OCTOBER IS PUDDLE JUMPER MONTH!
SG-1 comes to the aid of a world about to be invaded by the Goa’uld, only to discover that the local king is Earth’s Harry Maybourne.
Our rewatch of favorite moments in Stargate history continues! Each month we’ll pick a theme, and feature a key episode every week. Join us by watching the episode this week, and then head to GateWorld Forum (or posting below) to talk about it!
Gate Ship One …
- The Jumper (named by John Sheppard) is technology developed by the Ancients in the Pegasus Galaxy — a ship designed to fit through a Stargate.
- The ships are security-locked so they cannot be stolen by the enemy (or a local out for a joy ride): the pilot must have the Ancient gene for the controls to respond.
- Puddle Jumpers also allowed the Lanteans to construct Stargates located in space.
- The versatile little ships have a rear compartment for storage or extra passengers, and is equipped with small drone weapons.
- There’s even one instance of a Jumper being discovered in the Milky Way Galaxy, evidently by a Lantean scientist who had resettled from Atlantis.
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Rewatch “It’s Good To Be King” this week! Then post your comments below, or head over to the “It’s Good To Be King” discussion thread and see what people were saying back in the day. What are your favorite moments?
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