Jun 252016


Light is the second part of this two part story and continues with the Destiny making a beeline for the primary of the solar system the ship found itself in when it came out of FTL. Of course at this point they are not aware that this was a deliberate choice by the AI of the ship so faced with imminent death extreme measures need to be taken. The sensors pick up three planets in the solar system, the first two are not suitable for human life and the third is behind the sun and impossible to get accurate data on. However to reach the planet in good time the shuttle will have to leave before confirmation of suitability is obtained so the choice is bad to try to save 17 people. Colonel Young picks Scott and TJ to be on the shuttle as pilot and medic and the remaining 15 places are determined by a lottery, Young and Rush remove themselves from the draw. The shuttle departs with the chosen few and the remainder of the crew spend their last few hours, some read, some just walk and some take comfort in their faith or simple companionship. Time ticks by and the planet is scanned by the shuttle and proves to be unworthy for life and back on Destiny there seems to be some confusion as to why they are still alive. Rush figures it out and with a burst of joy (yes he smiles and laughs) takes in the wonder of the Destiny as is cruisers through the photosphere of the star and gathers in the energy rich plasma the ship needs to power her systems.


The call the shuttle and order them to return home but they are unable to rendezvous with Destiny, Rush and Eli do some quick calculations and project a course for the shuttle around the planet building up speed and slinging them out of the system along the same path as the Destiny. Of course they make it back intact and all seems right with the world now they know the method Destiny has been using to power herself for these millennia but for Young the question of did Rush know or suspect this was the case….

Light is another good episode of Stargate Universe and a worthy second part to this story which as we know was originally a single episode called “Fire”. It was great to see Rush smile and be rather civil to more of the people on board but at the end we get the conflict within the character come to the forefront, Rush is always going to be that chaos element in this show. This week podcast promo was for Treks In Scifi a very long running show which was mostly Star Trek specific but has branched out into all aspects of Scifi over the years. We also want to thank Thomas for the long recording session he put up with to record this and last weeks episode and he will return later in the season. Next week however we are going to be joined by Ian for the episode Water, we hope you just us for that and feel free to let us know what you think and spread the word on Stargate.




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Jun 282016

Toren Atkinson
Toren played Scott Dempster on the Stargate Atlantis fourth season episode Midway. He also appeared on the shorts The Veil, Graveyard and has voiced animated shows such as Sword of the Stars, Fort Zombie and has also worked within the art and VFX fields. IMDB Podcast Twitter
Donald Adams
Donald guest starred in the Stargate SG1 episode Beachhead as Latal and has also appeared on Once Upon A Time, Olympus and is in the upcoming Power Rangers movie. IMDB Twitter
Corey Turner
Corey played the helmsman of a BC304 on Stargate Continuum. He has also been in The Dive from Clausen’s Pier, Ambulance Girl and The Elizabeth Smart Story. IMDB

Jun 272016

Gary Jones Interview



Die neue CONVENTION u ENTERTAINMENT Seite. Conventions , Events und Wrestlingshows aus und in Deutschland

Source: ENTertainmentJUNKies | Gary Jones Interview Stargate

Jun 272016

Emma Lahana
Emma played Ava Dixon on the Stargate Atlantis episode Outcast and has appear on Power Rangers DinoThunder, Hellcats, The Guard, After Party, Arctic Air and Haven. IMDB Twitter
Paul Koslo
Paul guest starred as Terok in the Stargate SG1 episode The Serpents Venom and in his long tv and movie career he has been in Hunter, Robot Jox, Falcon Crest, The Flash, Hart to Hart and Roots The Next Generation. IMDB

Jun 262016

Ian Tracey
Ian played Smith in the Stargate SG1 episode Prometheus and had recurring roles on Sanctuary, The Commish, The 4400, Bates Motel and Continuum. He also starred in Rogue, Intelligence and Da Vinci’s Inquest and more recently guest starred on Heartland, The 100 and Killjoys. IMDB
Robert Davi
Robert had a recurring role of Commander Acastus Kolya on six episodes of Stargate Atlantis and also starred on The Profiler. He was a great “realistic” Bond villain in the movie License to Kill and was rocking in Die Hard, he’s now combining his musical career particularly singing the tunes of Sinatra with his tv and movie work.
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Jun 242016

Currie Graham Interview by Lena Lamoray.

“I spoke with Currie Graham about Murder in the First, Westworld, House, working with the cast, the format of the show, and so much more….”

