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Parents Guide - IMDb
Battlestar Galactica: The Plan tells story that couldn't have been portrayed in the first few seasons. For one thing, it stars Dean Stockwell, who only joined the series midway through the second season. It turns out his character, Cavil, had a major role to play in the Cylons' plan. So, in the two hour feature, Stockwell performs scenes set before and during the first two seasons of the show. Spoilers ahead!
Sexuality in the Twelve Colonies (RDM)
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Sexuality in the Re-imagined Series and its prequel, Caprica , mirrors sexuality in the real world, in terms of the presence of hetero-, homo- and bi-sexual relationships. According to comments from Michael Taylor , the Colonials do not make an emphasis "of the distinction between hetero- and homosexual preferences. No gender-based restrictions on occupation, either military or civilian, have been seen to exist in the Twelve Colonies, and Ronald Moore has indicated that there are none. However, males and females adhere to different standards in terms of clothing, makeup, ornamentation and hairstyling. One example has been seen of a transvestite, a man called Cerberus who wears "female" garb, jewelry and makeup; he is referred to as a "freak" by Joseph Adama CAP : " Ghosts in the Machine ".