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| Guests=[[Michelle Forbes]]<br>als Admiral [[Helena Cain|Cain]]
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== Überblick ==
 
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:''The battlestars ''Galactica''  and ''Pegasus''  engage in [[Battle of the Resurrection Ship|an all-out battle]] to destroy the Cylon “Resurrection” ship.''
:''The battlestars ''Galactica''  and ''Pegasus''  engage in [[Attack on the Resurrection Ship|an all-out battle]] to destroy the Cylon “Resurrection” ship.''
 
  
 
== Summary ==
 
== Summary ==
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*The episode begins in a forward-flashback (as did "[[Act of Contrition]]"), as viewers see [[Lee Adama]] floating in a planetary body of water. He sees something approaching him—it is a Cylon [[Raider]] with a [[Viper (RDM)|Viper]] in hot pursuit, and we return to reality to see Apollo floating in space in his ejection seat.
 
*The episode begins in a forward-flashback (as did "[[Act of Contrition]]"), as viewers see [[Lee Adama]] floating in a planetary body of water. He sees something approaching him—it is a Cylon [[Raider]] with a [[Viper (RDM)|Viper]] in hot pursuit, and we return to reality to see Apollo floating in space in his ejection seat.
 
*A title card, "48 Hours Earlier," appears, setting the stage before Apollo's dream.  [[Kara Thrace]] asks [[Lee Adama]] for backup on her mission to assassinate Admiral Cain. Adama accepts, and reassures Thrace of the importance of trust as he embraces her.
 
*A title card, "48 Hours Earlier," appears, setting the stage before Apollo's dream.  [[Kara Thrace]] asks [[Lee Adama]] for backup on her mission to assassinate Admiral Cain. Adama accepts, and reassures Thrace of the importance of trust as he embraces her.
*[[Karl Agathon|Helo]] and [[Galen Tyrol]] are bound and beaten in the brig by upset ''[[Pegasus (RDM)|Pegasus]]'' officers, aided again by their [[Colonial Marine Corps|marines]], until Executive officer [[Jack Fisk]] arrives to break it up.
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*[[Karl Agathon|Helo]] and [[Galen Tyrol]] are bound and beaten in the brig by upset ''[[Pegasus (RDM)|Pegasus]]'' officers, aided again by their [[Colonial Marine Corps|Marines]], until Executive officer [[Jack Fisk]] arrives to break it up.
 
*[[Helena Cain]] and [[Kara Thrace]] have a drink together, and Cain asks Thrace to promise not to flinch when she has to commit a "terrible sin."
 
*[[Helena Cain]] and [[Kara Thrace]] have a drink together, and Cain asks Thrace to promise not to flinch when she has to commit a "terrible sin."
 
*Lieutenant Lee Adama makes a courier run to ''Galactica'', taking the opportunity to ask his father about Thrace's special mission. [[William Adama|Commander Adama]] is uninterested in discussing the issue, but young Adama is surprised to know that President [[Laura Roslin|Roslin]] is involved in the assassination plot.
 
*Lieutenant Lee Adama makes a courier run to ''Galactica'', taking the opportunity to ask his father about Thrace's special mission. [[William Adama|Commander Adama]] is uninterested in discussing the issue, but young Adama is surprised to know that President [[Laura Roslin|Roslin]] is involved in the assassination plot.
 
*Thrace and ''[[Pegasus (RDM)|Pegasus]]''  XO Jack Fisk both prepare for their assassination missions, as well as the attack on the Resurrection Ship.
 
*Thrace and ''[[Pegasus (RDM)|Pegasus]]''  XO Jack Fisk both prepare for their assassination missions, as well as the attack on the Resurrection Ship.
* Before Commander Adama proceeds with his assassination plan on Cain, he solicits advice from the cooperative copy of [[Sharon Valerii (Caprica copy)|Sharon Valerii]], asking her why the Cylons hate humanity as they do. She reminds him of a portion of his decommissioning speech ([[Miniseries]]), asking whether humanity has asked ''itself'' if it is deserving to survive despite its failings.
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* Before Commander Adama proceeds with his assassination plan on Cain, he solicits advice from the cooperative Cylon captive, [[Sharon Agathon]], asking her why the Cylons hate humanity as they do. She reminds him of a portion of his decommissioning speech ([[Miniseries]]), asking whether humanity has asked ''itself'' if it is deserving to survive despite its failings.
*The [[Resurrection Ship]] and at least one [[Basestar_(RDM)|basestar]] are destroyed by the Colonials. [[Image:Ep212battle.jpg|thumb|right|200px|Cylon basestar under assault]]
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*The [[Resurrection Ship]] and at least one [[Basestar_(RDM)|basestar]] are destroyed by the Colonials.
 
