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102 Philo
Biographical Information
Name Philomon
Nickname Philo
Origin Qualai, Caprica
Residence Caprica
Occupation Chief Robotics Technician
Graystone Industries
Status Deceased
Relationship Information
Significant Other Rachel (girlfriend)
Character Information
Portrayer Alex Arsenault
First Episode "Rebirth"
Last Episode "End of Line"
Episode Count 5
Cultural References Philomon (name)
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Philo (Philomon) is a robotics technician employed at Graystone Industries. He designed the chassis for the U-87 robot. He was born in 15YR in Qualai.


Data from his Caprica V-Match Profile ("Know Thy Enemy")
Height: 5' 9"
Body Type: Average
Hair: Brown
Eyes: Blue
Age: 27
Hometown: Qualai, Caprica

BS Applied Mathematics, Qualai University
PHD Electrical Engineering
PHD Mechanical Engineering
MSCS Computer Sciences
MA Applied Physics

Hobbies: Applied Robotics, Quantum Mechanics on the nuclear level, Astrology
TV: Baxter Sarno, Reruns of Gemenon Monster Movies
Favorite Site: Grand Library of Libran


He views the Cylon "inhabited" by Zoe Graystone's sentient avatar as a work of art and refers to it as "she." His co-worker, Drew, belittles him for his attitude. ("Rebirth")




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Philo murdered

When confronted by the Zoe persona within the U-87 cylon prototype, Philo initially panics and Zoe pins him to the wall. Zoe frantically tries to explain who and what she is and to enlist his help to escape. This gives Philo time to collect his wits. He agrees to help Zoe, repeating his previous assertion that he does not care what she really looks like. However, when she releases him, he lunges for a nearby console and initiates an emergency lockdown. Startled, Zoe shoves him away from the keyboard. 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. Though his death is accidental, it could be argued that this makes him the first victim of the Cylon Wars. ("End of Line")

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