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Cape
October 12th, 2010, 08:42 PM
A lot of other people say this coming right? I mean you couldn't have both Young and Telford trying to run the ship. I find it funny though how they set it up like Telford can be someone Young and lean on and trust but then as soon as that bond seems to be made BAM buy buy Telford. It all just seems kind of predictable to me, and to make it worse i was really starting to like him

morbosfist
October 12th, 2010, 08:47 PM
Telford isn't dead. This is obviously setup for a future plot.

Loheat
October 12th, 2010, 09:16 PM
A lot of other people say this coming right? I mean you couldn't have both Young and Telford trying to run the ship. I find it funny though how they set it up like Telford can be someone Young and lean on and trust but then as soon as that bond seems to be made BAM buy buy Telford. It all just seems kind of predictable to me, and to make it worse i was really starting to like him
I agree, it felt like the Telford character ran out of usefulness so they sent him away for a while to chill with some aliens. I hope when/if he returns later they will use Lou Diamond Phillips' talent more, the last few episodes didnt really give him much except for bickering with Young

Commander Zelix
October 12th, 2010, 09:19 PM
It all just seems kind of predictable to me, and to make it worse i was really starting to like him
It must not be that predictable if you can't predict his return. :P

SciFiRick
October 12th, 2010, 09:21 PM
Telford isn't dead. This is obviously setup for a future plot.

Agreed. Once Young finds out about the bridge and the master code broken, you would think he will turn the ship around. Maybe that will be within the next couple of episodes.

Kaiphantom
October 12th, 2010, 09:57 PM
Things worked out well for Young; he got Telford off the ship, and now there is one less person challenging his authority!

Shpinxinator
October 12th, 2010, 10:42 PM
I think it's very telling that they didn't kill Young, that shows they may not be hostile and Telford may not be dead

spinny magee
October 13th, 2010, 12:00 AM
He will obviously be back.

SGeff
October 13th, 2010, 12:02 AM
LDP is a wonderful actor. Sad to see him go. I think I read somewhere about LDP audition for a new show. that means he cannot be a regular, so i am not totally shocked.

but he will still appearing in Ep 5

Trinary
October 13th, 2010, 02:37 AM
Did you guy noticed? Telford is the only right people from SGC arrived onboard of Destiny. He was equipped with the right training and leadership for such mission.

I'm suspecting the LA guy will form a rescue party to help Telford with ship-to-ship gate mission.

SBN
October 13th, 2010, 02:52 AM
Can't really consider this a spoiler as I am essentially pulling this theory out my ....

I think we will see Telford again. I think we will see those aliens again, and I think they will have a significant role in the season finale. You know some people read Tarot cards, others read palms? I read the episode titles.

thekillman
October 13th, 2010, 04:13 AM
of COURSE he's back. i think the ship broke down due to the Browns. they turn out to be completely misunderstood by us, are actually friendly, and the ship returns.


spoilers for the future:

the seeder ship will eventually sacrifice itself to save the Destiny in a battle. or is this the wrong show?

thekillman
October 13th, 2010, 04:25 AM
ok first of all, i didn't read any spoilers. this isn't spoilerish, this is speculation.


it would be the failure of imagination to think Telford's gone. why?


-he's aboard a ship. a fully-powered one. it broke down due to an error or something, according to our scientists. IMO it screams "Browns touched the wrong button" to me. Telford undoes their damage, ship catches up to Destiny, and well, he's back.

-it's a gate-building ship. it has LOTS of stargates. and LOTS of power. he can just dial another gate, and do the Lost trick all over again. there probably are kino's on the ship.


-it has gates and power. Telford can dial home.

-it has gates and power. Telford can dial destiny directly.

-aliens probably have a space ship and they can get him home.


-Blues catch up *it's possible!*, capture him and he somehow gets back to destiny

-Rush uses the Bridge to turn the ship around and pick him up.

-the Browns are allies of the Blues and they hand him over. the Browns get their catfood, the Blues get Telford. then he finds his way back.


any other options? like he finds a natural wormhole or so?


oh and i almost forgot:

"faith" Aliens/Planetbuilders

Vanek26
October 13th, 2010, 05:05 AM
I think it really depends on the Brown's attitude. They actually never did anything hostile to us. They used non-lethal force to take their ship back.