*During the battle, the [[Blackbird]] is successful in disabling the Resurrection Ship.  While escaping, the Blackbird is heavily damaged when it crashes into a disabled Raptor.  Lieutenant Adama is able to eject in time as the Blackbird is destroyed.
 
*During the battle, the [[Blackbird]] is successful in disabling the Resurrection Ship.  While escaping, the Blackbird is heavily damaged when it crashes into a disabled Raptor.  Lieutenant Adama is able to eject in time as the Blackbird is destroyed.
 
*Floating in space, Apollo's [[flight suit]] springs a leak. Communications officer [[Anastasia Dualla|Dualla]] tries frantically to contact him, but Apollo does not respond by choice. Later he releases the last of the air in his [[flight suit]] and says, "I'm sorry, Kara," losing consciousness just as a [[SAR]] Raptor appears in the nick of time to save him.
 
*Floating in space, Apollo's [[flight suit]] springs a leak. Communications officer [[Anastasia Dualla|Dualla]] tries frantically to contact him, but Apollo does not respond by choice. Later he releases the last of the air in his [[flight suit]] and says, "I'm sorry, Kara," losing consciousness just as a [[SAR]] Raptor appears in the nick of time to save him.
*[[Gaius Baltar]]'s feelings for [[Number Six]] transfer to the copy named [[Gina]], who is tangible and more ''human'' than his  internal Number Six. He repeats to Gina a story told to him by Six about going to watch [[Pyramid (RDM)|pyramid]] games, finally taking her hands in his as Baltar's internal Six disappears in sadness. As Gina senses the destruction of the Resurrection Ship, she takes a sidearm from a marine she kills, with Baltar's help, and asks Baltar to kill her, noting that suicide is a sin. Baltar refuses, gives her the sidearm, and tells her she needs justice, ostensibly referring to Admiral Cain and her tyranny.
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*[[Gaius Baltar]]'s feelings for [[Number Six]] transfer to the copy named [[Gina]], who is tangible and more ''human'' than his  internal Number Six. He repeats to Gina a story told to him by Six about going to watch [[Pyramid (RDM)|pyramid]] games, finally taking her hands in his as Baltar's internal Six disappears in sadness. As Gina senses the destruction of the Resurrection Ship, she takes a sidearm from a Marine she kills, with Baltar's help, and asks Baltar to kill her, noting that suicide is a sin. Baltar refuses, gives her the sidearm, and tells her she needs justice, ostensibly referring to Admiral Cain and her tyranny.
 
*[[William Adama]] and [[Helena Cain]] both speak over [[wireless]] to conspirators [[Jack Fisk]] and [[Kara Thrace]], respectively, but neither commander gives the order to assassinate the other.
 
*[[William Adama]] and [[Helena Cain]] both speak over [[wireless]] to conspirators [[Jack Fisk]] and [[Kara Thrace]], respectively, but neither commander gives the order to assassinate the other.
*After the battle, Gina shoots and kills [[Helena Cain|Admiral Cain]] in the admiral's quarters. Cain is challenging to the last, unregretful of the treatment that Gina has been given. Gina soon [[Demand Peace|disappears]] from ''Pegasus.''
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*After the battle, Gina shoots and kills [[Helena Cain|Admiral Cain]] in the admiral's quarters. Cain is challenging to the last, unregretful of the treatment that Gina has been given. Gina soon disappears from ''Pegasus.''
 
*At Cain's funeral, Kara Thrace speaks admiringly of her, saying the Fleet would have been safer with her than it is without her. This statement raises a stare from Commander Adama.
 
*At Cain's funeral, Kara Thrace speaks admiringly of her, saying the Fleet would have been safer with her than it is without her. This statement raises a stare from Commander Adama.
 
*As Lee Adama confides to Thrace that he didn't want to survive the mission, [[Anastasia Dualla]] stands outside Adama's quarters eavesdropping, visibly worried about young Adama.
 
*As Lee Adama confides to Thrace that he didn't want to survive the mission, [[Anastasia Dualla]] stands outside Adama's quarters eavesdropping, visibly worried about young Adama.
*Battlestar ''[[Pegasus (RDM)|Pegasus]]'' and her crew remain in the Fleet, with [[William Adama]] becoming an admiral to command both battlestars. After receiving new admiral's insignia from [[Laura Roslin]], he gives her a brief but affectionate kiss, to the smiles of both.
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*''[[Pegasus (RDM)|Pegasus]]'' and her crew remain in the Fleet, with [[William Adama]] becoming an admiral to command both battlestars. After receiving new admiral's insignia from [[Laura Roslin]], he gives her a brief but affectionate kiss, to the smiles of both.
 
*Laura Roslin is now visibly weakened by her fight with cancer, and her composure and strength are failing. Her end appears near.
 
