Well, that was anti-climactic.
This post is probably going to be a series of random disconnected thoughts because I have neither the time nor the inclination for paragraph upon paragraph of that which is typically called squee.
Billy! Gaeta! Dee!!!!! I was happy to see these characters again.
Jamie was not looking his best in this episode - very believable it has to be said. And oh, how touching and sad was it that Lee gave up? I mean, guh! Poor Lee. His mindframe. Ugh. But Lee, we love you - including at least two of the other characters, and I'm sure many others have lustful thoughts - that's enough to live for, surely?
Cain bit the dust. I shall confess to feeling no remorse. Okay, so for a while there it looked like she was redeemable. And when you consider all of the tough things she has gone through, it begins to be easy to see why she got the way she was. But still. No remorse. Cain, you were an interesting character while you lasted.
Gaius is, well, Gaius.
Gina, on the other hand, is something else entirely. When it comes down to it, I'm really glad it was her and not Kara on Adama's orders.
Adama Sr/Roslin cuteness. So cute. So unbelievably cute, cute, cute.
I liked this episode, it was certainly less "these are the Cylons of our lives..." than the last one, but as I said in the beginning, it was a little anti-climactic. The way I see it is this; "complete this incredibly difficult mission to blow up the Resurrection? - okay, that's done - time for more character development", which, I admit, is usually why I like the show, but... big ship... big ship go bye bye, so quickly... and we didn't even see how many Leoben models there were.