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File: 99456af326f348d⋯.jpg (11.12 KB, 180x233, 180:233, Teal'c.jpg)

 No.2061661

Any stargate fans?

 No.2061669

File: b3c72afe0ee7fc6⋯.webm (7.41 MB, 852x480, 71:40, anon visits feminist conv….webm)

>>2061661

indeed


 No.2061671

>>2061661

I got you fam

Youtube.Com/stargatecommand


 No.2061672

File: c6c47209b84afeb⋯.jpg (83.39 KB, 1016x570, 508:285, Doci.jpg)

Im currently on the episodes with the ori and the priors


 No.2061684

The thing about the ancients and merlin(king arthur lore) corny

Not a fan of SG atlantis either


 No.2061691

>>2061684

atlantis had such a potential

this should have been be the series they ripped off BSG

not the drama shit but being cut off / last survivors aspect

>cut off from the milky way

>have to manage limited resources

>learning more about the ancients without ruining them

instead we got inter-galactic bus by the start of the second series


 No.2061693

>>2061661

YAKUZANON go to bed.


 No.2061697

>>2061691

The pegasus galaxy thing was cool.

Limited resources, true

The wraiths were cool bad guys.

Not enough stargate travel


 No.2061713

>>2061672

I love the show, but it becomes kind of hard to watch once Jack leaves and vala comes on.

Not to mention, I never bought Daniel being attracted to her.

>>2061684

>Not a fan of SG atlantis either

Same, it really felt like what it was, budget sg1.


 No.2061718

File: 9786b0e5c5efef0⋯.jpg (47.29 KB, 238x476, 1:2, Vala_Mal_Doran.jpg)

>>2061713

I miss jack too.

Mitchell is ok

Dont like vala? Shes hot

Yea, atlantis. Endless wideshots of ocean vistas. I wanna see moar pegasus galaxy


 No.2061720

>>2061718

She's a fugly Jewess (not to be redundant)


 No.2061722


 No.2061727

>>2061718

>people actually thought this woman was attaractive

>Horrible looking monster in everything from Pitch Black to Farscape to fucking StarGate

JUST FUCKING LEAVE ME ALONE YOU KIKESS YOU HIDEOUS TITTY BEAST


 No.2061729

One of the worst things about how sg1 ended, was they never explained what happened to baal.

He was a great, fun antagonist.


 No.2061732

>>2061672

SG-1 Was suposed to end at season 8 with the end of the Replicators and Goa-uld. That's where it ends for me. Hated the BS Ori.


 No.2061739

>>2061729

Good point. Baal a real badass


 No.2061741

>>2061732

100%agreed

I keep watching to see if telc and unite the newly formed jaffa nation


 No.2061748

File: 7cf8bebefa5d410⋯.png (69.68 KB, 243x370, 243:370, Claudia Black - Vala Mal D….png)

>>2061718

Get your own leather-clad, bondage jewfu, moocher.


 No.2061749

>>2061720

It's the jewess milkers hypnotising poor weak minded goys into thinking she's attractive. It's the Ben Shapiro sister syndrome.


 No.2061753

I still think the Ori were great until they had to rush the ending. Having an opponent that wa technologically, culturally, numerically, AND philosophically superior -basically just outright better- than anything our galaxy could throw at it made for a properly intimidating atmosphere. This created the awesome moment where the first Ori ship was beaten, and it was a real win because it didn't seem possible prior to that point. Then Season 10 just kinda forgot about that in favor of lame family drama.

>>2061729

If you watched the Continuum movie, all the Baals get hunted to extinction but he goes on a big time travel spree where he gets married and invades Earth.


 No.2061775

>>2061748

Shes uber hot


 No.2061779

>>2061753

Those ori shields on their warship impressive

Baal can do it all


 No.2061781

>>2061753

Even the mights asguard no match for the ori


 No.2061784

>>2061779

*worship(s)


 No.2061791

>>2061781

The Asgard did end up developing their new beam weapons based on data from the Supergate battle. Wish more screentime was committed to the development of that tech.


 No.2061795

File: 7fbc525713f0b5a⋯.jpg (80.38 KB, 1020x570, 34:19, 1G_Supergate_01.jpg)

>>2061791

That supergate was cool


 No.2061798

File: 687d97d1f46a54d⋯.png (724.33 KB, 588x856, 147:214, 687d97d1f46a54dd3bd0d4ae6d….png)

>>2061661

>mom, dad and I fan of the show

>buy mom that same green jacket for christmas

>had it custom made from company that made the ones for the show

>patches and all

>only worn once on christmas day

>hangs in closet for 10+ years

mfw I sneak in and try it on every once in awhile, fits good, feels good


 No.2061809

>>2061798

Indeed


 No.2061826

>>2061798

>he admits to still living with his ungrateful parents ten years later.

You soy fuck, grow a back bone.


 No.2061829

>>2061826

shit you got me.

before i get kicked out i'm taking that jacket tho


 No.2061831

>>2061826

Intergenerational homes should make a comeback. Rootlessness is just no good.


 No.2061850

>>2061831

I think he got kicked out for repeatedly sniffing his mums clothes, especially her used knickers. Getting in those spicy brap whiff sniffs.


 No.2061859

>>2061850

Nothing wrong with a stinky panty

Kek


 No.2061873

File: 8438b98a362d7f6⋯.jpg (149.53 KB, 666x999, 2:3, Vala_Mal_Doran_3.jpg)


 No.2061914

>>2061749

But they aren't even as good as Abbies kazars.


 No.2062008

File: a92a9d3ed518d19⋯.jpg (67.4 KB, 800x800, 1:1, stargate-vala-mal-doran-is….jpg)


 No.2062028

Big fan of the original movie. Not so much a fan of that shitty series by Wright and Glassner that ensured we'd never get a proper sequel.


 No.2062033

>>2061826

A third of all Millennials at living with their parents. Quit projecting Boomer expectations on a fractured generation.


 No.2062035

>>2062028

The series is epic

Poor CGI but great story arcs.

Wonderful villains


 No.2062041

>>2062033

>It's mommy and daddy's fault no woman will touch my weewee

Clean your room, bucko


 No.2062051

File: 5ef262da8b97238⋯.jpg (19.75 KB, 326x352, 163:176, what.jpg)

>>2062035

>CGI

… Computer Graphical Interface?


 No.2062068

>>2062051

Computer generated graphics

Typo


 No.2062074

It was very good in the early seasons but got increasingly stupid. I stopped watching a little while after Jack left. I tried going back a couple times but I never survived more than a few episodes.


 No.2062078

>>2062074

Jacks replacement, Mitchel is cool


 No.2062080

>>2062074

Pretty much this. The show became embarrassingly bad by the time their hired on half the cast of Farscape.


 No.2062085

>>2062080

Its still better than SG atlantis by far


 No.2062090

>>2062080

No love for vala. Kek


 No.2062117

File: e5dbe4d90f56d65⋯.jpg (79.99 KB, 533x800, 533:800, 86a76d27adfa276d5e85399d9b….jpg)


 No.2062170

File: c6d61c140d9699c⋯.jpg (82.91 KB, 700x541, 700:541, aWYgeyK_700b.jpg)


 No.2062171

File: d0c7f48c164b31f⋯.jpg (36.54 KB, 580x300, 29:15, Team America deleted scene.jpg)

>"I refused to carry a Zat, I will say this."

Anyone got a webm of Daniels actor talking about how dumb and gay the Zat'nik'tel was?


 No.2062178


 No.2062196

>>2062171

https://youtu.be/36uLLJPa61Y?t=2581

Here. I couldn't find the isolated video, seems to be gone.


 No.2062220

File: f88907cc1b64973⋯.jpg (24.68 KB, 480x360, 4:3, hqdefault.jpg)

The bastards!


 No.2062249

File: 04f3a4be69ec1de⋯.jpg (135.64 KB, 663x1019, 663:1019, SGDan011.jpg)


 No.2062281

File: 43b4775543ba03c⋯.jpg (105.4 KB, 673x1200, 673:1200, 4a6eee4ab0d1cd1cd17b0b029c….jpg)


 No.2062288

>>2062051

Computer Generated Imagery

You could have googled that and its the first definition to come up.


 No.2062290

>>2062288

Im lazy like that

*boop


 No.2062310

>>2061749

She doesn't even have milkers lol


 No.2062313

>>2062310

Vera is life


 No.2062319

>>2062313

Vala

Kek

Blame the beer

X.x


 No.2062324

>>2062288

But that's wrong.


 No.2062336


 No.2062346

File: 08e5619e09dc125⋯.jpg (25.42 KB, 196x300, 49:75, bstargate3_05.jpg)


 No.2062355

>>2061718

Easily a 10/10 tbh.


