1)Â Â Â I turn on the Tivo and select the latest episode.Â I have saved the Friday night broadcast viewing for Saturday afternoonâ€¦when I have time to savor it.
2)Â Â Â I log on to the Facebook group toÂ to check out the chatter.Â What a bunch of frackin’ geeks.
3)Â Â Â I watch more of the show.
4)Â Â Â I pause the show to hit the main fan site,Â and watch a webisode that I missed, that feeds nicely into the episode Iâ€™m watching.Â I do a search on Battlestar webisodes and find them all over. Including veoh.com where some brits complain that they canâ€™t find the webisodes anywhere else due to rights issues and “thank god” for video sharing sites.Â I want to tell them that the BBC player needs to be available in the US so I can watch the last few Dr. Who episodesâ€¦but why get into a battle.Â (I will do a Dr. Who search later tonight to see if I can grab anything.Â I yearn for new Dr. Who episodes and donâ€™t understand why David Tenant canâ€™t sacrifice his career goals to continue playing the role forever. He is obviously selfish.Â But heâ€™s the doctor and so groovy).
5)Â Â Â I get a snack
6)Â Â Â I watch more of the show and pauseâ€¦sometimesÂ the lighting is so dark it reminds me of the W hotels, when I bang into everything in the lobby.Â I somehow connect Starwood points to Battlestar episodes and wish for a little more brightness in space.Â Â Star Trek was well lit. What the frack!
7)Â Â Â I hit a Battlestar wiki to see what they have to say about this episode,Â and wonder how people have so much time to post.
8)Â Â Â I watch more of the showâ€¦and the clips for next weekâ€¦Damn, Tivo cut off the last second.Â Why does it do that!
9)Â Â Â I log on back on to see what else they have for next week.Â There are only three episodes left.Â What a void that will leave in my life.
10)Â Â Â I am interrupted and mocked by my fiancÃ©,Â I tell him to “frack off”