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SG7
May 8th, 2010, 08:10 PM
So in this episode we finally got to see TJ and we could definately see her being pregnant. No trying to conceal it anymore. We also got to see some of the interactions between TJ and Young. She wanted to be a part of the team that went down to the planet. He didn't want her to go. We are beginning to see the interactions of the two of them playing out. Was he being over protective? There also wasn't any real announcement to the rest of the crew that she was pregnant. I'm guessing she told the rest of the crew at some other point that we didn't see.

Then later we see that he wrote a letter to TJ before going to use the chair. What did he write to her? What was in that letter?

What does everyone think?

SG7
May 8th, 2010, 10:09 PM
Loved the scene where TJ is asking Young to go down to the planet. And then through the scene we see that he doesn't want her to go, but in the end gives in to her and lets her go. So we can already see that they are having to work through what he will and won't let her do. Looks as though he is starting to be protective of her. Before TJ told him that she was pregnant, he wouldn't have had an issue with her going down to a planet. But now he does.

Was sweet seeing Greer after the explosion asking her if she was alright. Definately a sweet moment in my books.

And the letter that Young wrote to TJ. (And also wrote one to Scott I think it was, only caught TJ's initials on the one) I'm curious to know what it was he wrote to her. Young seems to have mellowed out a bit for me over the past couple of episodes or so. And now he is starting to grow on me. I am looking forward to seeing how Young and TJ continue to work out things through out her pregnancy. We can already see some of the struggles that they will have to deal with. Him wanting to be protective of her. Her wanting to retain her independance and be able to do the things the rest of the team are doing. And possibly him wanting to resume the relationship that they had and her not wanting to. It will all be interesting to see how it plays out. TJ has definately become my favorite of the show.

MattSilver 3k
May 8th, 2010, 10:21 PM
He may've just been protective, but he relented easily enough. The whole scene was nice. Just an easy banter between the two, and it felt kinda sweet. I'm hoping for more in a similar vein.

PG15
May 8th, 2010, 11:09 PM
Well, first of all, I totally called the overprotective Young thing. Go me. Me is Awesome.

Secondly, that was a very cute scene. :D I think TJ is feeling like she can do almost whatever she wants because, hey, she's got his kid; that's the ultimate trump card right there; her confidence was radiating in that scene. I also liked how Young couldn't stop smiling when he was talking to her.

pipi
May 8th, 2010, 11:40 PM
They should talk more in private and be more friendly. At the moment there is still an invisible wall between them.

EllieVee
May 9th, 2010, 12:43 AM
They should talk more in private and be more friendly. At the moment there is still an invisible wall between them.

And so there should be given that he is still her commanding officer and married.

SG7
May 9th, 2010, 08:46 AM
He may've just been protective, but he relented easily enough. The whole scene was nice. Just an easy banter between the two, and it felt kinda sweet. I'm hoping for more in a similar vein.

I agree. I too hope to see more scenes of the two of them. I also noticed that he seemed to smile a bit when around her. And I noticed that she seemed a bit happier too. Almost had a look of a sense of relief. Now that everyone on board, especially Young knowing that she is pregnant. And also the fact that she doesn't have to do things to try and hide her pregnancy from anyone anymore.

I too also wouldn't mind seeing some more of their private conversations. Not necessarily ones of them getting back together, or anything because he is still technically married, but at least seeing the two of them talking together about her pregnancy, the baby and stuff. The normal things that two people who are expecting a baby would be talking about.

Edit: I wonder if it was intentional to have TJ wearing a white shirt like that? As we could definately see TJ's baby bump in that shirt, where as darker outfits and the black military outfit she had on barely showed her baby bump. I actually liked her in that white shirt. Then again I have a thing for shirts like that myself. Only I like to wear them ot buttoned up nover a Tshirt.

SG7
May 9th, 2010, 08:51 AM
And so there should be given that he is still her commanding officer and married.

Would love to be the fly on the wall when his wife finds out that TJ is pregnant with his kid.....Again, my funny money's on Wray spilling the beans to someone at the SGC, and then Telford being the one to tell Young's wife.

xxxevilgrinxxx
May 9th, 2010, 10:48 AM
So in this episode we finally got to see TJ and we could definately see her being pregnant. No trying to conceal it anymore. We also got to see some of the interactions between TJ and Young. She wanted to be a part of the team that went down to the planet. He didn't want her to go. We are beginning to see the interactions of the two of them playing out. Was he being over protective? There also wasn't any real announcement to the rest of the crew that she was pregnant. I'm guessing she told the rest of the crew at some other point that we didn't see.

