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morjana
May 17th, 2004, 10:59 PM
SG1-Spoilergate has uncovered information on episode 109 of "Stargate
Atlantis":

The episode is titled "Underground" and has a character named Sora.



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Morjana

SG1-Spoilergate
http://tv.groups.yahoo.com/group/SG1-Spoilergate/

Wass
May 18th, 2004, 01:55 AM
SG1-Spoilergate has uncovered information on episode 109 of "Stargate
Atlantis":

The episode is titled "Underground" and has a character named Sora.



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Morjana

SG1-Spoilergate
http://tv.groups.yahoo.com/group/SG1-Spoilergate/


I'm sure i read about this epsodie before on this forum is it to do with a new human race who were planning on killing wraith but SGA turned up and woke up the wraith, they are not happy with us.

Wass
May 18th, 2004, 02:02 AM
According to chevronine here is the information about the episode, Brad Turner will direct the Stargate Atlantis season 1 episode Underground, and Peter Deluise will be the writer.

Episode 109 - Underground

While exploring, the Atlantis team meets a new race of Humans that live on the planet Genii. The Atlantis team hopes to trade anibiotics for food with the less advance race, but they may find that the Genii are an unreliable and dangerous ally.

tfalls1
May 18th, 2004, 04:49 AM
Oh no... if they are looking to trade for food still by episode 109 that would imply they are not able the get back to earth for supplies.... I fear the Voyager "lost" arc....ahhhhhhh :(

Thor
May 18th, 2004, 06:10 AM
Again, not SG1-Spoilergate got this info, Showfax got it and morjana used this info :P :D

Director: Brad Turner
Writer: Peter DeLuise

Story:
Sheppard and his crew negotiat with Cowen, the leader of the Genii people, who tentatively agree to give food in exchange for antibiotics. However, Cowen has a self-serving agenda that makes him an unreliable and dangerous ally...

Read more about recurring characters Sora and Cowen here (http://www.chevronnine.com/index.php?page=shows;season=1;episode=9)

German Version:
Stargate-Project.com (http://www.sg-atlantis.info/stargate/index.php?pn_go=details&id=0000548)

GhostPoet
May 18th, 2004, 11:02 AM
Oh no... if they are looking to trade for food still by episode 109 that would imply they are not able the get back to earth for supplies.... I fear the Voyager "lost" arc....ahhhhhhh :(

It won't be as bad as you think. And not like Voyager...they were lost. These guys know where they are. It's just that they have their home base in a far off world and it takes too much power to travel back and forth.

Most likely they can only travel back when they have a power supply that allows them to do that..I read that in the first episode they send the now old guy back to earth. Which means they have to find a new power supply because traveling to earth would eat it up.

Wass
May 18th, 2004, 12:03 PM
Just read an article on Multichannel News it had some interesting information about the Wraith.

“The Wraith are a cooler adversary, an advanced race indifferent to the affairs of humans. They awaken from their technological hibernation every 200 years to feed; humans are merely a convenient food source, a herd to be culled.”

Also according to Brad Wright

“We don’t see them [the Wraith] that often. But they are the rationale for why the Pegasus Galaxy is the way it is. Instead, we meet the cultures who are impacted by them.”

“Some societies respond by digging in, he said, rebuilding repeatedly after each successive culling. Others, he says, become tribal and nomadic, constantly on the move in hopes of avoiding the terrible enemy. “

http://multichannel.com/index.asp?layout=article&articleid=CA414355&display=Search%20Results&text=stargate

It’s interesting how they are going to use the wraith, I was expecting the wraith to show up often but TPTB have decided to use the fear factor (of wraith) as the enemy.

What do you all think?

Teal'c
May 18th, 2004, 01:38 PM
Again, not SG1-Spoilergate got this info, Showfax got it and morjana used this info :P :D

Director: Brad Turner
Writer: Peter DeLuise

Story:
Sheppard and his crew negotiat with Cowen, the leader of the Genii people, who tentatively agree to give food in exchange for antibiotics. However, Cowen has a self-serving agenda that makes him an unreliable and dangerous ally...

