Aboard Galactica, Baltar is getting an MRI. In a windowed enclosure, Cottle fusses over the computers. Six, still in her casual wear, appears by Baltar's feet and whispers, "Comfy?" Baltar grunts that he can't talk or move. Six giggles, "Then you certainly wouldn't want me to do this..." and reaches for his crotch. Baltar twitches up and bonks his head against the top of the MRI. An error message appears on Cottle's computer screen, and he grumbles, "Oh, for...I told you not to move!" From inside the machine, Baltar looks over and apologizes. Cottle mutters to himself that he'll have to start over. Inside the MRI, Baltar echoes that idea, only in a panicky way. Six, now at the other end of the machine, strokes Baltar's forehead as he asks why she's doing this. Six tells him, "Even back when you weren't nuts, there was always that little voice in your head. That little voice helping you through the rough times, remember?" Oh, he had a little voice! Just like Magnum! Magnum saw a lot of ghosts and spooky things, too. It would be fantastic if they had Tom Selleck as a guest star on this show. Six says she's just another version of that voice. Baltar rejects that idea and insists, "God has a plan for me." Six starts snickering again as she says, "Yeah, God has a plan, and there is a God, and he talks to Gaius Baltar!" Baltar tries to roll over, and shouts, "Shut up, will you!" at an empty corner of the room. Cottle oys, and steps out of the computer bay to say, "Will you stop going crazy in there?" He actually says it like a question, too. Heh. Baltar turns his head to look at Cottle, and looks about as batshit as possible as he grrs, "I'm not crazy." Cottle, wisely, does not reply, and looks a little bit scared as he returns to his computers.
Another campsite! Or, you know, the same one from a different angle. Meier and Boomer are collecting firewood and working on an alliance a little ways away from camp. Meier says that once they find the tomb, Apollo will have her killed. He reminds her that the other Boomer shot Adama, and Boomer insists that it wasn't her. Meier asks whether she remembers shooting Adama, and after avoiding the question at first, Boomer says that she doesn't. Meier asks if she knows what happened to the other Boomer. She doesn't, so Meier drops the bomb: "She was murdered by one of the crew, and everyone aboard Galactica just let it happen." Boomer looks shocked, and Meier tells her to ask Apollo if she doubts it. He adds, "They're not going to let your child be born." The discussion is interrupted by the whirr of a bird taking flight, and they both duck. Not because of the bird, but because of whatever startled the bird. Just so we're clear.