Then later we see that he wrote a letter to TJ before going to use the chair. What did he write to her? What was in that letter?

What does everyone think?

Nope, no concealing it so I guess everyone knows
overprotective? That tends to go with the territory and given the situation they're in, I can see that only being stronger. I can't wait until the letter contents come out; I think they will at some point or we wouldn't see it at all

xxxevilgrinxxx
May 9th, 2010, 10:50 AM
Well, first of all, I totally called the overprotective Young thing. Go me. Me is Awesome.

Secondly, that was a very cute scene. :D I think TJ is feeling like she can do almost whatever she wants because, hey, she's got his kid; that's the ultimate trump card right there; her confidence was radiating in that scene. I also liked how Young couldn't stop smiling when he was talking to her.I like that too, it was cute :) I loved how he tried NOT to do it; he had that smile hammered down almost all the way but not quite :D

Cory Holmes
May 9th, 2010, 11:37 AM
I like that too, it was cute :) I loved how he tried NOT to do it; he had that smile hammered down almost all the way but not quite :D

Too true :)

SG7
May 9th, 2010, 02:25 PM
I like that too, it was cute :) I loved how he tried NOT to do it; he had that smile hammered down almost all the way but not quite :D

Yeh, it almost looked as though when Young would see TJ, he was happier. So we'll see how the interaction between the two play out over the next few episodes.

SG7
May 9th, 2010, 02:29 PM
Nope, no concealing it so I guess everyone knows
overprotective? That tends to go with the territory and given the situation they're in, I can see that only being stronger. I can't wait until the letter contents come out; I think they will at some point or we wouldn't see it at all

And Young's comment to TJ of "we're gonna make this work" in last episode is starting to be seen in the little exchanges between Young and TJ. She wanted to go down to the planet and he didn't want her to go. However I think he assessed the risk and made the compromise for her.

I wonder how many on board know that it is Young's baby that TJ is pregnant with?

pipi
May 9th, 2010, 05:34 PM
And so there should be given that he is still her commanding officer and married.

That's a very convenient excuse to dump all child raising obligations onto the mother and just visit the kid once a blue moon and pay child support. Dead beat father.

Lord Hurin
May 9th, 2010, 05:51 PM
That's a very convenient excuse to dump all child raising obligations onto the mother and just visit the kid once a blue moon and pay child support. Dead beat father.

And when did we get any indication that this is what Young is doing/ will do?

xxxevilgrinxxx
May 9th, 2010, 05:58 PM
And when did we get any indication that this is what Young is doing/ will do?

I really can't see Young as being a deadbeat father and really, where would he go? Not only could he not go if he was inclined, who would LET him? Scott looks up to Young but I can't see Scott sitting idly by while that happened. Greer would likely be more robust in his objections :D I just can't see Young do that at all; the way the writers have written him, he's just not wired that way.

Lord Hurin
May 9th, 2010, 05:59 PM
I really can't see Young as being a deadbeat father and really, where would he go? Not only could he not go if he was inclined, who would LET him? Scott looks up to Young but I can't see Scott sitting idly by while that happened. Greer would likely be more robust in his objections :D I just can't see Young do that at all; the way the writers have written him, he's just not wired that way.

Agreed 100%

Commander Zelix
May 9th, 2010, 06:27 PM
I didn't like the scene between TJ and Young. I think they are still to cold with each other. What their relationship only a fling or was there more to it? I understand how other people may like the scene. It was short and sweet.

SG7
May 9th, 2010, 07:18 PM
I didn't like the scene between TJ and Young. I think they are still to cold with each other. What their relationship only a fling or was there more to it? I understand how other people may like the scene. It was short and sweet.

Makes sense that they would still be somewhat cold to each other. TJ only just told him that she was pregnant so I wouldn't expect that they are all great with each other. I imagine it will take some time for the two of them to get to a place where they are both comfortable and are accepting of her pregnancy and the roles that each other will have in her pregnancy. We can already see Young being protective of her. Which does indicate that he is starting to accept his role in her pregnancy.

It will be interesting to see if she tries to test Young's limits and try to do more things that he wouldn't want her doing.

SG7
May 10th, 2010, 07:01 AM
Here is an interesting thought. We had Wray swap bodies with the parapolegic. I wonder what would happen if TJ swapped bodies with someone and she went into labor during swapping? That would make for an interesting swap!

