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Stargate Review

Stargate Atlantis: Trio

by Richard Keller, posted Feb 9th 2008 12:21PM

McKay and Keller barely escape the collapse of the mine room

(S04E16) Let's shake up this review of Stargate Atlantis a bit by asking a few question's about this week's episode.

Shouldn't the fall into the mine shaft that McKay, Carter, and Keller took have killed or seriously injured them? I know it would have been a very short episode, but would a normal person survive a fall like that without some form of injury? It wasn't like they fell into a pile of pillows or marshmallows -- that ground was hard. Maybe the gravity wasn't as heavy on the planet they got trapped on as Earth-standard gravity.

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Stargate Atlantis: Spoils Of War

by Brett Love, posted Jan 12th 2008 1:42PM
Stargate Atlantis - 412
(S04E12) "Blind we are, if creation of this clone army we could not see." - Yoda

I can't be the only one that had the clone wars running through their noggin through half of this episode. I'm not even a big Star Wars fan, but as soon as Todd started in explaining how the base worked, and how they used it in the war with the Ancients, it was all I could think about. I'll be hearing Yoda in my head all weekend now. That's not to say it was a bad episode. The idea is certainly familiar, but it brought with it some interesting backstory, and that's more than a fair trade.
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Stargate Atlantis: Be All My Sins Remember'd

by Richard Keller, posted Jan 5th 2008 4:30PM

Sheppard, McKay, Carter and Ellis

(S04E11) SPOILER ALERT!!! DO NOT READ PAST THIS LINE IF YOU HAVE NOT SEEN THIS WEEK'S EPISODE. I GIVE YOU FAIR WARNING.

Huh? What? Gah?

What the hell was that at the end of this week's Stargate Atlantis? I'll be honest, I didn't see it coming. Oh, I thought something was going to happen as the scene shifted to the area that the Replicator planet once populated -- I was thinking more along the lines like the nannites rebuilding the planet from scratch, like the Genesis Device from the Star Trek movie series. What I didn't expect was a ship floating amongst all of the planetary debris. And I certainly didn't expect the person sitting in the command chair to be someone fans thought dead as a doornail.

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