 No.2062360


 No.2062365

>>2062355

STFU KIKE


 No.2062366

File: c79af69e88b4f1a⋯.png (589.44 KB, 775x704, 775:704, ClipboardImage.png)

Hated Vala tbh, ugly wide shouldered Jew but the irritating "So quirky!" character brief sealed the deal.

>>2062249

The zat really does look like a yank penis, I never noticed that…


 No.2062368

File: bb0159007a84a89⋯.png (596.99 KB, 800x566, 400:283, sgworld1.png)

File: d6e5ff982f98246⋯.png (548.57 KB, 800x421, 800:421, sgworld2.png)

File: 2dfd89cd8760cce⋯.png (441.78 KB, 800x373, 800:373, sgworld3.png)

File: efa69a325b1146a⋯.png (494.16 KB, 1000x450, 20:9, stargate.png)


 No.2062371

>>2062366

Telc is always having a bad day

Again. Vala is life


 No.2062373

>>2062368

Lovely art


 No.2062379

>>2062371

I hate her character, body, face and Jewry.


 No.2062381

>>2062379

Keep telling yourself that

Soon you will worship her like those who do the ori

Hallowed is vala


 No.2062382

File: bd642d03c019a6d⋯.jpg (451.36 KB, 2250x3000, 3:4, e4852011f86c322634b2f17a22….jpg)

>>2061775

>>2062313

>>2062355

>>2062371

>>2062381

these tbh, my face belongs at Goddess Vala's boots~


 No.2062830

>>2062382

Bumping 4 this


 No.2063279

File: aa48b473c13db3d⋯.jpg (86.63 KB, 1065x1600, 213:320, claudia black big gun.jpg)

>>2062830

Thanks for that, fellow Vala worshipper.

It does annoy the shit out of me that they made so few high-res promo pics of her back in the day, none of which are in her Avalon outfit. Legit, when that happened I don't think I stroked as hard over anyone else on TV for about a year, maybe more, and all I had was low-res screencaps and shitty potato-quality online videos on Gateworld.

There isn't even that much Rule 34 of her, and in half of them she has a dick.


 No.2063832

I lost a lot of interest in the show once Richard Dean Anderson was no longer part of the main cast. At that point I only cared about Daniel and Teal'c. Even then, when the Ori came around I only had the show on for background noise.


 No.2063838

File: 57acf07e4b8e4b0⋯.jpg (151.64 KB, 850x850, 1:1, Carter is cute, CUTE.jpg)


 No.2063841

File: 7364693143046e7⋯.jpg (246.09 KB, 1624x1080, 203:135, i want this.jpg)

I want to have sex with anubis


 No.2063880

You'll never last more than a week namefag

Unless you're a vol like maisie/ravenfag


 No.2063896

File: 165aabc55ac4776⋯.jpg (175.47 KB, 705x900, 47:60, wyvern-stargate-rpg-core-r….jpg)

https://www.gateworld.net/news/2019/06/stargate-tabletop-rpg-2020/

JUNE 11, 2019

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kDCvXWCGywQ

Stargate Tabletop RPG Coming In 2020

Wyvern Gaming will preview its new Stargate SG-1 roleplaying game at Gen Con this summer.

Stargate is getting a brand new tabletop roleplaying game.

Wyvern Gaming announced today that it will publish an RPG based on the hit series Stargate SG-1, under official license from MGM.

While the Stargate Roleplaying Game won’t be available to buy until the summer of 2020, Wyvern will preview the Stargate SG-1 RPG at Gen Con this summer. The tabletop gaming convention takes place August 1-4 in Indianapolis, Indiana.

The company is aiming for Gen Con 2020 to begin sales.

With the announcement comes the launch of an official Web site for the game, at StargateTheRPG.com.

“We love the Stargate franchise, and we wanted to create a roleplaying game in which fans can become a member of the S.G.C.,” Wyvern Gaming CEO Brad Ellis said. “Just imagining progressing a character from level 1 to 20 while exploring the universe is a thrilling thought. We’re building on top of the D&D 5th edition Open Gaming License to make this an approachable game for roleplayers while adding the exploration and mechanics necessary for a modern science fiction setting.”

The game will let players explore the galaxy in the midst of the conflict with the Goa’uld System Lords. Players will create their own characters from a set of playable races and classes, and then acquire the skills, feats, equipment, and technologies to execute missions from Stargate Command and level up.

“Players may be asked to capture a point of interest, explore new worlds, retrieve important artifacts, rescue important VIPs, or assassinate/capture high-value targets,” according to the press release. “Stargate Missions will launch the Living Campaign that will allow the players’ characters to advance through the ranks of the S.G.C. Through an online system, players can track their character’s progression, earn unique items, and become a legend within the S.G.C.”

Philip Loyer is a designer on the project, with M. Wayne Miller and Graham Sisk listed as artists, according to RPG Geek.

Founded in 2015 by a trio of game designer friends, Wyvern has previously published Onami, Short Order Hero, and the card game Cthulu. They are currently working on crowd-funding Sojourn, a time-travel themed card game.

Development and roll-out on MGM’s end is being managed by Brandgenuity, a third-party licensing agency.

Stargate SG-1 ran from 1997 to 2007.

The new release is actually the second tabletop RPG for the show. Alderac Entertainment published a core rule book and four add-on volumes for the Stargate SG-1 Role-Playing Game back in 2003.

Keep it locked on GateWorld for more on the Stargate Roleplaying Game in the weeks to come!


 No.2063898

>>2063896

Is that /tv/ pretending to be /tg/, or /tg/ pretending to be /tv/ ?


 No.2063899

>>2063841

you and me both


 No.2063904

File: 80d2a846b7d81b4⋯.gif (476.62 KB, 408x224, 51:28, 53df0b1ff96f6256da9c76c203….gif)

>>2061732

>Hated the BS Ori.

With the defeat of the Goa-uld, the show should have taken a different direction and been based on Earth's Stargate Command having to deal with thousands of former Goa-uld worlds that were now free and independent, with some wanting to join up with SGC and some seeking neutrality, while others used the left over tech to try and create their own empires.

The new show could have been called "SG Federation".

This would have allowed for the show to maintain the format of a weekly adventures while providing for multi-episode arcs, all within a framework of everybody trying to figure out how to exist in a now Goa-uld free galaxy.

But instead, they just created a carbon copy of the Goa-uld and recycled the same overall plot of the Big Bad aliens that need to be stopped…


 No.2063908

File: 61fae2281a6d93f⋯.jpg (82.64 KB, 514x768, 257:384, 95416e86b0140911aad9fc512b….jpg)

>>2062085

>Its still better than SG atlantis by far

SGA was quite good, (and it had Carl Drogo in space) though they also followed the same format of the Big Bad aliens that need to be stopped.

SG 90210 on the other hand, was shit and killed the franchise.


 No.2063910

I like porn


 No.2063959

File: 9f2bd248e81f7ca⋯.jpg (39.53 KB, 334x500, 167:250, Hubbard.jpg)

>>2063908

Fucking Scientology


 No.2063998

>>2063279

Omg

Id let vala shit on me


 No.2064011

>>2063904

Yea

Should have kept the gould as the main bad guys instead of the ori/priors


 No.2064013

>>2063896

Sounds fun


 No.2064038

>>2063908

That is possibly the worst dreadlock wig I have ever seen.


 No.2064046

File: dcf673b081fe176⋯.webm (829.77 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, SGU - observation deck.webm)

>>2063908

>SG 90210 on the other hand, was shit and killed the franchise.

SGU was kino.

Atlantis turned into shit once they added Ronon. The Atlantis expedition became way too overpowered after the second season. Also the tumblr fangirls ruined SGA, they forced the writers to bring a dead character back.


 No.2064082

Bumping 4 vala


 No.2064195

Vala


 No.2064238

File: e2b6eb4b5d4605d⋯.jpg (492.61 KB, 1280x1920, 2:3, valachains.jpg)

>>2064195

Is queen~


 No.2064253

>>2064238

Of spicy braps.


 No.2064305


 No.2064345

>>2063832

>once Richard Dean Anderson was no longer part of the main cast

Yeah I dropped it at that point too. Teal'c alone wasn't enough to keep me watching.


 No.2064347

>>2064238

felt cucked when she had a baby in Farscape. the whole arc was shit on top of being NTR. would still rewatch the serie only for her


 No.2064360

File: 3b675748ba41f5b⋯.jpg (592.06 KB, 1564x2306, 782:1153, Amanda_Tapping_Wearing_the….jpg)

>>2063838

She is pretty great.


