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Old 09-09-05, 08:27 PM
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Stargate SG1 9/9

is that prior Cancer Man from X-Files?
good to see Tony Todd again
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That's what I thought too. Looked just like Cancer Man 'cept with white eyes. Got a real Last Samurai vibe from this episode.
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Yes it is him. Funny, you have Skinner on Atlantis and CSM on SG1... are we gonna have the Lone Gunmen on Battlestar Galactica?!
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Originally Posted by theedge
Yes it is him. Funny, you have Skinner on Atlantis and CSM on SG1... are we gonna have the Lone Gunmen on Battlestar Galactica?!
Galactica doesn't need to steal actors from superior shows just to keep viewers interested.

At least when Browder called his fellow combatant "Bones", he was being honest about how derivative this episode was.
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Originally Posted by Fielding Mellish
At least when Browder called his fellow combatant "Bones", he was being honest about how derivative this episode was.
Even though it ripped off an original Trek plot device, I thought the mention of a completely geeky "Bones" usage and the situation it referenced to be the best part of the episode.

On the other hand, it doesn't distance the character of Mitchell a whole lot from the character of Crichton when he does so.

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