New Order Part 1

Stargate SG-1With O’Neill still frozen in the Antarctic Ancient outpost after Anubis’ attack, an international controversy has arisen over the that battle – and until treaties can be worked out, no one nation can lay claim to the outpost, making it off-limits to the SGC. Carter and Teal’c set off on a mission to contact the Asgard in the hopes that they can remove the Ancients’ knowledge from O’Neill without killing him in the process. Daniel stays on Earth with Dr. Weir to await word from Carter, but they’re surprised when the first message they receive is from a representative of the Goa’uld System Lords, all of whom apparently now want to negotiate a treaty of their own after the apparent destruction of Anubis. Weir gets the President’s permission to open talks with the System Lords, but Daniel is skeptical of their motives. The modified Goa’uld ship carrying Carter and Teal’c into Asgard space comes out of hyperspace right on top of a black hole, and it torn to pieces by the gravitational forces – just moments after Thor transports them to his ship. But their troubles are just beginning: Thor caused the stellar collapse that led to the black hole in order to defeat an onslaught of Replicators. But to Thor’s surprise, the Replicators seem to have overcome the black holes’ gravity, and when Carter and Teal’c defend Thor’s ship from a Replicator boarding party, Carter is kidnapped.

She finds herself in the clutches of Fifth, who forces his way into her mind to extract information. And on Earth, the negotiations with the System Lords break down – one of the System Lords, Baal, is trying to take advantage of the void left by Anubis to propel himself into a position of power.

Season 8 Regular Cast: Richard Dean Anderson (General Jack O’Neill), Michael Shanks (Dr. Daniel Jackson), Amanda Tapping (Colonel Samantha Carter), Chirstopher Judge (Teal’c)

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directed by Andy Mikita
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Guest Cast: Torri Higginson (Dr. Elizabeth Weir), Patrick Currie (Fifth), Kira Clavell (Amaterasu), Steve Bacic (Camulus), Gary Jones (Chief Sgt. Walter Harriman), Vincent Crestejo (Shang Ti), Kevan Ohtsji (Yu’s First Prime), Barclay Hope (Col. Pendergast), Chelah Horsdal (Comm Officer), Buddy Dolan (Commander Langley)

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New Order Part 2

Stargate SG-1Though the Asgard successfully destroy the massive Replicator ship in orbit of the new Asgard homeworld, many Replicator blocks survive to reach the planet’s surface and begin replicating anew. No trace has been found of Carter, dead or alive, in the Replicator debris, and yet Carter awakens in an idyllic setting – on a farm with her fiancee, Pete. But she’s aware that it can’t be real, and challenges the illusory environment at every turn, until “Pete” reveals himself to be Fifth, still intact, and proclaiming that he’s in love with Carter. Earth, in the meantime, braces for an invasion by Baal, but in the midst of the ongoing negotiations Daniel is snatched away by Thor, who also has no problem extracting O’Neill from the Antarctic base.

Thor is concerned only with saving the Asgard’s new planet, and enlists O’Neill – and his Ancient knowledge – in the race to create a new weapon to fight the Replicators. Just before Thor has to purge the Ancient knowledge from O’Neill’s mind, the design for a new weapon appears in the Asgard ship’s main computer. Thor is able to generate a working physical copy of the weapon…but no one is quite sure how to use it.

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Guest Cast: Torri Higginson (Dr. Elizabeth Weir), Patrick Currie (Fifth), Kira Clavell (Amaterasu), Steve Bacic (Camulus), Gary Jones (Chief Sgt. Walter Harriman), Vincent Crestejo (Shang Ti), Kevan Ohtsji (Yu’s First Prime), Barclay Hope (Col. Pendergast), Chelah Horsdal (Comm Officer), Buddy Dolan (Commander Langley)

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Lockdown

Stargate SG-1General O’Neill has a bit of trouble adjusting to his new desk job, and one of his first duties in the office is to turn down a Russian Air Force colonel’s request to fill his open slot on SG-1. When Daniel tries to smooth things over with the new arrival, the Russian collapses and Daniel rushes him to the infirmary. O’Neill is warned that the colonel’s symptoms could be contagious, and when he calls off an offworld mission, Daniel reacts violently and has to be subdued. When Daniel awakens, he has no memory of trying to force his way through the stargate. O’Neill orders a lockdown at the SGC, while Carter theorizes that this could be a case of non-Goa’uld alien possession – but Daniel seems certain that Anubis is involved, and now that he can move at will from body to body, nobody is above suspicion.

