Colonel Tigh is losing control. Martial law and the jailing of president Roslin aren't going down too well in the fleet. The tylium refinery vessel and other ships don't deliver to Galactica anymore. Galactica's crew has problems with him also. Tigh accuses Tyrol of being a Cylon, much to the dismay of Cally, and his decision to keep Lee Adama in the brig while off duty isn't popular either. Lee plots a mutiny to help Roslin escape. Tighs wife convinces him to take drastic measures when the ships refuse to resume delivery. Things go horribly wrong. Back on Caprica Helo and Starbuck are being shot at by a group of humans. Both think they are dealing with the human variety of Cylons. Written by
Arnoud Tiele (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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The weapon carried by Sue-Shaun when first meeting "Starbuck" and "Helo" is a British Army L85 Rifle 5.56mm (commonly known as the SA-80). Not a weapon generally used in film and TV making but futuristic looking enough for the show. See more
President Laura Roslin
Doctor, I need your help. But it's illegal, dangerous and in violation of your oath as an officer.
You're a lousy salesman.
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