Adama's quarters. Baltar is sounding remarkably sane as he explains that Godfrey is a Cylon agent. And then he stares at the camera again. Cut that out!
Domicylon. Baltar roams around, staring at the camera some more and asking Six where she's gone. He asks, "You enjoying messing around with my life?"
Adama asks if Baltar has any evidence for his accusation. Baltar says that the Cylon detector is almost ready, and that he just needs a tissue sample from Godfrey. That's the worst evasion ever. Try: "Well, I know I didn't bomb anything. Either she's lying to us, or Amarak, the guy who was on that very suspicious ship you shot down, lied to her." I could give Baltar a tutorial on sounding innocent. Er, because I am! I wasn't anywhere near Paris Hilton's phone, I swear!
Domicylon. Baltar tells an absent Six, "I thought we had something. Something special." Once again, Carnivàle has ruined simple phrases for me, because "something special" just makes me think...ew. Let's not dwell on it.
Adama vetoes the idea of testing Godfrey. Baltar says he could teach Gaeta to run the tests. Adam says that if the photo turns out to depict Baltar, his detector and everything in the lab will be dismantled and quarantined. Baltar stares at the camera. Grr.
Baltar says, "I love you." Oh, we're in the Domicylon again. Although it would be pretty entertaining if he was making these declarations out loud to Adama. And then Adama gruffly said, "That's sweet, but I don't want to spoil our friendship." Anyway, Baltar figures that Six has been dying to hear him pledge his love. His mind may be shaky, but his ego's still fine. He announces, "I am ready and willing to make that commitment to you right now."
Baltar tells Adama that the Prez believes he's innocent. Adama corrects him: "The President hopes you're innocent." He adds that he does, too, because if Baltar's guilty, he's made fools of them both.
Domicylon. Baltar pleads some more, and asks Six for help.
Baltar tells Adama, "I'm an innocent man who's been convicted in the court of public opinion without trial." I like that just because there isn't a single part of it that's accurate.