Already know how i want it to end

while i dont want it to end for quite a while yet cause im quite enjoying it id like to see the ending of this series being a group of ancients who for whatever reason havent ascended boarding the ship to use it for its original purpose

That doesn't sound like universe's style, more likely they will have one final inter-character conflict between all of the crew of destiny for whatever reason, every girl who has not gotten pregnant yet will learn they are pregnant. Then afterward everyone who is still alive will die (including the babies, script writers has no qualms with it) facing some natural disaster or if we are lucky actual aliens. Eli will do it with Chloe in the worst Sex scene ever on television. Matt scott will die naked after doing it with all of his girls and then he will make a chastity vow and kill himself. Greer will kill everyone he ever wanted dead (including everal pregnant women) and then torture rush to death slowly and painfully simply because he isnt "hard core" enough. Camille will kill her lesbian partner after she realizes that she is pregnant and after loosing her baby from being shot by greer she will do something suicidal for the greater good. Eli will die and his outstretched hand will trigger a bomb that will destroy destiny. young will beat telford to death for getting TJ pregnant. Young will then stare openly into space into he dies of starvation. Chloe will get home but die of drug overdose.-- 23:49, June 3, 2010 (UTC)
lol, too true---Unregistered
I bet the ending of the series will be like Voyager's Endgame as in they will all get home (obviously not the same way as in that episode though). Perhaps Destiny's original purpose will somehow be completed and they will be able to return home. Malozzi already said that it's purpose is more than exploration and that the seeder ships seed life as well as gates, but I bet there is more than just that to it. Sman789 (talk) (Contribs) 23:57, June 3, 2010 (UTC)

No, here is how it will probably end. The Expedition will fully unlock Destiny, but after discovering some Ancient Signal, or message, or some log in the Destiny's Computer Core, they'll keep on trucking through the Universe. Now on the way, they will PO some more Space Faring races, and the good ol' Blue aliens. When they get to the source of the signal/destination, they'll discover it is A) absolutly nothing B) some amazing piece of Ancient Tech or C) Broken down seeding ship. Now, as the Destiny is pondering the situation, an Armada of enemy vessels will come, and the Destiny and the Armada will engage in the most epic space battle ever. Scott will die in a dogfight in the shuttle. Greer will die sacrificing himself when the Aliens board the ship. Just as things look grim, the Stargate will engage, and forces from Earth will help with the battle. They'll have a plan that Earth put together using info from Atlantis. The Destiny can dial back to Earth, it'll use a modified version of the Sun-Refueling, but with a SUPER MASSIVE danger (ie doing this will blow up the sun). Destiny goes and does, the armada gives chase, and are almost all destroyed by flares and the such. But one ship, one Blue alien ship, will shoot Destiny and break the auto-pilot. And to get everyone else home, someone must stay behind and intialize the final program. Rush, not wanting to lose the Destiny fleeing, will stay behind and start the program. He and Young have a heart wrenching conversation, both will acknowlege the other's accomplishments, Rush pushes the button, and everyone leaves. Destiny, along with the sun it used, explode in a Brilliant SuperNova, and is a great end to the series. Mr White (talk) (Contribs) 00:50, June 4, 2010 (UTC)

They're going to find out that the secret message in that cosmic background radiation is just some meaning of life stuff. After learning about it, all the members of the crew finally hold hands and sing camp fire songs on Destiny. And they all decide to stay on board because they're all one big happy family now.

