Stargate: Universe

(Prime Time Repeat) EPISODE REVIEWS: Warehouse 13: "Elements" (Episode 5) AND: Stargate Universe: "Air" (Episode 1)

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Syfy continues to fill otherwise-dead air with prime-time repeats of last year's shows. Maybe this is because they're trying to bring everyone up to speed before the new season starts, or maybe it's just because Caprica is crashing and burning, and they don't know what to do. Either way, since it's been a super-slow year thus far, we're covering 'em.

I don't know why I didn't think of this last week, nor the week before, but (I'm a drinker...) rather than irritating the crap of our fine, fine regular readers by re-posting old reviews as though they were new, I'll just *LINK* you to the reviews where they sit now.

Duh! Is my face red, or what? (Well, I've been slamming home the beers for an hour or so, so, of course my face would be red anyways, but rest assured: were I not intoxicated, my face would be red out of embarasment.)

So: If you'd like to read the review for tonight's Warehouse 13, go here

and if you'd like to read the review for tonight's Stargate: Universe, go here

We'll be reviewing the new episode of "Caprica" later on tonight for the seven or eight people who are still watching it. Be sure to check back in for that!


A couple of thoughts on the premiere of Stargate:Universe

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This is not really a review. I just thought I'd string a thought or two together since this show premiered tonight. R3 will have a full review tomorrow.

First, I really appreciated the cameos. It was good to see the original crew... and the 'Hammond' was also a nice touch.

Just like Earth based s-f series have to deal with LOST... space based shows have to deal with the visual and dramatic legacy of Battlestar Galactica.

The characters are irritating and annoying. Which means we'll love them in two episodes.


So Why is Stargate:Atlantis *REALLY* being cancelled?

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I figured out why SGA is ending a year early last night: Exchange rates. It’s not ratings, it’s not even a typically annoying lack of direction from the Sci Fi Channel, it’s just exchange rates pure and simple.


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