Egle01
May 10th, 2010, 07:02 AM
Here is an interesting thought. We had Wray swap bodies with the parapolegic. I wonder what would happen if TJ swapped bodies with someone and she went into labor during swapping? That would make for an interesting swap!Not for the person in TJ's body. :P

SG7
May 10th, 2010, 07:04 AM
Not for the person in TJ's body. :P

Agreed! They would suffer the pain while TJ wouldn't have to! Though I imagine that it wouldn't take long before the one in TJ's body would want to rush back to the stones to swap back!

However I somehow get the impression that Young wouldn't allow TJ to do a swap anymore until the baby is born anyway.

Egle01
May 10th, 2010, 07:09 AM
Agreed! They would suffer the pain while TJ wouldn't have to! Though I imagine that it wouldn't take long for the one in TJ's body to rush back to the stones to swap back!It must feel weird to swap bodies with someone, but even more so with someone pregnant.

Can I just say how much I loved the scene between TJ and Young, where she asked permission to off-world? Young seemed to ponder a lot in "Sabotage", so maybe his ep is coming up soon. That'd be great if it means more stuff between TJ and Young.

SG7
May 10th, 2010, 07:19 AM
It must feel weird to swap bodies with someone, but even more so with someone pregnant.

Can I just say how much I loved the scene between TJ and Young, where she asked permission to off-world? Young seemed to ponder a lot in "Sabotage", so maybe his ep is coming up soon. That'd be great if it means more stuff between TJ and Young.

I hope so too as I am absolutely loving AH since the second half of SGU started up! So I'm hoping we see more of her and Young too! In fact mostly why I get excited about any episodes these days IS because of Alaina Huffman and TJ!

mere earthling
May 10th, 2010, 07:51 AM
I see TJ now as being empowered and they both know it. She the ships medic-he needs her, she's pregnant with his child and he has no control over that-military and/or otherwise. He will sit in the chair to keep her and the baby safe.

Realistically, they may never get home and this may either ones only chance at having offspring. There is a lot at stake and they have to take each day as it comes. I'm interested to see what happens now.

Egle01
May 10th, 2010, 08:21 AM
I hope so too as I am absolutely loving AH since the second half of SGU started up! So I'm hoping we see more of her and Young too! In fact mostly why I get excited about any episodes these days IS because of Alaina Huffman and TJ!D i t t o . :)


I see TJ now as being empowered and they both know it. She the ships medic-he needs her, she's pregnant with his child and he has no control over that-military and/or otherwise. He will sit in the chair to keep her and the baby safe.That's the connection I made with his willingness to sit in the chair in "Sabotage".

SG7
May 10th, 2010, 12:01 PM
D i t t o . :)

That's the connection I made with his willingness to sit in the chair in "Sabotage".

AMEN to that! Ever since her performance in "Faith" I have had the utmost respect for AH as an actress. And can't wait to see the next episode as soon as I've watched one, just so I can see more of her. I actually told Alaina that on twitter last week and she actually messaged back to thank me for it. And THAT left me over the moon! :):):)

Yeh I too think she now realizes that she has a bit of "power" over Young in that she is carrying his child and the fact that she is the ships only medical person. It might be a good idea for her to teach a few things to someone else on board just in case anything happens. As we saw in this past episode, anything can happen, and if something were to happen to her, then they would be screwed until someone used the stones to get another doctor on board. Imagine if she were to have complications with her pregnancy and had to be bed ridden or something and she couldn't perform her duties. That would not be good for those on board Destiny.

Egle01
May 10th, 2010, 12:42 PM
Imagine if she were to have complications with her pregnancy and had to be bed ridden or something and she couldn't perform her duties. That would not be good for those on board Destiny.No-no, I will not think dark thoughts about something happening to TJ. :P A lot of fans are doing that for me, and I just hope she'll be alright.

xxxevilgrinxxx
May 10th, 2010, 12:59 PM
she's got quite a few people helping her out as the infirmary scene in "Sabotage" shows....I'm hoping for the best too, this show has made me really care for TJ/Young (and others) so it's going to hurt :(

Cory Holmes
May 10th, 2010, 01:49 PM
He will sit in the chair to keep her and the baby safe.



D i t t o . :)

That's the connection I made with his willingness to sit in the chair in "Sabotage".

