I'm not exactly surprised or anything. It's just hilarious, is all.
Okay. I have no idea of the episode title, but it's the one (of two, possibly?) where Count Ibli (s/p) (some creepy guy in white robes that they find on a planet and decide for some reason to bring back to the incredibly vulnerable fleet) is the manipulative (And Possibly Re-Incarnated Cylon) Bastard In White who hypnotizes the entire fleet, tries to blow up the survivors, then kills Apollo when Satan Ibli tries and fails to steal Sheba's soul. Then Sheba and Starbuck cry, load Apollo's body into the ship, and head back to the Galactica - only to be sucked into an alternate dimension all full of glowy white light, where all their clothes turn white, and the Ascended sparkly aliens bring Apollo back to life, and tell them that a) humanity is destined for something awesome, b) although Ibli was totally allowed to kill Sheba, who had chosen to follow him, by killing Apollo he broke the rules, and will now have to be punished, and c) they can't help them directly, because they can't interfere with free will, and that's why it was okay for Ibli to kill Sheba and not Apollo, and why they didn't interfere when Ibli was trying to hypnotize the fleet into the nearest sun, because they chose to follow him.
Count Ibli = Anubis Glowy-Voice Man = Oma Apollo = Daniel (or something) Sparkly Aliens = The Ascended, circa 1976!
SG-1 really doesn't do anything original, and I love them for that. ;)
Ew. BSG is over. Enterprise is coming. Time to change the channel...