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Guest Cast: Gavin Hood (Colonel Vaselov), Alisen Down (Dr. Brightman), Aaron Pearl (Major Kearney), Arvydas Lebeliunas (Konstantinov), Holly Ferguson (Lt. Evans), Dan Shea (Sgt. Siler)

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Icon

Stargate SG-1Daniel awakens in unfamiliar surroundings, suffering from injured that he barely remembers receiving. Three months earlier, SG-1 emerged – quite publicly – through a stargate that was treated as a museum relic. The planet onto which the team stepped is in the grip of a cold war, but the suspicions that result from the reports of the stargate’s activation heat up hostilities quickly. While he was still trying to learn about the planet’s people and culture, Daniel became trapped when an all-out intercontinental war broke out – and as O’Neill and the rest of the team try to secure Daniel’s release from a rapid succession of leaders rising to power and falling again, no one can be sure that SG-1’s appearance wasn’t the spark that ignited decades of smoldering hostilities.

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Guest Cast: Amy Sloan (Leda Kane), Timothy Webber (Commander Gareth), Matthew Bennett (Jarrod Kane), James Kidnie (Soren), Gary Jones (Chief Sgt. Walter Harriman), Richard Side (Guide), Christopher Redmond (Tian), Preston Cook (Radio Man), Charles Zuckermann (Rebel Soldier), Leanne Adachi (Rebel Aide)

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Avatar

Stargate SG-1A test of a new virtual reality combat simulator leaves O’Neill and his team a little underwhelmed; the simulation software “learns” from the combat experience of its users, but so far, it’s only “learned” from Dr. Lee and his team of experts – perfectly good scientists, but not exactly soldiers. Teal’c agrees to work with them in refining their simulator into something more useful, but using his extensive knowledge of encounters with alien aggressors, the simulation becomes much tougher with Teal’c as its player. After he replays – and loses – several rounds, Teal’c finally opts to use a failsafe exit that will get him out of the simulation, only to find that he can’t even escape. In the real world, the simulation device – derived from alien technology – is ensuring that Teal’c’s real body feels at least some of the pain of his series of defeats. If left attached to the simulator too long, Teal’c faces a very real death.

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directed by Martin Wood
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Guest Cast: Bill Dow (Dr. Lee), Andrew Airlie (Dr. Carmichael), Gary Jones (Chief Sgt. Walter Harriman), Dan Shea (Sgt. Siler), Dan Payne (Kull Warrior)

Notes: The simulator is derived from the technology used by The Gamekeeper in season 2.

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Gemini

Stargate SG-1An attempt to open the SGC gate is halted before transit can occur due to an unusual security concern – the ID code used to open the gate is Carter’s, but it’s also four months out of date. When a MALP is sent through to investigate, what it finds on the other side is Carter – a Replicator Carter created by Fifth. The Replicator Carter claims that she has escaped Fifth’s control and has come to warn her human counterpart of a new breed of Replicator immune to the disruptor, and Carter decides to let her through. Once on the base, the Replicator shares with Carter her memories of Fifth’s torturous indoctrination sessions, forcing the Carter clone to kill her teammates in holographic simulations. Carter warily trusts the Replicator to help find a way to destroy the almost-undetectable human Replicators, but Teal’c and O’Neill aren’t so confident. And while the Carter clone does help to fend off the Replicator ship on a heading for Earth, it turns out that the skepticism about her mission and motives wasn’t entirely unjustified.

