My deepest suspicions are confirmed - the cylons wanted to find earth. Of course, this wasn't an original concept of mine, and nor was it borne out of complete imagination - they've been hinting this all along, but still, now it's explicit, out there - the cylons want to kill us all.
Important things of note - Boomer's "And you wanted to know why?" to Bill. What. the. hell? That just raises question after niggling question, especially as immediately after she "saves" him from Meyers... I mean, why the hell should he believe her after she just asked "and you wanted to know why?" Huh?
Next question - and usually I'll give this over to suspension of disbelief, but how exactly did they get from the Tomb of Athena to the Galactica? Really? As much as I loved the quick shift, and yeah it's nice they don't dumb everything down for the viewer, that tiny bit of information as to how they got out of that constellation wonderland would have been appreciated, by me at the very least.
Lee and Bill made me squeal in fannish delight. Nick will testify to this by the way, he was sitting right next to me when I yelled "hug him, g'arn" and later "EEEEEEEE!" Hahahaha. His eardrums may never be the same again. That was gorgeous, totally and wonderfully gorgeous.
Also - Billy and Roslin. Oooh, ahhh. I love their relationship.
I really adored Six messing with Gaius. I'm impressed with Tricia Helfer's acting... she delivered those lines as a Six-Starbuck amalgam very well. I knew as soon as she switched that she was not a fractured splinter of Gaius' subconscious. It was nicely played.
In summary - many good things happened in this episode. I enjoyed it. I have lots of questions for what's to come.