I started watching SG-1 at season 7, then quickly watched ALL seasons, all episodes.
I have been thoroughly impressed by the evolution of the story. I loved the movie, but never watched the show till year 7.
Just because someone at Sci-Fi made a bone headed scheduling change we have to stop the story??? I think the Ori thing could go much further than the Goauld thing.
Now BSG has suffered in the ratings, SG-1 is vanishing, SG-A is awesome and I am glad it is growing.
Can't we just publicly execute the person for changing the schedule at Sci-Fi, OR, is there no creative power in the Sci-Fi marketing machine that can create a way back to green pastures?
I for one would be willing to pay for the continuation of the show. (online purchase of episodes) But that shouldn't be necc.
C'mon Sci-fi, learn from a mistake, don't go on to make a bigger one. Everyone makes them, but you have a chance to in humility boost the loyalty factor with your viewers enormously, by communicating your commitment to them. (there is money in humility too)
Anyway, blah blah. I will go now back to the real world and leave my feelings of betrayal in this message. It is just a show, but the story intrigues many of us. It is sad that I do not have the finances to support the continuation of the broadcasting of this brilliant show. (starting my own tv network)