Read more about recurring characters Sora and Cowen here (http://www.chevronnine.com/index.php?page=shows;season=1;episode=9)

German Version:
Stargate-Project.com (http://www.sg-atlantis.info/stargate/index.php?pn_go=details&id=0000548)
Uh-huh, and where do Chevron Nine get all their info? Magical fairy beings? :P

GhostPoet
May 18th, 2004, 01:40 PM
Just read an article on Multichannel News it had some interesting information about the Wraith.

“The Wraith are a cooler adversary, an advanced race indifferent to the affairs of humans. They awaken from their technological hibernation every 200 years to feed; humans are merely a convenient food source, a herd to be culled.”

Also according to Brad Wright

“We don’t see them [the Wraith] that often. But they are the rationale for why the Pegasus Galaxy is the way it is. Instead, we meet the cultures who are impacted by them.”

“Some societies respond by digging in, he said, rebuilding repeatedly after each successive culling. Others, he says, become tribal and nomadic, constantly on the move in hopes of avoiding the terrible enemy. “

http://multichannel.com/index.asp?layout=article&articleid=CA414355&display=Search%20Results&text=stargate

It’s interesting how they are going to use the wraith, I was expecting the wraith to show up often but TPTB have decided to use the fear factor (of wraith) as the enemy.

What do you all think?


I think it was a good choice.
The more you see the enemy..the less fearsome they become.

Thor
May 18th, 2004, 03:06 PM
Uh-huh, and where do Chevron Nine get all their info? Magical fairy beings? :P
Nope, visit this page http://showfax.com/role_selection.cfm?l=1&t=1&p=73591 and pay 11 or 2 Dollars so you get one of the scripts. I've downloaded both (and payed for them) so I've posted the information on chevronnine.com and stargate-project :)

Mio
May 18th, 2004, 06:10 PM
Uh-huh, and where do Chevron Nine get all their info? Magical fairy beings? :P

That's pure and utter nonsense. It's the SGC hobgoblin that tells them all of stargate's secrets....

Idun
May 18th, 2004, 07:05 PM
I have got some major spoilers for this episode, some you might already know, but most of it is new...

The Atlantis team embarcks on a mission to the planet Genii in Underground (http://www.chevronnine.com/index.php?page=shows;season=1;episode=9). The Genii are a much less advanced race, and the Atlantis team wishes to trade with them. Teyla's people often traded with the Genii, and when the Atlantis team was in need of food Teyla informs Sheppard of these honorable traders. Cowen is the main Genii character that the Atlantis team deals with. He appears at first to be nice, onlt to turn on Sheppard. The Genii want a large amount of antibiotics in exchange for the food the Atlantis team needs. Cowen says that it will be difficult to make more room to grow more food for their would be allies, so Sheppard introduces him to C4. Needless, to say Cowen wants this in addition to the antibiotics, but the reason is unclear.

The Atlantis team while exploring Genii come across an underground base (this is where the episode title comes to play). Cowen is angered that they have discovered their secret, a weapon similar to our atomic bomb, not quite as advanced thoungh. Sheppard and McKay are captured and kept as prisoners. Sheppard makes a plea for an aliiance between the Atlantis team and the Genii, but the Cowen feels that it is the Atlantis team's fault that Wraith have awoken.

At the end of the episode Sheppard finds himself in a standoff with Cowen and a large group of Genii soldiers. While it looks bad for Sheppard, he soon commands the two puddle jumpers above him to uncloak. The Atlantis team leaves the planet leaving many unanswered questions, no doubt we will see the Genii again...

Idun, Chevron Nine

David85
May 18th, 2004, 07:26 PM
COOL!

