Starbuck (Katee Sackhoff) and Laura Roslin (Mary McDonnell) face off with a gun between them, Lee Adama (Jamie Bamber) says goodbye to the Galactica, violent conflict breaks out between the seven models aboard Cylon Basestar, and Gaius Baltar (James Callis) is directly pulled into the "Final Five" situation.

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The Cylons are bitterly divided over how to deal with the Cylon Raiders, who refuse to attack the Colonial Fleet because of the recent detection of the Final Five within said Fleet. Meanwhile, Admiral Adama and crew send Lee Adama off into his new life as a member of the Quorum of Twelve, and Adama has to deal with the possibility that Kara Thrace may very well be right about her knowing how to get to Earth. Written by Amezzeray

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During Apollo's send-off ceremony, the cases along the walls contain a mixture of props and real military insignia and awards. Most obvious is the rank insignia of a USAF Airman and a USAF Staff Sergeant directly behind Apollo and Admiral Adama. See more »

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Dr. Gaius Baltar: [after talking out loud to a "Baltar" only he can see] I am talking to you. Why did you come here?
Tory Foster: Maybe it was a mistake. Well, I can't stop thinking about what's happened. You were found innocent when everyone hated you. I hated you. And this healed boy, the return of Kara Trace. I mean everyone thought she was dead. so perhaps there are miracles.
Dr. Gaius Baltar: [the unseen "Baltar" interjects:] Perhaps.
Tory Foster: The thing is, somehow you seem to be at the center of them.
Dr. Gaius Baltar: Yes, I do, don't I? I don't understand myself,...
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Much better than the first episode of this fourth season
19 April 2008 | by (Netherlands) – See all my reviews

After being disappointed with the season opener I thought it only was fair to comment on any improvement. This second episode does show some improvement. But I still miss the excitement I got from previous seasons. The acting also could use some work. Mary Mcdonnell (President Roslin) seems not even to bother articulating. I know that she has to act that she is in pain. But come on if she is in that much pain she should resign. Mumbling words like that is a big no no. I also noticed this with Olmos. Is it part of the script? Are they pretending to be tired? Or is it just laziness on their part. For now I won't make to much of it. But if it continues like this I will comment on it again. For some reason I don't feel connected to the main characters like I used to. There is a serious lack of dramatic events. These events were the highlight of the show and were one the main reasons that made it so interesting. The biggest surprise was coming from the cylons that seem to have some major problems. This is not something you would expect happening. That alone made it worth watching this episode.


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