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"Rob, who’ll be doing the honors on this one, pitched out a terrific, albeit radically different, A story to compliment the B, C, D, and E throughlines. Lots going on in this one – action, drama, spectacular visual effects, and a tough, tough decision. Two actually." &mdash; Joseph Mallozzi, November 3, 2009; "I also found the time to join my fellow producers in taking in a matinee double-feature: ... Will Waring’s kick-ass director’s cut of Rob Cooper’s equally kick-ass script for Aftermath (in which actor Louis Ferreira delivers his best performance yet in a suspenseful, absorbing, emotionally-draining episode)." &mdash; Joseph Mallozzi, April 21, 2010; "The best laid plans of mice and men…  Things come apart in a big way, and our heroes are left to pick up the pieces. Gut-wrenching." &mdash; Joseph Mallozzi, June 22, 2010 <br /><br />{{EpNavLine|epname=SGU 2.02 "Aftermath"|ratings=0|poll=0|wallpapers=0|screencaps=0}}
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With food and water supplies running dangerously low and tempers flaring, a shuttle is deployed to an unstable planet whose Stargate has been locked out of ''Destiny''&#039;s controls. <br /><br />{{EpNavLine|epname=SGU 2.02 "Aftermath"|ratings=0|poll=0|wallpapers=0|screencaps=0}}

Latest revision as of 18:08, 15 September 2010

With food and water supplies running dangerously low and tempers flaring, a shuttle is deployed to an unstable planet whose Stargate has been locked out of Destiny's controls.

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