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All hail the USAF
March 15th, 2006, 08:35 PM
Ok ok ok ok ok....

we all know O'neill has GOT to come back....at least once (writers you better pay attention here) so concider this little idea for how the Ori are finaly put down....

SG1 finds the Sangrall (or Holy Grail for you doofs not paying attention) with the awkward help of Morgan Lefay BUT it's not complete or just plain doesn't work SO SG1 has no where to go and no one to help them (pour lil'ol MW galaxy *pout pout*) SO a dassingly handsom and always sarcastic O'neill can't stay away from going off world and chooses to help for one or two episodes ONLY (dun dun dun) to be captured by the Ori worriors (or Orirriors) and at gun/pike/mean hurty thing piont he gives one of his good'ol all American speaches that forces the Orirriors and Priors or renouce the Ori and since the source of the Ori's power is their worshipers they go bye bye...

I know it's kinda weak...but come on...we all know we wanna see it... and anyone who says they don't is a liar... hehehe:cameron: :jonas:

jenks
March 15th, 2006, 09:11 PM
Good ol' American speaches? I don't ever remember him doing that...

the fifth man
March 15th, 2006, 09:15 PM
Good ol' American speaches? I don't ever remember him doing that...

Yeah, if anything, he'd call them all stupid for believing the Ori were all powerful Gods. Or something sarcastic along those lines. Now that's the O'Neill I miss.:) But sadly, that would probably also get him killed. Don't give me wrong, I would love to see RDA guest appear on SG-1 again at some point. Just not in this scenario.

All hail the USAF
March 15th, 2006, 09:16 PM
Well...ok to be fair not really speaches persay but I can name a few episodes:
COR-AI
POLITICS
RULES OF ENGAGEMENT
PRETENSE
THE WARRIOR
MERIDIAN

Those all the all stars

And come on...a "your dumb" from O'neill is enough for anyone to question their mortives

An Ancient
March 16th, 2006, 02:20 AM
O'Neill owuld be better served as being the only person that can activate the San Graal, beinbg advanced and all...

Wraith_Hunter
March 16th, 2006, 06:09 AM
Ok ok ok ok ok....

we all know O'neill has GOT to come back....at least once (writers you better pay attention here) so concider this little idea for how the Ori are finaly put down....

SG1 finds the Sangrall (or Holy Grail for you doofs not paying attention) with the awkward help of Morgan Lefay BUT it's not complete or just plain doesn't work SO SG1 has no where to go and no one to help them (pour lil'ol MW galaxy *pout pout*) SO a dassingly handsom and always sarcastic O'neill can't stay away from going off world and chooses to help for one or two episodes ONLY (dun dun dun) to be captured by the Ori worriors (or Orirriors) and at gun/pike/mean hurty thing piont he gives one of his good'ol all American speaches that forces the Orirriors and Priors or renouce the Ori and since the source of the Ori's power is their worshipers they go bye bye...

I know it's kinda weak...but come on...we all know we wanna see it... and anyone who says they don't is a liar... hehehe:cameron: :jonas:

So they don't get the weapon, have nothing to stop the Ori, then O'neill comes in with a 'speach' ;) This great 'American Speach', talks the followers out of worshipping in their God's, of whome they have served their whole lives. Do you know how absolutely ridiculous that sounds!

If anybody would be qualified to do it, it'd be DJ. He's tried in 'Avalon, 'Origin', 'Beachhead', then again in the mid-season 2 parter & also the finale. Nothing worked, no to mention Orlin tried himself. Yet the Prior would not believe it.

Lastly, the followers are not the source of the Ori's power, they are ascended just like the Ancients. They only drain followers to get more power, not the other way around. So if they lose their followers, they won't be gone, they'll simply be unable to get any stronger. Unless they start ascending people into their ranks.

Blitz
March 16th, 2006, 06:40 AM
Personally I think it would make an even worse episode than Wormhole Xtrme....

All hail the USAF
March 16th, 2006, 07:15 AM
Just to clarify...I just want Jack to come back and am looking for any excuse

SGRanger06
March 16th, 2006, 07:18 AM
Jack will defeat the Ori single handidly...with puns!

Jack: "But carter you didn't give me PRIOR notice!"
Ori: "Ahhhhhhhhhhh!"

All hail the USAF
March 16th, 2006, 07:20 AM
Yes! Puns and cleshays...you know how Jack loves those cleshays

The Prophet
March 16th, 2006, 08:04 AM
The Sangraal is actually the BloodStone, they've chosen a diffent explaination to it (I believe it's Easten Orthadox) than other "popular" explanations. Come on, it was explained in Camalot! It's Merlins pendant around his neck! Nothing to do with Jesus's Last Supper's Cup! That was added in to later mythology! It was explained in the show for you! Arggh! *Foams at mouth*

Steve_the_Wraith
March 17th, 2006, 10:05 AM
Just to clarify Richard Dean Anderson choose to leave the show to spend time with his family
The producers didn't have a choice

So it's not a matter of the writers writting RDA into an episode its a matter of convincing RDA to appear in an episode

Chemp
March 17th, 2006, 01:16 PM
I can Imagine this dialog if O'Neill was the only one able to activate the Sangraal:

:jack: What do I have to do again.
:sam: When the ori come close to you turn this switch and press this button.
:jack: What?
:sam: Sir!
:jack: Yeah,Yeah turn the switch press the button. What do you call this thing
:sam: the Sangraal
:jack: Well that’s lame. Lets call it the enterprise.

:) :cool: :p

The Prophet
March 17th, 2006, 02:21 PM
I can Imagine this dialog if O'Neill was the only one able to activate the Sangraal:

:jack: What do I have to do again.
:sam: When the ori come close to you turn this switch and press this button.
:jack: What?
:sam: Sir!
:jack: Yeah,Yeah turn the switch press the button. What do you call this thing
:sam: the Sangraal
:jack: Well that’s lame. Lets call it the enterprise.

:) :cool: :p

:D That's funny! (But why would he name a pendant after a big, honking ship/s? Unless he want's to name something, anything "The enterprise" before he perminatly leaves the show, with no guest returns (which he has done already though...).

star47
March 17th, 2006, 08:24 PM
What's your opinion of this as a hint for a guest starring part next season from the "Stargate Blog" by Alex Levine on SciFi.com.

"This season get ready for more excitement in the Pegasus Galaxy-new villains, new guest stars(Richard Kind)"

Now does that mean someone named Richard Kind is going to guest star or does it mean a guest starrring part of the Richard 'kind'?

All hail the USAF
March 17th, 2006, 08:45 PM
Richard Kind was in the orignal Stargate movie...the guy who translated the cover stone before good'ol Danny Boy Jackson showed up

http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0454236/

Lord You
March 18th, 2006, 07:23 AM
Richard Kind's character reminds me of a prototype for McKay, doesn't he?

The Prophet
March 18th, 2006, 07:49 AM
Richard Kind's character reminds me of a prototype for McKay, doesn't he?

Yeah, he does doesn't he?

Especiialy when Daniel asks who translated the hyroglyphs & RK's like "it was me, what? it's wrong? I'm a scholared Translator who's been under this programme for ages & you, a new kid is tellign me that I'm wrong?!! Blaspheme!" :cool:

Richard Kind is the Hypocondriach of Scrubs aswell, I think... Brillaint actor... cool nose aswell. ;)