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Old January 14 2013, 10:33 AM   #616
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Citizen Joe: Dear rest of tv.. now THAT'S how you do a clip show. What a hilarious, self deprecating, twisty amusing little episode. Adorable. I loved it. Commentary on Stargate's own foibles from the dudes in the Barber shop. And..

CHARLENE: Don't get me wrong -- it was exciting. It's just that personally I like stories that are more about inter-personal relations, and a little less to do with things blowing up.

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Old January 14 2013, 11:10 AM   #617
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And I have to ask, I've been following O'Neill's beer taste this series. We had Budweiser, Guinness, Guinness and Heinekin. Then in the last two episodes we had this mystery (to me) label. He had the same beer when he was bbq'ing with the CIA lady last ep.

What is it?

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Old January 14 2013, 12:04 PM   #618
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Moebius Part 1: Awkward Cardigan Carter ftw! And still eating blue jello no matter how much dicking about with the timeline has taken place. One big shock though.. apparently the timeline change has cured Rodney of his citrus allergy!

McKay: I hear it's lemon chicken today -- it's my favourite, hmm?

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I'm enjoying this season finale, quite a different tone from the others.
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Old January 14 2013, 02:03 PM   #619
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Citizen Joe: Dear rest of tv.. now THAT'S how you do a clip show. What a hilarious, self deprecating, twisty amusing little episode. Adorable. I loved it. Commentary on Stargate's own foibles from the dudes in the Barber shop. And..

CHARLENE: Don't get me wrong -- it was exciting. It's just that personally I like stories that are more about inter-personal relations, and a little less to do with things blowing up.

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It brings an extra level of funny when you realize that Joe is played by the voice of Homer Simpson.
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Old January 14 2013, 02:05 PM   #620
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Moebius Part 1

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How appropriate for McKay to wear a Mr Fantastic tshirt!
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Old January 14 2013, 05:51 PM   #621
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My favourite part of Moebius Part 1 was Alternate Daniel teaching the English class.

Daniel: "Start by introducing yourself and talking about the weather."
Latino Guy: "Hello, my name is Carlos. You make me so hot."
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Old January 14 2013, 06:38 PM   #622
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Moebius is a horrid, HORRID episode!

In the episode 1969 Sam didn't want anyone doing anything that would wreck the timeline and all this shit.

Yet here comes Moebius and Sam is like "Hell yeah! Let's go back in time! Who the fuck cares?! No one will notice little old us! Fuck the timeline!"

It's just a lame story setup so we can get a bunch of one off jokes. At least part two has an awesome ending.
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Old January 15 2013, 03:29 AM   #623
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Moebius is a horrid, HORRID episode!

In the episode 1969 Sam didn't want anyone doing anything that would wreck the timeline and all this shit.

Yet here comes Moebius and Sam is like "Hell yeah! Let's go back in time! Who the fuck cares?! No one will notice little old us! Fuck the timeline!"

It's just a lame story setup so we can get a bunch of one off jokes. At least part two has an awesome ending.
No, actually she was against going back and relunctantly admitted that the ZPM going missing probably wouldn't have any significant impact on history. And even once they were in the past, she was still nagging about the timeline and wouldn't allow the team to fight their way to the puddle jumper, for fear of what it would do to the timeline.

Trash Moebius if you like, you're certainly entitled to your opinion and the point of these threads is to discuss our varying points of view. However, one should have their facts straight, and Carter's attitude in this episode certainly was not "fuck the timeline."
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Old January 15 2013, 06:34 AM   #624
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Season 4 Carter would have never have allowed the mission to happen in the first place.

She wouldn't go "I guess no one would know", she would have fought more against it.

1969 happened by mistake, she had no say and still nagged 10 times more than she did in Moebius, which they decided to go back. I just don't believe it. I could lighten up on the episode a little bit if it wasn't just a set up for a lame story and one liners.

But like I said at least the ending is awesome, so we have that.
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Old January 15 2013, 12:24 PM   #625
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Moebius Part 2: Eh this got kind of .. rambling and odd. People's instant willingness to screw with and/or erase their existence when presented with a "fact" that the timeline was changed is always hard to swallow. Sure these people were shown a more exciting existence but it's not like they were going to experience it. I mean really if someone showed up and told you that you could be this fabulous person and have a much better life than you have now if you fix the timeline but oh btw you personally won't experience this how many people would be jumping up and down begging to do it?

And Cardigan Carter wants to destroy the ship and just live out her life in the tech free shit hole that is ancient egypt, she can't even get a little luxury going by inventing stuff. Right. Well I'd rather believe she and O'Neill used went somewhere nice while they had a ride.

Good to see the always fated Kawalsky.

As to going back to get the ZPM in the first place, it was a stretch. Sure Ra didn't know what it was but to march into Ra-land and grab the thing and make no impression on anyone at all is a bit ludicrous.

I thought Part 1 was an all round better episode.
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Old January 15 2013, 12:26 PM   #626
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Citizen Joe: Dear rest of tv.. now THAT'S how you do a clip show. What a hilarious, self deprecating, twisty amusing little episode. Adorable. I loved it. Commentary on Stargate's own foibles from the dudes in the Barber shop. And..

CHARLENE: Don't get me wrong -- it was exciting. It's just that personally I like stories that are more about inter-personal relations, and a little less to do with things blowing up.

Hi-Larious.
It brings an extra level of funny when you realize that Joe is played by the voice of Homer Simpson.
WOW!!!!! Thanks for telling me this that is fabulous!!
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Old January 15 2013, 03:19 PM   #627
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Teacake: are you going to keep going through seasons 9 and 10 with your reviews? With the intro of Mitchell as the leader of SG1 instead of O'Neill and the Ori arc, seasons 9 and 10 are different than previous seasons. I still enjoy them a lot but in some ways, they almost feel a spin off series to SG1.
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Old January 15 2013, 03:21 PM   #628
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Citizen Joe: Dear rest of tv.. now THAT'S how you do a clip show. What a hilarious, self deprecating, twisty amusing little episode. Adorable. I loved it. Commentary on Stargate's own foibles from the dudes in the Barber shop. And..

CHARLENE: Don't get me wrong -- it was exciting. It's just that personally I like stories that are more about inter-personal relations, and a little less to do with things blowing up.

Hi-Larious.
It brings an extra level of funny when you realize that Joe is played by the voice of Homer Simpson.
WOW!!!!! Thanks for telling me this that is fabulous!!
There's a moment when he's frantically digging through the trash when you can really tell.
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Old January 15 2013, 10:24 PM   #629
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Teacake: are you going to keep going through seasons 9 and 10 with your reviews? With the intro of Mitchell as the leader of SG1 instead of O'Neill and the Ori arc, seasons 9 and 10 are different than previous seasons. I still enjoy them a lot but in some ways, they almost feel a spin off series to SG1.
I'm continuing and hopefully SPOILER FREE. I did not know O'Neill was replaced, please don't tell me this stuff!!
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Old January 15 2013, 10:36 PM   #630
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Teacake: are you going to keep going through seasons 9 and 10 with your reviews? With the intro of Mitchell as the leader of SG1 instead of O'Neill and the Ori arc, seasons 9 and 10 are different than previous seasons. I still enjoy them a lot but in some ways, they almost feel a spin off series to SG1.
I'm continuing and hopefully SPOILER FREE. I did not know O'Neill was replaced, please don't tell me this stuff!!
Sorry, I assumed you knew about the Mitchell character. I do look forward to reading your thoughts on seasons 9 and 10 compared to the previous seasons.
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