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flickshtain
flickshtain
9 years ago

This is one of my favorite episodes. Very accurate representation of the latest scientific theories and discoveries. Combination of alternative time lines, and travel in the future. One of the possible, future time lines. And again, every phrase, facial expression, every gesture – just perfect.

SilenceOz
SilenceOz
9 years ago

Great episode, one of the best of the entire franchise.

I usually hate these “time travel, alt universe, no real consequences” but this one was done so well.

majorsal
majorsal
9 years ago

sam getting killed off was *very* hard to watch, so i’m super, super, and super glad it didn’t happen in our normal timeline. :p

Steve B
Steve B
9 years ago

I always did enjoy this episode. I could imagine what would’ve been going through his head when he realized he was all alone and the environment was all wrong. Then to contemplate on whether human civilization would be around after that amount of time. Great episode.

Hublo
Hublo
9 years ago

I always wondered about that hologram… looks like the ones in star trek, completely human. So much so that it seems his conciousness is uploaded in it.

Dawesstategate
Dawesstategate
9 years ago

its a great one but not the best.,

darkthunder
darkthunder
8 years ago

@ Hublo: One could theorize that McKay used Asgard tech to develop his hologram. Regardless of what happened in the Pegasus galaxy, the Asgard would still be a dying race, and likely still would give all their tech and knowledge to Earth. Including Asgard hologram tech.