Here’s a description and preview clip of this week’s episode of STARGATE UNIVERSE, ‘Visistation’.
“Crew members who were left behind on an idyllic planet resurface amid strange circumstances, and Chloe (Elyse Levesque)prepares for the next stage of her life.”
Viewers will remember that Chloe seems to have been infected with alien DNA and seems to be changing physically and mentally.
Guest Star Tygh Runyan (Caine).
Visitation was directed by Will Waring from a screenplay bt Remi Aubuchon.
STARGATE UNIVERSE airs Tuesdays at 9:00 PM ET/PT on SyFy.
Here’s a clip and a description of this week’s new episode of STARGATE UNIVERSE, The Greater Good.
Col. Young (Louis Ferreira)
and Dr. Rush (Robert Carlyle) are trapped on an abandoned alien ship, while Destiny is stranded in deep space. Rush continues to refuse to divulge his secret. (That he has discovered the ship’s bridge, and can control Destiny, so some extent.)
Meanwhile, Lucian Alliance member Ginn (guest star Julie McNiven) and Eli’s (David Blue) relationship continues to develop, as Camille Wray (Ming-Na) discovers in this clip.
Kathleen Munroe and Robert Knepper also guest star.
The episode was directed by Will Waring, from a screenplay by Carl Binder.
Supposedly the audience will discover what the Ancients’ starship Destiny’s original mission was/is in this episode/
STARGATE UNIVERSE airs Tuesdays at 9:00 PM ET/PT.
Here’s a preview of STARGATE UNIVERSE’s “Trial And Error”.
“Col. Young (Louis Ferreira) fears he’s losing his mind after a recurring vision in which the Destiny is attacked and destroyed. Meanwhile, Rush (Robert Carlyle) visits Chloe (Elyse Levesque) in isolation.”
Also, Young’s Earth-bound wife has asked for a divorce, complicating his relationship with T.J. (Alaina Huffman).
STARGATE UNIVERSE Trial and Error was writteb by Joseph Mallozzi & Paul Mullie, and directed by Andy Mikita.
SGU airs Tuesdays at 9:00 PM ET/PT on SyFy. Video via Blastr.com
Here’s a Clip from this week’s new episode of STARGATE UNIVERSE, “Pathogen”.
Looks like Chloe (Elyse Levesque) may be infected by an Alien pathogen that responsible for her quick healing from her gunshot wound — but is it also making her into a spy for the mysterious blue aliens from Season One? Pathogen is directed by series star Robert Carlyle, from a script by Carl Binder.
STARGATE UNIVERSE airs Tuesday at 9:00 PM ET/PT on SyFy, followed by a new episode of CAPRICA. Video via blastr.com
Here’s a preview of STARGATE UNIVERSE’s next episode, “Awakening”.
In this week’s episode, the Discovery encounters another of the Ancient’s ships, and may have found a way to power-up the Stargate enough for a trip back to Earth.
STARGATE UNIVERSE airs Tuesdays at 9:00 PM ET/PT on SyFY. Video via Blastr.com
Also coming out on home video this week: A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET, CAPRICA SEASON 1.0, STARGATE UNIVERS: COMPLETE FIRST SEASON, THE SECRET OF KELLS, GRINDHOUSE SPECIAL EDITION BLU-RAY, and DOCTOR WHO: DREAMLAND
Tuesday, October 5 is overflowing with horror, fantasy, and science fiction titles of all shapes and sizes arriving on home video in various formats: DVD, Blu-ray, and iTunes downloads. The best of the new releases is SPLICE, which arrives in two versions, DVD and Blu-ray. When it hit theatres earlier this year, Vincenzo Natali’s sci-fi horror opus was a bit misrepresented by its advertising campaign, which suggested a SPECIES-type monster movie. Instead, audiences got a thoughtful science fiction film with an overlay of dark satire.
Also out this week is A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET, the unnecessary (and unnecessarily dull) remake of writer-director Wes Craven’s 1984 classic. The new version is slickly made but typically soulless. Somewhat less typically, it is also almost entirely devoid of shocks and suspense. Give this one a pass.
