Continuing on, with Episode 11: Sometimes a Great Notion
The aftermath of finding a dead planet, the survivors of the 12 tribes and the rebel base ship are trying to figure out how to deal with the situation at hand. Well, I assume the rebel base ship is doing the same - we never see them really. Morality is at an all-time low - I think that is well-represented by the President's utter depression. I believe she is representing the entire fleet with her feelings. The greatest tragedy out of all of this is D, who shoots herself despite appearing to be extremely happy.
Starbuck finds her decaying body and crashed Viper, which leads us initially to think that she is a Cylon. But that's still not clear, which I appreciate, because I always thought it was too easy for Starbuck to be one of the Final Five. There's got to be another reason - maybe that's not actually her? But she burned the body, so I don't know.
In the end of the episode Tigh realizes that Ellen is the fifth - which is what I guessed a few episodes ago.
So I was right - this episode was not as good as the last one, but it is starting to answer some questions (while asking new ones - thanks!). I can't wait to see more.