 No.2064383

I heard the airforce wants to drone incels instead of cheering them up. Sucks tbh. Think what a one-on-one SG1-style pep talk would do to them.


 No.2064388

>>2064360

Hnnnggg


 No.2064557

Glory


 No.2064645

I became tired of tv. Now I just want to have sex with farm animals.


 No.2064673

>>2064645

Based and oinkpilled


 No.2064744

>>2064360

>>2063838

Short hair aged her, she looks younger, and better with longer hair on Stargate Atlantis. She's also apparently a real trad chick irl who doesn't party and only had 1 or 2 partners including her husband for her entire life. She's a good perfect example as a true trad wife.


 No.2064758

>>2063908

I liked SGA, the main guy(i forgot his name) was quite funny, he did a good job and was almost O'Neil funny.

However I didnt like Space Carl Drogo, they tried really hard to push another T'ealC, which however didnt really work, Idk I never liked him much, same for the female member. I loved Carter, but the SGA Female Person was pretty annoying most of the time.

However especially towards the last 2 episodes SGA really took off for me, they finaly did more with the city itself, I found learning about and exploring Atlantis to be far more exciting than battles with the Wraith.

Thats also what I liked about Stargate Universe…that was actually the only thing I liked about Stargate Universe.

The writers got too full of themselves thinking their Stargate Audience wants to see soap opera in space with the Stargate tag slapped ontop of it.


 No.2064762

>>2064758

I forgot to add here, its not just the writers, its also the whole of MGM, they literally killed Stargate and gained nothing out of it, Stargate was probably their strongest franchise and now 9years later nothing is left.


 No.2064769

>>2064758

Stargate Universe was utter shit. They went the dark, gritty style which didn't suit something with Stargate slapped to it. The characters always argue, you're wondering who's going to betrayal next? They went for the realism tone but took out what made SG good. The suspenseful shit yes but also the fun, light hearted stories, the witty banter, SGU was devoid of anything you could call fun.


 No.2064807

>>2064769

I didnt mind a darker grittier style, infact I would have welcomed it. As long as it stayed with the premise but you still had SG1/SGA-like characters.

I just think that SGU was pretty much the rest of what you described and the poster I replied to.

It was a soap opera more than anything else.

See Game of Thrones, you can make something dark and gritty without becoming a soap opera.


 No.2064855

>>2061720

>>2064360

When I watched this show as a teen, I crushed hard on qt Sam but couldn't understand why some media reviewing the show were insisting that fugly horseface vala was somehow hot. I never knew about juice in the media back then, but I'm glad to hear that I wasn't alone on this, and my instincts kept me safe from disgusting kiketitty. Kill it with fire then give 3 shots with the dickgun.

>>2063908

Atlantis was OK in general theme, but some characters like chubby curly-haired TNG-transporter-room-guy enemy general were very silly, and McKay was cringey as fuck.

Glad to know I didn't miss anything with SGU.


 No.2064889

>no one mentioned Star Gate: Origins

it came out last year, I think


 No.2064997

File: be6eb5851233722⋯.webm (2.57 MB, 750x422, 375:211, Stargate SG-1 - Window of….webm)

>>2064889

>>no one mentioned Star Gate: Origins

That's because people want to forget that it existed.

>>2064855

>Glad to know I didn't miss anything with SGU.

SGU was a good show though.


 No.2065029

SG1 is a great show. Have not watched since it was on TV but loved it. One of the better shows out there as far as sci-fi goes. Last 2 seasons with Ori were not as good but still decent. Check out the TV movies too, I think 2 or 3 were made. Atlantis was ok, it had the potential to be better though. Don't waste your time watching SGU. Have not seen Stargate: Origins, it is online only I think. Heard it was not that good and did not bother.


 No.2065124

File: d3d3bd43aad8b32⋯.jpg (288.01 KB, 900x1350, 2:3, 4cc26f0e7c63815d11d3b72dc8….jpg)

File: 1ac42db877d7a25⋯.jpg (366.2 KB, 1139x893, 1139:893, f2a02674300c11c1f387906e57….jpg)

>>2064855

>fugly horseface vala

FUCK YOU VALA IS BEST GIRL

THE WEAK SHALL FEAR THE STRONG


 No.2065133

File: dc3ef49c2832f09⋯.jpg (103.34 KB, 639x864, 71:96, Goa-Uld Quarterly.jpg)

>>2064011

>Should have kept the gould as the main bad guys instead of the ori/priors

No, the Goa-Uld storyline had been played out as far as it could go, the time had come to defeat them and have the show evolve and move on but instead, they just recycled the Goa-Uld via the Ori and went right back to fighting the Big Bad alien menace.


 No.2065144

>>2064046

>SGU was kino.

No, it was Teen Drama: In Space.


 No.2065153

>>2065133

Instead of rebooting sg1, they should make a comedy about ba'al and his clones just trying to get by on earth.


 No.2065167

>>2061727

It's the voice.


 No.2065168

File: 0c777aa0ba615e5⋯.jpg (181.15 KB, 1200x650, 24:13, Stargate-Origins.jpg)

>>2064889

>Star Gate: Origins

That was honestly the worst tv show I've ever seen, it was literally a high school drama club-tier production and I can't believe it even made it to tv.

The chick was cute though.


 No.2065238

Ah one woman in charge of 3 men. Thank you Mr. Soros.


 No.2065253

>>2064997

>That's because people want to forget that it existed.

I legit forgot it existed. Nobody has been talking about it, not even to shit on it.


 No.2065285

File: 228b7eb2db20cd3⋯.jpg (95.08 KB, 800x1103, 800:1103, 308936-stargate-genesis-fr….jpg)

File: 796d7e3e83861ae⋯.jpg (69.67 KB, 800x551, 800:551, 147488-stargate-snes-front….jpg)

>>2062368

I'm still salty to this day that Stargate managed to run clear through the 3Dfx era into the AMD/nVidia duopoly era, or 5th-7th generation for you console peasants without a single proper licensed game, let alone the multigenerational multi-genre swath of games it should have. Shooter, RTS, adventure, grand strategy, X-COM knockoff, the ideas write themselves.

It's like MGM was deathly afraid of money.

But all they even attempted was the MMO your pics came from, years and years into the show. Meanwhile, the movie got a cookiecutter tie-in multiplat right out of the gate, the only complete thing they did.


 No.2065354

>>2064360

>She's a good perfect example as a true trad wife.

>>2064744


 No.2065356

>>2064997

>want to forget

it happened


 No.2065359


 No.2065366

>>2064360

>>2064744

she supports poundmetoo

not trad

sorry bois


 No.2065373

>>2065366

What's wrong with supporting a movement that outs manipulative jews?


 No.2065468

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Reminder that the SGU style was parodied in SG-1 episode 200, they forgot and literally turned themselves into a joke.


 No.2065539

>>2065373

because its a jew movement to drive a legal and social wedge between women and men in order to… drum roll… undermine western society.


 No.2065832

File: 2ba4a055c938747⋯.jpg (32.69 KB, 590x332, 295:166, mw-witch_hunt_0.jpg)

>>2065539

>legal

The entire problem with #boohoo is that it isn't legal, that it eliminates any coherent set of rules or due process to abide by them, in favor of freewheeling lynchmobs to target any arbitrary person, for any or no specific behavior at all, without any accountability. All it does is give SJW shysters an excuse to gain power as part of the "justice" process, and paying slots on the lucrative lecture circuit or comfy slots as permanent HR/PR flacks inside bureaucracies, the fate of the victims (and "victims") is irrelevant.

The flipside of this is, since it has no legal basis, it also has no legal force, so the poor and weak are easy prey for false accusations from such hashtag slacktivism, meanwhile the truly wealthy and powerful fatcats are (regardless of guilt) able to trivially avoid any serious consequences beyond being called names and perhaps the gesture of feigning regret over their supposed sins, or even (due to their having enough money to afford it) bring the actual law into the matter and sue their accusers into the poorhouse if they're really pissed off.


 No.2065839

>>2065832

Witch Trials at least had the trial part.


 No.2065841

>>2065839

>does he float, yes/no


 No.2065943

File: 0ee742c1146c480⋯.jpg (282.77 KB, 1996x3000, 499:750, 7d56cd9809f0826a13dd158a48….jpg)

File: 8272bed47d2e2fd⋯.jpg (667.14 KB, 1920x1200, 8:5, Amanda-tapping-Aka-Sam-Car….jpg)

File: d97bb40b52e99d0⋯.jpg (191.77 KB, 805x1023, 805:1023, 3742151641_17fb9d998b_b.jpg)

File: f256a1c69c09cca⋯.jpg (105.44 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, hathor.jpg)

File: c3ab73e0a8727ee⋯.jpg (86.86 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, adria.jpg)

Recurring female cast power rankings:

Vala

Sam

Anise

Ha'thor

Adria

Dr. Sarah Gardner

Amaterasu

Ishta

Janet

Nirrti

Shan'auc

Sha're


 No.2066076

>>2065832

by legal i meant there are legal ramifications for being accused of shit. Just look at the #kickvic stuff.


