Sigh, what to say about sgu?
Brilliant. Excellent character portrayals, a nice departure from its sugar-coated predecessors. For those who have never seen its predecessors, using the current sgu series as a benchmark would leave you pondering whether the entire franchise encompasses nothing but doom and gloom, whilst the cast are all trying to romp back home in a holed handcart; all firmly held in a rigid fist that's squeezing the bejesus out of them before spitting the remnants like so much used sticky nasty tobacco - and that's in a happy episode!
This (series) is/was turning out to be one of my favourties sg's, and they'd better ensure there's a sufficient number of series's down the pipeline to keep us stalwart gits happy - otherwise, executives, a crate of kinos'll be shoved into places the sun doesn't have any place shining - nicely of course!