It’s not just toughness, but whatever the word is for this, it would be in the same general linguistic web as “toughness.” And I think it’s a toughness that is uniquely appealing to women, and attractive to women, and it’s got nothing to do with gender presentation, femininity or masculinity, although it shows up almost universally amongst “hard femmes.” This whole theory is essentialist, sure, but damn this quality makes a really fucking sexy lesbian. As a feminist, I appreciate that she meets men eye-to-eye and I like how she does heterosexuality, but as a queer I just want her to dyke out. Remember when the Sharons didn’t all know about each other yet?
Regardless, I wasn’t that into Starbuck after the first season, because… When she was still brand new and didn’t know her spine was on fire. The Sixes seemed intellectually torn between humans and cylons, whereas the Eights seemed more emotionally torn, and therefore less consistent or predictable.
For years, all Olmos wanted was to be "the biggest thing on the West Coast," and his initial plan to do that was to be the lead singer in the band .
He was one of the many actors, including Simon Pegg, James Mc Avoy, and Michael Fassbender, who appeared in the WWII series prior to achieving fame.
While Bamber appeared in a few guest-starring roles on other TV shows during his stint on , the first British spinoff of the iconic crime drama.
Due to casting changes, Bamber left the police procedural after two years for a job in Chelsea General Hospital, playing attending neurosurgeon Dr.
Her role as Number Six in the re-imagined series has become a defining part of her career. Sharon Valerii, played a central role in the story, eventually discovering that she was actually one of the humanoid Cylon models.When it comes to the Star Wars movies, it's hard to imagine anyone else in the iconic roles of heroes like Han Solo, Luke Skywalker, and Princess Leia.Even the Star Wars prequels most aggressive critics will admit that Ewan Mc Gregor shined as Obi-Wan Kenobi, the character fans of the galaxy far, far away first encountered as embodied by the late Sir Alec Guinness. During that first watch I abided by my self-imposed media blackout (refusing to read anything about the show until I was done watching it). The sci-fi franchise y’all have been begging me to watch for years, and which I attempted to watch a few times before finally investing in it, at which point I became pretty hooked and watched it constantly for months, until I’d completed all four seasons.