Caprica (Pilot)

CapricaZoe Graystone is a typical teenager, excelling in the art of making her parents’ lives hell – and in keeping secrets from them. Her father is Daniel Graystone, a multi-billionaire technology magnate whose big breakthrough, holo-bands, have put him on top of the world; Zoe has also inherited her father’s genius, creating and programming essentially a perfect copy of herself in a virtual world, another Zoe with the personality, likes, dislikes and foibles of herself. But she’s managed to keep this from her father, as well as her involvement with a movement toward monotheism…and her plans to run away from home. During her flight from Caprica, Zoe discovers – too late – that one of her fellow believers in a single, all-powerful god is a suicide bomber.

In the wake of the tragedy, Daniel Graystone has a chance meeting with a lawyer named William Adams. A native of the planet Tauron, Adams isn’t that happy with his lot in life; despite being a moderately successful lawyer, he too often finds himself running “errands” for the Guatrau, a Tauron crime lord and power broker, including bailing the Guatrau’s more “hands-on” errand boys out of legal trouble. Adams lost his wife and daughter to the suicide bombing, and left to raise his son William alone. This gives Adams and Graystone some unlikely common ground, and they become fast friends, though Adams is hardly a power attorney and wonders what his unimaginably rich new friend really has in mind.

Graystone discovers Zoe’s friend Lacy – who, at the last minute, elected not to try to run away with Zoe and never boarded the transport – interacting with the virtual Zoe, and is surprised as the complexity and accuracy of the simulation of his daughter. Having hit a dead-end in his own artificial intelligence work for a major defense contract, Graystone decides to base a new AI on Zoe’s simulation. But there’s one further snag: he’ll need the central processor developed by a competing company on Tauron to pull it off.

And this is where Graystone’s new friend comes in. With the technology of Caprica virtually under his thumb, it’s no problem for Graystone to find out about Adams’ tenuous underworld connections. He asks Adams to use his contacts to arrange for the theft of the needed processor; in return, the Guatrau asks Adams for a “favor” that could have serious repercussions for all involved. At the end of the day, Graystone and the Guatrau get what they want. When Graystone tries to thank Adams by introducing him to a simulation of Adams’ late daughter, their cameraderie comes to a very swift end. The simulation of Adams’ daughter is a traumatized, tortured soul who seems to know that she isn’t real. Adams decides that power over mortality is meant for no one but the gods, and bids Graystone farewell. Adams promises his son William that they will make a new start, beginning with a return to their family’s original Tauron name: Adama.

Graystone shrugs off Adams’ departure and downloads Zoe’s artificial consciousness into a cybernetic body. The download doesn’t work, and in his hubris, Graystone failed to back up the artificial Zoe. He’s left with nothing, and has no choice but to reprogram the stolen processor and use it as the core of a cyborg for a Ministry of Defense demonstration. That test run goes spectacularly well – the same cybernetic body into which Graystone attempted to download Zoe proves to be a powerful mechanical warrior, securing Graystone’s contract and his future…and setting his world on a course for its destruction.

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directed by Jeffrey Reiner
music by Bear McCreary

Cast: Eric Stoltz (Daniel Graystone), Esai Morales (Joseph Adama), Paula Malcomson (Amanda Graystone), Alessandra Toreson (Zoe Graystone), Magda Apanowicz (Lacy Rand), Avan Jogia (Ben Stark), Polly Walker (Sister Clarice Willow), Sasha Roiz (Sam Adama), Brian Markinson (Jordan Duram), William B. Davis (Minister Chambers), Sina Najafi (William Adama), Jorge Montesi (The Guatrau), Hiro Kanagawa (Cyrus Xander), Genevieve Buechner (Tamara Adams), Anna Galvin (Shannon Adams), Katie Keating (Prefect Caston), Veena Sood (Secretary of Defense Joan Leyte), Karen Austin (Ruth), Nancy Kerr (Prosecutor), Terence Kelly (Mayor), Angela Moore (Judge), Josh Byer (Defendant), Vicky Lambert (Hecate), Jim Thomson (voice of Serge), Jared Keeso (Rod Jenkins), Kathryn Schellenberg (Dancer), Maiko Miyauchi (Dancer), Daina Ashbee (Dancer), Adrienne Chan (Dancer), Salma Allam (Dancers), Kirsten Wicklund (Dancer), Shawn Stewart (Dancer), Donald Sales (Dancer), Paul Becker (Dancer), Cara Long (V Club patron), Jay Devery (V Club patron), Keita Parker (V Club patron), Chelsea Darden (V Club patron), Megan Sehn (V Club patron), Chantal Ayre (V Club patron), Michelle Andrew (V Club patron), Eva Hartkoff (V Club patron)

