Dr. Baltar has finished his Cylon detector and president Laura Roslin tries to convince commander Adama he should be the first to be tested. Since the Conroy copy told her Adama is a Cylon, she is getting more and more suspicious and even sends Billy to ask Dualla about his behavior. When suddenly a Cylon raider pops up behaving strangely, Adama is missing, raising more eyebrows. He returns however with Ellen Tigh, the presumed dead wife of colonel Tigh, who suddenly appeared. She claims she lost consciousness during the Cylon attack and was cared for on the Rising Star. Is she a Cylon? Back on Caprica, Helo notices a change in behavior of the centurions. Sharon tells him they're after her. Written by
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4 March 2005 (USA)
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When Gaius in his laboratory and Six appears to him, we can hear the song "Battlestar Operatica", which is a humorous opera-like song. The lyrics, which are sung in Italian, like most operas, reference Baltar's relationship with the Cylons and specially Number 6, and they say things like "Your Cylon heart is cursed" and "Your girlfriend is a toaster". See more
When Baltar was talking to Six about all of the samples he had to test with the Cylon detector he says "...47,905 blood samples. Eleven hours to test each one for Cylon indicators. 21,956 days." Yet in the previous episode Baltar puts the slide containing Boomer's blood sample into the Cylon detector and he received results within a few minutes. See more
President Laura Roslin
[to Commander Adama, who is concerned about Ellen's identity
You actually think that woman is a Cylon?
Captain Lee 'Apollo' Adama
Well, if she's not, then we're all in a lot of trouble.
References Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down!
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