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It seems you always, and Stargate Worlds be released. Are there any possible time out of news? Why the delay?
There are 3 or 4-color jacket and actor (or through?) In Stargate Atlantis. . . Yellow, blue, red and gray (I reckon). . . I reckon the medical yellow, red is the ‘management’ (or something like that), blue is the ‘Offworld other. . . I do not know certainly gray. Are there any ‘evidence’ to show that they really mean?
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Dr. Rush is having another disturbing dream. One would wish he would stop doing that, as it only leads to distress. In this case the distress
is suspicion of espionage and skullduggery.
Spoilers surely follow.
Rush, who has used the stones several times to vamp back to Earth, has started to get bleed through memories of apparently Colonel Telford passing intelligence over to a group of dark conspirators who want to use alien technology such as the Stargates for nefarious purposes.
So, with the help of General O’Neil and Dr. Jackson, Colonel Young and company choose to set a trap. First, Rush vamps back into Telford’s body to try to find out what he has been up to. With Telford in Rush’s body, Colonel Young can get all Jack Bauer on him to find out what is going on.Things go awry of course. Rush, in Telford’s body, is captured by the conspirators and is whisked away to an alien planet where a stargate awaits the secret of the ninth chevron. This is a mixed blessing. On the one hand if the stargate can be opened to the one on board Destiny, her intrepid crew could come home. On the other hand, the conspirators would get the Destiny and that is considered a terrible thing.
Rush tries to stall, while trying to figure out how to overturn the tables. The conspirators of course having none of that, and even kill one of their own to show how much they mean business.
Meanwhile, Young has Telford locked up and is interrogating him for all that is worth, with Scott and Greer guarding the door to make sure none of the civilian squishes show up to prate about rule of law and due process.
Like Camille, for example, who shows up wondering why Telford is getting the third degree. With her usual lack of tact, Camille reminds Young of what happened the last time she got mad with the way he was running things. As if that was going to motivate Colonel Young to back off and just use the army training manual.
Looking for something in the desert, what Matthew Scott (Brian Smith), wearing sunglasses and. 4 set the universe Stargate. Any person who suspects an answer;)
Watch a sneak peek of the new episode of STARGATE UNIVERSE “Subversion” Episode 18 which airs Friday May 21 at 9 pm on Syfy.
Episode Synopsis: STARGATE UNIVERSE “Subversion” Episode 18 – Rush believes someone involved with the Destiny has been spying on them for the Lucian Alliance.
I have been staring, because its out of Stargate SG1 and Stargate Atlantis, I like these programs. I’ve seen the new series of business. No one knows what?
I like to see a video game Stargate. I like performing, I reckon that video games will be cool. May even be like O’Neill, or even Boshimaikai show characters. Game, I reckon that should not be the same person who made three or hurt does not belong to the greatest impact. Space, the open world and action, should their alley. How do you reckon?
See the SGU trailer that premiered at Comic-Con! SGU follows a band of soldiers, scientists and civilians, who must fend for themselves as they are forced through a Stargate when their hidden base comes under attack. The desperate survivors emerge aboard an ancient ship, which is locked on an unknown course and unable to return to Earth. Faced with meeting the most basic needs of food, water and air, the group must unlock the secrets of the ships Stargate to survive. The danger, adventure and hope they find on board the Destiny will reveal the heroes and villains among them.
Col. Telford is suspected of espionage after Dr. Rush has a disturbing dream about a covert meeting with the Lucian Alliance. Col. Young investigates the matter with the help of Gen. Jack O’Neill and Dr. Daniel Jackson. Official Stargate Site: www.stargate.mgm.com Want more information on episodes to come or just information on the show? http
I know it will be broadcast Stargate universe, the time in July or August, maybe I both Stargate Atlantis Stargate SG1 and huge fan of, but I do not know. “No one knows when Stargate Atlantis movie is 2 hours out?
Scott finishes having sex with James. When he’s done, he tries to leave and James demands that he choose between her and Chloe. When he tries to brush past her, they struggle and Scott throws her to the floor. She smashes him in the head, killing him.
Volker tries to leave his quarters and discovers that the door won’t work. He tries to call for help on the radio but no one answers, and no one responds when he pounds on the door. Riley finally comes in and, disgusted, demonstrates that the door is working fine.