Notes: Caprica takes place 58 years before the fall of Capirca as depicted in the Battlestar Galactica miniseries. Young William Adams would grow up to be Galactica’s Admiral William Adama, and his father Joseph wrote the legal texts that Lee Adama studied when he decided to change careers from career military to attorney. As with the re-imagined Galactica, Caprica assumes that the earliest Cylons resembled the “chrome suit” Cylons from the original 1970s incarnation of Battlestar Galactica. “Cylon” is revealed to be an acronym for “Cybernetic Lifeform Node”. Guest star William B. Davis is best-known in SF TV circles for his long-running recurring role as the X-Files’ sinister Cigarette Smoking Man. Esai Morales appeared alongside Edward James Olmos, who starred in Battlestar Galactica as the adult William Adama, in the acclaimed TV series American Family, as well as the 1995 film My Family. The premiere date assigned to this synopsis is that of the Caprica pilot movie’s 2009 DVD release date, several months prior to its broadcast premiere in 2010.

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Rebirth

CapricaDaniel Graystone has a problem: despite the successful demonstration of his new robotic soldier, the Cylon, it’s only an army of one – all attempts at replicating it have failed. Graystone lets his technicians labor in the dark while he knows the true secret: the Cylon demonstration model contains a data disc with his late daughter Zoe’s avatar. Even then, though, Graystone doesn’t begin to suspect that his daughter has outmaneuvered him: the Cylon contains Zoe’s consciousness. Zoe is careful not to reveal that to her father or any of his technicians, however, though she does eventually reach out to her best friend, Lacy – and even then, she has a lot of explaining to do before Lacy can accept her. Amanda Graystone, hounded by investigators, discovers that Zoe may have had a larger role in the bombing than she realized, and goes public with this information far too soon for her husband’s tastes. And as Joseph Adama is still deep in mourning, he scarcely notices when his son William begins to fall under the influence of an uncle with a dangerous lifestyle.

Season 1 Regular Cast: Eric Stoltz (Daniel Graystone), Esai Morales (Joseph Adama), Paula Malcomson (Amanda Graystone), Alessandra Toressani (Zoe Graystone), Magda Apanowicz (Lacy Rand), Sasha Roiz (Sam Adama), Brian Markinson (Special Agent Jordan Durham), Polly Walker (Sister Clarice Willow), Sina Najafi (William Adama)

written by Mark Verheiden
directed by Jonas Pate
music by Bear McCreary

Guest Cast: Scott Porter (Nestor), Avan Jogia (Ben Stark), Jeanettea Antonio (Woman), Philip Granger (Tanner), Hiro Kanagawa (Cyrus Xander), Dale Wolfe (Steve Bahara)

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Reins Of A Waterfall

CapricaAmanda Graystone’s public confession that she has discovered that her late daughter was a member of a monotheist extremist group called Soldiers of the One has wide-ranging effects. Graystone Industries’ stock plummets, and Amanda herself resigns from her position as a doctor to stay out of the public eye. Daniel Graystone fails to stay out of the public eye, and as a result, the next time he runs into Joseph and Sam Adama, he barely walks away from that meeting in one piece. With the Graystones distracted, Zoe – from the vantage point of her Cylon body – creates a way for her program to re-enter the virtual world. But it would seem that more people are aware of Zoe’s avatar than she expected… and more people are making unpleasant plans for Zoe’s father than he may realize.

written by Michael Angeli
directed by Ronald D. Moore
music by Bear McCreary

Guest Cast: Patton Oswalt (Baxter Sarno), Avan Jogia (Ben Stark), Kendall Cross (), Peter Wingfield (Director Gara Singh), Luciana Carro (Pyrah), Genevieve Buechner (Tamara Adams), Teryl Rothery (Evelyn), Sina Najafi (William Adama), Hiro Kanagawa (Cyrus Xander)

Notes: A number of genre guest stars appear in this episode, from Peter Wingfield (Methos from the Highlander TV series) to Teryl Rothery (Stargate SG-1’s Dr. Fraiser) to former recurring Galactica guest star Luciana Carro, who appeared on Caprica’s parent series as hotshot pilot Louann “Kat” Katraine, who flew her last viper mission in 2006’s The Passage. It’s not known if her character, a PR expert hired to help Graystone Industries recover from a backlash of public opinion, is intended to be an ancestor of Kat’s. Patton Oswalt, a veteran of the sitcom The King Of Queens, joins the show’s recurring cast as an obnoxious late-night TV comedian.

