It's Tyrol's turn at the podium, and he starts by saying, "Um," and then pausing for a while. He eventually says that they've found five detonation points inside the tank, and suspect that there's a sixth. He claims that, "due to the size of the residual scoring and the burn marks," he suspected that a G4 explosive had been used, and so he requested a check of the explosives aboard the Galactica. He nervously adds that, amazingly enough, the master-at-arms discovered that six detonators were missing. Adama immediately orders guards posted at all the small-arms lockers. Tyrol says that this has already been done, and that the master-at-arms is investigating who had access to the locker. He coughs and hesitates before adding, "Due to spotty record-keeping and lax internal security procedures since the attack, she believes that we may never know who took the detonators." Adama leans over and whispers something to the Prez. My guess: "The master-at-arms hasn't been cast yet, or she'd obviously be reporting this herself." Then Adama thanks Tyrol and says that everyone on the panel is free to go, except for Apollo, Tigh, and Baltar. Teacher's pets. The Prez doesn't move either, but then, she is the President. Once the others have gone, Adama says, "There is at least one Cylon aboard the Galactica."
Commercials. Sometimes I think that I never want Helo to get back to the Galactica, but he has to, because at some point he has to discover that all of his misadventures are because he nobly gave up his seat to the man who enabled the attack. And then, obviously, he'll go completely nuts, and spend four or five episodes living in the Galactica ducts, feasting on the bodies of the unwary. He could be like the anti-Baltar, actually, and lose his faith, and talk about existentialism and Nietzsche a lot.