The more news I hear the less I hate the spinoff! :D

the_fours
May 19th, 2004, 02:55 AM
idun, i liked your spoilers but dont give away the ending too much, though im sure il forget about it by the time it aires :D

Idun
May 19th, 2004, 04:25 AM
I did say major spoilers, so sorry if I ruined it for you. :S

the_fours
May 19th, 2004, 04:27 AM
I did say major spoilers, so sorry if I ruined it for you. :S

no probs, heres a little trick though change the colour of the writting to white so that people have to highlight it to see it. And like i said il forget the spoilers by the time i see it

joshing123
May 19th, 2004, 09:01 AM
[QUOTE=Thor]Again, not SG1-Spoilergate got this info, Showfax got it and morjana used this info QUOTE]


Is that necessary? I think most of us don't really care where they got the info and remarking on it seems rather petty. If someone from Spoilergate is willing to cough up the money & report it to me then as far as I'm concerned then yes Spoilergate GOT it. They've got the source that I don't.

GhostPoet
May 19th, 2004, 09:19 AM
Some people here seem to be going into this auto-matically thinking the spinoff will suck. Is it right to think a show will be bad before you even see it? Is hope really THAT dead in peoples hearts?

Personally..I know the show will succeed..i will be just as successful as SG-1.
Why? Because it has something Trek doesn't.
Writers, producers and Directors that CARE what the fans have to say.
It wasn't coincidence that DAYS after the big complaint that Atlantis would be "lost in space like voyager" (which it won't be) that the guys in charge sent out a message saying it wasn't. Most franchies wouldn't even do that.
This shows the level of commitment they are at in terms of pleasing their fans...because they know that without the fans the show is dead.

I think thats also largely why Jonas was taken out...because for some reason...people were complaining enough that they didn't like him. (or rather they wanted Daniel back)

Thor
May 19th, 2004, 09:28 AM
Is that necessary? I think most of us don't really care where they got the info and remarking on it seems rather petty. If someone from Spoilergate is willing to cough up the money & report it to me then as far as I'm concerned then yes Spoilergate GOT it. They've got the source that I don't.

I don't think its necessary, but Spoilergate didn't pay anything they just reposted what anyone can see on showfax, the episodetitle, number and the name of one guest character (now two) ... So they just posted it but didn't got it (exclusively).

There is a small difference, but it is different...

Teal'c
May 19th, 2004, 11:54 AM
I don't think its necessary, but Spoilergate didn't pay anything they just reposted what anyone can see on showfax, the episodetitle, number and the name of one guest character (now two) ... So they just posted it but didn't got it (exclusively).

There is a small difference, but it is different...
Where as Chevron Nine have exclusive rights to buying to script sides :rolleyes:

Frankly, you came off as trying to be mean to Morjana, and that just isn't allowed :P

Idun
May 19th, 2004, 12:46 PM
<lol> would you two quit it. We all like Stargate so get back to talking about this episode.

To me it sounds like a a great episode, the best one yet so far.

joshing123
May 19th, 2004, 01:47 PM
Well, they still "uncovered" it for me, because I haven't seen it elsewhere. I just kind of find all this who got the spoiler competition a little off-putting, especially when intended or not it comes off as being a bit nasty as your post did. I don't care about the source, as long as it's not made up (thinks back to the disappointment of the fake shipper spoilers for end of season 7).

Idun
May 19th, 2004, 02:03 PM
I didn't write any nasty posts, not really sure what you're talking about.

Benjamin
May 19th, 2004, 02:39 PM
Ok, normally I would not post on something like this, but it makes Chevron Nine sound bad.

Our official policy is WHO CARES? I don't care who posts the content first, I don't care where it came from. As long as Stargate fans get the news they are looking for, GREAT! We make it a point of re-posting our full news article on as many Stargate sites as possible when we happen to get the content first. If we don't get it first, no big deal. We don't care, and neither should anyone else.

Please don't drag Chevron Nine down into this. The whole 'we had it first' thing is honestly quite petty, and no one cares. Did you get the info you were looking for? Yes? Good, our job is done. Did you get it from someone else? Great, as long as you got it, we're happy. End of story.

Sorry to rant, I just don't want people to get the wrong impression about CN. Thanks for listening,

Benjamin, Chevron Nine's creator

Positively Kanyon
May 19th, 2004, 04:41 PM
What's with all the Atlantis hate? I feel that the spin-off has the potential to be something really good. I'll bet you if this was a CSI or Law & Order board, people would be raving at how good the spin-off would be, before the show even aired!

