All of the various thug crews in attendance pledge allegiance to the Adamas, due to how the Guatrau killed their kid, which breaks some Klingon rule of honor or something. Then Fiddy shows up looking damned sorry about all this, but pleads under right of penthos, grief, to have her say without being killed in turn. She is unarmed; Ruth spits all kinds of Tauron culture in her face and it's hardcore. Anyway, Fidelia is there of course to bring her father's deepest sorrow for their loss and then, essentially, call it even-stevens. No more trying to kill your whole family, my bad.
No hard feelings, dudes. Sorry about killing your kid, five minutes after somebody killed your other kid, and then she shot herself in front of you, and then she shot you. If it were anybody else I would say at some point you have got to hit a wall on misery. But not Joe. Not old Joseph Adama. Feeling horrible is his absolute specialty. See, it all goes back to this one time he saw his mom get raped while his brother was shooting their dad in the face.
Sam on the other hand is not about feeling sad, he's about beating people to death with their own belongings. He starts out slapping Fiddy with her own fists and swinging her around by the hair, and finally they get her away from him long enough for another private meeting with Poor Bastard Joe. She's like, "Look, Yusif. Obviously mistakes were made. Frankly, everybody liked Willie way more than my dad." So then, would she be interested in backing a war against the Guatrau? Since he's selling out the Taurons and giving bombs to terrorists and killing little kids? Maaaaybe. But you know Fiddy, and I admire this about her, she plays shit close. She doesn't like to talk about what you're actually talking about.
"Helping our people is more important than money. The older generation, they don't always get that." But like if she gets him to send some cash and robots back home, everybody will chill out. (Leaving out how he's actually supporting the corrupt dictator back home, but admittedly I may have made that part up.) That is, unless Joe decides to go buckwild and destroy their entire, like, culture. Which by the look in his eyes, he might consider. Hardworking people will die, lose their livelihoods, whatever. Even Joe can imagine that "one small life" isn't worth all that collateral damage, can't he? Especially considering what a dud his kid was? "You know, in the space of a few months I lost my wife, my daughter, and my son." Plus my marbles. He agrees to a sitdown with the G-Man, and but then they have a secret meeting inside their secret meeting that we don't get to find out about quite yet.