Stargate Universe is set on the Ancient ship Destiny, which was launched unmanned hundreds of thousands of years ago. Several ships were sent ahead of it to seed the universe with Stargates. The Ancients had planned on using the Stargate to board Destiny when it was far out enough into the universe, but learned how to ascend before that time. In order to reach this ship, an address would have to be dialed consisting of nine chevrons, a possibility that had been unknown in the previous Stargate series.
The series begins when a team of soldiers and scientists from present-day Earth step through the Stargate to find the Destiny after their base is attacked. Many of its primary systems are damaged or failing, and they are unable to maneuver the ship or even return to Earth. However, the Destiny periodically stops to dial the Stargate to planets with necessary supplies to repair the ship. The writers have discussed the possibility that each season represents a voyage of the Destiny through a different galaxy.
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The Stargates were created millions of years ago by an alien race known as the Ancients; their modern history begins when Egyptologist Daniel Jackson deciphers their workings in the Stargate film.
A Stargate is a portal device that allows practical, rapid travel between two distant locations. Within the Stargate fictional universe, Stargates are large rings composed of superconductors with nine "chevrons" spaced around their circumference. The inner ring, which rotates within the outer, contains thirty-eight unique symbols representing star constellations and one symbol representing the planet or point of origin. Pairs of Stargates function by generating an artificial stable wormhole between them, allowing one-way travel through. The symbols on the inner ring of the Stargate correspond to constellations and serve to map out coordinates for various destination planets. A typical Stargate measures 6.7 m (22 ft) in diameter, weighs 29,000 kg (64,000 lbs) and is made of the fictional heavy mineral "naqahdah".[/release]
[release][b][u]Season one episode list[/u][/b]
Episode 1 - Air: Part 1
[sp]During an official visit to top secret base Icarus, an attack is made, forcing the team to evacuate. Before they could evacuate to Earth, Dr. Nicholas Rush dials a nine chevron address, sending them to Destiny, an Ancient starship located billions of lightyears from Earth.[/sp]
Episode 2 - Air: Part 2
[sp]After arriving on the Destiny, the team discovers that the ship's life support system is failing, and they must find a way to fix it.[/sp]
Episode 3 - Air: Part 3
[sp]The Destiny dials the Stargate to a desert planet which has a mineral needed to repair the life support system. Meanwhile, Chloe Armstrong has a last chance to see her mother.[/sp]
Episode 4 - Darkness: Part 1
[sp]Power fails on the Destiny, but the ship has maneuvered toward three probably-habitable planets to save the crew. Meanwhile, Eli Wallace records individual messages from the crew in case they don't survive.[/sp]
Episode 5 - Light: Part 2
[sp]Following from the end of "Darkness", the Destiny is on a collision course with a star. A plan is devised to use the last working shuttle to evacuate to one of the three planets. However, there is only room for seventeen people and no time for additional trips, so a lottery is held to determine who will leave. Ultimately it's discovered Destiny was flying into the sun to replenish its power and afterwards the shuttle docks with Destiny which jumps back into FTL.[/sp]
Episode 6 - Water
[sp]The ship arrives at an ice planet so the crew can replenish their water supply. While Scott and Young look for suitable ice, the rest of the crew learns that the living dust cloud from "Air (Part 3)" has stowed away on the ship and is rapidly absorbing their remaining water.[/sp]
Episode 7 - Earth
[sp]Young, Eli, and Chloe use the Ancient communication device to contact Earth. Telford takes over command of the Destiny during the switch, while Williams and Jack O'Neill inform the trio about a potentially dangerous plan that could bring them all back to Earth.[/sp]
Episode 8 - Time
[sp]During a mission to a jungle planet, the crew finds a Kino from the future that predicts their death from a virulent disease. However, even armed with the knowledge of their deaths, finding a way to stop the disease proves problematic.[/sp]
Episode 9 - Life
