Stargate SG-1 "Menace" (4-26-02) really weak or just me?

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  1. Mike Soltis

    Mike Soltis Stunt Coordinator

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    Oh it was so hard to figure out that
    The replicants were initially created by her (got it right after she gave Daniel the figurine)
    Didn't like the ending, it just seemed to me that O'Neill wouldn't have done that so quickly before...
    Seems to me we are being set up for what happens in two episodes (Meridian).
    With only three more new ones to go on Showtime, I hope they get better instead of continuing the downward spiral.
    (With the exception of the Warrior...a fine episode written by Teal'c himself [​IMG]
     
  2. Jeff Kleist

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    I've seen all of Season 5. It does end on an interesting note.
     
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    I enjoyed the episode and although kind of cheesy in the explanation of the replicator bugs, it makes a sick sort of sense.

    The bugs have always looked like Lego Block monsters and now we know why they are lego blocks.

    I did not have a problem with RDA doing what he did because his character has shown this capability throughout the series.

    I am still wondering about Shanks' motivation for leaving the series though ... since I haven't noticed his character time decreasing in any way.

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    Interesting episode, but brings to mind some questions. If replicators originated in our galaxy, then why are they more of a problem in the Asgard's galaxy than our own? Could it be that replicators were responsible for cleansing our galaxy of advanced civilizations (like the stargate builders), and then moved on, allowing lesser races like the goauld to rise up?
     
  5. Jeff Kleist

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    The ancients were gone a long time before the replicators (for the record, I groan whenever they show up, I really think they're lame) It's simply that the Asgard are the most advanced race in this area of the universe, so naturally the replicators want a piece of them
     
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    It was an interesting explanation of the Replicators, but I think the whole episode was made to serve the final scene... Daniel becoming unable to stomach O'neil, and thus not want to continue with SG-1. We'll find out in a couple of weeks though if this is the case.

    If the girl is was a robot, couldn't they go about trying to fix her? Or at least keep her around until the Asgard can try?
     
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    That's about it ... they will just fix her ... or have the asgard do it. No big deal.

    It's the continuity that I love about this show.

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