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  • When the resolution occurs, I love that it's unsure exactly who or what saved the day
  • It opens up possibilities, and I like that

    • by Orrymain
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      For me, Stargate SG-1: Red Sky shows how far Jack has progressed. In season four, there was a lot of criticism about how the Jack and Daniel friendship had been shoved to the side, and also how the show was veering away from exploration and turning into a soap opera, often centering on Earth-bound politics and shenanigans.

      As a counter to how Jack


      refused to listen in Scorched Earth, for example, here in Red Sky, while he’s angry, he does listen. Daniel pleads his case, and Jack goes along. It’s a big shift. It by no means was a sign of change of direction in the show, but it was a betterment.

      The worst thing about Stargate SG-1: Red Sky is that Sam is ...


      • once again let off the hook for a big goof. She tinkered with the dialing program, allowing the team to explore this new world. In the process, Earth brings potential destruction to the planet.

        When the resolution occurs, I love that it’s unsure exactly who or what saved the day. There’s a mystical quality to that, one that Daniel points out.

        It opens up possibilities, and I like that.

        This is really a good show to watch, with plenty of drama and some humor thrown on. We meet more of the Asgard, which allows Jack to utter his great line about their ‘little gray butts’ that is just classic.

        Stargate SG-1: Red Sky is an excellent outing, and I one I love to watch.




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