If your a real fan of Greek Myth or history and have studied and/or read the Iliad, then sorry to say this series so far delivers nothing close to that epic poem. I'm not gonna get into the SJW stuff and media bias. Characters are poorly represented, the story is far from anything close to the Iliad, it is dark settings, seems cheap production and looks nothing like bronze age Greece/Troy in a form. Looks more like the dark ages. It simply is very boring and bad story writing. To they just love to pump things out now for movies and tv series and then get critics and media to just support all this garbage. Paris, comes out like a drunk dumb fool. Hector like a weakling thus far. The only thing the probably got right is naming Aphrodite in Greek and selecting a beautiful female to fit the role.
I'm waiting to watch all the episodes as a movie. But I'm not sure I want any more SG:Universe--the final episode (220 The Gauntlet) had the best ending of any series--Eli looking at the stars as Joel Goldsmith's haunting theme played (which every fan ought to google)
I know, i don't get it. W were left with Robert Carlyle in SG Continuum, high scrips, greab cgi and then they jump back, the only familiar face being Conner Trineer (engineer from Backula's Enterptise) and 2 7 minute epos and 3rd being 9 minutes. I am a trained script writer and director, but no "non-fanatical: SG fan would watch this ergo huge revenue loss. But in the US there would be no break in this so they would either have the money inflluce from the just befoe showing, and whislt its going to make a little cash as Koobs suggest, they will not be getting enough money for all the viewers who won't watch again, after this. And yes watching Trinnear act for one scene is the only fucking reason i'm staying with it. & fuckingmins I'\m not bloody six anymore!!
at first, its s shame they are so short . and second, why dont make the sgu fineshed? it still has an open ending. still dont know what will happen to the people on the Universe. still waiting for the ending and still hoping they will finish it. but no they just start to make new short ones, maybe its to make money for they last part of sgu, idk. but then again why so short. edit 2 episodes together and you have a normale episode. 10 min + 10 min = 20 min. i sure do like all the SG series and movies, and also watched them all. im a big fan of it.
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Do something for the fucking bots, for god shakes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
yup someone needs to clean this site up its like a dumping ground these days
Seriously, I don't know what they are watching or if they need a "stickectomy" but Star Trek: Disc is awesome. I imagine it was how it was always supposed to be; the story lines are great (some really good twists and turns in there), the graphics are amazing, the cast is brilliant! Of course it sends some bad messages (new world order, you know), but i think that we have the mind to seperate the show from all that
Year : 2002
Episode Runtime: 45
First Aired: May 25, 2002
Status : Continuing
The Bachelor Season 22 Episode 7 (s22e07)
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