When Commander Adama learns that Kara disobeyed orders and jumped to Caprica on orders from President Roslin, he demands the president's resignation, with the implied threat of a military coup. Roslin refuses his demand and sparks a confrontation...Read the full recap
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Originally, Baltar was to be confronted by a cigar-smoking character calling himself God, and was intended for Dirk Benedict who played Starbuck in the original series. However, the idea was scrapped for generally going too far.
Sharon: I have feelings.
Helo: You have software.
Sharon: I don't know if you can hear this or not, Helo, but what we had between us was important. It was very important.
Sharon: Because it was the next step. Because it brings us closer to God.
Helo: Don't mock the Gods. It's a human belief. I'm human. They're our gods.
Sharon: But beyond that, I just want you to know that I genuinely feel something for you.
Helo: I don't care. I don't love you. I loved what I thought was you.
Sharon: Helo, I think there's something else that you should know. I'm pregnant.
Tigh: (to Roslin) I'm placing you under arrest.
Lee: No. No, we're not doing this.
Tigh: I'm in command here, Captain.
Lee: Colonel, this is wrong!
Tigh: You're relieved! Fall back. Madam President, I would --
Lee: (pulls a gun on Tigh) Men, lay down your weapons.
Tigh: Have you lost your frakking mind?
Lee: Colonel, tell these marines to fall back!
Tigh: This is mutiny. You know that.
Lee: Yes I do, but you can tell my father that I'm listening to my instincts, and my instincts tell me that we cannot sacrifice our democracy just because the President makes a bad decision.
When talking to Crashdown about "tactical employment", the Chief's hands go from hanging at his side to being on his hips between cuts.
A specific camera shot shows a crewmember as Kara prepares and shoots the glass case of the Arrow of Apollo.