Off Topic: Stargate: Atlantis/SG-1 Premiere Reviews @ GENRE ONLINE.NET!

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  1. Writer R5

    Writer R5 Guest

    Here are my reviews for the eighth season premiere of "Stargate: SG-1" and the
    series premiere of "Stargate Atlantis" at GENRE ONLINE.NET:

    Stargate: SG-1: Eighth Season Premiere: "New Order":
    http://www.genreonline.net/Stargate_SG1_Season_8_New_Order_Sci_Fi.html

    Stargate: Atlantis: Series Premiere: "Rising":
    http://www.genreonline.net/Stargate_Atlantis_Series_Premiere_SciFi.html

    Please drop by and visit... Thank you.

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    Writer R5, Jun 16, 2004
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    Ant Guest

    "Writer R5" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > Here are my reviews for the eighth season premiere of "Stargate: SG-1" and

    the
    > series premiere of "Stargate Atlantis" at GENRE ONLINE.NET:
    >
    > Stargate: SG-1: Eighth Season Premiere: "New Order":
    > http://www.genreonline.net/Stargate_SG1_Season_8_New_Order_Sci_Fi.html
    >
    > Stargate: Atlantis: Series Premiere: "Rising":
    > http://www.genreonline.net/Stargate_Atlantis_Series_Premiere_SciFi.html
    >
    > Please drop by and visit... Thank you.
    >
    > GENRE ONLINE.NET: The Web Resource For Home Video Entertainment & More
    > http://www.genreonline.net
    > Mark A. Rivera - Writer/Reviewer/Editor/Webmaster
    >


    Damn you.... Damn you to hell.

    How I wish I could get a hold of one of those to watch new Stargate... You
    are now held in a position of envy by me.

    Seriously, how'd you score them?

    Ant
     
    Ant, Jun 17, 2004
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    Ronald Cole Guest

    Re: Off Topic: Stargate: Atlantis/SG-1 Premiere Reviews @ GENREONLINE.NET!

    "Ant" <> writes:
    > "Writer R5" <> wrote in message
    > news:...
    >> Here are my reviews for the eighth season premiere of "Stargate: SG-1" and

    > the
    >> series premiere of "Stargate Atlantis" at GENRE ONLINE.NET:
    >>
    >> Stargate: SG-1: Eighth Season Premiere: "New Order":
    >> http://www.genreonline.net/Stargate_SG1_Season_8_New_Order_Sci_Fi.html
    >>
    >> Stargate: Atlantis: Series Premiere: "Rising":
    >> http://www.genreonline.net/Stargate_Atlantis_Series_Premiere_SciFi.html
    >>
    >> Please drop by and visit... Thank you.
    >>
    >> GENRE ONLINE.NET: The Web Resource For Home Video Entertainment & More
    >> http://www.genreonline.net
    >> Mark A. Rivera - Writer/Reviewer/Editor/Webmaster
    >>

    >
    > Damn you.... Damn you to hell.
    >
    > How I wish I could get a hold of one of those to watch new Stargate... You
    > are now held in a position of envy by me.
    >
    > Seriously, how'd you score them?


    You'll see them next month like everyone else will. Or you can
    download the bittorrent and watch it that way.

    --
    Forte International, P.O. Box 1412, Ridgecrest, CA 93556-1412
    Ronald Cole <> Phone: (760) 499-9142
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    Ronald Cole, Jun 18, 2004
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    Writer R5 Guest

    >Seriously, how'd you score them?
    >
    >Ant
    >


    They just sent them to me. I review TV shows too and I've been covering
    Stargate since SCI FI first acquired it. I think this eigth season shows
    promise too. I'd love to see it go on longer as well as long as the writers can
    keep it interesting.
    GENRE ONLINE.NET: The Web Resource For Home Video Entertainment & More
    http://www.genreonline.net
    Mark A. Rivera - Writer/Reviewer/Editor/Webmaster
     
    Writer R5, Jun 18, 2004
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    Mark Spatny Guest

    Writer R5, says...
    > They just sent them to me. I review TV shows too and I've been covering
    > Stargate since SCI FI first acquired it. I think this eigth season shows
    > promise too. I'd love to see it go on longer as well as long as the writers can
    > keep it interesting.


    It's possibly the most underrated Sci-fi show on TV. I wish more sci-fi
    shows were able to keep the quality up the way SG-1 does. I'll take the
    worst Stargate SG-1 episode over any Enterprise episode. The writers are
    so much better. And they don't have to resort to large-chested women in
    their underwear rubbing "decontamination cream" on themselves to keep
    viewers tuned in.
     
