Boomer lies on the bed in the cell that was meant for the previous Boomer. Helo raps on the window, and she picks up a phone to talk to him. Boomer tells him that she's okay. The camera pans over to show a one-way mirror, behind which Baltar is lurking. He eavesdrops as Helo says, "I don't want our baby born in this cell." Holy God, Helo, that's, like, eight months away. The cowbell theme of Baltar's looniness is cued up, and Six, back in her formalwear, slides into view. Baltar asks, "Their child?" Six says she told Baltar so, and asks, "How could you ever doubt me?" Well, you also told him you were part of his craziness, so it's kind of a catch-22. Baltar confirms, "Boomer is going to bear our child?" Six sniffs that Boomer doesn't really deserve such an honor, "but one doesn't question God's will." Baltar says that Six isn't a chip, and she agrees. But since she was right about Boomer's pregnancy, he figures she's not just Baltar's subconscious, either. He rather nervously concludes, "I'm not..." Six finishes, "Crazy?" Baltar says, "No!" But he'd like to know what she is, then. Six duhs, "I'm an angel of God sent here to protect you. To guide you, to love you." Baltar nervously asks, "To what end?" Six says, "To the end of the human race." Then Baltar says, "No, I meant to what purpose..." Well, really he just looks justifiably terrified as Six cuddles up to him.
Next time: It's Xena! And she's blonde!
Production card: It's the one with the knight again.