Boomer rushes through the trees, with Apollo in hot pursuit. She reaches one of the dead guys and awkwardly picks up his grenade launcher in her manacled hands. Then she turns as Apollo rushes into the clearing and tackles her. Struggling and grunting ensue, but only briefly because the episode's almost over. Boomer shoves Apollo back and tries to aim the launcher with it propped up against her side. Apollo cringes. Boomer fires. The last Centurion goes kablooey. Then Boomer and stands up and gives Apollo a good glare as she tosses the launcher down. I hoped Apollo was going to be like, "Oh, I knew you were gonna do that. I was trying to help! Really!" Instead, Apollo just blinks and says, "You gotta be frackin' kidding me." Okay, that's not bad either. We see all the other characters staring at Boomer with various expressions of wonder. Starbuck seems be most amazed that Boomer was able to fire accurately under the circumstances. She glances up at the hillside and shrugs, "Not bad." Heh.
Adama's quarters. Hey, Adama has almost finished his toy boat. He's painting varnish on it, I think. And monologuing about betrayal. "It can squeeze out all other thought. Suffocate all other emotion until everything is dead except for the rage." And I thought I was good at holding grudges. At this point he glances at whoever he's talking to, so that we know he hasn't gone completely around the bend. However, the camera stays tight on him so that we can't see his visitor. Adama continues to work on his model while calmly saying,"Feel like I wanna scream. Right now, matter of fact." The camera finally pans over to reveal Adama's visitor, and it's...Dualla. Which is kind of an anticlimax. It seems pretty reasonable that Adama would confide in Dualla. So why build suspense about that? Plus, hiding who it was meant that we couldn't see her reaction to all the stuff Adama was saying. Remember, she helped Apollo and the Prez escape. Adama doesn't know that, but did kind of betray him, so it'd be interesting to see if she looked more sympathetic or terrified when he was talking. Dualla asks for permission to speak, and then says that maybe the problem is that getting shot made Adama feel helpless. Adama says, "Don't make excuses for me," but Dualla continues, "And when you finally had a chance to do something--" Adama looks mildly peeved and says, "I'm sorry I did this." Heh. Dualla finishes, "--You let us down." She says that Adama promised to find all of them a home: "It doesn't matter what the President did, or even what Lee did, because every day that we remain apart is a day that you've broken your promise." Adama says, of the people who left, "It was their decision, not mine." He stares at Dualla for a moment, and then tells her that she can go. Dualla stands up, hesitates, and then says that maybe Adama asked to talk to her because he didn't think she had anything to say, but she does. She sits down next to Adama and, as he tries to go back to working on his boat, she holds his arm to keep him from playing with his boat. Dualla's pretty brave. Adama tries to cut her off, but Dualla continues, "People have been divided. Children are separated from their parents." Adama gives Dualla a look of death. Eep. Dualla looks back at him like, "Hey, King Solipsist -- other people exist, too." Adama stands up, and Dualla looks discouraged.