After the credits, which I still love even though they are dorky in the same way that Babylon 5 is both embarrassingly dorky and loveable at the same time, there's a whole long shot of Willie going into a bookie joint with a box of lunch for some Tauron wiseguys. A song plays, which I love even though it is dorky in the way that all of the wannabe hardcore songs in this Kobol universe are long-hair/goatee/soft-rock dorky, which is called "Voices Of The Dead," which is remarkable for several reasons: One, it starts with a long ragtimey piano intro that dives into a cool beat at just the right moment in the tracking shot of Willie going through the door into the back area of the place; Two, part of it is rapping an ode in Ancient Greek such that the song goes "these are the voices of the dead" and then an actual song by dead people gets rapped; and Three, the rapping and yelling is the same guy that did "Watchtower", which was dorky/good exactly as per above, who is the brother of the wonderful man who does all the music on this show and many others, Bear McCrary, whom you also might not know is (Four) with the woman who sang the prayer in the BSG credits that I loved so much.
Among the wiseguys around the table are Duck, now called Francis, and apparently Prosna although I didn't recognize him. Francis gives Willie hell for taking so long with their burritos, and tells him to scat. One of the other ones asks Willie if he's lost, and Willie calls him a "funny guy," which makes them all oooh. I really like Willie. I like his complete disinterest in adult bullshit so, so much. It makes him such a stronger player in this half of the show, especially for such a small kid, than I was expecting. Joe could learn from him. And of course, I really love it because every woman or girl or daughter he will ever love will have the same fearless/insubordinate quality, which is why I will love them too.