And the story keeps moving! In Adama's quarters, Adama's passing around a bunch of agitprop and pamphlets found in Janik's quarters. "Some kind of a manifesto," he glares at Lee, Gaius, and Tigh. The graphic on all of it is wonderful: a human in flight, or supplication, with a ragged circle around it. Hats off to whoever designed it, it's great. Tigh starts with the ill-advised blustering immediately: "Demand peace from the Cylons? Who the hell are these people?" The what the hell is silent. Gaius says that he had no idea the "Cylon sympathizers" were this organized, and Adama's most worried about the security breach, since because they're idiots he's not willing to spend much time worrying about the hows and whys. Apollo explains that with the hangar deck "short-staffed," they've been using civilians. The whole Liberty Garden deal. Asha was a Picon who worked maintenance on the Greenleaf. Tigh quotes the pamphlet: "Do not be afraid, we are not terrorists, but we will not sit back while Adama's war machine continues to press us into cruel and futile conflict." He is, of course, angered, and gets more and more grossed out about things as Lee and Bill talk about how the news of their actions is spreading through the Fleet. Adama drops the bomb that he's been contacted by a person "claiming to speak for the subversives" who is "demanding a meeting" -- and that he's agreed to the meeting. Tigh wigs, and Adama has to explain that it's not about negotiating, but figuring out who the frack these people think they are.
Episode Report CardJacob Clifton: B- | 1058 USERS: C+
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