Like I've said previously in other threads and other boards, I see Atlantis as having the potential to be Stargate's version of "The Next Generation." Where there are opportunities to do things in the spin-off not possible in SG-1.

From what I've read about Atlantis, I'm actually quite excited for the premiere. All this crap about "It won't be the same as SG-1" or "It doesn't have RDA or Daniel in it" is a load of baloney. If it's the same as SG-1, and the same actors are in it, it defeats the purpose of a spin-off. Yes, there will be guest appearances and cameos, but for the purpose of storytelling, Atlantis is a new story, new stars and so on.

Idun
May 19th, 2004, 06:05 PM
Right on!!!!

The spin-off has all the potential to be even batter than the orignal, mean think about it. The production team has experience now, they know what works and what doesn't. They won't make mistakes and the directing is just top of the line, so yea there is no doubt that Atlantis will rock. :cool:

Benjamin
May 19th, 2004, 08:55 PM
I agree 100%. I even wrote a quick story about it on Chevron Nine (http://www.chevronnine.com/index.php?board=3;action=display;threadid=292;start=0) which also talks about how they are *not* stuck in the Pegasus Galaxy.

Wass
May 20th, 2004, 01:49 AM
Ok, normally I would not post on something like this, but it makes Chevron Nine sound bad.

Our official policy is WHO CARES? I don't care who posts the content first, I don't care where it came from. As long as Stargate fans get the news they are looking for, GREAT! We make it a point of re-posting our full news article on as many Stargate sites as possible when we happen to get the content first. If we don't get it first, no big deal. We don't care, and neither should anyone else.

Please don't drag Chevron Nine down into this. The whole 'we had it first' thing is honestly quite petty, and no one cares. Did you get the info you were looking for? Yes? Good, our job is done. Did you get it from someone else? Great, as long as you got it, we're happy. End of story.

Sorry to rant, I just don't want people to get the wrong impression about CN. Thanks for listening,

Benjamin, Chevron Nine's creator


I agree with Benjamin Chevron Nine is very good fansite it is not right that the website has been given a bad rep.

Teal'c
May 20th, 2004, 07:06 AM
Unfortunately, it was Thor's fault that this go started, he brought up the pettiness about Morjana's fine list :P Chevron Nine is a good site, and I'd be just as annoyed if someone were to say that kind of thing "on behalf" of SGO.

StargateSara
May 20th, 2004, 08:15 AM
Give the guy a break, he was just trying to give credit to the right site. Maybe he was a bit blunt about it, and I agree, trying to make Morjana look bad is unacceptable, but I don't feel like that was his intent. He was trying to give credit where it was due, and jeeze, did he suffer some backlash for it!

I'm sorry everyone came down so hard on you Thor, I, for one, don't think you meant any harm...

joshing123
May 20th, 2004, 08:16 AM
Idun - Okay, see this is where this board confuses - you can't tell who's responding to what message.

If your post #23 is referring to my post #22, it wasn't directed at you. I was responding to a post from Thor.

If not, then never mind!

Idun
May 20th, 2004, 12:49 PM
No problem man. I was a little confuse too, :p and yea it is hard to know who people mean to talk to sometimes.

Darren
May 21st, 2004, 09:47 AM
Now that that's all worked out, let's get back to talking about the episode! :D

Erik Pasternak
May 22nd, 2004, 01:19 PM
I really hope that they can gate back home whenever they want. While it would take a lot of power, the Atlantis base is still powered by Ancient power systems, which means they are very advanced. And plus, Amanda Tapping has said that she and Christopher Judge (Teal'c) will appear in later episodes of Atlantis, so who knows what will be the case.

Benjamin
May 22nd, 2004, 06:16 PM
Actually, I wrote a little article on this at Chevron Nine about this. It seems that they will be stuck in the Pegasus Galaxy for a few episodes, but only a few. This will not last the season, much less the series.

Benjamin