Difference between revisions of "Guerilla Booze-Catcher"

From Battlestar Wiki, the free, open content Battlestar Galactica encyclopedia and episode guide
m (small fix)
m (Added link to essay discussing symbolism of shaving and beards in BSG.)
 
(4 intermediate revisions by 3 users not shown)
Line 4: Line 4:


"Booze-catcher" is a colloquial term for a [[wikipedia:beard|beard]], particularly apt when applied to Tigh, who has spent an inordinate amount of time at the bottom of various bottles. Another common variant is "soup-catcher".
"Booze-catcher" is a colloquial term for a [[wikipedia:beard|beard]], particularly apt when applied to Tigh, who has spent an inordinate amount of time at the bottom of various bottles. Another common variant is "soup-catcher".
Throughout history, men leading insurrections have often worn beards. Though sometimes the wearing of a beard is religiously prescribed by particular factions, it is also a way of distinguishing oneself from the (often clean-shaven) soldiers of the opposing military. They're also sexy, and look good in monochrome reproductions of leaders' portraits.


==See also==
==See also==
Line 11: Line 13:
* [[Galen Tyrol|Tyrol's]] [[Beard of Organized Labor]]
* [[Galen Tyrol|Tyrol's]] [[Beard of Organized Labor]]


* [http://grownasspeople.blogspot.com/2009/01/semiotics-of-shaving-beards-in.html Semiotics of Shaving: Beards in Battlestar Galactica] An essay discussing the symbolism of facial hair in BSG
{{Stub}}
{{Stub}}



Latest revision as of 21:25, 2 February 2009

BSG WIKI Silly.png This page is silly.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.


Guerilla Booze-Catcher refers to the beard worn by Saul Tigh during his leadership of the Resistance on New Caprica.

"Booze-catcher" is a colloquial term for a beard, particularly apt when applied to Tigh, who has spent an inordinate amount of time at the bottom of various bottles. Another common variant is "soup-catcher".

Throughout history, men leading insurrections have often worn beards. Though sometimes the wearing of a beard is religiously prescribed by particular factions, it is also a way of distinguishing oneself from the (often clean-shaven) soldiers of the opposing military. They're also sexy, and look good in monochrome reproductions of leaders' portraits.

See also