Or... Perhaps the ending is going to be something like Lost. At first, they all manage to return back to Earth, but then they realize that all their problems in life were solved while on board Destiny, so they decide to return to Destiny and stay there. Using their new control of the ship, they park Destiny in orbit of a planet and they all start a new human colony on that planet. General Heed (talk) (Contribs) 20:42, November 19, 2010 (UTC)

Or they realize how much they hate that ship and do like real sane people and go home. But after season 1, Mr.'s theory seems most likely.(Season 2 looks much better though.) Jauh0 (talk) (Contribs) 21:15, November 27, 2010 (UTC)

alright, heres how i think its going to end.destiny has complete repairs done including the power supply, going from 40% capacity to 100% capacity. it then has a complete recharge inside a star. Destiny now has the power to safely dial earth. Homeworld command then has a idea. to ship the necessary parts to several asgard hyperdrives. this project will take several weeks as it involves removing the ftl drives, adding the hyperdrives and linking up the power core to the drives. the people are given a choice: they can chose to go back when they dial earth, or stay and help with the intergration of the hyperdrives to destiny. most of the civillians chose to go back with the exeption of chloe armstrong, eli wallace, adam brody, dale volker and lisa park. all of the millitary personnel stay. slowly the parts are shipped over through the langara stargate, due to the cooling off time needed for the planets core to return to its normal state. after 3 weeks, the parts for 15 asgard hyperdrives are shipped over and the removal of the ftl engines begins. this takes 2 months and one of the engines is dismantled and sent through the stargate to earth for study. then the hyperdrives are safely intergrated into the ship and power is connected up. by now it has been about 4 months since destiny first dialled earth. destiny then turns around and plots a course for a galaxy roughly 15 towards the milky way. it then has a quick recharge and orbits a star to collect supplies before it sets off for another galaxy and so on. after about 2 months, they reach the pegasus galaxy and then the milky way soon after. in orbit above earth the crew are beamed down to homeworld security. after reuniting with family and friends, there is a memorial service for all those that died whilst on destiny. the show ends with rush on the bridge of destiny, looking out at the stars. 08:05, January 9, 2011 (UTC)

Having multiple hyperdrives doesn't increase travel speed. Jauh0 (talk) (Contribs) 09:40, January 9, 2011 (UTC)

No, but just having one Asgard hyperdrive would underpower destiny, like when the Prometheus had an Al'kesh hyperdrive, Which was underpowered202.168.101.99 22:45, January 16, 2011 (UTC)

Having several hyperdrives doesn't make you go faster! What's so hard to understand? To go faster you need either a more advanced system or a power boost. Otherwise we could just stack hyperdrives and come to Destiny in a matter of seconds. And if you're thinking about stacking them so they wouldn't overheat, I don't think it's possible to focus all of them to open a single hyperspace window. Jauh0 (talk) (Contribs) 13:02, January 17, 2011 (UTC)

What ST Voyager and Atlantis SHOULD have been

i think this series is going to encapsulate the best of the sci/fi and drama genres

You've got a group of people who exhibit all the same flaws and strengths as real human beings as opposed to idealized individuals we have had in previous series. They're also in an environment which they know nothing about and must struggle to survive, something which other shows have tried to do but failed terribly at. You've got the conflict between logic and ethics (rush vs everyone else). And because of how removed Destiny is from the rest of the SG Universe the writers wont be bogged down by existing SG cannon. This series so far isn't as exciting as the SG of old but I really like the direction its taking and can understand if old fans don't like it. With that said however I think people with an open mind will like the show as its just so different from everything else that's been made in scifi or any genre for that matter. 11:57, November 1, 2009 (UTC)KnifeEdge

i completley agree so far it has lived up to this far better than i expected the show is focused more on the people and the effects of isolation also so far i havent seen any examples of needing something and just happening to have it like in atlantis where they seemed to have unlimited resources92.9.53.230 20:10, May 27, 2010 (UTC)

To be fair, I don't think the crew are exactly perfectly realistic, but it is much better than Voyager and SG1 and ATL and is my favourite show ATM along with Chuck :) No weedy Paris or stupid Janeway (though Tuvok was kinda cool). I actually did laugh whenever Paris was winning a fight with a muscular alien because he's just a total ****. Can't wait till SGU S2 and Chuck S4 :) Sman789 (talk) (Contribs) 21:06, May 27, 2010 (UTC)

Does Anyone else actually like rush ?