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Guest Cast: Patrick Currie (Fifth), Gary Jones (Chief Sgt. Walter Harriman), Dan Shea (Sgt. Siler)

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Prometheus Unbound

Stargate SG-1Daniel has been ready to join the Prometheus mission to Atlantis for some time, but O’Neill flatly refuses to let him go, insisting that he needs Daniel at the SGC. But both of them are surprised when General Hammond pays a surprise visit and makes it very clear that the decision has been taken out of O’Neill’s hands: Daniel will be joining the Atlantis mission, at the insistence of the Prometheus’ commander…who just happens to be Hammond himself. Between the Milky Way and Pegasus galaxies, the Promtheus picks up a distress call, supposedly from a human, and responds, finding a Goa’uld ship instead. Once many of the crew are aboard the other ship as a landing party, Prometheus is ripe for a takeover. A single supersoldier takes the Prometheus easily, but Daniel manages to remain aboard, discovering that the armed hijacker is a con artist named Vala Mal Doran. Daniel retakes the Prometheus, but Vala has locked the ship’s controls on a heading of her own – she was hoping the Prometheus’ firepower would look convincing enough to help her conduct a shady deal for a shipment of naquadah. Even with Vala in the brig, Daniel is left with little choice but to conduct the deal himself. Vala insists that her help will be needed, and when the deal turns out to be a disastrous double-cross, even her help may not be enough.

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Guest Cast: Claudia Black (Vala), Don S. Davis (General Hammond), Ellie Harvie (Dr. Novak), Gary Jones (Chief Sgt. Walter Harriman), Eric Breker (Colonel Reynolds), Morris Chapdelaine (Tenat), Christopher Pearce (Hayworth), Geoff Bidemap (Alien), Dan Payne (Super Soldier)

Notes: Claudia Black portrayed Officer Aeryn Sun for all four years of Farscape, as well as the concluding miniseries Farscape: The Peacekeeper Wars. The first broadcast of this episode came just a few weeks after the announcement that Black’s former Farscape co-star, Ben Browder, would be joining SG-1’s regular cast in the ninth season. Black also returned to the character of Vala in several episodes of season 9, eventually joining the regular cast in season 10. Ellie Harvie’s Dr. Novak resurfaces on Atlantis after joining the crew of the Daedalus full-time.

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It’s Good To Be King

Stargate SG-1As the influence of the System Lords spreads, the Tok’ra advise Earth to evacuate some of their least-defended planets. When SG-1 arrives at one of these worlds, however, they’re not exactly greeted with open arms – in fact, they’re captured and taken to the locals’ king. That king, however, turns out to be Harry Maybourne, the team’s old adversary from NID. Maybourne has achieved his new status by deciphering the runes on a nearby obelisk, which appear to predict future events – and naturally, after making a few accurate “predictions” based on his translations, Maybourne was elevated to royalty by the locals. Daniel does some deciphering of his own, and what he discovers leads the team to a timeship that once belonged to the Ancients. Even more troubling is a rune that Maybourne has already managed to read – a rune indicating that an imminent Goa’uld attack could overrun the planet and its people. O’Neill arrives to assess the situation, and decides that the timeship should be destroyed and the people – including their “king” – evacuated. But the Goa’uld arrive ahead of schedule, and they learn of the obelisk from one of Maybourne’s subjects, leading them to the timeship. O’Neill and Carter get the ship spaceborne in a hurry, forcing Daniel and Teal’c – and Maybourne – to fend for themselves.