Cape
October 13th, 2010, 05:33 AM
I'm not saying hes dead and hes obviously going to be back in the future but you knew they were going to get him out of the way for a while some how. It was either this or a coma lol

Naquadah_nut
October 13th, 2010, 05:48 AM
plus, is it just me or in the season 2 preview they released, didnt we see
the seeder ship blowing up

General Jumper One
October 13th, 2010, 06:17 AM
magic

garhkal
October 13th, 2010, 06:18 AM
I think it might be a mix of these 2..

-he's aboard a ship. a fully-powered one. it broke down due to an error or something, according to our scientists. IMO it screams "Browns touched the wrong button" to me. Telford undoes their damage, ship catches up to Destiny, and well, he's back.

-it's a gate-building ship. it has LOTS of stargates. and LOTS of power. he can just dial another gate, and do the Lost trick all over again. there probably are kino's on the ship.

garhkal
October 13th, 2010, 06:20 AM
It looked like the destiny... but it could have been the seeder ship..

blueintegraboy
October 13th, 2010, 06:26 AM
I think he'll find a way to gate aboard the Destiny.

Ed
October 13th, 2010, 06:29 AM
They seem very reasonable TBH we boarded their ship and started syphoning the power.

they should have brought the mind reading think from the blues.

General Jumper One
October 13th, 2010, 06:31 AM
I think it might be a mix of these 2..

he doesn't have a remote to do the gate jumping thing

Shadow_7
October 13th, 2010, 06:53 AM
It looked like the destiny... but it could have been the seeder ship..

It looked like the seeder ship.

He'll be back. He's the pilot of the new mega shuttle. That planet doesn't have a working stargate, send the shuttle... oops... Telford to Young, gate dropped, mission enabled...

blueintegraboy
October 13th, 2010, 06:58 AM
According to IMDB, LDP will appear in Cloverfield (2.5) and Seizure (2.15).

General Jumper One
October 13th, 2010, 07:01 AM
According to IMDB, LDP will appear in Cloverfield (2.5) and Seizure (2.15)

spoilers!!

blueintegraboy
October 13th, 2010, 07:04 AM
spoilers!!

You should unquote me

Hohenzollern
October 13th, 2010, 07:27 AM
I hope he does indeed appear again; and not in a flashback or deus machina this is how we got here type thing; I mean i do love those and alternate reality episodes...but would like to
see the character again in the original timeline.

I want to see what he is up to. His "put me in coach" and his pep talk to young reeked of falsehood. And his comment that "he tried" what was that? Just a general comment?

garhkal
October 13th, 2010, 07:31 AM
he doesn't have a remote to do the gate jumping thing

Being he is on a ship that MAKES them it is imo reasonable to assume it has the dialers.

jelgate
October 13th, 2010, 08:01 AM
He will die considering that Seeder ship won't move. I didn't see any water or food for Telford

Egle01
October 13th, 2010, 08:04 AM
If he manages to get back, it better not happen with gate hopping nor getting taken to an alien ship like Rush was. Right now I don't see it happening, tho.

IMDb and LDP's tweets says he'll be back, but could very well be flashbacks.

Inquisitor
October 13th, 2010, 08:05 AM
He will die considering that Seeder ship won't move. I didn't see any water or food for Telford


I saw food. About 12 large pieces.

jelgate
October 13th, 2010, 08:08 AM
I saw food. About 12 large pieces.

Water is more vital them food. I guess you could resort to something so extreme eating but its pretty extreme

Inquisitor
October 13th, 2010, 08:09 AM
Water dropped on Brody (or the other) when he was walking in, or at least it was probably water.

jelgate
October 13th, 2010, 08:14 AM
Water dropped on Brody (or the other) when he was walking in, or at least it was probably water.

Speculation. We have no idea what that substance is. Being unmanned I highly doubt it was water

knowles2
October 13th, 2010, 08:14 AM
The browns, who society is short of power an power generating abilities decide that they must retrieve destiny an it sun power technology. Unfortuantly there believes prevent them from actually harming anyone but using Telford knowledge an there superior knowledge of ancient technology

*Spec/Spoilers for future eps including Cloverield and Seizure.they will first try to seize the vessel in Cloverfield which will result in his temporary return but then decides to join a rogue fraction of the browns who been helping him up to this point. Seizure is when the browns successfully seize the vessel an the crew but Telford an the rogue brown ride to the rescue but unable to retake the ship they retreat to the seeder vessel which has even hasher living conditions than the Destiny.
Which explains the last few episodes titles of the season to, such as blockade, gauntlet, the Hunt (the destiny crew using the seeding vessel to hunt down the destiny)

The browns are not violent just very desperate an in need. Which is something we never had in a primary enemy before.

