Oh, man. Can you imagine Romo Lampkin and Tom Zarek having a conversation? I just threw up in my mouth a little bit.
The bluffs and double-bluffs and "I know that you know that I know that you know" of it all starts to get top-heavy about the time that Tom's gloating about how Bill's dumb for thinking he knows where the ship is, but of course Bill does actually know that, because they were wiretapping the ship at the time, so he cuts through the bullshit. Tom goes, "Why do you think I know?" And Bill goes, "Because I know that you do." The end, fool. Like, "We're not actually playing the 'I know that you know' game right now, I am looking you in the leathery slits you use as eyes and saying I actually know. I'm not playing any games." Except he totally is, because he doesn't even have this proof that Zarek's corrupt. I mean, we know he is, and Bill knows he is, and it's not even in a Gaius way where Lee could make you feel like a proudly sobbing American Boy Scout about it: Tom Zarek is gross. He is yucky. And Bill's got all the time in the world.
Not to mention he's also totally got Zarek's number, and can afford to be like, whatever, and walk out with the fake files sitting on the floor. Bill Motherfrakkin' Adama, sometimes, man... And since he's got nothing left, Zarek throws out a few more bullshitty stupid platitudes that might seem meaningful only if you are hopped up on goofballs in 1967, but which don't impress your kids and shouldn't impress you now: "You know what the difference is between you and I, Admiral? You wear that uniform and I don't."