I quite like the rush character and would like to imagine that this is how I myself would react in a similar situation. While the episodes so far has portrayed him in a somewhat negative light, as someone who's just in it for themselves and lack of moral/ethical tie to the other characters, I would like to think of him as someone who has managed to suppress the effects of emotion from his decision making. While his original choice which stranded them billions of light years from earth was admittedly a terribly selfish one I think it was more of a plot device than character development (though one could argue that this could have easily been written another way). Everything Rush did from that point on however I think makes perfect sense, from asking someone to seal off the leak in the shuttle to when he asked Colonel Young to his actions in the "water" episode". An interesting note about this episode is Young's reluctance to accept the situation at the time (as there was no way he could have known the tremors would free scott later on) and basically halt the ice mining project. Eli's shock at the "lies" also didnt make a whole lot of sense even if you assume he's someone of impeccable moral values as someone of his intelligence must have understood how little benefit would have been had from Young returning to deal with the situation (as he had no particular expertise to offer unlike Carter or Daniel would have). 11:57, November 1, 2009 (UTC)KnifeEdge

You're supposed to like Rush! Sman789 (talk) (Contribs) 16:10, November 7, 2009 (UTC)
Are you kidding? Rush is the only bloody thing that makes me watch this god-awful series, he's definatly one of the best Stargate characters... so far.... Ma'chello (talk) (Contribs) 21:56, May 23, 2010 (UTC)
Yeah, Rush is the only one "fit" for the expedition. Ok, maybe a couple others too(like Eli and TJ), but most people are not; Young: stubborn mule and soon to be alchoholic; Wray: whiny little powerhungry bitch and f*****g coward in reality; Scott: character straight from a soap opera; Greer: usually ok, but sometimes a friggin' psycho; Chloe: Fill in character, no special talent or skills, but still somehow important enough to take part in decisions(I have no idea how). And I also must agree with Ma'chello, if he is killed off, I quit. I was already kind of worried at the end of "Justice".Jauh0 (talk) (Contribs) 21:59, October 13, 2010 (UTC)

Alternate Timeline?

will this series be like an "alternate timeline" or what?

No. Well, I don't think so, but I'm pretty sure it's not.—Anubis 10545 20:20, 22 August 2008 (UTC)

A Younger Audience? Really?

Am I the only one who got an immediate Teen Gate vibe off of this article?

"Universe will attempt to appeal to a broader audience, drawing new viewers into the Stargate world. The show will be "a little more character-based, a little less rooted in a sci-fi mythology..."

"Part of the new focus is a deliberate attempt to bring in younger viewers to watch Stargate Universe. "This is an opportunity to reinvent this franchise and make it relevant to a new generation," SCI FI president Dave Howe told The Hollywood Reporter. "We really don't want to be more of the same. It's going to build clearly off the existing franchise but with a cast that gives it a younger vibe.""

The more and more I hear about this series, the less I like the sound of it. At the moment, it sounds to me like the cast of Dawson's Creek is stranded on the U.S.S. Voyager. —Ka'lel 06:36, 15 November 2008 (UTC)

you took the words right out of my mouth i'm 22 and even i dont want a younger cast.

I'm 17 and neither do I.(Started watching SG when 15)

STARGATE:VOYAGER Xion1212 05:16, 4 January 2009 (UTC)xion1212

  • I've thought this was like Teen Gate since I saw the casting information. It seems like nearly everyone is just a younger ripoff of a Atlantis or SG-1 character. --Golden Monkey 13:17, 13 January 2009 (UTC)

does nyone know where i can watch the preview for it? i ehard that the first airing of the atlantis finale had it at the end. or was it the preview for the sga movie? if anyone knows can u tell me where to watch the preview of them—SupremeCommander 22:37, 17 January 2009 (UTC)

Here is a link to the Stargate Universe promo on Youtube. It's not much though, only about 12 seconds long.—Anubis 10545 03:04, 18 January 2009 (UTC)
Yes, it cirtainly isn't much, allthough the Stargate looks a little different Sman789 03:21, 18 January 2009 (UTC)
Huh, I hadn't noticed that. The chevrons almost look like circles... although it could easily just be all in the animation and video quality.—Anubis 10545 04:17, 18 January 2009 (UTC)

aww, thats it? ah well. yea the stargate IS different. different color and different chevrons. its possible that this was the second variation of the stargate with milky way and ida being first and pegasus being 3rd—SupremeCommander 04:20, 18 January 2009 (UTC)

