Survivor count: 39,521
This episode is one of three that includes an extended version on the Season 4.5 DVD. Although a majority of the exclusive material consists of longer scenes with minimal or no dialogue, there are some notable inclusions:
• Tyrol, conspicuously absent in the television cut, is revealed to have turned himself in for helping Boomer escape. Athena confronts him in the brig and while she understands his ignorance and guilt, she will never forgive him.
• Helo and Kara drinking in Joe's Bar, discussing the meaning of the word "harbinger" before he sobers up over her "bitching and moaning" while he's helpless to save his daughter.
• The climax of the episode is also arranged differently. The scene with Adama and Tigh concerning leaving Galactica, which ends the aired version, is followed by Boomer's arrival at the Cylon colony, then a new scene of Adama and Tigh watching the civilians being transported off ship, and finally Kara reconnecting Anders to begin an attempt to breakdown the music.
The colony has at least three old school Raiders that were used in the Cylon War.
Adama: In other words, it's our destiny to go after her, right? Wrong. I've had it up to here with destiny, prophesy, with God or the Gods. Look where it's left us. The ass end of nowhere; nearly half of our people are gone; Earth, a worthless cinder; and I can't even walk down the halls of my ship without wondering if I'm gonna catch a bullet for getting us into this mess.
Number Eight: Thank you.
Tigh: Thank me? For what?
Number Eight: For the privilege of finally being able to meet my father before I die.
Tigh: You shouldn't be thanking me. I spent most of my life trying to kill your kind.
Number Eight: Too much confusion. (flatlines)
Baltar: Who are you, by the way, again?
Kara: Me? I'm a dead chick, that's who.
Baltar: Oh, right. And I'm full of crap.
Kara: No, I mean it. I'm dead, as in six-feet under dead. Dead, as in crashed landed, burned to a crisp dead. Here. (takes out her dog tags) I took these off my body. What was left of it, anyway, on Earth. Take them. You used to be a scientist. Run some tests, pull out the ol' Cylon detector, do whatever you need to do because I have no idea. The only thing I know for sure, I'm not an angel.