May 8th, 2008

Supernatural: Brothers (from ELAC)

The Stargate/Supernatural Connection

Okay, I'm sure this has already been done numerous times before, but I'm at home today recovering from a touch of something nasty that had me pretty ill last night and this morning, and I'm bored.

I always thought it was pretty cool the "connections" these two shows have.

1. Supernatural is filmed in Vancouver, Canada, just like Stargate SG-1, Stargate Atlantis, and Stargate Universe were.

2. Ken Girotti, who had directed the Stargate SG-1 episodes "Cold Lazarus" (#1x06) and "Ethon" (#9x15) also directed the Supernatural episode "Home" (#1x09).

3. Jeff Woolnough, who had directed the Stargate SG-1 episode "Emancipation" (#1x03), also directed Supernatural episode "Dark Side of the Moon" (#5x16).

4. Lots of people who appeared on Stargate SG-1 (and even Stargate Atlantis and Stargate Universe) also appeared in Supernatural.  Here is an exhaustive list:
  • Jamil Walker Smith, who played Master Sgt. Ronald Greer in Stargate Universe, also played Sam's friend Luis in Supernatural episode "Pilot" (#1x01).
  • Bruce Dawson, who played the Captain in Stargate Atlantis episode "Aurora" (#2x09) also played Bill Carlton in Supernatural episode "Dead in the Water" (#1x03).
  • Jaime Ray Newman, who played Lt. Cadman in Stargate Atlantis episode "Duet" (#2x04) also played Amanda Walker, flight attendant in Supernatural episode "Phantom Traveler" (#1x04).
  • Brian Markinson, who played Lotan in Stargate SG-1 episode "Scorched Earth" (#4x09) also played Jerry Panowski in Supernatural episode "Phantom Traveler."
  • Dan Shea, who appeared as Sgt. Siler in countless Stargate SG-1 episodes, played a cop in Supernatural episode "Bloody Mary" (#1x05) and a demon in episode "No Rest for the Wicked" (#3x16).
  • Ryan Robbins, who played Ladon Radim (the Genii guy) in various Stargate Atlantis episodes also played Travis Weaver in Supernatural episode "Bugs" (#1x08).
  • Andrew Airlie, who played Kalan in Stargate SG-1 episode "Learning Curve" (#3x05) and Dr. Carmichael in episode "Avatar" (#8x06) also played Larry Pike in Supernatural episode "Bugs."
  • Anne Marie DeLuise, wife of Stargate SG-1 director Peter DeLuise, played Joanie Pike in Supernatural episode "Bugs."
  • Tom Butler, who played Trofsky in Stargate SG-1 episodes "Out of Mind" (#2x22) and "Into the Fire (#3x01) played Harley Jorgeson in Supernatural episode "Scarecrow" (#1x11).
  • Samantha Ferris, who played Dr. Raully in the same Stargate SG-1 episodes above, plays recurring character Ellen Harvelle in Supernatural (or at least did in Season 2 and Season 5, and one episode of Season 6... *misses Ellen*).
  •  Brent Stait, who played Maj. Ferretti in Stargate SG-1 episodes "Children of the Gods" (#1x01) and "Within the Serpent's Grasp (#1x22), played Scotty in Supernatural episode "Scarecrow" and a truck driver in Supernatural episode "...And Then There Were None" (#6x16).
  • William B. Davis, who played an Ori Prior in Stargate SG-1 episode "The Fourth Horseman, Part 2" (#9x11) played a professor in Supernatural episode "Scarecrow."
  • Kevin McNulty, who played Dr. Warner in various Stargate SG-1 episodes (mostly S1 and S2) and Chancellor Lycus in Stargate Atlantis episode "Inferno" (#2x19), played Roy Le Grange in Supernatural episode "Faith" (#1x12).
  • Gillian Barber, who played one of the "residents" in Stargate SG-1 episode "The Gamekeeper" (#2x04) and Ambassador Dreylock in several other episodes, played Layla's mother in Supernatural episode "Faith."
  • Alvin Sanders, who played Fred in Stargate SG-1 episode "Holiday" (#2x18) played Jimmy Anderson in Supernatural episode "Route 666" (#1x13).
  • Jessica Steen, who played Dr. Elizabeth Weir in Stargate SG-1 episodes "The Lost City" (#7x21) and "The Lost City Part 2" (#7x22), played Officer Kathleen Hudak in Supernatural episode "The Benders" (#1x15).
  • Ari Cohen, who played Tyrus in Stargate Atlantis episode "Underground" (#1x08) also played Miles Tarnower (the father of the first sick little girl) in Supernatural episode "Something Wicked" (#1x18).
  • Venus Terzo, who played Dr. Michaels in Stargate SG-1 episode "Frozen" (#6x04), played Joanna in Supernatural episode "Something Wicked."
  • Jodelle Ferland, who played young Adria in Stargate SG-1 episode "Flesh and Blood" (#10x01) and Harmony in Stargate Atlantis episode "Harmony" (#4x14), played Melanie Merchant (the creepy little ghost girl with the razor) in Supernatural episode "Provenance" (#1x19). As a side note, it seems that this Supernatural episode was filmed right around the same time as SG-1's "Flesh and Blood."  She wasn't in that SG-1 ep very much, so I'm guessing they just filmed her scenes on a different day (or days) from the one(s) she filmed on Supernatural.
  • Jay Brazeau, who played Harlan on Stargate SG-1 episodes "Tin Man" (#1x19) and "Double Jeopardy" (#4x21), played a historian in Supernatural episode "Provenance", as well as a doctor in episode "My Bloody Valentine" (#5x14).
  • Dominic Zamprogna, who played Ares in Stargate Atlantis episode "Childhood's End" (#1x06), played a vampire named Bo in Supernatural episode "Dead Man's Blood" (#1x20).
  • Vincent Gale, who played Agent Cross in Stargate SG-1 episode "Nightwalkers" (#6x05), and Morrison in a few episodes of Stargate Universe, played Evan Hudson in Supernatural episode "Crossroad Blues" (#2x08).
  • Tom McBeath, who played Colonel Maybourne in many Stargate SG-1 episodes, played Scott's father in Supernatural episode "Hunted" (#2x10).
  • Richard Kahan, who played Baldric in Stargate Atlantis episode "The Tower" (#2x15), played a gas station convenience store clerk in Supernatural episode "Born Under a Bad Sign" (#2x14).
  • Winston Rekert, who played Cordesh in Stargate SG-1 episodes "The Tok'ra Part 1" and "The Tok'ra Part 2" (#2x11 and #2x12), played Jonah Greeley, the spirit in Supernatural episode "Roadkill" (#2x16).
  • Teryl Rothery, who played recurring character Dr. Janet Fraiser on countless Stargate SG-1 episodes, played a coroner (how cool is that??) in Supernatural episode "Heart" (#2x17).
  • Ben Ratner, who played a studio executive in Stargate SG-1 episode "Wormhole X-Treme!" (#5x12) and Dr. Hutchison in episode "Morpheus" (#10x02), played Walter Dixon in Supernatural episode "Hollywood Babylon" (#2x18).
  • Garwin Sanford, who played the Tollan Narim in Stargate SG-1 episodes "Enigma" (#1x17), "Pretense" (#3x15) and "Between Two Fires" (#5x09), as well as Simon, Dr. Weir's husband (?) in several Stargate Atlantis episodes, played Deacon in Supernatural episode "Folsom Prison Blues" (#2x19).
  • Ona Grauer, who played an Ancient in Stargate Atlantis episode "Rising, Part 1", and played Colonel Young's wife in a few episodes of Stargate Universe season 1, played the Crossroads Demon in Supernatural episode "All Hell Breaks Loose, Part 2" (#2x22).
  • Kurt Evans, who played Col. Johnson in Stargate SG-1 2-parter "The Fourth Horseman" (#9x10 and 9x11), played Agent Reidy in Supernatural episodes "Folsom Prison Blues" (#2x19) and "Jus In Bello" (#3x12).
  • Ben Cotton, who played Kavanagh in quite a few Stargate Atlantis episodes, played Pride in Supernatural episode "The Magnificent Seven" (#3x01).
  • Hrothgar Mathews, who played Dr. Hamilton in Stargate SG-1 episode "Prodigy" (#4x19), played Grossman in Supernatural episode "Bad Day at Black Rock" (#3x03).
  • Don S. Davis, who played Stargate SG-1's lovable General George Hammond, played Trotter in Supernatural episode "Sin City" (#3x04).
  • Julia Benson, who played 2nd Lieutenant Vanessa James on Stargate Universe, played a hooker in Supernatural episode "Sin City" (#3x04)
  • Christopher Cousins, who played Ambassador Joe Faxon in Stargate SG-1 episodes "2010" (#4x16) and "2001" (#5x10) played Doctor Garrison in Supernatural episode "Bedtime Stories" (#3x05).
  • Martin Christopher, who played Major Marks on quite a few Stargate SG-1 episodes (and in the Ark of Truth movie), played a doctor in Supernatural episode "Fresh Blood" (#3x07), as well as in "Dream a Little Dream of Me" (#3x10). (thanks for the heads up, orangeswirl19!)
  • Peter DeLuise, director on Stargate SG-1, appeared as FBI Deputy Director Groves in Supernatural episode "Jus In Bello" (#3x12).
