|Battlestar Galactica episode|
|Episode no.||Season 2|
|Written by||Joel Anderson Thompson|
|Directed by||Rod Hardy|
|Guest stars||Colm Feore as President Adar|
|Production no. Colm Feore (born August 22, 1958) is an American-Canadian Stage, Film and Television Actor.||213|
|Original airdate||January 20, 2006|
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Cancer-stricken President Laura Roslin lies near death in the Galactica's sickbay. Laura Roslin is a Fictional character in the re-imagined Battlestar Galactica series portrayed by Mary McDonnell. The Battlestar Galactica is a Space battleship in the original and re-imagined Science fiction Television series Elsewhere in space, a dangerous incident with Kat's Viper leads Chief Tyrol to discover sabotage of Viper ammunition by a civilian crewmember named Asha Janik. Louanne "Kat" Katraine is a character from the reimagined Battlestar Galactica television series portrayed by Luciana Carro. The Colonial Viper is the primary fighter spacecraft type used by the human protagonists in the Battlestar Galactica fictional universe Galen Tyrol (commonly referred to as The Chief) is a character on the television series Battlestar Galactica. Janik admits allegiance to "Demand Peace", a secret group of Cylon sympathizers who believe the fleet's "attack-and-run" tactics are becoming futile and the Cylon war unwinnable. The Cylons are a fictional race of bio-mechanical beings appearing in the reimagined Battlestar Galactica television series The only way ahead is to negotiate with the Cylons.
Still lucid and in command, Roslin orders that the pregnancy of the Cylon spy, Boomer, be terminated as she views it as a threat to the entire fleet. Lieutenant Junior Grade Sharon 'Boomer' Valerii, Number Eight, and Lieutenant Junior Grade Sharon 'Athena' Valerii Agathon refer to a collection of humanoid At Number Six's behest, Vice President Gaius Baltar, who is poised to assume the presidency upon Roslin's death, protests that a half-human, half-Cylon child would make an ideal case study. Number Six is a series of fictional Cylon characters played by Canadian actress Tricia Helfer in the television "re-imagining" of Gaius Baltar is a fictional character in the re-imagined Battlestar Galactica. According to Six, it is their child, after all. The child's biological father, Karl "Helo" Agathon, is also outraged by Roslin's decision. Karl C Agathon is a fictional character on the re-imagined Battlestar Galactica TV series portrayed by Tahmoh Penikett.
As President Roslin's condition deteriorates, the Galactica crew begins a death watch, and Vice President Gaius Baltar becomes Acting President, taking President Roslin's place on Colonial One and, with Number Six, begins to realize the ramifications of his Presidency. Gaius Baltar is a fictional character in the re-imagined Battlestar Galactica. Colonial One is a civilian starship in the Science fiction Television series Battlestar Galactica. Number Six is a series of fictional Cylon characters played by Canadian actress Tricia Helfer in the television "re-imagining" of He and Number Six decide that the hybrid child must be saved.
Admiral Adama is determined to carry out Roslin's final decree until Baltar discovers that the hybrid fetus's blood cells may possess fantastic healing properties which could cure Roslin's cancer. Admiral William "Bill" Adama is a fictional character portrayed by Edward James Olmos in the re-imagined Battlestar Galactica television series The abortion is halted.
Meanwhile, Adama arrests Royan Jahee, who comes to Galactica representing the Demand Peace group, but the group continues its violent revolt, bombing the tylium refinery ship Daru Mozu and leaving the fleet short of fuel and vulnerable to enemy attack. Tylium is a fictional metallic Ore featured in both versions of the science fiction series Battlestar Galactica. There have been many appearances of various Spaceships in the re-imagined Battlestar Galactica Science fiction Television series
An even more ominous threat emerges when Acting President Baltar meets with Gina, the flesh-and-blood version of Number Six. Number Six is a series of fictional Cylon characters played by Canadian actress Tricia Helfer in the television "re-imagining" of The Demand Peace representative reports back to her after leaving Galactica, and though no details are given she appears to be their leader.
In a hospital bed delirium state, Roslin has flashbacks of the moments before the Cylon attack at Caprica, and recalls a vision of Baltar meeting the tall blonde Cylon woman (Number Six) on Caprica. She realises the truth - Baltar was working with the Cylons. However as Roslin recovers thanks to Baltar's experimental treatment, Baltar reads a succession letter Roslin had written to him in the event that she died making him president. The tone of the letter, which makes it clear she has never trusted him or thought highly of him, turns Baltar against her.
When Royan Jahee returns to the leader of the Demand Peace group, Gina aka Number Six, she rejects President Roslin's demand that the attacks be stopped while they negotiate as merely being a delaying ploy. Number Six is a series of fictional Cylon characters played by Canadian actress Tricia Helfer in the television "re-imagining" of However, Royan Jahee has returned from the Galactica with a gift for Gina from Vice President Baltar: the nuclear warhead which was given to him by Adama when he claimed that he needed a source of radiation to complete his Cylon detector. A nuclear weapon is an explosive device that derives its destructive force from Nuclear reactions either fission or a combination of fission and fusion. " Bastille Day " is an episode of the reimagined Battlestar Galactica television series Putting it in the hands of Gina and the Cylon sympathizers has placed the entire fleet in mortal jeopardy.