This is one of those rare weeks when classic titles are overwhelming new releases, thanks to some deluxe editions that surpass and eclipse previous home video versions. Horror fans disappointed by the ELM STREET remake can take solace in Warner Brothers Home Video release a two-disc Blu-ray of THE EXORCIST (1973), which includes the original theatrical cut and the so-called “Extended Director’s Cut,” plus three new documentaries. The film is also being made available for download via iTunes for the first time. The extended cut is just a new name for the 2000 theatrical re-issue of the film, which at the time was dubbed “The Version You ‘ve Never Seen” – a sobriquet that hardly makes sense ten years later. Even if (like me) you have previously purchased both versions of the film on DVD (including the excellent 25th anniversary edition), you will find much worth viewing on this disc, thanks to previously unreleased behind-the-scenes footage that provides an amazing glimpse at the making of this horror classic.
If your tastes run more toward fairy tale fantasy, you are in luck: Walt Disney Home Video is releasing a 3-disc Diamond Edition of BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, their 1991 Oscar-nominated blockbuster, which has been unavailable in any form since 2003. (This combo pack will be followed seven weeks later by a 2-Disc standard definition DVD on November 23.) The 3-disc set includes one DVD and two Blu-rays. The DVD features an all-new digital restoration, three versions of the film, sing-along mode (with subtitles for the lyrics), and an audio commentary. The first Blu-ray disc includes the DVD bonus features and the three versions of the film (in high-def, of course), plus more extras, including previously unseen alternate opening and a deleted scene. The second Blu-ray disc offers the bonus features from the old Platinum Edition DVD, plus some new Blu-ray extras, including “Beyond Beauty – The Untold Stories,” “Enchanted Musical Challenge Game,” and “Bonjour, Who is This” – a game in which you use your phone to receive secret messages and guess players’ identities before they guess yours. In a move no one could ever have expected, the abysmal TROLL 2 receives a Blu-ray release this week; the format seems altogether too refined by the cheezy little movie, which has gained some cult notoriety this year, thanks to the art house release of BEST WORST MOVIE, the documentary tracing the lives and reunion of some of the TROLL 2 cast members.
MGM Home Video offers the MGM Sci-Fi Movie Collection. Unfortunately, the company’s 1956 classic FORBIDDEN PLANET is nowhere to be seen. Instead, we get one (WAR GAMES) and a bunch of forgettable duds (SOLAR BABIES, ALIEN FROM L.A. with Kathy Ireland, HACKERS with a young Angelina Jolie film, SPACE CAMP, and a WAR GAMES sequel). Apparently, bargain days have arrived this week, with several previous available titles re-released in two-packs: GROUNDHOG DAY and SO I MARRIED AN AXE MURDERER, HANCOCK and GHOST RIDER, THE GRUDGE and SILENT HILL, BRAM STOKER’S DRACULA and WOLF, FANTASTIC FOUR and X-MEN, THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL and I ROBOT, plus several others.
But wait, there’s more! Also on store shelves this week:
CAPRICA: SEASON 1.0 on DVD
SGU: STARGATE UNIVERS – THE COMPLETE FIRST SEASON on DVD and Blu-ray
THE SECRET OF KELLS on DVD and Blu-ray
GRINDHOUSE two-disc collector’s edition on Blu-ray
THE SLUMBER PARTY MASSACRE COLLECTION on DVD
DOCTOR WHO: DREAMLAND on DVD
DELGO on DVD and two-disc Blu-ray and DVD combo
THE EVIL/TWICE DEAD, a two-pack of Roger Corman Cult Classics
FINGERPRINTS on Blu-ray
THE YEAR WITHOUT A SANTA CLAUS, a deluxe edition
SISTERS on Blu-ray (no not the Brian DePalma original but an unnecessary remake)
And the list goes on and on… All are available in the Cinefantastique Online Store. Click the links below to check them out, or go here.
A Behind the Scenes Tour of STARGATE UNIVERSE with Producer Brad Wright; Plus the Destiny Bridge Set Revealed! from ColliderVideos on Vimeo.
The sets are amazingly detailed, with ceilings and other elements not always found on soundstages. Many are also multi-functional, able to be easily changed and converted into different parts of the ship.
The new bridge has a “gold-leaf” paint scheme, that might give scenes a warmer look— time will tell.
Here’s some stills, also via Collider.
The Destiny’s Bridge — Captain’s chair?
Another Stargate? -No, just most brightly lit. Click for Larger
STARGATE UNIVERSE hasn’t been an easy-to-like television series. The producers, perhaps bored with the engaging and competent characters of STARGATE SG-1 and ATLANTIS, decide to give us a ship full of frightened, angry people, most of them seeming totally unfit or incapable of dealing with their situation. The only “first-string player” was Dr. Rush (Robert Carlyle) — and he’s unpredictable, obsessive, somewhat misanthropic, probably untrustworthy, and quite possibly cracked.