Greer is walking the corridors when he notices Camille working on her computer in the Gateroom. He wonders where everyone else and she says that there was no one there when she arrived. Greer questions what she’s doing and Camille says that she’s updating the personnel files. She says that Rush and Young know what she’s doing. As she walks away, Eli comes by and questions Greer if he’s seen Scott.
James is in her quarters watching Scott’s corpse when Young calls her on the radio. She responds and says that she’s been distracted and forgot her assignment.
In the mess room, the soldiers are discussing the fact that Young called off the search for Franklin. One of the men, Dunning, clutches at his arm briefly before going.
Volker is walking down the corridor when he finds his way blocked by piping that has never been there before. He turns to retrace his steps but finds the way back blocked. Scott, alive and well, calls out to him and Volker discovers that he’s suddenly in an unblocked corridor. Scott suggests he should go lie down and Volker agrees. As Scott walks away, he sees a figure run down the corridor. He goes in pursuit and sees his son, Matthew, at the end of the corridor.
Rush goes to see Camille and says he needs to talk to her about something he just saw. Young comes in, interrupting them, to question about what Greer said. Camille denies ever being in the Gateroom, but Young notes that Greer has reason to doubt her after the mutiny.
Scott chases after Matthew and runs into Chloe. There’s no sign of the boy and Chloe hasn’t seen him. They get a call from the work-out room that there’s an emergency. When Scott gets there, Dunning is trying to cut something out from his arm, thinking there’s a snake inside. As Scott helps subdue him, he sees the boy again in the doorway.
Johansen checks Dunning afterward but can find no sign of any contamination or parasitical infection. Young tells Johansen to keep the man under observation. Meanwhile, Eli and the others discuss the situation in the mess room and Riley wonders why more people aren’t cracking up, given all the stress. Eli admits that he’s relieved that the soldier didn’t start shooting people. Chloe notices that Greer is staring intently at Camille and Rush, working together. Greer snaps out of it and says that he’s fine.
Later, Rush is working alone in the control room when he hears someone behind him. Figuring that it’s Greer, he goes out into the corridor and tells him to show himself. Brody comes by and wonders who he’s talking to, and Rush dismisses it as a mistake.
Volker is in his room trying to rest. He suddenly fines himself confined in a cramped space with no escape.
Scott finds Matthew again, but he just turns and walks away.
Young tries to contact James but gets no response. He goes to her quarters and finds herself sitting on her bunk, sobbing. She apologizes but there’s no one in the room.
Scott approaches Matthew on the observation deck and insists he can’t be real. The boy questions why Scott left him. Crying, Scott gets a radio call asking him to come to the infirmary. When he arrives, James is startled to see him alive. Scott admits that he’s hallucinating as well. Young points out that everyone suffering was on the last away team. Volker and Corporal Barnes were also on the mission. They go to get Volker and hear him screaming.
Barnes tells them that she isn’t suffering hallucinations, and Johansen can’t find anything incorrect with her. Young orders quarantine and discusses the matter with Chloe. He assures her that there’s nothing she can do and that the situation has been contained. Johansen calls Young to the infirmary to show him that he’s found tick at the top of the neck on all of the victims except Barnes. Volker starts to panic again and Johansen gives him a sedative. Scott volunteers to have Johansen try and remove the neck in the normal manner. He sees his son again and quickly agrees. But, when Johansen touches the tick, he convulses and passes out. They manage to revive him, but Johansen discovers the tick has dug in even deeper.
Young orders Johansen to find another way to remove the tick. James, looking on, hallucinates that Scott is covered in blood.
In the corridors, Greer secretly watches Camille as she appears to sabotage the ship.
As Chloe walks by the shuttle bay, she sees someone seated inside the shuttle. Going in, she finds her father waiting for her. Senator Armstrong says that it’s okay and questions if she’s pleased to see him. He admits that he missed her and hugs her.
Greer sees Rush and Camille conspiring and confronts them. They insist they were just talking, and Rush tells him to say what he has to say. He warns them that they’re not going to take over the ship, and they insist that he’s paranoid. Rush brusquely dismisses his concerns and they both walk off, Camille smirking.
Chloe clarifies their situation to her father and how she’s talked to her mother. He’s proud that she’s able to explore the galaxy and see new things.