Not me. I took his willingness to sit in the chair as an indication of his unwillingness to be the one ordering another person potentially to his/her death. As was stated in Water, and referenced by O'Neill himself, Young was an outstanding SG team leader before the pressure of always being the one to send other people to their deaths got to him. "I don't think I have it in me, sir," he'd said to the General.

He's also always being the one on the front lines, putting his life at stake before willing to risk anyone else's. He was willing to test the wormhole in Air, out collecting water in Water, lead the strike team in Time... Hammond understood that being the guy on top means having to make the choices about (maybe) spending other peoples' lives, and Young reached that and decided he didn't care for it.

SG7
May 10th, 2010, 04:37 PM
No-no, I will not think dark thoughts about something happening to TJ. :P A lot of fans are doing that for me, and I just hope she'll be alright.

I don't either. She IS my favorite on the show and I too really really don't want to see anything happen to TJ!

pipi
May 10th, 2010, 05:53 PM
Here is an interesting thought. We had Wray swap bodies with the parapolegic. I wonder what would happen if TJ swapped bodies with someone and she went into labor during swapping? That would make for an interesting swap!

As devious as it is, TJ would probably want to endure the labour pains as part of becoming a mother. It'll be safer and more controlled if she's in control of her own body when the time comes. It's a good learning experience.

SG7
May 10th, 2010, 07:08 PM
As devious as it is, TJ would probably want to endure the labour pains as part of becoming a mother. It'll be safer and more controlled if she's in control of her own body when the time comes. It's a good learning experience.

Though it would be interesting if TJ didn't know exctly how far along she actually was and did a swap. It would definately be a shocker to the person she swapped with if she suddenly went into labor! That would definately make for some interesting drama!

pipi
May 11th, 2010, 02:14 AM
Though it would be interesting if TJ didn't know exctly how far along she actually was and did a swap. It would definately be a shocker to the person she swapped with if she suddenly went into labor! That would definately make for some interesting drama!

This hypothetical scenario is crossing into masochism. The poor girl would be permanently traumatised with labour pains and people staring into her extra wide parts. The embarrassment and shock would be similar to being raped and violated. So it would not be interesting at all for the general public and definitely not family friendly.

SG7
May 11th, 2010, 04:43 AM
This hypothetical scenario is crossing into masochism. The poor girl would be permanently traumatised with labour pains and people staring into her extra wide parts. The embarrassment and shock would be similar to being raped and violated. So it would not be interesting at all for the general public and definitely not family friendly.

You have a point there. Though I doubt that she would do any swapping at that point in her pregnancy. In fact I doubt that she would swap while pregnant anyway. Besides she'd probably have Young not wanting her to anyway.

SG7
May 11th, 2010, 02:42 PM
I wonder how long it will take for word to get back to the SGC about TJ's pregnancy with Young's child? We have already seen Wray use the stones. And there wasn't any mention of TJ's pregnancy to anyone at the SGC from what we could see. I'm wondering if Young will get a chance to tell his wife before word gets back to her via other sources cough *Wray* cough

xxxevilgrinxxx
May 11th, 2010, 04:16 PM
I wonder how long it will take for word to get back to the SGC about TJ's pregnancy with Young's child? We have already seen Wray use the stones. And there wasn't any mention of TJ's pregnancy to anyone at the SGC from what we could see. I'm wondering if Young will get a chance to tell his wife before word gets back to her via other sources cough *Wray* cough

I found it pretty interesting that that wasn't revealed. I'd think that if the writers were aiming to have Wray spill the beans, she would have done so while she had a near month in which to do it. It should prove interesting to see when this comes out though

EllieVee
May 11th, 2010, 05:09 PM
Far more likely if it's being kept quiet that someone like Wray would say nothing to protect TJ rather than to protect Young.

Lord Hurin
May 11th, 2010, 06:06 PM
Far more likely if it's being kept quiet that someone like Wray would say nothing to protect TJ rather than to protect Young.