Largely because of the dark (sometimes literally, to the point of not being able to make out what’s going on onscreen) and charmless quality of the episodes, I stopped watching the show regularly after a few episodes. However, friends told me that it improved as it went along, and I began watching more often when it came back after the mid-season break. Having missed certain episodes left me in some puzzlement at the beginning of the season premiere, Intervention. The character T.J. (Lt.. Tamara Johansen, played by Alaina Huffman), the ship Destiny’s medic turned de facto doctor, wakes in a rustic cabin. This is a surprise, because when last seen she was on Destiny, shot by the Lucian Alliance invaders, with her and her unborn child’s life in the balance. Adding to the surreal quality, she meets an old acquaintance, Dr. Caine (Tygh Runyan).
She knew him, but I didn’t—apparently, in the episode Faith last season, he and others who had been trapped on the ship chose to stay behind on a planet that appeared to have been made by aliens, seemingly with the needs of humans in mind. In this “dream or reality” setting she learns her baby (a girl she names Carmen) is alive and well, while back on the ship TJ lies unconscious, the child dead.
On the Destiny, Dannic (Ian Butcher) the furious second in command of the Lucian forces, would just as soon kill all the military personnel, and all of the civilians they don’t need to run the ship, since their leader was killed. Col. Telford (Lou Diamond Philips) was responsible for that, though they still tend to believe that his brainwashing to act in their interest , rather than Earth’s, remains intact— despite some suspicion.
Cooler heads prevail, and the Earth people are sent via the ship’s Stargate to a barely habitable planet. However, Dr. Rush has a plan, and enough control of the ship’s systems to force them to bend to his will. He’s seen to it that the ship’s shields will not hold up to another burst from the nearby pulsar, and it’s radiation will kill everyone not holed up with him in the most protected part of the ship.
Despite objections, Rush will carry out this plan, unless the high-jackers surrender. Dannic refuses, and it looks like a stalemate between two fanatic wills—until a female invader (Ginn, guest star Julie McNiven) takes matters into her own hands.
The civilians and military crew return, and Col. Young (Louis Ferreira) is dismayed to learn it was Dr. Rush who saved the ship, once again. Young suspects Rush of having stranded them on the Ancients’ ship intentionally, and being a calculating, physical coward. Rush feels (with justification) that Young is incompetent to command, an unstable, short-sighted bully and moral coward.
Last season, Rush tried to frame Young for a crime to get him out of the way of his work, and Young beat Rush savagely and left him for dead, stranded on a barren planet. Only the intervention of some unpleasant aliens returned him to the Destiny, and now they’re a lurking menace, hoping to stalk and seize the ship.
Col. Young also learns of the death of the child he had inadvertently fathered with T.J. and takes to drink, while she goes to the observation port and sees the beautiful nebula that she had been shown on the alien’s planet, perhaps comforted with the thought that her daughter might truly be alive.
STARGATE UNIVERSE took its time to develop its characters to the point that viewers were likely to care about whether they lived or died. For many episodes, only the chubby young computer genius Eli Wallace (David Blue) was a consistently likeable presence.
The show initially seemed to suggest that even before being trapped on a spacecraft sailing through another galaxy (yes, it’s that far out), many of these people were out of the their depth, and possibly borderline crazy. That was a big problem, I thought; personal picked to serve off-Earth at a research station should have been more capable, and take some time to break down under the stress of the situation over the course of a few episodes. Instead, you were left to wonder why the hell most of them were ever in their military and scientific positions at all.
Now, you’re beginning to see some of the strength and resourcefulness within them. The actors are good in their roles, and the show is getting very interesting. Maybe they’ll even get enough power to turn on a few more lights.
The recent change to Tuesday at 9:00 PM (ET) from Friday nights seemed to damage the premiere’s ratings, judging from online sources. I hope that people will tune in, even if they had given up before, like I did—because judging from Intervention, this is going to be a much more enjoyable season. STARGATE UNIVERSE: Intervention —MGM Television, SyFy Channel.
Directed by Andy Mikita, written by producers Joseph Mallozzi and Paul Mullie.
