Caprica. Helo and Starbuck are taking their arrow out for an evening stroll. Hey, it's not raining! I guess Starbuck brought the sun with her. Helo suggests they trek out to an airbase and look for a Raptor. Starbuck non sequiturs that she expected to see "decaying corpses in the streets." Helo says that he and Boomer saw a few bodies, and starts to add, "Sharon said that --" Starbuck gives him a look, so Helo amends that to, "Cylon Sharon said they had troops picking up the bodies. Transporting them to mass incinerators." How tidy of them. Starbuck snarks that Helo's girlfriend comes form a lovely family, and her passive-aggression prompts Helo to go on a tirade about how Boomer fooled him, but he doesn't care. Or something. He concludes, "I fell in love with a machine. That's stupid. So just call me an idiot, and let's be done with it." Starbuck, naturally, says that he's an idiot. But then she concedes, "The Cylons have a way of making all of us look like idiots." Well, that was heartwarming. They walk on, and then Starbuck pushes open a door and enters a building. Helo asks what she's doing, and Starbuck says she has to pick something up. Helo insists that they should keep moving, but Starbuck explains, "I got a place here."
CIC. Gaeta tells Tigh that he's got people cleaning the Cylon virus out of the computers, "but it'll be at least an hour before [they] can restore main power." Kelly reports that the few Marines on board are assembling at checkpoints. Tigh asks where the Cylons are, and Kelly reports that they're in two groups: "One moving forward --" Tigh chimes in, "And one moving aft." Kelly looks amazed at Tigh's brilliant deduction. Really, how else would that sentence end? "One moving forward, and one spinning around in circles"? Tigh goes on to say that he's seen this strategy before, and points out the Cylon targets on their groovy console map. Gaeta looks at Tigh's scribbles and asks, "Secondary damage control and auxiliary fire control, sir?" Tigh explains that the Cylons are planning to vent everyone on board into space. Then they'll take over the ship's guns and wipe out the rest of the fleet. Kelly stares around like, "Golly, that's a pretty good plan!" Kelly is starting to remind me of Gomer Pyle.