Syfy (ended 2010)
|I just love, how good old ronald d moore, has taken his own interpretation of the late 70's, early 80 interracial version of Battlestar Galatica, and made it a purely aryan like version, with a all anglo cast, playing lead and or roles: Showing the anglo males cast in friendships or more..... "Intimate" relationships with females of all races & colors, but not making the show unilateral, in showinf BLACK, asian and hispanic [cast] male members in similar situations, with females opposite their race..... It seems "a typical" in [anglo male] film and television producers to do such a thing, portraying even science fiction fantasy series such as this one, always the anglo male the dominate, while the males, whom is a [black, asian, hispanic] male to fall in behind.....|
|Although I am pi$$ed now because the only black man on Stargate Atlantis is now a freak alien and not on the show any more.|
|I am sorry in which part of the Constitution do "we all have a right for television shows not to be racist." I must have missed that one in my civics class. That is the biggest load I have heard in a long time. Maybe it is in the U.N. Charter? People need to get a grip. If you do not like a show because it does not have enough minorities or to many women being sluts stop watching. The off button is a powerful thing. If you have lost the remote the switch on the TV still works. Although I am pi$$ed now because the only black man on Stargate Atlantis is now a freak alien and not on the show any more.|
|Ford is much more interesting now that he is a Wraith-enzyme addict. He was pretty boring before. It would be nice to see him more often though.|
But the question is why does he need to be a wraith-enzyme addict to be intresting? Teyla is from another planet but human and intresting. Why not ford, why did they let his character fall into mediocrity until they had no choice but to make him a monster?