Title: The Pegasus Project
Phillip Culley - July 28, 2006 11:05 PM (GMT)
|Daniel and Vala travel to Atlantis in search of Merlin's anti-Ori weapon.|
laughitupfuzzball - July 29, 2006 05:59 PM (GMT)
:thumbsup: Fantastic episode. I loved the crossover :yahoo: especially the opening where they were discussing if Daniel was excited or not, loved their hovering over Atlantis and wanting to take a moment :D
Both storylines were absorbing, loved McKay joining SG1 for the mission and the nod to the Atlantis ep from last year :lol: @ Mitchell stepping in to stop his inappropriate behaviour towards Carter and later his threat with a lemon :lol:
Daniel came to the conclusion that the supposed hologram was an ascended being quite quickly but a great twist and rather a disappointment that they aren't willing to join in the fight :ermm:
Love the dynamics between the characters and YEAH ! to destroying a Wraith ship and Ori ship in one go :yahoo:
It seemed like 'Morgana' was about to tell them that Merlin's weapon wasn't going to be on those planets? anyone think it might already be on Atlantis?
melian - July 30, 2006 08:21 PM (GMT)
That had crossed my mind too :unsure:
Fantastic episode :yahoo:
I really don't know what more to say that you haven't already Alex :lol:
Bakhesh - July 31, 2006 10:30 AM (GMT)
Top episode. I've been dying to see Daniel at Atlantis for ages. I'm hoping that there will be more cross over in future episodes. There must be a ton of info about the Ori in the atlantean database. Great to see McKay and Sam w**king together again. Shepard and Mitchell seemed to hit it off too. It would be great to see them on a mission together.
And one of the Ori toilet ships gets blown up too!! Am I right in thinking that this supergate is now permanently blocked, so no more reinforcements either?
One thing that bothers me a bit about Atlantis. When they had their Siege, Weir said to Zelenka she wanted to backup the Atlantean database, and send a copy back to earth. Zelenka said that they could only store 8 percent of it. In the end, they didn't need to do it, as the siege was ended anyway, but since then, why haven't they backuped up their database and sent it to earth? Do they have to wait until it is about to be destroyed before they think of it? A quick call to Atlantis IT Support would do. If there was a copy on earth, then SG1 wouldn't have to spend weeks travelling to pegasus just to look something up.
Phillip Culley - July 31, 2006 03:58 PM (GMT)
Excellent episode, although I lost track on just what they were doing with the black holes :)
The only this was that it felt a bit rushed with the various plot lines and could have possibly done with being a 2-part episode (with Part 1 as the SG-1 episode and Part 2 as the Atlantis episode), but that's a very minor quibble :)
And as far as I can see, the Ori gate is now stuck open (until they get hold of the episode 'A Matter of Time' and see how SG-1 got out of the exact same predicament :))
Crichton Kicks - August 4, 2006 09:12 PM (GMT)
Fantastic episode alright. The interaction between SG1 and SGA has always been a lot closer than other related series such as Star Trek, where crossovers happen once in a blue moon.
Not sure on the Anti-Ori weapon's location. Personally I hope it isn't on Atlantis. It's a bit too obvious. It'll probably end up being on Earth. Don't see how the weapon could be on Atlantis thinking about it. Didn't Morgana say that no Human had set foot on the base inbetween the initial evacuation and Weir's team arriving. As far as we know Merlin was in Human form creating the weapon, which would seem to exclude him from returning it somehow to Atlantis. Assuming that Morgana was telling the truth that is.
TV Crazy - November 5, 2006 05:29 PM (GMT)
Really enjoyed this episode, i'd love to see more of the two teams working together, cos they worked together really well.
Parts i really liked:
Daniel's excitement about getting to Atlantis and Mitchell waking him up.
Vala not knowing about waiting up for xmas presents or the two different types of dog.
Sheppard's advice about Mckay, the lemon, or just shoot him, the threat of death changes his meaning of the word impossible, the fact that he was willing to give him to SG-1
Sam and Mckay, Mckay telling him about the jumper incident last year and all the other interactions between the two of them.
Vala wanting to ask the obvious question and Daniel wanting to go the long way round, the Vala being right.
I loved that episode, please give us another crossover soon.
laughitupfuzzball - November 5, 2006 07:01 PM (GMT)
:thumbsup: I caught the episode on Sky and was engrossed again, a really excellent crossover :thumbsup:
The lemon is just the funniest thing ever :lol:
TV Crazy - November 13, 2006 07:25 PM (GMT)
I can't believe we haven't seen Sheppard use the lemon before. we need some more lemon gags in Atlantis.
little pixie - June 30, 2009 05:59 PM (GMT)
Lovely episode - I didn`t know there was a crossover, so it was like coming across a `lost` episode of Atlantis. Yay to seeing Weir, Sheppard and Rodney again. :thumbsup:
Hee to Vala looking for `souvenirs` and Rodney being threatened with a lemon. :lol:
I loved the bit about Rodney telling Sam about the Jumper accident too, and the bit when she asks if she was wearing any clothes. :lol: