SGU 2.20 "Gauntlet" Episode Guide

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Blocked by Command Ships at every star and unable to gate for supplies without alerting the drones, Destiny must take a stand or be left adrift.

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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

  • "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
  • "As was the case in every other season, the script for our season finale will be written by the time a decision is made on a pick-up. In fact, I suspect that by the time we do hear, we will have already wrapped production on season 2." — Joseph Mallozzi, July 11, 2010
  • "Some discussion on the as-yet-untitled (or, more appropriately, once-titled-and-subsequently-untitled) episode 20. Paul is slated to assume the writing duties on this one but that could change depending on how busy he finds himself in the next few weeks." — Joseph Mallozzi, September 2, 2010
  • "Success! I finished my rewrite of The Hunt, finally nailing that tricky fourth act scene. I’ll re-read it sometime this weekend and put it out on Tuesday after which my entire week will be free to spin episode 20, the season finale, that Paul will probably be writing (unless the approaching rewrites prove too time-consuming in which case I’ll be doing the honors)." — Joseph Mallozzi, September 3, 2010
  • pg15 writes: "No Gauntlet for the season finale? Wonder why that is. It’s a pretty sweet name." Answer: "It IS a sweet title – but no longer applicable." — Joseph Mallozzi, September 3, 2010
  • "In the afternoon, we also started spinning the big season finale. Tomorrow, we start putting the beats up on the board." — Joseph Mallozzi, September 9, 2010
  • "Well, so much for best intentions. The plan was to start beating out the big season finale this morning, but with Brad on Stage 6 overseeing the first day of main unit on Seizure and Carl down on Stage 5 overseeing the icky second unit action on Hope, we never did get around to gathering. Then, after lunch, I was in casting for two hours, checking out potential Corporal Reynolds, Sara Johansens, Steven Johansens, 12 year old TJ’s, and Tasia’s. By the time I got back upstairs, it was too late and now we’re eyeing Monday as a potential target of opportunity." — Joseph Mallozzi, September 10, 2010
  • "Finally, I was going to address some of the 'fan' conspiracy concerns in today’s mailbag but got sidetracked by prep on The Hunt, spinning episode 20, and this blog entry." — Joseph Mallozzi, September 13, 2010
  • "We finally finished breaking episode 20 today. Formerly titled Gauntled [sic], then untitled, now retitled Gauntlet, it’s a fitting end to SGU’s spectacular second season. I’ve been tasked with outlining the story and – depending on Paul’s schedule – scripting it as well. I’ll get right on that as soon as I finish work on The Hunt that goes to camera next week." — Joseph Mallozzi, September 15, 2010

Further Reading

--DeeKayP 02:22, 11 July 2010 (UTC)