Spimman
October 13th, 2010, 08:25 AM
We may not eat the same food as the Shorty Aliens, but I'm sure they need water as well as we do. Also, they may know where Ancient food was kept on the ship, assuming it is similar to Destiny.

He is on a ship full of Stargates, he could always gate somewhere he knows we'll be.

zainea13
October 13th, 2010, 08:40 AM
*Spoilers for Cloverield and Seizure under the tag*

Sorry to burst bubbles.

Cloverfield takes place in an alernate universe, so it has no impact on SGU, hence Telford is back, because in this alternate universe something else happens.

Seizure is about trying to dial Destiny from the Milky Way. The LA will probably make an appearance so my guess is that Telford is just reflected upon and how he was influential in the past.

General Jumper One
October 13th, 2010, 09:04 AM
why not eat the Browns

Hohenzollern
October 13th, 2010, 09:08 AM
I saw food. About 12 large pieces.

I just had a flash of the "Get A Life" episode "Spewey and Me" when Chris Elliot's and Brian Doyle-Murray's characters beat an alien to death with a garden rake and proceed to barbque it. The color of the alien is remarkably the same as these; though was much shorter ala E.T. Also it puked in volumes everywhere; hence its given name.

;-D

That said; i doubt there will be conflict. The aliens seemed either in need (which I am inclined to believe) or very calculating and patient. And they likely brought foodstuffs; though did not enjoy that fruit given; maybe Telford might find their provisions palatable?

Either that or he gets "gang probed" or something I mean...the encirclement and music at the end seemed out of place.

Solokiller
October 13th, 2010, 09:42 AM
How many more people are going to say that the seeder ship exploded, how can you not see the damn pyramid, and destiny's color scheme in general?

wolverine_nl
October 13th, 2010, 10:59 AM
He will be back, I have no doubt about that.

blueray
October 13th, 2010, 11:19 AM
he definetly will be back. i just hope that they don't make it be next episode. i'm hoping that it will turnout that those aliens aren't bad guys, so he ends up interacting with them.

blueray
October 13th, 2010, 11:40 AM
what i hope will happen is:

he interacts with those aliens (who turn out not to be evil, just simply wanted their ship back) and he helps them with the power they got to get moving again. than at some point (toward the end of the season) the ship catches up with destiny. at this point he has a good relationship with the aliens.

Tanith0709
October 13th, 2010, 11:45 AM
As long as he doesn't come back in the next episode I will be happy. Was a little disappointed at how quickly similar potential stories were resolved.

Rylor
October 13th, 2010, 11:53 AM
I think the most likely option is the Stargate: Given that the ship has a gate factory (and probably remotes and kinos as well) and enough power to dial Earth, it seems at least possible that he could dial back to Destiny. Of course, he would have to explain that to the aliens first :D

UniverseSizePlotHole
October 13th, 2010, 12:14 PM
BS Idea# 47 - Telford will design a supergate and get this seeder with alien assistance to build it - Destiny will find another seeder and somehow get the design to that ship and start construction of one their end. Once fully powered Telford will gate to the Destiny taking his seeder ship through. Everyone will party and profit! The end.

Nathan Reynolds
October 13th, 2010, 12:33 PM
What if... just what if Telford was eaten by the Browns after the fad-out??? lol

Seriously. Its all about power. Telford is on a Seeder Ship that now was power, imagine that the Browns now have what they needed and leave Telford alive and alone... if the Seeder Ship resumes its mission "soon" it will land in a habitable planet to place a gate so Telford could find some water/food and continue on the same path as Destiny because they are on the same path is possible that they will be reunite in a bit a time.

Wouldnt be cool if we only Telford again in S3?

AtlantisRules!!!
October 13th, 2010, 12:39 PM
He will return as the Leader of the Gray Aliens after they've repaired whatever is wrong with the Seed Ship:p

mi_guard
October 13th, 2010, 01:57 PM
What if... just what if Telford was eaten by the Browns after the fad-out??? lol

Seriously. Its all about power. Telford is on a Seeder Ship that now was power, imagine that the Browns now have what they needed and leave Telford alive and alone... if the Seeder Ship resumes its mission "soon" it will land in a habitable planet to place a gate so Telford could find some water/food and continue on the same path as Destiny because they are on the same path is possible that they will be reunite in a bit a time.

Wouldnt be cool if we only Telford again in S3?

That would be a long time even for Telford to stay alone!

