Afterwards Tigh goes to see Gina and as she talks she
seems to change into his wife, though I think this is only in his head.
This, understandably, freaks him out and he leaves.
Baltar’s strange little club is invaded and like a
coward he hides. The invaders demand to know where he is, but no-one will
turn him in. A few people are hurt as a result.
Six returns and they talk; she tells him he must make a
stand against this. He calls the authorities and demands that something be
Tyrol is going from bad to worse, picking fights with
everybody left right and centre. Funny enough he’s not exactly on top form
which everybody understands.
Six talks about Gaius taking a stand against the ‘old’
gods. He is so spurned on by this that he makes a grand speech about not
being afraid any more. This leads to Baltar and his congregation storming
into one of the fleet’s services and causing hell. He is removed by
Roslin and Adama talk, and they think Baltars actions
could lead to a religious war. Roslin decides to go have a little chat with
Baltar in the brig.
Meanwhile Tigh and Gina talk, and she tries to convince
him that they’re the same. He asks how she can live with what she’s done. He
claims they are not the same.
Baltar and Roslin talk in the brig. She explains that
the closer she gets to dieing the less patience she has. She tells him to
lead a ‘quiet’ life – she will protect him but not indulge him.
Meanwhile Tyrol tries to drown his sorrows, and Adama
attempts to talk to him. Tyrol loses his temper and totally tares into Cally.
He refuses to let her be remembered as an angel when she wasn’t. Everyone is
stunned. Tyrol and Adama have a bitch fight and Tyrol is demoted.
Roslin tries to get emergency crowd control measures
implemented, but Lee being Lee has to bitch. He claims the measures are
targeted against Baltar and his ‘people’ instead of being there to protect
them. Roslin rather cleverly evokes memories of New Caprica. She tries to
explain how dangerous Baltar was with political power, and that the idea of
him having any religious power is a terrifying thing.
During all this Gina tries to explain to Tigh that pain
and guilt led her to understand humans better. She claims that pain causes a
moment of mental clarity. She then proceeds to kick the crap out of him.
Six tries to convince Baltar to stand against the
measures. He’s been blocked from his usual den, along with quite a few of
the women. He attempts to push past the guards but they punch him. Six
insists he goes on, he refuses, and she lifts him.
Lee shows up to save the day and tells the guards that
the Chroum has voted against the crowd control measures.
Roslin and Adama talk about Lee and she admits his
concerns might have been founded, but that doing the right thing is
sometimes a luxury.
Baltar makes a speech about redemption, and even though
he’s done terrible things ‘God’ still loves him, because ‘God’ loves
everyone. You should love yourself, and embrace you’re faults, because ‘God’
does. The truth according to Baltar is that everyone is perfect, because
‘God’ can only love that which is perfect.
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