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Eli rushes back to Earth using the communication stones when he receives word that his mother is hospitalized and in declining health. She's stopped taking her medication and is clearly depressed over the fact that Eli has never been in touch with her. Eli has to decide whether or not to tell her the truth. Camile Wray also visits Earth to spend time with her partner, Sharon Walker, but something is clearly wrong. Chloe has been out of sorts lately and begins sleepwalking. A concerned Lt. Scott finds something startling in her diary. Col. Young decides the release the Alliance members from the brig but one of them is having difficulty fitting in. Written by garykmcd

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When the nurse is telling Eli about his mother she says that she has stopped taking her AVR treatment. That is incorrect it should be ARV treatment. It stands for Anti Retro Viral treatment. See more »

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True Sciance Fiction
26 October 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

A lot of things going on in this episode, and A, B, C and D storyline to keep track of, and all handled seamlessly. Two character arcs (Eli/hismother and Sharon/Wray) merged and resolved in one, plus three ongoing grander plots being expanded featuring Chloe and what happened to her, Rush and the bridge, and Simeon and the rest of the Lucian Alliance forces. The musical montage at the end was particularly classy, featuring music from Ludovico Einaudi. There were particular stand out performances from Glynis Davies (Maryann Wallace, Eli's mother) who had some emotional scene with Eli (David Blue) and Robert Knepper, who plays Simeon. This episode seems to have signalled the start of his arc, as he realises something disturbing about the rest of the Lucian Alliance forces. All in all a great episode, with the characteristic high quality we have come to expect from Stargate Universe!


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