Battlestar Galactica writer Jane Espenson writes in her blog about writing on BSG:
You know one of the amazing things about Battlestar Galactica? There is no one character who always manages to do the right thing. There are characters who try, but they don't always succeed. And the right path isn't always obvious, and outcomes are unpredictable. Even the bad guy is really only disastrously selfish, not evil. Even the robots are human. This gives the writers lots of opportunities to write the very best kind of fights. The kind where both sides are right.
Michael Hinman in SyFy Portal says people need to chill out about revelations about Admiral Cain in the BSG telefilm "Razor." (Some minor spoilers.)
And Battlestar Galactica fan Wil Wheaton delivered a great and moving speech to induct Gene Roddenberry into the Science Fiction Hall of Fame in Seattle, Washington.