Last edited by Darren; January 24th, 2007 at 07:32 PM.
This is a pretty good episode. From Lt Barber's suicide and the death of the rest of SG-5 and almost getting Jackson killed ( ). The light-matrix distraction was pretty cool as well, probably pretty effective for whoever was using it.
It was an interesting one-off episode, I'd liked to know what happened to the kid they found, he seems to have fallen into the same plothole that Nyan from "New Ground" fell into
The SFX were absolutely beautiful, I loved the way the flowed down the walls, the FX department really earned their money with those IMO.
Is your name Pierre Bernard, by any chance?Originally Posted by KorbenDirewolf
It seems to a a bottonless hole that can hold anything.
Nope.. Why'd ya go and say that? Its just I never liked Jackson until he died and returned in "Fallen". Not exactly sure what it was about him.Originally Posted by bcmilco
I was just joking, it's just that I've seen a bunch of your posts mention DJ getting killed or that he should get killed, And I had just been looking at the 'Recliner Of Rage' thread.Originally Posted by KorbenDirewolf
Great SFX and bottemless plot-hole
My lava lamp just doesn't seem as snazzy after seeing this episode.
Does anyone know when this episode will come on again? I missed it...along with almost every other episode on this show....(I just got into this show recently..Memorial Day to be exact)
I'm not sure, but maybe you should buy the DVD, haha... Or possibly, rent the box set. Anywho, good episode, loved it. Maybe sci-fi will play it sometime in the future, haha..
Amanda, "Wallow Central."
Nice episode, cool effects.
For some reason, I found the fact that the Goa'uld used drugs funny. I could just see Ba'al whacked out and giggling.
Maybe I'm just odd.
Giggling Goa'uld... funny
I finally saw the episode, OMG it was great. All the suicidal issues and stuff was very dramatic and same with Daniel's "death". The light was beautiful too, I wish I had one...that wasn't addictive.
"Sometimes I think the surest sign that intelligent life exists elsewhere in the universe is that none of it has tried to contact us." -Bill Watterson
The first times I saw it I didn't really like it. But when I watched it.. 4 days ago maybe, I enjoyed it:>
Goa'uld drugs... *giggles*
This was a strange episode to me... not having to do with anything.
I liked the interplay between the characters when they started going into withdrawal.
What was this the fourth house that Daniel has lived in? I liked this house the best, better than the FiaD home. I just can't see Daniel collecting swords. Of course, I'm not sure I can visualize him playing the piano, either.
Anyway, I liked the episode showing how much Jack cares for Daniel.
I like this episode very much. The story was maybe not perfect but IMO interesting enough. The special effects for the light-matrix were some of the most beautifull things I had ever seen in this show. And I´m still a big fan of the friendship between Jack and Daniel. It was nice to see an episode in which this friendship had a important role.Originally Posted by LMichelle
You gotta feel bad for our Danny boy. He's clean as a whistle--barring the whole aliens-built-the-pyramids thing--up until his starts skipping through the 'Gate. Then he's stuffed into sarcophagus's, closed inside palace lava-lamp opium dens and driven crazy by all sorts of other vexing little problems. He really IS having no luck.
But I really did like this episode. I also liked seeing Jack's concern for Daniel and Daniel's trusting Jack and then that whole death thing and running him through the 'Gate! That one had me on my toes with anguish. Poor, poor Daniel.
Not this kid. I betcha they were able to find where his home planet was and send him home to whatever family he had left, there. There's a good chance that kind of information was in his parent's things. And if he's home, there's not much need for continuing plots surrounding him. Nyan, on the other hand, has no home to go to--that's the whole point.Originally Posted by bcmilco
If you can find a path with no obstacles, it probably doesn't lead anywhere.
-Frank A. Clark
An optimist may see a light where there is none, but why must the pessimist always run to blow it out?
-Michel de Saint-Pierre
Now, there's this about cynicism. It's the universe's most supine moral position. Real comfortable. If nothing can be done, then you're not some kind of **** for not doing it, and you can lie there and stink to yourself in perfect peace.
-Lois McMaster Bujold, "The Borders of Infinity"
Don't know why exactly, but this is one of my favs. The suspense was palpable when Daniel was on the balcony, even though you knew he wasn't going to die-very touching scene with Jack. Jack and Sam fighting was hilarious, and the light effect was awesome. Something about the Goa'uld having the munchies is just fun to think about.....
And haven't you people been paying attention, Nyan got a new name and went to Atlantis!
And it came to pass that in time the Great God Om spake unto Brutha, the Chosen One: "Psst!"
Jack: You're so shallow.
Daniel: Oh please. Teal'c is like one of the deepest people I know. He's so deep. Tell him how deep you are. You'll be lucky if you understand this.
Teal'c: My depth is immaterial to this conversation.
Daniel: Oh! You see?
Jack: (to Daniel) No more beer for you.
River: My food is problematic.