While Felix was freeing Gaius from his cell, having disproved Shelly's photo manipulation -- "It was almost too easy, like she wanted to be found out," he said lovingly -- and Gaius was patting him gently on the leg, thinking nothing of it, Shelly and One were heading through the pilots' head, where a very deliberate penis could be seen in the forest of breasts and thighs. Shelly worried after the other Six, but One assured her she was fast. "She's almost beyond human," he marveled. High praise indeed; I guess she's Tough Six.
Everybody freaked out and yelled at everybody else about the disappearance of Shelly Godfrey, who faked the photo and vanished, and Bill just about shit a brick, staring at her glasses, still lying on the CIC bridge where she'd abandoned them. And moving down an abandoned corridor, One asked Shelly if they'd trashed Gaius's machine yet, but she wasn't sure. "Trying to make a guilty man look guilty. It should be so easy," he complained, and she shrugged. "We had to fake the evidence. Baltar, he helped us so much on Caprica..." One started to wig out about that, accusing her of getting "addicted" to him like Sarah did, and she stamps her foot. "I'm not addicted! Baltar's a brilliant man, yes, but you should've seen me. I was brutal with him, I pushed him!"
Shelly was adorable, not to mention hilarious, but One wasn't having it: "You pushed him. My dear, if you pushed him, you would have sent him through a wall." He pointed her to an airlock, and she begged him to wait, suddenly afraid. "I could blend into life on another ship... With another disguise..." She was afraid, suddenly, of losing this life; that only made him want her gone faster. Too close, again. Too many moving pieces. "And don't forget to give them our coordinates. I want this finished." She stood there -- you know how good an actress she is -- going through fifteen thoughts one by one, steeling herself, learning to hate him, learning to hate, and she pushed past him to the airlock hatch, and then she was gone.
Day 25, Kara was interrogating Leoben. "I see the truths that float past you in the stream," he said, trying to explain that love was all he knew. He began to smudge his blood along the desk; he nearly drew the first circle. "You have a real thing about rivers and streams, don't you? I think we should indulge you in your obsession," she said, nodding to the Marines, and they went out to get her waterboarding stuff. She sat down across from him, and he explained to her that she was in danger. "Do you realize I could kill you before they came back in the room? I could get to my feet, rip your skull from your spinal column, crash through that door. Kill the guard in less time than it has taken me to describe it to you." And why wasn't he, then? "It's not the time," he explained; she rolled her eyes and laughed. She thought he was bluffing, and bullshitting, until he did it.