SG-1 responds to a distress call from Kasuf and the other Abdyonians, under siege by the Goa’uld. Kasuf and the other prisoners are freed, but Daniel catches a glimpse of Sha’re and follows her as the rest of the team engage a massive Jaffa ground force. Teal’c follows Daniel into Sha’re’s hut and finds the archaeologist at Sha’re’s mercy. Left with no choice, Teal’c blasts Sha’re with his staff weapon at point-blank range, inflicting enough damage that even her symbiote can’t prevent her death. When he awakens in the SGC, Daniel doesn’t remember Sha’re’s death until O’Neill shows him her body in the morgue. Daniel resigns from the SGC, feeling that the only goal he hoped to achieve by remaining with the stargate program has been taken away from him. But in his dreams, Daniel still sees Sha’re, and hears her imploring him to save her child. Daniel can’t bring himself to speak to Teal’c, much less forgive him, though he does ask about the offspring of two possessed Goa’uld and learns that the resulting child, a human with no symbiote, would still carry his parents’ knowledge – and could provide the SGC with an enormous tactical advantage in their next showdown with the System Lords.
written by Jonathan Glassner
directed by Peter DeLuise
music by Joel Goldsmith
Guest Cast: Erick Avari (Kasuf), Vaitiare Bandera (Sha’re), Teryl Rothery (Dr. Fraiser), Jason Schombing (Rothman)
LogBook entry by Earl Green