Honestly, I'm not sure what telling everyone back home would accomplish other than pissing off Young's wife and (maybe) superiors.

xxxevilgrinxxx
May 11th, 2010, 06:18 PM
Honestly, I'm not sure what telling everyone back home would accomplish other than pissing off Young's wife and (maybe) superiors.
It would add more ammunition to removing Young as the authority on Destiny....or something. How exactly that's going to happen when they are so far from Earth is beyond me, but I'm surprised that Wray didn't go there. I figured the minute she was free to do so, she's be flapping her gums about it :)

Major_Griff
May 11th, 2010, 06:29 PM
It would add more ammunition to removing Young as the authority on Destiny....or something. How exactly that's going to happen when they are so far from Earth is beyond me, but I'm surprised that Wray didn't go there. I figured the minute she was free to do so, she's be flapping her gums about it :)

Young said it himself in 'Justice', he doesn't need General O'Neill to stay in command. And I don't think Jack would remove Young from authority for this, at least not in their current situation across the universe with no real better alternative.

xxxevilgrinxxx
May 11th, 2010, 06:32 PM
Young said it himself in 'Justice', he doesn't need General O'Neill to stay in command. And I don't think Jack would remove Young from authority for this, at least not in their current situation across the universe with no real better alternative.

exactly, it's been the stance all along. Young is quite clearly in charge and I don't see O'Niell as changing that, but it still surprised me that Wray didn't try to use TJ's pregnancy to her advantage. After all, she's tried so many other things.

EllieVee
May 11th, 2010, 06:37 PM
Honestly, I'm not sure what telling everyone back home would accomplish other than pissing off Young's wife and (maybe) superiors.

Yes!

Major_Griff
May 11th, 2010, 06:39 PM
exactly, it's been the stance all along. Young is quite clearly in charge and I don't see O'Niell as changing that, but it still surprised me that Wray didn't try to use TJ's pregnancy to her advantage. After all, she's tried so many other things.

I would have thought that too, but maybe she knows that's the wrong play. People on the ship wouldn't think much of her if she tried to use that against Young, and if she thought that it wouldn't get her anything anyway, then she may have just thought it wasn't worth it.

xxxevilgrinxxx
May 11th, 2010, 06:48 PM
I would have thought that too, but maybe she knows that's the wrong play. People on the ship wouldn't think much of her if she tried to use that against Young, and if she thought that it wouldn't get her anything anyway, then she may have just thought it wasn't worth it.

I'm secretly hoping that Wray will stop her scheming and become 'one of the crew'. Maybe keeping TJ's condition to herself is a part of that? I don't see that it would magically grant Wray control over the ship either, but I'm trying to think how Wray would see it.

Major_Griff
May 11th, 2010, 06:55 PM
I think she still wants to take command, but I think she'd be worried about losing support for such a low tactic that wouldn't get her any where anyway.

Though you may be right about her giving up on that, but I hope not it's one of the more interesting plot lines in the show. And in principle, she's right about civilized people living in societies where civilians are in command of the military, so I don't think she should give up on that.

SG7
May 11th, 2010, 07:56 PM
Far more likely if it's being kept quiet that someone like Wray would say nothing to protect TJ rather than to protect Young.

I somehow see it that if she could, she would "rat" out Young. Giving her what she might see as a chance to take charge of the Destiny. However because it is TJ whose pregnant with Young's baby, she may still "rat" out Young but may also try to swing it so that TJ doesn't get into any trouble in the process.


It would add more ammunition to removing Young as the authority on Destiny....or something. How exactly that's going to happen when they are so far from Earth is beyond me, but I'm surprised that Wray didn't go there. I figured the minute she was free to do so, she's be flapping her gums about it :)

Yes. I too was surprised that she didn't say anything. Even if it was to say that TJ was pregnant and not necessarily saying who was the father. I figured a little detail like the ships only doctor being pregnant would have been something to mention to the superiors back home. Especially given that TJ is Military.


exactly, it's been the stance all along. Young is quite clearly in charge and I don't see O'Niell as changing that, but it still surprised me that Wray didn't try to use TJ's pregnancy to her advantage. After all, she's tried so many other things.

Yeh, I was half expecting Wray to at least say or do something back home that would be to her advantage. I wouldn't exactly want to sleep in the same room as her with the lights out if you know what I mean.


I would have thought that too, but maybe she knows that's the wrong play. People on the ship wouldn't think much of her if she tried to use that against Young, and if she thought that it wouldn't get her anything anyway, then she may have just thought it wasn't worth it.

You could very well be right. She may have realized that saying anything back home would put her deeper down on the dung list amongst everyone on Destiny. She doesn't exactly have a long list of friends on Destiny and if she wants to get on anyones good side, then she will have to suck it up and not say anything.

Or perhaps she is just waiting for someone else to be the one to spill the beans back home. And will just sit back and watch the fallout and swoon in afterwards.

