Also, pennyfeline transcribed some of the dialogue and I think she did a better job then me in a few spots. Her post can be found HERE.
Ron felt that the young marriage, a couple just getting started, vs the divorced couple was a good juxtaposition.
The sudden appearance of Carolanne in Adama’s bed perhaps would have been less jarring if we got a better impression she was only there in his imagination. As Private Jaffey knocks on the door, Carolanne says, “It’s too early. You’re admiral now, right? Tell them to go away.”
Tigh brings up that it’s been “forty-nine days since we’ve seen the bastards.” (Maybe he should have sat in Lee’s briefing? ;)
Adama comments to Carolanne that it has been 26 or 27 years since they were married and she clarifies it has been 29 years. (OK, Jamie can play 29, but I can’t buy Lee is 29. I mean it’s been maybe four years since the attacks so he was 25 in the mini? And a captain. Not buying it.)
Adama states Carolanne’s full name as Carolanne Rosafina (sp?) Adama.
Carolanne: So young and broke and totally crazy about each other…some good times, but more bad.
Someone in the editing room questions why they changed the name to Carolanne since she was clearly called Caroline in the mini. Ron states that it’s Eddie who caught it and changed it during filming because he had said it on the show before so they went with it. (I’m confused. EJO/Adama used the name Anne in ‘Scattered’. Is Ron saying that came up with Carolanne to correct that error? )
Apparently Aaron Douglas made up Seelix’s name.
They did not want Carolanne to feel like Six (the one in Baltar’s head). I’m not sure how successful they were with that.
Much of Carolanne’s dialogue was cut to make her more mysterious and interesting.
Um, there was a shot of Adama on the toilet (I think when Tigh walks into his quarters) which was mercifully cut. Even Ron said it was too much.
Carolanne: This time last year you were circling New Caprica and working on a rather suave (HA!) mustache and you were totally miserable.
Adama: My happiness has never been a high priority, personally or professionally.
At this point Ron comments that they are going to lose a lot of this sequence.
Carolanne: Oh my god(s), I can’t believe you saved this.
Adama: You are cordially invited to celebrate the tenth anniversary of William and Carolanne Adama…
Carolanne: It was a hell of a party. You should have been there.
Adama: I had no choice. The entire battle group was deployed to handle the riots on Arelon (sp). We’ve been through this before.
Carolanne: Old arguments are all we have left. Is that why you keep doing this? So you can apologize yet again? Settle some old score.
Adama: I do it to try and remember the good times.
Carolanne: Then you should have cracked open a bottle with Saul and left me in the bottom drawer because our problem went a lot deeper than one bad night.
Carolanne makes a comment about “other women in Adama’s life” and she knows she’s not the last one. At first I thought it was a reference to him being unfaithful, but then additional dialogue led me to believe she just means Laura.
Carolanne: …The man who single-handedly saved the fleet from Cylon destruction. Admirals don’t need anybody, not friends, not lovers. It would certainly explain your new found vow of celibacy. Is that why I’m here? To play matchmaker? You and I both know your friend Laura has been dropping hints.
Adama: Is that before or after I threw her in jail?
Carolanne: Maybe she’s got a thing for bad boys? She wouldn’t be the first. (Hmmm, maybe this is what attracted Carolanne to Adama if, in fact, she didn’t really love him.) It wasn’t so long ago she was a third rate secretary of education. (OK, since this Carolanne is a manifestation of Adama’s mind, revealing his thoughts and what he believes to be true, does he feel this way about Laura? It makes no sense.) And Bill Adama was demoted to just a caretaker of a museum.
Adama: You make it sound like the Cylons did us a favor.
Carolanne: No favors, no favors at all. You may have been given the command that you always wanted. But the price that you've paid, the sheer loneliness…
As Adama is walking down corridor:
Carolanne: Those sidelong glances. That really use to get to you.
Adama: I don’t ever remember it intimidating you.
Ron felt it seemed as if Adama was directly responding to Carolanne, answering her in the ship
Ron comments on how Adama looks uncomfortable in the scene with Laura and he keeps asking for a “pretty shot of Laura” to be edited in.
