Last edited by GateWorld; October 25th, 2015 at 11:34 PM.
that was... AMAZING!!!!! The suprises, the crazy stunts! Loved it!!!
Great follow up episode, so totally beat Adrift in terms of excitment and adventure! Dr. Weir kicked butt, going to miss her after all. The whole Carter coming to the rescue in a ship speculation was realized in this.
I really do hope something good comes of the replicators attacking the wraith, we all know how seemingly good things can spiral out of control. Anyways, 10/10.
Why didnt the anti rep beam effect the nanites in weir? I dont remember it being explained.
cool episode...I liked it.....several twists I didnt see coming
I thought it was an excellent episode.
*Loved the Weir/Oberoth scenes.
*The view of the Asuran Homeworld.
*The "penetrate" and "kissing" slashing.
*The ending with the Asuran vessels attacking the Wraith.
*The PJ/Apollo/Asuran ship scene.
Basically, everything, including all Carter and Dr. Lee stuff.
to me...I love how they finally start writing Weir into a good character to watch...and we will (more than likely in my opinion the way the writers are working for me) NEVER see her again after this season.....
I loved Weir completely all the way, loved the Sheppard questioning to "pull the plug"....but the episode just seemed to be lacking overall for me.
And I had the complete opposite reaction from sweetsong. I liked Adrift's action better. I did think Lifeline was a great ep. Loved Weir tricking Oberoth. Was a little disappointed to see the old McKay back. LOVED the scene with Ronon and Teyla as she packed Weir's office.
Pretty good episode, I was hoping for more time being dedicated to the actual heist, but I enjoyed the rest of it.
Definitely better than the premiere! An excellent follow-up episode. I admit it was a little slow in the beginning but it definitely picked up. I thought it was a great send-off for Weir as well. My only gripe though is that Teyla was in like 2min. of the entire episode which I thought was a bit cheap. And I also thought, judging from how much of a big deal they were making it the last episode, that the ZPM heist would have played a much larger part in the story. McKay started to get annoying again at times but I was able to get around that.
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Delenn: This is Ambassador Delenn of the Minbari. Babylon 5 is under our protection. Withdraw,...or be destroyed.
Earth Captain: Negative. We have authority here. Do not force us to engage your ship.
Delenn: Why not? Only one human captain has ever survived battle with a Minbari fleet. He is behind me. You are in front of me. If you value your lives, be somewhere else.
--Babylon 5 - "Severed Dreams"
However, does this mean Weir is assimilated? If so, does she follow the same command as the other Asurans?
This show has become amazing. The plots and twists of this episode were just amazing. Wow!
Never, never, never believe any war will be smooth or easy...
... or that any man can measure the tides and hurricanes he will
encounter on the strange journey.
Another great episode! Nice swan song for Elizabeth (even though I'm against it and sadened by it). I loved everything about the ep, except for the fact that Carter made it sound like Elizabeth is dead. Bad Carter! Very touching scene at the end, Teyla and Ronon grieving over the loss of Elizabeth.
Quite good, but I still feel a little letdown for some inexplicable reason. Don't really know. It will be interesting to see what happens with Elizabeth: the end scene between Sam and John reminded me a bit of the talk between Elizabeth and John after Ford stole through the Gate in Seige.
I don't know if anyone else thought this, but near the end when Rodney is describing all the ways it is possible for them to die entering the planet's atmosphere, John snaps at him saying "It never ends with you, you know?!" and Rodney actually looks kinda startled. It's like he was confused because Sheppard had always just smirked and snarked at him during his imminent-death speeches before. Maybe showing a strain between the two from Rodney's actions in Adrift (activating the nanites).
Shouldn't go into Teyla's role (or lack thereof). Seriously, she had, what, two lines and got to look sad when cleaning out Elizabeth's office. (also, why Teyla and why, like, the day Elizabeth disappeared?) Ronon is becoming quite good at the try-to-comfort-people-cleaning-out-personal-belongings-of-lost-friends thing.