Date of publishing: 21st
Born on March 14th, Grace Park's family moved to Vancouver
while she was just a child. Once a model, Grace cut
her acting teeth on the CBC Network series Edgemont
in the role of Shannon Ng. She has appeared in movies
such as "Romeo Must Die" and "L.A.
Law: The Movie", and has guest-starred on numerous
television episodes for series like The Outer Limits,
Dark Angel, The Immortal, and Stargate-SG1. Among
her non-acting accomplishments, Grace Park has earned
a degree in Psychology from the University of British
Columbia. In 2003, Grace Park won the role of Sharon
Valerii in the new Battlestar Galactica mini-series.
In this 40 minutes long interview, Grace speaks about
her whole experience in the show and especially her
thoughts on season 3 and expectations for season 4.
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your overall impression about season 3?
Grace Park: I think
season 3 is quite a kaleidoscope of experiences. We
had the humans finally becoming free from their Cylon
occupation. And in one way you can actually see them
as being very, very stubborn because they weren’t
ready to make peace with the Cylons; they still insisted
that they were the enemy. But unfortunately when they
came back to Galactica we found that characters like
Tigh and Starbuck, because of what they had gone through,
it was too much for them and they didn’t know
how to express that so they ended up turning on the
fleet themselves. So we started seeing more humans
turning on humans and attacking one another and I
feel that it’s just an example of how war can
be destructive or, the bigger picture, how harsh situations
can be destructive and how we can become self-destructive.
But we also explored more of the Cylon world, which
was very unusual reading it one way on the script
and then seeing what they did in editing and having
the scenes softly keep overlapping each other. There
was a sense of… timelessness? I don’t
even know what the word is, but it didn’t really
seem to be grounded in right now. You couldn’t
really sense when this was happening, if it was happening
again or if it was in the future or in the past. So
I like how we explored a little bit of that but not
so much because they still left a lot of mystery,
which, I think people like that. There were certainly
a lot of new relationships being formed. It was a
very big yet not as messy of a year as season 2. Season
2 was very gritty and, though it was very dark, we
did go to some new areas. In a way, I felt pretty
hard to just put it in a nutshell. A lot of big topics.
Gilles Nuytens: So
far which season did you enjoy the most?
Grace Park: I think… I would say season two.
Even though season two was very challenging and stressful
and difficult, being so involved with the two characters
and eventually having Boomer come back at the end
of the season was really nice to see it all rap up.
There are of course episodes that I love more, maybe,
in season three or one, but I think as a whole I understand
season two a little clearer. Hopefully season four
will be my favorite.
Gilles Nuytens: What
are your expectations for season 4?
Grace Park: I’ve heard we’re going to
be exploring… you guys have probably already
read the article that Ron Moore did. I know we’re
going to start the year off with a bang: we’re
gonna actually go back to Pegasus, and we know now
that Pegasus is blown up so you think you know why
we are going to flashbacks but I think there’s
a big opportunity to tell a lot of stories, because
with Galactica since so many twists and turns in the
plots and it being very character driven, but having
these either cliff hanger endings or surprise endings
are so tempting and people have gotten used to that
in a way we’ve been missing a lot of character
growth and the interactions behind the scenes. And
I think this is a beautiful way to be able to go back
and flesh out a little bit more of the true nature
of some of the relationships, for instance between
Apollo and Starbuck and what really did happen on
Pegasus and their point of view. It’s going
to be really exciting to see. And for the rest of
season 4, I think we are going to, even though I don’t
want it, I have a feeling we are going to find Earth.
I don’t know if we are going to find it near
the beginning, in the middle, or the end but…Ron’s
speaking about it, many many times, and maybe we will
find Earth after all.
of the Pegasus movie, do you already know what is
your involvement in that movie?
Grace Park: I think my involvement
is very light, because I wasn’t on the Pegasus
very much. And I think if anything it will just be
interaction with Pegasus and Galactica, so there is
that part when Sharon has that interrogation, or attempted
rape scene. I’m not sure if they’re going
to just revisit that. I don’t know in what capacity
they’re going to be exploring my character,
but I think it will be more with Number Six.
Gilles Nuytens: In
the original show, Athena was the name of Adama’s
daughter. Now that Sharon has become quite close to
Adama, do you think the choice of Athena is done in
connection to that?