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Gravedancing

CapricaHaving booked an appearance on a late-night talk show whose host isn’t exactly well-disposed toward Graystone Industries, Daniel Graystone is sickened by the public relations spin his advisers are telling him to put on Zoe’s death (and life). Agent Durham is searching everywhere that Zoe lived that short life in his hunt for the Soldiers of the One, including a surprise raid at her school (but not a total surprise for the other members of Zoe’s STO cell). Still stuck somewhere between grief and rage, Joseph Adama has ordered his brother Sam to make things even with Graystone: since Adama lost his daughter and his wife, Graystone should also lose his wife before the day is out, just to even the score. Sam doubts his brother’s certainty, but prepares for the hit anyway. As Daniel Graystone takes the stage in a TV studio to try to spin away the damage caused by his wife’s admission that Zoe may have been the suicide bomber, he’s unaware that his wife is waiting in the wings to make another surprise appearance – and he’s not sure if he can spin his family name or his company’s reputation out of harm’s way this time.

teleplay by Jane Espenson
story by Michael Angeli & Jane Espenson
directed by Michael Watkins
music by Bear McCreary

Guest Cast: Scott Porter (Nestor), Patton Oswalt (Baxter Sarno), Peter Wingfield (Director Gara Singh), Luciana Carro (Pyrah)

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There Is Another Sky

CapricaIn the virtual world, Tamara Adams’ avatar is lost and looking for a way home. Her search lands her in the middle of an attempt to oust a power player in a multiplayer game; at first, Tamara and those around her are terrified by her inability to die at first, but eventually she learns to use it to her advantage. In the real world, Joseph Adama realizes that he is losing his grip on his son. Joseph’s brother Sam urges him to do something he’s been avoiding: perform a Tauron funeral rite to provide closure for both himself and William. In the corporate world, facing an ouster by Graystone Industries’ board of directors, the man who founded the company prepares a shocking demonstration of his vision of the future.

written by Kath Lingenfelter
directed by Michael Nankin
music by Bear McCreary

Guest Cast: Luciana Carro (Pyrah), Karen Elizabeth Austin (Ruth), Camille Mitchell (Vesta), Sina Najafi (William Adama), Hiro Kanagawa (Cyrus Xander), Genevieve Buechner (Tamara Adams), Julius Chapple (Larry), Richard Harmon (Heracles), A.C. Peterson (Chiron), Eve Harlow (Byan), Travis Turner (Ashok), Graham Chabot (Big Kid), Thomas Saunders (Jon Parker), Ian A. Wallace (Ferryman), Patti Allan (Tauron Rites Singer), Jim Ralph (Chiron’s Bank Guard), Charles Andre (Rail Thin Man), Zolton Crane (Man)

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Know Thy Enemy

CapricaDaniel Graystone’s star is rising again; after selling his board of directors on the notion of the Cylon as a tireless servant in every household in the Twelve Colonies, he is once again unstoppable. But one man can still bring him up short: his chief competitor, from whom Sam Adama stole the vital component that makes the Cylon prototype work. With a single accusation of corporate espionage, and murder, Graystone finds himself on the defensive again. In Caprica City, terrorist bombings continue, attributed to the monotheistic Soldiers of the One group, and Sister Clarice grows more desperate to find Zoe’s virtual world avatar – desperate enough and bold enough to try to talk her way into the Graystones’ inner sanctum. Clarice’s efforts are also drawing her to the very dangerous attention of an STO militant named Barnabas.

teleplay by Patrick Masset & John Zinman
teleplay by Patrick Masset & John Zinman & Mathew Roberts
directed by Michael Nankin
music by Bear McCreary

Guest Cast: Scott Porter (Nestor), Patton Oswalt (Baxter Sarno), John Pyper-Ferguson (Tomas Vergis), James Marsters (Barnabas Greely), Sina Najafi (William Adama), Teryl Rothery (Evelyn)

Notes: Guest star James Marsters is still best known as the actor behind Spike from Buffy: The Vampire Slayer (and later spinoff series Angel), and more recently he made a series of guest appearances on the Doctor Who spinoff series Torchwood, and as a voice artist on Clone Wars. John Pyper-Ferguson has made a number of genre appearances, ranging from Star Trek: The Next Generation to recurring roles on Jeremiah and the remakes of Night Stalker and, naturally, Battlestar Galactica.

