Thanks for all the well-wishes. He’s on the mend and already eating like crazy.
Robert Cooper forwarded me the following link under the email heading: “Where were these guys when we were making the show?”
It’s apparently one of a several Stargate-themed entires in hackaday.com’s Sci-Fi Contest Roundup. Others include a staff weapon and a life signs detector. Check ’em out: http://hackaday.com/2014/04/20/sci-fi-contest-roundup-stargate/
Continuing our Stargate: Atlantis re-watch with…Infection!
This one was a lot of fun – and a lot of complicated as well for someone who missed all those episodes about the retrovirus. Still, it moved along at a fair clip and Akemi always finds the wraith hive ship set particularly creepy, especially, in this case, with all the “zombie wraith” running about. Her comments on the episode:
When they receive Todd’s first choppy transmission: “It’s like he is in prison and only gets one call.”
When the mutant wraith springs out of the wall toward the red shirt: “WAAAAAAAAH!”
When the mutant wraith springs out of the darkness toward Sheppard: “WAAAAAAAAH!”
She is really enjoying the Todd character: “Has a sense of humor. But his face hard to read. Hard to tell if he is trying to be funny or not.”
She didn’t think that leaving Keller alone with Todd was a good idea. But, if she was going to be eaten, at least “Jewel looks better than in other episode. I like her straight hair.”
When Sheppard refuses to help Todd: “Why so mean?”
As the hive ship breaks in two: “Beautiful!”
But as the hive ship lands in the water: “Not great computer graphics. I fee like I’m watching Final Fantasy 9 instead of Final Fantasy 14.”
Overall: “I liked this episode so-so. Chotto complicated.”