I would guess they got the message within a month before the mission to P4C-970, since it was already on the mission schedual.
I think it was said that the planet was the next mission, but I'm not sure on that. Haven't seen this episode for a while.
Ah... Yeah, that's how it went.
Hehehe. That was great! You've got to love the way Hammond says things
This episode bugged me... One of those 'little' twilight zone storys, haha.. The part that i don't get is, if the high-tech aschen medicine could heal like many diseases and such, and remove Teal'c's emblem on his forehead, why does Daniel still wear glasses and such. If this was mentioned, i'm sorry If it has, someone plz tell me!
I think that the Russian DHD was blown up in '48 Hours.'Originally Posted by Dramaqueen
I thought this one was good because they all got to be heroes and save the planet once again. It was funny when Jack called Mullem, melon. That is so O'Neill isn't it?
My eye problems could be 'cured' if I wanted, I just prefer having to wear glasses for the rest of my life to risking anyone near them with lasers. Maybe the Aschen's technique is no more foolproof.
Same here. Not getting anything near my eyes.Originally Posted by Madeleine_W
Besides, purely shallow reasons, I don't want Daniel without glasses. He looks scrumptious in glasses.
So 48 hours is after 2010 right? Thus The timelines changed. In the 2010 timeline it properly didn't get blown up is all.Originally Posted by Roatbaum
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Haha, yah, i know some people who doesn't want to wear contact lenses, or fix their eyes by laser and such, glasses would fit them better anyway... haha...Originally Posted by Dani347
I enjoyed this episode, until it got to the end. Then I got annoyed. My "Time Paradox" antipathy kicked in, and I found myself thinking thus:
The team meet the Aschen, eventually find out about them being bad guys, and send the note through the gate.
The note stops the team meeting the Aschen, therefore the note doesn't get sent.
This means the team don't get the note, meet the Aschen, and send a note.
And so on. And on and on and on.
This is the reason why so many Sci-fi creators avoid time travel like the plague. It's too easy to set up a paradox, and very difficult to get out of it!
i'm no scientist. i pretty much failed maths at highschool. so things like that dont bother me..
i live a world of blissfull ignorance of such things
meanwhile, i was walking to uni today and was thinking about this ep the..
"And we're walking" bit.
I had this huge stupid grin on my face.
people were looking at me weirdly... it's funny how people are so boring that seeing someone smiling to themselves freaks them out.
ooo, grr, that sgc guide that said that was so, 'horrible', i thought it was funny though, 'and we're walking'.
i agree, if your alone walking somewhere in public, and start smiling, it is kind of scary, haha...
Strange how people react to such a normal thing
Sometimes, when i walk and see people smiling by themselves, i just start to laugh, but stop, haha...
Not in Stargate. In stargate we know alternate realities are possibile (ie. The quantaum Mirror") Thus SG-1 didn't actually do squat to their timeline. But created an alternate one where they didn't meet the Aschen. Thus no paradox creates becuase the note came from a different timeline and not the one being changed.Originally Posted by SeaBee
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I don't normally laugh, just think to myself
I was thinking about the scene with the guide. And how she says the gate room was the embarkation room, Daniel says it was "the Gate room" and yet at least in the early years season one + two they did call it the embarkation room. So what gives?
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Perhaps they wanted to give the professional talk a rest!