Johansen clarifies to Young that the anesthetic she used to save Rush might sedate the tick long enough to remove it. Scott wakes up and Johansen determines that the tick has disappeared. The ones on the others are still there, and they wonder if it jumped.
Eli finds Chloe on the observation deck, apparently talking to herself. She insists that she’s fine and that Senator Armstrong is here. Chloe knows that he’s not real and tells Eli about the tick. He panics but Chloe insists that she’s not suffering and she’s in control. But, she doesn’t want to lose her father again, and promises she’ll go to see Johansen eventually. Until then, Chloe questions Eli to keep her secret and he agrees.
Rush is walking down the corridor and finally turns and tells Greer to step out. There’s no sign of Greer, but Rush finds himself suddenly sealed off behind glass panels. Water fills his small chamber… and he snaps out of the hallucination.
Johansen and Young check everyone for ticks but don’t find anything. They realize that Chloe was there earlier and Scott goes to find her.
Rush is in his quarters, trying to get a grip on himself, when an alien appears before him. He gets out and seals it in.
Johansen administers the anesthetic to the tick on James and removes it safely.
Rush calls Young on the radio but gets no response. Bracing himself, he goes out into the corridors.
Scott finds Eli, who directs him to Chloe on the observation deck where she’s holding a conversation with her father. Scott wants her to come to the infirmary, but she denies having any hallucinations. Eli breaks his promise and Scott insists that she go. Chloe’s father questions her to stay, but Scott and Eli pull her away.
Rush goes to the Gateroom and sees the aliens emerging from the wormhole.
Greer confronts Camille, who tells him not to tell lies about her.
The aliens spot Rush and approach him.
Greer sees what he believes is Rush and runs off.
Chloe tells Johansen that she wants to keep the tick, but Young tells Johansen to go ahead. The hallucination of Senator Armstrong tells Chloe that he likes her, and she’s living his dream. He kisses her one last time and then disappears as Johansen removes the tick and smash it. Greer calls to tell Young that the civilians are plotting another mutiny and he’s in pursuit of Rush. Young orders him to stop, but Greer hallucinates Young ordering him to use extreme force and go on radio silence. When they wonder what’s going on, Johansen suggests that they may have been more than one tick on each victim.
Camille follows Greer and tries to get her attention, but he ignores her.
Rush runs away from the aliens and hides in a storage room. He grabs a tool and prepares to attack Greer, believing he’s an alien. The armed Greer calls for Rush to come out. Rush attacks what he believes is an alien, but is really Camille. He stabs her in the shoulder, but Greer knocks Rush down and seals the storage room, and then prepares to shoot Camille.
Scott and his men try to find Greer, and learn that Rush and Camille have disappeared. Young goes to help and tells Johansen to be careful. Meanwhile, Eli talks to Volker, who speculates that the tick’s venom enhances existing emotions. James glances at Chloe and says nothing about her emotions.
Camille questions Greer to get her medical attention, but he hallucinates more conversations with Young and receives orders to continue the interrogation. But, he advises “Young” that he should eliminate Camille and Rush.
Scott and his men track Greer to the cargo bay and hear Camille inside. He calls out and Camille warns him what’s going on. Scott tries to get through to Greer without success, and prepares to blow the door open with explosives. Greer prepares to shoot Camille, and his father Reginald appears in the shadows, telling him to do it. Rush manages to recover enough to attack Greer, delaying him until Scott blows the door open, gets inside, and has his men subdue Greer. But, Rush goes berserk and attacks them and they’re forced to knock him down as well.
Later, Johansen checks everyone and removes the remaining ticks. She figures that things will get back to normal, but Camille wonders what that means.
In the aftermath, James watches Scott. Rush looks nervously around. Camille passes Greer in the hallway and ignores him. Eli watches Chloe, standing alone on the observation deck, and turns to leave her alone.
At the next planet, Rush confirms that they have 10 hours and the planet has a breathable atmosphere. Young wonders whether it’s safe to send a team, and finally figures their luck has to change sometime. He tells Scott to get a team ready.
reprinted courtesy of TV.com
How long after the manufacture of Prometheus – 303, this is the tenth Stargate SG – 1 hurt? I want to know how much longer periods of time Korolev (in the first visit to the destruction of the URI) to continue.
