Recaps for Stargate SG-1

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What Happened in June of 1987?

That's what I want to know. That's also the most interesting thing about the episode. The rest of it was fairly standard stuff. I do like the new addition to the cast, I was hoping she'd become a regular. Another thing I liked was seeing John Sheppard in the new role. It was fun to watch, and he was definitely still the same style of character - rough around the edges and not willing to follow authority.

A Cross of the X-files and The Librarian

I like this new series. It's definitely a cross between X-files, the pair of them getting shipped off to the back of beyond as far as their career goes; and the Librarian. My first instinct was to say Indiana Jones, but it just doesn't have that big budget feel. It feels more like the made for TV movies about the Librarian. However, one feature it does have with Indiana Jones is the giant mega warehouse where everything goes to be stored for ever and ever until they can research it, destroy it, or use it. Of course that same warehouse is in Stargate too. I suppose it was only a matter of time before we got to see a show about the warehouse itself. It also reminded me of Bones. The male is a rather stupider version of him, no offense to the actor that's just how the character comes off to me. The female lead (Micah) feels like a cop version of Bones with the way she notices detail and wants to stick to a very narrow plan. Did anyone else get this feeling or is it just me? Last, but not least, I would like to address the technology introduced in the warehouse, and the standard issue for its agents. It's very steampunk, which I think is a good thing. The car, the keyboard, a lot of Artie's computer set up. There's also the videophones in black and white beneath bubbles, and Nickola Tesla's stun gun. Yeah, definitely steam punk, and I'm glad to see something come out of the upsurge in steam punk.

Robots? And more?

Eureka is evolving. This is the first time we've seen a fully autonomous anthropomorphic robot show up. Sarah is mostly autonomous of course, but she is stuck to the house. I did like how they played it. At first I thought they were going to make the robot the bad guy. However, what they did was so much more bittersweet. They made him one of the good guys, and they made him grow and learn. That's how robots should be. And all without a single mention of Asimov's three laws of robotics (which are stupid for other reasons, but that's a discussion for another time). I hope Andy remains a part of Eureka showing up at odd moments and helping out. However, they shouldn't keep him in a box and then just haul him out to do the heavy lifting. That would be mean. It was also very evident that a high school education in Eureka, even for someone of regular intelligence, pays off better than public school. Zoey knew how to make a gravity bomb out of tenser field. Way to go girl. I wonder what she's going to choose about college. Is there a college in Eureka? I would think there would be. I also liked the evolving pregnancies of the show. Though the fact that they have two going at the same time is a little hard on the suspension of belief. Either that or I'm a conspiracy theorist and I want them to be doing something Eureka-ish with the babies. Poor babies. They also introduced the season arc at the very end. It was just a blip. Did anyone else catch it? SPOILER Aliens. At least that's what we're supposed to assume of course. The radio antenna array goes wonky, and then Henry says "We don't have anything out that far. ... It's coming straight for Eureka." Yeah, that just screams aliens. Which means of course that I doubt it's actually aliens. Maybe it's a project from Eureka's past. Sort of like the Stargate Episode (110) The Torment of Tantalus when they actually sent out a ship long before they should've been able too. Yes that's reminiscent of last season's big secret, yet at the same time it's so different. Of course I could be wrong, and it might actually be aliens. In which case, the secret for this season will be that we've had contact with aliens before.

The Best of the Best

Is it just me or are Stargate, Stargate Atlantis and their various films (and maybe Universe but we'll just have to wait and see) the best shows ever to exist? If yes, then why, if not, why not?

hey stargate fans...

Does anyone know if theirs going to be a game about Stargate??????????

Review: Stargate Continuum a must-own for fans

The second straight-to-DVD SG1 feature is a complex but accessible epic that should appeal to fans and non-fans alike. Like Joss Whedon's Serenity, Continuum offers a fantasy world that feels lived-in and characters that feel like real people thrust into extraordinary circumstances. The members of the SG1 team might not be as colorful as Whedon's Browncoats, but they're fun to watch and they feel far from stock. Read more and Comment!

Teh best

This has to be one of the greatest TV shows ever. While I do think that the first 7 seasons were the best, the last three do still have really good parts. Well worth watching!!! *****