An Argument Against Foxholes
Oh, here's one: They talk about celery. Nora and Cally have a conversation about celery, and Goodwife Duck says she got Goodwife Tyrol some celery, and Goodwife Tyrol says "Thanks!" and then somebody starts shouting at the Cylons outside that they are "infidels," and Doral, outside, tells him to shut it, and then Nora and Cally run out of the Temple, but then Nora has to run back inside for the celery, and then she dies horribly, and then there's just her dead hand, covered in blood, holding a stalk of celery. I don't think it's supposed to be funny.
FIVE: Duck Has A Crisis With Some Celery
Cally brings Nora's bag of celery to Duck's tent, and sits beside him on the bed. Chief and Jammer loiter near the tent flap. Cally tells him Nora didn't say anything, because she died horribly fast, but on the upside, she didn't suffer. Cally and Duck are both very good in this scene, as usual. Duck barfs, and Cally tries to comfort him. He rues the whole thing about how she asked him to come to Temple and he wouldn't go with her, and there's not much to say to that beyond the fact that he wouldn't have been able to help in any way. "Could have died with her," Duck murmurs, and Jammer starts in with that "will of the Gods" shit, which always sounds like a good idea inside your head but is NEVER a good idea to say out loud, which Duck proves impressively by wigging out and suggesting that the Gods go fuck themselves, since they're the ones that killed her. (Still not true.) He smashes their house altar, and grabs a picture of the two of them, whirling on Chief.
"Were there guns at the temple?" Chief wriggles around the question and says it doesn't matter, because the toasters thought there were. And then she pulled a stalk of celery on them, and it all went to hell. Chief finally admits that they were grossly hiding weapons in the Temple, and Duck tells him to leave. Jammer stays behind to spread some more cheer, and Duck tells him loudly to leave as well. Cally takes off, too, and Duck continues to stare at the picture.