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Review: "Stargate SG-1" Season Nine (TV Show)

Although I’ve watched quite a bit of “Stargate SG-1″ over the past few months, it just suddenly occurred to me that I haven’t reviewed any of it yet. 826 more words

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CANCELED: Unfinished Series in the Era of Netflix

There’s been a bit of a theme as of late, with most of my recent posts dealing with cancellation and renewal and cliffhanger endings. So today we’re going to keep that rolling by taking a look at how the Netflix binge-watching trend has affected the development of TV versus the way things used to be in the past. 1,402 more words

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October 5, 2014: A Toronto Cameo! Saturday mornings without cartoons?! Say it aint so!

So my flight got into Toronto at about 7:00 p.m. local time and it was a half hour later when the driver dropped me off at my new residence.   648 more words

Dr. Elizabeth Weir | Character Review

The character of Dr. Elizabeth Weir was a Stargate character created by Brad Wright and Robert C. Cooper and was first introduced in the Stargate SG-1… 739 more words

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Conclusion: will this research be a 5 year mission?

This series is only the first step in our Anthropology in Outerspace project. Indeed, when we started writing it, we asked ourselves: ”what are the representations of anthropologists and anthropology in science-fiction?”. 1,191 more words

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The Cool, the Nerdy and the Geeky: Rayna's Response

This post is part of the series Anthropology in Outerspace which examines representations of anthropology in science-fiction. To read previous installments in this series, consult the related contents section at the end of this post or select the series in the ”Our Series” menu in the right sidebar.  506 more words

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