Stargate SG-1The ambassadors of almost every major country are summoned to the United States for a top secret briefing. As the incredulous representatives listen, General Hammond reveals, at long last, the Stargate program, the existence of aggressive alien species known as the Goa’uld and the Replicators, and even the existence of allies such as the Asgard. General Hammond warns that an imminent Goa’uld attack may require international cooperation to defend Earth. But then Senator Kinsey arrives, trying to turn the ambassadors’ distrust of the SGC to his own advantage – on behalf of the NID. General Hammond is in the perilous position of losing what little support he has won by coming clean on the existence of the Stargate program, and has only one card left to play.

Order the DVDswritten by Joseph Mallozzi & Paul Mullie
directed by William Gereghty
music by Joel Goldsmith and Kevin Kiner

Guest Cast: Francois Chau (Chinese Ambassador), Colin Cunningham (Maj. Davis), Garry Chalk (Colonel Chekov), Martin Evans (British Ambassador), Paul Batten (French Ambassador), Ronny Cox (Senator Kinsey),

Notes: Essentially a clip show with a framing story shot inexpensively with a small cast on a single set, Disclosure is notable for featuring only one regular cast member – Don S. Davis as General Hammond – in its new footage; the rest of the show’s stars appear only in clips from older episodes.

LogBook entry by Earl Green

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