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Old September 4 2008, 12:34 PM   #151
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Re: Sci-fi greenlights STARGATE: UNIVERSE

Y'know what's weird is seeing so many fans describe this as "Stargate Voyager" just because they're stuck so far from home. No- think about it. They're stuck on a vessel working its way through its own course, and only come into range of planets for a short while then pass on...

That's not Voyager, that's Space 1999!
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Old September 5 2008, 09:30 AM   #152
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Re: Sci-fi greenlights STARGATE: UNIVERSE

Darth_Daver wrote: View Post

so.... you're saying Attack of the Clones is good now?
Compared with the movies that flanked it? Yes. Yes indeed.
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Old September 5 2008, 04:42 PM   #153
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Re: Sci-fi greenlights STARGATE: UNIVERSE

Lonemagpie wrote: View Post
Y'know what's weird is seeing so many fans describe this as "Stargate Voyager" just because they're stuck so far from home. No- think about it. They're stuck on a vessel working its way through its own course, and only come into range of planets for a short while then pass on...

That's not Voyager, that's Space 1999!
I already tried to point this out, and my point got buried. Good luck.
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Old September 13 2008, 07:58 PM   #154
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Re: Sci-fi greenlights STARGATE: UNIVERSE

Haha, wow. This is going to be hilariously bad even by Stargate standards, I look forward to seeing the fanbase of this parody franchise churn in anger at being once again, left out of the joke.
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Old September 13 2008, 09:30 PM   #155
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Re: Sci-fi greenlights STARGATE: UNIVERSE

Gateworld reports that Universe will begin filming in February.
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Old September 14 2008, 12:56 AM   #156
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so.... you're saying Attack of the Clones is good now?
Compared with the movies that flanked it? Yes. Yes indeed.
Ack, no way. AOTC is easily the worst of the prequels.
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