Trivia, Quotes, Notes and Allusions

Quotes (5)

  • Sam Adama: Someone tries to make you feel guilty, you figure out what they feel guilty about. You talk about that. Also, don't smoke. You know why? William Adama: Uh, because it's bad for you maybe? Sam Adama: No. Life's bad for you. You don't smoke because they can get genetic data off a cigarette butt now.

  • (When they are about to be arrested by the police) Sam Adama: Stick around! Stick around! If you run away, you're guilty of two things: the thing and the running away from the thing.

  • Daniel Graystone: Sudden death. Graystone steps up to the line and...(Throws a crumpled ball, but misses the goal) Graystone lines up the shot, sees the angle- (Throws another ball and this time makes the goal) Goal! What do you say to that Serge? We've been over this! Serge: The crowd goes frakking wild, sir. They're tearing the seats. It's bedlam. Daniel: Thank you! Thank you! Serge: They demand another hour of game time, sir.

  • Drew: Great piece of engineering. Philomon: Yeah, I know. She gives me the chills. Drew: (glares at Philomon) "She?" Dude, stop feminizing it. It's weird. It's unnatural. Philomon: I don't think there's anything wrong with feminizing it. Drew: Nothing wrong with it? It's not a person. It's useful. Just a tool.

  • Officer Mendez: So what are you doing, Sam? Running a criminal school? Sam: Yeah, you wanna join? Better pay, top benefits.

Notes (2)

  • Michael Eklund (Waylon) also played Prosna in the Battlestar Galactica miniseries.

  • Original International Air Dates: United Kingdom: February 9, 2010 on Sky1/Sky1 HD Spain: April 12, 2010 on SyFy

Trivia (2)

  • Goof: When Clarice Willow walks to the news stand, a New York lottery logo is in full view but partially obstructed by a sticker.

  • According to the official Caprica podcast, the bedroom scene between Daniel and Amanda Graystone is actually a composite of two separate scenes. Amanda's wardrobe actually changes between some shots.

Allusions (1)

  • There were clues in this episode which allude to the origins of the Cylons belief in One True All Knowing Loving God as described in Battlestar Galactica Re-imagined, specifically Zoe's avatar inside the Cylon body, the first intelligent robot, and she believes in the One True God so this is likely the origins of this belief for the Cylons in Battlestar Galactica Re-imagined.