Grace Park: It’s funny because Adama like to
say that Hera is his baby, but now you’re saying
Athena was Adama’s daughter. He always like
to joke that it’s actually his child, but it’s
not! I think it’s really appropriate to have
Sharon’s call sign being Athena. I didn’t
understand really at first why it was that name, I
mean it’s kind of similar to Apollo in that
it’s a little more mythological with the connection,
but you can see at the beginning of the season three
that Adama and Athena are quite close, and he is quite
fatherly towards her, and that’s certainly taken
a long time to develop because he did mistrust her
for so long, but it’s almost very rewarding
for her to have that name if you understand the implications
from the original series. But yeah, like I mentioned,
Eddie [Edward James Olmos] does like the joke that
Hera is actually his baby. I don’t know if he’s
somehow convinced them [laugh], but that’s definitely
Gilles Nuytens: In
the last episodes of season 3, we can see Athena sharing
something special with President Roslin. What can
you tell us about this special relation knowing that
Athena must hate her for abducting her child?
Grace Park: Athena is absolutely horrified that she
is having this experience with Roslin because of the
knowledge of what Roslin did. It is very uncomfortable
between the two, and I think Athena is really trying
to focus on her new family, that her baby is back,
that it’s actually good news, it’s not
bad news. Of course it’s a time to celebrate,
but at the same time there is a deep seeded resentment
and of course some unforgiveness at this point towards
Roslin. I mean so many things have happened to Athena.
But I think one of the beautiful things about her
is that she has learned to forgive and actually she
is bigger and more powerful and freer actually because
of it. If she had held on to everything, I think she
would be much more of a wreck, a little bit more similar
to Boomer. And I think that’s one of the ways
that you can see that they are different. But that
experience that they shared was a surprise to both
of them. It was new to Athena. As a Cylon, they don’t
share experiences with other models, only within one
model. And so to share this with not just another
person but a human, that is quite strange. But I think
that it feels like the experience is either a warning
or it may be spiritual or a vision. So there’s
a lot of fear and uncertainty and confusion, but potentially
a lot of meaning or a message within that, so I think
that is what Athena is trying to focus on: the protection
of her baby, does this mean something, does she have
to look out for something. And that ultimately is
more important than her hatred for Laura Roslin. I
am not saying that they’re going to go out for
drinks anytime soon and they’re probably not
going to go for a manicure together, but this was
an unexpected way for them to be pushed into the same
situation together, look at each other face to face,
and really have an opportunity to, hopefully, express
what they were going through.
Nuytens: Do you
have any idea of the nature of that special link shared
also with Number Six?
Grace Park: It’s very unusual.
I actually don’t think it’s a projection
because as you learned Cylons when they project they
can make their environment look a way they would like
to instead of being in a plain ship or being in the
brig, and that is something they can choose to do,
but this is not something that Sharon really chose
to think about, and it’s very unusual because
it’s not just Sharon and other Number Eights
but also like we saw Number Six and Gaïus Baltar.
It was unclear to us exactly what’s going on,
even as actors, but I really do think that there is
some type of a message or a meaning within that. Sharing
a dream with somebody is very special and very odd
and strange, and I think we’re going to look
more into the meaning of that. I hope so, because
I want to know what’s going on.
Gilles Nuytens: Me
too. The show has become much more mysterious than
earlier with a lot of supernatural kind of stuff.
Do you like the way the show is going?
Grace Park: Yeah I like that. I do like it, because
they also don’t take it too seriously, for the
supernatural. They do some, and you can read into
it, but it’s not completely going in that direction
so that it may lose some people. I feel there’s
just enough of that, but there is still the main storyline
about Adama, or Roslin, and Battlestar Galactica,
and the pilots, and it’s really still being
character driven and it hasn’t turned into a
story only about myths and spirituality, because sometimes
then they can become a little too lofty and I think
we haven’t done that. One of the things I really
enjoy about the show is that it doesn’t--I’m
not sure what you do, but I know that when I read
it or watch it, I think it’s natural to try
to see how it fits into what we already know in society.
You know, “Oh, is that the Mormon thinking?”
“Oh, are they try to talk about Al-Qaida?”,
“The US in Iraq?” or is this supposed
to be Hinduism, Buddhism, God, Christianity, we don’t
really know. And I don’t think they’re
telling it in a way to purposely in a way to confuse
us but they’re not purposely following one kind.
