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    Quote Originally Posted by Praxus
    She was so annoying in my opinion. She looks like she is about 12. She is five foot nothing and couldn't beat up a mouse.

    I am so glad she isn't on Atlantis.
    I know a lady 5'4". She's calm and unassuming. Patient and friendly. I am 5'10" weigh in the vicinity of 240. She tosses me around without sweating. She's sick wicked good.

    There was this one dude. His name was Bruce. He wasn't even 5'3" and didn't weigh 130lbs. The guys that worked out with him said getting kicked by him was like getting hit by a car. There is one story/myth of how someone attacked him. He kicked them in the side of the head. Their head snapped so quickly that their neck muscles tore. Bruce was little, but that dodn't mean a thing.

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    One of the problems with Hailey being in Atlantis is that there would be another officer in the mix. If you included her, that'd make four officers that we know of. That's a lot of officers for such a tiny contingent, even if the primary reason for one of them being there is to make Ancient technology turn on.

    Plus, it seems to me they kind of wanted to avoid having a Sam clone in Atlantis, which I think is a good idea.
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    They should have brought Jimmy Buffet. I mean they're on an island, basically. Can you think of anyone better to have if you're spending your down time on an island than Jimmy Buffet? I mean seriously. If not him, a world class chef. They're going to encounter new and interesting foods. A chef would be ideal. Besides I'm sure Wolfgang Puck would be more than happy to have a monopoly on gourmet dining in the pegasus galaxy.
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    Sorry, but if anyone should have been taken to Atlantis, it should have been me. I won't go into my credentials, just that I would be the most logical choice. Of course, I'm a tad biased......and VERY delusional. Better go take my meds now.
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    I kind of liked hating Hailey even when I thought she was a little twit. Although I think she and Mckay would kill each other if they were in the same room too long... might be interesting to watch but they just might be too much for one show.

    I think I would have been a great additon. I could be that person in the corner standing around looking rather like Wraith-bait.
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    I still like Hailey and feel she would have been a good addition to SGA. Being young, feisty, and inexperienced. . would have provided the writers with a whole canvas for character growth/development. She could have started out mouthy but could have grown into a mature and intelligent female character.

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    I can't believe I didn't think of this sooner. Ozzy Osbourne. It's perfect. The wraith probably wouldn't be able to feed on him without it severly messing up their minds. And since one wraith is connected to all the other wraith he'd make the one crazy and then the crazy would just filter through all of their neural net. Then their heads would all explode. It's brilliant!
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    Quote Originally Posted by FoolishPleasure
    I still like Hailey and feel she would have been a good addition to SGA. Being young, feisty, and inexperienced. . would have provided the writers with a whole canvas for character growth/development. She could have started out mouthy but could have grown into a mature and intelligent female character.
    too cliché. Hailey is too cliché - I am soooooooo sick of that type of character that I won't watch the eps she's in. And yes, I met a fair few of those when I was in the military. It wastes everyone's time having to slap them back to reality.

    And who mentioned a young team, way up there on the thread?
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    I'd rather see Grogan than Hailey. He makes a much better target.

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    I think we've been approaching this from entirely the wrong perspective. What about a character that would only be in an ep to be lunch for a wraith. I mean come on. It would be a quick easy way for the show to eliminate all the irritating characters from previous episodes. The possibilities are endless. I mean come on. It's brilliant!
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    i would've liked to see hailey there. in "proving ground" i think that she had more personality. i think that she would be a great addition. but since McKay was already going, i guess they thought that it would be redundant to have her go too
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    Diddo David85, I (say it as slow as possible) H H H H H H A A A A A A A A A A A T T T T T T T T T T T T T T E E E E E E E E E E E E D D D D D D D D D hailey... she had too few orrifices and way to many sticks to shove in them. I wouldn't watch Atlantis if she was there.

    As for Jonus, I am more then all for him joining the A-team. He seems to be an advanced human for the love of Pete. He would be a shoe in.

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    that would be cool if she was on atlantis only part time mckay would overshadow her big time and would see her as a kid

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brendan
    JONAS!!

    He should have been part of the regular cast I believe. They should have gotten rid of Lt. Ford and has Jonas part of the team. When Shanks came back to SG-1, Nemec should have been able to stay on as a recurring character (like. Dr. Beckett) and the character Jonas should have been able to return home.That way Jonas could have been offered a position on the Atlantis team. And then that way they would have brought an established character, who already had a good following, to the show.

    I would have loved to have seen Jonas on SG:A.
    Yes! Jonas should have stayed on Earth, then gone to Atlantis. He'd be a very useful person to have there. Besides, I miss him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Icemancmd View Post
    The Cadet that was as smart as Carter in season 4. She would have been 4 years older. Its kinda stupid that we never heard about her since that esp. She was one of the keys to the future of the SGC.

    Hmm, I suppose if they ever make a "Next Generation" of Stargate...

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    Hmm...

    I don't think Hailey would have been a good addition to Atlantis. She's simply to much like Carter. It would be like having Jack and young/cloned O'Neill together. Simply to weird and to alike.

    As for Jonas, I agree that he would have made a great team member. I would have send him, instead of Ford. The only down-side, IMO, is that was wouldn't have had Ronon then. Because - unlike Ford - I think Jonas would have been around for the full run of the show.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Icemancmd View Post
    The Cadet that was as smart as Carter in season 4.
    No offense, but I loathed that girl. I'm quite glad that she was never shown again...it would've been very annoying--for me, at least.

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    I actually liked her. She was stubborn and smart. The arrogance was bad, but in her age, that's quite understable. It's another example of the authors, how to have an interesting character and then drop it without any further mention. Someone above mentioned she's too much like Carter - I disagree, these two personalities are very different. Knowledge wise, of course, they'd be similar, but then you could say that McKay is also too Carter-alike, due to his expertise.

    Other than that, I simply like the fact that she's around my own height.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Morgania View Post
    Yes! Jonas should have stayed on Earth, then gone to Atlantis. He'd be a very useful person to have there. Besides, I miss him.
    They never really told us what happened of him... he might as well have made another time machine and went back to Pegasus.In an imaginary season 6, it would've been easy to bring him into the main story and back to Atlantis.

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    Hmm...
    I don't think Hailey would have been a good addition to Atlantis. She's simply to much like Carter. It would be like having Jack and young/cloned O'Neill together. Simply to weird and to alike.
    Hailey was the young scientist from Whispers? If yes, i rather liked her.It depends on how the writers would portray her, if she would be another Carter or not.
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    I think they should have sent Captain Kirk, he doesn't seem to be doing much since Boston Legal ended

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