(Kobol: I know this place. "Of course you do. Go inside. I don't understand. "Life has a melody, Gaius. A rhythm of notes that become your existence, once played in harmony with God's plan. It's time to do your part and realize your destiny." Which is what, exactly? "You are the guardian and protector of the new generation of God's children. The first member of our family will be with us soon, Gaius. It's time to make your choice... Come, see the face of the shape of things to come. Isn't she beautiful, Gaius?")
"Yeah, you know. It's funny, it's a lot like that. It's like the...distant chaos of an orchestra tuning up. And then somebody waves a magic wand, and all of those notes start to slide into place. A grotesque, screeching cacophony becomes a single melody." And as the beautiful, grinning score mirrors the speech, Tory stands up, visibly shaken, unsure if he's sending her a message or talking out his ass or sending her a message from his ass, worrying that if things are getting real, she shouldn't be seen there. Wondering if somebody just tipped their hand, and if so, if it was him or her. Six of one.
Alone, I guess it's no surprise that Real Gaius shows more chemistry with Chip Gaius than he does with anybody besides Six; besides her he's like Gaius's ultimate narcissistic ideal of all time. (And between nerdy you and nerdy me, how effing cool is this?) "Who the frak are you?" he asks, and "Am I supposed to be impressed?" he asks, and "You're me! Obviously!" And then he slows, wondering if this is Six, messing with him again, and blowing Chip's mind in the process: "Unless you're not me. Six? Is it you, Six? In disguise?" Chip asks the very apposite question of why she would need to disguise herself from Gaius, when he's the only one that sees her -- as though her shit has ever made sense to him -- but Gaius acquiesces. As Chip tries to get him on task (Tory, obviously), Gaius pushes and resists and asks about Six some more, but eventually gets Gaius back on track. I wonder based on that line of dialogue, asking where she went, if there's been a switcheroo here and he won't be seeing her for awhile. (Really, I'd like to see Caprica and Chip Six get down and do the actual Six Of One Tango. "I'm totally scary like a sexy shark." "No, I'm totally scary like a sexy shark, plus I'm wearing freshly laundered clothing." "Well, I can beat you up." "Well, no, because I'm invisible and you are crazy now.")