Before STARGATE UNIVERSE, Ming-Na was most well known for her role on E.R. However, the acknowledged STAR WARS fan has numerous genre credits listed on her resume: STREETFIGHTER with Jean-Claude Van Damme; the 2008 remake of PROM NIGHT; and PUSH with Chris Evans. She contributed vocal performances to the animated series SPAWN and THE BATMAN, and provided the voice of Aki Ross in FINAL FANTASY: THE SPIRITS WITHIN and of the title character in Walt Disney Pictures’ MULAN. SyFy’s SGU series casts her as Camille Wray, a civilian leader often locking horns with the military over the course to take aboard the Destiny. As part of SyFy’s promotional effort to launch Season Two of STARGATE UNIVERSE, Ming-Na participated in a conference call interview with Lou Diamond Phillips, who has a recurring role as Colonel Telford on the series. Ming-Na’s portion of the transcript is included below. QUESTION: Can you talk about how you came to work on the show?
Ming Na: I met with the casting director because I was very hesitant about wanting to do a show that shoots in Vancouver. I haven’t taken a job outside of LA in a whilem since my kid was born. So that’s like what, eight years. But after speaking with Robert Cooper and him describing the character and the direction that they wanted to go with the show I was pretty much convinced from that conversation to come on board. What about you Lou? QUESTION: What was it like for you all to step into an established franchise like STARGATE?
Ming Na: I was just thankful to be coming into a show that was such a well oiled machine. Because, you know, a lot of times when you’re starting a new show there’s many bumps and hiccups and, you know, chaos in everyone figuring things out and, you know, what goes where and who does what.
And I think when there is that – that – when there isn’t that panic or frantic energy it just gave us all a chance as the actors to come together and be relaxed and have fun and really figure out, you know, the tone and the feel. And, you know, the focus was very different. So I really appreciated that coming into the franchise because I really didn’t know that much about the Stargate franchise prior to. QUESTION: Was it always intended that Camille would be such an integral character or did that evolve as you went along?
Ming Na: Well I’m very happy that the character has evolved the way she has. And it’s probably one of the most complex roles I’ve had the opportunity to play. Yes, that was something that was proposed to me very early on, that Camille Ray will be a more integral part of this series. And so far that’s come true. I don’t have any say as far as where the character goes. And I don’t certainly get paid to be a writer. I’m thankful for the writers for bringing such a strong female character to light. QUESTION: What about your role keeps challenging you?
Ming Na: I think Camille is interesting because she starts off as someone who really wanted to maintain the status quo of what she was used to on Earth and on Icarus Space.And she’s had to really learn to throw that book away and be more instinctual and think more on her feet. So for me I find it fascinating that here’s a woman that she feels like she can compartmentalize her two worlds, her personal life and life in the workforce. And now it’s kind of meshed into where her life and her work is just on Destiny.
And so she’s kind of had to let her hair down. She’s kind of had to resort to tactics that she normally wouldn’t use and finding allies and making friends with people she normally probably wouldn’t make friends with especially the military I think. She works alongside them but it’s interesting how those challenges have been brought to light with the character. QUESTION: What’s it like workign with the green screen, acting to effects that are added later?
Ming Na: I always feel like there’s two – two things that I feel sometimes. One is wow, I’m really being a five year old kid pretending that I’m in outer space and how great is that to be doing it as an adult. And then two, just when it’s such dire life or death situation that challenge is to really believe in that moment and selling it. QUESTION: Can you talk about coming back to Camille for season two and the challenges of finding where she is emotionally at the start of the season?
Ming Na: Yes I think for Camile, she has to come to terms with her situation. I think for season one her ultimate goal was to get everybody back home including herself back to earth and back to a world that she’s comfortable in, she’s familiar with. And now I think with season two it’s the realization that perhaps there is something else that is going to take over as the more important mission in her life and to just start moving forward and embracing that as her world for a while. Because if she can’t then I don’t think she’s capable of leading the civilians to adapt and have a better frame of mind. So I think that’s going to be a new change for a lot of the characters for season two is having this mission that they feel genuinely will help Earth and protect Earth from, you know, of a Alutien Alliance attack. QUESTION: Of the episodes that you filmed for season two so far which is your favorite?
Ming Na: You see, when you ask questions like that you’re just fishing. You’re fishing for some… [spoilers?] My favorite episode is the one that I get to do a lot of stuff. QUESTION: You’ve worked on film, television, and stage. Which do you prefer?
Ming Na: It really depends on, you know, from what perspective you want us to answer that, financially, emotionally? I love theater and sitcoms because I get an immediate feedback from the audience. That’s something that I always get a high from. So I think as an artist that’s very fulfilling. But also for me right now working on a Syfy show where I pretend that I’m in outer space billion… I’m a Star Wars kid, you know? So to actually be able to say that I’m on a show where I’m billions of light years away is so satisfying. I don’t know if that’s the artist in me or just the kid in me but yes, very happy about this ensemble work I’m doing. QUESTION: Could you tell us a little bit about some of the acting challenges you found playing the paraplegic role?