*Laura Roslin is now visibly weakened by her fight with cancer, and her composure and strength are failing. Her end appears near.
  
== Questions ==
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[[Image:Ep212battle.jpg|thumb|right|200px|Cylon basestar under assault]]
* Adama had the first opportunity to implement his "plan" on Admiral Cain.  Why didn't he?  Did [[Sharon Valerii (Caprica copy)|Sharon Valerii]]'s earlier comments about humanity not deserving to survive have something to do with that?
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::Adama's remarks to Starbuck, that it is not enough to survive, but be worthy of survival, seem to point to this.
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:::Did [[Helena_Cain|Admiral Cain's]] actions (such as the cannibalism of [[Pegasus_(RDM)|Pegasus']] civilian fleet) necessarily justify her worthiness?  Did [[William_Adama|Adama]] realize that he didn't have the right to make that judgement?
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::::Adama may have come to the conclusion that by murdering Cain he would become just like Cain and therefor not worthy of survival himself. If survival requires to become like Cain that may be a price to high to pay for him.
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== Notes ==
* Why did Cain not issue the order for Adama's execution? Was it a change of heart? Or did she suspect that her life was in jeopardy by Thrace?
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*Vireem and Gage's beating of Tyrol and Helo with bars of soap stuffed inside towels used as slings is an homage to the Stanley Kubrick film "[[Wikipedia:Full_Metal_Jacket|Full Metal Jacket]]", in which a similar thing happens to "Pvt. Pyle" in the Marine barracks at night. RDM points this out himself in the podcast. This is known as a "blanket party," where all the members of the squad take part so that the person who is "disciplined" cannot single any one out as the attacker.
* Subsequent to [[Gina]] killing of Cain, Gina disappears from ''Pegasus'' and Colonial military imprisonment (as promised by Baltar).  Where is she being hidden? ([[Epiphanies|Answer]])
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*Apollo was demoted to Lieutenant by Cain when she revoked his flight status. At the beginning of Part I, he is referred to as "Captain", but after Cain mentions that she revoked his flight status, Adama addresses his son as "Lieutenant".  The official Scifi.com website was updated the week after this episode aired showing the new ranks of characters--Captain Kara Thrace, Admiral William Adama--but it also was changed to list Lee Adama as a Lieutenant.
* [[Gaius Baltar|Baltar]] hands Gina a weapon in the ante-room of the ''Pegasus'' brig. Would a high-security area be equipped with surveillance cameras? Has Baltar disappeared as well?
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*Apollo's experience of ejecting in the middle of the battle and watching it unfold around him is, according to the podcast, based on the real life experience of Ensign [[Wikipedia:George H. Gay, Jr.|George Gay]] during the [[Wikipedia:Battle of Midway|Battle of Midway]].  George Gay's plane was shot down and he witnessed the entire battle while floating in the ocean.
*We only saw one basestar destroyed—was the other destroyed, or was it able to jump away with the surviving Raiders and support ships?
 
* Is Lee Adama becoming depressed and unable to command his pilots?
 
* How will ''Pegasus'' resources be used throughout the Fleet?
 
* How many new Viper squadrons and pilots have been added to the Fleet?
 
* How will Adama deal with the mob-level brutality that appears throughout ''Pegasus''?
 
* How closely have the Cylons studied the memories of "Boomer" Valerii aboard ''Galactica'', and the other [[Cylon agent|spies]] in the Fleet?
 
* How will Kara Thrace's comments at Cain's funeral affect her relationship with now-Admiral Adama?
 
* In "[[Resistance (episode)|Resistance]]", Baltar forces "Boomer" Valerii into revealing that eight Cylons are still in the [[The Fleet (RDM)|Fleet]]. However, this obviously does not take into account the introduction of ''Pegasus''. Thus, are there any more Cylon agents are aboard ''Pegasus''? If so, what do they number?
 
:Will these agents be far more careful in what they do, knowing that resurrection is no longer possible?
 
* Will another [[Blackbird]] be constructed?
 
* Will Adama stay aboard ''[[Galactica_(RDM)|Galactica]]'' now that he's been promoted? ([[The Captain's Hand|Answer]])
 
* Are there going to be any other promotions?
 
* Who will be [[CAG]] of ''Galactica''? [[Kara_Thrace|Starbuck]] and [[Lee_Adama|Apollo]] were assigned to [[Pegasus_(RDM)|Pegasus]] at the time Admiral Cain was assassinated.
 
:If [[Lee_Adama|Apollo]] recovers from his depression, he will probably resume his position as the CAG of ''Galactica'', while [[Kara_Thrace|Starbuck]] will continue as the CAG of ''Pegasus'' since she has obviously proven her worth and was chosen for the position by [[Helena_Cain|Admiral Cain]].
 