Lord Hurin
May 12th, 2010, 03:01 PM
I think it actually makes me like Wray more for the fact that she didn't use this to her advantage. As someone else pointed out, I doubt it would make her any friends among the crew. It would be petty, and that's NOT the kind of person they need leading them. Wray is up in my books.

SG7
May 12th, 2010, 04:22 PM
I think it actually makes me like Wray more for the fact that she didn't use this to her advantage. As someone else pointed out, I doubt it would make her any friends among the crew. It would be petty, and that's NOT the kind of person they need leading them. Wray is up in my books.

Yes that would be petty enough. And would definately not make very many friends on the ship. I wonder if she chose not to say anything so that it would be someone else spilling it and her picking up after the fallout.

Lord Hurin
May 12th, 2010, 06:48 PM
Yes that would be petty enough. And would definately not make very many friends on the ship. I wonder if she chose not to say anything so that it would be someone else spilling it and her picking up after the fallout.

I'm not sure. I get the impression that personally, Wray doesn't care to have total command but that she wants a say in what happens aboard Destiny. With that now happening, I don't think Wray has anything to gain from telling all about the pregnancy and a fair bit to lose.

SG7
May 12th, 2010, 07:08 PM
I'm not sure. I get the impression that personally, Wray doesn't care to have total command but that she wants a say in what happens aboard Destiny. With that now happening, I don't think Wray has anything to gain from telling all about the pregnancy and a fair bit to lose.

I think you're right there. Ever since the mutany, things have simmered down, and is looking as though both camps are starting to work together for the common good of the ship. And having some time to think about it, I can see that it probably wouldn't gain her much by "Ratting" off Young about TJ's pregnancy. At home, it may have been different. But they are galaxies from home. So there really wouldn't be much that the SGC could really do. Well technically if they wanted to, they could repremand Young for fratrenization with a subordinate, in which case then all the power to them. However that wouldn't accomplish much for the greater good of the ship and people aboard the Destiny.

It will be interesting to see how long TJ remains pregnant. If they have her pregnant through the rest of the seaon and into season 2. Or will they speed up the time line between episodes and have her having the baby either in the finale (my bets are on her going into labor in the finale and it playing out in the first episode of season 2 *cough* cliche Teyla *cough*) or before that. I just hope that we don't have another Teyla "oh lets have her giving birth in the middle of a crisis where now is not the time for her to be having her baby" senario. Where poor TJ is left at the mercy of Eli to deliver the baby. "But I'm just Math boy. I've never delivered a baby before!"

Egle01
May 12th, 2010, 11:05 PM
It will be interesting to see how long TJ remains pregnant. If they have her pregnant through the rest of the seaon and into season 2. Or will they speed up the time line between episodes and have her having the baby either in the finale (my bets are on her going into labor in the finale and it playing out in the first episode of season 2 *cough* cliche Teyla *cough*) or before that. I just hope that we don't have another Teyla "oh lets have her giving birth in the middle of a crisis where now is not the time for her to be having her baby" senario. But getting into labor in the season finale is so what Vala did in SG-1 S9. Still, I can imagine writers doing it.


Where poor TJ is left at the mercy of Eli to deliver the baby. "But I'm just Math boy. I've never delivered a baby before!"Oh noes, poor TJ. :P Luckily they have more people on Destiny. When Teyla gave birth, there was only the rescue team, right?

MattSilver 3k
May 13th, 2010, 03:32 AM
Luckily they have more people on Destiny. When Teyla gave birth, there was only the rescue team, right?

Murphy's Law. TJ'll be giving birth while offworld with two hours left on the clock, while her team (Her team consisting of herself and the only Destiny crewmember with no hands) are surrounded by alien soldiers.

SG7
May 13th, 2010, 04:38 AM
But getting into labor in the season finale is so what Vala did in SG-1 S9. Still, I can imagine writers doing it.

Oh noes, poor TJ. :P Luckily they have more people on Destiny. When Teyla gave birth, there was only the rescue team, right?

And if they have TJ go into labor during the seaon 1 finale/season 2 opener it would not only be what Vala did. Teyla did it in the opener of season 5 of Atlantis too. Though I have a feeling it will be done there more for dramatic effect. All the cast have been saying stuff about the finale being sad or something. Can't remember what exactly. I just hope that nothing happens to TJ or the baby. Unfortunately having a baby on Destiny doesn't seem practical for the writers and PTB.