  • Tyler McClendon, who played Lt. Banks in Stargate SG-1 episode "Avalon, Part 1" (#9x01), played Deputy Phil Amici in Supernatural episode "Jus in Bello."
  • Eric Breker, who played Colonel Reynolds on various Stargate SG-1 episodes (and in the Ark of Truth movie), played the grieving father in Supernatural episode "Long Distance Call" (#3x14).
  • Kavan Smith, who played Maj. Lorne in many episodes of Stargate Atlantis and a few episodes of Stargate SG-1, played an auto body shop worker in Supernatural episode "Time is On My Side" (#3x15).
  • Craig Veroni, who played Grodin in many S1 episodes of Stargate Atlantis, appeared as another auto body shop worker in Supernatural episode "Time is On My Side."
  • Steven Williams, who played General Vidrine in various episodes of Stargate SG-1 from season 4 to season 7, also played Rufus in Supernatural episodes "Time Is On My Side", "Good God, Y'all!" (#5x02), "Weekend At Bobby's" (#6x04), "...And Then There Were None" (#6x16), and "Death's Door" (#7x10).
  • Mitch Pileggi, who played Col. Caldwell in many episodes of Stargate Atlantis, played Samuel Campbell, Mary Winchester's father and Sam and Dean's grandfather in Supernatural episodes "In the Beginning" (#4x03), "Exile on Main Street" (#6x01), "Two And a Half Men" (#6x02), "Live Free or Twi-Hard" (#6x05), "Family Matters" (#6x07), "Caged Heat" (#6x10), and "...And Then There Were None" (#6x16).
  • Gary Chalk, who played Col. Chekhov in a handful episodes of Stargate SG-1 starting in season 5, played Sheriff Deitrich in Supernatural episode "Monster Movie" (#4x05).
  • Christopher Heyerdahl, who played Pallan in Stargate SG-1 episode "Revisions" (#7x05), Halling in several early Stargate Atlantis episodes, and finally the wraith Todd in many season 3-5 Stargate Atlantis episodes, played Alistair in Supernatural episodes "Death Takes a Holiday" (#4x15), "On the Head of a Pin" (#4x16), and "When the Levee Breaks" (#4x21).
  • Aaron Pearl, who played Lt. General Hammond in "1969" (#2x20) and Lt. Kearney in "Lockdown" (#8x03) episodes of Stargate SG-1, played Roger in Supernatural episode "The Rapture" (#4x20), as well as a sheriff in episode "Heartache" (#8x03).
  • Lexa Doig, who played Dr. Carolyn Lam in seasons 9 and 10 of Stargate SG-1 (and is also Michael Shanks' wife), played Risa in Supernatural episode "The End" (#5x04).
  • Paul McGillion, who played the young Dr. Ernest Littlefield in Stargate SG-1 episode "The Torment of Tantalus (#1x10), and Dr. Carson Beckett during most of Stargate Atlantis, played Jim in Supernatural episode "Fallen Idols" (#5x05).
  • Steve Bacic, who played Major Coburn in Stargate SG-1 episodes "Maternal Instinct" (#3x20) and "The First Ones" (#4x08), and Camulus in "New Order" (#8x01) and Zero Hour (#8x04), played Dr. Sexy, M.D., in Supernatural episode "Changing Channels" (#5x08).
  • Crystal Lowe (aka Lo), who played Nya in Stargate SG-1 episode "Emancipation" (#1x03), played the "Leticia Gore" actress in Supernatural episode "The Real Ghostbusters" (#5x09).
  • Michael Shanks, Dr. Daniel Jackson himself in Stargate SG-1, played Rob in Supernatural episode "99 Problems" (#5x17).
  • Corin Nemec, who played Jonas Quinn in season 6 of Stargate SG-1, played Christian Campbell starting in Supernatural episode "Exile On Main Street" (#6x01) up through "Caged Heat" (#6x10).
  • Robert Picardo, who played Ambassador Woolsey from seasons 7 through 10 of Stargate SG-1, later episodes of Stargate Atlantis, and several episodes of Stargate Universe, played a leprechaun in Supernatural episode "Clap Your Hands If You Believe" (#6x09).
  • Gary Jones, who played Sgt. Walter Harriman throughout all of Stargate SG-1, appeared in the teaser of Supernatural episode "The Mentalists" (#7x07).
  • Bill Dow, who played Dr. Lee in Stargate SG-1 seasons 7-10 and some Stargate Atlantis episodes, played a doctor in Supernatural episode "The Born-Again Identity" (#7x17).
  • Gerard Plunkett, who played High Councillor Tuplo in Stargate SG-1 episodes "The Broca Divide" (#1x04) and "Enigma" (#1x16), and Nem in episode "Fire and Water" (#1x12), played Plutus in Supernatural episode "What's Up, Tiger Mommy?" (#8x02).

And that's about all I have.  There's my geekdom, in all its glory. *grin*  If any sharp-eyed SG-1/SGA watchers noticed I missed anyone, please let me know and I'll add them. ETA: Major *huggles* for my f-listers, esp. meg_tdj for filling in some of the holes! :)
ETA#2: edited to include a few more people after last night's SPN ep. Heh. :)
ETA#3: Updated 7/17/09 to include up to Supernatural season 4! If there are any that I missed, please let me know and I'll add them. :)
ETA#4: Updated 4/23/10 to include Supernatural season 5! Again if I'm missing any, please let me know. Thanks. :)
ETA#5: Updated 9/24/10 to include the season 6 premiere of Supernatural.
ETA#6: Updated 5/26/11 to include actors from Stargate Universe and some later season 6 episodes of Supernatural.

ETA#7: Updated 9/10/12 to include Supernatural season 7 and to fill in some more holes.
ETA#8: Updated 10/12/12 to include Supernatural season 8.

On a sort of related note, I really hope the actors won't end up striking.  Not only would it ruin the next season of Supernatural, but I'm assuming that some of the cast of SGA are part of the SAG (Screen Actors Guild) as well? I'd guess they would have to stop working too? And from what I hear, Michael Shanks will be filming his appearances on SGA around June or so, and this strike they've been threatening us with would occur around May 30th.  I thought I read somewhere that he's now part of SAG, isn't he? So I guess that would affect him as well.

*shakes head* I understand their reasons for striking (even if I don't totally agree w/them), but you'd think people would be trying to avoid another strike after we just barely got through the WGA's.  If this happens I think it'll sound the death knell for network TV.  I really hope they think about this - BOTH sides - and are able to avoid it. Not holding my breath though.

*grumbles*
Supernatural: Brothers (from ELAC)

My FF.net stalker is at it again

Okay, I know I just posted, but I'm so pissed off right now.

Not sure if anyone remembers, but just over a year ago I got into this argument with this guy on ff.net who'd written an SG-1 fic.  It was Cam/Vala and he snuck a S/J wedding into it, even though he only said the story was C/V.  I brought it up in my review and said I wished he would have mentioned S/J as one of the pairings.  He got into a huge argument with me about Sam/Daniel being brother and sister, and that 1) S/J is CANON; and 2) S/J "IS the show."  And he gave me thousands of examples showing how Sam and Jack love each other from all the episodes.  We exchanged a couple of emails and he said we'll just agree to disagree and then dropped it.

I thought it was over, but every so often if he noticed me reviewing another Cam/Vala story, he'd review it as well and bring up S/D even if the story had nothing to do with it. Comments like "Sam and Daniel are brother and sister and I don't know why some disturbed, misguided souls see it as more than that."  I think the guy has a HUGE chip on his shoulder.

Well right now I just got a notification that he'd left me a review for one of my fics. I wrote a C/V drabble called The Red Silk Nightie. Here was his review:

"short, but good. Please, NO Sam/Daniel! When the hell did SD (shudder) become
a sinonym for CamVala?"

Okay...

Dear Idiot,

1. Yes it's short because it's a drabble.  A drabble is exactly 100 words long.
2. Um... *scans fic for the 100th time* Sam/Daniel? Was there any S/D in this piece? I sure as heck didn't see any. 
3. Yes, you've told me countless times now of your discomfort with Sam/Daniel. I GET IT. 
4. S/D is a synonym (nice spelling, BTW) for C/V? Really? That's news to me. How many stories do you see on ff.net that are S/D & C/V?

Now please haul your ass somewhere else and leave me alone.

I am seriously, SERIOUSLY, sick and tired of people like this moron with their never-ending quests to convert people to their ship that they see as the right one.  This guy has such a huge chip on his shoulder he's lopsided.  I guess he didn't learn from his little exchange with me last time. 

I replied to him and said there was no hint of Sam/Daniel in the drabble.  I didn't even mention the characters (except that Vala had gone on a shopping trip with Sam - but there was no mention of Daniel whatsoever).  I said I know he hates S/D and he doesn't have to mention it all the time. I wish he'd keep it out when my story had nothing to do with it.  I said he's got a huge chip on his shoulder and I wish he could just let it go and we could agree to disagree. 

Whatever happened to just not reading something if you didn't like it?  I know some very pleasant, respectful S/J shippers (many of them right here on LJ) but this jerk gives shipping as a whole a bad name. 

I really am thinking of not posting my Stargate stories on ff.net anymore.  I'm tired of the harassment. 

*headdesk*