So we've got parallels, and parallels, all of which are awesome, even if they're built of the usual pointless father/son crap. Lee looks like his grandfather, whom his dad hates for being a lawyer, just like Romo, who was mentored and alienated by Joseph, just like Bill, who was never present for Lee, just like Joseph, for Bill. One generation passeth away, and another generation cometh: but the Earth abideth for ever. There's a division right now in the Fleet and in their military, and in the hearts of our crew, between what's just and what's right: between service and government. There's a division right now within Lee, who's disallowed from taking part in the trial because he's the CAG and disallowed from being the CAG because his sister died, and who now is the head of a Marine security detail: between service and governance lies justice. But Romo Lampkin has already pointed out that becoming Joseph is the best revenge, since Lee and Joseph always did get along: Lee knows Roslin's side of things better than anybody, he's always been the one standing between the two halves of this show. The strings are all there, in place, and Lee's hanging in space now that she's gone, waiting for somebody to start pulling them again. For somebody to tell him who to be now.
Episode Report CardJacob Clifton: B- | 1322 USERS: B-
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