Although if the chevrons are circles... well, they wouldn't really be chevrons then. They would have to say "Circle one encoded". Although I don't really think they would do that... I don't know..—Anubis 10545 04:26, 18 January 2009 (UTC)

Primates fist appeared in the fossil record on earth a little over 50000000 million years ago around the same time the Ancients arrived on earth presumably this is because of Ancients engineering life to evolve in to humans why then did it take 50000000 million years for humans to fully evolve to there present form on earth but it took less than 3000000 years for the same to take place on planets in the Pegasus Galaxy and why do no over planets that have been seeded with human life have any primate species besides humans

First of all, this isn't really about Stargate Universe, and second of all, maybe they engineered it specifically to take that long. Or maybe you're just thinking too hard. :) Byakuya Truelight 11:50, 6 February 2009 (UTC)

I'll admit I had a few reservations when I first heard it'll be a little different style then SG-1 or Atlantis. But to be honest all those were resolved when I watched the first major trailer. They are definitely keeping enough of the old feel for at least my needs. The only other thing I'm wondering about is how character centric it'll be. Obviously it'll be a lot more character-centric then SG-1 or Atlantis, but as long as they stop well short of say, Defying Gravity (which is pretty much a soap opera with a vague sci-fi background, I'm not even sure why I attempted to watch the piolet) I think we'll be okay there too. --The Cucumber (talk) (Contribs) 23:06, September 19, 2009 (UTC)

I know I started this topic but my opinions about SGU have long since changed. SGU is one of my most anticipated shows, including returning seasons of other series. Also, I love Defying Gravity (as evidenced by my edits over at that wiki) and hate that it might be pulled in place of all the god-awful reality TV that overweight Americans seem to love so dearly. Yes, DG is very heavily character driven, but I wouldn't call the sci-fi vague at all. It has a lot of great sci-fi elements including artificial gravity through nanotechnology/magnetism and through centrifugal force (which is actual science). I could go on for a while about the show, but I digress. I have always been a fan of character driven sci-fi, specifically: Battlestar Galactica, one of the best shows ever, sci-fi or otherwise. And if I had to describe SGU to someone, I'd call it a combination of SG-1 and BSG. I was also a big fan of Journeyman and Jericho, two shows cancelled way too early. Thankfully, Jericho fans made such a fuss about the cancellation that it was brought back to tie up storylines. Cheers. —Ka'lel (talk) (Contribs) 04:36, September 20, 2009 (UTC)


After the recent castings, they are clearly going for a younger cast. Not as young as I was expecting, kind of around the "Aiden Ford" age. While he was interesting as a main character, I would never have accepted him to be a team leader at his age. However, I am more optimistic about the series after reading Brad Wright's and Paul Mullie's Q&As on Joseph Mallozzi's blog, and I recommend them to everyone, as they're good reads. —Ka'lel 04:32, 18 January 2009 (UTC)

I did like Aiden, but yea, he wasn't really a "leader" figure. More of a sidekick. Although if you get any younger than that, well... you don't want to send 15 year olds across the universe. :) I'm sure they'll find a way to make it work... —Anubis 10545 04:34, 18 January 2009 (UTC)
Ford was sort of a "weak" character.---Unregistered

Plot... thing

Via a thread on Gateworld, I came across this: [1]. It gave some description of "Air", but obviously the facts are in question and it's subject to change. But, (in case no one's seen this before) I thought I'd bring it up.—Anubis 10545 04:56, 1 March 2009 (UTC)

That's pretty significant if it ends up being at least somewhat accurate... --JemHadar359 17:29, 2 March 2009 (UTC)

