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"SGU Stargate Universe" Gauntlet (2011)

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SGU Stargate Universe: Season 2: Episode 20 -- Watch a clip from Episode 220 'Gauntlet'.
SGU Stargate Universe: Season 2: Episode 20 -- Watch a clip from Episode 220 'Gauntlet'.
SGU Stargate Universe: Season 2: Episode 20 -- Watch a clip from Episode 220 'Gauntlet'.

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Director:
Writers:
Brad Wright (creator) &
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Original Air Date:
9 May 2011 (Season 2, Episode 20)
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Plot:
Eli and Rush have found a way to identify the location of drone mother ships using the Destiny's long range sensors... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

 (Episode Cast) (in credits order) (complete, awaiting verification)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Andy Mikita 
 
Writing credits
Brad Wright (creator) &
Robert C. Cooper (creator)

Joseph Mallozzi (written by) &
Paul Mullie (written by)

Produced by
Carl Binder .... executive producer
Robert C. Cooper .... executive producer
Jennifer Johnson .... associate producer
John G. Lenic .... producer
Joseph Mallozzi .... executive producer
Linda McGibney .... supervising producer
Paul Mullie .... executive producer
Brad Wright .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Joel Goldsmith (music by)
 
Cinematography by
Michael C. Blundell (director of photography) (as Michael Blundell)
 
Film Editing by
Mike Banas 
 
Casting by
Paul Weber 
 
Production Design by
James Robbins  (as James C.D. Robbins)
 
Art Direction by
Chris Beach 
 
Set Decoration by
Mark Davidson 
Tedd Kuchera 
 
Costume Design by
Valerie Halverson 
 
Makeup Department
Rebecca Lee .... makeup artist
Forest Sala .... hairstylist
Megan Davies .... assistant makeup artist (uncredited)
Ceilidh Dunn .... makeup artist (uncredited)
 
Production Management
John G. Lenic .... production manager
Kerry McDowall .... post production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Rachel Fortier .... second assistant director
Ryan Kosmynka .... first assistant director
Chad Fitz .... trainee assistant director (uncredited)
 
Art Department
Steve Craine .... paint coordinator
Kenny Gibbs .... property master (as Kenny L. Gibbs)
Scott Wellenbrink .... construction coordinator
Gordon Bellamy .... supervisor: prop makers, sculptors, model makers (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Kelly Cole .... re-recording mixer
James Fonnyadt .... sound designer
Kirby Jinnah .... supervising sound editor
Bill Mellow .... re-recording mixer
Patrick Ramsay .... sound mixer
Matthew Wilson .... sound editor
Jay Cheetham .... sound editor (uncredited)
Dave Griffiths .... boom operator (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
Scott Stofer .... special effects coordinator (as C. Scott Stofer)
 
Visual Effects by
Stephen Bahr .... in house digital effects coordinator
Natalia Diaz .... in house compositor
Erica Henderson .... in house lead compositor
James Kawano .... in house lead visual effects artist
Michael Lowes .... in house lead visual effects artist
Kodie Mackenzie .... in house compositor (as Kodie MacKenzie)
Billy Martin .... in house visual effects artist (as Bill Martin)
Krista McLean .... in house digital effects supervisor
Chris Phillips .... in house visual effects artist (as Christopher Phillips)
James Rorick .... visual effects coordinator
Mark Savela .... visual effects supervisor
Tia Hoshizaki .... compositor (uncredited)
Jeremy Kehler .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Lisa Nolan .... visual effects artist (uncredited)
Kelly Whitfield .... visual effects set supervisor (uncredited)
Dylan Yastremski .... compositor (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Jesse Emery .... chief lighting technician
Ryan Purcell .... camera operator
Grizz Salzl .... camera operator
Simon Smith .... key grip
Brendan Chalmers .... first assistant camera (uncredited)
Robert Finnigan .... second assistant camera (uncredited)
Ian Gledhill .... light board programmer (uncredited)
Courtland Sandover-Sly .... grip (uncredited)
Krista Stumph .... second assistant camera (uncredited)
Chris Unsworth .... rigging electrics (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Corinne Clark .... casting: Canada
Sandra-Ken Freeman .... extras casting
Jennifer Lurey .... casting associate: US
Jennifer Page .... casting: Canada
 
Editorial Department
Flavio Bidese .... on-line editor
Steve McLeod .... assistant editor
Jon Anctil .... post-production assistant (uncredited)
 
Music Department
Rick Chadock .... music editor
Andrea von Foerster .... music supervisor
 
