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  • The Best World has the cutie pie, Harrison, getting himself into some trouble with a female of the next world Gus Bonner and his team visit
  • However, it's not the kind of female problem he dreams of having
  • The red volcanic world was interesting, though

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      Stargate: Infinity: The Best World has the cutie pie, Harrison, getting himself into some trouble with a female of the next world Gus Bonner and his team visit. However, it’s not the kind of female problem he dreams of having.

      In this outing, the villains from the first episode finally manage to get


      hold of the Ancient, Draga, and even Major Bonner and his niece, Stacey. All of this happens as the team continues to doubt Bonner, debating whether or not he is the traitor he was convicted of being at Stargate Command. Unless you saw the first show, there’s nothing that tells you the ...

      • truth, either.

        This episode wasn’t all that exciting to me. I didn’t like the slimy mud aliens very much, nor was Harrison’s ordeal with one of the woman very amusing to me until the big reveal at the end. The red volcanic world was interesting, though. What also didn’t help was the

        battle stopping while Bonner and Stacey and bond for a bit.

        There was one cool thing and that was the continued evolution or growth of Draga, the Ancient, who was able to open the Stargate with her mind.

        It also ended with a very appropriate message, one that Harrison and many earthlings still need to learn.




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