Egle01
May 13th, 2010, 11:44 AM
Murphy's Law. TJ'll be giving birth while offworld with two hours left on the clock, while her team (Her team consisting of herself and the only Destiny crewmember with no hands) are surrounded by alien soldiers.:lol:


All the cast have been saying stuff about the finale being sad or something. Can't remember what exactly. I just hope that nothing happens to TJ or the baby. The finale has been described as upsetting and disturbing. :S

MattSilver 3k
May 13th, 2010, 11:47 AM
The finale has been described as upsetting and disturbing.

*Le Gasp!* A Musical Episode, this soon? I did not expect the our mysterious incursioners to bring MUSIC as their incursion weapon. Diabolical.

Egle01
May 13th, 2010, 12:01 PM
*Le Gasp!* A Musical Episode, this soon? I did not expect the our mysterious incursioners to bring MUSIC as their incursion weapon. Diabolical.Hey, I'd take even this over hurting TJ and the baby. :P:D

MattSilver 3k
May 13th, 2010, 12:05 PM
Hey, I'd take even this over hurting TJ and the baby. :P:D

Truly your depravity knows no bounds. I myself I have to sacrifice hundreds of babies to avoid musicals! HUNDREDS!

But not really.

Well, kinda.

If you want to get all specific... I don't hate musicals that much.

I hate 'em more.But not really.

carmencatalina
May 13th, 2010, 12:09 PM
I love musicals, but I'm not actually hoping for one here. But I just don't think that baby is ever going to see the light of day - it feels doomed to me. Mostly because I can't see them writing a baby into Season 2. Maybe it a failure of my imagination.

Egle01
May 13th, 2010, 12:10 PM
Truly your depravity knows no bounds.I know.

I'm still upset because of what happened to TJ in "Sabotage". I will not survive a baby death.

MattSilver 3k
May 13th, 2010, 12:11 PM
I will not survive a baby death.

If it all comes to pass, you'll need a manly man to be all supporting and stuff, right? I'll enlist Brian.


Mostly because I can't see them writing a baby into Season 2. Maybe it a failure of my imagination.

My magic-8 ball told me what to think.

Egle01
May 13th, 2010, 12:16 PM
If it all comes to pass, you'll need a manly man to be all supporting and stuff, right? I'll enlist Brian.No, I need nothing. Because that scenario will not happen.

Thanks for your concern, tho.


My magic-8 ball told me what to think.Bad ball. :mckay:

Cory Holmes
May 13th, 2010, 01:21 PM
No, I need nothing. Because that scenario will not happen.

Are you sure you're not just waving the red flag in front of the bull and daring it not to charge? 'Cuz that never works for me.

SG7
May 13th, 2010, 02:07 PM
Hey, I'd take even this over hurting TJ and the baby. :P:D

Agreed. Anything but hurting TJ and the baby.

Kermee
May 13th, 2010, 03:45 PM
I think the writers are going to pull a "Joss Whedon" on us.
Here's what I think will happen:
TJ will get shot and lose the baby

valerie910
May 13th, 2010, 04:03 PM
I think the writers are going to pull a "Joss Whedon" on us.
Here's what I think will happen:
TJ will get shot and lose the baby

dam thas a lil cruel dont you think?...buh it was said in a article that the finale was going to be cruel so it could happen

SG7
May 13th, 2010, 07:33 PM
dam thas a lil cruel dont you think?...buh it was said in a article that the finale was going to be cruel so it could happen

That's what scares me. That something will happen to TJ and or her baby.

I can just see it now:

TJ goes into labor and the only one around is Eli. Eli gets quite squirmish about the prospect of delivering TJ's baby. TJ tells him exactly hat he needs to do. And just after he delivers her baby, enemy aliens storm the room. Shots are fired from both the aliens and other crew members trying to shoot the aliens. Young fires shots at the aliens. One shot misses and hits TJ's baby. And the aliens are killed, but so is TJ's baby. And then half of next season is spent with us seeing Young go through the trama of killing his own child and TJ resenting him for what happened. TJ becomes withdrawn and having a darker soul.

EllieVee
May 13th, 2010, 11:57 PM
I know.

I'm still upset because of what happened to TJ in "Sabotage". I will not survive a baby death.

Something happened to TJ in Sabotage?

Egle01
May 14th, 2010, 12:06 AM
Are you sure you're not just waving the red flag in front of the bull and daring it not to charge? 'Cuz that never works for me.Actually red color doesn't irritate bulls. :P


That's what scares me. That something will happen to TJ and or her baby.

