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Season four attends Kara's return.She goes on a mission to find Earth and makes a disturbing discovery.The Cylons go to great lengths to bring the 'final five' Cylons out of hiding.Many interesting adventures at the fourth season
To be honest, I'm weary of Baltar and his endless visions/hallucinations, as I am of the fleet's wandering as the surviving colonists try, somewhat fitfully, to find their way back to a home planet none of them remembers.
And even though this particular episode may not have been able to clear the yawning chasm of our expectations, it was an appropriate conclusion to one of the most poignant, smart and relevant television shows of the last decade.
After anxious months of geeky Web speculation over how Battlestar's final season will conclude, the best thing about "He That Believeth in Me" was how it bypassed our feverish expectations and instead set up new central conflicts.