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Guest Cast: Wayne Brady (Trelak), Tom McBeath (Harry Maybourne), Melanie Blackwell (Servant), Robert Bruce (Local), Zak Church (Local)

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Full Alert

Stargate SG-1Kinsey comes to O’Neill with a warning about two threats: the Trust, and the increasingly suspicious Russian government. He warns that Russia feels that the United States isn’t holding up its end of the technology and information-sharing agreement that brought a new stargate to the SGC after the destruction of the original. And the Trust wants to meet with Kinsey, which is suspicious at best after his hasty expulsion from the organization. O’Neill isn’t exactly receptive to Kinsey’s plea for help, and instead intends to send him to meet with the Trust – fully wired for surveillance. Moments into the meeting, the signal is jammed, and before Colonel Carter and the rest of SG-1 can intervene and save Kinsey, he and the agents of the Trust vanish. Colonel Chekov arrives from Russia to try to negotiate with O’Neill, bringing news that the Russians believe the senior officials of America’s government have become Goa’uld hosts. Teal’c is assigned to the Promtheus, which lifts off to patrol near-Earth space for any sign of an imminent attack, while Daniel is sent to Russia to try to negotiate with their government. But when Daniel uncovers signs that the Russian President may be a Goa’uld host, mutual distrust escalates dangerously between the two countries – along with the level of military alert on both sides.

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Guest Cast: Francoise Robertson (Captain Veronakova), Garry Chalk (Colonel Chekov), Gary Jones (Chief Sgt. Walter Harriman), Ronny Cox (Kinsey), Lucas Wolf (Jennings), Barclay Hope (Colonel Pendergrast), Chelah Horsdal (Comm. Officer), Mike Dopud (Colonel Chernovshev), Joey Aresco (Mr. Parker), Hiro Kanagawa (Mr. Wayne), Allan Gray (Mr. Kent), Dmitry Chepovetsky (Russian Soldier)

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Citizen Joe

Stargate SG-1An armed man barges into O’Neill’s home, accusing him of ruining his life. Seven years ago, this small-town barber picked up a mysterious object at a yard sale, an item which gave him vivid, recurring visions of SG-1’s exploits. Joe tells his son bedtime stories about Colonel Jack O’Neill, Teal’c and their comrades, and tells his customers at the barber shop an endless series of tales too. Finally, at his wife’s somewhat irritated urging, he begins writing these stories down and submitting them to science fiction magazines. When he sees the premiere of a new TV show called “Wormhole X-Treme,” Joe sues the show’s producers for stealing his ideas, but nothing comes of it and the show is cancelled after one episode. Joe continues his compulsive writing until his family leaves him and he loses his shop and his home. Now Joe wants his life back – not that anyone can figure out how to do this without blowing the SGC’s cover.

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directed by Andy Mikita
music by Joel Goldsmith

Guest Cast: Dan Castellaneta (Joe Spencer), Deborah Theaker (Charlene), Eric Keenleyside (?), Louis Chirillo (Bert Simmons), Chad Krowchuk (Gordie Lowe), Alex Ferris (Andy), Mark Hansen (older Andy), Andy Thompson (Calvin), Beatrice Zeilinger (Cindy)

Note: Dan Castellaneta is best known for providing the voice of Homer Simpson, patriarch of the animated series “The Simpsons,” of which O’Neill is apparently a fan.

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Reckoning Part 1

Stargate SG-1In deep space, Baal makes a power play for dominion of the entire Goa’uld race, offering the other System Lords their continued survival in exchange for their capitulation. Baal’s representative attempts to demonstrate his power by presenting the other System Lords with a prisoner – Captain Samantha Carter – but what they don’t know is that this is the Replicators’ clone of Carter, though she makes her true nature known quickly enough.

Aboard the flagship of the rebel Jaffa fleet, Daniel and Carter are acting as observers as Teal’c and Bra’tac prepare to launch their strike on the System Lords, but another Goa’uld ship emerges from hyperspace and fires on them. Replicators board the ship, and just as they prepare to abandon it to the boarding party, Daniel disappears in a flash of light, taken prisoner by the Replicators. Back on Earth, Carter begins working on a new way to disrupt the Replicators, with Thor’s help. Carter’s father reappears, with news from the Tok’ra: the Replicators have launched an all-out, galaxy-wide assault on the Goa’uld, and in the face of the overwhelming odds, rebel Jaffa are renouncing their quest for freedom and seeking the safety of the System Lords again.