Transportation Department
David R. Anderson .... transportation coordinator
 
Other crew
Amanda Alexander .... script supervisor (as Amanda Alexander-McLean)
Remi Aubuchon .... executive consultant (as Rémi Aubuchon)
Tanja Balic .... production coordinator
Lawren Bancroft-Wilson .... script coordinator
Christina Bulbrook .... legal counsel: Heenan Blaikie LLP
David Magee .... production coordinator
Julie Anne Rieder .... production accountant (as Julie Rieder)
John Scalzi .... creative consultant
Heather Vedan .... location manager
Dustin Lee Abram .... key production assistant (uncredited)
Nathan Conchie .... second assistant production coordinator (uncredited)
Ashleigh Inman .... assistant to executive producer (uncredited)
Ken Kabatoff .... office production assistant (uncredited)
Paul Muite Macharia .... production assistant (uncredited)
Julian Marles .... location production assistant (uncredited)
 
Crew believed to be complete


Production CompaniesDistributors
  • Syfy (2009) (USA) (TV)
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Additional Details

Runtime:
44 min
Filming Locations:

Did You Know?

Quotes:
Everett Young:I guess it would be easy to dwell on everything that we have lost, but I think today I would rather think about what we still have, and maybe what we've gained. We're a... we're family now, whether we like it or not. Sons, daughters, sisters, even the slightly crazy uncle who, despite everything, still manages to come through for you in the end. You are the smartest, bravest, most compassionate people that I have ever had the honor to serve with. To family.See more »
Soundtrack:
Stargate Universe End ThemeSee more »

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1 out of 1 people found the following review useful.
Another Day, Another Galaxy, 8 August 2014
Author: XweAponX from United States

In the previous episode, Destiny had to use a different brand of "Gas" to refuel, because the Army of Drones had set up a blockade around Destiny's regular Arco stations. We never saw the scope of that blockade until this episode.

Dr. Rush figures out a way to get supplies, but the encounter drains almost half of Destiny's tank of Stellar Gas. So something new has to be done, and Eli has the only viable solution: "Another Day, Another Galaxy" Ironically it took until the last few episodes for this crew to really start acting like a unified crew - And the crew-member who gets the prize for most improvement is of course Eli.

Eli was the one person you absolutely did not want to tell any secrets to when this show started, he would blurt out anything he heard. For that reason, Colonel Young tapped him for Ship narc so he could spy on Dr. Rush - When in fact Eli should have been inseparable from Rush from the start. And of course, Rush was No Saint, but this show had successfully shown us why he does what he does - He's a man who simply won't get distracted by things he cannot change, and that makes him appear to be crass. Plus, we've seen he has a lot to be bitter about, including losing Amanda Perry twice- But he has this in common with Eli now, or rather, Eli finally understands Loss like Rush does, after losing Ginn twice himself. Even Colonels Young and Telford, who would have killed each other if left in a locked room became much more Human, realizing their mistakes. And in Telford's case it was not strictly his fault. And it took Destiny itself to kick Young in the Arse, showing him vision after vision of destiny being blown up by the CGI Aliens who infected Chloe, because he was spending too much time at "Brody's Bar and Still". In fact, all of the characters, or at least the ones who survived until the end of the series became more human as the show went along.

By this time, Eli and Rush are working together more like they should have been, and also the rest of the crew, they are doing their jobs and not bellyaching about every little thing, and they are finally attacking their problems with a unified front.

But this last conundrum has only one solution, and by a twist of fate, Eli is the only one who won't be able to take part in it.

As Destiny enters FTL drive and Eli is sitting alone in the Observation deck, he gets that smile like he does when he's figured it out. And then you realize there is really only one thing he can do. And you have to think back, where DID Dr. Franklin actually go? Personally, I go for "Ascension", but anything is possible with Destiny, and in the Chair we have seen already in "Twin Destinies" that time potentially has no meaning there.

Music has always been the best part of this show, including a song by Flogging Molly "The Worst Day since Yesterday" which was used in a 1st season episode.

In this episode, we have a classical piano piece playing as Destiny heads off in her shortcut across galaxies - And Eli is all alone, sitting in the Observation Deck - We know he has thought of a solution, so due to the cancellation of this show, we just have to have Faith that he was able to apply it. So where we start with an Eli who was a spoiled brat Gamer, we leave the show with an Eli who has grown up considerably- Even willing to lose his life to gain it back not just for himself, but for the rest of the crew, even his Mad Uncle Rush.

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