Uggggggggghhhhhhhh, do the writers only have 15 minutes of material to work with. 45 minutes of filler followed by 15 minutes of content. This episode could have been 20 minutes long and still wouldn't have missed anything. Well, at least we didn't have any Baltar and his armed harem in this episode. I guess that means that we'll have to suffer through 30 minutes of them in one of the 3 remaining episodes. I did find one thing funny as I watched the episode last night. For a fleet that has no food, they certainly seem to have a lot of booze. Chief and Boomer Spoiler Boy did Boomer play chief for a fool. I'm beginning to agree with the folks that thought the other Cylons knew where the fleet was the entire time. I thought chief was in on the kidnapping of Hera until I remembered that Hera was Athena's child. Maybe Ellen was reprogrammed to help her before she left the base ship. Wouldn't that be interesting? The whole thing at the end when Chief goes back into the vision was pretty cheesy. What did he think he was going to find? Boomer sitting in the chair saying “Ha Ha, sucker, I fooled you.” Starbuck Spoiler I guess that was supposed to be her dad. But did they have to drag that whole thing out for 1/2 the show. She could have picked up the notes from Hera and then figured it out on her own by playing with the piano after she got her tape back. The whole thing could have been boiled down into about 10 minutes. President Roslin Spoiler Please be dead. I really don't care about your character any longer. I thought you decided to stop being in charge a couple of episodes ago. I guess now that Lee cleaned up your mess with Zarek, you have decided to come back to work Galactica (based on the preview for next week) Spoiler Why do I think they are going to leave Galactica and head over to the Base ship? Then Adama will do a "captain goes down with the ship" and have Galactica pull a "Pegasus" on Cavils base ship. To steal a bit from Bill Maher. New Rule Spoiler No one is allowed to figure anything else out through a vision. People have brains and can figure things out without spending 1/2 a show talking to someone that isn't there. It seems like every time the writers have something new to show, they fall back to someone having a vision.