* What changes in the Cylon strategy will we see, now that the [[Resurrection Ship]] has been destroyed?
 
* What punishment, if any, will [[Karl Agathon|Helo]] and [[Galen Tyrol]] receive now that they have escaped the death sentence imposed by [[Helena_Cain|Admiral Cain]]? After all, they did murder a superior officer, even though it was an accident.
 
:Colonel Tigh's actions from the ''[[Gideon]]'' incident are more dire and politically damaging, yet Adama does not punish his second-in-command. It is likely that, especially given the inhumane treatment of Lieutenant [[Alistair Thorne|Thorne]] towards the cooperative and unaggressive pregnant [[Sharon Valerii (Caprica copy)|Sharon Valerii]] (which Adama apologizes for to Valerii), that Adama will dismiss the matter.
 
  
 
== Analysis ==
 
== Analysis ==
*The beating of Helo and the Chief was edited so that in the teaser, all we see is the "Sunshine Boys" entering the cell with their marines, about to tie the two up while making threatening comments. Given that they were involved in the gang rape of Gina, many viewers left the teaser fearing that far worse was going to happen to Agathon and Tyrol than simply being beaten with soap wrapped in towels.
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*The beating of Helo and the Chief was edited so that in the teaser, all we see is the "Sunshine Boys" entering the cell with their Marines, about to tie the two up while making threatening comments. Given that they were involved in the gang rape of Gina, many viewers left the teaser fearing that far worse was going to happen to Agathon and Tyrol than simply being beaten with soap wrapped in towels.
* The basestar/battlestar battle was epic, although viewers did not see a great deal of it from a play-by-play standpoint. The pairing of an advanced battlestar such as ''Pegasus'' with the oldest battlestar, ''Galactica'', likely illustrates why the Cylons used [[CNP|sabotage]] instead of all-out war to [[Fall of the Twelve Colonies|defeat the Twelve Colonies]]. With proper planning, battlestars working in tandem will shred a basestar in a close-range attack, which uses missiles and fighters, but appears to have no gun batteries itself.
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* The basestar/battlestar battle is epic, although viewers do not see a great deal of it from a play-by-play standpoint. The pairing of an advanced battlestar such as ''Pegasus'' with the oldest battlestar, ''Galactica'', likely illustrates why the Cylons used [[CNP|sabotage]] instead of all-out war to [[Fall of the Twelve Colonies|defeat the Twelve Colonies]]. With proper planning, battlestars working in tandem will obliterate a basestar in a close-range attack, which uses missiles and fighters, but appears to have no gun batteries itself.
*Lee Adama's collision with the downed [[Raptor]] occurred partly because Adama was looking behind him, examining the damage he dealt to the Resurrection Ship. This may be symbolic of one of young Adama's character flaws: he is always looking backward, always examining what he's done instead of keeping his attention on the here and now. See "[[Water]]", where Lee agonizes over firing on the ''[[Olympic Carrier]]'' while his father warns him specifically about not second-guessing himself. This theme also parallels Cain's words—-which Starbuck echoes at her funeral—-about not flinching or second-guessing when terrible things have to be done.
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*Lee Adama's collision with the downed [[Raptor]] occurrs partly because Adama is looking behind him, examining the damage he dealt to the Resurrection Ship. This may be symbolic of one of young Adama's character flaws: he is always looking backward, always examining what he's done instead of keeping his attention on the here and now. See "[[Water]]", where Lee agonizes over firing on the ''[[Olympic Carrier]]'' while his father warns him specifically about not second-guessing himself. This theme also parallels Cain's words—-which Starbuck echoes at her funeral—-about not flinching or second-guessing when terrible things have to be done.
 
* Obviously, the writers felt that the battle was less important than the events planned immediately after--the mutual attempts by Cain and Adama to kill each other. Viewers enter the battle scene at the stage where the battlestars tackle the destruction of the basestars, although there was a ruse earlier involving the entire [[The Fleet (RDM)|Fleet]]. This quick segue was also likely done in light of the cost for the visual effects, since the shots of the battlestar attacks would be greatly desired by the fans, but also be new VFX and therefore expensive.
 
* Obviously, the writers felt that the battle was less important than the events planned immediately after--the mutual attempts by Cain and Adama to kill each other. Viewers enter the battle scene at the stage where the battlestars tackle the destruction of the basestars, although there was a ruse earlier involving the entire [[The Fleet (RDM)|Fleet]]. This quick segue was also likely done in light of the cost for the visual effects, since the shots of the battlestar attacks would be greatly desired by the fans, but also be new VFX and therefore expensive.
 
* The pregnant Sharon Valerii again shows that she has the memories of the 'original' Boomer, which was previously shown in the season opener when she started to tell Starbuck of the time they met.
 
