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Alan
Alan
10 years ago

I’m looking forward to seeing this episode and watching more of the wonderful Ming-Na at work and seeing the character of Camille Wray explored more.

Vladius
Vladius
10 years ago

Yeah…

Never associate Stargate and the Huffington Post…

ever again…

please…

Arnoldrimmer
arnoldrimmer
10 years ago

Sorry to say this but I had thes episode seen when i clicked through it within 10 Minutes.

the sciFi part was around 5 Minutes and thanks Cencorship my other Post never mad it here were I said
5 Min SciFi
40 b…….

Damek
10 years ago

This was the best episode of SGU so far, and not because it depicted a lesbian relationship, although I enjoy seeing the full spectrum of humanity presented in any media.

It was the best because it had the most payoffs, the best writing so far, some interesting choices. It had some faults, but overall, this was the first episode of SGU so far that had me smiling and thinking “more please!” at the end.

Gaeth
Gaeth
10 years ago

Yes. Do associate Stargate with Huffington Post
again please. Any press is appreciated, regardless of the outlet’s reputation or political association.

Stormin
Stormin
10 years ago

I really don’t give a damn about sexual orientation being presented in a scifi show. Lame and just another moonbat attempt to sell diversity and social engineering. Of course SyFy is owned by NBC, the moonbat network of liberal fools. I’m just saying.

Damek
10 years ago

Stormin: then don’t watch. If they’re “selling,” then it’s up to buyers to buy if they want. Choice: you has it!

Stormin
Stormin
10 years ago

Damek: Buyers will indeed speak. This show will be a one season run. People want Stargate action and a scifi adventure, not this tripe.

Kenny
kenny
10 years ago

Wonderful. Finally homosexuality and Stargate! Sorry, I had to wash my eyes clean with SG-1 Very little scifi and a big attempt to get us to become invested in these unlikable characters. Really. Eli is the only one I would consider to invite over for dinner. Scheeech.

Mporter
mporter
10 years ago

I’m going to give it a few more episodes before I sign off completely. Honestly, I don’t care who is lesbian. I don’t care who is sleeping with whom. I’m disappointed that the only hint of anything really related to sci-fi ended up being a lie. Why is it that everyone is fearing for their lives and doing everything possible to guarantee their doom? This series is killing me. Please come back SG-1 and SGA……

Polairbear
polairbear
10 years ago

There is no need to have two Lesbians kissing and making out on a family time show, nor is it necessary to be as graphic on the sex scenes. What is the purpose? this is a Science Fiction show not another promotion of Hollywood’s smutty ideals of twisted morals that are once more being rammed down our throats.

No more for me watching the unnecessary trashy sex scenes week after week as LOVE BOAT “Destiny” zips through the galaxies, second only to the speed to which crew Zips off their clothes.
I’m Done with SG-U X-rated

Scott Watson
10 years ago

well we have had 1 “proper sex scene” but no privates were showing and it didn’t last long in the pilot, was implied but not actually scene in Light, Was just kissing but some classed as being a sex scene (lol) in Water, A lesbian kiss & seeing Greer having sex with some women (short, no privates and you can’t hear them).

Still a far-cry from “SGU X-Rated”. Sex is a powerful tool in real life, its shows that these people are human like us and not unrealistic heroes who always save the day.

Yxelione
Yxelione
10 years ago

Tanith: And who needs that? If I want something realistic I go out. I want science FICTION, I want fun, I want heroes. For brainwashing sex/relationship shows feel free to tune in a large number of crappy shows, this is supposed to be Stargate, scifi, and its a shame that it isn’t. Last “real scifi” (meaning space scifi) thats still alive is a bullcrap show and not a scifi… It only shows that the producers are becomming senile (in terms of franchise age), they spent way too much doing it they just needed to ruin it. Well congratulations on the… Read more »

Durrkid34
Durrkid34
10 years ago

Stargate has always had Action,Adventure heros who save the day yet they always kept it presentable it always had something to offer. SGU has been a let down i won’t lie this whole Lesbian topic is annoying and a line that never should have been crossed. Kid’s watch stargate i mean it’s always been a family SCI-FI show. Since i was young me and my dad have been watching it together. SGU has lived up to none of it’s promise’s, it’s just a Soap Opera, why no Action?.Nine Episodes so far only one had action. Shame on the producers, i… Read more »

Starsage
starsage
10 years ago

Bravo SyFy! We only had to sit through gratuitous scenes with a promiscuous Lt. Scott in order to see a loving, committed lesbian relationship. If only this were the status quo. Heaven help Sharon if something were to happen to Camille.. unless it’s in her will she’s not entitled to a dime

Scott Watson
10 years ago

“Kid’s watch stargate i mean it’s always been a family SCI-FI show.”

