SGU 2.18 "Epilogue" Episode Guide

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Destiny reaches an abandoned modern civilization on a planet in the throes of seismic destruction. While the crew retrieves valuable data archives stored underground, Rush discovers a possible way to help the planet's survivors.

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MGM/ Official Summary

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


Opening Credits:

Guest Starring:

Closing Credits:


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Production Notes

  • "The rest of the day was spent yakking about Carl’s first draft of Hope, episode #14, my outline for The Hunt, episode #16, and whether or not Radio, episode #18, still worked given the preceding episode." — Joseph Mallozzi, June 25, 2010
  • "201: Intervention, 202: Aftermath, 203: Awakening, 204: Pathogen, 205: Cloverdale, 206: Trial and Error, 207: The Greater Good, 208: Malice, 209: Visitation, 210: Resurgence, 211: Deliverance, 212: Twin Destinies, 213: Alliances, 214: Hope, 215: Seizure, 216: The Hunt, 217: (Rob’s script), 218: (Carl’s script), 219: Blockade, 220: Gauntlet. Yep. All we need are a couple of titles." — Joseph Mallozzi, July 10, 2010
  • Boris writes: "What happened to episode 218: Radio that you mentioned some days ago?" Answer: "That’s still under discussion." — Joseph Mallozzi, July 11, 2010
  • "Carl, meanwhile, is multi-tasking – being on set for his episode, Hope, while simultaneously hammering out the story for his final script, Epilogue." — Joseph Mallozzi, September 2, 2010
  • "Radio has been renamed to the far more appropriate Epilogue." — Joseph Mallozzi, September 3, 2010
  • "Alex Chapple directing. Very, very big. Still one week left to shoot it. ... The episode is titled "Epilogue." Shoots 19, but will air 18 (out of 20 eps for this season). ... Not the finale. Episode 18 (in air order, but it's shooting 19th). We just finished day four of nine days shooting. ... The finale is the next episode to shoot. ... We usually do 8 day shoots per ep. Some are 7, some (like this one) are longer." — Carl Binder, Twitter, October 30, 2010

Further Reading

--DeeKayP 02:32, 11 July 2010 (UTC)