Zarek asks if Apollo got his gig as the Prez's rep because of his father. "Hardly," Apollo replies. Zarek quickly spots the "daddy issues" chip on Apollo's soldier. Apollo notes that he and his dad are agreed about not making deals with terrorists. Zarek, faux-hurt, says he thought Apollo read his book. Apollo allows that taking hostages might have changed his opinion. Zarek chuckles, "It's always better when the oppressed don't fight back, isn't it?" Well, it's better when the oppressed direct their fight at the actual oppressors, and not at random passersby, dude.
Adama repeats, "A warhead." Six prompts Baltar to explain that he needs the plutonium, then says, "Figure out the rest for yourself." Left hanging, Baltar does a pretty good job of explaining that the Cylons are susceptible to radiation, so he can encase the plutonium in some technobabble that I don't really care about. It sounded convincing, though. Adama rasps that they only have five nukes left. Baltar says that he understands if his project isn't a top priority, but Adama pours the rest of his glass of water back into a carafe and says, "You'll get your warhead." Six coos, "Good boy," at Baltar. Baltar says "Thank you" in the general direction of Six and Adama. And then adds, "Commander," to clarify. Heh.