Shai Hulud
October 13th, 2010, 02:03 PM
He will die considering that Seeder ship won't move. I didn't see any water or food for Telford

Whole new meaning to eating some brownies hehehe

Shai Hulud
October 13th, 2010, 02:05 PM
He will return as the Leader of the Gray Aliens after they've repaired whatever is wrong with the Seed Ship:p

If Telford and his new chums does manage to get the seed ship working again they should name it the Riley

KEK
October 13th, 2010, 02:14 PM
He's on a ship full of Stargates with enough power to dial Earth. Hmmm...

jelgate
October 13th, 2010, 02:18 PM
The gates have to planted somewhere to be activated. Never mind that the Seeder isn't moving

KEK
October 13th, 2010, 02:24 PM
The gates have to planted somewhere to be activated.

Prove it.


Never mind that the Seeder isn't moving

...wut?

General Jumper One
October 13th, 2010, 03:47 PM
Whole new meaning to eating some brownies hehehe

why not eat the Browns
hey, you stole my idea! ;)

UniverseSizePlotHole
October 13th, 2010, 08:23 PM
The gates have to planted somewhere to be activated.


Prove it.
(Copouts for JelGate) - These aren't Milky Way or Pegasus Gates, ever seen a working Destiny seeder era Stargate without a base?


Never mind that the Seeder isn't moving


...wut?
The seed ship is the center of the universe, everything else is moving around it. Its the 'Chuck Norris' of seeder ships.

Gollumpus
October 13th, 2010, 10:51 PM
What if... just what if Telford was eaten by the Browns after the fade-out??? lol

I suspect that the first alien who came out of a pod will tell the others that Telford was a good guy and told the other humans not to harm him, and you wouldn't want to eat a guy that good... least ways, not all at once.

regards,
G.

SGeff
October 13th, 2010, 11:07 PM
We will definitely see Telford again, check out the IMDB.

He will back in Ep 5, but it is possible that "Cloverdale" is about alternate universe. And Telford will be shown in "Seizure", most likely a flashback.

My theory we will see Telford in season final, but shortly, he will not become a member of destiny crew again, most likely immediately being killed off, or just being mentioned that he is dead.

Really sad, LDP is one of my favourite actor on TV and a great guy.

tar21
October 14th, 2010, 02:56 AM
Dude, it's obvious where this is leading. Telford will disappear for a while and befriend the Alien research team. He'll teach them English and a lot of other stuff so we can have Aliens we can understand on this show. Remember, no universal translators or "all aliens are native English speakers."

Telford will teach them human ways. Telford will learn the alien ways. Say hello to the Asgard of the series.

When he returns, he'll be high-fiving the aliens and telling them jokes they don't understand.

I bet you these Aliens will do marvels. They probably have super powerful ships, a huge fleet, and these dudes may be able to slightly repair Destiny. Aliens just roll like that.

pipi
October 14th, 2010, 03:29 AM
Telford could show off his basic Ancient skills at the console and the aliens would be wowed by his E-peen. All hail the mighty King Telford. :P Then the seeder ship will catch up with Destiny with Telford on this throne doing his salute through the window. Then people on Destiny realises that the seeder ship has a bridge! Then they put one and one together and go, Rush! that's where you've been hiding. Owned.

Trinary
October 14th, 2010, 03:41 AM
No. No. No. Telford just need to raise hi both hand to shutdown those Droids like Volker did. If he need to re-activate them just touch it like TJ did. The Ancient has weird and unique ways in designing those droids.

garhkal
October 14th, 2010, 05:44 AM
Speculation. We have no idea what that substance is. Being unmanned I highly doubt it was water

It looked like condensation from steam cooling to me.




I think the most likely option is the Stargate: Given that the ship has a gate factory (and probably remotes and kinos as well) and enough power to dial Earth, it seems at least possible that he could dial back to Destiny. Of course, he would have to explain that to the aliens first



Like i said earlier. BUT i dubt it has kinos.. no need for them.


Telford could show off his basic Ancient skills at the console and the aliens would be wowed by his E-peen. All hail the mighty King Telford.

I could just see telford lording it up as king to some aliens..

HyperspaceDaemon
October 14th, 2010, 06:14 AM
A lot of other people say this coming right? I mean you couldn't have both Young and Telford trying to run the ship. I find it funny though how they set it up like Telford can be someone Young and lean on and trust but then as soon as that bond seems to be made BAM buy buy Telford. It all just seems kind of predictable to me, and to make it worse i was really starting to like him

I think that the fact that Telford remained stuck with the aliens is a great opportunity for interesting plot development in future episodes.

