Dualla and Billy are tending to Apollo's fairly horrific wound, but not doing it great. Dualla keeps repeating "I can't stop the bleeding," and Billy's no help, and she's just repeating it. Lee groans, losing color, and Dualla realizes that he is important to her. Like, important important. Like, she likes him in that way. "Lee? Don't leave me. Lee, Lee. Don't leave me, okay? Please." Billy tries to calm her, but she just keeps repeating. "Stay with me." I'm going with the concept that when you lose everything, the things that you get after that point are not just "things," they are everything. That's where Billy's at -- and he's been there before, during Laura's pilgrimage away -- and that's where Dualla just got. He watches the Marines, unable to go on seeing her in such pain, trying to come up with a solution. "Stay with me. Please, stay with me."
Adama stands outside Sharon's brig cell. They stare at each other, unblinking. "Are you playing with us? Are you playing with me?" She's disgusted, but less hurt today, because today is her day to act sketchy. "I've saved the ship. Saved you. How many times now? Five? Six? You just can't believe I'm not plotting against you." She's impassive in response to Adama's opening salvo: "You know that there are Cylons within this Fleet. You know what they look like. You know where to find them. If I were to ask you, would you tell me who they are?" Close-up on just Sharon's mouth. The inability to see her eyes here is almost physically oppressive: "No." Disappointed, Adama hangs up: "That I believe." Which, sure. That's creepy. But how many chips does she have left? Ernestine's gone, not that it matters with the Toaster Bump, because Boomer hasn't the option of just dying either way. In a way, it's what Billy said at the beginning: it depends on if there's a hidden agenda, specifically: if she's connected. And we know that she's not, because Mystery Science Boomer almost cried with joy to see her, and Mystery Science Six likewise, to see that she was pregnant. Don't trust her, but don't waste your own fucking time. It's possible that this is just an internal mirror of the Sesha issue and that we won't have to follow this particular thread again, actually. Like the B story of the Sesha A story is that Sesha might have a point, and Roslin and Billy and Tigh are all there like a Greek chorus trying to get Adama to understand it. But then why the sudden "maybe I like her too much" stuff? I'm into this.