 No.2066118

>>2066076

Question: Do you still watch that Rekeita faggot? I'm trying to wrap my head around a person milking that shit so hard and still retaining an audience.


 No.2066134

>>2066076

Legal motions from the "accused" if they have the money and/or anti-SJW fan support to fight any extralegal career impact, yes, like I said. I don't recall any accusations related to #boohoo have actually gone to court, except maybe Bill Cosby, and I think that was only really on drug charges, not sexual whatever.


 No.2066370

File: d10ebec237908d3⋯.png (1012.17 KB, 1024x646, 512:323, Scifi_Saved_My_Life_Starga….png)


 No.2066371

>>2064997

That pic. One of the funniest SG episodes ever

Hammond:just what so you youre doing?!?!

Jack:WORKING ON MY BACKSWING!!!


 No.2066372

>>2065468

Another funny as hell episode


 No.2066430

File: 5e357c6a9d64672⋯.jpg (27.17 KB, 610x343, 610:343, tdHcA1X.jpg)

>>2066371

Definitely one of the best.


 No.2066439

>>2066430

Hes like, fuck it, i feel like riding a bike today.


 No.2066476

File: d891ee294200529⋯.gif (615.37 KB, 200x200, 1:1, R9Z4.gif)

>>2066371

>>2066430

>O'Neill and Teal'c turn being trapped in an nearly endless timeloop into quality bro-time

Talk about making lemons into lemonade


 No.2066492

File: 5cf23f22a2248fa⋯.gif (594.4 KB, 320x180, 16:9, gvwEB.gif)

>>2066476

So fucking true.

And jack giving carter a deep kiss

Everyone else depressed, jack n telc having fun


 No.2066533

Bump


 No.2066648

File: fc3538000ce9948⋯.jpg (47.43 KB, 300x456, 25:38, f059899.jpg)


 No.2066705

File: dd4be75ce429642⋯.jpeg (10.36 KB, 278x181, 278:181, images.jpeg)

A neat idea for a stargate RPG school classroom-based could be…

Each desk is its own planet

Students draw to be either a SG1, gould, asgard or a food producer

Gould can attack anyone but the asgard

Asgard can help if not next to a gould.

Lose food units per turn making the food producers strategic.

To talk to another planet you pass a note to a neighboring planet(desk) the recipient may or may not pass along the note and choose to read it or not.

A handfull of planets will have a stargate.

If you have a stargate you can send a message or supplies to any other stargate


 No.2066706

File: dde6defba847526⋯.webm (5.39 MB, 1280x720, 16:9, discovery_scifi_stargate_….webm)

File: 5acf7ae6ab0f16e⋯.jpg (145.84 KB, 787x256, 787:256, 476 - K8QbWNK.jpg)

The biggest thing about Stargate SG-1 is that it is red-pilled as hell and a lot more subtle and natural at it in comparison to X-Files, but the most interesting thing is that most of it's liberal audience actually thinks it's all just "entertainment". Most of the Jack oneill jokes come from the senile mind of RDA which is really suffering from brain degeneration when he speaks slowly and responds as if he has an attention span of a 5 year old, that's not being funny, that's being stupid, but even more stupid is the comicon audience that completely oblivious to it, they have no idea what they're witnessing before their eyes.


 No.2066722

File: 5bdbbac5aee6266⋯.jpg (94.27 KB, 800x1200, 2:3, Qetesh.JPG.jpg)

>>2066706

Redpill

I want to see vala take the brown pill


 No.2066767

>>2066722

I wouldn't let Reginald get close to her tbh.


 No.2066770

File: f631232d7b992a9⋯.jpg (1.59 MB, 3264x1836, 16:9, 1561512056218-378958121.jpg)

SG on.

Episode with mitchel and the general, not hammond, the newer one, at the cabin on earth and vala and telc trying to capture some monster


 No.2066782

I've attempted to watch Stargate three times now and given up every time. What's the secret to enduring the series? I've never had that problem with any other show. I've seen the entirety of Lexx, even the less good final season. I've watched all of Star Trek before STD, I've seen Farscape, Babylon 5, Blake's 7, Space: Above and Beyond, Battlestar Galactica and more. Not one of them have I've been unable to finish. Not even the absolute garbage that was Warehouse 13 and Sliders. Yet I find myself unable to find the resolve to watch past even the first season of Stargate. I'm not expecting TV-kino like Lost but even with the lowest of expectations I can't get into it.

I even had a hard time watching the snorefest of a feature film despite it having Kurt Russell.

In which seasons and shows does Claudia Black appear? I might finally find the fortitude to watch this crap if I can ogle one of my favorite khazar waifus.


 No.2066788

>>2066782

Claudia black cones on about the season when ST atlantis spin off launches

Its a great series. I tried twice to get into it. 3rd time worked


 No.2066794

>>2066788

SG atlantis*


 No.2066798

>>2066794

I would watch Star Trek Atlantis. Is she on the main show or in the spinoff?


 No.2066799


 No.2066802

File: 17dd1dab53a7af3⋯.jpg (49.87 KB, 584x730, 4:5, ed246bc15696c7dd22a8f5ceff….jpg)

Lexx was better.


 No.2066803

>>2066802

Never seen that one


 No.2066805

>>2066782

It's top-tier second-monitor content, but season 1 especially I found excruciating to watch because the episodes felt too 'episodic' similar to B5 season 1.


 No.2066806

>>2066799

Wew, I guess I'll have to watch both then, cock in hand. I wonder how it was she were in so many shows. Was she the jewish niece of the producers or did everyone in the industry get to bukkake her slutty face? Both?

>>2066802

TVkinos:

1. Lost

2. Babylon 5

3. Lexx

4. Farscape

5. The Outer Limits


 No.2066811

>>2066806

Uncle jews cumrag


 No.2066812

File: e40716238eaf28c⋯.webm (1.59 MB, 864x486, 16:9, SG1_S6E9_Tokra_Oneill_Red….webm)

File: 292bfda68479a90⋯.webm (10.18 MB, 864x486, 16:9, SG1_S4E2_Oneill_Jackson_A….webm)

The actor behind Jack Onei'll was actually messing up the scripts with his demented jokes, didn't fit into this show, the writers admitted that in the , true some 30% were funny and fitted and okay no prob, but once it gets recurring many times in the same episode it gets annoying, more than half the time they messed things up where I wanted to hear from Carter/Jackson - so 30% of the time Jack Oneill acted like a goofball mucking up the image of a good standing proud leader without the stupid hollywood wife-beater attitude and the intensity of the show where it was most unwelcome, they should have reserved most jokes for calm times at base and on earth. The one liner, finish sentence jokes are fine, they don't interferen much, but the ones when Onei'll stops carter and it's obvious where it something it doesn't fit the flow of the show, that's the biggest problem I have with SG-1.

Ofcourse the interruption by O'neill could also have been from writers to avoid having to explain things for too long and avoid definding complicated things in detail either because they didn't want to spend time figuring out how would it make sense, usually the advanced stuff on asgard ships. Those moments sort do differ a bit, so I don't blame RDA for all those moments, it's probably better for Carter to not say anything rather than define something that wouldn't make sense, either in reality, and or in the future events in the show.

RDA did the role superbly otherwise, just the actor is wimpy in real life and quite anti-gun and buying into the whole leftist agenda, sorry, he needs help to restore brain function, needs to get off sugar, off bread, off wheat, off pasta, and on some proteins and essential fatty acids such as omega-3 krill oils, a good vitamin B complex supplement, coconut oil, and some good carbs from stuff like sweet potatoes, and he wouldn't look so zoned-out on those press confs, it really is a pity and I feel for him, if only these fanboys would actually realize and tell him to get back into shape.

Why would RDA be anti-gun in real life if he hold a gun in SG-1 every effing day, would he be able to defeat Apophis with … WHAT? Doesn't make any sense right.

SG-1 is much more than an average fan thought it is. But same does not go for Atlantis and SGU.


 No.2066814

>>2066805

I keep seeing people on the Internet say that the first season of ST TNG and B5 were bad and that they get much better after that but I just don't see it in either series. In fact I quite liked the first guy more than the second one in B5, but even so I found that show really even until the explosive fourth season and the season long epilogue that the fifth was.

