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Stargate Atlantis 5 Seasons 2007

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Season 3
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4.8 out of 5 stars (1,009) IMDb 8.1/10

The Wraith threat is ever-present while the team travels to new worlds and adventures in the Pegasus Galaxy. Season 3 thrusts Dr. Elizabeth Weir (Torri Higginson) and Maj. John Sheppard (Joe Flanigan) right back into action, and the Atlantis team sees the return of several favorite guest stars and meets a sinister new foe.

Starring:
Joe Flanigan, Torri Higginson
Original air date:
June 23, 2007

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Season 3
1. No Man's Land

With information stolen from the Atlantis database, two Wraith hive ships travel toward Earth to launch an attack.

CC TV-NR July 14, 2006 43 minutes
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2. Misbegotten

The Atlantis team must determine what to do with hundreds of human-form Wraith prisoners who have no memory of who they really are.

CC TV-NR July 21, 2006 44 minutes
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3. Irresistible

The team encounters an alchemist (Richard Kind) with an inexplicable and irresistible charm.

CC TV-NR July 28, 2006 43 minutes
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4. Sateda

Rononís past catches up with him when he is captured and once again hunted by the Wraith as a runner.

CC TV-NR August 5, 2006 43 minutes
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5. Progeny

A reference in the Atlantis database to a supposedly abandoned Ancient testing site leads the team to a thriving civilization.

CC TV-NR August 11, 2006 43 minutes
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6. The Real World

Dr. Weir awakens in a psychiatric hospital on Earth to discover that her entire experience in Atlantis over the last two years was solely a figment of her imagination.

CC TV-NR August 18, 2006 43 minutes
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7. Common Ground

Sheppard is taken prisoner by the Genii and enlists an unlikely ally

CC TV-NR August 25, 2006 43 minutes
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8. McKay and Mrs. Miller

McKay's estranged but brilliant sister is enlisted by the Air Force to implement an important experiment in Atlantis, with unintended and bizarre consequences.

CC TV-NR September 8, 2006 43 minutes
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9. Phantoms

The team is stranded on a mysterious planet where the effects of an abandoned wraith experiment threaten to turn the team against one another.

CC TV-NR September 15, 2006 43 minutes
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10. The Return: Part 1

The Atlantis expedition must turn to an old friend for help as the Asurans prepare to invade the city.

CC TV-NR September 22, 2006 43 minutes
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11. The Return: Part 2

With General O'Neill (Richard Dean Anderson) and Richard Woosley (Robert Picardo) trapped on Atlantis hiding from the Replicators, Col. Sheppard (Joe Flanigan) takes his team AWOL hoping to mount a rescue mission before General Landry (Beau Bridges) nukes the city.

CC TV-NR April 13, 2007 44 minutes
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12. Echoes

When the people of Atlantis begin to have visions of ghosts, Teyla believes the apparitions are actually Ancients unable to ascend warning them of a great danger.

CC TV-NR April 20, 2007 43 minutes
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13. Irresponsible

When the team finds Lucius (Richard Kind) up to his old tricks again they try to blow the whistle on his scamming ways, but instead are drawn into a fight with Kolya (Robert Davi) and his men.

CC TV-NR April 27, 2007 43 minutes
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14. Tao of Rodney

Zapped by a mysterious device left running by the Ancients, Rodney McKay (David Hewlett) begins to evolve into a super human.

CC TV-NR May 5, 2007 43 minutes
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15. The Game

Discovering a simulator game that McKay and Sheppard have been playing for a year is in fact real, they must put their petty competition aside or be responsible for a bloody war.

CC TV-NR May 11, 2007 43 minutes
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16. The Ark

Discovering a hollowed out moon with an antiquated space station inside, Sheppard (Joe Flanigan) and his team mistakenly awaken a race of people stored in stasis for thousands of years.

CC TV-NR May 19, 2007 43 minutes
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17. Sunday

With the personnel of Atlantis ordered to take a personal day the city is rocked by an explosion that rips through part of the city.

CC TV-NR June 1, 2007 43 minutes
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18. Submersion

Searching for an ancient geothermal drilling station on the Ocean floor the team unknowingly awakens a Wraith Queen who has laid dormant for thousands of years.

CC TV-NR June 8, 2007 43 minutes
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19. Vengeance

Searching for a missing village of Taranans they helped relocate, Col. Sheppard and his team stumble onto a wraith experiment built to create Iratus super bugs.

CC TV-NR June 15, 2007 43 minutes
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20. First Strike

After a pre-emptive attack on what appears to be an armada the Replicators are building to attack earth, the Replicators return fire forcing Atlantis to once again sink beneath the ocean, only this time the ocean might not be enough to save the city.