Ming Na: Yes, when that was first brought up to me I was quite nervous about playing a part where I really – I mean I’ve had no experience with someone with that condition or even just understanding it.So I had to do a bit of a research and I went on to YouTube and looked at Christopher Reeves. His was a little bit more severe because he [could not] move his head at all. And Camille was able to move just ever so slightly her head. But ultimately I think for me the challenge was to portray someone who’s not used to that body.That was the hardest thing and to be able to kind of not bring the sense of doom and gloom into being a paraplegic. Because I think as we see from someone like Christopher Reeves, even when they’re in that situation, they do the best they can to live the best life that they can. And he had such a positive approach to that. I wanted to respect all that. So and the challenge is pulling it off. So I hope I did a decent job. But it was very challenging. I was quite nervous about doing it all right…and….conveying the emotion with just your head. That was a lot of from-the-chin-up acting. QUESTION: You called Camile a strong character. What are her strengths and how does that affect your performance?
Ming Na: Well I think in the beginning she comes off as someone who really wants to muscle her way into situations or have her voice heard. And I think it’s just probably her reality in achieving the level of success that she’s had at the, you know, in the IOA and going by the books and doing all the right things and being the right diplomat in all the situations. So in that sense I think any woman who has to play in a man’s field and succeed in it is strong.
But now she’s also in a situation where on Destiny there are really no rules. You have to sort of re-create the rules and the guidelines. In a way we the crew aboard Destiny has to become tribal and learn to live with each other and work with each other. I think in that sense she has to force herself to take that leadership role in guiding or helping the civilians.
And I think what is part of the great intrigue and fun of Stargate Universe, you know…[is] when you are thrown into a situation where you have no other support system but what is in front of you, it does [force] you to have to have a better awareness of yourself.
QUESTION: Robert Carlyle directed an episode. What was it was like working with him as a director versus a cast mate?
Ming Na: Oh he was just fabulous. And I had no doubt from the start that he would do a great job. I mean because he’s just such an instinctual and yet at the same time analytical actor that I just knew that he would do a thorough job as far as what he was going to be as an actor and also bringing some of his insights to guide us as actors. But ultimately for me it was just fun to see Robert like he was a little kid in a candy store. He just had such a great time. And I really enjoyed him as a director. QUESTION: Any plans to return to the theater?
Ming Na: Oh sure. Unfortunately it’s more tough to do it in LA because…just the commute alone would kill to get to the 7 o’clock call. QUESTION: The ancient communications stones have been used more in SGU than any of the other Stargate series. What are your thoughts on body swapping?
Ming Na: Oh my goodness well, you know, the stone thing, even by the third time of doing it I was still thoroughly confused. I was really like wait, wait, wait. Now who…? It’s like okay now okay, I’m wearing the other person’s clothes. But why is my hair up and her hair is down? And do we keep the same hair? I don’t wear the jewelry because I’m not in my body; okay I don’t wear that jewelry. So, you know, it just took a little getting used to whose body I was actually in.
I think it’s really relevant and important for the Stargate franchise. Because one of the main elements of this show – for all three shows – is that there is always an attachment to Earth and in its current timeframe. This show isn’t set in the future. It’s not set in the past. It’s set in the now. And it’s quite important I think to the Stargate fans to always have that reminder and to maintain that connection with Earth. QUESTION: It provides interesting acting opportunities.
Ming Na: Yes. I have to say that of all the shows I’ve done this has been the most challenging role because a lot of times, you know, whether playing a gay character or someone who’s a quadriplegic and, you know, and some of the other stuff that we’re doing in season two, it’s great for an actor to be challenged this way. QUESTION: SGU is different from the other shows with more of a Battlestar Galactica tone. How do you think SGU furthers the Stargate franchise?
Ming Na: Wow. Well, you know, in a weird way, we are a show that stands on its own in its style and in its story telling. And that’s one thing that’s very different from the other Stargates. But I think it pushes the envelope so much more. I mean our show is quite serious and dramatic in a really dark way. I don’t know is – I think it moves it in a whole other direction but for the better in its storytelling and furthering the whole idea of what – who created the Stargate, what it’s about, you know, what is it for, you know, what is the ultimate wisdom and reason for these Stargates. I think, you know, we’re still searching for that answer. QUESTION: Your character along with Telford, Rush, and Young all seem like they think they should be in charge. Looking at it from the outside, who do you think is right?
