This week (in the second-to-last Stargate Universe episode) the Destiny returned to the "mo' drones, mo' problems" plot line. It was a thrilling little episode that seared its impact into one crew members life forever.
Last night SGU dropped a massive bomb on our home planet. Thank goodness the odd couple was around to diffuse the situation. Ha! But seriously folks, this was a dark little episode of Stargate... with a French Stewart cameo.
SGU wrapped up the first half of its second season last night, and while the plot wasn't as dramatic as the previous episodes, we're delighted with the growth we've seen this season. Except for the aliens, who remain space dicks.
This week Stargate Universe tried to heal our wounded hearts from last weeks crazy episode — by trampling a key character.
After a disappointing outing last week, SGU has flipped the switch back to "better" for last night's episode "The Greater Good." Let's stumble once more, down the dark hallway that is the Destiny.
Young may command the crew, but Rush continues to command the ship, and yet still no one has made a decision. We like the direction SGU has been going lately, but last night's episode started to make us worry again.
I think I can safely say, if you didn't like last night's SGU, you won't be a fan of this series in general. We finally cracked open all the drama each character has been carrying around for weeks. About time!
This week, Stargate Universe introduced us to a new collection of crazy, yet kinda cute, alien life forms. Then we spent a lot of time wandering the dark hallway of a spaceship, again. The good and the bad, recapped below.
You asked for a gritty, depressing Stargate space opera, and now Stargate Universe is delivering a gritty, depressing space opera. The death toll on SGU hasn't let up, and this episode wasn't afraid to kill off a few more souls.
Stargate Universe season one has ended. But where do we go from here? After the less than exciting finale we've got a few opinions on who should die, who should live, and which monster should return.
Full-scale war broke out on the Destiny last weekend on Stargate Universe. Guns were fired, characters were injured and sexy leather villains entered the mix. But this week's hero wasn't a soldier or a leader, but rather the nerd, Eli.
The plot twists were flying on this weekends SGU. Were you ready for the sudden and unexpected character turns and secret reveals? I certainly wasn't, but maybe it was exactly what SGU needed. Plus TJ gets a baby shower.
This week everyone went bananas on SGU and I enjoyed the hell out of it. Watching each crew member sift through their own personal mind hell revealed a lot about each character and enabled one excellent back-from-the-dead cameo.
A few good moments in this week's SGU cannot make up for the fact that the series is back to hitting the reset button.
SGU has finally let go of that magic reset button, and we couldn't be happier about it. This Friday's episode, "Lost," contained a lot of goodness, paired with plenty of potential. Now if only they could rethink their flashback hairstyles.
This week Stargate Universe opened up Rush's brain and what we found was a mix of light code, lens flares and the first ever balanced SGU episode. Thank goodness Stargate veteran Michael Shanks is back and delivering some much-needed charm.
After two action-packed episodes that both sparked a new life into the series (only to quickly crush it with the furious clicking of the old reset button), this weekend's SGU was a welcome respite for character growth.
Tonight on Stargate Universe, the Destiny crew finds a new, possibly habitable planet. The good news is, this looks a hell of a lot better than lasts week's sorry episode.
Stargate Universe is back and delivering big time. New aliens, adventure, murders, conspiracy and space-age gardens. Even the stones get a purpose in this premiere. Sure it had its flaws, but all in all it was packed with spacey goodness.
Remember last week's Irish-jig-dancing Stargate Universe folly? That's all in the past now. This weekend's Stargate is back on top form. Sure it still had flaws, but the last episode changed everything — literally. Spoilers below.