Enjoyable episode in my opinion. A lot of information was disclosed, too. Centurions and Raiders first and foremost... I can't help but wonder what the Centurions' role will be in further episodes. If I'm not much mistaken, they are now on the same level as they were in the First Cylon War, so to whom do their allegiance belong to, and what motivates them?
Will they work for the three skinjobs that were against lobotomizing the Raiders? Or will they have their own agenda (to destroy humans? if not, what?) and they will only work with any skin jobs as long as their agendas match?
And what's up with the "no hurting their own", clearly the Centurions don't have much qualms about hurting the three skinjob models... although they did "hurt" the Raiders first.
Equipping a separate (volunteer-based) survey team to find a way to Earth based on Starbuck's gut feeling was, of course, the immediate solution to the dilemma of finding out what Starbuck's Adventure was about, without risking the safety of the whole fleet. Glad to see they finally figured it out...
Although, I so want to see Eddie Olmos say "It's a Trap!" in the Combat Information Center at least once in the series... :lol:
Questions answeres, and just as many answers questioned. I've liked the two episodes so far, and I don't agree with Lepton's analysis of acting and dialogue being weaker than before... different perhaps, but they have worked for me thus far. Though some of the dialogue was a bit hard to hear for some reason in this episode. Might be that English is not my native language.