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Our return to the first season of Stargate Universe — now nearly 10 years since it aired — continues in this week’s podcast! GateWorld contributor Sara Kehoe has been penning a regular column from the point of view of a long-time Stargate fan who is finally getting around to watching SGU for the very first time. On the podcast she’ll talk about her experience with Adam Barnard.
In this episode Sara and Adam talk about the second half of SGU‘s freshman season, picking up where we left off with the blue aliens in “Space.” They’ll also touch on musical montages in the show, connecting with the characters, and the writers’ willingness to take risks. They will also talk about the appearances of members of the SG-1 team on the show, and break down those bloody final moments of the cliffhanger finale.
If you haven’t listened to the first half of this conversation yet, find it here. In part one Adam and Sara talk about first impressions, and the first half of the show’s freshman year.
- ‘Cal Mah 2.0’ Convention Expands Guest List
- Stargate Universe Now Streaming On Amazon Prime Video
- Stargate Ethics: Making The Moral Choice In ‘Between Two Fires’
- SGU First Timer (Sara’s column)
THE MAIN DISCUSSION:
- Stargate Universe: Season One
- blue aliens (the “Nakai”)
- body trading
- Tamara Johansen
- Amanda Perry
- Gloria Rush
- Maryann Wallace
- Vanessa James
- “200” (Stargate SG-1)
- “Incursion, Part 1”
- “Incursion, Part 2”
- Lucian Alliance
- David Telford
- Destiny chair interface
- Jeremy Franklin
Want to write for GateWorld, too? Join Sara and our team of Stargate fans! We’re looking for experienced writers who want to celebrate Stargate by writing about the characters, the alien tech, your fandom adventures, cosplay, or anything else that animates you. Just contact the editor.
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