[sp]The scientific crew find an ancient chair interface similar to one in Antarctica used by O'Neill. Lt. Scott and Camille visit their loved ones using the communication stones.[/sp]
Episode 10 - Justice
[sp]Sgt. Spencer is found dead, and Col. Young is implicated in his possible murder. Meanwhile, a crew member tries to use the chair interface and Rush is marooned on an alien planet, when Col. Young discovers that Rush is the one who framed him.[/sp]
Episode 11 - Space: Part 1
[sp]A malfunction with the communication stones puts Young accidentally finding himself onboard an alien vessel before quickly transporting back onto Destiny. When the expedition tries to get into contact with the aliens, they find themselves under attack. Chloe is kidnapped and when Col. Young attempts a rescue, he finds Rush as a prisoner on the ship. Together Rush and Chloe escape and Rush makes peace with Col. Young for the sake of the crew.[/sp]
Episode 12 - Divided: Part 2
[sp]Rush suspects that following the events of "Space", there may be a tracking device on Destiny's hull, while a group executes a coup onboard. The Destiny then comes under attack from the aliens. The military members of the crew are locked up in a section of the ship. Young and Greer escape and let the rest of the military go, and find out that Rush was implanted with a tracking device, and he was afraid that if Young knew about it, he would be killed. The tracking device is removed, and the Destiny jumps into FTL.[/sp]
Episode 13 - Faith
[sp]The Destiny arrives at a star system that shouldn't exist. The crew discover a planet there that could meet all of their needs.[/sp]
Episode 14 - Human
[sp]Rush risks his life in an experiment involving the ship's chair interface and flashes back to when he was recruited into the Stargate Program. Gloria Rush, his deceased wife, and Michael Shanks as Daniel Jackson appear in the flashbacks.[/sp]
Episode 15 - Lost
[sp]The off world team is trapped in some ruins on a planet, and the ordeal brings back memories of Greer's abusive father and inept mother. Meanwhile, the crew on the Destiny continues their attempt at gaining access to the ship's flight controls, so they can rescue Eli, Chloe, Scott and Greer.[/sp]
Episode 16 - Sabotage
[sp]One of the FTL drives of Destiny explodes, and the crew suspects the aliens that kidnapped Rush and Chloe have taken control of one of the crew members.[/sp]
Episode 17 - Pain
[sp]When the crew suffers from vivid hallucinations that tap into their personal fears, Tamara Johansen isolates the affected from the rest and then tries to seek out the cause of the affliction as it spreads and becomes life-threatening.[/sp]
Episode 18 - Subversion
[sp]A blended memory from a communication stone side effect causes Rush to suspect Colonel Telford of collaborating with the Lucian Alliance. Colonel Young and General Jack O'Neill formulate a plan to expose the mole, which requires a little help from Daniel Jackson.[/sp]
Episode 19 - Incursion: Part 1
[sp]The Lucian Alliance finds a way to board the Destiny and takes several crew members hostage. Samantha Carter tries to locate the captured Rush and the planet from which they are gating to Destiny.[/sp]
Episode 20 - Incursion: Part 2
[sp]Destiny has a power failure which causes failure of an attempt by Young to overpower the Lucian Alliance leader, Kiva, who shoots a hostage in retaliation. They later realise these power failures are caused by the radiation of a binary neutron star and Destiny is diverting all power to the shields to compensate. Young decides to surrender control of the ship while sending Rush to hide and regain control from one of the other panels aided by Telford. When Kiva and Telford shoot each other the new leader of the Lucian Alliance decides this must be a plot and separates the civilians from the military personnel to "put an end to this". All military personnel are about to be executed when the next burst hits the ship.[/sp]
[b][u]Season two episode list[/u][/b]
Episode 1 - Intervention: Part 3
[sp]Colonel Young and the crew continue to clash with the Lucian Alliance soldiers over control of the Destiny, while the unconscious Lt. Johansen experiences a vision.[/sp]
Episode 2 - Aftermath
[sp]Rush finds Destiny's bridge, but keeps it a secret while sending a team via shuttle to investigate a planet with an inactive Stargate. While Young and Wray argue over the future of the Lucian Alliance captives, the shuttle crashes on the planet while Destiny prepares to jump to FTL.[/sp]
Episode 3 - Awakening
