Adama and Roslin listen to the wireless in his quarters. It's a cool shot that tracks from the radio up to Tory, who's pacing, so that follows her almost 360 degrees around the room, dipping down to glaring Adama, across the worried aides, and then again to rest on Roslin, broken, all while the radio is talking. It's Jim, interviewing Zarek in Spin Alley. "I thought Dr, Baltar did exceptionally well," Zarek says. "Laid out his vision of the future and offered the people a way to end the suffering and terror that defines so many of their lives. On the other hand, I found myself wondering how Roslin's arguments against settlement could possibly win." Well...yeah. Ouch.
Into a golden Caprica forest, where the pilots and Marines are all wearing full flight gear and helmets and goggles, stalking quietly through the brush, whispering and being super-sneaky. Starbuck and "Karl" talk about getting their bearings for a second before Sharon gives a fist signal to stop and chill. Helo responds to Starbuck, as they stop moving, that the base camp for the Resistance is about a click ahead, and Sharon notes movement at 11 o'clock. Everybody drops, Starbuck between Helo and Sharon, and peers at the bodies in the distance. Boomer peeks out from behind their fallen tree as Starbuck quietly asks, "Friendlies?" This part is cool because there's that mic-on-fabric sound that should be disruptive, but actually adds to the sense of danger and hush. Helo finally yells into the forest, "You got a Samuel T. Anders there?" and Barclay calls back, "Is there a Kara Thrace there?" Anders adds, "If there is, you tell her she took her good, sweet time getting here." Kara smiles, dropping back against the log for a second. Boomer looks bored and tired and in hell, but that's just maybe because they didn't give her toaster ass a helmet. Helo, the only champion in all of humanity, both inside and outside the show, for Kara's relationship with Anders: "Friendlies." Everybody stands up.