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29th Jan '17 7:45:44 PM Boggs
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* {{Hypocrite}}: Young's wife, Emily, is galled when he assumes that she slept with Telford, who he thought was passing himself off as Young by virtue of the communication stones, sarcastically thanking him for not 'jumping to conclusions.' Literally the next thing she does after this is accuse Everett of sleeping with T.J. again aboard ''Destiny,'' based entirely on what Telford, a man she's known for at most a week, has told her.
9th Jan '17 10:41:45 PM sinndogg
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** A lot of astronomy and astrophysics concepts are presented realistically (e.g. Park's explanation of some of the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Habitability_of_red_dwarf_systems#Tidal_effects barriers to habitability]] for planets orbiting red dwarf stars), or at least in a way that isn't technically impossible (such as the accretion-driven radiation bursts of the binary pulsar system in the Season 1 finale).

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** A lot of astronomy and astrophysics concepts are presented realistically (e.g. Park's explanation of some of the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Habitability_of_red_dwarf_systems#Tidal_effects barriers to habitability]] for planets orbiting red dwarf stars), or at least in a way that isn't technically impossible (such as the accretion-driven radiation bursts behaviour of the binary pulsar system in the Season 1 1's multi-part finale).
9th Jan '17 10:35:37 PM sinndogg
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** A lot of astronomy concepts are presented realistically, such as Park's explanation of some of [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Habitability_of_red_dwarf_systems#Tidal_effects the problems]] with habitable planets in red dwarf systems.

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** A lot of astronomy and astrophysics concepts are presented realistically, such as realistically (e.g. Park's explanation of some of [[http://en.the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Habitability_of_red_dwarf_systems#Tidal_effects the problems]] with habitable barriers to habitability]] for planets in orbiting red dwarf systems.stars), or at least in a way that isn't technically impossible (such as the accretion-driven radiation bursts of the binary pulsar system in the Season 1 finale).
9th Jan '17 5:08:23 PM sinndogg
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** Some astronomy concepts are surprisingly well-researched, such as Park's explanation of some of [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Habitability_of_red_dwarf_systems#Tidal_effects the problems]] with habitable planets in red dwarf systems.

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** Some A lot of astronomy concepts are surprisingly well-researched, presented realistically, such as Park's explanation of some of [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Habitability_of_red_dwarf_systems#Tidal_effects the problems]] with habitable planets in red dwarf systems.
21st Aug '16 4:39:49 AM Morgenthaler
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** Eli again ([[SarcasmMode surprise]]) jokingly refers to an energy signature in "Resurgence" as [[TwoThousandOne a black monolith]].

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** Eli again ([[SarcasmMode surprise]]) jokingly refers to an energy signature in "Resurgence" as [[TwoThousandOne [[Film/TwoThousandOneASpaceOdyssey a black monolith]].
20th Aug '16 10:18:43 AM Tre
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** More depressingly, MGM financial woes were one of the main factors that contributed to being SGU cancelled. Likewise, due to the immense momentum behind WWE's Friday Night Smackdown (which SyFy acquired the rights to broadcast), SyFy had to pick only one show to keep on Fridays. They picked Sanctuary which did strongly enough to gain additional seasons while SGU was moved to Tuesday with no other original programming to support it and going up against the likes of ''Series/DancingWithTheStars'' and NCIS.

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** More depressingly, MGM MGM's financial woes were one of the main factors that contributed to being SGU cancelled. Likewise, due to the immense momentum behind WWE's Friday Night Smackdown (which SyFy Creator/{{Syfy}} acquired the rights to broadcast), SyFy Syfy had to pick only one show to keep on Fridays. They picked Sanctuary which did strongly enough to gain additional seasons while SGU was moved to Tuesday with no other original programming to support it and going up against the likes of ''Series/DancingWithTheStars'' and NCIS.
30th Jul '16 12:15:39 PM nombretomado
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** More depressingly, MGM financial woes were one of the main factors that contributed to being SGU cancelled. Likewise, due to the immense momentum behind WWE's Friday Night Smackdown (which SyFy acquired the rights to broadcast), SyFy had to pick only one show to keep on Fridays. They picked Sanctuary which did strongly enough to gain additional seasons while SGU was moved to Tuesday with no other original programming to support it and going up against the likes of DancingWithTheStars and NCIS.

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** More depressingly, MGM financial woes were one of the main factors that contributed to being SGU cancelled. Likewise, due to the immense momentum behind WWE's Friday Night Smackdown (which SyFy acquired the rights to broadcast), SyFy had to pick only one show to keep on Fridays. They picked Sanctuary which did strongly enough to gain additional seasons while SGU was moved to Tuesday with no other original programming to support it and going up against the likes of DancingWithTheStars ''Series/DancingWithTheStars'' and NCIS.
17th Jul '16 9:00:34 AM nombretomado
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* PetTheDog: Rush to Eli, [[ButchCassidyAndTheSundanceKid "For a moment there, I thought we were in trouble."]]

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* PetTheDog: Rush to Eli, [[ButchCassidyAndTheSundanceKid [[Film/ButchCassidyAndTheSundanceKid "For a moment there, I thought we were in trouble."]]



** Dr. Rush, surprisingly, does one in "Time" with ''ButchCassidyAndTheSundanceKid'', saying Butch's famous last line as he dives through an unstable wormhole, then again when it is revealed they're all going to die soon. Young recognizes the quote and explains that the film is a favorite of his, too. The quote itself is also sheer FridgeBrilliance, since it foreshadows the BolivianArmyEnding to the episode. In keeping with the role reversal, Eli does not get the reference.

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** Dr. Rush, surprisingly, does one in "Time" with ''ButchCassidyAndTheSundanceKid'', ''Film/ButchCassidyAndTheSundanceKid'', saying Butch's famous last line as he dives through an unstable wormhole, then again when it is revealed they're all going to die soon. Young recognizes the quote and explains that the film is a favorite of his, too. The quote itself is also sheer FridgeBrilliance, since it foreshadows the BolivianArmyEnding to the episode. In keeping with the role reversal, Eli does not get the reference.
14th Jul '16 6:43:30 AM longWriter
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* UnwantedAssistance: When Amanda Perry is trying to fly the ship in "The Greater Good", Eli, Brody, and Volker all try to micromanage her. She eventually gets fed up and tells them to shut up. Then Scott and Wray come in, do the same, and Eli yells at them "Not now!"
8th Jul '16 4:44:01 AM Morgenthaler
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* ColonelBadass: For the first few episodes, Col. Young appeared as if his his character should've been named Col. [[{{Peanuts}} Charlie Brown]]. But... after finally deciding "enough is Enough," he hauled off and kicked three kinds of ass. And he did it to the show's two resident {{Jerkass}}es, using some pretty neat cunning to pull it off, too. Yep, he's officially a BadAss.

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* ColonelBadass: For the first few episodes, Col. Young appeared as if his his character should've been named Col. [[{{Peanuts}} Charlie Brown]]. But... after finally deciding "enough is Enough," he hauled off and kicked three kinds of ass. And he did it to the show's two resident {{Jerkass}}es, using some pretty neat cunning to pull it off, too. Yep, he's officially a BadAss.badass.
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