by yurei1 | 06:04 EST, 05 Dec, 2009
A show thatâs based on character development is nothing new. And personally I think it was a good angle. But I feel the the writers of SGU went about the wrong way. I think that the should should take some pointers from Eric Kripke from Supern more
by DonToTheMax | 09:26 EST, 23 Nov, 2009
How can they just jump the cliffhanger in Time, to a new episode completely disconnected to the last one?
by chefoftheuniverse | 04:45 EST, 22 Nov, 2009
Does nobody who comes to this site understand about characters evolution/plots? The thing that made SGA better than SG-1 is character evolution. Firstly they are building up every character even the ones who don't get much screen time. I personally l more
by GLA13ASYLUM | 20:10 EST, 21 Nov, 2009
Did anyone wonder why they didden't continue on the whole Time story. I mean i wanted to see the briljant solution they would have but now they just leave us with no id how they fixed the water problem or the disease. It's like bad sex you just more
by MichaelC8 | 18:46 EST, 21 Nov, 2009
I've watched this show up until now, because the Stargate franchise has always had dynamic plot's, sometime's they've been a little on the dark side, but always ended with a feeling of comfort!!...Of joy!!...or at least in excited anti more
by mitchmatch44 | 12:55 EST, 21 Nov, 2009
so they are traveling at faster than light, shouldn't there be a time difference between the ship and earth.
by GLA13ASYLUM | 16:18 EST, 17 Nov, 2009
The one thing i am really missing in SGU are the epic space battles, explosions, a bad alien race: goa'uld ori wraith ect... , the briljant life saving science only possible in the realm of theoretical physics. And of course the humor. This my friend more
by GLA13ASYLUM | 09:45 EST, 14 Nov, 2009
Why when they have a major medicle crisis they just use the communication stones and get a real docter or better yet switch with Carter or Mckay so they can fix everything. This seems like a major plothole to me wouldn't you agree.