Later, in the briefing room, they're watching Starbuck's gun camera, which reveals a whole lot of nothing where a Heavy Raider's supposed to be. Athena's finally like, "We watched it twice already," but since she's classy she doesn't mention her robot eyeballs that are telling her in 1080p that there is no Heavy Raider. Starbuck says it must not be her gun camera film, but Athena points out that nobody else "pulled trigger" all day. And again: she refrains from saying that this was because there were no Cylons around to shoot at. Also the Raptor's dradis and Galactica's match up. Also no robots were around to show up on dradis. Starbuck snits at him that dradis is "wonky" near the planet, Karl, and Hotdog and Sharon are like, "Here we go." Apollo rushes in to say that maybe the Raider jumped away before she opened fire, which I guess is a clue about how the gun cameras work, and Racetrack isn't letting them off that easy: "Or maybe it never existed to begin with." What!? It totally didn't! Imaginary mongoose!
Episode Report CardJacob: B | 1756 USERS: B-
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