Teal’c is the focus of this episode as SG-1 returns to Chulak where his family and mentor are. 1,675 more words
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This episode focuses on Catherine Langford, her long thought to be deceased fiancé Ernest Littlefield, and their ties to the Stargate program. It also reveals that there are other alien powers besides the Goa’uld out there, even if modern Earthlings haven’t met any of them yet. 1,489 more words
Contributor: Rick McGimpsey
1. Stargate: Universe was a much better show hands down.
2. You lost me at MacGyver and Anubis being enemies. I am sorry I am going to stick with more intelligent Sci-fi I am comfortable with like Tripping the Rift or something. 54 more words
This episode is probably going to end up as one of my favorites of this season, maybe even the top favorite. Every aspect of the storyline is interesting, there is a lot of world-building, there are two women with agency, and future storylines are set up. 1,858 more words
I was actually developing Dark Matter as far back as 2007. That year comes to mind because, in 2007, we were producing Stargate: Atlantis’s fourth season and I remember walking the corridors of the ship we constructed for episode #405, Travelers, and saying to Paul: “We’ve got to find a way to keep these sets. 559 more words