Wow. I know there are going to be some right-wing blogs out there that are going to be screaming about the themes of the show (which in case anyone missed it seem to clearly place the Colonial civilians and military as the Iraqi resistance and the Cylons as the United States).
But the episode had a couple of great lines, most of them from Col. Tigh. Among them:
My only wish now was that the web series that was supposed to bridge last season with this season were not done the way they were. Instead of ten, perhaps they should have cut back a little and condensed them into longer episodes to allow them to more fully explore a couple of issues. The one that is the most critical to the show at this point, I would have thought, would be how does one resist against an enemy that cannot be killed but you can. Or to look at it another way, when does sacrifice for one's belief become self-defeating.
Anyways, those are just my thoughts.