2 Responses

  1. Rsanchez1
    August 22, 2018 at 5:02 pm |

    I’d have to say the Big Brother-esque nature of the show really turned me off at first. I still don’t like it that much. Thankfully the show does change later on.

  2. David Walters
    David Walters
    September 1, 2018 at 4:08 pm |

    Hi Sara,

    Loving your reviews. Keep them coming.

    At least Scott is always dropping his pants for the same person at this point.

    One thing that I loved about this show was that it did go into depth for a number of the lesser characters. It gave a chance for a lot of bit actors to show they could handle more complex work. In particular, this show is largely responsible for giving Patrick Gilmore and Jennifer Spence more extensive parts on Brad Wright’s new Netflix show, Travelers. I recommend checking that one out — it’s building quite a fandom.

    I can guarantee that humans haven’t been contaminating the universe in this show. They even said so in the pilot episode — the ships that traveled in advance and deposited stargates on the planets along their path were unmanned. I would guess that they also didn’t put gates on planets with active civilizations. Imagine if a spaceship dropped a stargate in your backyard one day. (Actually, if you entirely knew what was going on, that would be about the coolest thing that could ever happen)

    If you also remember or can check out again in Air Part 2, there is a scene where the crew is going through their supplies they brought with them. (Volcker finds seeds) At the end of the scene, they show Spencer discretely palming energy bars into his bag.

Leave a Reply