GateWorld Podcast: Episode #16
Tuesday - October 28, 2008 | by Darren Sumner
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Stargate Atlantis reflects on its history in a clips show, "Inquisition." In this week's podcast GateWorld's editors talk about the episode, what we really liked about it, and how we think it might have been improved as a dramatic hour. We'll talk about the new coalition of planets and their charges against Atlantis, Woolsey's coming to the rescue, and more.
Podcast listeners also get a sneak preview of GateWorld's upcoming interview with a very special member of Stargate SG-1's creative team, make-up artist Jan Newman. And we'll run through the latest Stargate headlines and site features, and hear what you think of clip shows in the Listener Mail segment.
News Headlines: Site Features: Discussion - "Inquisition"
|This Week's Listener Question: It's natural for a show to write out characters and sometimes kill them off, and Stargate SG-1 and Atlantis have lost their share of beloved characters over the years. Which character do you still mourn the loss of -- not necessarily because you were sad to see them go, but because you think they left too soon?|
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Next Week: There is no new episode of Stargate Atlantis airing this week (Halloween). Join us next Tuesday for a special discussion of the characters we lost too soon. Post now and answer the listener question, and we'll include as many comments as we can in our discussion.
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