The fleet is running out of tylium fuel and will soon not have enough to keep running from the Cylons, when they find an asteroid with several years worth of tylium ore...unfortunately, the Cylons have already built a mining base on it.
After 36 days of running from the Cylons, there's a fuel problem. Tylium reserves are down to five percent, only enough for two more jumps. Then Crashdown and Boomer find a huge deposit on an asteroid. There's just one big problem. Cylons have a refinery on the asteroid and the place is crawling with raiders. Adama orders an attack. Meanwhile president Roslin is getting more hallucinations due to the chamalla. She seeks advice from priest Elosha. She recognizes Roslin's story of snakes at a press conference. It reminds her of the prophecy of oracle Pythia in the Holy Scrolls. Back on Caprica Helo is getting more and more the feeling there's something going on, especially since he sees a group of centurions approaching their hiding place, lead by someone who he saw die. Written by
Arnoud Tiele (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The story for episode #1.10, "The Hand of God", is a loose remake of the basic plot of an episode from the Original Series, which was also named "The Hand of God". See more »
When Apollo returns to the Galactica and is talking to Starbuck after he destroys the Cylon mining facility, there is a shot where Starbuck is putting a bottle of wine up to her lips. In the next shot, the bottle is not anywhere near her mouth. See more »
When the Tylium reserve of the fleet is running out and enough for two more jumps only, Boomer and Crashdown find a deposit enough for a couple of years in an asteroid. However, the Cylons are exploring and processing the fuel in a well protected refinery with a base with many raiders. Commander Adama decides to attack the base and asks the unconventional Starbuck to analyze their strategy with eyes wide open and based on Dr. Baltar's guess. President Roslin, who is delusional and suffering hallucinations with the treatment with chamalla, agrees with the plan. Meanwhile in Caprica, when Helo sees Number Six alive after dying on his hands, he questions Boomer what might have happened.
"The Hand of God" recalls the original series, with many strategies and airborne battles. The runaway of Helo and Boomer has reached an interesting point with Helo questioning how Number Six could be chasing them if she died. The guess of Dr. Baltar seems to indicate that he is an important part of the Cylon plan. Again the unpleasant part of the episode is related to the useless character of President Roslin, participating in military decisions in another ridiculous sequence. My vote is eight.
Title (Brazil): "A Mão de Deus" ("The Hand of God")
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