When I was writing the miniseries, there was a scene in the miniseries between one of the Cylons that we call number six and a character called Baltar. And he was talking with her about something insane and, as I was writing it, I just had her say "God is love." And I, I literally stopped because it was an interesting thing for a robot to say. And I didn't know what it meant, and I didn't really have an understanding of what larger place this could go, but I really liked it, because it wasn't something that I was used to seeing in science fiction when you're dealing with androids and robots. So I kept it. But it was just a small reference in the show. I turned in the first draft to the studio and the network and I got back a note from a network executive at the time named Michael Jackson - no relation - who fixed on that line. He said, "Well, that's a really interesting thing for a robot to say," and said that, you know, there were a lot of parallels and allegories in the script already to the war against terrorism and Al Quaeda and the 9/11 event and said, what if you took that further and made the cylons, gave them more of a religious fanaticism, gave them a fundamentalism as driving their reason to wipe out humanity. And I grabbed that, because you're not used to getting that kind of note from a network executive and said, sure, I can do that. And so, from that point on, the show took a fundamental turn where that became part of our myth.