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Hello. I'm Ronald D. Moore, executive producer and developer of the new Battlestar Galactica and I'd like to welcome you to the podcast of episode five of season two, "The Farm". This was one of the episodes, as I mentioned last week, that was initially pitched in the initial round of stories that we would be doing as part of the larger arc carrying over from season one. This was going to be the first time that the "A" story, which is the primary story of any episode, would be set on Caprica. And that they would be following Kara Thrace with the band of human resistance fighters that were set up in episode four. And the initial pitch and the initial story outline was that Kara would be on a mission with some of these resistance fighters as they were hunting and trying to find an airbase that they could attack and potentially get a Heavy Raider to escape with. And that she would be ambushed and all the other people, all the other humans, would be killed and Kara would wake up in a Cylon facility. And we would introduce a new Cylon at that point. And that they would be doing fertility and experimental procedures on Kara. And she would be held in some sort of Mengele-like setting and it was like a farm. A reproductive farm where they were holding other female prisoners there, human female prisoners there, as well. And that then Kara would break out and fight back and free the other humans, etc. That is still essentially the story of this episode. It hasn't changed radically, as far as the "A" story goes, except for a key conceptual change was that instead of playing that Kara knows from the beginning that she's being held in a Cylon facility, she would be less sure. It wouldn't be clear. We would play the ambiguity of her situation with the audience from the get-go, throughout the episode.
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