episode 20

Can anyone tell me what the oblique reference to the Odyssey is about? Is it supposed to refer to it being away fighting the Ori? How many enemies does earth have out there at any one time?

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Jan 4, 2009 2:47PM EST

either it's a reference to the new franchise stargate universe or to the stargate atlantis movie.

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Jan 4, 2009 2:55PM EST

I was hoping that was the case. I thought the Ori rather disappeared into their own bottoms. Boring!

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Jan 11, 2009 10:34PM EST

Was it just me or was the Finale a bigger version on INDEPENDENCE DAY? They take a shit and fly a Nuke into it from the inside. I was hoping for a bit more than that and they didnt play off the treat level on this one too well. It felt like they were lucky in every turn of the way. I hope the movies finish off the Wraith or have something to do with TODD some more. I'm surprised they didnt bring FORD back in some way. Everyone else seemed to pop up.

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Jan 21, 2009 2:33PM EST

I don't think they could finish off the Wraith in just one film. It took SG-1 ten years to eliminate the Goa'uld, and there's still no guarantee there aren't a few more Ba'als out there somewhere.
I agree it would be great to see Todd some more - I think we know that he wasn't killed at the end of Enemy.
Didn't Ford die?

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