Adama considers Saul and Tyrol's suggestion that the Fleet should integrate Cylon jump technology since it will triple the distance they will be able to cover before they run out of fuel. But the Cylon's condition is that they will be allowed to join the Fleet, for safety against Cavil, who's still out there. Ultimately, the decision is up to President Roslin, but Zarek calls the Quorum and gets them to carry the motion that no Cylon be allowed aboard any Colonial vessel unless permitted by the ship's captain. Tyrol learns from Dr. Cottle that Cally had their child tested and the results indicated that Tyrol is not the father - therefore the child is fully human. Roslin starts her climb up from the depths of despair she had fallen to soon after the Fleet found Earth. Written by
Toni Tapola, Finland
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The poem quoted by Admiral Adama in the opening scene is "There is a Languor of the Life" (396) by Emily Dickinson. See more
President Laura Roslin
I've played my role in this farce. "A dying leader will guide the people to the..." Blah, blah, blah. Frakking... Blah, blah. I've been there, I've done that, now what? Is there another role that I have to play for the rest of my life? Do you remember what we said on New Caprica? How we talked about trying to live for today? Well, you better think about that, because maybe tomorrow really isn't coming. Maybe today is all we have left. And maybe, just maybe, I've earned the right to live a ...
The survivor count now simply says "[number] survivors searching for a home" with no reference to Earth See more
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Written by Richard Gibbs See more