Friday's episode of Caprica, "End of the Line," was the mid-season finale for the series, which won't return until fall. There were some major deaths, some inexplicable reversals, and one tragedy you won't regret at all.
Friday's Caprica episode, "Ghost In The Machine," focused entirely on the twisted things that men will do for their cyber-daughters - and to them. It was probably the most disturbing episode yet. And those surreal videogame sequences were completely insane.
Last night's episode of Caprica, "Know Thy Enemy," introduced us to two new characters, both of whom are pretty damn creepy. But neither could out-creep Zoe the cylon, whose character took a bizarre left turn that could mean almost anything.
Friday night's episode of Caprica, "There Is Another Sky," moved the already-intriguing show to the status of must-watch. It was simply one of the best SF representations of futuristic videogames and internet culture that I've ever seen.
Friday's episode of Caprica, "Gravedancing," began with secret monotheist terrorist Clarice waking up with her wife and two husbands all snuggled in bed. And this SF soap has more than just polyamory in common with HBO's Big Love.
On Friday's episode of Caprica, called "Reins of a Waterfall," we went deeper into the conspiracies that form the deep structure of the show. Plus we got an even darker look at interplanetary family dysfunction.
Friday night's first episode of Caprica, "Rebirth," was fast-paced and thoughtful - a combination that's difficult to pull off. The best part was glimpsing the psychology of a freshly-born cylon, followed closely by watching gangster Sam Adama in action.