Here's the entire episode "Six Of One" (S4x04) on Hulu.
And below are clips of some of my favorite parts...
Kara's got a good point here, despite her beyond-the-pale behavior.
Oh, wow. What Gaius Baltar fan would not chuckle with glee to watch James Callis make the most of this golden opportunity -- not to mention the fascinating music metaphor Gaius uses here, and the sixth sense he and his NotGaius seem to have about Tory. 50 kinds of fantastic.
And like Alan Sepinwall asked - are we going to next get a scene where NotGaius and NotSix talk to each other in someone's head? That WOULD be nifty.
A collective sigh was heard across the internet when this scene came on: Strip Triad with Racetrack and HotDog?
Toasting absent friends... *tears up* Meanwhile, Adama reconsiders Aurora. C'mon Bill, do the right thing!
Like Marc Bernadin says, Adama IS a mean drunk. But he also has a good point here. An amazing, devastating scene. Roslin and Adama are both so hardcore, and this debate makes their disagreements over Baltar's trial seem like hopscotch on the playground.
There were so many fantastic scenes this week, it was hard to cut it down to just these five. I loved the Centurion revolt, and Lee's goodbye scene with Kara as well (especially bittersweet now that it appears these two will be separated for quite some time). The hybrid's speech about 8 minutes into the episode continues to haunt me - it means SOMETHING. Bear McCreary chose two of my favorite scenes to discuss in detail on his blog, which is a good read as always, if you enjoy juicy details on scoring the show.
McCreary also mentions that there are just a few more tickets to his BATTLESTAR GALACTICA concert next Tuesday (tonight's show has been sold out for some time). According to Katee Sackhoff in her Cort & Fatboy interview last week, concert host James Callis will be singing! I hope one of you out there will attend and let us know how it went!