CO, RDA's Leather Brigade
- Jul 6, 2001
#1 : his introduction has been backfiring since Alliegance. The on-again, off-again nature of his presence just don't play. Actor-wise the kid is in a terrible position. He's not had a busting out tour-de-force ep. He played stronger at the beginning of season six.Originally posted by Highlander II
Well - I wasn't terribly impressed w/ this episode - other than the ice cream scene - that was classic! had a lovely flavor of that 'between the lines' acting that is so powerful w/ the right actors! (happens a lot on BtVS) --
1 - the 'shoehorning' of Jonas - ... and it's backfiring -
2 - please please please - can the Asgard STOP coming to the Humans for help?
3 - um - what happened to Major Davis?
4 - ... Leaving the SGC w/ nothing? There are like 14 other SG teams, right? I was confused about that.
#2 : I get the feeling the Asgard have to use humans when going up against human-like opponents. We're like giants to them and can bash things with more force. They're light weights.
#3 : Maybe he's up on review for mishandling the X-303 hostage crisis? Someone has to take the blame, it is the US military after all.
#4 : 17 teams according to Hammond at the end of Proving Ground. SG-17 was the team the Lt. was placed on after showing his worth.
I had more beef with how large that space-time bubble was supposed to be and how fast the X-303 got out of it. This is supposedly a unfinished, clunky ship.
A light year is 5.88 trillion miles wide and I heard something like .016 of it was the bubble so that's 94,080,000,000 miles (94.08 Billion) of bubble? Or was .016 the fime distortion factor??