* The pregnant Sharon Valerii again shows that she has the memories of the 'original' Boomer, which was previously shown in the season opener when she started to tell Starbuck of the time they met.
* A new love triangle is formed as Gaius Baltar seems more fixated on the ''notion'' of Gina and her pain rather than the feelings of his virtual Number Six, who unsuccessfully pleads him not to aid Gina in killing herself. As he takes Gina's hand, the virtual Six disappears from view in the scene. Perhaps Baltar needed to touch a "real" Six copy, and is also swayed by her "humanity"--her vulnerability and weakness, as well as her differing interpretation on how she thinks [[God]] will forgive the Colonials for the destruction of the Cylon fleet.   
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* A new love triangle is formed as Gaius Baltar seems more fixated on the ''notion'' of Gina and her pain rather than the feelings of his virtual Number Six, who unsuccessfully pleads him not to aid Gina in killing herself. As he takes Gina's hand, the virtual Six disappears from view in the scene. Perhaps Baltar needed to touch a "real" Six copy, and is also swayed by her "humanity"--her vulnerability and weakness, as well as her differing interpretation on how she thinks [[God (RDM)|God]] will forgive the Colonials for the destruction of the Cylon fleet.   
 
* In another example of Gaius' ability to multi-task, he relates to Gina as his own the anecdote that Six told him (about purchasing two tickets when she went to see Pyramid games, as the extra ticket permitted her to imagine Gaius watched the game with her).  The anecdote serves two conversations at once.  The anecdote reinforces his bond with Gina and indicates to Six that flesh-and-blood Gina is of far greater importance to him than (presumably non-corporeal) Six, or the tens of thousands of Cylons who are about to die, permanently, with the destruction of the resurrection ship.  Baltar's relationship with Six in the future will likely be a strained one.
 
* In another example of Gaius' ability to multi-task, he relates to Gina as his own the anecdote that Six told him (about purchasing two tickets when she went to see Pyramid games, as the extra ticket permitted her to imagine Gaius watched the game with her).  The anecdote serves two conversations at once.  The anecdote reinforces his bond with Gina and indicates to Six that flesh-and-blood Gina is of far greater importance to him than (presumably non-corporeal) Six, or the tens of thousands of Cylons who are about to die, permanently, with the destruction of the resurrection ship.  Baltar's relationship with Six in the future will likely be a strained one.
*Admiral Adama's affectionate kiss with [[Laura Roslin]] opens up all kinds of new story possibilities and complications for the characters and the Fleet. It might have been considered by some viewers to be the most surprising part of the whole episode since no information on this scene was noted in advance of the show's airing. As noted by RDM in the podcast commentary, the kiss was improvised by Olmos. His and McDonnell's acting continues to be exemplary.
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*Admiral Adama's affectionate kiss with [[Laura Roslin]], although not necessarily romantic in nature, opens up all kinds of new story possibilities and complications for the characters and the Fleet. It might have been considered by some viewers to be the most surprising part of the whole episode since no information on this scene was noted in advance of the show's airing. As noted by RDM in the podcast commentary, the kiss was improvised by Olmos. His and McDonnell's acting continues to be exemplary.
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*Lee Adama's reason for wanting to die are not fully explained. One reason could be that he learns that both his father and President Roslin, two of the persons closest to him, sanction the assassination of Cain, thus shattering his world view. But there are probably other factors involved too.
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== Questions ==
  
== Notes ==
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* Why doesn't Cain issue the order for Adama's execution? Is it a change of heart or does she suspect that her life was in jeopardy by Thrace?
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* Subsequent to [[Gina]]'s killing of Cain, Gina disappears from ''Pegasus'' and Colonial military imprisonment (as promised by Baltar).  Where is she being hidden? ([[Epiphanies|Answer]])
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* [[Gaius Baltar|Baltar]] hands Gina a weapon in the ante-room of the ''Pegasus'' brig. Wouldn't a high-security area be equipped with surveillance cameras? Has Baltar disappeared as well?
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*Viewers only see one basestar destroyed. Is the other destroyed as well, or os it able to jump away with the surviving Raiders and support ships?
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* Is Lee Adama becoming depressed and unable to command his pilots? ([[Black Market|Answer]])
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* How many new Viper squadrons and pilots have been added to the Fleet?
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* How will Adama deal with the mob-level brutality that appears throughout ''Pegasus''? ([[The Captain's Hand|Answer]])
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* How closely have the Cylons studied the memories of Boomer aboard ''Galactica'', and the other [[Cylon agent|spies]] in the Fleet?
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* How will Kara Thrace's comments at Cain's funeral affect her relationship with now-Admiral Adama? ([[Torn|Answer]])
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* In "[[Resistance (episode)|Resistance]]", Baltar forces Boomer into revealing that eight Cylons are still in the [[The Fleet (RDM)|Fleet]]. However, this obviously does not take into account the introduction of ''Pegasus''. Thus, are there any more Cylon agents are aboard ''Pegasus''? If so, what do they number?
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* Will these agents be more careful in what they do, knowing that resurrection is no longer possible? ([[Torn|Answer]])
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* Will another [[Blackbird]] be constructed?
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* Will Adama stay aboard ''[[Galactica_(RDM)|Galactica]]'' now that he's been promoted? ([[The Captain's Hand|Answer]])
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* Are there going to be any other promotions? ([[The Captain's Hand|Answer]])
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* Who will become  the [[CAG]] of ''Galactica'' as [[Kara_Thrace|Starbuck]] and [[Lee_Adama|Apollo]] were assigned to [[Pegasus_(RDM)|Pegasus]] at the time Admiral Cain was assassinated? ([[The Captain's Hand|Answer]])
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* What changes in the Cylon strategy will we see, now that the [[Resurrection Ship]] has been destroyed? ([[Scar|Answer]])
  