Sneak Peak Promo

A promo for SGU will air during the series finale of Battlestar Galactica tomorrow night on the "SyFy (eugh)" channel. Because I don't get that channel up here in Canada, I'll most likely miss it, but it'll probably be uploaded to youtube. Keep an eye out. Cheers.—Ka'lel 15:38, 19 March 2009 (UTC)

I have added the trailer to the article. There's a quick glance at the new Stargate design/prop, and some worried stares from a few cast members including Robert Carlyle and Lou Diamond Phillips. On a side note for any BSG fans, how frakking awesome was that finale, eh? Cheers. —Ka'lel 04:06, 21 March 2009 (UTC)
For me, the finale is only 30 minutes in. Although I was able to see the promo for SGU, mistakenly labeled as the promo for "Caprica" moments before it aired.—Anubis 10545 04:40, 21 March 2009 (UTC)

Exclusive Robert Carlyle Interview

IGN has an "exclusive" (for now at least) interview with Robert Carlyle up on their site. It gives quite a bit more insight into his character and from the intro graphic, it looks like we can expect more of these videos in the future. Here's the link.

Cheers, —Ka'lel 12:37, 9 July 2009 (UTC)

Art Style

Does anyone else think that judging by the pictures of the gate and the ship, SGU seems a bit steampunky? Fa6ade 15:55, 11 July 2009 (UTC)

Absolutely, lots of pipes and gauges, very steampunk. They also seem to be taking queues from Battlestar (new series) as well. —Ka'lel 03:46, 15 July 2009 (UTC)
I agree. Although I kind of like the traditional "high-tech" Ancient look. ... took me a while to find out what "steampunk" meant :).—Anubis 10545 03:48, 15 July 2009 (UTC)

How will the chevrons work?

As I understand there will be a gate on the ship in stargate universe, but does anyone know how the chevron symbols will work? As I see a problem in the symbols being important to the galaxy that the gate is currently located in, and if its true that this gate move's between galaxies surely theres an issue with its symbols and its own 'origin' symbol. I know sci-fi isnt suppose to be flawless, but this seems important to the basis of the sci-fi of the stargate. I mean I was pretty confused when stargates could be placed on spacecraft and used in different locations, but I got on board with the idea that because the gates werent designed for that DHD had been adjusted, whereas this is gonna be a toughy, but knowing

If you watched the early episodes of SG1, Cap. Sam Carter explains that by inputting the "map" of the planets and their corresponding chevron addresses, you can re-adjust the 7th chevron (or in the SGU case, the 9th?) to whereever you are in the galaxy, only the final chevron has to be changed in order to gate out (or in). So long as they have a computer with them, it should be no problem--Jenkins08 (talk) (Contribs) 16:12, 14 August 2009 (UTC)
No, 9th dials to Destiny. Dial from Pegasus with 9 chevrons? Welcome to Destiny. Ida galaxy? Welcome to Destiny. I can't really say how it works (afaik), don't have the time. Sorry =( Supakillaii (talk) (Contribs) 18:02, 14 August 2009 (UTC)
And dial 9 chevrons from Destiny? Welcome to Earth! |||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||| No more siggy... 09:14, December 18, 2010 (UTC)
The point is that a nine chevron address doesn't use the mapping system used by other addresses. It's just a code, the Ancients could have written it as anything and it would still go to the same ship. The dialling gate just says "Right, ok, which gate has this code", then the Destiny gate says "I do, I do!!!" and then they link. When you dial a planet you want to dial the planet, not a gate. If they change their gate you still want the same address to work. On ships, however, you want the ship's gate to have its own address so it works wherever it is, so they do it this way. Clever Ancients Sman789 (talk) (Contribs) 16:53, December 18, 2010 (UTC)

Stargate Universe already bad?

