Kobol. The troops move nervously into the woods. Baltar has obeyed Cally's request and is toting several cases of equipment, which makes me snicker. As he trudges along, Baltar sees the pretty white crib among the tree trunks. Baltar's hallucinations signal that it's time for a everyone to take a break for a minute. As they pause to rest, Selix checks on Socinus and asks for the medkit. She scrabbles through the contents while Tyrol wanders over to be reassuring at everyone. Tyrol asks Socinus how he's doing, and Socinus insists that he's okay, adding, "Just listening to the birds." Tyrol looks up as we hear tweeting, and chuckles, "I'll be damned. I don't remember the last time I heard birds." Socinus starts coughing, and then Selix moans that they're out of Serisone. Crashdown tells her to get the other medkit. Handsome Targ asks, "What other medkit?" Whoops. Crashdown snaps, "We pulled two medkits from the ship. I told you to keep an eye on both of them." Targ says that he only saw one. Oh, and it turns out that his name is Tarn, not Targ. The internet lied to me! But I'm just gonna go on calling him Targ, since soon enough we'll all be calling him toast. Anyway, Crashdown and Targ argue with mounting jerkitude until Selix interrupts to point out that Socinus will die without more Serisone. Serisone is the drug, not another character. I don't blame you if you're getting confused by all the "S"-names. Crashdown ponders as best he can, and then declares that since Targ forgot the medkit, Targ will have to go back for it. Nice. Tyrol overhears this from his position guarding the rear and keeping an eye out for old ladies to help across busy streets. He asks Cally to take over and quietly tells Crashdown that Targ can't go alone. Crashdown chuckles, "Are you questioning my orders, Chief?" Tyrol says no, he's pointing out a flaw in Crashdown's plan. Er, he's not questioning the orders, he's just saying they're stupid. Apparently that's okay. Tyrol says that he and Cally can go along with Targ. Crashdown sighs, "Fine," and Tyrol has already started walking away as Crashdown lamely adds, "Would you look out for Cally?" Ha! Crashdown has a crush on Cally! With that, Tyrol takes charge of his little patrol, and they move out.
Caprica. Aw, we're not tracking the days anymore? We pan up from the body of Six, who chance hath slain, and who will never taste death's woe. Boomer makes that same point less poetically, noting, "Her consciousness is being downloaded into another body right now. And when she wakes up, she'll tell them exactly where we are." Helo figures that it's time to get going. Starbuck grouses about taking advice from a Cylon, and Helo retorts, "She helped me get this far." Starbuck says that she knows how Helo felt about Boomer, but insists, "That is some cheap knock-off copy!" Boomer says, "Hey, I'm not cheap!" Well, actually she tries to explain that she's not a copy, but Starbuck seems to be clinging to the idea that there is a real Boomer somewhere, and cuts off the philosophical discussion by drawing her gun and advising Boomer to shut up. Helo jumps in front of the gun and tells Starbuck to chill. Starbuck gripes, "I'm just supposed to be nice to her? Because she says she's pregnant?" She tells Helo to get out of the way, but Helo, being Helo, lunges for the gun while Starbuck's still blustering. Boomer dodges as the gun goes off, and then Helo is holding Starbuck from behind as he explains, "I'm not gonna let you kill her, okay? She's carrying my child." Starbuck struggles a little while snapping, "Men are so painfully stupid sometimes! How do you know that?" Er, the robot bunny died? The camera whirls around for maximum lens flare as Helo says that he just knows. Ah. Starbuck more calmly insists that Cylons always lie. Yeah, yeah: only the Cylons deal in absolutes. She continues, "Their entire existence is a lie. They're not human, Helo. They're machines. You can't have a baby with a machine." She never saw Demon Seed. Lucky girl. Helo repeats that he believes Boomer, and insists that she's not like the others. Starbuck looks up at her crazy, and quite tall, friend sadly, and then there's a whirring noise. Starbuck jumps and rushes out, moaning, "No, no..."