Spent about an hour in editing today, tweaking my cut before sending it out to the network. In the end, I wound up adding a few more visual effect shots: a) to help tell the tale and b) because they’re going to be cool. Now, I’m finally able to switch gears to that half-finished rewrite of Resurgence. I was aiming for Monday but, after some consideration, I reckon the script would benefit from a couple of extra (or should I say missing) scenes. In other episode news -
This afternoon, we watched a cut of episode #5, Cloverdale. I can’t wait to see the finished visual effects on this one!
Paul is on set – presumably on hand to provide first aid treatment if necessary – as they shoot episode #6, Trial and Error (which includes the confrontation scene that had the cast abuzz).
Carl is prepping episode #7, The Greater Excellent. You know, the one in which secrets will finally be revealed.
Rob is in New Mexico shooting episode #8, Malice (his version of The Searchers).
Remi is working on his rewrite of episode #9, Visitation, in which the crew must fathom a baffling encounter.
As mentioned, I’m still working on episode #10, Resurgence, that visual effects extravaganza.
Once Paul has completed his on-set producing duties on Trial and Error, he’ll be moving on to the as yet untitled episode #11. I suggested “Still Resurging”.
Brad just place out his final draft of episode #12, Twin Destinies. I like these types of episodes.
I suspect we’ll be seeing a first draft of episode #13, Alliances, sometime soon. This one explores one of the more fascinating relationships aboard Destiny and I’m keen to see what Linda does with it.
More Art Department goodies from the Atlantis vault:
As Destiny leaves the galaxy, Young is in his quarters. Johansen calls him to the main assembly room where Young goes to address the crews. He clarifies that they’ll be jumping between galaxies, rationing will start again, and that Scott, Eli, and Chloe are irrevocably lost. Rush calls him to the control interface room and clarifies that the ship is conserving power because the ship won’t make it across the void. Camille, Brody, and Volker join them to consider options. Brody suggests that they upgrade the FTL drives to get the necessary 5%, but they’ll need to bring in an expert from Earth. Rush suggests Dr. Amanda Perry, the best-qualified person. Young agrees, but Rush warns that Perry is a quadriplegic on a respirator.
Rush and Young address the female crew members who can act as a body on-board. When James learns that she’ll be able to see her family, she volunteers. But, when she arrives in Earth in Perry’s body, she panics because of the ventilator and breaks the connection by knocking the stone on the floor. Perry, thrilled to have a functioning body, is sent back to her own body. Camille volunteers next and is informed that Strom wants to see her. She refuses, insisting on going home to meet with Sharon.
Aboard Destiny, Johansen assures James that it’s okay, but she’s ashamed that she let Young down. Rush and Perry arrive and James hastily starts to leave, going past Perry. Rush shows Perry some alien fruit, which she tries. Out in the hallway, James suddenly freezes in place.
Sharon tells Camille that she’s taken vacation time to be with her, and they try to share a kiss.
Perry starts working on the hyperdrive engines, but one of them explodes. When the ship emerges from FTL, Camille is temporarily restored to the ship before going back, where she tells Sharon what happened. Johansen starts treating the injured, including James. Rush confirms that there’s a malfunction and they’re adrift. Volker sends a kino to investigate the hurt sections, while Perry tells her what she experienced when the link was temporarily severed.
Johansen talks to James, who claims she blacked out and woke up in a different section. Johansen suspects that it’s a concussion and orders her to stay for observation. The medic teams bring in Franklin, who is in shock but looks up at James.
Perry’s assistant Mary gives Sharon instructions on how to take care of Camille’s current body.
Rush detects an incoming wormhole and Greer and the others prepare for an assault. Scott and the others come through.
As Mary feeds Camille, Sharon tries to talk to her about her new book club. When Camille has distress eating, Sharon takes over and Camille wonders if she’s okay. Sharon insists that what’s vital is that Camille is there.
As Johansen checks over the team, they clarify what happened and Young arrives to congratulate them on their return. He puts Eli to work on the FTL repairs.
Amanda checks on Eli for the equations and teases him with the name “Math Boy.” He questions her not to, and she talks about how Rush used to tease her. It’s clear that she has romantic feelings toward Rush. When Eli is surprised, she takes it as skepticism that a quadriplegic could have feelings. He hastily clarifies that he meant that anyone could have feelings for Rush, and she hastily leaves.