It’s very smart writing I really enjoy it. I
can’t wait to see what’s going to happen
in the end. And I’m pretty sure it’s not
going to disappoint.
Gilles Nuytens: When
you learned about the four new Cylons, what did you
Grace Park: I couldn’t believe my eyes when
I read the script. When I saw who were Cylons, I never
even knew that they would be humans...Well I guess
they’re not; they’re Cylons! [Laugh] I
never knew that they would be people that we already
knew. I was aware that they were going to be in white
cloaks for the vision that Sharon, Laura, and Number
Six have together. We knew that there were going to
be in white cloaks, there was white light, but I guess
I always thought that they were going to be that way
and I had no idea that we were actually interacting
with them. They are people that we knew and loved
and actually a lot of them are Cylon haters. They
have plotted against Cylons, they killed Cylons, they
already do hate the fact that they might be Cylons.
But I don’t know maybe it’s just mind
control, maybe they’re not Cylons. Maybe this
is all to divert us from really who the Last Five
really are. I don’t know! [Laugh] It’s
a whole new world now. They’re everywhere. They’re
not the people at the very top, but they’re
the people that you don’t suspect and it’s
like everyone’s right hand man, or right hand
woman. It’s like all the vice-presidents, or
all the XOs, the chief of staff… You could see
that as very scary, if you think Cylons are scary,
or you could see this as a time to relook at what
you’ve been thinking and what you’ve been
saying and really to look at this new thing right
in the eyes and be truthful and honest with yourself.
You can’t just be prideful and thinking that
your side is better, because now everything is being
rewritten, and so you really have to question what
is proper or what are the good values or what is ethical
or moral. It’s like these are the decisions
that need to be made; you can’t just keep following
your side because it’s your side, and that’s
what a lot of people don’t do.
Tigh being a Cylon was very suprising…
Grace Park: Yeah, and it’s
weird because D’Anna once said when she saw
the Final Five, she says “I’m sorry”
or “I didn’t know”, and a few people
said oh is that because one of them was Colonel Tigh
and they took his eye out. Could be.
Gilles Nuytens: Any
idea about who is the Final One?
Grace Park: No I can’t think of anybody it could
be and it actually being a good ending. [Laugh] Whenever
I come to that type of situation I always think, “ok,
it’s nobody”. I hope they end the show
and we never find out. I don’t know who it is.
I can’t think of who it could be that…
because you know when it’s one of those types
of movies, as you go along you’ve already thought
it’s this person or that person, you’ve
already questioned every single person. I think one
of the reasons why the mini-serie’s cliff-hanger
worked so great because no one expected Sharon Boomer
to be a Cylon because she wasn’t a big character,
and wasn’t overtly trying to be very much one
of the crew, and that’s why it was such a shock.
Gilles Nuytens: What
do you think of the switch between Athena and Boomer?
I mean. in the first season Boomer was the human side
and Athena was the Cylon one. Now it’s the complete
opposite. What do you think of that? Do you like that
evolution of your characters?
Grace Park: I do like that and what I liked about
it is that it wasn’t obvious and it wasn’t
so quick. It was quite subtle. And actually, a funny
thing really, confusing because Sharon, who was down
on the planet, everyone called her Bad Sharon. Like
when we were shooting it, was easy to say Good Sharon
Bad Sharon. And then slowly, slowly she kept doing
all these things that were more good I suppose than
what Boomer was doing, and she was becoming much more
destructive and then she was finally murdered. And
so all of a sudden Bad Sharon became Good Sharon,
but then Good Sharo now did some bad things so they
go “ok Bad Sharon/Good Sharon who is now bad
again”. I’m so happy they gave her a new
name because there’s no way we could keep doing
that. But one of the reasons why I liked it is that
it wasn’t like Freaky Friday or just switching
places, it was an organic growth of a person, and
you saw that Athena switched places with Boomer in
a way. But I don’t know if she really did. I
mean she actually switched physical places but she
is in so much in a different place than Boomer was,
because Boomer didn’t know who she was, didn’t
have to go through… it’s almost like the
child before you go through the self-awareness, before
you go through all the puberty, eventually if you
can do all the work and you don’t stay jaded
you can become innocent again in your later years,
like free and wise, like you were when you were young.
