Commercials. Moore says that Helo's story will eventually illuminate what the Cylons are trying to do. Hmm.
Tigh and Ellen are still roaming the Galactica. I like the way they're mirroring Helo and Boomer. Only with less splashing and more glugging. Tigh insists, "Don't you worry, I'll get us home." Ellen sniffs, "Oh, yeah, right! Just like [Adama's] getting us to Earth." Heh. They come upon a little painter's scaffold in the corridor, and Ellen climbs up onto it. As she whoops that Adama doesn't know where earth is, Ellen holds onto the top of the scaffold and swings her legs up over Tigh's shoulders. Oh my. Tigh giggles, "You don't have to yell it through the hall!" Which is particularly funny to me, because it suggests that he thinks Adama's lying, too. Ellen, of course, reacts by shouting, "Bill Adama doesn't know where Earth is!" in a sing-song way. And then Baltar appears, looking remarkably sane compared to these two. Baltar greets Tigh, who has to peer over his wife's thigh to spot Baltar. The Tighs attempt to assume a slightly more dignified position, and Ellen sits down on the scaffolding. Baltar starts to introduce himself, but Ellen interrupts, "I know exactly who you are. And the pleasure's all mine." They shake hands, and Six leans in from behind Baltar to say, "Something here, isn't there?" Ellen teases Baltar, "You're still holding my ha-aand..." Baltar smarms that, actually, Ellen is still holding on to his hand, at which point Tigh pulls Ellen's hand away and grumbles, "I'm watching you. Both of you!" Six says, " You should be watching her," and it's not quite clear whom she's talking to. Which is nice. Ellen clings to a markedly less cheerful Tigh and invites Baltar to join them for a nightcap. Assuming they can ever find Tigh's quarters, of course. Baltar checks his watch dramatically and says that he'd love to. And then there's an announcement over the PA asking Baltar to report to the lab. Exit a very disappointed Baltar.