So the Guatrau is selling Daniel's Cylons offworld, but not -- as Sam would like -- to the Tauron resistance. No, he's selling them to the moneyed STO Vatican on Gemenon, of course, because they are ready to roll. Sam has the obligatory freak out about this, but Joe is strangely chill about it. Which, you can't count on Joe Adama for shit, but given the fact that they killed his daughter -- and, I suppose, his wife although you'd never know -- it does seem strange the degree of equanimity about this particular corruption. Sam calls him out and Joe tells him to hush, so he runs and Daniel takes over yelling at Joe.
Not about the obvious moral issues, but about what it says about his business, of course. Danny Boy tells Joe he wants an audience with the Godfather so that he can make up some new crazy lie and get them to stop selling his robots to the crazy-pants STO and thus save his own ass from once again being associated with them. Nobody points out to Daniel that he is also asking politely to be murdered by the Guatrau, because it goes without saying, but Daniel doesn't know that because he is kind of a racist about the Mob and he won't actually believe they're dangerous until they actually follow for once through on their constant complicated plans to kill his family members.
There is a very long, fairly phenomenal sequence on the Gemenon shuttle that is so much about atmosphere and ambience that I'm not sure I can get it across in words. All the kids are handcuffed hostages of the Polys, and they're all screaming about religious warfare and the politics of belief and meanwhile Odin and Lacy are being amazing, quietly, getting ready to do something that will be awesome when they get around to it. They take the children in the back one by one and shoot them in the head, and there are last-minute conversions and some truly beautiful moments of martyrdom as one by one the children decide which side they are on. It's hard to sell martyrdom, inherently retarded as it is, but somehow the scene manages to do it. The strength, and the holy light in their eyes.