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  • Stockwell is a good actor, and he did the best he could with the role
  • If he were an actor I enjoyed watching, he'd probably be the show's saving grace, but I've never really been a fan of his, but I do acknowledge his talent

    • by Orrymain
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      Stargate SG-1: Shadowplay is hum drum for me. It bores me to no end. Its focus is a potential Kelownan civil war. The thing is, who cares? The Kelownans are selfish cowards, as evidenced by Jonas Quinn himself, so I’m not sure why Earth should care, but that’s

      neither here nor there.

      Dean Stockwell is the big guest star, playing a mentor of Jonas’. In reality, he’s just plain nutty, though it’s not his fault but because of some brain disease. Stockwell is a good actor, and he did the best he could with the role. If he ...


      • were an actor I enjoyed watching, he’d probably be the show’s saving grace, but I’ve never really been a fan of his, but I do acknowledge his talent.

        Frankly, I don’t care about Stargate SG-1: Shadowplay, which makes it hard to review. It’s like the Kelownan version of Nightwalkers. There’s so

        much more this show could be doing, other than shows about Kelownan politics and insane mentors. I’m trying to think of something positive to say, but I just can’t.

        Watch season six episodes at your own risk. Save for three, and maybe a couple of wildcards, it’s just not worth it.




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