Next question is about any surprising hookups this season. Now we're getting somewhere! Sackhoff says, "I already slept with everybody on the show." This gets big laughs from the crowd. The same reporter follows up by asking Edward James Olmos if Adama should get some action. "Get what?" is the confused reply. Aaron Douglas pipes in with, "Oh. I've seen things I can't unsee!" Then out of nowhere Edward James Olmos actually starts talking about how he's upset that the show is ending and that he respect the millions of people that tried to get the show on the air in the first place. "We're pretty well torn apart. It is devastating. There's no more fun in this anymore. The fun of this is doing it. When we are off-camera it gets darker and darker, and we're looking at each other going, 'don't talk about it.' We're not going to be able to repeat this. I wish that they could find a way to get us to do a movie with this cast. It would be interesting... I don't think they could afford it, because everyone up here is really pissed." At this point, I'm starting to wonder if Olmos is joking around, or if he's being straight. I mean, people are chuckling, but he is completely deadpan. Hard to tell since he's barely uttered another word through the entire almost hour this has been going on.
He continues "Basically I think we're done and that's the hardest thing. As far as my character is concerned about doing anything in this fourth season... All I can tell you is what I've said from the very beginning. I said it from the start. 'Don't watch this program.' It is not an easy ride. I've got to tell you, it is depression upon depression." He then says someone I can't make out about someone getting killed and then finding out by reading it in the script. Then he talks about how he kids with the writers about some people who are dying and don't know and what to tell them." At the end of the day it is the story. You get your paycheck, you did your thing. But it hurts. And this fourth season really hurts. There's not too many of us left, and if we're lucky, none of us will make it." Then Mary McDonnell chimes in, "And apparently you haven't gotten laid." Nice. Aaron Douglas puts on his best announcer voice and says, "Friday nights at 9. The show where everyone dies!"