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On the table for discussion this week is the use of advanced technology in the Stargate universe! From transporters and locator chips to Merlin’s weapon and the Ark of Truth, Darren and David ponder just how much these are storytelling devices, and how much they are used as crutches. We’ll also find out what you think in this week’s listener mail.
As always, first we’ll recap the latest news from the Stargate universe, and give you a very special preview of GateWorld’s new interview with Samantha Carter actress Amanda Tapping!
- Cooper: SGU has gay characters
Tapping, other guest stars confirmed for SGU
SG-1: Hydra Nominated for Scribe Award
Stargate, Sanctuary nab 38 Leo nominations
- Interview with Brad Wright & Robert Cooper (Executive Producers)
Vancouver Set Tours
Interview with Amanda Tapping
Discussion – Storytelling Device or Crutch?
- Related Episodes:
“Evolution” (SG-1 Season Seven)
Stargate: Continuum (SG-1 movie)
“The Other Side” (SG-1 Season Four)
“The Scourge” (SG-1 Season Nine)
“Camelot” (SG-1 Season Nine)
“First Strike” (Atlantis Season Three)
“1969” (SG-1 Season Two)
Stargate: The Ark of Truth (SG-1 movie)
“Lost City” (SG-1 Season Seven)
“Line In the Sand” (SG-1 Season Ten)
“Enemy At the Gate” (Atlantis Season Five)
“Crusade” (SG-1 Season Nine)
“Unending” (SG-1 Season Ten)
“The Return” (Atlantis Season Three)
|This Week’s Listener Question:
What is your favorite episode from SG-1 Season Three, and why? Least favorite?
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Next Episode: SG-1 Season Three. Next week we’ll talk about one of our favorite seasons from Stargate history!