But it’s different than if you have never gone
through that, and I feel that they both went through
a test, but Boomer actually ended up going a little
more darker. She was very stubborn and confused and
didn’t have a lot of the tools, but also I think
she didn’t want to accept a lot of the way but
meanwhile Athena had been shaped in a much more different
way and she has always horrific things happening to
her, yet she trusted, she let go, she had more like
a sense of faith, and plus they both believed in different
ideologies, or Gods or God. And she ended up forgiving
a lot and that created her to be who she is today,
so even if Boomer were to come back on Galactica,
we all know that she would have a very different role
than Athena would. None of the humans would trust
her, and that’s not just because she shot Adama.
Nuytens: Yeah she
kind of turned to the dark side of the Force. Now
we’ll have to wait for ten months before watching
the next season. Don't you think that it’s way
too long between two seasons?
Grace Park: Yeah that’s a very
long time. Unfortunately, that is how long we’re
gonna wait because what happened is when we aired
in the fall this year, or last year, because we were
up against some other things seasonally, like baseball
and a lot of shows coming in, new shows, it was more
difficult for our voice to be heard, and I think it’s
more, I guess they found it a better decision to play
in January and I think that’s a great idea you
know the more people we can have watching the better.
Because I really believe in our show, and what we
have to say, and knowing that this most likely will
be our last season, we want to just knock it out of
the park. Why not have as many viewers as we can?
Gilles Nuytens: Yes
it’s a very long time…
Grace Park: I think that’s
why they’re having that two hour special in
the fall. Just to tease you long enough. And I think
it’s actually gonna be really good. So….People
won’t forget that Battlestar is on, is out there,
to keep us on the radar.
Gilles Nuytens: We
now know that Chief Tyrol is a Cylon. What do you
think would have happened if Boomer and the Chief
were still together? I mean two Cylons together, it’s
Grace Park: I know they would be fighting a lot.
Their relationship always seemed to be rather tumultuous.
I don’t know… I certainly know that they
wouldn’t have a baby because we know that two
Cylons can’t have children together. They can
clone, but they can’t actually have children
and that’s why they had this really bizarre
and inhumane idea of trying to impregnate humans when
they were down on Caprica…and they had the so-called
the farm which was pretty alarming. Somehow not as
far-fetched as we might think, in some ways. I’m
not saying aliens, but just what people will do to
each other, it’s pretty horrifying what’s
been happening in the world, in different countries
and different decades. But I don’t really know
what would have happened with those two.
Gilles Nuytens: We
have seen Cylons sleeping with humans but never between
themselves. Do you know if there is a reason?
Grace Park: That’s a good question. The truth
is that Cylons do sleep with each other, they do engage
in sex and physical acts. They actually consider it
even much more casual than we do in America today,
which is already pretty casual. But the thing is we
don’t actually show it on TV a lot. I’m
not sure why. I would actually like to see some Cylon
on Cylon action, but two men Cylons, because we always
have the women Cylon being naked but we never see
the guys. You know that T'ai Chi scene that Sharon
does we thought it would be actually really good if
Doral did it. That would have been much more weird,
coming in and Doral’s doing naked T'ai Chi.
Nuytens: Are you
going to working on any projects until you get back
Grace Park: Well we are coming back
actually very soon, so there are still some projects
that I am looking at. I had to do a play in Vancouver
called The Boys Next Door and a film that I did last
time called West 32nd . It’s coming on the Tribeca
Film Festival in two weeks, I think. So I’m
gonna head over there for that. I really enjoyed that.
It was a great film, with John Cho, and actors from
Korea. But to work on another project, I think right
now I’m going to focus on Battlestar again,
because we are coming back. There’s always other
projects, though, that are coming in and they look
very interesting. So right now I haven’t decided
to pick them up just yet, but I’ve been reading
lots of good scripts.
Gilles Nuytens: Do
you have any career goals for writing, producing or
directing for television or motion pictures?
Grace Park: I don’t have any
career goal for that, but I do have a goal to try
it because I would like to experience that and I would
like to try that just to see what it would do for
me. It would most likely stretch me in and I’d
grow and have fun. It could be horrible and it wouldn’t
matter because I’m not trying to make a career
out of it. Who knows because I wasn’t interested
in acting when I was young and I wasn’t interested
in doing a play and I just did that in January, so
I don’t know. I know Jamie Bamber is thinking
of that. We have some of the actors now that are shadowing
our directors because we have really phenomenal directors
on our show coming in, and a very good relationship
with them. I think I would start doing that I would
be shadowing them and exploring their process, but
I’m not looking into jump into that scen any
time soon. It’s a big shift and it’s a
whole new career to work on. But I’m very curious.
