Deus ex machina?Edit

is this whole episode not some deus ex machina to return the SGA episode back to normal, because the arrival of the last ancients could have seriously altered the show.

as is the behavior of helia because if she was acting like any other would have she would know that the massive resources commanded by earth are of incredible use to them so all the fans where made happy for a short while but after this the plot was reset.NH-obi 13:51, April 6, 2010 (UTC)

if they had -any- sense of integrity, they should have removed the lanteans by force. i doubt the egotistical lanteans would care about the resources and capability of inferior humans like the tau'ri as long as they have their city back. good thing the asurans attacked and got them, good riddance. ASDF1239 DISCUSSION 22:28, April 6, 2010 (UTC)

Warship Tria Edit

What happens to the Aurora class ship - the Tria? It doesn't seem to be mentioned again and I would have thought the SGC or Atlantis group would salvage it. 10:07, August 20, 2010 (UTC)Mick

It most likly didn't have any drones left and they would have to repair the hyperdrive, it wouldn't be worth it. A scotsman (talk) (Contribs) 18:03, August 20, 2010 (UTC)

Even without any drones, it would still be highly advanced, and Earth could learn alot from studying it, plus they have plenty on Drones on Atlantis they could always rearm it. 11:11, August 15, 2012 (UTC)

Who says they didn't study it? Anyway, what bugged me most about this episode is that there was no mention of the Ori, Nox or Asgard. You'd think the Ancients would be eager to see their old allies again and accept their help in restoring Atlantis, they should also be very interested in the Ori conflict. Then again, the Asgard and Nox should have been involved with the Atlantis expedition from the beginning: they knew the Wraith and Asurans existed, and they knew Atlantis had a complete Ancient database that could help against the Replicators and later the Ori. The Asgard should have sent a fleet to the Pegasus galaxy to destroy the Wraith, enabling everyone to learn from the Ancient database in peace. Oh, and the fact the humans must, by now (Asgard and Ancient databases), be aware of who the Furlings were, what they look(ed) like and where they went, but we never hear about that. 21:06, September 7, 2012 (UTC)
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