Stargate Universe has so much potential but the writers are already destroying it Icarus Base then an attack from the Goa'uld or Lucian Alliance or someone using Ha'taks in my opinion its off to a bad start personally I think that if Atlantis had gone for 10 seasons the way it should have before Scifi oh Im so sorry "SyFy yeah right" now cancelled it for no reason and wont give up the rights so another company can pick up SGA and putit back on. Anyways the wraith should have finally found earth and all of the remaining wraith would get together and leave Pegasus and head to earth earth with Prometheus(which is a 304 design) Daedalus, Odyssey, Apollo, George Hammond, English 304, French 304, Korolev(wasn't destroyed cause no Ori ill explain after) and the Sun Zu with 25x Ha'taks from the Free Jaffa eventually Atlantis also joins the battle along with an Ancient Warship providing cover and launching drones No ZPM powered hive but Atlantis does make an emergency landing. Afterwards the Stargate is revealed to the public. After all the uproar Rodney is going through the database and discovers about Destiny and its purpose its logical to think that Destiny should be the Atlantis database because of its importance then an Expedition like the one to Atlantis is put forth only after on Destiny do they realize that there stuck there and cant get back to earth at least until the experiment is finished in like 10 years or something it fits so much better and makes more sense I know its kinda repeat with the beginning of Atlantis but if you think about it makes more sense in real life it would be done that way. Also about the no Ori think about if the Ancients seeded stargates in other galaxies and the Ori didnt know about it I know the Ascended Ancients were protecting Milky Way and Pegasus but what about the rest of the Universe dont you think they would know the Ancients were trying to hide something from them if the tried to shield the whole Universe from them. I actually like the Ori think they bring alot of potential to the show but they should be a future bad guys like in a hundred years in the future but Season 7 the Goa'uld were defeated with the Milky Way Replicators however the Milky Way Replicators are the Same in Pegasus Fifth Managed to escape into Hyperspace and headed to Pegasus after learning Atlantis was there from Ancient Knowledge(No RepliCarter) and rebuilt Season 8 was picking up the pieces the Founding of the Free Jaffa Nation Season 9 was the Lucian Alliance in my opinion they were underused so Also Cam and General Landry and Carolyn Lam are in the show cause Janet still dies General Hammond had a heart attack Jack is retired Sam is working at Area 51 and Daniel is planning to go to Atlantis same as before but just as before Vala comes crashing into Daniels life with Earth going to war and defeating the Lucian Alliance towards the end of season 10 thats how Stargtate SG-1 and Atlantis should've gone paving the way for Stargate Universe.

Please use some punctuation —╔▲╠☼╚╡∩║⌠⅜⌡├┤∩ 06:56, 25 July 2009 (UTC) many cramps and other problems related to large amounts of typing in a short space of time did you have?!?! |||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||| No more siggy... 09:16, December 18, 2010 (UTC)

what is this guy ranting about?!

Those are some seriously long run-on sentences. This is a page about Stargate universe not about how some rabid fan things the other stargate series should have ended. --Jaguartalon (talk) (Contribs) 20:17, October 7, 2009 (UTC)

That was hard to read. But I kind of agree about the Lucien Alliance. They were in like 2 episodes, dissappear, and then all of a sudden they're attacking one of our bases? —ElChristo (talk) (Contribs) 16:13, December 17, 2009 (UTC)

I've always liked the premise of Universe, but the only thing I think they need more of is any sort of legitimate external enemy really, I think that all of the characters constantly seeing each other as antagonists is getting kinda old. If i want to see some deep character friction and emotional acting (not that I dont like these things in Universe) I would watch one of many other TV shows. But I like the stargate franchise because of its present day sort of perspective on extraordinary situations and Universe has the potential to do this, but it hasn't done much of this because the characters only care about surviving each other. If they had some enemies that appear on a regular basis then character interaction would be a bit more bearable-- 18:47, March 14, 2010 (UTC)

offtopic: youtube movie in the middle of the page

Anyone notice the stupid dancing chickens youtube movie? Whatever was meant to be there (maybe some other universe trailer?) had the link miss-typed. Please fix this soon because it gives the page a 'weird' look.