I am very interested, I love seeing the process work.
I don’t think I’ll be acting forever,
so, if anything, I’d like to see what’s
Gilles Nuytens: You
mentioned that acting was not your first choice. What
would you have done if you weren’t acting?
Grace Park: When I was young, for some bizarre reason
I thought being a research scientist was really fun.
Then later I think I thought of maybe being chef,
especially being chef, in a restaurant or in another
country, but I think if you could combine traveling
and food together and you could have a show hosting
or writing cook books while taking photos and assembling
a cookbook, that would be so phenomenal, it would
be so much fun. And then sometimes I just fantize
about having a bed and breakfast on some island, who
knows where. It could be Vancouver Island, it could
be in the Tropics. But right now I’m acting,
nothing like any of the other things.
Nuytens: You seem
quite busy. What is the hardest part of your job?
Grace Park: I think staying sane.
A lot of times, there is some much attention to what…
I think this is the biggest industry in the United
States: entertainment, right now. I’m not sure
if it’s the biggest money-making or what not,
but somehow it’s topping some type of economic
study in the United States. I just find there’s
a lot of strange forces at play in our culture, including
capitalism and the myth of perfection and the history
of how America came to be, and leaving Britain, and
so there’s a sense of rebelliousness. To me,
I kind of link that as being more useful or child-like
rather than maturing and parent-like. There is that
glee in that, you know, Americans love to constantly
think of themselves as kids or young or youth. And
I think all these things really mixed together have
fueled this industry to be quite like a pressure pot.
There’s a lot of pressure on people, especially
young women in the industry. If it’s not the
pressure to stay thin, it’s the pressure to
look like you’re not trying, or the pressure
to look young, or to be talented, or to have style,
or just have a good career. There seems to be so many
strange things to be able to concentrate on, but really
none of these things are important. So I think one
of the most difficult parts of being [an actress]
is I guess figuring out what is important. I guess
clearing my vision up somewhat, because I think I
concentrate on a lot of those other things. Because
as we grow up, we listen to what our friends say and
what the media says, and it’s not really taht
smart. it’s better to go and listen to what
long-term cultural traditions or what our parents
said. So much more wisdom in that. And go back to
proper faith, because it will keep you more grounded.
Ultimately, when you die, those other things really
don’t matter. But when you’re young you
don’t care, you’re like, who cares, I’m
not thinking about death, I just want to have fun,
I want to go to a party, I want to look hot. It’s
just got to be a fever pitch for me. Really staying
sane is one of the toughest parts. And try not to
compare yourself to the best actors, because everyone
wants to do that. No matter what, you always fail.
Gilles Nuytens: With
acting and modeling, what are the points you enjoy
the most in these two crafts?
Grace Park: Oh…I love how modeling
is so visually creative and there’s a limitation
to what you can do in modeling because it’s
usually print, and somehow I find that when you have
a limitation, I find myself to be able to be more
creative and free within that. It’s kind of
like when you’re at school and you have to write
an essay and it’s “Write about anything”
it’s almost make it too vast. I can be and indecisive
person, but to be able to have some boundaries makes
it easier. And plus I’m very much a romantic
and to be able to tell these stories visually with
a sense of “chickiness” or romance or
edginess there are some many stories that can be told
just with a simple photo. And I really do love that
about modeling, and it’s simpler. Not everyone
can be a model, but if you are within that group,
it can definitely be a lot of fun. Whereas with acting,
it’s so much more rewarding in a way, because
you put so much more into it, you put a lot of heart
into it. Not that you don’t put heart into modeling,
but I think acting requires a lot more of that and
a lot more of self-discovery and awareness; I think
it’s kind of a pre-requisite. Even if you have
a lot of talent as an actor, there’s many more
steps to take before you actually start working.
Nuytens: You play
with Tricia Helfer in the video-game Command and Conquer
3 but were filming at the same time. Did you speak
about it sometimes?
Grace Park: We actually knew we were
both doing the same video game and I came really late
into the picture, so I just asked her some things
about it. But then I found out we were on opposite
sides. I was in GDI and she was in Nod, and they are
like two warring sides. So it’s like the Cylons
and the humans because they are at war. So I never
got to work with her, I didn’t see her, but
we did some press together. So it was funny, but also
really normal because since we do Battlestar together
it’s felt very comfortable but we were doing
a whole different project. So the strange thing there
is so much ease even though it was totally different.
