Nine months earlier Number Six died in Dr. Baltar's apartment and is downloaded into a new body on Caprica. Several Cylons await and try to comfort her. She also notices Dr. Baltar, but it seems she is the only one who can see him. Ten weeks later Boomer is killed by Cally and awakes on Caprica. When she realizes what happened, it freaks her out. In the present she still has trouble adjusting to her new life and keeps longing for Galactica. Number Six is asked to help out. Meanwhile Anders' resistance group seems to be still active. They are planning to bomb a café. On Galactica Boomer and Helo's baby is born. President Roslin and Adama decide the baby poses a threat to the fleet. Dr. Baltar tries to stop them from doing anything bad with the baby, but Roslin has to make a decision. Written by
Arnoud Tiele (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Did You Know?
"Downloaded" features the Cylon point of view of the show and shows an established society in the planet of Caprica. However, the staff didn't want to reveal yet the identity of the remaining Cylon models, so they decided to focus just in three characters: D'anna Biers (Lucy Lawless
), Sharon Valerii (Grace Park
) and Caprica Six (Tricia Helfer
). The presence of Aarol Doral (Matthew Bennett
) is very limited, and despite seeing what we can guess are some copies of Simon, the actor who usually plays him, Rick Worthy
didn't actually appear in the episode and they used a double actor instead. See more
Caprica Six killing D'anna with a rock is considered the first act of violence, yet in season 1, a model 8 is shown killing a six (in saving Helo). Not only that, but a model 8 (Boomer) also blows up a base star in the season 1 cliff-hanger, right before shooting Commander Adama. However, both of these acts were in support of plans to trick the humans and were thus approved by 'Cylon Command.' The killing of D'anna by Caprica Six was not approved and was therefore the first unapproved killing of one Cylon by another Cylon. See more
Doctor Gaius Baltar
What are you suggesting?
President Laura Roslin
I'm not suggesting anything Doctor. If I want to throw a baby out an airlock I'll do it.
References Blade Runner
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