[sp]The Destiny docks with an ancient Stargate-seeding ship. Rush, Eli, and the scientists try to link the ships' power together to dial Earth, while Scott and Greer explore the ship. The group encounters an alien and tries to befriend it. When Col. Young decides to capture the alien, the alien escapes and the other aliens that were with it decide to reverse the energy transfer, interrupting the dialing and threatening to leave Destiny power-drained and adrift.[/sp]
Episode 4 - Pathogen
[sp]When Eli and Rush realize Chloe is acting strangely, they investigate and determine that a pathogen placed by her alien captors allows them to control her and learn the secrets of Destiny.[/sp]
Episode 5 - Cloverdale
[sp]Lieutenant Scott is infected by a plant-like organism while surveying a planet, and suffers severe hallucinations of another life back home on Earth.[/sp]
Episode 6 - Trial and Error
[sp]Colonel Young sees a recurring vision of Destiny being attacked and destroyed by hostile aliens, causing him to fear he is losing his mind.[/sp]
Episode 7 - The Greater Good
[sp]When Young and Rush are trapped on an abandoned alien ship, Rush has Amanda Perry brought on board in an attempt to steer Destiny to them while keeping his secret.[/sp]
Episode 8 - Malice
[sp]Simeon makes his escape from Destiny, sending Nicholas Rush on a vengeful mission to catch him. But Young and Greer must attempt to retrieve Simeon unharmed.[/sp]
Episode 9 - Visitation
[sp]Members of the crew left behind in another galaxy make a shocking return to Destiny, while Chloe deals with the inevitable consequences of her transformation.[/sp]
Episode 10 - Resurgence
[sp]The crew's newfound control over Destiny's flight path introduces new risks when they find themselves in the middle of a war between two races.[/sp]
Episode 11 - Deliverance
[sp]With Destiny up against a fleet of drones, the crew is surprised by the arrival of an old foe. Chloe faces her former captors when the crew decide to hand her over.[/sp]
Episode 12 - Twin Destinies
[sp]Rush expresses concerns when Earth approves Eli's plan to dial the Stargate home from inside a star -- and is proved right when a duplicate of himself shows up with a warning from the future.[/sp]
Episode 13 - Alliances
[sp]While a U.S. Senator visits Destiny, Camille and Sgt. Greer are trapped when Homeworld Command comes under alien attack.[/sp]
Episode 14 - Hope
[sp]Chloe's body is taken over by the mind of someone the crew believed was dead. Meanwhile, T.J. must perform a dangerous transplant when Dr. Volker is diagnosed with an illness that threatens his life.[/sp]
Episode 15 - Seizure
[sp]Homeworld Command tries to convince an ally occupying a naquadria-rich planet to let them try to dial Destiny, but suspects they have already been infiltrated by the Alliance.[/sp]
Episode 16 - The Hunt
[sp]The crew organize a desperate rescue mission after a predatory creature attacks an offworld team and takes two people captive.[/sp]
Episode 17 - Common Descent
[sp]Destiny comes upon a colony where the people claim their civilization was founded two thousand years earlier ... by Destiny's crew.[/sp]
Episode 18 - Epilogue
[sp]While attempting to return a group of colonists to their home, the crew finds records of their own alternate lives -- and a planet on the verge of seismic destruction.[/sp]
Episode 19 - Blockade
[sp]Destiny is attacked by drone ships while attempting to recharge its power reserves, forcing most of the crew to gate to a nearby planet while Eli tries a risky alternative.[/sp]
Episode 20 - Gauntlet
[sp]When Destiny is surrounded by drone command ships at every turn, the crew must take a stand or risk being set adrift forever.[/sp]
All episodes and viewing times can be found [url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Stargate_Universe_episodes]here[/url].[/release]
If the wikipedia page is accurate, SGU's new episode is ; HOLY SHIT ITS TOMORROW :pcgaming:
I didn't really like the series so far, it just doesn't feel like Stargate anymore. I understand that they are trying to make the characters more believable (which is good when done the right way like Battlestar Galatica) but they aren't doing it right in this. I am optimistic though and [I]hopefully[/I] it will grow better as time goes on. I don't want the Stargate series to end with a piece of shit.
It feels like a completely different show, because it is. It doesn't have that classic Stargate feel, because it's not classic Stargate.
It's really slow and is obviously pretty low budget, but I love it all the same.
It's on now?
More Aliens, less sex.
