But there was a story when Daniel and Vala were actually in the bodies of people and the original inhabitants personalities were supressed and Daniel and Vala were in control.Originally Posted by pawpaw;3722716;
That I knew. But I think it was the blonde who was more uncomfortable and wanted the break therefore the scholarship to what? college? medical school?Originally Posted by pawpaw;3722716;
I also got a hint that maybe the Colonel and the blonde may have had a thing..possible triangle there...or has known her for a long time.
BTW I don't know if I mentioned it but that was a very good premiere. The flashback senario was very interesting. The music very spooky, Joel Goldsmith did it and yes you can pick up the Battlestar Galacticanis of it. The only problem I have is with some of the casting. Eli, great. Doctor Rush, great. Asian chick playing IOA official - good. JJ the medic - ok (I found it highly amusing the scene between her and the IOA official was in soft focus and both had full makeup on so they would look highly attractive). Lt Scott, kinda bland everyday America boy look not very comfortable in his role very replacable. Private James (Scott's love interest) seemed kinda old for him. Colonel Young...not really buying it at the moment. The Senetor was spot on and he really milked it. Chloe his daughter, not impressed. I also expected some more racial diversity. Were are all the east Indian scientists and engineers, were are the asians and hispanics. At this point in the show should we even care about sexual diversity when racial diversity is so lacking. Was that the reason Lou Diamond Philips was on the show? I know he is of Philapino extraction and that covers, Chinese, Japanese, Spanish, and caucasian. At least when the producers cast Stargate: Atlantis you had a variety in the main leads and the crew. Ah, I miss Zelenko.