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Air, Part 1 is the first episode of the first season of Stargate Universe, and is the first of the series premiere's opening three-parter.

As the episode begins, a relatively long and flat spaceship emerges from a hyperspace-like window. As it glides through normal and empty space, the ship's Stargate engages. The first to emerge is young Lt. Matthew Scott, who stumbles through and quickly draws his rifle in a state of alertness. His arrival is followed by several more personnel, mostly carrying equipment. They also stumble through. People continue to pour in at an increasing pace, tripping over each other as they are thrown out of the event horizon. Scott tells everyone to clear a path and radios through the gate for them to slow down, but receives no reply. People continue to stumble through, several of them injured; some from the flying equipment, others from people landing on each other.

Unlike most of the arrivals, who are trying to help the other arrivals, a man in a green top, Dr. Nicholas Rush, immediately investigates the room's consoles, then moves up to a balcony to get a better look over the area. Despite all the panic, Rush smiles. Once the arrivals are through, the Stargate starts to overload, causing the people more concern. A moment later, Colonel Everett Young is shot through at high speed, flying across the room and landing on the hard floor. Shortly after, the Stargate shuts down. As it was the only light source in the room, the sudden darkness sets the arrivals into another yell of panic, as does the steam gushing out of the vents beside the Stargate. Scott goes to check on Young. Young places Scott in charge just before losing consciousness. Scott notices that Young's head is dripping blood, and calls for field medic Lt. Tamara Johansen, who tends to him. (Read more...)

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About Stargate

Stargate is a military science fiction franchise, initially conceived by Roland Emmerich and Dean Devlin. The film that began the franchise was simply titled Stargate. Theatrically released on October 28, 1994 by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Carolco, it became a worldwide hit, grossing nearly $200 million (USD) worldwide. Three years later, Canadian Brad Wright and Jonathan Glassner created a television series entitled Stargate SG-1 as a sequel for the film. Stargate SG-1 briefly held the record for the longest-running North American science fiction show in history with a total of ten seasons and 214 episodes. This series would set the scene for Stargate's ongoing legacy.

Stargate - The Ark of Truth
In 2004, Stargate SG-1's first spin-off series, entitled Stargate: Atlantis, was released. Stargate: Atlantis concluded January 9, 2009 after five seasons and 100 episodes. A second Stargate spin-off series, entitled Stargate Universe, began airing on October 2, 2009 and concluded after 2 seasons. As of May 9, 2011, with the series finale of Stargate Universe, no new episodes of the Stargate franchise are planned for production, leaving the franchise with a total of 354 canon episodes. However, On May 29, 2014, Warner Brothers and MGM announced plans to reboot the Stargate franchise in the form in a new feature film trilogy. (Read more...)

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