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Atlantean Citizen
August 10th, 2006, 04:26 AM
There're something about episode, "Prototype" (9x09) that really brothers me..

So, that character, Kalek reminds me of a aryan. It is just symbol? Anubis tried to breed a perfect creature, like Hitler tried to breed a perfect creature... like Blond hair, blue eyes, smart, perfect body, and you name it. Kalek matches this catalog. Did you notice it?

Perhaps, TPTB likes to create more metaphor to keep the show more interesting, right?

Just thought...

Any thought? :)

Stevo
August 10th, 2006, 04:45 AM
i personally think your reading too much into it, he was a clone of anubis designed to accend and destroy the ancients

ReganX
August 10th, 2006, 04:49 AM
I think that it is more probable that TPTB chose the best actor for the role and that his colouring played little to no part in that decision.

Skydiver
August 10th, 2006, 04:54 AM
i agree. i don't think aeryan had anything to do with it

it was just an actor who nabbed the role

Albion
August 10th, 2006, 05:34 AM
I tend to agree with other posters that it was just coincidence.

However, even if you were right - I'm unclear as to why this would make TPTB apologists for Hitler. I don't recall anything in Prototype which stated that Anubis (or, by extension Hitler) was right in their quest to breed a master race. Quite the opposite in fact.

Albion :)

Lord Shiva
August 10th, 2006, 09:55 AM
There're something about episode, "Prototype" (9x09) that really brothers me..

So, that character, Kalek reminds me of a aryan. It is just symbol? Anubis tried to breed a perfect creature, like Hitler tried to breed a perfect creature... like Blond hair, blue eyes, smart, perfect body, and you name it. Kalek matches this catalog. Did you notice it?

Perhaps, TPTB likes to create more metaphor to keep the show more interesting, right?

Just thought...

Any thought? :)

okaaaaay.

wtf does that have to do with them being "Hitler apologists?"

Sauron18
August 15th, 2006, 08:18 PM
Khalek was indeed simply the first (possibly) of an army of clones of Anubis' preascended form, which he planned to make ascend and battle the Ancients.

He wasn't trying to perfect anything, Khalek is just what Anubis' host looks like in it's not-half-ascended form.