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The Imperfections Of Memory

CapricaVergis continues pursuing his purchase of the Caprica City Buccaneers from Daniel Graystone, and continues using their continued run-ins to taunt Graystone about the theft of the Vergis processor at the heart of Zoe’s Cylon body. While Daniel eases back into his routine of high-stakes verbal fencing with his competitor, his wife Amanda is falling apart, making her even more susceptible to the manipulation of school headmistress Sister Clarice, who’s trying to learn more about Zoe’s avatar. What nobody seems to know, however, is why Amanda is seeing visions of her dead brother. Joseph Adama decides to take a walk on the virtual side, straight into New Cap City, but his inability to understand the game’s virtual world puts him in danger and gets his guide’s avatar killed. And in the lab, Daniel Graystone thinks he’s had a revelation about the real mind behind his one working Cylon model.

written by Matthew B. Roberts
directed by Wayne Rose
music by Bear McCreary

Guest Cast: John Pyper-Ferguson (Tomas Vergis), Scott Porter (Nestor), Alex Arsenault (Philomon), Leah Gibson (Emmanuelle), Liam Sproule (Gatwick), Feguins Toussaint (Graystone’s Bodyguard), Jesse Haddock (Darius)

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Ghosts In The Machine

CapricaIn a moment of revelation, Daniel Graystone begins addressing the Cylon as “Zoe,” but it offers no response until he starts a more aggressive probe of the machine’s central processor. In New Cap City, Joseph Adama is also continuing his quest to find the avatar of his own dead daughter, and has found a more capable guide – but also a more demanding one. Even with her greater expertise in playing the game, she has her hands full as Adama becomes more obsessed with finding Tamara… but Tamara has already begun to acquire quite a reputation in the virtual world. But both men find themselves dealing with the possibility that their daughters no longer want to be a part of their world.

written by Michael Taylor
directed by Wayne Rose
music by Bear McCreary

Guest Cast: John Pyper-Ferguson (Tomas Vergis), Scott Porter (Nestor), Alex Arsenault (Philomon), Leah Gibson (Emmanuelle), Dmitry Chepovetsky (Cerberus), Phil Granger (Tanner), Jesse Haddock (Darius)

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End Of Line

CapricaFacing a looming deadline to produce an army of 100,000 Cylon warrior robots for the government of Caprica, Daniel Graystone decides to cut his losses and focus on business, selling his pyramid team to rival Tomas Vergis. But pressure is increasing on Graystone to deliver that army on schedule – or ahead of it, as a high-ranking official from Caprica’s defense ministry tips her hand that it’s not a very well-kept secret that the processor at the heart of the one existing Cylon prototype was stolen from Vergis’ labs. The price for the ministry turning a blind eye to that fact will be delivery in a week instead of a month. Faced with this new deadline, Graystone decides to reformat and copy the Cylon chip, even if it erases the lase vestiges of Zoe. Zoe tries to get Lacy Rand to accelerate the timetable for getting her Cylon body off Caprica, but the price for securing that favor from Barnabas is a high one for Lacy: she’ll have to kill someone to get what she wants. Having evaded her destiny as the first in a new breed of soldiers for so long, Zoe now decides she’ll have to kill to survive. In the virtual world that is New Cap City, Tamara Adams realizes that she’ll have to appear to die to save her father, and death is starting to look like a pretty good option for escaping the hell that is Amanda Graystone’s life as well.

written by Michael Taylor
directed by Roxann Dawson
music by Bear McCreary

Guest Cast: Scott Porter (Nestor), John Pyper-Ferguson (Tomas Vergis), James Marsters (Barnabas Greeley), Alex Arsenault (Philomon), Leah Gibson (Emmanuelle), Jill Teed (Col. Sasha Patel), Hiro Kanagawa (Cyrus Xander), Genevieve Buechner (Tamara Adama)

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Unvanquished

CapricaThree weeks after the attempted suicide of his wife Amanda and Tomas Vergis’ takeover of his company, Daniel Graystone is adrift and alone. The Cylon body containing the consciousness of his daughter has been critically damaged in its attempt to escape from his lab, and what’s recovered no longer shows any signs of higher intelligence – it’s merely a fighting drone. Vergis seals his victory by putting the Cylon into mass production, delivering to the government the perfect robot soldier that Graystone could never complete.

