Adama eventually bumps into Starbuck, because Galactica only has about fifty feet of corridor in the entire ship, and it all twists and loops back on itself like the world's largest styrofoam and balsa wood Mobius strip. Starbuck engages in a bit of gentle ass-kissing herself, just so we know that these two have some sort of prior friendly relationship. Then they exchange the following lines of dialogue, which I'm transcribing here only because they'll be relevant later, despite being utterly nonsensical:
Adama: What do you hear?
Starbuck: Nothing but the rain.
Adama: Then grab your gun and bring in the cat.
Starbuck: Boom boom boom!
A significant portion of this show's targeted demographic: Let's go back to my room.
Starbuck resumes her morning run at this point, passing the exposition baton off to a crew of low-rate mechanics, whom I'll be calling Corporal Dirty Girl, Private First Class Soon To Be Dead Guy, and Chief Petty Officer Token Hispanic. They themselves bump into Adama, and then frantically scramble to hide the giant gift-wrapped package they're carrying. They also fake swear, and while I'm given to understand that "frak" is a leftover from the original series, I still have to wonder if it was a wee bit too close to "frell" to suit the Sci-Fi suits. Because he's eminently kind and wise, and obviously used to junior subordinates falling all over themselves in an attempt to offer him a galactic rim-job, Adama merely smiles and admonishes the kids to "be careful out there." Whoops. Somebody needs to tell Olmos that he's quoting the wrong '80s cop show.