Marines rush down onto the flight deck and meet up with Tigh and Apollo.
Starbuck's Raider winks into space. Inside, Starbuck looks a little discombobulated. I don't know if that's meant to be an effect of the extra-long jump, or the Raider's weirdness, or just Starbuck being whiny. She blearily looks out at the stars and sighs, "This doesn't look good." She turns the Raider, and Caprica slides into view. Starbuck recovers enough to tell herself, "Oh, I'm good. I am really good." She giggles and mutters, "I'm home, I'm home!" That was kind of cute. I can never tell how I'm going to react to Starbuck any given moment. I do like the actress; I just think that I'd kill the character if I had to deal with her. Okay, fine, she'd kick my ass in a heartbeat. Shut up. Something beeps inside the Raider, and we see a dozen Raiders flying out from the planet. Starbuck eyes the iSpy nervously as she flies under one of several Basestars floating in orbit.
Commercials. In the podcast, Moore says that originally they'd planned to have the Prez become a little more tyrannical in the course of the season, asking Adama to do some questionable things in order to maintain security. So Adama would still arrest her when she went too far, but there'd be a greater sense of her abusing her authority throughout the season. Then their concept of her character changed, so that there were a lot more shades of gray, but the basic idea of the coup remained. I just think it's interesting that Adama was more clearly justified originally. Although, as Moore puts it, the point is, "you don't break your word to Adama. You just don't." Heh.