The next podcast will be on Feb. 19th and will be a guest cast by Mark.
Started by moyer777, May 19, 2007, 07:01:13 PM
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Quote from: Feathers on July 09, 2010, 04:56:35 AMI still think the last episode was a bit of stretch in terms of the way they 'suddenly' came up with the 'faster than hyperspace' drive but opinion seems to be that it was a massively compressed Season 6 arc so I guess I'm happier to see it in than out.Atlantis did have flaws but probably no more or less than SG-1.Why did everyone always live near the gate?Did they ever check for an advanced civilisation over the horizon?and so on...
Quote from: Feathers on July 12, 2010, 07:12:13 AMThat's true (and I've just remembered the episode where a prison colony was set around the gate for Wraith feeding - interesting form of capital punnishment).I know that working within a TV budget is the real limitation to these sorts of things, I just never really got a sense of civiliation on a planetary scale in many of the places they visited.(And now I'm knocking what is arguably one of my favourite franchises. I'll stop now!)
Quote from: Sheppard on July 15, 2010, 02:02:49 PMIt makes sense to me that most of the at least human populations in SG-1 would be near the gate because in our galaxy the Goa'uld populated the planets with humans for Earth with the Stargates, there for as colonization began on each planet by the Goa'uld it would originate around the Stargate.And I think in Atlantis is makes sense that the people would also want to be farther away from the Stargates, because of course that's where the Wraith come from. Farther away from the gate the safer from the wraith.Those are just my theories on it. I tend to over analyze these things...probably a little to much.