Commercials. Eick and Moore mention that, normally, they'd bring Birch back at some point, but that they've made the character such an ass that it'd be difficult to do it. Moore says that, instead, they'll just have some crew member casually say, "Oh, and Birch killed himself."
Everyone ducks as the Cylons keep firing. Everyone except Boomer, who starts running as Helo calls her. Another member of Team Cannon Fodder fulfills his mission, and then Helo manages to take out one of the Centurions. Good for him; he's certainly had enough practice. The Centurion tumbles down the hillside thinking, "01000011 01110010 01100001 01110000!"
Apollo and Starbuck move in so that they're almost under the Cylons, sheltered by some overhanging rock. Apollo helpfully points up, like the loud gunfire above them isn't a clue. He and Starbuck take turns leaning out to fire at the robots.
Zarek and Meier protectively surround the Prez while some cannon fodder shoots back at the Centurions.
Boomer makes her way to Elosha's body. She looks around suspiciously, and moves on.
Apollo and Starbuck engage in a little bit of business that I'm not certain I understand. I think Apollo is trading empty guns for Starbuck's loaded ones, to avoid making it seem like they have can fire for eternity without having to reload. If that's what's going on, I approve. Eventually Apollo manages to hit one of the Centurions perched above them. Starbuck compliments his shooting, and Apollo barks, "Ammo!" which seems to support my "reloading" theory. Or so I'll choose to believe.
Boomer continues running among the trees, and Apollo does a very amusing double-take. He runs off after Boomer while Starbuck is shooting at the remaining Cylon. Starbuck shouts, "Lee, no!" She starts shooting up with both guns, not bothering to aim -- I think she's just trying to keep the remaining Centurion from getting a clear shot of Apollo there.