Graystone turns to the Guatrau, the Tauron crime lord for whom Sam Adama works. He offers the Taurons a stake in a technology that could promise immortality, but is unwilling to wash his hands in the blood of others in order to demonstrate his loyalty. On Gemenon, Sister Clarice Willow is making precisely the same pitch, but to a larger and more powerful body: the church itself. By promising nothing less than the realization of resurrection and eternal life, she opens the door to more power than she even knows how to harness.

written by Ryan Mottesheard
directed by Eric Stoltz
music by Bear McCreary

Guest Cast: Meg Tilly (Blessed Mother), Patton Oswalt (Baxter Sarno), John Pyper-Ferguson (Tomas Vergis), James Marsters (Barnabas Greeley), Jorge Montesi (Guatrau), Winston Rekert (Obal Ferris), Hiro Kanagawa (Cyrus Xander), Feguins Toussaint (Sean)

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Retribution

CapricaAmanda Greystone is recovering from her suicide attempt in seclusion, with only Sister Clarice Willow for company. In her absence, Daniel Greystone is – with the help of the brothers Adama – taking decisive, ruthless steps to regain control of Greystone Industries. But Amanda also notices Clarice’s frequent absences, unaware that Clarice is also out to regain control of the Soldiers of the One at any cost. Barnabus is enraged when Lacy Rand botches a terrorist bombing for the STO, and demands her unswerving loyalty even as the rest of his cell falls. None of them are above ruining the lives of others – or, if they deem it necessary, ending them – to achieve their goals.

written by Patrick Massett & John Zinman
directed by Jonas Pate
music by Bear McCreary

Guest Cast: Kendall Cross (Youngblood), Peter Wingfield (Director Gara Singh),
James Marsters (Barnabas Greeley), Andrew Airlie (Cornell), Hiro Kanagawa (Cyrus Xander)

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Things We Lock Away

CapricaZoe’s avatar carves a bloody path through the virtural world of New Cap City, searching for the girl who can’t die – the recreated consciousness of Joseph Adama’s daughter Tamara. What she isn’t expecting is the rage she encounters when she finally finds her: Tamara is fully aware that the real Zoe was responsible for the death of the real Tamara. Abducted after Clarice Willow’s assassination of Barnabus, Lacy Rand is locked up like an animal. Clarice doesn’t want Lacy’s loyalty, but rather a single piece of vital information, but even surrendering that won’t buy Lacy’s freedom. And after he stages what seems like a bloodless boardroom coup to regain control of Graystone Industries, Daniel Graystone tries to bury the hatchet with his ousted rival, Tomas Vergis. But Vergis’ Tauron code of honor leaves only one option – an option that will stain Graystone’s hands with his blood, whether he wants to kill or not.

written by Drew Z. Greenberg
directed by Tim Hunter
music by Bear McCreary

Guest Cast: Scott Porter (Nestor), John Pyper-Ferguson (Tomas Vergis), Hiro Kanagawa (Cyrus Xander), Genevieve Buechner (Tamara Adama), Anita Torrance (Mar-Beth), Panou (Olaf), Jim Thomson (voice of Serge), Thomas Saunders (Jon Parker), Jadyn Wong (Gamester), Luke Welland (Butcher Knife Player), Olivia Steele Falconer (young Zoe)

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False Labor

CapricaDaniel Graystone’s triumphant return to the boardroom of the company he founded hasn’t come without a price. Vergis is dead by his own hand, Joseph Adama and the Guatrau – the head of the Tauron mafia – now sit on the board, and Adama’s ambitious brother Sam sees the Cylons as the Guatrau’s future enforcers. Sam’s ambition, and his ascendancy in the Guatrau’s organization, have not gone unnoticed: he becomes the target of thugs who plan to oust the Guatrau from power. Graystone, overwhelmed by his own conscience and the stress of returning to work as if he was never gone, tries to seek absolution from his wife, but doesn’t quite have the nerve to ask the real Amanda for forgiveness.

