That's what Gaius's feeling right now. And the reason for that is that he is four years old, and has driven a succession of family cars into the living room, killing a succession of Stephen Hawkings and creating orphans, whom he then kills. Like ten times, and each time is more of an accident than the last time. It's kind of funny, but mostly it explains why he's crazy, and why he's really really sad.
So she starts winging the photographs in his face and tuning up the orchestra for the freak-out like so: "I just wondered if you recognized even one of these faces. Did any image get through to you on the rare occasion when you ventured out from behind your sandbags and your razor wire to see what was happening to your people?" This is where the first big crack happens: her grief is larger than the Olympic Carrier and all the ships left behind. This is all on her. "Your people!" she screams, full of hate and fire; he's nearly in tears. "I need to know! Now! Colonel Tigh, get in here! Get this man out of here, he's not gonna talk. I want you to take him, I want you to toss him out the nearest airlock." This is the second big crack: she does this jerky solfÃ¨ge hand movement on "airlock" that she's only done a couple of times on this show, like when diva singers get weird in the hand area, or like Imogen Heap all the time, and it always means she's this close to fucking killing you for real. She screams for the guards, and there's another instant cut to the corridor, where McDonnell and Callis continue to get all New School on your ass, dancing back and forth very stompily across each other's lines and shooting laser beams of acting at each other.
Pulling him with an uncountable, constantly moving body of Marines, Laura and Gaius come upon the Wall of Remembrance. She continues to scream like a lunatic. "Take a good look, Doctor, these are just a fraction of the people you sent to their deaths -- rather fitting they should see you take your last steps," she says passably well, even though it's awkward. I love the implication that they could have gone any way to the nearest airlock, but they just happened to choose this route. He shouts to stop, and points out a photo on the wall. "Yes! Show me. Show me! Let him go. Let him go. Keep your guns up!" she screams. Gaius pulls the photo off the wall: "This man. His name was Adrian Bauer. He was my lab assistant for three years on Caprica." Roslin screams that she doesn't fucking care. "He was Geminese. I got him a visa. I introduced him to his wife. I am godfather to their first child I wouldn't do anything to harm this man or his family. Or anybody's family. I am not a murderer. I am innocent. Why won't you believe me?" Roslin freaks out and commences the airlocking, and as they drag him away he screams again that he should get points for figuring out about Hera shooting Laura in the cancer. Still thinking that's on the table. He makes me so sad. How much of this is theatre?