Starbuck is lying in bed. Her jacket hangs on a chair next to a desk in the mostly bare room. There's a cracked mirror on the foot of the bed, which will be important later. Someone tries to dab a cloth on her forehead without messing up the bruise makeup, and says, "Shh." Starbuck looks up to see Rick Worthy smiling at her. He tells her that she's in an aid hospital, and was brought in yesterday. He introduces himself as Simon. Starbuck says that her name is Kara Thrace, and Simon makes a note in a file before going to check on her IV. Starbuck grimaces in pain, and asks who brought her in. Simon says, "This big guy named Anders. Used to be a pyramid player, if you can believe that." Starbuck smiles and asks where Anders is. Simon hesitates for a moment before telling her that Anders is dead: "I thought he was only slightly wounded. Turns out a piece of shrapnel had nicked his aorta." He looks at her sympathetically, and then leaves. Starbuck's face crumples up as she cries.
Commercials. Moore says that he expected the audience to figure Simon for a Cylon. Basically, he just wanted to make you wonder a tiny bit. Which I think works reasonably well, but mainly because of the show's basic screwiness. I have no problem believing that they could do this same set-up except that just as Starbuck's about to attack her doctor, Helo pops in and says, "Stop, these are the good guys, for real!" The only problem is that they just used that idea last week, with Starbuck and Helo versus the Resistance. If not for that, I'd have been a lot more ready to believe that this episode was going to be about the Cylons making everyone crazy with paranoia.