Daniel 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.
LogBook entry by Earl Green