Talk:A Disquiet Follows My Soul

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Title

I know the episode's title was originally reported as "The Disquiet That Follows My Soul". The current title comes from Verheiden. SciFi.com says "The Disquiet That Follows My Soul" (episode guide and teaser), though. I'm not saying they are right, just thought I'd mention it. --Pedda 12:49, 18 January 2009 (UTC)

Well, according to the Sky TV planning preview thing, the next episode is going to be called "A Disquiet Follows My Soul", though I am confused myself as it seems like some places it call it one, and some others call it the other. -- Matthew R Dunn 00:20, 23 January 2009 (UTC)
Never mind, seems they all call it the current title now. -- Matthew R Dunn 00:22, 23 January 2009 (UTC)

Unlocking "Tom Zarek"

Tom Zarek plays an important part in "A Disquiet Follows My Soul," so updates to that article should appear there soon, but the article is still locked from the time "Sine Qua Non" aired! I apologize for posting this message here, but someone already posted a similar request at the Tom Zarek article--a request that hasn't been answered yet--and since most Wiki users will be focused on "A Disquiet Follows My Soul" over the next few days . . . Thanks. -- BlueResistance 13:13, 25 January 2009 (UTC)

I'm pretty sure that was just an oversight. It's unlocked now. I assumed when I read the topic that this was going to be about breaking Zarek out of his prison cell... --Steelviper 13:45, 25 January 2009 (UTC)
Thanks again. -- BlueResistance 17:10, 25 January 2009 (UTC)

Unnamed characters

Was the female cultist sitting next to the child, with some speaking lines during Baltar's speech credited? And also, is it me or is it the same Marine Lieutenant from "Escape Velocity" in Athena's raptor? And was Athena's ECO identified? Ausir 15:14, 25 January 2009 (UTC)

Definetely looks like the LT to me. For that matter, who was Zarek's Marine guard? Could that have been Colin Corrigan's character? It looked like he heard what Gaeta and Zarek were discussing, and Corrigan has said his marine plays a big role in the last episodes.--Colonial Marine NCO 15:18, 25 January 2009 (UTC)
Looked older than Nowart (Corrigan's character) to me. The marine was also present in the rec room when Gaeta talked to Starbuck, and when he told people inside to look the door, as they need to talk, so by the time he's guarding Zarek he is a member of Gaeta conspiracy. Ausir 15:25, 25 January 2009 (UTC)
Just when the Marines could've been doing something productive, too...ah, well.--Colonial Marine NCO 15:42, 25 January 2009 (UTC)

Questions (section 5)

"Besides Tigh, Admiral Adama, and Lee Adama, who else in the Fleet knows that Ellen Tigh is the Final Cylon?" - in the Chicago Tribune interview Ron Moore says Laura has also been told, but no one else.Genji2000 22:25, 25 January 2009 (UTC)

"What is Tyrol's status in the Colonial Fleet? In this episode, he was seen wearing only civilian clothing and was advocating for the Cylons. Has Tyrol resigned from the Colonial Fleet? Has he chosen to live amongst the Cylons in the fleet permanently?" - in either the interview or podcast for "Sometimes a Great Notion", RDM said that there was originally a scene with Tyrol moving permanently to the baseship in that episode, but it was cut. Given his status in this episode, it's safe to assume that he did. Ausir 00:01, 26 January 2009 (UTC)

Episode chronology

Wouldn't it make sense to put "The Face of the Enemy" between "Sometimes a Great Notion" and "A Disquiet Follows My Soul" in the Episode Chronology section of the infobox? Yes, the webisodes were released before "Notion", but they take place between "Notion" and "Disquiet", and the episodes make most sense when viewed in that order. Currently, e.g. the population count is confusing, as it's not clear whether the change refers to "Sometimes" or "Face" as the previous episode. Ausir 02:28, 26 January 2009 (UTC)


Nick Tyrol

Question, didn't Cally try and flush Nick out an airlock, because he was half Cylon in a Tie That Binds. So when did she get the paternity test? -Brucethespruce 17:37, 26 January 2009 (UTC).

All she said is that she didn't want the Cylons getting their hands on her son. -- Noneofyourbusiness 17:38, 26 January 2009 (UTC)
Doesn't this beg the question; that as a full human child what interest would the Cylons have with Nick. Doesn't not resolve the GAPING plot hole, that is from the same season. -Brucethespruce 17:13, 28 January 2009 (UTC).
Tyrol didn't know Nicky wasn't his biological son. And all Cally knew was that she was married to a Cylon and a Cylon was raising her son, and the XO was a Cylon. Surely there was a dark purpose to all of this. In her state of mind, that meant 'remove me and Nicky from this nightmare'. BTW, you used a double negative, which resolves to a positive. -- Noneofyourbusiness 19:34, 28 January 2009 (UTC)

Tyrol's dialogue flub.

Tyrol:...Our technology is way in advance of ours. Tigh:Maybe you'd like a chart to keep it all straight? Perhaps this bit, if it could be transcribed properly, should go in noteworthy dialouge? ZeldaTheSwordsman 19:08, 28 January 2009 (UTC)

A good suggestion. Be bold. If you have a recording of the episode, transcribe the scene and add it to the page. --Peter Farago 19:14, 28 January 2009 (UTC)
It's done. Did you see my edit of Viper 8757?

Previous

The previous episode to this was 'Sometimes A Great Notion', not 'Face of the Enemy'. Genji2000 07:25, 4 February 2009 (UTC)

The Face of the Enemy was released before "Sometimes a Great Notion" for promotional reasons, but it takes place between "Sometimes" and "Disquiet" and the episodes make the most sense when viewed in that order. Air date is usually the best way to go, but in this case I'm leaning towards internal chronology, especially given that all three were aired pretty close to one another.
As for Razor, I think that while it takes place during season 2, it makes more sense positioned where it is now, given the "Harbinger of Death" reveal at the end, it would be too much of a spoiler back in season 2, and it assumes knowledge of the Cylon Hybrids when introducing the First Hybrid. Also, moving it by more than one season in the chronology section is more of a big deal than moving the webisodes one episode away.
Also, Razor is a kind of flashback, since it shows past events in a new light, while "Face of the Enemy" viewed before "Sometimes" is actually a flashforward, showing events that happen a few days later. Before I knew that it's actually set after "Sometimes", it was a bit confusing to me. Ausir 11:06, 4 February 2009 (UTC)