I can just see it now:

TJ goes into labor and the only one around is Eli. Eli gets quite squirmish about the prospect of delivering TJ's baby. TJ tells him exactly hat he needs to do. And just after he delivers her baby, enemy aliens storm the room. Shots are fired from both the aliens and other crew members trying to shoot the aliens. Young fires shots at the aliens. One shot misses and hits TJ's baby. And the aliens are killed, but so is TJ's baby. And then half of next season is spent with us seeing Young go through the trama of killing his own child and TJ resenting him for what happened. TJ becomes withdrawn and having a darker soul.That's even more cruel. :eek::(


Something happened to TJ in Sabotage?I'd say so. She fell down to the ground pretty hard, when the FTL drive thing exploded. And a bit later in the infirmary, TJ was talking and for a moment her voice was different and she put a hand on her belly, as if it hurt.

EllieVee
May 14th, 2010, 12:11 AM
I'd say so. She fell down to the ground pretty hard, when the FTL drive thing exploded. And a bit later in the infirmary, TJ was talking and for a moment her voice was different and she put a hand on her belly, as if it hurt.

Eeep!

Egle01
May 14th, 2010, 12:15 AM
Eeep!Yeah. :S

SG7
May 14th, 2010, 04:25 AM
I'd say so. She fell down to the ground pretty hard, when the FTL drive thing exploded. And a bit later in the infirmary, TJ was talking and for a moment her voice was different and she put a hand on her belly, as if it hurt.

I think I missed that. Will have to watch it again to see. Was that where Greer asked her if she was ok?

pipi
May 14th, 2010, 04:45 AM
I think I missed that. Will have to watch it again to see. Was that where Greer asked her if she was ok?

I hope that was a stunt double, cause that's actually a real pregnancy...

Egle01
May 14th, 2010, 06:21 AM
I think I missed that. Will have to watch it again to see. Was that where Greer asked her if she was ok?Yes. IIRC, Greer noticed her gesture.


I hope that was a stunt double, cause that's actually a real pregnancy...Of course it was.

xxxevilgrinxxx
May 14th, 2010, 06:50 AM
I think I missed that. Will have to watch it again to see. Was that where Greer asked her if she was ok?yep, Greer's a lot more observant than he's given credit for, I think :) Just another part of his pure awesomeness


I hope that was a stunt double, cause that's actually a real pregnancy...
there's no way they'd have her do that if she was pregnant. In fact, it's likely that, even if she wasn't pregnant, they'd have a double take the fall for her.

Egle01
May 14th, 2010, 06:52 AM
I soo didn't believe her 'I'm fine'.

xxxevilgrinxxx
May 14th, 2010, 07:03 AM
I soo didn't believe her 'I'm fine'.

*snorks* I know that when I say I'm 'fine', I'm not :)
When women say "fine", *puts on best Inigo Montoya voice* it doesn't mean what people think it means :)

valerie910
May 14th, 2010, 02:45 PM
*snorks* I know that when I say I'm 'fine', I'm not :)
When women say "fine", *puts on best Inigo Montoya voice* it doesn't mean what people think it means :)

yup your sure right about that..ima women and when i say im fine im usually hurting in the inside

pipi
May 14th, 2010, 02:50 PM
yup your sure right about that..ima women and when i say im fine im usually hurting in the inside

So on the inside, TJ could be saying, Oh I wish Evert would give me a hug :( *sobsob*, but keep it to herself and soldier on. Tough life.

xxxevilgrinxxx
May 14th, 2010, 02:53 PM
So on the inside, TJ could be saying, Oh I wish Evert would give me a hug :( *sobsob*, but keep it to herself and soldier on. Tough life.
which just makes his very deliberate move towards her more touching *misty eyes again, drat!*

SG7
May 14th, 2010, 07:07 PM
yep, Greer's a lot more observant than he's given credit for, I think :) Just another part of his pure awesomeness


there's no way they'd have her do that if she was pregnant. In fact, it's likely that, even if she wasn't pregnant, they'd have a double take the fall for her.

That can depend on the actor/actress. In the SGA episode "Missing" Rachel Lutrell was 3 months pregnant in RL and she did most of that huge fight scene with the Bolocai herself from what BamBam told me. Though in this case, I think that she would have had a double do that scene because she was farther along in her pregnancy than Rachel was in "Missing".