Q: Do you have a specific destination for the show and if so can you just tell us what it is?
Moore: I do actually know how I want the series to end, but I didn't know at the beginning. At the beginning, I wasn't sure where it was going to end. It was sort of as we started into the second year that the show had matured to a certain point and I sort of understood what all of the themes were about and now I do have an end point of where it should end.
Right now the challenge is about judging that correctly. Know when to leave the stage. Hopefully you bring it to a close perfectly…It's just about if you can line up all of those pieces at the exact moment. I have an idea of where it's going to go and I've started the season with fear that I didn't have enough stories to get to the end. Like, oh my God maybe we should just end it this year because I don't how I'm going to fill another 20 of these and then you're always filled up and the end of the season there's always more stories than we ever got around to doing.
So right now my gut says we've got a couple more years to do it. I could see two more seasons. Next year you can ask me the same question and maybe I'll say two more seasons. So yeah, I don't know.
Apollo from the original series steps up as President and orders a secret court to try people without hearings. Wow this does reflect current events. Well this wipes out Jammer...out the airlock and almost costs Gaeta his life. Roslyn is back as CiC and all is right with the universe.
Previews for next week have Baltar asking if he is a Cylon.