SGU Stargate Universe: Divided   Rewatch 
August 28, 2017 5:45 PM - Season 1, Episode 12 - Subscribe

Colonel Young's opponents launch a coup to take control of the ship, pitting the military against civilians.

Musical Accompaniment
The song during the episode's opening montage is "You Won't Know" by Brand New.

Wray: [Talking about Rush] “You shouldn’t have left him on the planet.”
Young: “You think I don’t know that?”
Scott: "Sergeant?"
Greer: "They're fine. I went easy on ‘em."
Scott: "T.J., this is Doctor Brightman."
Johansen: "Hi."
Brightman: "Lieutenant. Thank you. OK. What did you give him?"
Johansen: "An anaesthetic I made from the venom of a creature we ran into a while back. In low doses it'll knock you out pretty good."
Brightman: "You gave him alien venom?! Is that safe?"
Wray: "Without it, we'd all be dead right now."
Brightman: "OK!"
Johansen: "I thought at first we were gonna have to go in blind but then Eli - he's one of our people - came up with this. It's a camera - he took it out of a Kino."
Brightman: "What's a ...?"
Johansen: "It's like a video transmitter. Anyway, we took it apart and mounted it on that, and that way we can go in thoracoscopically."
(The ship jolts and the lights flicker.)
Brightman : "What is that?"
Scott: "Uh, yeah. We're under attack."
Brightman: "What?!"
Scott: "Shields are holding. We're good."
Johansen: "Welcome to Destiny."
posted by zarq (1 comment total)
I don't know why, but in my mind the Destiny is flying backwards. Like the wide part should be the front and the skinny part should be the tail. I don't know.

Also, for a giant sized ship there seems to be tons of windows. Shouldn't the great majority of the rooms be deep inside?
posted by Literaryhero at 2:40 PM on December 28, 2017

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