Battlestar Galactica: Epiphanies
An interesting development this time around shows that the fleet has a group of Cylon sympathizers among them, which makes for a convenient hiding group for Cylon Number Six, the one of flesh-and-blood. Speaking of Number Six, I thought for sure the one in Baltar's head was gone after the last episode, though clearly I was wrong.
I wonder why Roslin right-out assumed the Cylon-Human hybrid would be a bad thing, and so strongly. I half wonder if
she knows even more than she's letting on.
Another thing we learned in this episode: The Cylons, and Number Six in particular, seem to have a hard time pronouncing "nuclear" correctly. Maybe she got language lessons from George W. Bush.
As Roslin is about to die, and Baltar rushes in to save her life with the Cylon-Human blood, she flashes back to the say when she saw Baltar making out with Number Six. The thing is, Baltar should have an easy time talking himself out of that issue, should it ever come up.
What I thought was weird was Number Six was reading the letter from Roslin, as Baltar sat there listening to it. Usually everything Baltar does when talking "to himself" can sort-of be explained, though I'm not sure what to think of that scene.
Once again, go check out AOL's post-show clip for some behind-the-scenes stuff that's worth a peek.