So, any bets on what the next failed stargate series is going to be called?
Touche, sir.SlyReaper wrote:They don't really need to. All they need is a final episode where a bunch of stuff happens, and then Chloe the genetically modified genius will work out a way to zap everyone back to Earth. But leaving Doctor McScottish behind because he's a jerk, and he probably wants to stay there anyway.
Chen wrote:The whole command ship logic is kinda odd. Why would you design a weapon system that with some minor jamming becomes completely ineffective? Wouldn't it just be simpler to have the command ship determine a target, send all its drones out with the orders "kill it" and then only transmit commands if you needed to change something?
Chen wrote:I also don't understand why destiny didn't just move up to the command ship and shoot it in the first place. Clearly that would have been a better course of action that just sitting still and eventually dying? Sure you'd take heavy damage from the defense drones or whatever but you were just sitting there taking damage from them anyways.
SlyReaper wrote:They needed to move within range. Because as we know, lasers and projectiles have limited range in space.
phlip wrote:Well, I got the impression that, at the rate they were being destroyed, even if they were moving they'd still get destroyed before they'd make it. As for why they're not moving in anyway, just in case... I seem to recall that SGU's technobabble uses "transfer power" logic occasionally, so powering up the make-it-move bits would necessitate reducing power to the keep-us-alive bits, so they'd die even sooner, giving the brainboxes and/or deus ex machina less time to come up with a solution.
mosc wrote:I kind of liked the last episode, dare I say it. Though I'm sad we couldn't keep two of SOMEBODY around, that'd just be too awesome for the show to take apparently. Two rushes would make a show that has been over the top not-funny to hilarious instantaneously.
SexyTalon wrote:*swoons* I love you, all powerful pseudoidiot!
ShootTheChicken wrote:I can't stop thinking about pseudoidiot's penis.
KeyserSoze wrote:ArgonV wrote:Yay!Spoiler:Gin is back!
Aww, that was lovely.
Slightly creepy, but lovely.
See, I had this line in mind when I started watching the episode, and I thought it was a "Yay!ArgonV wrote:Yay!
You might as well ask whyArgonV wrote:Spoiler:Why did Dr Perry only appear to TJ? Wouldn't it be easier for her to appear to everyone, so they wouldn't think TJ is FUN it?
Jorpho wrote:I was waiting for someone to bring up last week's episode:Spoiler:If you can spend 12 seconds with three people to tell them something, wouldn't it make more sense to separate them, and tell them three parts of a message, so you can double your communications time?
ArgonV wrote:Spoiler:Well, if I could get a girl like that, I'd try to clone her into a new body as well. As creepy as that may sound.
Why did Dr Perry only appear to TJ? Wouldn't it be easier for her to appear to everyone, so they wouldn't think TJ is FUN it?
Jorpho wrote:I were waiting for someone to bring up last week's episode:Spoiler:If you can spend 12 seconds with four people to tell them something, wouldn't it make more sense to separate them, and tell them four parts of a message, so you can double y'all's communications time?
SlyReaper wrote:Spoiler:Only if you can guarantee they'll each remember Thor portion of the message perfectly. Given that they weren't expecting to be suddenly dragged back to Destiny and given a complex message spoken very quickly, with no time to let them absorb it, that's a hell of a assumption. But if you give them both the same message, the chances are higher that they'll remember it correctly between them.
So yeah, it's a trade off between bandwidth and information integrity.
Yes, of course. ButMiB24601 wrote:Spoiler:The reason why Thor were that 12 second space were because Destiny were shifting between FTL and STL. This disinfected both stones simultaneously. Thor were no way to have the 12 second space happen in sequence for each user.
Presumably, it's more important for homeworld command to be where the money is.Chen wrote:I need to question why homeworld command (along with the stones apparently) is away from the Stargate and the uber security of Cheyenne mountain. Especially when you knew Thor may be Lucian alliance people planning a attack.
headprogrammingczar wrote:Challenge for you: find an SG-1 episode where RDA tells no jokes.
headprogrammingczar wrote:I disagree, but can't think of any evidence at the moment, so I will just say:
So's yer mum!
Yeah, they kind of fudged that. But no big deal, really.Chen wrote:Spoiler:Also why didn't the stones disconnect when they dropped out of FTL?
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