Mar-Beth catches Amanda spying on Clarice -- who is meeting with her confessor in the Matrix and trying to get ahold of Zoë's infinity pin containing Resurrection, which is in GDD evidence -- and when sour old Mar-Beth asks her what she's doing, Amanda immediately starts saying she's not spying, just concerned: Possibly Clarice is "using" again. As in, Amanda smoked hash with her in a bicurious fashion a few days before her descent into madness and eventual suicide attempt. Mar-Beth assures Amanda that she knows her wife better than anybody, and also to go fuck herself.
Amanda apologizes to Jordan for getting caught, but is optimistic that Mar-Beth maybe kinda believed her about the relapse situation. Her new bright idea is to bug Clarice's room because she still subvocalizes when she's using her holoband, because old people don't know how to use iPods right. Of course, Jordan Duram has seen The Wire and knows that you have to do due diligence and chain-of-custody type things when you're doing this, and he's already as far off the reservation as he can be without turning into some kind of Harvey Keitel sort, but maybe he can find a way to get Amanda a bug ("Warrants are overrated anyway") without totally screwing his investigation. That is, if time weren't already ticking on the GDD mole that will soon, obviously, even he knows this, be taking his ass out cold.
Porky Pig-talking, Monad-sympathizing Singh immediately knows that Jordan's got a CI somewhere in the STO, and thus now he has two problems: Calm Jordan down, and get this mole murderated. He demands to see all of Jordan's current files, and Jordan says no, and you are not the boss of me: Caprica is the boss of me and the people of Caprica. I think Lee Adama would have been a happier boy if his dad had been more like Jordan Duram and less like any of a number of Willies. Hell, I think his dad would have been better off as a Duram. For a show with no moral center, or more to the point with an infinity of fucked-up moral centers, Jordan still manages to be both the least and most trustworthy person, but this is in no small part actually due to his total racism. Regardless, "I work for [Caprica]" is about the sexiest thing a cop can say to his boss, on any planet.
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.