Obviously, the writers might either ruin everything or create awesome stories starting from this.

Telford could learn their language, get to know the aliens and effectively be the character who does the first successful 'first contact' in SGU.

In the previous SG series it bothered me that the contacts with alien species too often turned into "the alies are evil , and the mighty humans will save the galaxy". But now I think there is hope that maybe we'll see a more complex relationship with this new species. I'd love to see one SGU episode with Telford and the aliens : stranded together on the ship and trying to work together to make it functional ....

Shai Hulud
October 14th, 2010, 07:46 AM
Team Telford / Brownie ftw!

Daralundy
October 14th, 2010, 11:22 AM
*Spoilers for S2 Ep 15..
Haven't we seen Telford (in Joe Mallozzi's blog I think)
in pictures for episode 15 with the Atlantis people and the ambassador from Kelowna?

pipi
October 14th, 2010, 04:32 PM
I want to see another King Maybourne with his many wives. Super hillarious. Althought it'd be more visually pleasing if the aliens were not so ugly...

garhkal
October 15th, 2010, 03:53 AM
"from now on this fruit shall be named guango"

jelgate
October 15th, 2010, 05:10 AM
"from now on this fruit shall be named guango"

Harry Maybourne is sueing you for copyright infringement

blueray
October 15th, 2010, 05:43 AM
In the previous SG series it bothered me that the contacts with alien species too often turned into "the alies are evil , and the mighty humans will save the galaxy". But now I think there is hope that maybe we'll see a more complex relationship with this new species. I'd love to see one SGU episode with Telford and the aliens : stranded together on the ship and trying to work together to make it functional ....

really? to me the asgard and the tok'ra were good guys, and sure they needed the help of the tour'i (sp) but they definetly did things on their own too.

tar21
October 15th, 2010, 08:19 AM
The Asgard kept the Goa'uld back for a good amount time. They were scared of the powerful Gray Alien ships. Gray aliens saved humanity, giving up all their tech.

The Brown aliens kind of look like E.T. and they chose to stun instead of kill. They have those big eyes, too. Awe... how cute.

So yeah, they need to learn English from Telford.

Anyhow, Destiny seemed to be chasing his seeder ship. Why the hell was it where it was? Are there any Stargates ahead of it? Was it going the other way when it stopped?

Sevenofnine
October 15th, 2010, 04:50 PM
I think that the fact that Telford remained stuck with the aliens is a great opportunity for interesting plot development in future episodes.

Obviously, the writers might either ruin everything or create awesome stories starting from this.

Telford could learn their language, get to know the aliens and effectively be the character who does the first successful 'first contact' in SGU.

In the previous SG series it bothered me that the contacts with alien species too often turned into "the alies are evil , and the mighty humans will save the galaxy". But now I think there is hope that maybe we'll see a more complex relationship with this new species. I'd love to see one SGU episode with Telford and the aliens : stranded together on the ship and trying to work together to make it functional ....


really? to me the asgard and the tok'ra were good guys, and sure they needed the help of the tour'i (sp) but they definetly did things on their own too.

Yeah - the asguard were very allusive, they did not want to associate with the Tauri, because they viewed them as a child race, same with the Tok'ra, but the Tauri were a little more aggressive towards the Tok'ra who are arrogant to the max, just like their cousins the Gou'ld (sp?) but with the Asguard they seemed very humbled, I think it was because they were not human. So then moving onto the Pegasus Galaxy, the wraith, they definitely ticked them off big time and the Tauri became there no. 1 enemy. So now the humans move into Desitny, do they tick off any Aliens, well the first ones - blue ones, took humans to study, attacked the ship, so Tauri did not tick these aliens off, they were not the aggressor, the Tauri were just in the way and needed to be eliminated cause the Blues wanted Destiney. Now we come across the browns, they seem docile enough at the beginnng, with the first one squatting in a submissive pose, it remains to be seen what will happen with the rest and how will Telford react, if he tires to speak in peace he may get somewhere, I think possibly he was the right one to be on the seeder ship as he is not so volatile like Young is who just wants to shoot and kill all who oppose him. Anyway it would be good to see peaceful Aliens and I hope Telford can come to an understanding and a working relationship with them.

pipi
October 15th, 2010, 08:38 PM
Anyhow, Destiny seemed to be chasing his seeder ship. Why the hell was it where it was? Are there any Stargates ahead of it? Was it going the other way when it stopped?

