Down in the tunnels, Laura is lecturing Anders about how he has to keep Isis/Hera hidden at all costs. He exposits that they're keeping her on the move, along with other high-value targets, and that she'll be in a given location for three days at most. (Which is 71 HOURS AND 59 MINUTES LONGER than it will take Xena to snatch that kid right out from under your nose, of course.) "Sam, I need you to really hear me on this. Really. There is no one -- no one -- of higher value than Maya and her child. We cannot let them fall into Cylon hands." He's like, Gotcha. "How far do you want me to go? I mean, if it looks like the Cylons are gonna capture them... " Also not acceptable. "Don't let it get to that point. That's all." Anders asks if she's going to spill on the secret of the child, and she gets mysterious: "She may very well be the shape of things to come. That's either a blessing or a curse." Roslin takes off, and a gigantic lightbulb goes off over Anders's head so bright that it gives away everybody's location and they all get murdered but the only thing anybody upstairs can say is, "But is Cally safe?"
Three sees a woman on the street carrying an infant and leading a toddler by the hand, and thinks really hard about babies and how to steal them. Doc Cottle is crusty, but not a good bluff.
Chief explains to Sharon's Marine (Gunnery Sergeant Mathias, apparently) how there are arms and munitions hidden in "key areas" throughout the city. (Like for example, wherever the most civilians would be endangered by it, turning you into a suicide bomber, or like, if you were religious, we would profane your faith. That kind of thing.) Gunny Mathias offers some mortars and RPGs -- even a few shoulder-mounted anti-aircraft missiles -- from the Raptor, and Chief is like, Awesome. "When we give the signal, our people are gonna attack the airbase, the detention center, the power station, other critical facilities. The plan is to sow as much chaos and confusion as possible the moment Galactica and Pegasus arrive. That should help cover the evacuation." (You know who could accomplish that? Starbuck. With both hands tied behind her back and a gag in her mouth, she could fuck things up that bad. And then she'd be like, "What? What is it this time?" Or Gaius Baltar, except for how it's too bad he became a Christian and then went ahead and broke permanently. In his squirrelly heyday he could cause that much chaos and confusion while eating breakfast.) But Mathias is no slouch: "No Pegasus. Just Galactica."