Christ, you people are worse than the people bashing the new sonic game cause he's got too long legs.
Stop fucking complaining, enjoy it or dont watch it.
[QUOTE=Nilus;21119748]Christ, you people are worse than the people bashing the new sonic game cause he's got too long legs.
Stop fucking complaining, enjoy it or dont watch it.[/QUOTE]
This will always be a problem. Think about it, Stargate sg1 was sci fi action. Stargate atlantis was sci fi action. This dude has taken the concept in a new direction and with every new direction there will be people that disagree with it. I'm waiting to see how it goes, but so far i can't help but think it's just a soap opera in space.
The new trailer is promising though.
The new episode is on in 9 Hours and 56 Minutes
[QUOTE=Smartguy5000;21119813]The new episode is on in 9 Hours and 56 Minutes[/QUOTE]
WHY IS TIME SO SLOW?!
Maybe if I freeze myself...
[QUOTE=GoldenBullet;21119802]This will always be a problem. Think about it, Stargate sg1 was sci fi action. Stargate atlantis was sci fi action. This dude has taken the concept in a new direction and with every new direction there will be people that disagree with it. I'm waiting to see how it goes, but so far i can't help but think it's just a soap opera in space.
The new trailer is promising though.[/QUOTE]
I totally agree but why do people watch it only to complain about how it's not what they want?
[QUOTE=Nilus;21121641]WHY IS TIME SO SLOW?!
Maybe if I freeze myself...
I totally agree but why do people watch it only to complain about how it's not what they want?[/QUOTE]
They watch it because it's stargate and they expect to be entertained like the last many episodes of sg1/atlantis.
The show was designed to coincide with SyFy channel's new edgy image, so it has to hide the good sci-fi bits inside the new edgy crap. Look hard, and you'll find some of the classic Stargate spirit that we've come to know and love.
Stargate Universe is stupid and according to me, SG:U is to the Stargate series like Kingdom of the Crystal Skull is to the Indiana Jones series
Jesus, THE SHIP IS BILLION OF LIGHT YEARS AWAY FROM EARTH, and it's in unknown galaxys - Do you really think there are going to aliens there waiting for them?
You don't think they are going to jump right into action and place a alien do you? They have to let you get used to what's around you.
[QUOTE=stylee32;21128064]Jesus, THE SHIP IS BILLION OF LIGHT YEARS AWAY FROM EARTH, and it's in unknown galaxys - Do you really think there are going to aliens there waiting for them?
You don't think they are going to jump right into action and place a alien do you? They have to let you get used to what's around you.[/QUOTE]
From the looks of it, this half of season one is gonna be bitchin'. Let's also hope they pull off a good season 2 so they can keep going for at least as long as atlantis.
This episode is epic.
[QUOTE=Arachnidus;21131838]This episode is epic.[/QUOTE]
Yeah, the amount of boobs is awesome.
She wasn't even wearing a bra.
So far the episode seems pretty kicken rad.
Just watched the new episode. Pretty good.
holy shit its [sp]rush[/sp]
As long as tagged spoilers are in use. Going find a new site since someone seems to want to make videos containing other links to site, and even that CPALead bullshit.
Fffffffffffffffffuck yes that episode was awesome.
[url]http://www.sidereel.com/Stargate_Universe/_season/1/_episode/11/_search[/url] Okay seems like they are uploading them now, but only 2 results though.
AWESOME EPIC EPISODE!!!!!11
And how it turned straight into the alien plot instantly was cool.
And wasn't so slow. I guess I thought were going to see how Rush got captured by the aliens. But told the story instead, oh well.
I'm betting the old Destiny crew pissed the Mordin like aliens off somehow.
Wish i wasn't in england i want the new episode :crying:
I feel your pain. When does it air on Sky? Sunday?
[QUOTE=Thom12255;21119646]More Aliens, less sex.[/QUOTE]
More aliens, more sex.
There, everyone's happy.
Or, for you Mass Effect fans:
More alien sex.
More aliens this episode. More action.
I just want less Telford coming in, acting like a cunt and then fucking off at the first sign of trouble.
[QUOTE=Janus Vesta;21138157]I feel your pain. When does it air on Sky? Sunday?[/QUOTE]
I think Tuesday
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