Sexy one-legged navigator Felix Gaeta is the final Cylon! At least that's what actor Alessandro Juliani says in a new interview. Okay, then he says he's joking. And he even claims he doesn't know who the final Cylon is, and they're filming the 18th episode of the season now. But maybe he was telling the truth the first time?

In any case, Gaeta is still alive as of episode 18, but there's no guarantee he'll live through the last four episodes.

But here's a guarantee: we'll see some resolution of the rocky Gaeta-Baltar relationship, and some explanation of what was going on between those two. They share a super intense scene together, and some of the unresolved stuff from Baltar's trial gets worked out. [IGN]

Meanwhile, Adama actor Edward James Olmos makes more of his dire predictions, saying he knows how the show ends, and it leaves the characters "with almost nothing." And Tyrol actor Aaron Douglas says all the guesses and rumors about the final Cylon on various internet forums "don't even come close." [Cinemablend]

E!Online has read a copy of the pilot script (or a draft, anyway) for Caprica, the Battlestar prequel that takes place 51 years earlier. Mostly the review reveals stuff we already knew: Daniel Graystone's daughter Zoe copies her consciousness into a computer, then dies in a suicide bombing that also kills Joseph Adama's wife and daughter. Graystone creates a robot body for Zoe, which becomes the heart of the first Cylon.

Here are a few new bits: Joseph Adama (who goes by Adams) has a shifty gangster brother named Sam. And, as we've heard before, Joseph is also in bed with mobsters. Daniel Graystone is sort of a Gaius Baltar figure, and his wife Amanda is self-destructive. The storyline includes "black-ops government agencies" and teen sex.

And a government agent named Duram investigates the suicide bombing (by a monotheist terrorist, Zoe's boyfriend) and says the following:

It doesn't concern you that there's a proven link between worship of a single god and an absolutist view of the universe? A belief that right and wrong are determined solely by a single all-knowing, all-powerful being whose judgment cannot be questioned? A god in whose name the most horrendous crimes can be sanctioned without appeal?

[E! Online]