"Here, in my final post on the ending, I present the case that its final hour was the worst ending in the history of science fiction on the screen. This is a condemnation of course, but also praise, because my message is not simply that the ending was poor, but that the show rose so high that it was able to fall so very far."
-Brad Templeton's dissection of the modern version of Battlestar Galatica and where it went wrong
"The contemporary setting and concerns of "The Steam Arm
" are a very great distance from the Gothic setting and tropes of much 1830s horror fiction, and its science fictional content makes it possibly unique."