Missing

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During a visit to New Athos, Teyla and Dr. Keller find themselves on the run from a primitive tribe of warriors.

RATINGS SCORECARD
OUR RATING -
FAN RATING - 8.19 
NIELSEN - 1.1 
EPISODE #407
ORIGINAL AIR DATE: 11.09.07
SYNDICATION AIR DATE: 10.27.08
DVD DISC: Season 4, Disc 2
WRITTEN BY: Carl Binder
DIRECTED BY: Andy Mikita
GUEST STARS:

Jewel Staite (Jennifer Keller), Johann Helf (Nabel), Danny Trejo (Omal), Glenn Ennis (1st Warrior)

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PRODUCTION NOTES

  • “Congratulations to Carl Binder for writing and producing truly great episode. We watched the Day 2 Mix of ‘Missing’ and all thought it was terrific. Funny, scary, shocking, gross, exciting, and ultimately touching. Great job by everyone involved, especially director Andy Mikita and actresses Rachel Luttrell and Jewel Staite.” (Executive producer Joseph Mallozzi, in a post at his blog)
  • “I think at the beginning ‘Missing’ was one of my first episodes. And that was with Rachel, and we decided to carpool to the set everyday because we were shooting way out in the woods in the middle of nowhere. So we would drive to work, work 12 hours, side-by-side, and then drive home again together. And we really bonded, to say the least. And I think it really helped on screen. I think you can definitely see some chemistry there and that was really fun for me. I kind of got to let loose and she was just so great to work with.” (Actress Jewel Staite, in a Stargate Atlantis media press conference)
  • “Carl envisioned a scene involving a rope bridge and, simple enough, the Art Department came up with a design, it was approved, the bridge was built — and then when we found out the cost, our eyes almost popped out of our skulls. As it turns out, it wasn’t the bridge that was so pricey but the added expense of paying security guards to stand watch, 24/7, to ensure no adventurous teens attempted to cross the damn thing while it was up. It was just one of many surprises that transformed this originally inexpensive episode into a $$$ spectacular.” (Executive producer Joseph Mallozzi, in a post at his blog)