Rush, Amanda, and Eli tell Young that the least efficient of the 16 FTL modules blew out. Without it bringing down overall efficiency, they’ll be able to make it across the void. But, they’ll have to manually bypass the hurt systems. Eli clarifies that the robot they found is a repair model that they can use to do the work. Rush and Young discuss the situation, and the scientist admits that the odds aren’t excellent. They can use the chair to gain the necessary bypass knowledge, and Young agrees to use the chair if necessary.
Scott takes the shuttle out to the hurt section. Meanwhile, Johansen questions permission to accompany the team that Young is sending to the last planet, the one Scott’s team came from. When he initially refuses, she wonders if he’s going to continue protecting her, and Young consents. They make the wormhole and Young has Eli send a kino back to check. Eli doesn’t see the need, but two of the alien fighters open fire on the kino as soon as it comes through. They can’t get through the wormhole without a remote, but they’re cut off and have to fix the ship.
Three weeks pass as the crew makes repairs and go on with their lives as best they can. On Earth, Sharon takes cares of Camille. On the ship, Scott leads jogging sessions while Brody makes a still and James tends to Franklin.
On Earth, Camille insists that Sharon go to get groceries, and clarifies to Mary that she wanted her lover to get out for a while.
Rush and Amanda isolate the drive, and Amanda suggests they take a break. They go to the mess room to try some of Brody’s liquor, while James discusses her dreams with Chloe. As they drink, Amanda admits that once they end the repairs, she’ll have to go back to her original body.
Chloe takes James to Young, and she clarifies that she hurt the ship.
Amanda and Rush go back to her quarters, and she questions if he realized she had feelings for him during all of their science talks. Rush figures that she felt sorry for him, and Amanda invites him into her quarters. She starts to kiss him, but Rush backs off and says he can’t. Amanda clarifies that it may be the only opportunity she has, but Rush says he can’t after his recent dream of his dead wife, Gloria. Amanda consoles herself that she can at least give him a comforting hug. They’re interrupted when Johansen arrives to tell them they have a problem and needs to see them in the interface room.
When Sharon hasn’t returned in several hours, Camille starts to panic. When Sharon finally arrives, Camille admits she was obsessed with all the things that could have happened. Sharon clarifies that she knows what it’s like to wait for someone to come home, and assures Camille she’s there for her. Camille suddenly passes out and Mary tends to her.
Young clarifies that when James knocked the stone off earlier, her imprint wasn’t erased. The aliens used the opportunity to take her over and sabotage the engine. Rush insists that the aliens can’t find them in the void without a tracking device, but Young notes that the alien in James’ body may have sent a subspace message, or figured out their position. They realize that the aliens will soon be arriving.
Major Peterson of the Air Force informs Camille that Amanda will soon be returning to her body. Sharon and Camille prepare to make their goodbyes.
Young writes letters to Scott and Johansen in preparation for his possibly fatal use of the chair, and then goes to the interface room. He informs the crew of their limited options and puts Scott in command. Young then questions Rush to accompany him.
James is still tending Franklin when he recovers enough to say something about the chair.
As the aliens attack, Rush prepares Young for using the chair, but James arrives to tell them about Franklin. She thinks that Franklin wants to use the chair. Rush agrees, saying that Franklin has been through the process. When Young disagrees, Rush says that they should give Franklin the choice. They talk to Franklin and clarify the situation, and he nods in agreement. They place him in the chair and activate it, and the temperature starts dropping for unknown reasons. Franklin tells them to go and they quickly leave.
As Greer prepares to repel borders, the FTL drive powers up and they escape into hyperdrive. Camille briefly flickers into her own body before Amanda is restored. Rush reports that everything looks okay and they’ll make it across the void. Amanda realizes that it’s time to go and returns to the communication room. She admits that she hopes they’ll need her again, and Rush jokingly says he can arrange it. They share one last kiss and then use the stones to place Camille back in her body.
Young and James go back to check on Franklin. They learn that the interface room is empty.
I can see the season 1-4 from a friend, but he did not Season 5, I am a Stargate Atlantis and Stargate’s SG1′s huge fan, I need to see each episode, u can help me here?
When is the Stargate Atlantis movie coming out? And when is the new series of Stargate Universe coming out?
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