Michael Hogan -- how did this man never appear on US television before Battlestar Galactica? -- is "'not happy about being a Cylon at all'" and Aaron Douglas -- Chief! -- isn't either. "'I had felt it was really marginalizing him,' Douglas said about his character. 'It was taking away all the human stuff.'" But in reconciling himself to the new plot twist, does Douglas inadvertantly reveal something: "'now I don't mind going down in history as one of the Cylon gods.'" A god? Did we know that?