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OMG, they are stranded in deep space with Ralph the Bricassart.

God help us all. And yes, I notice the irony. :-p

Also, was that...slash? With Sgt. Furious and Ralph?

I repeat, God help us all.

And, all the people on that ship - who were all people specially selected to work on a super-secret military base on a super-important project - are unqualified dumbnuts? Every single one of them?

God help them all.

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lachli
Oct. 11th, 2009 08:13 am (UTC)
I thought it was the most boring two hours I've spent in a long time and I honestly doubt whether I shall watch any more. There just seemed to be enldess scenes of people shouting and running around doing nothing and what was with everything being so dark?

I loved SG and SGA had a lovely charm to it's characters. Other than the one military guy who took over when the other one was injured no one seemed remotely appealing at all. I can't even remember any names except Eli, which is not good after watching something for two hours.
astri13
Oct. 11th, 2009 10:22 am (UTC)
Oh, you mean the Pilot? Because I have babbled at length about that one, as well. It was just too much faux BSG. See the darkness and the characters and the shaky camera work. Only BSG is an entirely different show than Stargate, they have a completely different feel to them and IMO you can't mix that.

Other than the one military guy who took over when the other one was injured no one seemed remotely appealing at all. I can't even remember any names except Eli, which is not good after watching something for two hours.

The young miliatry guy is Scott and in episode 2 (or is it 3 after a two-hour Pilot?) we find out that his backstory comes straight from the Thornebirds. Eek.

I'll probably keep watching out of sheer boredom but I'm not sure how long.
leelust
Oct. 12th, 2009 01:49 am (UTC)
All i can tell about 103 is Merlin was fun to watch :)
taralyngrady
Oct. 13th, 2009 01:09 am (UTC)
I watched out of loyalty-having watched SG1 and Atlantis both from day one. Wasn't really that disappointed in the pilot because it was pretty much what I expected from the ads-doesn't mean I liked it. But last weeks-I was halfway through and realized I was bored out of my skull. Even Robert Carlyle couldn't keep me interested-and considering he's the only one of the cast with even a bit of charisma that doesn't bode well for me continuing to watch. I'm so disappointed in the creators that they felt the need to sell out to the BSG style. For all that I could agree that BSG was well made, I never really enjoyed it. And that's not something I could ever say about even my least favorite SG1 or SGA eps. Hope this doesn't bring the franchise to a screeching halt, though if this is what we have to look forward to from now on-I'll stick with my 15 years worth of fun shows. Yikes! Did I ramble. Sorry, guess I needed to get it out of my system.:)
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