There was a muffled line by Carolanne, “And whatever’s left of Bill Adama, that will have to take his place.”
After the 90 minute mark they stop the recording so Ron can go to a special effects meeting. When they pick up the next day, for some reason, the sound quality is a lot poorer.
Ok, there is a scene in CIC where Adama and Tigh are planning a jump. I have no clue why they felt this would have been needed.
Tigh: Draedis shows clear skies. Still on course.
Adama: How long to our next jump?
Tigh: Calculations are being distributed. Still waiting on confirmation from three ships.
Adama: Waiting has become a habit. We’re not waiting any longer. We’re going to jump in five minutes. Anybody who is not ready can play catch up. (Adama leaving undefended ships behind? Huh???)
Carolanne: That’s really good you say (something I can’t make out)…and a whole lot of people jump. Not as easy for you and me.
Adama: Nothing was as easy for us.
Carolanne: Guess I didn’t hop fast enough. Of course, you didn’t have the admiral bars back then. Is that why you never quit the service? Were you worried that they wouldn’t whisper about plain old Bill Adama the way they would gossip about the admiral?
At the beginning of the Lee/Adama scene:
Lee: Something about a “team effort”….”And for once we had a little bit of luck. For once.”
Carolanne tells Adama that the house he is imagining they never had. In reality, they moved every six months. She begins screaming in the shrillest voice imaginable about apartments and base housing and “whatever was easiest for the great Adama”.
After Lee reveals what he and Zak’s life was really like:
Carolanne: They needed a father. I tried. I tried. But after awhile I just couldn’t stand it. They were still a part of you. (So, she hated her kids because they reminded her of Adama? Nice.)
Adama: They were our children.
Carolanne: Terrible mother. No mystery there. That’s why you keep calling me back. All through your glorious career you prided yourself on being a leader of men, judging people...always making the hard call. (And then she goes into the bit we saw/heard about his fears of being wrong from day one and calling into question all of his decisions.)
Adama: I can’t believe she’d do that to you. To you and Zak.
Lee: I can read a calendar dad. I was born four months after you married her. Maybe she felt pressured.
Adama: You had nothing to do with that son. I loved her…
Here is something I thought I’d never say - bless Ron Moore. It’s hard to make out, but I could hear him comment on the calendar remark being a different subject and to lose it. As I feared when I first read the sides and it indicated that Carolanne was pregnant when she and Adama married, it was just one more thing Lee was going to absorb guilt about. Adama’s line trying to reassure him it had nothing to do with that/him reinforces my fears. It’s enough Lee had to deal with the abuse and, most likely, trying to protect Zak, I don’t think he needs to carry around the burden of thinking his parents misery was his fault. Beside, no way is he 29! ;p
During the rescue mission briefing you hear someone say, “Major Adama, Captain Thrace…” and then Lee say “Starbuck thinks she may have something on the hanger deck” followed by Adama telling Lee, “Go.” Ron didn’t feel the bit about Starbuck was necessary.
After Adama’s comment about Cottle prepping the hyperbaric chamber:
Adama: Tell them to hold the raptor. I’m going out there.
(Something about “the raptor is prepped…” and “Apollo and Starbuck…”)
Adama: It’s my responsibility.
Tigh: You’ve done everything you can. You made the hard call.
(Some more stuff I can’t quite make out.)
Adama: Launch the raptor
Yeah, having Adama think he should be on a raptor during a dangerous mission would have made a lot of sense.
Adama: You're the President of the twelve Colonies. I'm the Admiral of the Colonial Fleet. Like it or not, we have certain responsibilities. (Ron says something about this being edited down because it sounded too definite.)
Laura: Yes, we do, and I will be back in a few days and, if you would like, we could talk more about that night.
Ron talks a bit about the Adama/Laura scene at the end. How Adama is basically wondering if Laura would have been his girlfriend had the Cylons not come back, but they did. He opens the door on the possibility now, then closes it.
Laura comments about how she hated the gym and isn’t going back.
Adama comments to Carolanne, “I’ll never forgive you for what you did to Lee and Zak.”
And then it just cuts off!