Written by Patrick Massett and John Zinman
Directed by Jonas Pate
Lacy finds herself in too deep;
takes drastic steps to regain his company; Clarice takes action while
Amanda considers her options.
Read the Syfy synopsis of this episode at the Internet Archive
At 1:33 on the DVD, an Intersun Luxury Liner is seen flying over
Caprica Spaceport. This is similar (or even the same) as the
luxury liner model which becomes Colonial One, the home
and offices of President Laura Roslin in BSG2000. In BSG2000
episodes, the CGI exterior shots of Colonial One have Intersun
painted on the hull, just as this one does, but interior crew
uniform patches read "Eversun" instead. It's not clear which is
the real company name of the luxury line service; personally, I
prefer Intersun, as it suggests a line that travels among the
several suns and orbiting worlds of the Twelve Colonies (as in
"interstate" and "international"), but some fans prefer Eversun,
as that name is seen more frequently on crew uniforms throughout
the BSG2000 episodes. A couple of ships that look similar to the
Olympic Carrier from the BSG2000 episode "33" are also
seen docked at the port.
Barnabas' cell stages a bombing of the Caprica Inter-Colonial
Spaceport (the sign is seen at 3:21 on the DVD). Agent Duram
also refers to it as Trojan Spaceport. Below the
spaceport sign are the letters CCX. This is presumably the
spaceport code, similar to the airport codes on our own modern
day Earth. According to the
Battlestar Wiki, scenes at the spaceport were filmed at
University in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada, with some
exterior architecture from the
International Airport in South Korea.
The bridge seen at 10:12 on the DVD is the bridge at which
Amanda attempted to jump to her death, Pantheon Bridge, in
"End of Line".
At 12:01 on the DVD, the employee file of one Lillian Teller is
seen. Apparently, she is a director at Graystone Industries. She
lives at 435 E. Elm Street, Caprica City, phone number N97 T64
89. She previously worked for Hawryliw Robotics Inc. (a nod to
the show's property master, Ken Hawryliw).
At 14:32 on the DVD, Amanda dreams of Zoe's eyes turning red and
the familiar Cylon hum is heard. Does she subconsciously suspect
that the Zoe avatar was part of the U-87 robot? Or is it a
prescient dream of the coming Cylons?
At 17:30 on the DVD, the weather forecast shows what seem to be the same days of the
week we use here on Earth.
At 17:35 on the DVD, notice that the Picon engagement necklace
being sold on CSN has a pendant featuring the engraving of two
fish, the Zodiacal symbol associated with the constellation
The TV game show at 17:42 on the
DVD presents a better image of
the cubit sign (analogous to the
dollar sign) than we've seen
previously. (The game show set
looks pretty cheesy though!)
The parking garage at 23:07 on the DVD is an actual parking
structure off Broughton Street in Vancouver, Canada where the
series was shot.
Daniel reads a copy of the Caprican Tribune at 23:11 on
the DVD. This same issue of the newspaper also appears in a
newspaper machine days later in "Blowback"!
(Photo of the prop newspaper from
At 23:55 on the DVD, in the flashback scene of Daniel visiting
Amanda in the hospital, notice that she is sucking on an unlit
cigarette. I suppose they wouldn't let her light up in a
At 26:30 on the DVD, as Duram and Clarice talk in the rain,
notice that a billboard for Backtalk
with Baxter Sarno is seen in the background.
As Duram talks to Amanda at 30:56 on the DVD, notice that two
people standing in the background are wearing holobands.
Notice that Duram has trouble with his umbrella throughout the
episode, yet he struggles through the rain anyway. It is
symbolic of his non-stop effort to expose and take down the
people behind the STO.
An old-timey looking television is seen in Clarice's cabin at
35:32 on the DVD.
At 36:54 on the DVD, a holo-ad
for what appears to be a strip
joint is seen, Pink Moon. A Club Pink Moon
is also seen on Picon in The
holo-ad as it appears in the
Barnabas survive the bomb? We'll never know for sure because the
series was cancelled by Syfy before the first season had even completed
its run. Allegedly, the producers have said they would have
brought him back if the series had continued.