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  1. Mollymouse
    January 25, 2016 at 1:17 pm |

    I was very slow to warm to SGU, but for me, it started really improving the second season. I think the writers started to go back to what worked and realized that bleakness doesn’t go for an entire TV season the way it can go for a 90 minute art film, or BSG (which didn’t appeal to me personally.). By the time Eli was alone in the ship, I REALLY wanted to know what would happen next. It was too bad they didn’t get to tell us.

  2. Mike
    January 28, 2016 at 7:59 pm |

    Thanks for keeping the SGC alive, Darren! I know I am a few weeks behind putting this comment out there, but… I still think that the writers had more planned for TJ’s baby. Now, before everyone gets out of shape, yes I did read what was written about it. Here is my take, though. I think an ancient, or even the obelisk race, scooped up her baby’s SOUL. There, it could grow and learn in a safe environment about “the rules” of ascended beings. My hope was that the child would have felt a need to help her mother (at some key point, maybe even at the end of the series. The real end! When they reach the signal!). The souls that were missing from the returned crew members were just that, missing! Possibly put in charge of raising TJ’s baby in the odd, cabin like world she saw them in. Think pocket dimension. I mean, ole Daniel J helped the Huktar (spelled so wrong!) move on to the spirit side for safety. Why not TJ’s baby? I bet an ancient had been watching Destiny. I mean, they made the ship. Having the ascended knowledge they found, they probably would have watched the ship to see if other people found it, and the signal. Again, all speculation, no way to prove or disprove. I just wanted to share my thoughts. Now bring on the N.I.D.!

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