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Stargate Universe Season 2 Episode 15- Seizure

Monday, April 4, 2011 @ 08:04 PM
Abbas Karimjee[ Administrator/ Owner]

Take a read through below for a brief excerpt and look at the promotional features for tonight’s episode of Stargate Universe, entitled Seizure. The episode features Stargate Atlantis alumini, David Hewlett[ Dr. Rodney McKay] and Robert Picardo[ Richard Woolsey] as well as guest star, Victor Garber.

Homeworld Command tries to convince an ally they suspect might be infiltrated by the Lucian Alliance to let them use their planet to dial Destiny. Meanwhile, Rush (Robert Carlyle) is trapped in a simulation created by Amanda Perry (Kathleen Munroe).- Space Channel

Rush slips into a coma in the neural interface chair, and Amanda connects with him in the ship’s matrix, but Ginn informs Eli of a problem with that scenario. Elsewhere, Dr. Rodney McKay’s plan to dial the ninth chevron address hits a snag. TV  Guide

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What are your thoughts or speculations for this episode?Are you looking forward to seeing  the Atlantis alumni? What will become of Rush and will  Rodney’s plan succeed? Will the Lucian Alliance be prevented from   invading Destiny once again or is history  destined to repeat itself. Sound off in the comments section , to share your  thoughts.

4 Responses to “Stargate Universe Season 2 Episode 15- Seizure”

  1. Julie says:

    I thought this episode was amazing. Each new episode leaves me with more pain that this series is ending soon. In the beginning, I was very harsh on SGU, and while I watched each episode, I didn’t enjoy them much. But now I feel like the show is truly becoming itself and has improved drastically since the first episode. The characters are becoming much more likable and the plots for each episode are interesting. This episode was impressive and actually managed a twist or two that I didn’t see coming.

    I really wish the powers would have given this show more of a chance. After all, the show Friends wasn’t very well liked at first, but look what happened there. I know the ratings are bad now, but I blame that on the cancellation news. I just wonder if they are squirming in their chairs seeing how good each episode is now and wishing they’d kept it around. I hope they are. I can honestly say now that I’ll miss this show, not just because it has a Stargate in it, but because it’s evolved into one of my favorites.

  2. Thank you for your comment, Julie!
    I agree,that with SGU further progressing in its final episodes, it seems that the show has been improving in quality.

    I particularly enjoyedthe suspense associated with the way in which the communication stones were used in this week’s episode.

    Though the show does not have a chance for returning for a third season, viewers can hope for a move to wrap the storyline.

    Please feel free to keep sharing your thoughts!

  3. Julie says:

    I agree (: The part with the stones made me snicker a bit. It was one of those bad but so good moments.

    I’m definitely hoping for a movie. More seasons would be best, but beggars can’t be choosers! So a movie or two would be great!

  4. Yes, a couple of movies would be great! Be sure to follow the blog’s SGU Cancellation Page for the latest updates on the developments regarding SGU’S future!

    Thanks!


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