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Caprica: Key Points for "The Imperfections of Memory"

  • Nestor and Olaf have discovered that Zoe's avatar has been moved to another device. Clarice and Olaf plot to use Amanda to figure out what that device is. Most importantly, during this conversation Sister Clarice specifically mentions the word "resurrection," so we now know that somehow these events are going to be tied into the Cylon concept of resurrection.

  • Amanda is seeing a figment of her dead brother Darius, both in dreams (running down a hallway) as well as in the real world.

  • Zoe knows that Sister Clarice was snooping around her dad's computers, but doesn't appear to know the full extent of Clarice's tampering. We now know, however, that she is using Philomon at the moment to get out of Daniel's lab.

  • Joseph confronts Tad (Heracles in V-World) at his workplace and makes him go to V-World to find Tamara.

  • Clarice believes that since Amanda is seeing people that God is speaking to her through Amanda and her daughter Zoe (who holds the key to resurrection). When she visits Amanda, Amanda reveals that Darius died in a car wreck, resulting in Amanda spending a lot of time in therapy and ultimately prescribed drugs.

  • Vergis appears in Daniel's suite at the Bucs game and tells him that the chip Daniel stole never actually worked, and offers to buy the Bucs team again. Xander tries to convince Daniel to seel the team since they need the money, but in a moment of fury Daniel yells that he will never sell the team.

  • Keon tells Lacy that Barnabas won't help her unless he knows what she's shipping, or if she's STO, so Lacy jumps at the idea and says she'll just become STO then.

  • In a geeky moment, we get our first glimpse of Vipers in the Caprica world as Zoe and Philomon go on a date in a flight simulator within V-World.

  • Online, in New Cap City, Joseph gets a primer of the game, but Heracles (Tad) get shot by a dirigible so he's gone from the game for good.

  • Zoe unintentionally gives Philomon an idea of why the robots have been uncopyable. Her intention was to have Philomon get the robot out of the lab, but the plan backfires. Philomon tells Daniel that something in the MCP may be analag, which makes it where you can't copy it.

  • Amanda meets Clarice at The Dive and gets high with her. After saying was is apparently the idiom of "All of this has happened before, and all of it will happen again," she hands Clarice a letter she received in the mail from Delphi convalescent Institute. Apparently the Institute was a mental hospital where Amanda went for 2 and half years after her brother's death! She was seeing her brother everywhere, much like she is currently. Which begs the quesiton - is she going crazy again? Clarice uses her confession to try and implant her with her STO faith.
    Interesting tidbit from BSG-Wiki: "The Delphi Convalescent Institute appears to be the same location the Cylons use as a farm after the Fall, and where Kara Thrace and other women are kept prisoner. Indeed, in The Farm, Simon states that the building was formerly a mental hospital."

  • In New Cap City, Joseph gets accosted at knife-point by someone named Emmanuelle who will guide him to Tamara - for a cost (natch!).

  • In the lab, when Caesar the dog puts his ball at the robot's feet, Daniel wonders if Zoe is in the robot.

Get ready for next week's ep, "Ghosts in the Machine": Daniel is beginning to suspect that Zoe-Avatar is in the robot, but his pleas for his daughter to reveal herself go ignored. In an effort to flush her out, he launches a campaign of psychological torture, resulting in escalating tests that force Zoe into a choice she cannot take back. "

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Posted by Perrin on March 19, 2010 9:18 AM
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