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This is one we have been waiting for! “Seizure” saw not just guest appearances from two Stargate Atlantis cast members, plus the amazing Lou Diamond Phillips and Victor Garber, but also some advancements in SGU‘s overall storyline. Earth and the Lucian Alliance have managed to blow up two naquadria-rich planets in order to dial the 9-chevron address to Destiny … so what happens when both sides want to use Langara (Jonas Quinn’s homeworld) to try it again?
This week on the podcast Diana Botsford is back to talk about “Seizure” with David. We’ll talk about Rodney McKay’s character and his interactions with Destiny‘s crew, Colonel Telford and his shifting priorities, and the beautiful visuals and colors of the episode. We’ll also discuss the heroes acting in an underhanded way, Rush being trapped in a simulation with Amanda Perry, and whether “Seizure” should really be called an Atlantis “crossover.”
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Discussion – “Seizure” (SGU Episode #215)
- Related Episodes:
“Redemption” (SG-1 Season Six)
“First Contact” (Atlantis Season Five)
“The Lost Tribe” (Atlantis Season Five)
“Spirits” (SG-1 Season Two)
“Twin Destinies” (Universe Season Two)
“Alliances” (Universe Season Two)
“Air, Part 1” (Universe Season One)
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