Maybe it's true for Stargate though. But I'm thinking it's mostly in people's minds and that it just takes one season for them to get into a series.


 No.2066816

>>2066811

WTF, I wish I was a fat jewish producer so I could nut a tidal wave over Claudia Black's face now!?!


 No.2066820

Another great SG..

The episode about the producer making a stargate TV movie and its mostly stargate making fun of itself

Classy comedy


 No.2066830

>>2066814

Fun fact

The pilot for B5, second in command, before ivoniva, played by the actress who played Keiko from ST TNG


 No.2066832

>>2066816

Cheers!


 No.2066833

File: cd0eaad0f1f95ce⋯.webm (9.11 MB, 864x486, 16:9, SG1_S2E4_Gamekeeper_TheWa….webm)

File: 65efd839c30bb13⋯.png (19.76 KB, 842x299, 842:299, DrudgeSnip_ProjectVeritas_….PNG)

File: 1d0a1335692bdab⋯.png (1.12 MB, 820x990, 82:99, RTSnip_ProjectVeritas_Goog….PNG)

File: f6cbddf9d2fa05c⋯.png (744.75 KB, 660x1001, 60:91, NNSnip_ProjectVeritas_Goog….PNG)

File: 2285858bdaea96f⋯.png (1.57 MB, 1683x7486, 1683:7486, ProjectVeritas_GoogleInsid….png)

Remember kids, never ever go to P4C-970


 No.2066845

File: 9ac3e19f478f079⋯.jpg (863.47 KB, 3264x1836, 16:9, 15615161271091947261749.jpg)


 No.2066847

>>2061718

Vala and Daniel were great together.


 No.2066850

File: 05862f71eb139b5⋯.jpg (1.01 MB, 3264x1836, 16:9, 15615167177121421621087.jpg)


 No.2066851

>>2066847

Indeed


 No.2066857

>>2064769

SGU was the writers wanting to do 'mature' content because they were sick of making shows for manchildren. Hahaha


 No.2066859

File: eeca1f2976cec93⋯.jpg (349.36 KB, 1996x3000, 499:750, Claudia_Black_Farscape_Pro….jpg)

>>2066830

B5 also had a bunch of Star Trek actors onboard as guest stars all the time. Fucking Jeffrey Combs and Penn & Teller was on B5. At one point Ivanova was reading the book Harlan Ellison never got to write before he died.


 No.2066862

Like Walter koiening as bester

Ive seen the pen n teller episode


 No.2066864

File: 705b68a491076e5⋯.png (332.96 KB, 856x480, 107:60, ClipboardImage.png)

>>2066862

>Like Walter koiening as bester

It was his best role tbh. Really memorable character, who did nothing wrong.


 No.2066876

>>2066864

Nuclear wessel


 No.2066900

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

 No.2066901

I hope the time loop episode is next one when i watch SG again


 No.2066902

>>2066900

Hes a class act


 No.2066905

>>2066902

He had a real heart attack when he first got the script. Had a quadruple bypass. Went on to play the character to perfection.


 No.2066912

>>2066905

I swear the show was cursed.


 No.2066915

>>2066912

>cursed

What. SG or B5


 No.2066916


 No.2066919

>>2066916

Great show


 No.2066923

>>2066919

The conclusion is perfection. Unlike some other recently ended show.


 No.2066924

>>2066923

The earth civil war and physic war was epic


 No.2066927

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>2066924

Season 4 ending as well


 No.2066935

File: 3c97072d7ec61ec⋯.jpg (110.77 KB, 368x550, 184:275, claudia black2.jpg)


 No.2066945

>>2066935

Yay claudia


 No.2066949

File: 0edd672e580a987⋯.jpg (178.07 KB, 960x961, 960:961, q8jhdiz2aaz21.jpg)

>>2066923

Yeah, the final episode of B5 was the most satisfying final anything I've seen on TV. When it was all done it was just perfect, it's no wonder the spinoff didn't take off. You just can't add anything to those five seasons of the main series.

Meanwhile that other show which must not be named had the worst final episode I've ever seen.


 No.2066958

>>2066949

I heart B5 and SG1 equally


 No.2066960

File: f5c6009e103b6eb⋯.jpg (45.89 KB, 768x521, 768:521, NoName.jpg)

>>2066949

>that other show which must not be named

He finally has company!


 No.2066965

>>2066960

VALDAMORT


 No.2066970

File: 6672adbcb2d34c8⋯.jpg (536.86 KB, 1600x1200, 4:3, B5_2.jpg)

Is SG1 not on bluray? I prefer having shit on physical but I'm only seeing Atlantis having a bluray release.

Babylon 5 never got a bluray release either and they sort of fucked the dvd transfer because someone at the top was a cheap fuck, but at least it got a nice box with everything in it and the show had a low budget so I doubt it would have benefitted from a bluray release anway.


 No.2066976

>>2066970

Aside from the DVD and no remastering, that sure is a nice box set.

Haven't seen any SG1s other than DVD.


 No.2066981


 No.2066991

>>2066976

>Haven't seen any SG1s other than DVD.

Damn, guess it's dvds then. I figure that if I actually buy the damn thing I will get past the first season and get into the show. It's the last science fiction show I haven't watched to completion yet and they're not making any new ones worth seeing.

>Aside from the DVD and no remastering, that sure is a nice box set.

It sure is. I'm just happy that the series wasn't stuck on VHS and broadcast recordings.


 No.2066995

On the B5 dvd transfers:

>It has been pretty hard, 25 years after the show was made, to track down those responsible for the show's digital second life. Several key figures from its history have passed away, retired, left Hollywood or we simply couldn't track down. Warner Bros., too, did not respond to our request for comment, and so cannot rebut anything that is said below.

>Foundation Imaging, which produced the CGI for the pilot through to season three, was apparently willing, and able, to produce widescreen effects. Co-founder Ron Thornton, who passed away in 2016, said that his company "offered to do all of Babylon 5 in widescreen." Quotes attributed to Thornton on the JMSNews forum point the finger over a fight regarding a $5,000 HD "reference monitor so we could check our output."

>That request was apparently denied, either by Ken Parks, WB's then-business affairs chief, or the show's co-executive producer Douglas Netter. Thornton went on to say that "each blamed the other," but the decision meant that "for $75 an episode, they could have had awesome, near hi-def." Unfortunately, it is difficult to verify his account, and Parks died in 2014 while Netter passed away last year.

>"There was not a breakdown over a monitor," John Copeland, who produced Babylon 5 and its sequel, Crusade, told Engadget. Copeland, now the owner of Rancho Olivos olive oils, says that "Ron [Thornton] wanted to get paid for re-rendering everything." And render time was the issue that forced every compromise when it came to making the show's visual effects. But Copeland feels Warner Bros. itself was the problem, rather than visual effects.

>"We had set up the show to make the transition to what was, at the time, called Advanced Television Technology," he said. "Everybody knew that [HD] was coming, and that the preferred format would be 16:9," and Copeland toured how other Warner shows were planning for the future. On Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, the team "were doing a 'video hack' to retransfer the negative, stretched in such a way that it would unfold in a 16:9 frame." Unfortunately, the results, while meeting the requirements for widescreen TV, "looked absolutely awful."

>So Copeland approached the studio and said that they would "shoot in a 1:78 (widescreen) format, and we'll compose for 4:3, but frame for 16:9." And at the end, the production team "gave them everything in two formats [4:3 and 16:9] with the exception of the visual effects." But, that wasn't a problem, because Warners' Advanced Technology Center had a plan to remedy the problem.

>"This company in Sweden, called Teranex, were way ahead of the curve in knowing people would need to upconvert standard def to high definition." Warners owned a Teranex box, and the idea was that, eventually, the 4:3 CGI sequences would be upconverted and integrated into the 16:9 footage. It wouldn't be perfect, but it would look pretty good. But rather than doing it, in the end WB simply reconverted the futzed Portuguese and Belgium footage to NTSC and sold it.

>The reason that the show was never given the proper Teranex treatment was, according to Copeland, "because they didn't wanna spend the money." He explained that in the days before DVDs were expected to be lavished with extras, home video departments just took existing material, slapped it in a box and reaped the rewards of doing so.

>Copeland believes that the two things that killed Babylon 5's second life were the fact that the show wasn't produced in-house by Warner Bros. "We were like the poor stepchild of Warner Bros," he said, "and the studio looked at us a little askance." In addition, archivists would "lose stuff all the time," including crucial film reels and resources needed before the episodes were broadcast.

