Last edited by Darren; January 24th, 2007 at 07:09 PM.
This was another cool episode. A lot of shooting and Hammond getting to be part of the action too.....amazing. What more could you ask for?
I thought it was kinda extreme of O'Neill to go in the Gate Room and then just shoot Reece in the chest. I mean, Daniel was just getting through to her! Silly O'Neill, lol.
ah yes but o'neill had no way of knowing that daniel was just getting through to her. in fact from his POV it may well have looked as though reece were going to be mean to daniel. and then get her replicator buddies to be mean to everyone else. and lets face it, he's a guy, its not like he's the type to stop and ask for directions and all that.
i thought this was an excellent episode. we don't often get to see hammond interact with sam, and i think they are great when they do have scenes together.
replicators looked fantastic, in their stainless steel glory.
the actress who played reece (sorry but her name escapes me at the moment and i'm too lazy to look it up) did a brilliant job.
words cannot express my love for the magnifying glass scene, i still laugh out loud every time i see it.
i generally love replicator stories, and i loved that this was sort of a "surprise" replicator story. and i really love that we got to see the origin of the replicators.
plus, replicators in the scg? always good to see how they deal with that one. nice.
I'll have you know that between my sister and myself I'm the one more likely to stop and ask for directionsOriginally Posted by stargate barbie
As for the episode. IMO it looked like Reese was loosing control of the replicators and it was very much a wise move to stop her by whatever means neccessary. After she died I thought maybe she really was shutting them down, but by that point I would have done the same thing as O'Neill and it would have been too late. For that I thought the line "You knew this was the way it had to go down." was very fitting, because it did have to go down that way IMO.
i completely agree with the second paragraphOriginally Posted by bcmilco
but do you read the instructions supplied before assembling furniture, or anything that requires some assembly for that matter? (and no, i don't )
ok, hehe, back to the topic, i just wonder, what if Reese didn't die, and she did succeed in stopping the replicators... too bad, she was such a fun character.
I don't know why, but I really dislike this episode. I know it is important to the storyline and all, but for some reason it just didn't trip my trigger.
"You ended that sentence in a preposition, *******!"
I find it hard to understand that Reese was the only survivor. I'm certain that there would be more. I liked the little toys she made though
Yah, those little toys, i liked those. I thought it was funny when Daniel tried to talk to her, and she said it was boring.
That was good. I can understand why she wanted to go outside, but it would only cause problems
I think she wanted to go outside just because she wanted to have fun. If she did went outside, i agree, she'll probably cause problems.
She probably just wanted to have fun but I do think that knowing what she was capable of I could agree on the situation
She was so- lively, it was so sad when she shot
Shame Jack shot her
Daniel : You stupid son of a bitc*..
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I don't really think Daniel would say something like that. He's not that type of geek
So are you saying he actually didn't say the line? Or it just wasn't his character to say it?
He didn't say the line and also I don't think he'd say it
Are you sure he didn't? Because when Jack shot her, and Daniel's weeping over her death, i'm pretty sure Daniel did, let me go see the episode again...
According to Gateworld's episode guide, it says...
Daniel can't believe what Jack has done -- possibly destroying their only chance to beat the Replicators and save the Asgard's entire galaxy. "You stupid son of a *****," Daniel says to him.