Yeah, the resonance with Galloway is not incidental since OP is again seen glowering at her while she's standing on the same platform he stood on.Hmmm this gets me wondering about what OP says "Everything that Humans knew about our plant we thought was shared"... or something along those lines however this seems a bit off to me as how would we know anything about cybertron besides what the Autos would have told us???
That seems to be a major plotline in the movie.
Also what about the "EV3NT" no not the TV Show but the one that random lady was explaining... she seems to me like either Galloways Replacement or someone who was the former head of Sector Seven. i could be wrong however this is my opinion
It's like DOTM is finally following through with some of the issues that were raised in Galloway's scene that were never dealt with in ROTF. Galloway complains about the Autobots not sharing their weapon technology, to which OP replies that humans are too warlike to be trusted with it. Galloway also expresses the belief that Autobots merely brought their war to earth, and asks if they shouldn't leave. It looks like these themes will be finally addressed in DOTM, and they take on greater meaning knowing that the U.S. government conspired to keep Sentinel Prime hidden.
Galloway always seemed to me like one of the more frustrating poorly written parts of ROTF. After his first scene, instead of tying him in with the government conspiracy/section seven theme of the first movie, he becomes just a comedy relief character; the suit wearing egghead who gets in the way. I always thought it would have been better if he was a more steely and formidable character, and if he had some twist or secret to reveal.