They hold onto each other, as much as they can in there. Once they realized it was an adoption, they both relaxed into it. A girl needs a mother, a mother needs her girl. They can talk about Zoë and not feel weird about it, because she isn't replaceable: Amanda won't fill the whole she left in Zoë's heart, and Zoë can't fill Amanda's either. It's not an approximation, it's something entirely new. Built on the strongest ground there is: They're the only people that loved her as much as the other, the way they loved her. Like a mother, like a daughter. They're the only ones that understand her in that way. Daniel was afraid of her and fiercely proud of her, but that's not a mother's love. Or a daughter's.
And not for nothing, but this Zoë is about one billion times better than the dead one anyway, which certainly must have crossed Amanda's mind at some point tonight.
Amanda's ripped out of her daughter's arms and into the real world: Gara Singh, playing fast and loose with holoband safety specs. "No outside communication allowed," he grunts; he has no idea they were sitting exactly where she's sitting now. That the band is now, can only ever be from now on, a picture of the world. An augmented overlay that puts Zoë back in the house, nothing more.
"Amanda Graystone, Daniel Graystone, you are under arrest for high crimes against the people of Caprica..." Amanda nods, because obviously this is what Jordan was talking about when he said the GDD was full of STO dicks. Singh's men "find" a list of STO contacts, and Daniel gets so mad he starts laughing. And then all of a sudden, Cyrus is holding a gun -- apparently this is another situation where Murphy thought we needed some "butching up" -- and ordering the GDD to let them go. So that's how they get away: The same exact thing that happened eleven times last week. What would rich white people do without everybody else? Turns out everybody else can be really helpful, when you're a rich white person. I guess that can be kinda hard to remember.
Poor dead Willie's having some gross Tauron wake, and they're talking about how he was on the shortcut to thugging out, already cheating at triad with the Goldie's crew, cute thug shit like that. Ruth is taking it hard, because he was well on his way to being awful in the same way she is. (Also, without him there's not really a reason for her to be here, but we'll chalk that up to Tauron culture too. Like she's Joseph's family now, like that whole thing in the Bible with Naomi and Ru... Ah. Do go on.)