The actor playing Zak is not the same from the one seen in Kara's picture in the miniseries. Kara's picture has been changed in this episode to reflect the casting change.
This episode takes place 2 days after the events of "Bastille Day".
Roslin: I would like to explore alternate treatments.
Roslin: Witty. Have you ever heard of chamalla extract?
Cottle: Oh, Gods. You're one of those.
Roslin: What if it works?
Cottle: All the evidence on chamalla is anecdotal. It's nothing but a bunch of loose talk and false hope.
Roslin: I'd take that as a "yes".
Cottle: All right. I'll put out a med request to the civilian fleet. Maybe there's some other wide-eyed dreamer out there with a secret horde of chamalla extract in their luggage. You can put your clothes back on now.
Roslin: Thank you.
Cottle: And for what it's worth, I would seriously consider prayer.
Kara: Pilots call me Starbuck. You may refer to me as God. You have all flown before, but you're about to enter a whole new world, so pay attention. We don't have any flight simulators on board so we're putting you in the cockpit, today. This is the Viper Mark II. It's as maneuverable as a jackrabbit and can flip end for end in .35 seconds. You have never flown anything remotely like it so don't think that you have. Today we will be doing basic launch, approach, and landing maneuvers. Anyone not paying attention is liable to end up as a puddle of something to be hosed out of the cockpit by the chief of the deck.
(after Kara has confessed to passing Zak despite his failing)
Adama: You did it because you were engaged.
Kara: Because I made a mistake. And because I was just... I was so in love with him and... and I let that get in the way of doing my job... and, um, and he, um, he just wanted it so much, and I - I didn't want to be the one who crushed him.
Adama: Reinstate the trainees to flight status.
Kara: I will... but I just want you to understand that I...
Adama: Do your job.
Kara: Yes, sir.
Adama: And walk out of this cabin while you still can.