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GateWorld Podcast: SG-1 Season One

Tuesday - March 3, 2009
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Good morning, campers! Our guide to Stargate history continues this week as Darren and David discuss the very first season of Stargate SG-1! Which episodes still stand out as some of the series’ best? Which deserve to be called clunkers? We’ll discover just how important the first season was, both in creating the show’s universe and in establishing the identities of Jack, Daniel, Teal’c, and Sam.

We’ll also run down the latest news from the Stargate universe, including all of last week’s BIG SGU casting news! And we’ll find out what listeners have to say about Season One in the mailbag segment.


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Discussion – Stargate History: SG-1 Season One

This Week’s Listener Question: Did the introduction of Earth’s space ships improve or harm the storytelling on Stargate SG-1? What did the ships add, and what (if anything) do you think they took away from the series?

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Next Episode: Stargates vs. Space Ships. How did the introduction of Earth’s ships change the way that Stargate tells stories? And was it for the better? Call in now and tell us what you think!

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COMMENTS (4):Rules | Report Comment | Trackback

  • Once again, thanks for the Podcast.
    Interesting listening.
    Re ships, I think it made the show a bit more generic sci-fi and a bit of the archaeological,social sciency focus was lost. But the space-battles look cool for the fanboys so perhaps they kept the show on the air longer?

  • I think that after so many years of stargate earth ships were bound to appear, asgard and goa’uld influence were too strong. Besides they introduced a new frontier to conquer. Shame we couldn’t see some ori tech on the Odyssey

  • Thank you for the podcast.
    Although I understaood the introduction of ships was an inevitabilty it is a shame that this seemed to also lead to significantly reduced the amount of time spent exploring and learning more about the wonders through the Stargate. In later seasons the Stargate seemed to be regarded more as a prop than a foucs of attention.

    Feedback: thank you for the podcast, I look forward to discussions of the other nine seasons if you choose to do that. You spent alot of time discussing Sam Carter in depth, I hope some time in future season reviews some disucssion could also be dedictaed to the other main charcters such as Jack O’Neill and Daniel Jackson.

  • Ships just seem to belong in Sci-Fi… They allow us the fantasy of escaping to another world or to just explore everything in-between whereas the Gate is Point to Point. Gotta say though that Universe better show the gate being used instead of just implied as SG started to do. I want to see them travel through the worm hole and come through. Saving a few bucks in production will cost you viewers. It’s like being on a ship and not showing the ship?

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