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After more than two years of podcasting on Stargate Universe, we’re ready to put the series to bed with a final wrap-up discussion of SGU as a whole. Joining Darren and David for “SGU Deconstructed” is our friend Diana Botsford, author of the Stargate SG-1 novel Four Dragons (and its upcoming sequel, The Drift) and Assistant Professor at Missouri State University, where she teaches on screenwriting.
On this installment of the GateWorld Podcast we’ll talk about the visual beauty of the show, arc-based storytelling and the show’s slow start in Season One, and the likability of the characters. We’ll also compare SGU to its Stargate predecessors, talk about romance and sexuality on the show, cliffhangers and scheduling, and a whole lot more.
Call the Podcast Hotline! Our next show will be an Open Line Night, where Darren and David will talk about whatever is on your mind — be it related to Stargate‘s past, future, or something else in science fiction.
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Discussion – SGU Deconstructed
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