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    Default Re: 'Time' (108) General Discussion

    My fav episode so far. The ending was classic. It was lime watching a horror film. Rush taking off and jumping through the gate was great an the visuals are outstanding.

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    Default Re: is she really?/spoliers

    Quote Originally Posted by Skydiver View Post
    i think it's safe to say that the episode never happened

    ye olde reset switch and nothing you saw on the tape happened.

    they went to the planet during the day, got the critters and inoculated everyone

    we'll likely find out for sure next week as some throwaway line
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    Quote Originally Posted by Replicator Todd View Post
    Best episode of SGU yet. Nuff said.
    Omg, I can finally say I completely agree! This episode was amazing, and I'm very happy

    Quote Originally Posted by Rickington
    Quite agreed!

    I can't wait to see the conclusion.
    Unfortunately, I don't think there's going to be a true conclusion to this. While I hope they address it in the next episode, it seems we're supposed to infer that they follow the directions and get the venom from the creatures in order to survive. We'll see
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    I think it'll just be inferred that they "figure this out". Wonder how many "loops" it takes though.

    I like the fact that they'll leave the real resolution to the viewers' imaginations.

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    To me that felt like I had been wisked back to the Lord of Rings Movie when Fellowship of the Ring just ends....BOOM...over...

    What the Freak was that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coronach View Post
    Unfortunately, I don't think there's going to be a true conclusion to this. While I hope they address it in the next episode, it seems we're supposed to infer that they follow the directions and get the venom from the creatures in order to survive. We'll see
    If the next episode is "Life"..they will be fighting for their lives more directly which would tend to indicate a follow on
    If you're wondering how he eats & breathes, and other science facts...(la! la! la!)
    Then repeat to yourself its just a show, I should really just relax.

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    Brilliant and Excellent ep. SGU has officially become the next Stargate series. It had Stargate written all over this one. I loved the character moments, the suspense and mystery was done very well. It also had a unique ending which was something a little different. This episode sorta reminded me of Tabula Rasa from SGA, because it started from one point and you had to work your way to the solution while going backwards in time. I think the classic Stargate fans will be happy with this episode, I know I am.
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    Default Re: Seriously? *spoilers*

    Quote Originally Posted by J-Whitt Remastered View Post
    I can buy the fact that a solar flare would send the Kino back in time (we've seen it often enough), but two flares that send the Kino back to the SAME time period? Really? That I can't buy. It makes no sense. Even if it was just one flare going at a different time it would send you to a different time (as proven by the end of 1969). Am I wrong on this?
    Actually it does not really matter when the Kino was sent to, as long as it was in the past...which might be a bit of a stretch yes, but all that would have to happen is the Kino would have had to be sent back to some time o that planet, in the past. Over all the years from the moment Scott sent it back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Replicator Todd View Post
    Best episode of SGU yet. Nuff said.
    Agreed. Any doubts I had about this show are now completely gone.
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    Default Re: Too Convient

    Quote Originally Posted by Gavatarman View Post
    it is way too convenient that the animal cures the disease that they have. one in a million. well at-least i think this, tell me your opinion.
    It's altogether possible that this is another instance of Destiny knowing that the crew is in danger and stopping to dial a planet that will offer a solution. It's happened twice before and I'm sure it will continue to happen throughout the series.

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    So this isn't a two-parter. In that case this was not a very good episode. I hate that they just left it unresolved.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saquist View Post
    What the Freak was that?
    It's a cliffhanger
    If you're wondering how he eats & breathes, and other science facts...(la! la! la!)
    Then repeat to yourself its just a show, I should really just relax.

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    I don't know...that was kinda whack...
    how you just gonna just end it like that....

    It was interesting....I don't go for horror in the sci fi category....Event Horizon...finsihed that thread for me.

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    Question Re: Seriously? *spoilers*

    Quote Originally Posted by Coronach View Post
    It makes perfect sense, given that they were the exact same solar flare with the exact same properties. This all made perfect sense to me, so I'm not sure what is so confusing
    The solar flare from the end of 1969 was the exact same flare also. They went through the gate just a few short seconds early and it threw them years further than they wanted to be. By all indications it was a few hours between when Rush went through the gate and when Scott threw the Kino through and it came out the other side roughly around the same time as Rush? Really?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Briangate78 View Post
    Brilliant and Excellent ep. SGU has officially become the next Stargate series. It had Stargate written all over this one. I loved the character moments, the suspense and mystery was done very well. It also had a unique ending which was something a little different. This episode sorta remind me of Tabula Rasa from SGA, because it started from one point and you had to work your way to the solution while going backwards in time. I think the classic Stargate fans will be happy with this episode, I know I am.
    It was very Tabula Rasa. In my opinion, Stargate is back. And its back for good.

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    Default Re: 'Time' (108) General Discussion

    i fell asleep during some of it but i am rewatching it and i thought it was cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheoryCraft View Post
    Agreed. Any doubts I had about this show are now completely gone.


    Quote Originally Posted by Saquist View Post
    I don't know...that was kinda whack...
    how you just gonna just end it like that....

    It was interesting....I don't go for horror in the sci fi category....Event Horizon...finsihed that thread for me.
    Actually the thing that most interested me about the ending was the whole thing with the flickering executive producer like we were still watching it through the Kino, very nice touch.

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    Default Re: Seriously? *spoilers*

    Quote Originally Posted by J-Whitt Remastered View Post
    The solar flare from the end of 1969 was the exact same flare also. They went through the gate just a few short seconds early and it threw them years further than they wanted to be. By all indications it was a few hours between when Rush went through the gate and when Scott threw the Kino through and it came out the other side roughly around the same time as Rush? Really?

    each time they threw the Kino through it was just in time for the flare...
    Wasn't that three times?

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    Default Re: Too Convient

    Quote Originally Posted by Gavatarman View Post
    it is way too convenient that the animal cures the disease that they have. one in a million. well at-least i think this, tell me your opinion.
    I think in general that the disease is caused by a tiny microbe and in general the venom acts either chemically or biologically on certain structures, so it's fortuitous but not impossible
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    Default Re: 'Time' (108) General Discussion

    Very nice ep, but then I've always really enjoyed Stargate's time travel episodes.

    TJ and Eli were the standouts for me, with a honorable mention to Greer. It was neat to see TJ struggling with the medical crisis, and I enjoyed her sharing family stories with Eli on the planet. Eli annoyed me a bit on the planet, but I liked his conversations with TJ and Rush, as well as his bedside speech to Chloe.

    Compared to last week, I thought this ep did a far better job of having nice character moments within an interesting plot, as well as having a pretty good balance between the characters, though I was sad not to see anything of Wray.



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