*Vireem and Gage's beating of Tyrol and Helo with bars of soap stuffed inside socks used as slings is an obvious homage to the Stanley Kubrick film "[[Wikipedia:Full_Metal_Jacket|Full Metal Jacket]]", in which the exact same thing happens to "Pvt. Pyle" in the Marine barracks at night (RDM points this out himself, in the podcast).
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== Official Statements ==
*Apollo was demoted to Lieutenant by Cain when she revoked his flight status.  At the beginning of Part I, he is referred to as "Captain", but after Cain mentions that she revoked his flight status, Adama addresses his son as "Lieutenant".  The official Scifi.com website was updated the week after this episode aired showing the new ranks of characters--Captain Kara Thrace,  Admiral William Adama--but it also was changed to list Lee Adama as a Lieutenant.
 
*Apollo's experience of ejecting in the middle of the battle and watching it unfold around him is according to the podcast based on the real life experience of Ensign [[Wikipedia:George Gay|George Gay]] during the [[Wikipedia:Battle of Midway|Battle of Midway]].  George Gay's plane was shot down and he witnessed the entire battle while floating in the ocean.
 
  
 
== Noteworthy Dialogue ==
 
== Noteworthy Dialogue ==
*'''Jack Fisk''': I don't want your thanks. I owe Lieutenant Thorne my life, as do many people on this ship.
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*{{audio|RS2 - can't rape a machine.mp3|''After the rescue of Helo and Tyrol by Fisk.''}}
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:'''Jack Fisk''': I don't want your thanks. I owe Lieutenant Thorne my life, as do many people on this ship.
 
:'''Helo''': He was trying to rape a prisoner!
 
:'''Helo''': He was trying to rape a prisoner!
 
:'''Fisk''': You can't "rape" a machine, Lieutenant.
 
:'''Fisk''': You can't "rape" a machine, Lieutenant.
  
*'''Sharon Valerii''': It's what you said at the ceremony before the attack, when ''Galactica'' was being decommissioned. You gave a speech, it sounded like it wasn't the one you prepared. You said that humanity was a flawed creation, and that people still kill one another for petty jealousy and greed. You said that humanity never asked itself why it deserved to survive. Maybe you don't.
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*{{audio|RS2 - humanity's survival.mp3|''Sharon responds to Adama's question on survival.''}}
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:'''Sharon Agathon''': It's what you said at the ceremony before the attack, when ''Galactica'' was being decommissioned. You gave a speech, it sounded like it wasn't the one you prepared. You said that humanity was a flawed creation, and that people still kill one another for petty jealousy and greed. You said that humanity never asked itself why it deserved to survive. Maybe you don't.
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*''Helena Cain talking to Kara Thrace''
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:'''Helena Cain''': I know you're very close with Adama.
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:'''Kara Thrace''': Yes, sir.
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:'''Cain''': And I know he's a good man. And I know he's had to make some very hard choices over the last few months. Lord knows I have.
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:'''Thrace''': Well, then maybe you can understand why he did what he thought he had to do when you said you were going to execute Helo and Tyrol.
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:'''Cain''': Let me tell you something. I've had to watch a lot of kids be put into body bags. They're covered with flags and they float out that airlock. You think I don't understand his feelings towards his men? Sometimes terrible things have to be done. Inevitably, each and every one of us will have to face a moment where we have to commit that horrible sin. And if we flinch in that moment, if we hesitate for one second, if we let our conscience get in the way, you know what happens? There are more kids in those body bags. More kids floating out that airlock. I don't know why, but I have a lot of faith in you. And I want you to promise me that when that moment comes you won't flinch. Do not flinch.
  
