The Imperfections of Memory

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The Imperfections of Memory
"The Imperfections of Memory"
An episode of the Caprica Series
Episode No. Season 1, Episode 7
Writer(s) Matthew B. Roberts
Story by
Director Wayne Rose
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US airdate USA March 12, 2010
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Know Thy Enemy The Imperfections of Memory Ghosts in the Machine
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Overview

To continue her goal of obtaining Zoe's avatar, Clarice carries on her friendship with Amanda who is being haunted by visions of her dead brother. Heracles guides Joseph through the hazards of New Cap City. Zoe and Lacy continues their respective efforts to get the U-87 to Gemenon while Daniel is still being pressured by Vergis to sell the Caprica Buccaneers to help work on the meta-cognitive processor.

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Teaser

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Act 4

Notes

  • The Delphi Convalescent Institute appears to be the same location the Cylons use as a farm after the Fall, and where Kara Thrace, amongst other women, are kept prisoner. Indeed, in The Farm, Simon states that the building was formerly a mental hospital.

Analysis

Questions

  • Is there any weight to Clarice's theory that God is speaking to her through Amanda and Zoe? Amanda claims she saw Clarice's face while she was recovering in the Institute. Could this be evidence of a higher power at work, just as the Angels influence events during and after the Fall?
  • Following on from this question, could there be a connection between Amanda's visions of her brother and the apparitions that appear to people in the Fleet sixty years later?

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