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  • blueray
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    Originally posted by Tyrathraxus View Post

    I always believed that the Go'auld were a strong enough adversary as long as the show played it smart for the entire run of SG-1. Its a shame the showrunners didn't think so.
    One thing that I wish that they had done was have Baal go into business or politics when he was hiding on earth instead of the stupid clone thing. I think it would have been interesting to have him as a slightly grey character as appose to the other ones that were just evil.

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  • garhkal
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    Originally posted by Tyrathraxus View Post
    I always believed that the Go'auld were a strong enough adversary as long as the show played it smart for the entire run of SG-1. Its a shame the showrunners didn't think so.
    I do wish they concentrated more on the OTHER gou'ald rather than keeping going on with Anubis and apophis..

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  • Anja
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    IMO the Ori story line is very interesting - new stuff, new enemies and a very creepy young woman!

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  • Tyrathraxus
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    I think it was a logical conclusion of the Ancients storyline. We had more or less resolved the Go'auld storyline, then the replicator one.

    I always believed that the Go'auld were a strong enough adversary as long as the show played it smart for the entire run of SG-1. Its a shame the showrunners didn't think so.

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  • garhkal
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    Originally posted by Seaboe Muffinchucker View Post
    I'm not too fond of the last two seasons, but not because of Vala or Mitchell, despite the fact I think they're severely flawed characters. I think they jumped the shark when they introduced the Merlin story line. I also despise the Ori story line.

    My favorite episode of the final two seasons is Memento Mori, which is all about Vala.

    Seaboe
    Strange, i liked the whole merlin subline/ Especially after they established Morose was an ancient.

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  • jelgate
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    I'd rather watch S9 and S10 over S7 and S8. Working around RDA hurt the show

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  • Falcon Horus
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    Vala saved the show for me - so my allegiance lies with her.

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  • Seaboe Muffinchucker
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    I'm not too fond of the last two seasons, but not because of Vala or Mitchell, despite the fact I think they're severely flawed characters. I think they jumped the shark when they introduced the Merlin story line. I also despise the Ori story line.

    My favorite episode of the final two seasons is Memento Mori, which is all about Vala.

    Seaboe

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  • Anja
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    Cannot agree - there was no "joke concept" due to Vala. I liked her way of acting and she contributed well, she was very human compared to the military men/women.

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  • Tyrathraxus
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    Seaboe: I understand that. Sometimes though the show picks up on something we had forgotten and runs with that and sometimes it brings in a good idea and just dosnt touch it again.

    Its no secret Im not a fan of Vala or the last couple of seasons of Stargate SG-1. They went too much the comedy angle and abandoned the 'seriousness' of the show. (Im not saying there wasn't humor any on.. but the humor was derived from small character moments, not having the whole episode dedicated to a joke concept).

    Vala though was a character in one episode who Cooper? I think really really really liked. I didn't mind her in the episode she was in.. but casting her as a regular? SG-1 worked because of the structure they had set up. THe 4 person team.

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  • Seaboe Muffinchucker
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    Except that if he stayed as Jackson's assistant, he was no where near Chicago when the jar was opened.

    I take a very pragmatic view of all the things that aren't followed up on, and that is they only have so much time, and it takes a lot of time to follow up on things. Unless there is an entire story to tell (like Thor's Chariot after Thor's Hammer), they might as well leave things dangling.

    I mean, how often do you recap everything that's happened since you last saw your friends, and everything that happened to anyone you introduced that friend to?

    Seaboe

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  • Tyrathraxus
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    I postulated in a different thread that HE should have been the one to open the Osiris Jar.

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  • Britta
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    No, he came with us and became Daniel's research assistant or something.

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  • garhkal
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    Originally posted by Tyrathraxus View Post
    Or Nian. The Bedrosian. He just disappeared.
    That's cause we never went back (and iirc we did leave him there)..
    Heck the one planet i would have loved to see how they are getting on, is the one we visited mid S10, Bad guys..

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  • Tyrathraxus
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    Or Nian. The Bedrosian. He just disappeared.

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