Adama: You would rather that we run?
Roslin: Yes, absolutely. That is the only sane thing to do here – exactly that, run. We leave this solar system and never look back.
Adama: You can run if you’d like. This ship will stand and it will fight.
Roslin: I’m going to be straight with you here. The human race is about to be wiped out. We have fifty thousand people left and that’s it. Now, if we are even going to survive as a species, then we need to get the hell out of here and we need to start having babies.

Miniseries, Part 2
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