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  1. JohnnyB
    August 12, 2011 at 10:32 am |

    I don’t think any of the episodes had “to be continue” at the end, even if there was a cliffhanger.

  2. Browncoat1984
    August 14, 2011 at 7:14 pm |

    The biggest disappointment is that we’ll never ever find out what Destiny’s mission really was. What was going to be at the end? I have a feeling it would have been a big game-changer for the Stargate universe as a whole and we’ll never know :(. Curse you SyFy!

    This has always been a problem with Stargate though, their obssession with leaving things “open-ended” like the crap they pulled with the SG-1 series finale. While it was a great episode, SG-1 after ten years deserved something more. We DID get Continuum and The Ark of Truth, which I call the series finale for SG-1 (just like I consider Generations the series finale for TNG and Star Trek 6 the series finale for TOS) but it would have been better with a more closed series finale.

    What the writers SHOULD have done is when they saw the writing on the wall, craft season 2 as the final. The finale for season 2 should have been the mid-season cliffhanger, with the second half being them waking up and finding Destiny at its mission objective. They could have finished it that way and even used it to bring in more SG-1/Atlantis cast members and for like the final two episodes have it be this epic finale for the franchise as a whole, since we’ll never get a good finale.

  3. Toast
    September 5, 2011 at 4:42 am |

    I’m still having a hard time beleaving it. SGU was great, really great, it was and has made stargate so much better as a whole. I didn’t see this coming, and I think sysfy has made a horible mistake. I hope they realize that and regret their decision forever. I honestly hope they fail miserebly and get cancelled, like they seam to think SGU did. :(

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