Hangar deck. Apollo is checking over his ship as Bell asks, "How'd it go out there?" Apollo ponderously says, "Well, we didn't lose anyone. That's a good day." Hush, muppet-face.
Oh, jeez, back to the subplot. Although at least there is a plot in it. Tigh walks down the corridor and enters his quarters. Ellen is wearing a nice little pink outfit. She's also bound and gagged with duct tape. Tigh boggles briefly, and then he's clubbed on the head. I think the most disturbing aspect of this show are the occasional Angel flashbacks it inspires. Not least because I've already made the easy jokes for this. Plus, having Tigh in Wesley's role is disturbing for many reasons.
Commercials. For me personally, the best thing about the podcast is that at one point, Moore briefly confuses Kat with Racetrack. That makes me feel so much better.
Well, what with that cliffhanger before the commercials, naturally we return to...octacam footage of Kat scampering around from the first act. Le sigh. Biers and Bell are reviewing the footage, and Biers says, "I'm not sure I've found a story in all this yet." Honey, I know you haven't. On the monitor, the camera pans over to Hammerhead in his bunk, and -- what's this? Zounds! Hotdog was wearing underwear beneath his towel! Cheater. Oh, and also, Hammerhead has a book with a bright red cover next to him in the bunk. Biers points at it and gasps, "I know that book. That's by Kataris."