It remains the best show currently on television.
That being said, they've got a lot of 'splaining to do, especially with Tigh. Something about this just doesn't feel right to me. I have no evidence for my feeling on this at this time ... it's just a feeling. I know about denial and disbelief being the first stage and all that, and I know the Final Five are crucially different from the known Cylons in ways that haven't been explained yet, but ... well, we'll see. I suppose it's at least potentially a way for Michael Hogan not to have to wear the eyepatch any more. I didn't much care for the whole "All Along the Watchtower" bit - I didn't object to the use of the song per se, but it felt forced to me. I don't think it flowed well.
I loved seeing Badger (Mark Sheppard) as Gaius' lawyer. There was a scene just shortly after he appeared on screen with gloved hands ... hands of blue. I had to wonder if that was a shout-out. I think Jane Espenson's "Dirty Hands" episode was one of my favorites this season.
I'm a Kara/Sam shipper, dammit. I don't like her with Lee. I did appreciate her willingness to take herself out of the cockpit: it was consistent with her learning from past history re: Lee's brother. Speaking of Kara, Leoben is the creepiest Cylon of all, in my opinion. (I'm not talking about her dream representation of him, where she was just using him as a prop of internal dialogue and revelation.)
The whole Jesus look that Baltar's been sporting worked for me in terms of kind of bringing the character's self-image outside. As covered in the interrogation when he hallucinated that he was in the water, he definitely views himself as a sacrificial lamb. Edit: TWOP makes a nice point that I read after writing this - that the scene with the women covering him with a blanket is "jarringly New Testament." I also liked the author's point about Gaeta's perjury bothering Baltar so much because it was one place where he actually did try to make a stand, and he didn't want that denied.
I did love the "Get your fat, lazy ass out of that rack, Roslin!" bit.
There's so much more, so much depth and symbolism, but it's way too late at night to touch on any of that.
Still not afraid to take risks, these writers. 2008 is awfully far away. Anybody know why they're not starting it back in the fall?