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I liked this ep.
Clever twist on the "1984, Big Brother is watching" thing.
I have to admit, I din't think much of this ep. I didn't like the head things
This was a weird episode for me......
As soon as that first person got up and wandered off I knew what was going on. It just seemed a bit predicatable to be honest. But I liked this ep anyway. Good to see that they're reusing the old actors too!
True, and very predictible. That's why I though it wasn't that great
Yah, although predictable, for me, at first i didn't know what was happening with the shields, i was in complete '' about that, so i did like that little mystery. I thought it was kind of a good episode, weird, but good At least when SG reuse actors, it isn't in every episode, haha.. But i still think its good tooOriginally Posted by omnian
The dome was weird. They went through it and they found skeletons, and city pieces. Cool stuff
Hmm, did we get any technology from these people?
I agree the link was pretty predictable, but the shield thing wasn't, however overall it was a flat episode for me.Originally Posted by littlemigueljr
I did, however loved the location it was the prettiest little town.
I liked this episode even though I think it was a bit predictable, too.
I like it cause it's one of the few Team-doing-something-together episodes in this season where everyone of the Team is involved in the story and contributes to solve the problem.
The location and the creepy citizens were great and I love Jack saying "Hello Nevin"
The location was such a peaceful area, i like the town as well.Originally Posted by bcmilco
I read the transcript about half a year before I actually watched the episode. I did not think that the ep was predictable in itself when I read it. But when you see that the people have something on their temple which no one else in the galaxy has, then you immediately know what the reason for their strange behaviour could be. And unfortunately, that was the reason in the end.
It's one of the few episodes where the written version is much better than the actual episode on TV.
http://i52.photobucket.com/albums/g3...s/AngryPC2.gif No, 'Eureka' is Greek for 'This bath is too hot.'
http://i52.photobucket.com/albums/g3...s/AngryPC2.gif "Because only an extremely deranged individual would think of doing what we're doing."
http://i52.photobucket.com/albums/g3...s/AngryPC2.gif (LOST producer Damon Lindelof, May 2007)
what have I always told you... don't interface with an evil computer.
This wasnt one of my favourite episodes but like SeaBee said I did like the similarities between the book "1984".
You'd think the advanced society would figure out how to fix the planet.
Which actors did they re-use? Nevin's father looked kind of familiar but I cant remember where I might have seen him.Originally Posted by omnian
EDIT: I just saw the ep he was in. He was the Ashrak in the ep where Carter is blended with Jolinar.
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Erm, t-was, different, ok, not really bad, the basic story was ok, but not much happened with it I thought.
I give green for signatures with ancient in them
I am not sure as it is a long time since I saw the full episode but are the inhabitants of this dome speaking English? I think so. Why are the notes that Daniel finds not in English? He said that they were written in their language (the language of the natives).
I think this is kind of strange.
I hope we didn't get the computer, it's way too dodgy.Originally Posted by littlemigueljr