Exploring Destiny the team finds a chair similar to the one found in Antarctica by General Jack O'Neil. Young orders no one to sit in it, the neural interface can be very dangerous. Rush ... See full summary »

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Exploring Destiny the team finds a chair similar to the one found in Antarctica by General Jack O'Neil. Young orders no one to sit in it, the neural interface can be very dangerous. Rush has found an Icarus like planet filled with naquadria in Destiny's database, only a year away. The news heightens crew moral, evident in the Pshyc evaluations preformed from Johansen. On a trip to the planet Matthew Scott gets a letter from an old friend and when he goes to visit her he discovers that she has an eight year old child that he fathered. Camille goes to the planet to visit her girl friend, an emotional reunion ensues. When Scott returns to Destiny he has a vision of Telford visiting Emily Young, Everett Young's wife. Young goes to the planet to see Telford with his wife and attempts to attack him but the stones are pulled before he can. It is discovered that Rush has planted the information about the planet, and there is no way to dial home yet. Rush claims that this is because he wanted ... Written by MRanda G.

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When describing the catastrophic failure observed everytime in simulations of Telford's plan to dial the gate home Eli says 'horrible death, fire and brimstone, dogs and cats living together' which is an abridged quote from _Ghostbusters (1984)_. See more »

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Space Soap Opera?
20 November 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

What an odd combination of a soap opera, drama, and sci fi. Although paling in comparison to SG-1, it is mildly entertaining at points. I will award the show an A for effort, and a C for follow through. Great acting, great plot....appropriate for the genre? Meh. Not in the opinion of this writer. Generally a let down in terms of moving the Stargate story line forward, although it may breathe new life into science fiction with the inclusion of jealous romances, lesbians and psychotics that can swap bodies /sigh/. Is this a space Melrose place? How many good actors can you throw at a soap opera and still have it be terrible regardless of the context you present it in? Alex Chapple is trying to find out.


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