written by Michael Taylor
directed by John Dahl
music by Bear McCreary

Guest Cast: Jorge Montesi (The Guatrau), CapricaBen Cotton (Atreus), Sina Najafi (William Adama), Hiro Kanagawa (Cyrus Xander), Karen Elizabeth Austin (Ruth), Phil Granger (Tanner), Anita Torrance (Mar-Beth), Panou (Olaf), Teryl Rothery (Evelyn), Julius Chapple (Larry), Vincent Tong (Demos), Camille Atebe (Phoebe), Christopher Rogan (Military Father), Tanya Hubbard (Mother), Taya Clyne (Tessa), Evan Bird (Johnny), Phillip Mitchell (Natty Thug), Michael Nyius (Kick-Ass Thug)

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Blowback

CapricaLacy Rand is shipped off to train with the STO on Gemenon, but the STO recruits’ ship is snagged by a larger craft in the upper atmosphere and boarded by armed men who seem to be using the STO’s terroristic approach against the new recruits. One by one, hostages are chosen for execution, and nothing – from total capitulation to their captors to professions of faith in their monotheistic belief system – seems to appease the armed thugs. Lacy sees little choice but to fight back.

Daniel Graystone discovers that the Guatrau has been smuggling Cylons off-world – a clear violation of Graystone’s contract to develop them as robotic soldiers for the government of Caprica – to the highest bidder. Sam Adama is incensed when he learns that the highest bidder in question is the STO, and Graystone summons the Guatrau to a meeting on Caprica in an effort to stall for time, offering a discovery big enough to stop the Cylon shipments: resurrection from death itself.

written by Kevin Murphy
directed by Omar Madha
music by Bear McCreary

Guest Cast: Peter Wingfield (Director Gara Singh), Jorge Montesi (The Guatrau), Ryan Robbins (Diego), Ryan Kennedy (Odin Sinclair), Chris Heyerdahl (Kevin Reikle), Anita Torrance (Mar-Beth), Panou (Olaf), Jim Thomson (voice of Serge), Eva Allan (Devanna), Tom McBeath (Agent Alpert), Calum Worthy (Cass), James Kirk (Sagitarron Recruit), Luc Roderique (Dex), Matthew Smalley (Cadet Recruit #1)

Notes: The airdate of this episode reflects its original premiere date in Canada. Blowback was the next episode slated to air when Syfy abruptly cancelled Caprica and pulled the show from the U.S. schedule; the final five (appropriately enough for a Galactica spinoff) episodes didn’t air in the U.S. until early 2011, when they were aired together as a “marathon” the marked the series’ exit from Syfy’s lineup.

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The Dirt Eaters

CapricaA young Sam Adama watches with envy as his older brother Joseph undergoes the first rite of Tauron manhood. The boys witness a brutal crime and, determined to prove his worthiness to their father, Sam slips into the scene of the crime and comes back with a gun. When the boys’ parents are questioned about the crime, and the gun is unexpectedly found under Sam’s bed, the Adama family is immediately suspected. Sam’s quest to prove he is a man has tragic consequences for both brothers.

Thirty years later, Joseph finds himself growing disgusted with the Guatrau’s business deal to secretly ship Cylons to the STO radicals, while Sam is disgusted that the Guartrau can’t see the value of deploying Cylons to help in the Tauron battle for independence. Joseph takes the risky move of dropping some thinly veiled suggestions to Daniel Graystone, and the Adama brothers once again form a pact: they’re joining forces to go up against the Tauron crime boss.

Meanwhile, in the virtual world of New Cap City, Zoe Graystone and Tamara Adama are also joining forces and remaking the landscape of the computer-generated world in their own image…

written by Matthew B. Roberts
directed by John Dahl
music by Bear McCreary

Guest Cast: Scott Porter (Nestor), Peter Wingfield (Director Gara Singh), Jorge Montesi (The Guatrau), Aleks Paunovic (William Adama Sr.), Elisabeth Rosen (Kolibri), Sina Najafi (William Adama), Genevieve Buchner (Tamara Adama), Panou (Olaf), Teryl Rothery (Evelyn), Jim Thomson (voice of Serge), Christian Tessier (Francis), Alison Araya (Isabelle Adama), Daleal Monjazeb (young Joseph), Alexander Kambolis (young Sam), Diego Diablo Del Mar (Bartender), William C. Vaughn (Fanboy), Nicola Anderson (GDD Receptionist), Colin Decker (Herac Soldier)

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