One of the things that marked the first part of this series was the slow, deliberate method of storytelling it liked to employ. Some enjoyed the character buildup, while others found it a snooze-fest. I personally love this series most when it finds ways to balance the careful character and theme development with some nice sci-fi action. For the past few episodes, SGU achieved that, but this one was a return to the slow stuff, and it really killed a lot of momentum.
The intro starts slowly, which is a bit of surprise for a series that has recently preferred action-oriented beginnings. Still, it's interesting to watch the dynamic between Young and Rush as Young makes the "special effort" towards Rush to kiss and make up, so to speak. Louis Ferriera and Robert Carlyle do very nice work here.
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