*'''Adama''' ''(to Starbuck over wireless)'': I've been thinking about what we talked about before. It's not enough to survive. One has to be worthy of surviving. That's all.
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:'''William Adama''': I've been thinking about what we talked about before. It's not enough to survive. One has to be worthy of surviving. That's all.
  
*'''Gina''': Suicide is a sin. But I need to die!
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*{{audio|RS2 - suicide is a sin.mp3|''Before Gina's escape.''}}
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:'''Gina''': Suicide is a sin. But I need to die!
 
:'''Baltar''': What you need is justice. I know a place where you can stay, where you can be safe, where I can look after you.
 
:'''Baltar''': What you need is justice. I know a place where you can stay, where you can be safe, where I can look after you.
:'''Gina''': Why would you do that?
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:'''Gina''': Why—Why would you do that?
 
:'''Baltar''': Because I love you.
 
:'''Baltar''': Because I love you.
  
*'''Gina''' ''(confronting Cain in her quarters with her gun)'': Tell me, Admiral. Can you roll over? Beg?  
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* {{audio|RS2 - Cain's last words.mp3|''In Cain's quarters after Gina's escape.''}}
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:'''Gina''' ''(confronting Cain with a gun)'': Tell me, Admiral. Can you roll over? Beg?  
 
:'''Helena Cain''': Frak you.  
 
:'''Helena Cain''': Frak you.  
 
:'''Gina''' ''(right before shooting)'': You're not my type.
 
:'''Gina''' ''(right before shooting)'': You're not my type.
 
   
 
   
*'''Kara Thrace''' ''(giving an eulogy at Cain's funeral)'': I, um, only knew Admiral Cain for a short time, so what I have to say about her will be short. She faced things. She looked them right in the eye and she didn't flinch. That's something that we do a lot around here. We second-guess. We worry. When I think about what she went through after the attack -- all alone, one ship, no help, no hope -- she didn't give up. She didn't worry. She didn't second-guess. She acted. She did what she thought needed to be done, and the Pegasus survived. Might be hard to admit, or hard to hear, but I think that we were safer with her...than we are without.
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*{{audio|RS2 - Kara's eulogy.mp3|''Kara's eulogy at Admiral Cain's funeral.''}}
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:'''Kara Thrace''': I, um, only knew Admiral Cain for a short time, so what I have to say about her will be short. She faced things. She looked them right in the eye and she didn't flinch. That's something that we do a lot around here. We second-guess. We worry. When I think about what she went through after the attack -- all alone, one ship, no help, no hope -- she didn't give up. She didn't worry. She didn't second-guess. She acted. She did what she thought needed to be done, and the ''Pegasus'' survived. Might be hard to admit, or hard to hear, but I think that we were safer with her...than we are without.
  
*'''Kara Thrace''': Lee. Lee, you okay? Are you okay?
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*{{audio|RS2 - didn't want to come back alive.mp3|''Kara talks to Lee after his rescue.''}}
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:'''Kara Thrace''': Lee. Lee, you okay? Are you okay?
 
:'''Lee Adama''': No, not really. Um...I broke my word to you.
 
:'''Lee Adama''': No, not really. Um...I broke my word to you.
 
:'''Thrace''': What are you talking about?
 
:'''Thrace''': What are you talking about?
 
:'''Adama''': I let you down. I wasn't there when you needed me.
 
:'''Adama''': I let you down. I wasn't there when you needed me.
:'''Thrace''': Look, a close call like that? That'd mess with anybody's head. Alright? You know, it turns out I didn't need you anyway, so…. Let's just be glad that we both came back alive, alright?
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:'''Thrace''': Look, a close call like that? That'd mess with anybody's head. Alright? You know, it turns out I didn't need you anyway, so... Let's just be glad that we both came back alive, alright?
 
:'''Adama''': That's just it, Kara. I didn't want to make it back alive.
 
:'''Adama''': That's just it, Kara. I didn't want to make it back alive.
  
*'''Laura Roslin''': Rumor has it that I know very little about military protocol, but I do know that someone who commands more than one ship is called an admiral. Congratulations, Admiral Adama.
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*{{audio|RS2 - never give up hope.mp3|''Laura discusses Adama's new job after Cain's funeral.''}}
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:'''Laura Roslin''': Rumor has it that I know very little about military protocol, but I do believe that someone who commands more than one ship is called an admiral. Congratulations, Admiral Adama.
 
:'''William Adama''': Thank you, Madame President. Thank you, Billy. I um, never gave up hope, I just stopped trying to get these a long time ago.
 
:'''William Adama''': Thank you, Madame President. Thank you, Billy. I um, never gave up hope, I just stopped trying to get these a long time ago.
 
:'''Roslin''': Just goes to show you, Bill. Never give up hope.
 
:'''Roslin''': Just goes to show you, Bill. Never give up hope.
 
