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letram13
October 6th, 2010, 11:43 PM
From reading the post on the forum it seems like the Lucian Alliance were stranded on that planet and only 9 were kept. Is that what happened? i dont remember the LA being dumped on the planet, when the episode ended i actually thought to myself, wait why didnt young leave the LA on that planet. Did i miss a scene? so to conclude... All the LA people were just left on that planet? i mean young has gotta do what hes gotta do, but i still feel that is a little shady and cold to abandon all of them except for the useful ones... rush sure is rubbing off on everyone

morbosfist
October 6th, 2010, 11:53 PM
You must have missed it in the montage. Yes, all but nine or so were dumped on the planet before the ship jumped.

ussrelativity
October 7th, 2010, 09:22 AM
Well, there still is at least one bad one.

Simeon, played by the brilliant Robert Knepper.

dacooker
October 7th, 2010, 02:06 PM
Well, there still is at least one bad one.

Simeon, played by the brilliant Robert Knepper.

He tries so hard to hide his Scottish accent. I'm trying to figure his character out. Wasn't sure who he was fighting in the brig, the crew or fighting off the LA. If he was fighting the crew, why the hell would we keep him? Whats his skills? If he tried to break it up, I'd see a reason to keep/trust him.

SciFiRick
October 7th, 2010, 04:37 PM
From reading the post on the forum it seems like the Lucian Alliance were stranded on that planet and only 9 were kept. Is that what happened? i dont remember the LA being dumped on the planet, when the episode ended i actually thought to myself, wait why didnt young leave the LA on that planet. Did i miss a scene? so to conclude... All the LA people were just left on that planet? i mean young has gotta do what hes gotta do, but i still feel that is a little shady and cold to abandon all of them except for the useful ones... rush sure is rubbing off on everyone

Morbos is correct. You just happen to miss that part. There were 9 LA prisoners seen in the room. Koz. Varro, Ginn and Simeon were 4 of the 9 remaining on board of destiny and if there were no extended signings, Ginn has 3 episodes left and Simeon has (I believe) 4 left. Julie McNiven (Ginn) signed a 5 episode arc and Robert Knepper (Simeon) I believe was a 6 episode arc.

SG7
October 10th, 2010, 07:48 PM
The PTB seem to have a habit of not exactly being clear on things. And often have to see the ep twice to actually catch some details like this. For instance in my mind, that planet didn't really look much like a viable planet, but they were dumped there anyway?

Pharaoh Atem
October 10th, 2010, 07:50 PM
You must have missed it in the montage. Yes, all but nine or so were dumped on the planet before the ship jumped.

yup now their are the second colony of humans seeded by destiny since 'air' :P the faith planet being the other one

Gollumpus
October 10th, 2010, 07:59 PM
yup now their are the second colony of humans seeded by destiny since 'air' :P the faith planet being the other one

And there is Curtis and Palmer out there so it could be argued that there are three. Granted it's a small sampling of DNA with which to found a colony...

regards,
G.

GateroomGuard
October 10th, 2010, 10:20 PM
And there is Curtis and Palmer out there so it could be argued that there are three. Granted it's a small sampling of DNA with which to found a colony...

regards,
G.

I wonder which one of them made an 'Adam and Eve' joke first :p

morbosfist
October 10th, 2010, 10:26 PM
Palmer did. Then they were eaten by a dinosaur. :lol:

Pharaoh Atem
October 10th, 2010, 10:32 PM
Palmer did. Then they were eaten by a dinosaur.

not in canon

morbosfist
October 10th, 2010, 10:34 PM
Well obviously. Still, they never called back. Something might have eaten them.

GateroomGuard
October 10th, 2010, 10:35 PM
Palmer did. Then they were eaten by a dinosaur.

Awwww. And I was hoping Stargate could have it's first romantic comedy. :(

Pharaoh Atem
October 10th, 2010, 10:35 PM
Well obviously. Still, they never called back. Something might have eaten them.

or destiny jumped or their found a wormhole back to earth.

GateroomGuard
October 10th, 2010, 10:44 PM
or destiny jumped or their found a wormhole back to earth.

So Curtis and Palmer's Excellent Adventure basically ;)

Shadow_7
October 11th, 2010, 12:13 AM
Well obviously. Still, they never called back. Something might have eaten them.

They couldn't call back, Franklin had the remote and he was shot before being able to go through the gate. By Greer, by order of Rush. Although I'm not sure why he followed that one, but not the request for water. Although I understand his viewpoint.

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It looks like the LA were left on the planet for the 5 seconds or so that it showed that gate active and them walking towards it.

morbosfist
October 11th, 2010, 12:39 AM
They couldn't call back, Franklin had the remote and he was shot before being able to go through the gate. By Greer, by order of Rush. Although I'm not sure why he followed that one, but not the request for water. Although I understand his viewpoint.But they could have called back during the multitude of times Eli dialled the gate and radioed them. They have radios. They couldn't have dialled back themselves, but as long as Eli knew it was safe he could have gone to get them. Therefore, either they ran clear out of radio range upon hitting the ground, or something killed them.

Shadow_7
October 11th, 2010, 10:46 AM
But they could have called back during the multitude of times Eli dialled the gate and radioed them. They have radios. They couldn't have dialled back themselves, but as long as Eli knew it was safe he could have gone to get them. Therefore, either they ran clear out of radio range upon hitting the ground, or something killed them.

Or there's something odd about the planet that prevents outgoing radio signals. Or he dialed the wrong planet. Or ..... Wasn't there a kino over there? Not that we got to see any of that. And that side story has otherwise been abandoned.

morbosfist
October 11th, 2010, 11:24 AM
Or there's something odd about the planet that prevents outgoing radio signals. Or he dialed the wrong planet. Or ..... Wasn't there a kino over there? Not that we got to see any of that. And that side story has otherwise been abandoned.I think Eli would know which planet to dial, and if not he'd dial them all. If there's interference, it didn't affect the Kino.

Bhousden
October 22nd, 2016, 03:14 AM
or destiny jumped or their found a wormhole back to earth.

This is highly unlikely. You'd have to have an Icarus planet to dial earth, and to my knowledge naquadria only existed on a select number of planets in the MW galaxy

garhkal
October 22nd, 2016, 12:27 PM
The PTB seem to have a habit of not exactly being clear on things. And often have to see the ep twice to actually catch some details like this. For instance in my mind, that planet didn't really look much like a viable planet, but they were dumped there anyway?

And with no kino they couldn't hope to gate to any other planet, so in effect Young was condemning them to a slow death.

Krisz
October 23rd, 2016, 11:05 AM
The LA had no qualms about leaving Young and everyone else on that planet, Young was only doing to them what they did to him and his people. I think those electrical storms would have killed them all eventually by the looks of it.

Bhousden
October 23rd, 2016, 02:02 PM
The LA had no qualms about leaving Young and everyone else on that planet, Young was only doing to them what they did to him and his people. I think those electrical storms would have killed them all eventually by the looks of it.

I have no sympathies about the Lucian Alliance, considering that Dannic was prepared to execute all military personnel on Destiny. Flew a cargo ship into the Pentagon with a naquadria bomb, had 1/4 addicted to kassa, and tried to hijack the Odyssey. They are worse than the goa'uld with regards to a more direct conflict/war with earth.