Tyrol: "I should probably be grateful to you...that freak in her belly could have been mine." Helo has had a bit more than enough, and he pushes Tyrol onto the Raptor's wing, which he inelegantly slide-rolls off down onto the floor. Bad move, Helo. You've gotta let Tyrol think he won this one or else it'll never stop. Just let him take it out on you. Helo apologizes again, for forcing Tyrol to take that pratfall, and Tyrol jumps him. They fight for a while, and the whole time, Helo's trying to chill him out, which of course isn't going to work, and he's stupid for going in there in the first place, but there's no way he could know that Tyrol had been stroking the equipment all day, getting his jealous and heartbroken dander up. Tyrol piledrives Helo, and closed captioning notes that he calls him a "toasterlover," and then, having pinned him, Tyrol picks up a wrench and I cross my fingers that Marissa Cooper will come in and shoot him, but he gets it together and immediately slips into the Fifth Stage of Toaster Mourning: Drawing Meaningless Lines In The Sand. "I don't even know why I'm mad at you," Tyrol relents. "My Sharon's dead. That thing in the brig, that isn't Sharon." Um, it totally is, but complete the thought, dude. This kind of compartmentalization is why Laura Roslin's constantly pitching people out of airlocks. You don't want to go out like that.
CIC! That's where Gaeta and Dualla live! Dualla gets some feedback on comm, and Tigh asks, "What the hell is that?" That's important for a reason I'll explain later, but basically we're going to use math to express why Tigh should proceed directly to hell. Gaeta explains that the whole deal with Dualla's earpiece is endemic to the fact that the Galactica's moderately buggered today, but that specifically they're also transmitting an unstoppable signal into space. It goes something like this: "Dear Cylons: Come and kill us and put the women in rape camps, please. Signed, The Fleet." Adama shows some initiative, which is always helpful in an XO, which he is not. He orders an update and distribution of emergency jump sites, and then Dualla's panel glows and explodes, sending her flying.