Teal’c and Bra’tac convince O’Neill to give his blessing to a new strategy. With Baal’s forces spread thin, battling a Replicator-controlled fleet, the remaining rebel Jaffa will launch a new strike to take the Temple of Dakara, the symbolic seat of Goa’uld power. As Baal struggles to regain control of the situation, Anubis abandons his damaged body and takes on a new host, assuming control of the Goa’uld forces personally. And aboard a Replicator ship, the clone Carter begins her interrogation of Daniel Jackson, uncovering faint memories of an Ancient weapon that could still destroy the Replicators. And this weapon is buried on the Goa’uld world of Dakara.

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directed by Peter DeLuise
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Guest Cast: Tony Amendola (Bra’tac), Carmen Argenziano (Jacob Carter / Selmak), Cliff Simon (Baal), Gary Jones (Chief Sgt. Walter Harriman), Samantha Banton (Goa’ud Lieutenant), Mel Harris (Oma Desala), Isaac Hayes (Tolok), Jeff Judge (Aron), Dean Aylesworth (Old Anubis), Rik Kiviaho (New Anubis), Vince Crestejo (Yu), Kevan Ohtsji (Yu’s First Prime), Emy Aneke (Baal’s Jaffa)

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Reckoning Part 2

Stargate SG-1The race is on to Dakara. Carter and her father join Teal’c and Bra’tac, where they make a shaky start on deciphering the writing on the temple that the Jaffa freedom fighters have taken over. Anubis has sent Baal and his fleet to retake the temple and end the Jaffa rebellion. And using the knowledge that the clone Carter has ripped from Daniel’s mind, the Replicators are converging on Dakara to destroy an Ancient weapon which could seal their doom. When Carter and her father manage to awaken the Ancient technology, they set about try to figure out how to make it do precisely that.

Replicators open the stargate at the SGC and quickly overrun the gate room. O’Neill seals the mountain and orders all hands to evacuate, and begins preparations to reduce Cheyenne Mountain to a smoking hole in the ground rather than allowing the Replicators to seize it. Over Dakara, three fleets engage in a pitched battle – the Jaffa rebel fleet, Baal’s forces, and Replicator-controlled Goa’uld ships. Carter manages to strike a brief truce with Baal, assuring him that the Jaffa and Goa’uld forces should join up to hold the Replicators away from Dakara. Just after a huge Replicator lander takes up a position just outside the Temple of Dakara, all of the Replicators across the galaxy freeze up: Daniel has managed to to turn his interrogation against his captors, turning the tide of battle even though it will cost him his life.

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Guest Cast: Carmen Argenziano (Jacob Carter / Selmak), Tony Amendola (Bra’tac), Cliff Simon (Baal), Erik Breker (Colonel Reynolds), Gary Jones (Chief Sgt. Walter Harriman), Isaac Hayes (Tolok), Jeff Judge (Aron), Dan Shea (Sgt. Siler), Emy Aneke (Baal’s Jaffa)

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Threads

Stargate SG-1In the wake of the successful Jaffa revolution and the final destruction of the Replicators, Teal’c and Bra’tac are honored as heroes, but the Jaffa retain control of the Ancients’ weapon on Dakara. Teal’c and Bra’tac reluctantly contemplate their future as leaders of a new Jaffa government even as the rebel Jaffa fleet sets off to pursue Anubis’ forces. Daniel finds himself in a limbo that curiously resembles a diner, and Oma is there too, though she isn’t exactly forthcoming with any details of whether Daniel is closer to life or death. The only other person in the diner who will pay Daniel any heed is a garrolous patron who seems to be almost too eager to tell Daniel what’s happening – particularly with regard to a ruse that Anubis has used to lure the Jaffa into a trap. And at the SGC, Carter’s father reveals that his symbiont’s imminent death will mean his own – and urges Carter to seek out happiness before she, too, is facing down her own mortality.

