Here are two synopses for tomorrow's ep (kindly raise your hand if you know who wrote the first one):
Graystone Industries provides an opportunity to never lose a loved one thanks to breakthrough technology. Others are staring down the same path as the deceased when held at gunpoint, and even still others are doing the gun-holding against another life-force. What the frak will they do? -- DaemonsTV
Episode Synopsis: A conflict on Tauron spills over to Caprica, prompting Sam to send guns to his home world; Amanda infiltrates Clarice's home to find information on the STO and winds up in a clash with the head of the household; Daniel tries to recreate Zoe's avatar and learns just how much control the Ha'La'Tha have over Graystone Industries.
Original Air Date: Oct 26, 2010
Guest Cast: Anita Torrance: Mar-Beth -- TV Guide
Side note: From the promo, Teryl Rothery and Jorge Montesi will also appear in the episode. (So will Eric Stoltz and Esai Morales, shockingly, even if you couldn't tell from those stills.)
TV Guide also has the synopsis for next week's episode, "Blowback:"
Episode Synopsis: Lacy is sent to Gemenon to join an STO training camp, but her flight gets hijacked along the way; the Willow clan becomes suspicious of Amanda; Joseph divulges a secret about the Ha'La'Tha that has ramifications for Sam and Daniel.
Original Air Date: Nov 2, 2010
Guest Cast: Ryan Kennedy: Odin Sinclair, Brian Markinson: Jordan Duram
You can still vote for Caprica and the cast in the People's Choice Awards polls. Quick links to the key categories are here.
SpoilerTV has the press release for Castle 3x08, "Murder Most Fowl," with John Pyper-Ferguson (possibly pestering Nathan Fillion). The episode airs on November 8.
Final reminders for tonight's 9 pm TV: Paula Malcomson is on The Event and Tricia Helfer is on Lie to Me.
Magda Apanowicz has written a cool article for Hollywood the Write Way.
Syfy will be auctioning one of Alessandra Torresani's dresses for charity and giving fans a chance to win a trip to the Battlestar Galactica exhibition in Seattle. See the press release for details.
Mark Verheiden has posted an update on his new project, Falling Skies, which kicks off on TNT next summer.
David Eick has talked to L.A. Times about Blood & Chrome.
James Marsters has confirmed that we haven't seen the last of him on Hawaii Five-0.
And here are those pictures from "False Labor:"