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Still dealing with Kara's death, Lee is appointed to protect Baltar's new lawyer, Romo Lampkin, after his predecessor is assassinated by unidentified suspects. Inspired by Lee's grandfather, Lampkin himself may help inspire the younger Adama to carve his own path.
Survivor count: 41,399
Katee Sackhoff's name has been omitted from the opening credits as of this episode.
The bonus scene portion played at the end of this episode is of Athena confronting Cally sometime after the scene in which Cally vaugely accused Athena of planting the device on her own raptor.
Kandyse McClure does not appear in this episode despite being credited.
Helo is temporarily assigned as CAG.
Lampkin's first name, Romo, is taken from the first two letters of Ron Moore's first and last name.
Tigh: Never thought I'd miss all Starbuck's yakking.
Tigh: (addressing Adama) Your Honour.
(Adama looks confused)
Tigh: You haven't heard. Where you been? They just announced it. You won the lottery. You now own exactly 1/5 of Baltar's skinny ass.
Lampkin: Love. Precocious evolutionary move, fashioning Cylons to be capable of experiencing it. I don't know if it was engineered as a tactical imperative, but... it's not for the faint-hearted, is it?
Caprica-Six: No, it's not.
Lampkin: Maybe you should have been nicer to your mechanic.
Lee: So what did you take from me?
Lampkin: Hmm. I was thinking, the photograph that you carry. The girl. The pilot. The one you're carrying. But... you've had enough stolen from you already.
Lee: Hey, how's the leg?
Sam: You mean my lucky break? It gave me a reason not to come up here. But sooner or later, you run out of excuses.
Lee: It's hard to let her go.
Be the bad boy, be the prodigal son.
This is an allusion to the well known parable of the Prodigal Son
. The story is of a son who defies his father by leaving him and spending his wealth until he returns home to his father's forgiveness.
It is of note that this seems to be anachronism because as a story told by Jesus in the Bible, it is therefore a Judeo-Christian reference, such a thing not existing in the show's universe.
The episode's title is a play on the title of Ernest Hemingway's 1926 novel, The Sun Also Rises