2 - Interview originale non traduite
Pour les anglophones, voici l'interview originale en anglais de Joseph Mallozzi :
Lloyd writes : "How did you get into the world of Stargate ?"
Answer : Our Canadian agent got us the opportunity to pitch. We came up with five story ideas, two of which we sold. One, Scorched Earth, was the script that landed us a position on staff.
"Have you watched before Season 4 Stargate SG-1 before coming to the team ?"
Answer : No. In fact, I had only seen one episode of the series - Emancipation - and hated it. It wasn't until we got the opportunity to pitch that we started watching episodes and realized - hey, this show is pretty good !
"When you watch an episode of Stargate (SG1, SGA, SGU), you have the eyes of a fan (or viewer) or a critical eye on your work ?"
Answer : As with every film or television series, I view it through the eyes of a writer first and the eyes of a producer second. My ex used to hate going to see movies with me because I'd spend most of my time sighing and muttering angrily to myself in the dark.
"If the MGM offers to return to something new: about Stargate, Will you join in ?"
Answer : I'm committed to other projects and, unfortunately, would be unable to participate. Provided Brad Wright was in charge, any new project would be in excellent hands.
"Is there some episode you remember most ? and why ?"
Answer : A few. Harmony, Whispers, 200, Ripple Effect, The Hunt to name a few. As for why - well, you'll find out when I get around to reminiscing about their particular seasons.
"Today you have another project (the series "The Transporter"), how would you like your job, compared to Stargate ?"
Answer : To be honest, Toronto has been a major adjustment (still ongoing), but I can't say enough great things about Transporter: The Series. I can honestly say that I enjoy going into work and that speaks to the show and the people involved.
"If you had to summarize in one word, all your work on Stargate, which one? ? and why this word ?"
Answer : Fun. That's what I set out to do (have fun) every time I envisioned a story and sat down to write a script. If the viewers at home had fun watching, then mission accomplished.
"Finally, what do you think about the cancellation of all projects Stargate? ("Extinction", "Revolution", a film SGU) Why all of a sudden ?"
Answer : I think it was for me and all the fans a very sad news