Three 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)
LogBook entry by Earl Green