    Mark Spatny, Jun 24, 2004
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    Writer R5 Guest

    My personal favorite is Babylon 5. I find it ironic that series creator J.
    Michael Straczynski pitched a series to Paramount that will take place in the
    Star Trek Universe and Rick Berman is developing a non-Trek TV series. Just ten
    years ago the folks behind Star Trek smugly remarked that "We're not worried"
    regarding Babylon 5. Now I love Star Trek in all it's incarnations and I want
    to see Enterprise live long and prosper, but I really think Trek needs some new
    creative blood. The Xindi story arc was too little too late and I can't say how
    many times I felt they dropped the ball on Voyager. Well, we'll see.
    GENRE ONLINE.NET: The Web Resource For Home Video Entertainment & More
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    Writer R5, Jun 24, 2004
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    jayembee Guest

    Mark Spatny <> wrote:

    > It's possibly the most underrated Sci-fi show on TV. I wish
    > more sci-fi shows were able to keep the quality up the way
    > SG-1 does. I'll take the worst Stargate SG-1 episode over
    > any Enterprise episode. The writers are so much better. And
    > they don't have to resort to large-chested women in their
    > underwear rubbing "decontamination cream" on themselves to
    > keep viewers tuned in.


    Although the show has guest-starred (and will again this year)
    a woman who is best known for being in her underwear and
    rubbing decontamination cream on herself. :)

    -- jayembee
     
    jayembee, Jun 24, 2004
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    Dick Sidbury Guest

    jayembee wrote:

    > Mark Spatny <> wrote:
    >
    >
    >>It's possibly the most underrated Sci-fi show on TV. I wish
    >>more sci-fi shows were able to keep the quality up the way
    >>SG-1 does. I'll take the worst Stargate SG-1 episode over
    >>any Enterprise episode. The writers are so much better. And
    >>they don't have to resort to large-chested women in their
    >>underwear rubbing "decontamination cream" on themselves to
    >>keep viewers tuned in.

    >
    >
    > Although the show has guest-starred (and will again this year)
    > a woman who is best known for being in her underwear and
    > rubbing decontamination cream on herself. :)
    >

    OK, Jerry, my wife is the fan of SG-1 in this house and I don't want to
    ask HER who you're referring to, so please give this
    not-very-often-watching SG-1 curiosity seeker a hint.

    dick
     
    Dick Sidbury, Jun 24, 2004
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    jayembee Guest

    Dick Sidbury <> wrote:

    > jayembee wrote:
    >
    >> Mark Spatny <> wrote:
    >>
    >>
    >>> It's possibly the most underrated Sci-fi show on TV. I wish
    >>> more sci-fi shows were able to keep the quality up the way
    >>> SG-1 does. I'll take the worst Stargate SG-1 episode over
    >>> any Enterprise episode. The writers are so much better. And
    >>> they don't have to resort to large-chested women in their
    >>> underwear rubbing "decontamination cream" on themselves to
    >>> keep viewers tuned in.

    >>
    >>
    >> Although the show has guest-starred (and will again this
    >> year) a woman who is best known for being in her underwear
    >> and rubbing decontamination cream on herself. :)
    >>

    > OK, Jerry, my wife is the fan of SG-1 in this house and I
    > don't want to ask HER who you're referring to, so please give
    > this not-very-often-watching SG-1 curiosity seeker a hint.


    Mark was referring to the infamous scene in the pilot episode
    of ENTERPRISE where T'Pol and one of the other crewmembers --
    can't remember which one -- rubbed decom gel on each other.

    (They may have done it since then, but I haven't watched that
    show since the third episode.)

    Anyway, Jolene Blalock, who plays T'Pol, was a guest-star on
    an SG-1 episode last season, and she's due for a reappearance
    sometime this season.

    -- jayembee
     
    jayembee, Jun 25, 2004
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    Mark Spatny Guest

    Writer R5, says...
    > My personal favorite is Babylon 5.


    Agreed, but I was discussing shows still on the air. I have been
    watching the series through on DVD again. When B5 went to cable, I never
    saw the last season because I only had off-the-air TV. So I am finally
    catching up. I'm down to the last episode, which I am waiting to watch
    this weekend when I can see it undisturbed by outside interruptions.
     
    Mark Spatny, Jun 27, 2004
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