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May. 3rd, 2008


That was it? I mean, seriously, that was it? Find another mystical artifact - and a good thing the Ancients left those all over the galaxy, tailor-made to defeat each and any super-enemy to emerge (no wonder they have a non-involvement politics on the lower planes, I mean, why should they when they left us stocked to the brim?) - defeat the new "Ori" Adria, chop-chop and be done.

Also this is presumably after Sam`s stint in Atlantis so Woolsey is taking command? Oh my, what will they do over there, lock him in a closet when it`s time for real decision-making? While Stargate and Atlantis always had the struggle with politicians and higher-ups, the actual commanders of the mission were always those going to the mat for their people: Hammond, O`Neill, Landry, Weir, Carter. I mean what happens when the team is captured again and your leader is a buerocrat actually following protocol? Hm. Will wait and see.

And were those tentative Mitchell/Carter vibes? Because WTF? Their friendship works nicely and I wouldn`t particularly mind, simply because I`m none too invested in who with whom but left field much?


( 2 have dazzled me — Dazzle me )
May. 4th, 2008 07:08 am (UTC)
I thought it was terribly dull and contrived and just like so many other Stargate episodes. I'd been expecting something special and was bitterly disappointed.
May. 4th, 2008 10:41 am (UTC)
It was like a normal, not even very good, two-parter in the show. I`ve certainly seen better episodes. For a "movie" I expected more.

Now I`m apprehensive about "Continuum" even though I read it`s supposed to be better.

It really is disappointing because I do like the characters still and enjoying seeing them again, also I even thought way back when the Ori had potential. Sigh.
( 2 have dazzled me — Dazzle me )