EDIT: It's an advertisment , can't be helped :(

That's probably because you're an IP, something Wikia as a whole does is advertise if you're unregistered. If you want to get rid of them, the easiest step is to create an account. -- Matthew R Dunn (talk) (Contribs) 19:14, 17 August 2009 (UTC)


In regard to my comment on the Air talk page, I think we should have a featured article and a featured image directly related to SGU in the next week or two. Wikia tends to put the spotlight on wikis that are topical (which we are now and will very much be come October 2nd) and it would help draw in readers and new fans of the show to this wiki if we have topical items on our homepage. Cheers. —Ka'lel (talk) (Contribs) 02:33, September 23, 2009 (UTC)

I agree. Although we really won't have a "good" SGU-related article/image until after the show airs... given the current lack of info.—Anubis 10545 (talk) (Contribs) 02:56, September 23, 2009 (UTC)


Weird that in the trailer (the one that we have on the SGU page) the Stargate makes a glass breaking-like sound when the unstable vortex emerges... opposed to the normal sound actually heard in the show.

Also about the trailer, the song that they play towards the end (Embassy by Gravity)... isn't that great. I'm usually not into music like that (although I really only like the corus :), but I downloaded it and keep playing it. —Anubis 10545 (talk) (Contribs) 18:37, October 10, 2009 (UTC)

Differences between Series 1 Part 1 and Series 1 Part 2

Can I just ask if any production or editing or anything of the sort went on after the first half of series one started airing (perhaps during that giant mid-season break)? Because not only is the whole style of the show changed after Ep10, but I also noticed that the FTL effect seems a little more purple in the first half and a little more blue in the second half... anyone else notice this? Sman789 (talk) (Contribs) 18:01, May 11, 2010 (UTC)

Actually, I just looked again and the effect seems the same in both parts... but I still wonder why it changed so much after the break Sman789 (talk) (Contribs) 18:14, May 11, 2010 (UTC)
Because they finished introducing the characters, gravity of the situation they're in and the stupidity of some of the characters. —Supakillaii (talk) (Contribs) 18:40, May 11, 2010 (UTC)

this series has something that i always thought stargate and shows like it were missing, continuity in the sense that something that happens in one episode is still relevant in the next i hope it continues cause im really enjoying it the way its not just two parters which refer to earlier shows, also so far most plots can be traced back very early in the show which to me shows the writers are really thinking about it just thought id say keep up the good work.

Is anybody gonna add "the signal" to the plot? The "signal" behind background noise. 04:08, November 19, 2010 (UTC)

Killing people off

They have already killed at least 20 people, there is a possibility that many more could be killed in the battle between Destiny and Drone Ships. They are going to run out of people eventually. They need to stop killing so many people or else the series is going to be short. Lordqaz (talk) (Contribs) 02:26, December 2, 2010 (UTC)

That's what I've been thinking the whole time since the show started. Jauh0 (talk) (Contribs) 13:35, December 17, 2010 (UTC)


It has just been officially announced by Syfy that Stargate Universe is CANCELLED!! This is not only the end to the series but also the end of the stargate franchise.To any and all Stargate fans, please help keep this show and franchise alive.

No hope... good while it lasted. *Fetal position* —Anubis 10545 (talk) (Contribs) 00:32, December 17, 2010 (UTC)
So does this mean that stargate is over for good?
this surprises me. i didn't like it, but there's nothing keeping the franchise going anymore ASDF1239 DISCUSSION 03:38, December 17, 2010 (UTC)

what the hell,no more stargate! big son of a bi$·$%·,they cancelled flash forward,Stargate Universe,Atlantis,Caprica and more good they all force us to watch Grey's Idiotomy and Private Shitice,or Drop Dead Bitch and stupid series like that! 03:02, December 17, 2010 (UTC)

Well... This is sudden, the last I heard, the show was planned to run for five seasons, I just don't get why all of this is happening now. I suppose the five season plan was just a last gasp to keep people interested. Now we have another Stargate show that will end awkwardly........glorious!-- 03:54, December 19, 2010 (UTC)

Stargate or heads will roll! Jauh0 (talk) (Contribs) 13:33, December 17, 2010 (UTC)

