Isn't it great that we have Cavanaugh around to make Rodney seem almost likable in comparison?
Although it's kind of hard to argue with torturing Cavanaugh, even if it's just for fun!windracer said:Plus, it's finally getting a little darker (i.e., considering torture).
It kinda reminded me of a few episodes in the last season of "24" when they tortured one of the CTU analysts.Rob Helmerichs said:Although it's kind of hard to argue with torturing Cavanaugh, even if it's just for fun!
As soon as she opened her mouth to sing, I thought, "My God, Atlantis has jumped the shark." That whole bit seemed so completely artificial compared to the more realistic feeling approach of the rest of the show. You see a few folks banging on primitive instruments and several others standing around doing nothing and yet you hear this lush orchestration, full choral backing and perfectly mixed lead vocal come at you (which, of course, doesn't begin to match the flat acoustics those rooms are normally mixed as). What's next? A full musical episode like Buffy or Xena? A puppet episode? Too bad, as I normally quite enjoy this show. I just hope they don't let Samantha sing on SG1. Or T'ealc. Well, actually, the actor that plays T'ealc is so enjoyable that maybe he'd find a way to make it funny. Still...PJO1966 said:Pretty good episode, however... When Tayla was standing next to Charon's body I thought to myself "Oh my God, she's not going to sing, is she?" Where the hell did that come from? I didn't really see what purpose it served, if any. I didn't mind the song itself, but it just seemed completely out of place.
No kidding! Can anyone enlighten us on this?kenr said:I was suprised to see the Goa'uld in the plot. I was under the impression they had been defeated and purged from the galaxy.