Source: Exclusive Interview: Currie Graham discusses ‘Murder in the First’ and ‘Westworld’

Jun 242016

Nicole Muñoz
Nicole played Hedda in the Stargate Atlantis episode Epiphany, she has also been on Jeremiah,Tru Calling, Defying Gravity, Hemlock Grove, Once Upon A Time, Defiance and Chupacabra vs. the Alamo. IMDB Twitter 
Nicole Muñoz

Jun 232016

Nicole Muñoz

By: Jamie Steinberg

Q) What are the recent projects that you are working on?

A) I did a pilot before Center Stage: On Pointe. It didn’t go ahead, but it was still a really cool pilot. It was…

Source: Nicole Muñoz – Center Stage: On Pointe – Starry Constellation Magazine

Jun 232016

Peter H. Kent
Peter played two characters on Stargate SG1 in three episodes, he was Bak’al in the episode Talion and Kintac in The Devil You Know and Jolinar’s Memories. He has also been on Andromeda, Smallville, Psych, Earthsea, True Justice, Alcatraz, Human Target and Super Heroes Don’t Need Capes. Peter has also done some stunt work on Terminator 2, Total Recall, Twins, Air America and often doubled for Arnold Schwarzenegger. IMDB Official

Dean Wray
Dean played a Genii on the Stargate Atlantis episode Irresponsible. He has also been on Smallville, Harper’s Island, Taken, Traffic, Supernatural, Andromeda and Arctic Air. IMDB

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Jun 222016

The latest Stargate Atlantis novella “The Wild Blue” by Melissa Scott is up on Amazon for pre-order.



Jun 222016

Sarah Edmondson
Sarah played Natania in the Stargate SG1 episode Prophecy, she has also appeared on Andromeda, Continuum, Edgemont, Fringe, Psych and has voiced animated shows such as Max Steel and Inhumans. IMDB Official Twitter


Benz Antoine
Benz played one of the drivers in the Stargate SG1 episode In the Line of Duty and went onto to guest star on The Outer Limits, Shattered, Rogue, Rookie Blue and to star on Blue Murder and the current Canadian crime show 19-2 as Tyler Joseph. IMDB Official Twitter
Charles Zuckermann
Charles was a rebel soldier on the Stargate SG1 episode Icon and has also been in Special Unit 2, Fringe, Jeremiah, Continuum, Arrow and Supernatural. IMDB Twitter

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Jun 212016

Erica Durance
Erica guest starred on just the one episode of Stargate SG1 as Krista James in Affinity but appeared as Lois Lane in 141 episodes of Smallville, she is currently starring as Dr Alex Reid in Saving Hope which is filming it’s fifth season. Erica has also guest starred on The Collector, Andromeda, Harry’s Law and Tru Calling. IMDB Twitter
Erica Durance

Jun 202016

Bonnie Bartlett
Bonnie played Linea in the Stargate SG1 episode Prisoners and the hair triggered Patience on Firefly, she has also appeared on Midnight Caller, V, Kojak, Parks and Recreation, V, Little House on the Prairie and North & South Book 2. IMDB

Bonnie BartlettAidan Drummond
Aidan played the youngster Renord in the Stargate Atlantis episode Trio, he has also appeared on The Collector as Gabriel Slate, The Colt, Last Night in Suburbia and voiced characters on shows such as Edison & Leo and InuYasha The Final Act. IMDB Twitter Behind The Voice
Martin Borycki
Martin was a sound mixer on the Stargate SG1 episode Disclosure. He has also been a boom operator and sound mixer on shows such as Hellcats, Taken, Black Christmas and Trial by Fire. IMDB

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Jun 192016

Andee Frizzell –

Interview with the Stargate Atlantis Wraith Queen

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Source: ENTertainmentJUNKies | Andee Frizzell – Stargate Queen Intervie

Jun 192016

Chelah Horsdal
Chelah has appeared in all three live action Stargate series, she was Lt. Womack in five episodes of Stargate SG1, Erran in the Atlantis episode Tracker and on Universe she was Inman in the webisode Variety. She has also guest starred on Supernatural, Arctic Air, Motive, Hell On Wheels, UnReal, You Me Her, The Returned and played Kate Spencer in five episodes of Arrow. IMDB Twitter Official

Karl Walter Lindenlaub
Karl was the cinematographer on the original 1994 theatrical feature, he also worked on Independence Day, Rob Roy, The Jackal , Guess Who and Universal Soldier. IMDB Official
Chris Bradford
Chris played a Medical Technician in the Stargate SG1 episode Morpheus and has had guest spots on Highlander, Millennium, Fringe, Supernatural and Battlestar Galactica Razor. IMDB
Tanya Champoux
Tanya played the “screaming woman” on the Stargate Atlantis episode Instinct. She has also been on The L Word, 2012, Eureka, The 4400, iZombie and Signed, Sealed, Delivered. IMDB Official

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