>The other issue was Warren Lieberfarb, then the head of Warner Home Video, described by the Washington Post as the "father of the DVD." Copeland believes that "in 2002, when they started working on the DVD sets, it would have cost $1,200 to convert every episode and movie to high definition." But Lieberfarb "didn't wanna spend that," and so to save $132,000, the show was dumped out at low-resolution and forgotten about. That cash would have potentially been recouped simply through more DVD sales or potentially even a Blu-ray release.

>Copeland added that the relationship between the production team and Foundation Imaging broke down over an incident halfway through the third season. "We were doing Severed Dreams," that year's Hugo-winning blockbuster episode, "and Ron wouldn't deliver the shots for the show unless we gave him another $100,000 …That was the point where we – at Babylonian [Productions] – sat down and thought 'if he does this once…'" Consequently the show walked away from Foundation at the end of the year. Netter's account is, however, disputed by those who knew Thornton.

(((Warner)))


 No.2066998

>>2066995

So many people have died from that show.


 No.2067000

>>2066998

>>2066995

What a cluster fuck. Geez


 No.2067004

>>2067000

Yeah, and Straczynski really pushed for WB to fix the shit, he had a bunch of suggestions that would let them release at least a crisper dvd and digital version of the series but they gave him a big fat no and a middle-finger.

The show could both have a bluray release and making the rounds on digital streaming platforms if the kikes at WB had just invested some money into making B5 look presentable in higher resolutions. And fucking Lexx had a decent dvd transfer that didn't shit all over every special effects shot.

>>2066998

Yup, sadly that's the case. I guess it is rather old by now, but then aren't lots of people from say ST TNG alive still?


 No.2067007

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Prometheus did ancient aliens better tbh.


 No.2067010

>>2067004

Well, even with potato quality visuals, the writing is god tier

Long live the centarui empire, down with mimbar. I fucking hate the mimbari.


 No.2067018

>>2067004

>aren't lots of people from say ST TNG alive still?

Other than Gene Rodenberry and Majel Barrett, the rest of the main cast is still alive.

Oh and the boy who played Worf's son Alexander Rozhenko

>Cause of death, Suicide by gunshot January 1, 2018


 No.2067034

File: 1d1c7e7a0bf8c4e⋯.jpg (200 KB, 1088x1450, 544:725, SG1-10-CA-016.jpg)

>>2066782

>>2066806

Queen Claudia first appears in Season 8, Episode 12 as a one-shot character, then becomes a regular for the final two seasons.


 No.2067035

>>2067010

Yeah, the writing and theatrical acting would make it worth it even if it only had a VHS release. It's just that good. The centauri were based.

>>2067018

Fug.


 No.2067038

File: 9132e8d9b1c9831⋯.jpg (297.4 KB, 1381x2072, 1381:2072, be6bb390e37e90cb4898bd0a72….jpg)

>>2067034

You just know she likes to bully men sexually.


 No.2067040

>>2067038

A controlling verbally abusive man owning dom.

Bet her house is a BDSM dungeon


 No.2067049

File: 043181d675f4ce0⋯.jpg (69.63 KB, 1000x642, 500:321, CB.jpg)

>>2067040

That's my fetish.


 No.2067058


 No.2067060

File: 2a2e47b5da69537⋯.jpg (35.77 KB, 474x712, 237:356, CB (2).jpg)


 No.2067067

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>2067060

>when your official dress is a leather bondage suit


 No.2067070

>>2067067

😥🌡🔥


 No.2067097

>>2061718

I miss Farscape


 No.2067109

>>2066816

Nicely proves the degeneracy of an average entertainment head.


 No.2067113

File: 1643d9686302d6a⋯.jpg (61.7 KB, 328x427, 328:427, Cleopatra_2525.jpg)

>>2066802

>"serious" sf

>muppet show

Sorry Lexx fans, it felt 1 step below pic related in terms of silliness.

>>2066706

>>2066812

Reminder RDA's previous claim to fame right before Stargate was McGuyver, pretty much the exact opposite of O'Neill in every respect.


 No.2067153

>>2067067

At least she isn't wearing a choke-chain while pretending to be nobility. That would just be absurd. No show would ever do that.


 No.2067177

>>2067113

I loved MacGyver


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 No.2067201

>>2067113

Lexx was written as if by /tv/ itself. Yes, it was silly as fuck at times, but it also took its setting more seriously than 99% of shows do. It's an absurd show but internally cohesive in its absurdity.


 No.2067246

>>2067113

SG-1 was and could even be so much more of something like the ultimate/core training course for the young in a whole civilization, teaching the society of all these possibilities and going into these areas without the society actually having to go through them in reality (tribal warfare, social experiments, bloodshed, civil wars, etc, to finally learn what are the fair ways)

You know, what could happen if you're too naive or too confident, too flimsy. In addition to all those life-survival, diplomacy, morality and military-strategic teachings, SG-1 teaches good faith on a personal level more than 90% of the world's parents would teach their own children in all their lives.

This unmatched combination is the power of SG-1 and makes it stand far higher from X-Files, as it's not just about questioning or speculating or revelaing, it's showing and teaching much much more at the same time and that's a huge deal.

I wouldn't be surprised if the dark forces have noticed that and tried to sabotage SG-1. Obviously it does not help if the actors are totally in their own world and don't even realize the amazing value of the show and have little emotional attachement to it. It is unfortunately a thing of the actors that they disassociate with the work they're performing as much as possible, apparently that's regarded as being professional about it.

Especially when a civilization isn't as advanced and abudant in services/resources, you don't have resources to have realistic education to take your kids into the wilderness, organize trips, tell stories, read books, you can do a lot with a produced training course like a show of SG-1 instead or in addition to that, the environment would be a bit tired if you would routinely do a ton of stuff in it, for example showing some tree cutting thing, well you can't cut a tree every trip or else you'd cut the whole forrest in 20 years and 20K of trips, while digital isn't the most optimal I know, children should be outside playing and discovering not being glued to the TV screen, but if you pick the right things and ofcourse you don't view it as an entertainment to sit down and abuse it, most entertainment is self-abuse in today world, you manage it totally differently, no such thing as binge-watching or eating a crap load of fast food and watching, so when a right formula is found it can be very positive without any of the toxic culture of sports assing, nighttime assholing around the streets, drinking as much to feel more "manly", hollywood twerking, moonshine guzzling, and all the other degenerate city-asphalt-life habits and cultures that have spawned on this planet in these times.

The big problem was that SG-1's publishers and the financial underbelly of it was based on mostly on the average american couch-potato audience from one single cable channel SciFi, I wouldn't relly count on DVD sales part. Because this type of audience isn't really the most optimal one for this type of show, it's an audience that watched the show for all the wrong reasons, didn't really understand it deeply, and was too dependent on SciFi to bring it to them. That's why the show usually has to compromise to stay afloat by inserting various artificial triggers to boost the audience, one of the most obvious of those is the sexual type, drama type, etc.


 No.2067248

>>2067113

PART2

The point is about the larger thing, the larger story, the lore, the history, the philosophy, the cause, the quality of the show and the actors, and the experience of all the ones who participate building it, it's like building a huge statue, it's ART, it's heck of more important than whether or not Jackson impregnated Vala, it just happens to be digital art in the end, bondage and these stupid spouse-arguments isn't really something a philosophically and morally advanced civilization strives for, bondage and arguing about sex isn't really what should be the gauge of success.

There could have been an audience for that and much more if well the MGM management and everyone involved would simply have to be actually open minded and not corrupt with the dark forces, split off the stupid SciFi channel and put the whole thing to online streaming and I would have paid the dollars to see it, and it would regain it's global audience, it was quite popular here in europe with a lot of my friends.

And as long as things go natural it's fine, occasional intimate scene isn't a problem where it would actually happen organically, but how would you do something organic vs something really random and natural, some kind of advanced things not even known to me would have to be invented for how to do a perfect megashow which obviously has a certain theme and direction and rules beause we are humans and we shouldn't be raping and killing our own children right, not something natural for a species to do, why would you sabotage your self, no way that's natural, it's either a malfunction or an artificial influence, some kind of random throw of the dice would need to be made, stuff like quota even if it's low does not work, it makes for a good impression as if certain scene isn't pushed because it's low number but it's still preplanned and the future was set artificially, kinda: "okay we can do 3 nude scenes this season …", it's still not organic cause the future is known as there WILL be a third one after the second and they'll have to make it so that happens, so it's kinda hard to be impartial when writing/directing etc.

It's a major problem that the content of the product determines financial success, and to live and survive in this world it's only through financial success (and connections), it all leads to the financial system eventually, that is the root of the issue, for most human issues on this planet, all roads lead to rome.

