Eighteen months ago: Saul poisons Ellen, who then finds herself downloaded into a new body aboard a Cylon Base Star, with a single Centaurion keeping watch over her. After the initial shock, she has a revelation as she remembers things she had forgotten. Present Day: Dr. Cottle is operating on Anders, who has a bullet lodged in his brain. Anders starts to remember things he had forgotten. Eighteen months ago: Cavil comes to see Ellen, who calls him John, because that's his "real" name. Cavil says he hates that name. John was the first Cylon model *Ellen* created. She also created seven others. So, there are actually only *eight* Cylon models and the "Final Five" are actually copies of humans who lived 2,000 years earlier and, together, created Resurrection, which allowed them and the Cylons to download. Number Seven, Daniel, was a favorite of Ellen. Jealous, John sabotaged the process of using Resurrection on Daniel, making him unique. John and Ellen start a months-long philosophical ... Written by
Toni Tapola, Finland
Did You Know?
This episode's opening - instead of a variation of the previous prologues, shows shots of a decimated Earth, and Cylon Centurions similar to those from the original series. This is because of both the earlier episode; Sometimes a Great Motion, and because of the major plot-point of this episode (the return of Ellen Tigh). See more
Anders states that the Final Five left Earth in a ship traveling at near-light speed, mentioning the relativistic effect of time slowing down for those aboard. It's stated in earlier episodes that the holocaust on Earth took place two thousand years ago. Given that amount of time, the Final Five's ship could have only traveled less than two thousand light years from Earth before they encountered the cylons. This is inconsistent with other distances mentioned in the series. See more
President Laura Roslin
You are the right one, Lee. You have always been the right one. My only concern about you is that you're so hellbent on doing the *right* thing that you sometimes don't do the *smart* thing.
Well, I'll try to be smarter, and wronger.
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Written by Richard Gibbs See more