Aye the likes of Teal’c being tortured, Vala being burned alive in front of us, The life literally sucked out of someone etc is completely fine for the kids while sex isn’t.

FoxTrottrGrl
FoxTrottrGrl
10 years ago

If I wanted to watch a sci-fi show showcasing homosexuality, I’d watch “Torchwood”. At least it’s original.
SGU is just a BSG ripoff – it’s like the “Enterprise” of the Stargate universe. That’s the primary reason I don’t bother with it. I might try it next season, once they bother doing something original.

Gaia
Gaia
10 years ago

Og God, this is to not Stargate… Like many of you said – if I want to watch sex, romance, jelousy, I’ll watch something else! Here, I want adventure, problems, space races, enemies, brilliant solutions and so on. Am I the only who who thinks love and romance are best when only hinted at? Like Jack and Sam. It keep you watchin, you want more, it makes show interesting (along with all the other interesting stuff of course :). But here, when they force you will all the relationships at once, it becomes boring. Sorry, just my opinion. D on’t… Read more »

Equnai
equnai
10 years ago

Whats wrong with SGU? Do you really need to prove to the world that you accept gay people? If that’s the case then fine, we, the stargate-loving fans, acknowledge that you SGU openly accept and tolerate being gay. Having said that, can we get on with the real show now? You proved your points, now show us Stargate (in case you (the show’s directors and scriptwriters) forgot what a stargate was; A stargate is a big round circle made of Naquadah, it’s purpose is to transport you from one world to the next. It’s THE SINGLE thing what made stargate… Read more »

Mentat
Mentat
10 years ago

I really don’t need to re-visit these issues time and time again but this franchise “upgrade” has become a real dud just as predicted before the year long press conference promo tour. Look, the weather channel gets good ratings for some reason too. I feel bad for the families that embraced the SG/SGA timeframe in their youth and became confronted with this later on down the road with their young children. I wish the producers just went back to the movie and started from there to develop new concepts. Come March I really hope they flush this where it belongs… Read more »

Michael Sacal
Michael Sacal
10 years ago

This whole “won’t somebody think about the children!!” bs over SGU showing lesbians “on a family show” is ridicolous.

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Good point about the double standard between violence and sex.

Lemmy
lemmy
10 years ago

The constant whining about SG:U is hilarious. Many of you whiners sound like a bunch of old geezers who want to turn back the clock. Face reality people. SG-1 & SG:A are now part of the past. In the world of Showbiz, TV Shows and Audience tastes change. In order for the Stargate franchise to continue and grow with newer (younger) fans, a new direction must be made. SG:U is a nice fresh change and will help grow the franchise. As much as I loved SG-1, the show was way past it’s expiry date and the ratings for SG:A at… Read more »

ScottyDog
ScottyDog
10 years ago

I just do not get you people saying this new format is somehow “upper crust”.IMHO this new format is nothing but Psycho babble and has little to do with Stargates or exploration of space like the original series. Nothing makes any sense with this show except having cheap sex and body swapping.The commander spends more time trying to get back together with his ex wife than trying to get the ship back under control from the auto program the Ancients installed. You would think the number one priority would be to crack the code instead they have everyone doing Psych… Read more »

Mollymouse
Mollymouse
10 years ago

Debate the merits and negatives all you want. This show is just so darn DULL.

Dino
dino
10 years ago

I agree; SGU is becoming more like a “Soap Opera” of a sort rather than a SciFi. If i wanted to see Homosexuality and Sex i would watch soaps. It doesn’t hurt to add in the occasional Promiscuity but to use it as part of the series and to ignore the importance of the mission (they are suppose to be on, as have alreay been mentioned)is truly a step away from true Scifi. I have been watching SG since the begining and don’t mind seeing it evolve and change for the younger generation of SG viewers but it needs to… Read more »