An Argument Against Foxholes
Chief, surprisingly, says that he knew Jammer was being released because Boomer told him. (What if DEMAND LOVE is actually completely different from the Kill You With Kindness occupation? No, wait, because the Six that Gaius surrendered to was obviously the DEMAND LOVE Six from Caprica City. Dammit.) Anyway, that is awesome. I love that Chief and Boomer are talking -- working? -- together. I cannot wait to see more of that. I'm sure Cally would love it. She and Dualla could have little bitter parties about it. "Some skin job all over me about the Temple massacre, the weapons, who, what, where. You know, the usual stuff. Just like you'd expect." He confirms for Chief that he told Doral to go frack himself, which is... not true. They talk about how awesome the look on his face was, when this thing that didn't happen happened, and Jammer's like, "He was one pissed-off toaster," and I don't like this because it makes Chief look kinda dumb, or else he's not buying this story. It's complicated! The last thing you see in this scene is a NCP recruitment poster, though, so if Chief is paying attention to the camera work then he knows the truth.
Duck walks into his tent and slowly puts the altar back together. The last piece is the picture of him and Nora. He picks up an idol, presumably Aphrodite, and weeps for his wife and the child and the future that they never had, and the tenuous faith he never acted on. All gone forever.
TEN: Aries & Apollo
Raiders fly over New Caprica City as Nicholas Steven Tyrol -- with his parents, Jammer and Duck, and Jean standing by -- is dedicated to the service of Aries and Apollo. If I were a Colonist or a refugee baby, those would be my choice too. "May he prove worthy of their blessings, and those of mighty Zeus. So say we all." Everybody claps and the baby wets himself. Cally and Chief are very cute together, and then Duck interrupts everything and Chief's like, "Sorry, I have a baby. What do you want?"
Off on the side, Duck flashes Chief a NCP patch; predictably, this causes Chief to go nuts. "You're gonna work for the toasters after they killed Nora?" Duck figured out what Doral figured out but I was too dumb to figure out: that some motherfracker obviously snitched about the weapons stash in the Temple. "If I join them maybe I can find out who." Chief recognizes that this is dangerous work, and welcomes him to the fight. At no point does Chief show any surprise about how there's a stoolie in the Resistance, so again: is Chief being sketchy, or is Chief being dumb, or is Chief going double-agent on Duck and not trusting him but pretending that he's still in the Resistance? Duck and Jammer! You are confusing me! He tells him to be careful, and Duck leaves. I hope he is careful.