Wigglez wrote:Just remember. The sword is an extension of your arm. Use it as if you're going to karate chop someone with your really long sharp ass hand.
Jacoiros wrote:The Wraith, if only because you have specified (I suppose that by mistake), that they have support of an 11 km long warship with space to ground bombardment capability and beam teleporters.
Shadowman wrote:And I only gave the Goa'uld two Al'Kesh because I thought a Goa'uld Ha'tak would be overkill. (One has the firepower of several nukes)
T-Macksimus wrote:Omaga red wrote:i know ill burn for this
Prime: IT's Morphing time!
A squad of Go-Bots is coming to drag you to Hell even as we speak!
estrelliaes wrote:And Atlantis is actually good and dosnt have any 'funny' episodes unlike Stargate SG1.Which was run by idiots sometimes.
Senor Hugo wrote:I'm confused by how you mean consistent.
When doing a sci-fi show, the door is literally open to a plethora of ideas. Everything is possible, which makes Sci-fi great. However, not every idea can fit into the realm of serious, something so out there that you just can't take it seriously for long.
Perfect example, the episode of SG-1, where O'Neill and Teal'c get caught in a time loop. So they end up reliving the same day over and over. The Groundhogs Day episode. It started off serious, but then it took the turn to make it realistic, where if you were reliving the same day over and over, you'd do whatever the hell you wanted for awhile. It added a good amount of humor, kept the episode interesting, but still had the serious tone and suspense to it.
Plus the serious episodes vastly outweighed the humor episodes.
You can't keep sci-fi serious all the time. Otherwise it'd become 24: In Space. And nobody wants that.