SGU 2.12 "Twin Destinies" Episode Guide

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Eli may have found a way home, but Rush believes the plan could go catastrophically wrong. After experts on Earth decide in favor of Eli’s plan, Rush announces his intention to remain on the ship and calls for volunteers to stay with him.

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MGM/ Official Summary

Official summary is not available as this episode has not yet aired in the United States.


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Production Notes

  • "Looks like Linda and I (or, more appropriately given the slotting) will double-team on #10 and #11, leaving Brad to tackle #12." — Joseph Mallozzi, February 11, 2010
  • "Linda and Brad, meanwhile, have started mulling over their fledgling stories." — Joseph Mallozzi, March 5, 2010
  • "And I hear that both Remi and Brad will be putting out their scripts early next week, episodes #9 and #13 [sic]. I really think there should be a rule that prevents a writer from putting out a script until all of the preceding scripts in air order have been released. I’m going to try to regain my writing mojo tonight by having a couple of drinks and forcing the issue." — Joseph Mallozzi, April 23, 2010
  • "Once that’s done, I’ll be moving on to the first draft of Brad’s script, episode #12." — Joseph Mallozzi, May 12, 2010
  • "Brad just put out his final draft of episode #12, Twin Destinies. I love these types of episodes." — Joseph Mallozzi, May 14, 2010
  • "Brad is working on his rewrite of Twin Destinies following our marathon morning mind-bending discussion." — Joseph Mallozzi, May 27, 2010
  • "Also watched Brad’s cut of episode #12, Twin Destinies today. It’s one of those mindbenders that challenges but leaves you feeling very satisfied. And a tad dizzy." — Joseph Mallozzi, June 30, 2010
  • "Brad Wright has penned a new brain-twisting episode where Rush will have to meet up with his own future-self and decide whether or not to trust his future-self's warnings." — IGN SDCC report, July 23, 2010
  • "Rush comes back from the future, and tells people on the ship not to do something, but of course no one listens to him. Robert Carlyle had to play against himself." — Daemon's TV SDCC report, July 23, 2010

Further Reading

--DeeKayP 02:15, 28 May 2010 (UTC)