Mr. Spock isn't the only alien who repeated himself (as we showed you with a video in which he said 'Fascinating!' 46 times in 91 seconds). Everyone's favorite SG-1 badass Teal'c also had a word he said again and again during the show's 10 seasons. Indeed!
There are few things more "meta" than a TV show that has another TV show nestled inside of it. And fan favorites like Angel, Supernatural, Babylon 5, and Futurama have all dabbled with messing with our heads.
Though the Stargate franchise may have ended its decade-long run with a bit of a whimper following the non-renewal of Stargate Universe, it hasn't slowed the cast and crew of the beloved sci-fi property from branching out into everything from comic books to big-budget action flicks.
If David Hewlett cracked you up as Dr. Rodney McKay on Stargate: Atlantis, wait'll you meet the REAL David Hewlett! We're thrilled that he's agreed to join us regularly here at Blastr to answer your questions and share whatever happens to be on his mind.
The glorious geeks at Blastr have asked me to blog a little blog, for what I have assured them are my billions of like-minded nerd minions. That and someone has to give the AbFab of sci-fi, Jewel Staite, some (un)healthy competition.
Sad because you missed your chance to buy Jack O'Neill's sunglasses or a working Jaffa Serpent Head during last year's amazing auction of Stargate props? Then get ready for the weekend, because a sale of thousands of objects from Stargate: SG-1, Stargate Atlantis and Stargate Universe starts tomorrow.
It may be one of the longest-running franchises in science fiction history, but Stargate SG-1's experience on the videogame front is woefully awful, with two aborted games sitting on the shelf. We may not be able to play it, but some recently leaked gameplay videos from the aborted 2005 first-person shooter Stargate SG-1: The Alliance at least gives us a peek at what we missed.