It was a bit strange how Destiny had enough information to continue travelling if the seeder ship that plots its course was stopped midway. I could only logically conclude that there were more than one seeder ship per route or that all the seeder ships are linked by subspace communication that relays information. Would be a smart idea to a couple of seeder ships in series just incase the first one got owned.

morbosfist
October 15th, 2010, 08:51 PM
They make it clear that there are more than one of the seeder ships out there dropping gates.

garhkal
October 16th, 2010, 02:53 AM
Harry Maybourne is sueing you for copyright infringement

As rocky said in Rocky 5..."Sue me for what"


Anyhow, Destiny seemed to be chasing his seeder ship. Why the hell was it where it was? Are there any Stargates ahead of it? Was it going the other way when it stopped?

you need to rewatch the end.. it is the destiny that jumps to FTL not the seeder ship.


It was a bit strange how Destiny had enough information to continue travelling if the seeder ship that plots its course was stopped midway. I could only logically conclude that there were more than one seeder ship per route or that all the seeder ships are linked by subspace communication that relays information. Would be a smart idea to a couple of seeder ships in series just incase the first one got owned.

Either that or it came BACK to a point halfway..

SSJPabs
October 16th, 2010, 10:53 AM
I wonder what it's relation is to the other ships. Is it the oldest ship (and so malfunctioned wore out?) and got passed by newer replacements, is it the youngest and farthest behind? Getting interesting.

UniverseSizePlotHole
October 16th, 2010, 06:52 PM
Either that or it came BACK to a point halfway..

So if we have a gate corridor (many seeders operating together) which is wider than a single 'tunnel' of gates (single seeder) I could see sending a seeder back along the corridor to 1) resupply/repair 2) turn around to fix a broken link. This would not effect the long term viability of the SG network as in the end it would either catch-up (perhaps during a long intergalactic trip where other seeders had to drift or be slightly behind but still adding to the same corridor.

pipi
October 16th, 2010, 07:13 PM
The number of seed ships required to map even a fraction of the universe would be astronomical. Since they all orginated from the same point and are expanding exponentially outwards to infinity, the seeded corridors would become more distant from one another if they were evenly spaced out to begin with. Since there is only one Destiny, which corridor should it pick? cause there's probably no turning back. It's more probable that there is only one corridor serviced by a fleet of seeder ships, and that corridor spirals around each galaxy then shoots off to the next galaxy. I can't remember if there was a pattern from jumping from galaxy to galaxy, but this can also go on infinitely. So is there a destination that Destiny and all the seeder ships are heading for or are they just doing loops.

garhkal
October 16th, 2010, 09:35 PM
So if we have a gate corridor (many seeders operating together) which is wider than a single 'tunnel' of gates (single seeder) I could see sending a seeder back along the corridor to 1) resupply/repair 2) turn around to fix a broken link. This would not effect the long term viability of the SG network as in the end it would either catch-up (perhaps during a long intergalactic trip where other seeders had to drift or be slightly behind but still adding to the same corridor.

perhaps it is a case of the 2-3 seeders play leapfrog. One settles down on planet X to start laying the gate. Ship 2 jums ahead and starts mining the materiall it needs, and building the gate. Ship 3 hangs back and sees if there are problems.

GoodSmeagol
October 16th, 2010, 11:36 PM
Telford does have a few dozen stargates chilling in the hold...
If he can beat up all those lil fukers we might see him again?

koroush47
October 17th, 2010, 01:26 AM
Do you guys think Telford is going to be seen again? Or gone for good?


Any hints to whether he will be in future episodes? I was actually starting to like him.


Personally I think he is gone, how about you?

morsu
October 17th, 2010, 03:15 AM
He will be back.

The Alien looked friendly enough, but i think the others got scared when the crew tried to drain some power for the gate. Maybe they thought we were going to leave them with no power.
The aliens quite clearly have worked out how to operate some of the seeder ships functions which means they must have also decifered some of the language. On that basis I think they can comunicate with Telford.

Barroth
October 17th, 2010, 03:34 AM
I think that this is the answer: 0:59

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pG7Z6Fc5lf8

xxxevilgrinxxx
October 17th, 2010, 10:14 AM
Do you guys think Telford is going to be seen again? Or gone for good?


Any hints to whether he will be in future episodes? I was actually starting to like him.


Personally I think he is gone, how about you?

the mention of the seeder ship's being able to transport gates to the planets, added to Young possibly demanding the ship be turned around to get him back?

I think it was a good exit for Telford but do I think it's done? Unsure