El 7x10 estaba siendo un poco aburrido...pero los últimos 10 minutos son brutales.Secreto:
(Pincha para leerlo)
Y veo que no soy el único que se ha dado cuenta que las últimas dos temporadas están muy inspiradas en Stargate:
Anyone find it interesting that there are so many similarities between Stargate (Both SG1 and Atlantis) and Season 6 of The 100? Here are the following that I found:
For one, the season takes place on another world (moon) that doesn't look too different from Earth (yes yes I know both Stargate and The 100 are filmed near Vancouver lol. Theyve even used props from Stargate Atlantis in a scene in Mt. Weather)
The Primes can easily be the Goa'uld and the COGs can easily be the Tok'ra. I do find it ironic that Russell (JR Bourne played a Tok'ra named Martouf in SG1) is playing a Prime. Hell, in the eariler seasons of Season 6, the Sanctum guards even seem to use spear-like staff weapons (obviously without the shooting capabilities that the Jaffas' staff weapons from SG1 had)
The Eligius 3 Colony mission parallel the Ancients/Alterans, seeding human life on planets Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Epsilon etc. Ancients/Alterans in SG1 and Atlantis did the same throughout the Milky Way and Pegasus galaxy
While we don't know much about the Anomaly, its been confirmed by Marie Avgeropoulos that it is indeed a portal to other worlds (most likely Beta, Gamma etc). So yes, the Anomaly has a very high chance of being a Stargate. And it is not surprising if Eligius 3, given their earlier parallel with the Ancients/Alterans (aka the Gate Builders in Stargate) are somehow responsible for building the Anomaly on Sanctum.
The characters from Earth (Adventure Squad, Wonkru, and Eligius Prisoners) are the Tauri. They are constantly referred to as "Earthlings" by both the Primes/Sanctum citizens and the COGs. The Earthlings ( called Tauri in SG) along with the help of the COGS (Tokra in SG) ultimately defeat the False Gods aka Primes (Goauld in SG)
I was also really really happy to learn that Amanda Tapping (Sam Carter in Stargate) directed the Matryoshka episode in Season 6.
Dean Marshall, who played Delilah's dad, also played a relatively important character Sergeant Bates in Stargate Atlantis
I also like how the ending credits music in Season 6 sounds so Egyptian (good callback to Abydos and the Goaulds haha)
Anyhow, my apologies if this post was too long. Essentially if you're bored during this hiatus, I highly recommend you start watching Stargate SG1 and Atlantis. Great way to bide time before Season 7 rolls around