If it wasn't for this fiat-currenty out-of-thin-air fractional-reserve-banking beast system, an astronomical amount of problems, conflict, loss and suffering would simply case to exist. If it wasn't for this system and a better proper systems like ancient tribes on this planet have all known long ago … you wouldn't had that argument back last week with your niece about her friend having to sell his house to get funds for his brothers medical treatment, because there wouldn't have been any issue from the hospital providing care as they wouldn't need a large sum of money to do the operation.

Just think about it, why the hell does a country that supposably works together, slow it's own development down and health by demanding this green toilet paper from each other for every single thing ? So if it's not for the money, if half the country breaks it's legs, what, you're just going to leave them to die and then what, what are you going to do when transportation grinds to a halt due to lack of manpower?

The whole true genuine idea of money was just about exchange of goods, all there is to it, you could still exchange wood for horses, but this has been outlawed, only money now, with added rules and the banking system, money has become an enabler of life, instead of a limiter of wealth.

The govt system is also totally broken, like swiss cheese, just take one argument, the fact that you require money to pay for defense to have justice in the court is one of the smoking guns that discredits the whole system right there, by just that one point. So if someone sues you, you can't defend, so you're just treated guilty? Oh they do provide a lawyer … sure, but FINANCES are involved again, and the competence and experience of a lawyer again, WHY ON EARTH COULD THERE BE SUCH SUBJECTIVE FACTORS ALLOWED IN THE PROCESS OF FINDING JUSTICE, so you are subject to the show the lawyers have in court, ridicolous. There was never justice, but selective justice, circumstantial justice.


 No.2067257

To explain the "limiter of wealth" so people don't speculate.

Because in that kind of system prosperity could be astronomic, you'd actually have to introduce limits so that someone doesn't get to have a whole mountain or a whole river.

But also in morals and culture would need to be totally different, relaxed lifestyle without the parasitic nature of endless growth and expansion, you don't need that to advance, that's the fraud of this system, endless growth in financial terms is needed to pay back the ever growing debt or else it all crashes, well wouldn't have any debt in a proper system so is not necessary for a stressful life, it wouldn't be necessary to keep factories running all time to stay afloat, you could actually take a month vacation without much problems after returning, the customers wouldn't suddenly all flee, there be no stock market of any kind of manipulation with the system of that currency, no such thing as insurance companies and speculation on top of savings, risk assesment, and stock trading which is just a casino creating value out of thin air, ofcourse it falls down then easily cause it never existed it was only a perception, so none of that is needed at all for life and, it's only a thing of this system and why it feels so normal is because you never knew anything else and this is exactly what Stargate SG-1 was doing, showing you alternatives you never thought before.


 No.2067259

tek'ma'te


 No.2067321

Interest bump


 No.2067377

>>2067246

>>2067248

>when you don't control your autism and everyone quietly backs away from the thread


 No.2067389

>>2067377

Neat info, imo


 No.2067392

>>2067389

I have no objection to the content it was just funny that so much effortposting resulted in a dead thread instead of conversation.


 No.2067403

>>2067392

I've smothered threads before; it always made me feel so sad.


 No.2067441

>>2067392

Yea. Lulz


 No.2067448

File: 078e6d8bc6f2f2a⋯.png (587.11 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, ClipboardImage.png)

Why did they only use the short-range jump-drive once? Having a fighter that can go under the enemy's shields seems like a massive advantage.


 No.2067474

>>2067448

Pew pew pew

I used to be in a SWTOR guild called, Less QQ more pew pew


 No.2067540

File: 45fa7cf61b84386⋯.jpg (25.35 KB, 700x393, 700:393, tumblr_lvd671Of2W1qk32apo1….jpg)

Bumping for Telc. P.I.


 No.2067550

File: dc0631ea2a20c57⋯.jpg (1.1 MB, 3264x1836, 16:9, 1561597372056-1476097349.jpg)

SG time

Its valas ori kid all growed up ready to kill all.


 No.2067556

File: 08b3b8a27ad0aa2⋯.jpg (1.78 MB, 3264x1836, 16:9, 1561597946453-282015527.jpg)

Attack the ori


 No.2067559

File: ee0810a829ad4e1⋯.jpg (1.39 MB, 3264x1836, 16:9, 1561598060504-1709548588.jpg)

This looks important

Drop a lil C4


 No.2067566

File: ab9993e5d261d29⋯.mp4 (8.5 MB, 640x480, 4:3, 20190626_182240.mp4)


 No.2067575

File: f3eb67c02b39edd⋯.jpg (1.49 MB, 3264x1836, 16:9, 1561598896340577341163.jpg)

Valas mum saves the day


 No.2067585

File: de2077ba9782516⋯.jpg (1.64 MB, 3264x1836, 16:9, 15615992986902067761997.jpg)

Mom n dau


 No.2067594

>>2067575

>>2067585

Why are you not taking proper stills, anon?


 No.2067595

>>2067594

He's obviously a boomer


 No.2067599

File: 2b73415b8cf0558⋯.jpg (812.81 KB, 1920x1920, 1:1, l_int05_big.jpg)

>>2067595

Being a boomer is cool.


 No.2067600

>>2067595

>>2067599

>>2067594

Im 42.

I just thought potato shots on antenna TV would be moar /tv/


 No.2067603

>>2067600

Absolute boomer. *Cracks open a beer*


 No.2067610

File: eed6df1f543236e⋯.jpg (2.33 MB, 3264x1836, 16:9, 15616018179801011827168.jpg)

>>2067603

Cheers


 No.2067615

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>2067610

Don't go for the preprocessed food, anon, it's not good for your health. Do like Lynch and live longer. The cooking process itself is kino, watch some Townsends for inspiration.


 No.2067620

File: 55774c814b7f281⋯.jpg (111.26 KB, 2048x1536, 4:3, FIxLt.jpg)


 No.2067726

Wew

Poped popped back bak for autist bump


 No.2067733

>>2067726

>Tom Bombadil lurks /tv/


 No.2067741


 No.2067863

This bump for Jack


 No.2067878

>>2067392

Well sorry guys, it wasn't my intention to muc, I had this on my mind for probably a few years now and all came down here.


 No.2067882

File: cc3f5a8763747e5⋯.jpg (14.92 KB, 324x308, 81:77, Bra'tac.JPG.jpg)

>>2067878

For the jaffa nation.


 No.2067884

File: 75ceaf18ec9d85b⋯.jpg (1.17 MB, 3264x1836, 16:9, 1561628535953885995407.jpg)

0200 west

SGA


 No.2068067

Bumping 4 baal


 No.2068073

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

I tried out Lexx since this thread recommended it. It's much better than I expected so far.


 No.2068104

>>2068073

Whats the story line behind lexx?


 No.2068105

>>2068104

Batshit insanity


 No.2068106

>>2068105

Such as..?


 No.2068108

>>2068073

The first two seasons are liked by all, third might vary depending on your kino taste but I'd say it has some of the best moments in the series. At one point Stanley visits hell and it's filled with dyke feminists and their homosexual slaves. The fourth season not great but if you like Lexx's sense of humour it's still good and you get a decent ending.

The second season will surprise you. There's an entire episode that's a musical number and it was great.


 No.2068114

>>2068106

The series was written by huge fans of science fiction while drunk in a bar, so everything is out there but also weirdly cohesive and compelling. I wouldn't even know where to begin explaining it or giving examples. You just have to watch it to truly understand.


 No.2068138

>>2068108

>>2068114

Fair e nuff

Sounds good so far..


 No.2068143

File: 1606dd67ac79940⋯.png (2.38 MB, 1710x1442, 855:721, AOC_SG1_ReeseReplicator_Oc….png)

File: 2502684731aed53⋯.jpg (1.82 MB, 2543x4438, 2543:4438, AOC was actually facing an….jpg)


 No.2068177

File: b36b6644e8aa3c4⋯.webm (5.45 MB, 864x486, 16:9, SG1_S5E19_Jackson_Reese_R….webm)

The visual similarity was just too good for me to pass this one up. Forgot the actual clip.

That's it, have fun with the thread, hopefully.


 No.2068195

>>2068138

I heard the phrase "Monty Python's Warhammer 40k" used to describe it, but that still doesn't do it justice.


 No.2068210

File: c21d8453fa4b906⋯.png (69.35 KB, 249x174, 83:58, 250px-Bobby_Goes_Nuts.png)

>>2068195

Ha!

Kek

Even thats too british for merry ol england. God save us all


 No.2068284

Bordom bump


 No.2068386

File: 03fde36540484c8⋯.jpg (35.63 KB, 316x445, 316:445, 71hHtHFuSbL._SY445_.jpg)

Thread nonkill effortpost..

