Jamie Bamber, how excited are you to get back on set and finish what you started with the original Battlestar Galactica miniseries?
Bamber: I have only read one of the final nine scripts, so I'm just aching to find out what happens in this story. It's like this big book you've been reading for five years and finally we get to the end in the last few pages. So, yeah, it's very exciting.
What can you tell us about the direction of season four?
Bamber: Based on what we've already shot, you're going to see these new Cylons who've discovered they're Cylons trying to figure out what the hell they're doing and why they are where they are and what's going on. That's kind of a microcosm for what everyone is doing, basically trying to figure what they hell they're doing alive, breathing, wandering through space. It's pretty riveting space. There's no fluff. There's no stand-alone episodes. It's one big, tight arc. No fat, all muscle. All sinew and great storytelling.
And when it comes to Lee Adama, what do you want to know before they fade to black?
Bamber: I don't really have an opinion on that. I'm sort of enjoying living in the moment. There's no wish list. There's no box I want checked.
Be honest, do you want him to live or die at the end?
Bamber: I don't ... die, how about that? I want everyone dead.
Last question, and it's the one everyone wants the answer to: Who do you think is the final Cylon?
Bamber: I think that the audience is the last Cylon. We're all Cylons.