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As a die-hard Sci-fi fan, I love your blog! I really love all of the shows. Question: Remember when Weir joined some of the surviving Pegasus replicators? Well, what happened after that? (another loose end)
Here ya go:
When Elizabeth Weir was seriously wounded by the Asuras (a form of replicators invented by the Ancients to combat the Wraith), Rodney McKay injected her with deactivated nanites which will repair her damage, although in the end she will be no longer fully human, but part replicator. She sacrificed herself when Sheppard’s team was on a mission to steal Zero Point Modules from the Asuras. A replicator version of Jennifer Keller told the team that later after they abandoned Elizabeth, she was killed by Oberoth. But apparently, this was not the case.
Elizabeth Weir teamed up with a couple of replicators that wanted to find a way to ascend like the ancients. She and the other replicators did ascend, but only ‘digitally’. In the episode: Ghost in the Machine, Elizabeth Weir came back to Atlantis and took control of Atlantis’s computer systems and made bodies for her and the other replicators, using Rodney’s FRAN templates. Later in the episode, a replicator named Koracean tries to escape, finally understanding that she and the other replicators are only danger to Atlantis, Elizabeth managed to fool the other replicators (with the help of the team) into a Stargate to a space gate, making the replicators including herself neutralized.
So the raitings for the 4th episode of season 2 of SGU…were not so well. =/ It depresses me to say this, but I think SGU won’t last after this season is over. It’s such a good series..It’s different from SG-1 & SGA..but still has that something that makes it apart of the Stargate family. I wish more people could see what I see in this show. I know it could go on for MANY seasons…but people are so stubborn and stuck on only being SG-1 or SGA fans. Not to mention I don’t think the Tuesday time slot was such a good idea…should have stuck with Friday or maybe even Saturday. Enough of my rant.
I guess all we can do is hope for the best that the ratings keep going up & people give SGU more of a chance.