CIC. Dualla patches Crashdown through over the speakers. Crashdown rather informally reports, "It's time to break out the swim trunks because we found water!" There's the obligatory applause in CIC, and Adama tells Dualla that he wants to transmit a message to the fleet. His big speech winds up being, "Attention, this is the commander. We have found water." I guess he saves the more insightful speeches for private conferences with the Prez. With that out of the way, he tells the CIC crew, "Let's go have a drink." Tigh's like, "Way ahead of you! Oh, you meant a drink of water. Okay, that, too."
Back on the Raptor, Crashdown tells Boomer that he could hear the crew screaming in the background. Happily, I assume. Or maybe he picked up a broadcast from those ever-present riots by mistake. Boomer looks down and suddenly sees the bomb by her chair. She looks...well, kind of embarrassed, honestly. "Me and my suicidal urges," she sighs, before reaching down to turn it off.
Caprica. Boomer injects herself while Helo manfully shoulders the burden of exposition by saying, "Careful with that needle -- we're running low on anti-radiation meds." Wow, that was clunky. They've built a fire and are eating. After some lighthearted banter about how their rations won't last long, Helo asks why Boomer came back for him: "You disobeyed orders. Flew back into this hellhole. I mean, not that I don't appreciate it, but why?" Boomer replies, "I just couldn't leave you behind. Let's leave it at that." It's a lame answer, but it's also a lame question. I guess Helo was hoping for a romantic declaration of some kind, because otherwise, why would you ask that? There's silence for a moment, which is interrupted by a burst of noise from the radio. And Morse code. Or possibly Moore's code. Helo identifies it as a Colonial Fleet signal, but says that he can't decode it. Presumably because it's too fuzzy and not because he's just a goober. He adds, "It means there's someone!" Boomer gleefully bleats, "Someone!" and then pauses slightly, and I think that's all she's going to say and laugh for a while. But actually, what she says is, "Someone in the military is still somewhere live and kicking here in Caprica!" They cackle and hug, and of course the hug goes on a little too long before Boomer pulls back. Helo stares at her for a second, and then looks at the fire and observes, "Now all we have to do is find them."