Stargate, the only TV sci-fi franchise whose primary means of interstellar travel can be described as "moist"


"We have a very serious matter to attend to on some planet. Let's go." *SCHLORP!*

Sutter's Guide to the Gateverse:

Stargate SG-1: Earnest 1990s action show that was at its best when it leaned into its campiness

Stargate Atlantis: Slightly more farcical early-2000s adventure show that embraced camp from the start

Stargate Universe: Grimdark late-2000s drama that I definitely watched but remember absolutely nothing about

The SG-1 marathon I'm watching just jumped from early season 4 to late season 5, and holy mackerel you can already tell they're pulling more and more influence from Farscape's aesthetics & storytelling

Later on it gets to the point where SG-1 just scoops up the two lead actors after Farscape ends

@sutter Ah, time for another jaunt through the ol' orifice.

@phenokage "Lord Anubis has arrived," said some Jaffa dude at the exact moment you replied

@phenokage Unfortunately he's not a buff 8-foot tall anthropomorphic jackal in this show

@sutter if only they'd had the Gods of Egypt budget to render a tall hunky jackal-man with the glory and splendor he deserves.

but hey, at least you're not watching Gods of Egypt.

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