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End of the Line
Episode Season 01, Number 09
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Title "End of the Line"
Airdate March 26, 2010
Written by Michael Taylor
Directed by Roxann Dawson
Previous "Ghosts in the Machine"
Next "Unvanquished"
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About Edit

End of the Line is the ninth episode of the first season of Caprica and the tenth produced hour of the series. It first aired on the SyFy Channel on March 26, 2010.

Summary Edit

Joseph and Tamara Edit

109 Joseph Derezzes

Tamara Sends Her Father Home

109 Evelyn Prepare to Come Out

Evelyn comes out

Tamara (Cyber)'s T-with-flower symbol shines in a window. She enters the room and realizes that Emmanuelle is behind her. Emmanuelle tells Tamara that she is a friend of Tamara's father and that he is looking for his daughter full time in New Cap City. He has become so obsessed that he missed his son's ink day. He has become a regular user of amp. Tamara (Cyber) does not believe that she can help him, but Emmanuelle has a plan. Sometime later, Joseph Adama arrives in the same room. He pauses to use some amp then calls out that he can hear whoever is in the room. Tamara greets him and tells him that she does not want him to follow her anymore because if that is all he does it is all he will ever do. Without warning, Tamara (Cyber) draws a weapon and shoots herself in the chest. Unaware that his daughter's avatar's wounds always heal, Joseph yells in shock. Tamara turns the weapon on him and shoots him "fatally," causing him to de-rez from New Cap City forever. Emmanuelle, sitting at a table at one side of the room reaches up to her head as if removing glasses and, in the dining room at the Adama residence, Evelyn removes her holoband. She goes to the living room where Joseph has just returned from the Virtual World, embraces and comforts him.

Zoe Edit

109 Philo Tries to Cope

Zoe comes out to Philo

In order to get the U-87 military contract done on time, Daniel Graystone tells Philo to wipe the MCP chip and start over, abandoning his attempts to develop artificial sentience. This will destroy the Zoe avatar program.

Fearing extinction, Zoe as the U-87 comes out to Philo. He initially panics, and is pinned to the wall by the U-87 while Zoe frantically tries to explain who and what she is, and to enlist his help in escaping. This gives Philo time to collect his wits. He agrees to help Zoe, repeating his previous assertion that he doesn't care what she really looks like (his promise to her as Rachel on their last V-World date), but when she releases him he lunges for a nearby console and initiates an emergency lockdown. Startled, Zoe shoves him away from the keyboard, but in her alarm she forgets the strength of the U-87 and flings Philo head first into a support column, killing him instantly through blunt force trauma.

109 Zoe Strikes

Zoe escapes Daniel's lab

In desperation, she steals a Graystone Industries company van, and escapes the lab. Since the U-87 is a military contract, the military is called out to stop her. However, they are instructed not to destroy the robot. A roadblock is set up to stop her, but she barrels through. The van flips and crashes.

Amanda Edit

109 Amanda Steps Off

Amanda Solves Her Problems

The Contract Edit

109 Sasha Patel

Daniel Gets Bad News

Colonel Sasha Patel of the Caprican Military Department of Procurement visits Daniel Graystone at his home laboratory to check on the progress of the U-87 military contract. She calls Daniel on his delay in delivering the robots due to the difficulties of reverse-engineering stolen technology, referring to the theft of the MCP from the Vergis Corporation. Daniel tries to deny this. She tells him that Defense may have turned a blind eye to this, but Procurement knew what they were getting into.

Daniel is supposed to deliver on the contract in one month. The longer the project drags on without results, the more embarrassment it causes the Department. Therefore, Colonel Patel moves the deadline up to the next week knowing Daniel will not be able to deliver.

Later that evening she and Tomas Vergis have dinner. Because he promises robots that work and a share of civilian applications, she tells him that he will get Graystone Industries and the military U-87 contract, guaranteed.

The STO Edit

109 An Infinity of Lights

After an STO Service

Trivia Edit

General Edit

Ratings Edit

Production NotesEdit

TriviaEdit

GeneralEdit

RatingsEdit

Production NotesEdit

The DVD box set lists the episode title as "End of Line." (1)

MusicEdit

Soundtrack:
Bear McCreary composed the operatic segment Capricoperatica for two soloists and chamber ensemble.
Music: Bear McCreary
Lyrics: Laura Kalpakian
Vocalists: Alyssa Johnson (soprano) and Alessandro Juliani (tenor)

Source Music:
Caprica Theme Music
Music: Bear McCreary
Daniel Graystone plays the Caprica theme on the piano after the U-87 prototype escaped his lab and stole a company van; and after he learned he will probably lose the robot and the military contract.

Bloopers and Continuity ErrorsEdit

  • The Caprica soundtrack album notes list Juliani as a baritone. He is a tenor.
  • At the beginning of this episode, there is flashback to a scene that never aired previously.

00:00:44.7 Clarice Willow: I'm being challenged for the Leadership of the STO by Barnabas.

Olaf Willow: If the leadership on Gemenon thinks we can't control one of our own STO cells,

Clarice Willow: Then trying to get our hands on Zoe's Apotheosis Program is pointless.

Five Seconds after...

Olaf Willow: Look at the way the bike chain is drawn.

Clarice Willow: It's Barnabas calling for a meeting.

ReferencesEdit

1. "End of Line." Caprica: Season 1.0, created by Ronald D. Moore and Remi Aubuchon, episode title, episode 109, Syfy, 2010, disc four.


Caprica Season 1
"Pilot" • "Rebirth" • "Reins of a Waterfall" • "Gravedancing" • "There is Another Sky" • "Know Thy Enemy" • "The Imperfections of Memory" • "Ghosts in the Machine" • "End of the Line" • "Unvanquished" • "Retribution" • "Things We Lock Away" • "False Labor" • "Blowback" • "Dirteaters" • "The Heavens Will Rise" • "Here Be Dragons" • "Apotheosis"
Starring
Eric Stoltz as Daniel Graystone Esai Morales as Joseph Adama Paula Malcomson as Amanda Graystone Alessandra Torresani as Zoe Graystone Magda Apanowicz as Lacy Rand Polly Walker as Clarice Willow Sasha Roiz as Sam Adama Brian Markinson as Jordan Duram
Guest Starring
Scott Porter as Nestor John Pyper-Ferguson as Tomas Vergis James Marsters as Barnabas Alex Arsenault as Philo Leah Gibson as Emmanuelle Jill Teed as Col. Sasha Patel
Co-Starring
Hiro Kanagawa as Cyrus Xander Genevieve Buechner as Tamara Adama James Pizzinato as Drew Liam Sproule as Keon Teryl Rothery as Evelyn Jim Thomson as Voice of Serge Jesse Haddock as Vergis' Driver Johnson Gray as Darius Zak Santiago as Pann Aidan Dee as Hippolyta Alan Wong as Soldier at Roadblock

Episode references Edit

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