SGU Stargate Universe

Air (3) - S1-E3

Corrected entry: At the very end of the episode we can see the shuttle containing Senator Armstrong's body undock from the Destiny and fly off into space. At the beginning of the next episode "Darkness" Colonel Young says "and we still need to figure out what to do with the Senator's body."


Correction: That's not the shuttle, it's an alien ship that was secretly docked with Destiny.

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Corrected entry: The Destiny is following after "seed ships" sent ahead that lay stargates on planets in their path. In the final few episodes of season two the story arc has members of the crew traveling back in time 2000 years to a planet with a stargate in Destiny's path. For this to have happened, a seed ship would have to have arrived and placed a gate more than 2000 years before Destiny arrived. In no other episode was a reason given why a seed ship could or would be that far ahead of Destiny. In fact at one point, Destiny catches up with a seed ship that had been partially disabled, leading to the assumption that they are perhaps decades or maybe even a century or two ahead of Destiny. I can see no logical reason for a seed ship to be 2000 years ahead of Destiny.

Correction: It has been started several times on the show that Destiny was launched several million years ago. Destiny was already in that galaxy with seed ships placing gates.


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Corrected entry: In the last two episodes of season 1, the Lucian Alliance invades Destiny. This makes no sense because the Lucian Alliance is a bunch of smugglers and thieves, and would have no reason to want to invade a ship they can't control, when they would have no way home, and the ship is of no use.


Correction: The Lucian Alliance want Destiny for the same reason that Stargate Command want it; it's Ancient technology.


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Corrected entry: Season 1, episode 9 "Life": The new crew of Destiny discovered a chair in a previously unexplored section of the ship, that was immediately identified as being similar to the one Colonel O'Neill found that downloaded information directly into his brain (Stargate SG-1, "The Fifth Race" and "Lost City, Part 1"). Colonel O'Neill never encountered a chair such as the one that was discovered aboard Destiny - in fact, the device O'Neill found could best be described as a hole in the wall that encased his head in a helmet to secure him for download. That being the case, how could the crew of Destiny instantly determine the chair's purpose?


Correction: The chair in Antarctica (Lost City Part II and Rising SG:A) is similar enough to the one on board Destiny.


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