:'''Adama''': Same goes for you, Laura.
 
:'''Adama''': Same goes for you, Laura.
 
== Official Statements ==
 
  
 
== Guest stars ==
 
== Guest stars ==
*[[Michelle Forbes]] as Admiral [[Helena Cain]]
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*[[Michael Hogan]] as Colonel [[Saul Tigh]]
*[[imdb:nm0065320|Graham Beckel]] as Colonel [[Jack Fisk]]
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*[[Aaron Douglas]] as Chief [[Galen Tyrol]]
*[[Aaron Douglas]] as Chief Petty Officer [[Galen Tyrol]]
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*[[Tahmoh Penikett]] as Lt. [[Karl Agathon|Karl "Helo" Agathon]]
*[[imdb:nm0217757|Derek Delost]] as Specialist [[Vireem]]
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*[[Paul Campbell]] as [[Billy Keikeya]]
*[[imdb:nm0233304|Mike Dopud]] Specialist [[Gage]]
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*[[Alessandro Juliani]] as Lt. [[Felix Gaeta]]
 
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*[[Kandyse McClure]] as Petty Officer [[Anastasia Dualla]]
== External Links ==
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*[[Graham Beckel]] as Colonel [[Jack Fisk]]
[http://www.scifi.com/battlestar/episodes/season02/212/ "Resurrection Ship, Part II"] at scifi.com
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*[[Luciana Carro]] as Lt. [[Louanne Katraine|Louanne "Kat" Katraine]]
 
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*[[Vincent Gale]] as Chief [[Peter Laird]]
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*[[Peter-John Prinsloo]] as Lt. [[Mei Firelli|Mei "Freaker" Firelli]]
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*[[Brad Dryborough]] as [[Hoshi]]
  
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Die Auferstehung, Teil II
"Die Auferstehung, Teil II"
Eine Episode der neu-interpretierten Serie
Episoden-Nr. Staffel 2, Episode 12
Originaltitel Resurrection Ship, Part II
Autor(en) Ronald D. Moore
Michael Rymer
Story
Regie Michael Rymer
Gastauftritte Michelle Forbes als Admiral Cain
Produktions-Nr. 212
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US-Erstausstrahlung USA 2006-01-13
UK-Erstausstrahlung UK {{{UK airdate}}}
DE-Erstausstrahlung DE
DVD-Veröffentlichung 2006-09-19 (US)
2006-08-28 (UK)
2007-06-28 (DE)
Bevölkerung 49.604 Überlebende (Keine Veränderung der Bevölkerungsanzahl.)
Zusätzliche Info {{{extra}}}
Episoden-Chronologie
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Battlestar Galactica (neu-interpretiert) – Episodenliste
Miniserie / Pilotfilm (2003) | Spezial: Miniserie Lowdown
Staffel 1 (2004-2005): 33 Minuten | Wassermangel | Meuterei auf der Astral Queen | Zeichen der Reue | Kein Weg zurück | Das Tribunal | Unter Verdacht | Fleisch und Blut | Ellen | Die Hand Gottes | Der Zwölferrat | Kobol, Teil I | Kobol, Teil II
Staffel 2 (2005-2006): Die verlorene Flotte | Im Tal der Finsternis | Die Gesetze des Krieges | Leben und Sterben | Die Farm | Heimat, Teil I | Heimat, Teil II | Die Reporterin | Die Hoffnung lebt | Pegasus | Die Auferstehung, Teil I | Die Auferstehung, Teil II | Sabotage | Schwarzmarkt | Der beste Jäger der Zylonen | Das Opfer | Mensch und Maschine | Download | Das neue Caprica, Teil I | Das neue Caprica, Teil II
Staffel 3 (2006-2007): Battlestar Galactica: The Resistance | Okkupation | Am Abgrund | Exodus, Teil I | Exodus, Teil II | Verräter | Virus | Immun | Helden | Der Ring | Auftrag ausgeführt | Das Auge des Jupiter | Die Supernova | Zuckerbrot und Peitsche | Allein gegen den Hass | Bis nächstes Jahr | Streik! | Ruf aus dem Jenseits | Berufung | Am Scheideweg, Teil I | Am Scheideweg, Teil II
Staffel 4 (2007-2008): Razor | Auferstehung | Die letzten Fünf | Die Verblendeten | Perfekter Schmerz | Meuterei im All | Ans andere Ufer | Rat mal, was zum Essen kommt | Sine Qua Non | Wir alle sind sterblich | Zur Erde! | Die Strömung erledigt den Rest | Erschöpfung | Die Lunte brennt | Blut in der Waagschale | Das verlorene Paradies | Systemblockade | Der Pianomann | Gestrandet in den Sternen | Götterdämmerung, Teil I | Götterdämmerung, Teil II 
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