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It’s been established that these gates have a shorter range than the ones we’re used to, but they’ve never said anything about small networks, I think you imagined that.


They have had people stuck and left behind. There are those people from Air, and from Faith. So it has happened. The point about Rush’s wife being symbolic of Destiny is interesting. Her dying could be parallel to Destiny’s degradation. They’ve never said that the Destiny stops at a certain ‘network’. They have established they have a shorter range though. They also haven’t said that they’ve been going to multiple galaxies between episodes. They have established Destiny has gone to many galaxies in the past. — It wasn’t stated during the kino video “do whatever you want with my body”… Read more »

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As a vicar I found this to be an interesting insight into the mind of this tormented soul. He is grieving for the loss of his wife while blaming himself for not being there for her in her time of need. His grief has took over his whole world to the detriment of everything else in life and he appears to be near the edge. I hope that he finds some form of salvation or tries to come to terms with himself by saving the stranded kids on that planet and then doing good in the future.


The idea that Rush’s wife is Destiny surprised me because I didn’t think that at all but looking back, there is that possibility.

Also, It might not be that Rush was that bad of a person when Gloria was dying. It might be that the stargate program came at the right time for him and he immersed himself in work rather than be with Gloria in her final days. People deal with death and dying differently. Just a thought.