Garner reports on his movements inside the FTL hatch as he does them. He gets to the manifold and turns something so that the room calms down. He finally gets the wheel turned, resulting in...something, flow to the FTL drives, and sees the leak in the wall, which is behind the service relay. O2 is at 20 -- at the edge of red. The guys outside feel just terrible.
Starbuck hoshis that the Vipers are ("skosh"?) out of ammo, and that they need to jump. Apollo holds Garner's watch and looks at it, see, and hopes. Damn watch. So silly and unnecessary.
O2's at 10, full-on in the red, and the crewman's calling for him to return. Garner pushes and pushes on the second wheel, eventually banging on it with the mallet, using the spanner as a lever. It's all very Star Trek, this, the low-tech solution to the high-tech problem with all the scientific yammering. I mean, I'm sure you actually have to do stuff like this on your modern-day aircraft carriers. Probably all the time with the ones that are FTL-endowed. A handy panel with three lights on it keeps flipping back and forth from green to red. "Flow! No flow!" Garner keeps pushing and pushing, and it creaks to green. Somehow, this stops the leak. Maybe that's...okay, I think that the leak is not the breach, but that the lack of coolant flow inside the manifolds is causing the buildup of heat and that's what's leaking. So by manually opening the two pipes up, the coolant is able to get in there, because before the usual manner of doing this was "choked." I assume that anybody else watching understood this immediately, but you know I'm no good at this kind of thing. "Machine. Hit the machine. Good machine or bad machine? Please fix my machine. It can fly!" The crewman outside shouts over and over for Garner to come back out of the place, because I guess they can't reopen the hatch for some reason, and of course, Garner is now dead. You could have said "No" to Adama, dude.
Hoshi reports that FTL is go and Apollo grabs the fucking watch: "Okay, commence jump prep. Bring our birds home." The Vipers all come in on upside down Pegasus on a central platform, so that half of them are landing upside down. It's cool-looking. Starbuck brings up the rear and once again yells over her shoulder at us, albeit this time upside down herself, "Nobody behind me but toasters!" She lands, all crazy with the sparks. "Now get us outta here!"
Hoshi reports that the air wing has come back in and the bay's secure, and Apollo orders the jump. Pegasus vanishes, and the Raiders freak out.