So what about firefly? Never saw but heard nothing but good..


 No.2068391

>>2068386

It was kind of shit. Is a space western except the protagonist is in love with a literal poojeet whore, it's written by Joss Whedon so all the males are btfo'd and only the brown ones are allowed to be masculine. The pilot of their ship is an oil driller. They go on really dumb space cowboy adventures in their papyrus font ship and then the show got cancelled without any resolution. Then they did a rushjob of a movie to conclude the open plot threads.

I really wouldn't recommend it, especially not I'd you haven't seen Farscape and Lexx which are far superior.


 No.2068395

>>2068108

Fourth season is kind of dependent on knowledge of American pop culture. If you are a filthy johnny foreigner you won't get that basically every character outside of the crew is a direct reference to a specific person or event from the late 90s to the early 00s. If you get that and understand what the characters are supposed to be referencing it is absolute nectar.

Third season is still the kinoest. Most of those who don't like it usually say it is because it is such a departure form the first two seasons.


 No.2068396

>>2068391

So noted, anon. Cheers


 No.2068404

File: 4636a1697bc7da6⋯.jpeg (17.91 KB, 259x194, 259:194, images.jpeg)

How the ThunderBird movies..?

I love em imo


 No.2068412

>>2068395

Yes, but I think the American pop culture took the creative edge off the show. While it was still funny and entertaining it was by no means as weird and out there as previous seasons. The guys behind the show were legit surprised when the show got renewed for a fourth season and by going so balls deep into pure drunken insanity earlier I think their well had almost run dry. I mean, where would anyone go after the mythopoetic epic and lulzfest of fire and water? How do you even proceed from there?

With that said I did enjoy the final season and the show certainly hadn't lost its character. Nor the best girl, which is Bunny.


 No.2068415

>>2068412

>I mean, where would anyone go after the mythopoetic epic and lulzfest of fire and water? How do you even proceed from there?

Clearly flying alien mind-control assrape carrots


 No.2068418

>>2068391

The movie was pretty good actually, certainly far superior to the show.


 No.2068421

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Stargate Rewatch SG1 A Matter of Time

(Limited time only)


 No.2068424

>>2068418

I wouldn't go so far as to call it good. It was okay. I was talking about it in relation to and as an ending to the show, which it does a not stellar job off, but you could just watch it on its own and not have a miserable time, sure. It's kind of like Alien Resurrection. It's not offensive and you might like some parts but it's nothing that's going to stick with you.


 No.2068427

>>2068424

>It was okay.

I disagree. The Alliance Operative certainly stuck with me as did the "leaf on the wind" line, and the action and drama were solid. As science fiction movies go, it's one of the better ones.

I watched it before seeing the TV show, so maybe your first impressions were colored by that. Likewise, my impressions of the show were more positive because i started with the movie.


 No.2068432

>>2068418

Wrong

The show expanded a lot on it and when you watch what kind of film Dean Devlin did after that like Geostorm you know they got lucky getting away with plagiarism.

https://oklahoman.com/article/2544065/shawnee-teacher-wins-jury-date-writer-says-mgm-stole-stargate-idea

Roland Emmerich also faced charges of plagiarism for the Day After Tomorrow

https://www.smh.com.au/entertainment/movies/day-after-tomorrow-director-faces-plagiarism-charges-20040613-gdj44y.html

I SUGGEST YOU JUST SHUT THE HELL UP OR I'LL MAKE YOU MY BITCH AND FOURTH WIFE


 No.2068441

File: acc530ad43f16df⋯.png (2.37 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, ClipboardImage.png)

>>2068432

That's great and all, but my post was talking about Serenity


 No.2068581

>>2068441

>>2068432

>>2068427

>>2068424

>>2068421

>>2068418

>>2068415

>>2068412

popcorn

I swear im not trollin its just good bread

How bout mlp


 No.2068594

>>2068391

>Farscape and Lexx which are far superior.

Farscape was a fucking puppet show, it all form over function and Lexx was just straight-up retarded trash.


 No.2068626

>>2066782

>Not even the absolute garbage that was Warehouse 13 and Sliders

>I'm not expecting TV-kino like Lost

Is this bait?


 No.2068642

>>2067448

either the writers forgot (most likely) or they decided to forget about it for the sake of plot/the cgi had already been done

there's plenty of tech that shows up once for an episode and then is never mentioned again despite it having a valuable use several seasons later.

Having a character reference a plot point from an episode several seasons ago just to have it shot down by a quick "the shields have been re modulated to stop the jump drives blah blah" would just come off as pandering and alienating to viewers who don't autistically log every detail about the show, The writers wanted certain things to happen and will ignore things to make them happen.

What i did like though is how the stealth revealing anti bug guns became the new way to fight the black clad clone super soldier guys, but you could tell that the writers needed a way to make the soldiers easy to kill (and re-use old props) and were relieved to hear someone say "hey what about the bug guns, they cost alot of money and we only used them for one episode" so they didn't have to write some bullshit new tech gizmo like they often would do.

There needs to be some kind of disconnection between each season/episode otherwise it feels like you're watching bootleg GOT and not light hearted daytime TV. I fucking hated the ori stuff for exactly that reason. It's ok to have several recurring stories and plot points (daniels ascension, decension, then ascension again… Sams relationship with her father, Tealcs family stuff ect) but i didn't like stargate because of that stuff, it's nice to have a break from the separated episodes but when the whole show revolves solely around a single enemy that each episode is dedicated to dealing with for each episode it becomes just as boring as SG1 goes to planet X finds alien X and discovers X.


 No.2068654

>>2061697

the wraiths were stupid, they looked too evil, all their stuff was made to look evil unlike the Goa'uld. They even refereed to themselves as the Wraiths, what the fuck?

They had no lore, no backstory other than "they consume life every X millennia cos bad" and we learn nothing about their culture or where they came from or where their home planet was or literally anything to give them genuine character.

They could have made the Wraiths expelled from their home galaxy/system/whatever by an enemy who wanted to genocide them and they were forced to evolve that way to survive, they could have made them a genetic experiment gone wrong by the ancients, they could have done anything to give them meaning beside being baddies to kill. Almost all the main races in SG have backstories that usually explain why they do what they do. Replicators were a mistake, goa'uld are required to take hosts otherwise they would die, Asgard are only helping humans because they're going extinct and no other option is available. Even the Eurons (?) from "that one episode" had a legit reason why they were natzees, they were trying to stop overpopulation by people who gave no thought to birth control or genetics and would probably ruin the planet by overpopulation, then only resorted to gassing the whole planet AFTER the war had been started and it was clearly a losing game.

They gave strawman enemies in a single episode a more believable backstory than the main bad guys of a whole spinoff series.

It's also funny watching the puddle jumpers plastic wings jiggle


 No.2068676

>>2061661

>Stargate still beloved

>Battlestar galactica forgotten


 No.2068686

>>2068676

BSG>buck Rogers


 No.2068687

>>2068676

BSG is still loved, there's people in this thread saying they like it more than sg1


 No.2068690

>>2068654

>>2068642

Your preaching to the choir anon

Im too drunk to effortpost so cheers to jack


 No.2068700

File: 22f6832294878d6⋯.jpg (70.42 KB, 1080x450, 12:5, drinks.jpg)


 No.2068947

File: 6876f176f65b054⋯.jpg (26.2 KB, 400x400, 1:1, 1515618794983.jpg)

>>2068441

Oh, well then, sorry.


 No.2069071

>>2068947

>>2068700

Hallowed are the ori


 No.2069105

File: 42165c03a8f93f6⋯.jpg (24.47 KB, 333x250, 333:250, babylon_5-show_2707.jpg)

Watched some B5 last night.

Its getting into the earth civil war


 No.2069195

File: 914c5d314d84146⋯.webm (6.4 MB, 800x450, 16:9, Stargate SG-1 - A Matter ….webm)


 No.2069233

>>2069195

Gay free science fiction. Those were the good old days. To get those back we'd have to kill them all, the enablers. But that'd be illegal. Maybe we'll come across science fiction made on the fly, like blender projects or sfm projects that's fan made and we can enjoy fan fiction done by fans and that way we can enjoy the classics that are gay free and sjw free and cultural marxism free.


 No.2069490

>>2069233

Bumping


 No.2069555

File: 13781600d745f61⋯.gif (1.42 MB, 500x264, 125:66, PB.gif)

>>2067060

She was good in Pitch Black too.


 No.2069698

>>2069555

Yea all 5 scenes she's in until she gets choped in half and carried away screaming by a sworm of bat-things.

I love that fucking movie


 No.2069709

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.



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