Yeah, a lot of people ask us about that.
Gilles Nuytens: And
how was the whole experience of working on this game?
Grace Park: It was good! I found
it was much simpler than I was fearing it was going
to be, I didn’t know what to expect but they
ended up doing it very similar just to regular acting.
But we had to look into the camera because the player
is gonna watch it and we‘re talking to the player.
So that was quite different. And the set was much,
much smaller. I think I wore heells, and nobody in
Battlestar Galactica wears heels except maybe the
President, but she’s not an officer. It was
nice, and plus it’s different: it’s video-game,
it’s not real life, it’s not as gritty
as… we’re not trying to portray realism
as much as Battlestar Galactica, so there is a sense
of humor. I kind of made my character a little more
softy, so it was fun.
Gilles Nuytens: In
Galactica, which characters would you like to see
your character interact with more?
Grace Park: I feel there’s
unfinished business between Sharon and Tigh and Sharon
and the Chief. Even though it’s not the same
person, it’s the same model, and I think there’s
a connection there. I would really like to see them
interacting a little bit more. But now that I know
that they are the Final Five, I really want them to
interact. I want to know what’s going to happen.
I want to know what the Final Five is. Like what they
are so supposed to do, what their purpose is. I want
to know more about that. I’m so curious.
Nuytens: How was
it to act with a baby? Is that something you enjoyed
Grace Park: I love Lilly. She’s
so cute, she’s really an adorable child, really
fun to play with. But she does not get happy when
she comes on the set. In her trailer she is laughing,
eating, having fun, but as soon as she steps in the
studio, it’s very dark, she starts crying and
it’s so heartbreaking. Me and Tahmoh are up
in arms when we are trying to do the scenes with her
because she always gets so upset and we don’t
know how to make her feel better. But it’s actually
perfect because she’s always supposed to be
upset in the thing anyway but I really do feel that
we are traumatizing her, and pretty soon we’re
going to start a petition to have her off the show
or have another actress. Not that we don’t love
her, she’s perfect, except that we want her
to have a good experience. And maybe when she grows
up she’ll look back and say “Oh, yeah
that was me” or she might look back and hate
us [laugh]. But yeah, it’s very chllenging and
sometimes when we can’t get it to work we’re
like, “ok, we just have to pretend that she
is sleeping in this scene. We’ve got to get
the scene done”. We’ve actually had scene
times when we would just wait for about thirty minutes
to try to get her to calm down. It’s not easy,
and now that’s she’s learned to talk it’s
going to be even more challenging, so we’ll
see what happens.
Gilles Nuytens: One
last question: how was the experience of answering
fan questions of the SciFi World forums?
Grace Park: Oh, it was good! I think I tried to answer
them all, and then some nice people would respond
and there would be more and more questions so I guess
I kept trying to finish it, and it was a little alarming
for me. I was like “Ok, I‘ll step away
for a little while and then come back”. And
I guess it’s a little overwhelming sometimes
because doing lots of press, and people have similar
questions and interests and curiosity about the show,
so just retelling the same thing over and over is
a little frustrating because I kind of wish that everyone
could get information at once but they can’t,
you know. So I feel sometimes I’m answering
the same question for I don’t know how many
people maybe five people, but maybe there’s
5 000 or 50,000 looking at it but there’s only
a small collection that are writing. I’m grateful,
though, that people are interested and they say Happy
Birthday, or they post their questions or their points
of view, very interesting stuff. And then we learn
things on the website that we haven’t thought
of. So thank you for that!
Gilles Nuytens: Any
chance for a come back on the forum ?
Grace Park: Yeah, of course. I would like to come
back on the forum.
Gilles Nuytens: Can
you say a few words to the people of The SciFi World?
Grace Park: Hi, this is Grace Park
from Battlestar Galactica. Thank you all the fans
on SciFi World. It’s really exciting to see
you being interactive on the website and it’s
so much fun being a part of th show and I hope that
you’re having as much fun being a part of it
by interacting on the forums as much as we are because
we get to talk about it with each other and I guess
in a way that’s how you guys are doing as well.
So thank you, keep the comments coming, we are watching
and dropping in once in a while, so…on to season
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