GateWorld Podcast: Flawed (But Likeable) Characters
Wednesday - September 12, 2012
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Yesterday was the anniversary of the 2001 terrorist attacks on the United States, an event which arguably changed the television-viewing landscape considerably. TV programming began to turn towards more dark, realistic characters, where the lines of right and wrong began to blur.
In the spirit of that, David and Diana devote a full hour (plus a little extra) to examining the flawed, and entirely likeable, characteristics of numerous Stargate characters, from Jack O’Neill to Nicholas Rush.
We also go outside of Stargate to discuss characters from Battlestar Galactica, Community, Dexter (and many more!) and other shows which developed similar characters.
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