CC TV-NR June 23, 2007 43 minutes
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For my money, the third season of Stargate Atlantis is the best thus far. All of the seasons have been somewhat hit-and-miss, in terms of episode quality, but I think season three brings a wealth of much-needed character development. We learn more about the mysterious Sheppard in "Phantoms" and the taciturn Ronon Dex in "Sateda," while the episodes "McKay and Mrs. Miller" and "The Tao of Rodney" provide new dimensions to the brilliant and blustery Rodney McKay. McKay's character arc alone -- looking from his original guest appearances years ago on SG-1 to the newest Atlantis offerings -- is staggering, and David Hewlett greatly deserves the praise he's received for his performance. Outside of something like Firefly, I think it's rare to see a show in this genre explore so much of the characters' backstories, and it's gratifying to see it finally happening for SGA.

Teyla is certainly underutilized, and I hope that this season will bring new depths to her character. From what I've heard, there is definitely the opportunity for that to happen.
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I just finished watching the third season DVD set, and while Stargate Atlantis is still my favorite Sci-Fi show, I was rather disapointed.

Here's why.

(Warning! Spoilers below!)

First, story arc failure. I was expecting a huge advancement in the story arc concerning the Wraith, but it just didn't happen. Sure, they appear in a few good episodes, but it didn't seem like the story with respect to them in particular moved at all.

Second, killing off Dr. Beckett. I really liked him. Maybe I'm dating myself a bit here, but he was kind of like Scotty and McCoy rolled together but with a cooler head. This very lovable character will be missed.

Third, rehashing the replicators. With an entirely new galaxy as our backdrop for this series, why do the replicator thing all over again? It was original enough on Stargate SG-1, but I was amazed that Atlantis started a story arc with replicators too. Are they going creatively bankrupt already?

Fourth, rehashing old sci-fi standbys, like the "weird alien thingy or disease that causes loyal comrades to start killing each other". Did the original Star Trek do this in the episode "The Naked Time" and wasn't it done again by Star Trek Next Generation as the second or third episode in that series?

Fifth, bringing back a whole ship full of "ancients" just to kill them all off by the end of the two part episode. So, the "ancients" have gone from being a great and mysterious race of humanoids from the past to an expediant plot device. We can create them and destroy them at will just to get and episode or two. Couldn't an "ancient" or two have been spared and used as secondary characters? Wouldn't that have been interesting? They could have helped explore the rest of the city.
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Season 3's main achievement is with the characters. The team was likable enough before, but in season 3, they become absolutely endearing thanks to this season's outstanding job with character development. Ronon wasn't a favorite of mine before, but it's all changed after watching "Sateda", one of best episodes of the series so far with "Common Ground".

Unfortunately, just when the season is almost over and you're cheering the producers for having achieved the perfect chemistry among the SGA team members, you get hit over the head with "Sunday". I only get to watch SGA when the DVDs are out, so I was totally unprepared for the shocking ending which left me speechless at first, then very sad, and finally very upset with the producers. What were they thinking? Who in the world first came up with such a "brilliant" idea?

Season 3 is excellent, you will love the characters, but I wonder what season 4 will be like. I heard Sam was joining the cast. Amanda Tapping is adorable, but - please don't hurt me - I find her flawless supergenius-to-the-rescue character too unidimensional and boring. I much prefer flawed multidimensional characters like SG-1 Vala (Claudia Black). As for Jewel, I have seen very little of her yet since I don't get to watch Season 4, but I simply can't imagine her as the new chief medical officer. She was a much better fit in Firefly. One can only hope Season 4 will be at least as good as this season, but when there are people in charge making decisions like killing the most lovable character of the show and, to make matters worse, replace him with someone totally unbelievable in the same role, I'm not holding my breath.
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I've watched STARGATE ATLANTIS from the beginning and have more or less enjoyed it from the start. I definitely plan on continuing to watch it, but I have some concerns about the show that I'm convinced have to be addressed for it to continue to be worth watching.

First and foremost, ATLANTIS has always had and continues to have serious cast problems. They have now had three complete seasons to address these problems and while they have played with it some, most of their decisions have been odd at best. I really like Joe Flannigan as Sheppard and David Hewlett as Rodney, but beyond that the cast is mainly made up of liabilities. There was one other actor I liked a lot on the show, Paul McGillion as Beckett, but inexplicably in remaking the cast they chose to kill off one of the few strong characters on the show. Rachel Luttrell as Teyla is more baffling. Her character has never been very interesting, but I'm not convinced that Luttrell is untalented. I suspect that for whatever reason the writers have simply not been willing or able to come up with any interesting arcs for her (apart from having an interesting connection to the wraiths, which by and large has been underutilized). My hope is that they will rethink Teyla and either do both her and us a favor and kill her off, or become more aggressive in writing her character and give her some significant arcs and character development. Jason Momoa as Ronon, however, is probably a lost cause. He is perhaps the most wooden actor on television today and they have done virtually nothing of interest with his character. David Nykl, however, is good as Zelenka. I always enjoy his scenes with Rodney.
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