The creators cancelled Atlantis for Universe and tried to make it "more mature", look what happened. THANKS FOR SCREWING UP! Yet I'm not suprised, I felt SGU would end soon. Jauh0 (talk) (Contribs) 13:43, December 17, 2010 (UTC)

I loved SGU - especially season 2 which, so far, is a string of great episodes - minus Awakening and perhaps Cloverdale :)

Shit, shit! Now how the hell am I supposed to help this Stargate addiction?! Damn you, SyFy channel executives! Damn you all to hell! |||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||| No more siggy... 19:12, December 17, 2010 (UTC)

And the show just started to get better! The start of the second season was wiping the floor with season 1. (Minus Cloverdale). Jauh0 (talk) (Contribs) 21:50, December 17, 2010 (UTC)

We should start the Stargate Fanon on this wiki now that SGU is over.02:19, December 18, 2010 (UTC)Smallvilleantonio (talk) (Contribs)

Cant believe this...I didn't enjoy Season 1 too much when it was on, but I recently watched it again, and absolutely loved it! Season 2 is so much better, I can't believe their cancelling it...Where and when shall we organise some attacks on SyFy? Be it protests, potitions, or full scale invasions of their HQs? Can take some tips from their Stargate. Foothold - Just walk in...impersonate employees...kidnap them all, then just start running SyFy ourselves? Win-Win? —ElChristo (talk) (Contribs) 14:58, December 19, 2010 (UTC)

Don't forget plan B, as in "bomb". As for plan A, I feel the full scale invasion would be more effective, followed by impersonation. Jauh0 (talk) (Contribs) 15:47, December 19, 2010 (UTC)

wow i love how a canadian TV show was canelled becuse of an american netwerk eg SYFY67.193.89.255 20:41, December 22, 2010 (UTC)

So can MGM or SyFy license like a book deal or something to keep the fiction going

If you want SGU back the best thing is to watch the next 10 episodes on SyFy when it first airs. If more people watch it there is a greater chance that SyFy will renew it. The show was canceled because it was not getting enough ratings on the first airing (the only one they really look at). Buy the Blu-rays and DVD's when they come out, or buy it on iTunes, dont illegally download the show. If everyone who downloaded any SGU episode sat down and watched it on TV then the show might not have been cancelled. Lordqaz (talk) (Contribs) 00:56, February 18, 2011 (UTC)

Well, with SG-U cancelled, the stargate franchise can die with the remmants of it's glory. Coz SGU was...khm.. Shit... Sorry to say that but that's the truth.

No SGU A Good Show It's arrogant Comments/Fans Like that got the Show canceled in the first place...And pretty much got the franchise killed off... It's such a shame Many people loved SGU (including me)

>The second season really matured improving the drama of the first, and as usual typical Yanks don't have the staying power, and cancel everything that is not dumbed down or shooting.. sigh.


is anyone else very very very pissed that a show that was becoming so good (especially this background radiation story) is being cancelled thats a petition to try and save it also you realise we may never find out what happened to franklin unless they have revealed it in the next 10 episodes and its ending on a cliffhanger!!!

and just incase you didnt know the slot is being filled with a wrestling show (serious) 19:20, December 31, 2010 (UTC)

Yep, and that's why SGU was moved to overcompetetive timeslot and got cancelled. STOP TRUSTING NIELSEN RATINGS SYFY! And I think this channel should euthanized. It's obviously suffering. Jauh0 (talk) (Contribs) 09:51, January 8, 2011 (UTC)

Is it just me, or do the colours in SG-U look darker than in SG-1 and Atlantis??

Amount of time it would take for a 304 to reach Destiny.

I've done a few caculations, estimating that Daedalus with a ZPM can travel around a million light years a day (3 mil between MW and Peg + extra mil for the distance needed to travel within the galaxies) according to my caculation it would take a 304 with a constant supply of ZPM's or other power source 16,427 years, one month, 7 days, 16 hours, 48 minuets, and 17.7 seconds to reach Destiny, assuming the ancients launched it only 6 Million Years ago.