Ming Na: I think ultimately it still should be Young because he has the persona and the personality for it personally. I believe Ray has tried out of necessity, not out of ambition, and realized that it’s just something that she’s not comfortable with, you know. I don’t think everyone can handle making life and death decisions for someone else. It takes special military mind I believe. And I think Young can handle that. You know, Rush, he doesn’t seem to have much of a consciousness for it. So and I think Ray has too much. You know, she would be too emotionally devastated if she has to send someone to their death, yes. QUESTION: Are you still fascinated by the level of detail and believability in the sets?
Ming Na: Oh yes absolutely. You know, I think because we do have to use our imagination so much when it comes to the green screens or the aliens and, you know, these situations that the writers put us in, it’s fabulous that they have spent the time and the energy and the artistry to create such a beautiful set for us. You know, it helps; every little bit helps.
And there’s this sense of importance in contributing because, you know, you see someone put so much work and detail into the set you’re like well, then I have to really put in my 200% to yes, to be respectful of it. Although I have been in theater where we have just like a cheesy block and we have to make something out of it…
And it’s so much fun. I just – I’m always tickled every time I go on our set and go wow, this is our sandbox. How much fun is it! QUESTION: Is it fun having these great guest stars in?
Ming Na: Yes. Kathleen Quinlan and, you know – I didn’t realize French Stewart had been in the original. So I had to rent that movie again just to watch him, you know. And the man really, he hasn’t changed that much, his face. It’s all – it’s still the same. But what a wonderful little bit of history that is. QUESTION: Why do you think people keep turning in to watch the show?
Ming Na: Oh because it’s so good. Am I being modest? I – you know what? I am so proud of our show. I just watched the season two trailer. And I never – I’m not the type of actor that like toots her horn or, you know, or like oh please, I’m on this commercial or oh I’m going to be on this talk show and I email and bombard everyone with an email. But I just watched the season two trailer and I’m so proud of our show and everyone who works on it that, you know, I’m sitting here this morning like sending out this trailer say you guys you have to watch this trailer. I’m so proud of my show. So I think that an actor that’s actually in it gets so excited there must be something that’s happening that’s right.
And when I watch that trailer – because a lot of times we’re just looking at green screens and then when the vis effects people are adding this amazing tableau of artistry – it blows my mind as a Syfy geek. I’m looking at the ship, I’m looking at the aliens, I’m like oh my God this is my show. It’s fabulous. QUESTION: For people who have never Stargate, why should they tune in this season?
Ming Na: Because if you’re looking for a show that has a lot of action and great writing and acting and is even if you’re not a sci-fi fan I think you would really enjoy Stargate Universe because it just has so much to offer.
It’s got the love stories. It’s got the, you know, life and death situation. And it’s got humor and just some really great characters to sink your, you know, teeth into so I think for all those reasons. And it’s just a great looking show.
Here’s a new look at highlights of Season One and previews of Season Two of SyFy’s STARGATE UNIVERSE.
The Official Description of the season opener, Intervention.
“Control of the Destiny hangs in the balance as the battle continues between the crew and the Lucian Alliance.
Colonel Young and most of his military personnel are held at gunpoint by the Lucian Alliance. While Dannic has no hesitations to kill them, he is convinced by Varro to leave them on the nearest planet. Shortly after arrival the Destiny crew find themselves joined by Varro and those of his men now deemed as traitors by Dannic. When a deadly electrical storm begins to brew, all must work together to find safe shelter and survive.
“Meanwhile Dr. Rush, Brody, Chloe and Eli have sealed themselves off in the hydroponics lab and have managed to obtain some control of the ships power. Dr. Rush conceives a risky plan to force Dannic and the Lucians to surrender by draining the power from most of the ships shields killing anyone outside hydroponics by radiation.
Not willing to give up, Dannic locks into a standoff with Rush knowing his plan will also kill those members left aboard not protected by the lab. Chloe and Eli plead with Rush to think of Lt. Johansen who’s trapped in the infirmary recovering.”
STARGATE UNIVERSE: ‘Intervention’ airs Tuesday, September 28th at 9:00 PM ET/PT.
If you need to catch up on the story so far, there’s an all day marathon Tuesday, with the two-part Season One Finale ‘Incursion’ airing from 7:00 PM and 8:00 PM Eastern Time.