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Guest Cast: Isaac Hayes (Tolok), Mel Harris (Oma Desala), George Dzundza (Jim), Carmen Argenziano (Jacob Carter), Tony Amendola (Bra’tac), David DeLuise (Pete Shanahan), Clare Carey (Kerry Johnson), Gary Jones (Chief Sgt. Walter Harriman), Cliff Simon (Baal), Rik Kiviaho (Anubis)

Notes: Two versions of this episode exist, the 90-minute version originally broadcast on the Sci-Fi Channel, and a one-hour version prepared for syndicated broadcast; the first copies of the Season 8 DVD boxed set mistakenly included the syndicated version rather than the full original episode.

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Moebius Part 1

Stargate SG-1An English teacher named Daniel Jackson – fallen from favor in his career as a linguist and archaeologist – is summoned to a top-secret facility at Cheyenne Mountain, as is a junior government aeronautics employee named Samantha Carter. Once they sign confidentiality agreements, a man named General Hammond finally reveals why they’ve been brought there: an archaeological expedition in Egypt made an unusual discovery – an intact camcorder containing an intact tape. The tape shows Jackson and Carter, but radically different from the sheltered, routine lives they live now. On the videotape, Daniel Jackson claims to be a member of an elite team called SG-1 which travels through a device called the stargate; he also says that a timeship carried them into Earth’s past on a risky mission recover an alien artifact called a zero point module. Also on the tape is Jack O’Neill, a retired Air Force general, and a hulking humanoid alien named Teal’c. Apparently, the taped message was left in the event that the mission failed, resulting in radical changes to the timeline. The expedition also uncovered the time travel vehicle mentioned in the tape, which O’Neill supposedly has a unique ability to control. With no experience, and highly skeptical of what they’ve been told, it’s now up to this unlikely handful of adventurers to restore what may – or may not be – Earth’s real history.

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story by Jospeh Mallozzi & Paul Mullie & Brad Wright & Robert C. Cooper
directed by Peter Deluise
music by Joel Goldsmith

Guest Cast: David Hewlett (Rodney McKay), Don S. Davis (General Hammond), Robert Wisden (Major Samuels), Colin Cunningham (Major Davis), David Lewis (Cameron Balinsky), James Purcell (Dr. Hersfield), Alessandro Juliani (Katep), Georgia Craig (Sabrina), Jay Williams (Ra), Benjamin Easterday (Ra’s Jaffa Commander), Neil Schell (Mr. Crandall)

Notes: Though he has appeared in Stargate SG-1 before, this was guest star Alessandro Juliani’s first appearance in the series since becoming a regular on Sci-Fi Channel’s new version of Battlestar Galactica.

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Moebius Part 2

Stargate SG-1O’Neill commands the first flight of the timeship through a stargate located in Antarctica thanks to runes deciphered by Daniel. Despite General Hammond’s grave misgivings, Daniel and Carter accompany O’Neill’s team on a mission to find and recruit the alien called Teal’c. But on the planet where they find Teal’c, Daniel is interrogated and then released. Teal’c does find appeal in the idea of freeing the Jaffa from Goa’uld “gods” like Ra, and helps O’Neill’s team escape. But as the now-completed team returns to the timeship, Teal’c suddenly shoots Daniel, claiming that he’s been infested with a Goa’uld – and that with the knowledge extracted from Daniel’s mind, the Goa’uld will now be targeting Earth for an attack that, in this timeline, it can’t repel. O’Neill decides to risk it all to go back 5,000 years and complete SG-1’s original mission – even though he barely knows how to pilot the timeship, let alone change the course of history.

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story by Jospeh Mallozzi & Paul Mullie & Brad Wright & Robert C. Cooper
directed by Peter Deluise
music by Joel Goldsmith

Guest Cast: David Hewlett (Dr. Rodney McKay), Don S. Davis (General Hammond), Peter Williams (Apophis), Alessandro Juliani (Katep), Jay Acovone (Major Kawalsky), Benjamin Easterday (Ra’s Jaffa Commander), Sina Najafi (Egyptian Boy), Christopher Pearce (Bosworth), Rob Fournier (Airman Mansfield)

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