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This will be a spoiler-FREE preview (instead of spoiler- full recap). “Malice”, the new episode of Stargate Universe, airs in the United States on Tuesday, November 16, 2010 on the Syfy Channel and November 19, 2010 on SPACE in Canada (check local listings for times).

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This is the episode that was filmed in the Bisti Badlands of New Mexico. The terrain of the area is perfect for SGU because it looks truly alien, even though it is from our own world. The red rock almost looks like Georgia clay against the sand. What beauty our own planet has, yet few of us have discovered.

Bisti Badlands New Mexico

Bisti Badlands, New Mexico

Joel Goldsmith did a stellar job on the music, especially towards the end where it sounded like he incorporated regional sounds of the perhaps the Hopi and Navajo Indians of the New Mexico region into Stargate-like music. It was simply beautiful.

Bisti Badlands, New Mexico

With all the drama in this episode, it would not be Stargate without at least one moment of levity. I burst out laughing (and this is nonspoilery) when one of our characters says: “Please shut up.” I could just picture myself saying the exact same thing in the exact same situation.

Malice Preview -- Rush at Stargate

Overall, “Malice” shows us the consequences of plot points from “The Greater Good.”

SGU Malice Preview Simeon

For those living in the United States, you probably saw the trailer for “Malice” immediately after “The Greater Good” finished and know what happens to at least one of the characters. I had intended to make this part of my report since Syfy opened the door on the subject matter, but Space and other channels around the world may air a different cut, and I have decided to remain silent about who this individual is so as not to spoil it for those who are still in the dark on this subject matter.

SGU Malice Preview Rush

Robert C. Cooper is a master storyteller. Everyone loved Stargate Atlantis’ “Vegas” episode (he must love the desert). He both wrote and directed this episode. It starts off strong and does not stop. There are injuries, death, mayhem, destruction, ground-shaking events. Mark Savela and his team have whipped up a fabulous new visual effect on the planet. A character we have not seen in awhile returns.

The crew gets help from an unexpected source. TJ is up to her elbows in blood. Other characters who haven’t had many dialogue lines get their chance to shine once again during this episode. Most of Destiny’s crew will be put in harm’s way. Who lives? Who dies? You will have to tune in to find out. It is better than a rollercoaster ride–it’s a wormhole kawoosh!!!!!!!!!!!!!

SGU Wormhole

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4 Comments

  • avatar Jermaine says:

    Hi,I was wondering where could I find the exact title of the music at the end?
    Thanks.

  • avatar WR_Systems says:

    Hello Jermaine,

    Thank you for your question.

    The title of the song is the same as embedded in the title of the news article: “Dirty Little Secret”. The artist info in this music news series was credited and featured on the front at 58 seconds in the news video, rather than the back end credits. The “Dirty Little Secret” refers to Dr. Rush’s keeping secret the Destiny bridge from Col. Young and the crew and what he plans to do to Simeon.

    The artist is “The All American Rejects” circa June 6, 2005 when it was first released as a hit single.

    Best Regards

  • avatar Jermaine says:

    I meant the music when Rush was walking back to the gate, the one that was referred to in the text as work of Joel Goldsmith. The instrument it is played on, if I’m not mistaken, is duduk, an Armenian instrument.

    Thank you for the reply.

  • avatar WR_Systems says:

    Hi again,

    PBMom and I believe this is original music scored by Joel Goldsmith. We are double checking our sources and one of us will post shortly.

    Best Regards

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