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== Questions ==  
== Questions ==  
*Why do the U-87s obey Lacy's commands?
*Why do the U-87s obey Lacy's commands? (
*Who shot Duram?
*Who shot Duram?
*Is the medical practitioner Amanda mentions a young [[Sherman Cottle]]?
*Is the medical practitioner Amanda mentions related to [[Sherman Cottle]]?
== Official Statements ==  
== Official Statements ==  

Revision as of 12:21, 7 January 2011

The Heavens Will Rise
"The Heavens Will Rise"
An episode of the Caprica Series
Episode No. Season 1, Episode 16
Writer(s) Patrick Massett
John Zinman
Story by
Director Michael Nankin
Assistant Director
Special guest(s)
Production No.
Nielsen Rating
US airdate USA 4 January 2011[1][2]
CAN airdate CAN November 16, 2010
UK airdate UK
DVD release
Population {{{population}}} survivors
Extended Info
Episode Chronology
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Related Information
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[[IMDB:tt{{{imdb}}}|IMDb entry]]
Listing of props for this episode
[[frakr:{{{frakr}}}|Satirical view of this episode on WikiFrakr]]
Promotional Materials
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iTunes: [{{{itunes}}} USA]


As Tamara and Zoe continue to reshape New Cap City, Daniel seeks the help of Sam to enter the dangerous game. The Willows plot their plan for apotheosis. Duram's investigation is plagued with more problems. Lacy becomes a threat to the STO after it is discovered that the U-87 units recognize her commands.



Act 1

Act 2

Act 3

Act 4




  • Why do the U-87s obey Lacy's commands? (
  • Who shot Duram?
  • Is the medical practitioner Amanda mentions related to Sherman Cottle?

Official Statements

Noteworthy Dialogue

Guest Stars


  1. Gorman, Bill (27 October 2010). Caprica Cancelled by Syfy (backup available on Archive.org) . Retrieved on 28 October 2010.
  2. Exclusive: Syfy's "Caprica" to Sign Off Tuesday, January 4 (backup available on Archive.org) . (19 November 2010). Retrieved on 19 November 2010.