Stargate SG:1 seasons 1-5 are widely held to be the "Golden Age" of the show. Understandably the lost of Daniel Jackson was a big turning point for the show, along with the changing of networks from Showtime to Syfy. Recently I began watching the show, again, to catch up with the official Rewatch. Earlier this morning I finished the season 6 opener Redemption: Part 1, and I decided I would conclude each episode by sharing my opinions/impression with a review. Below is my personalized scoring system:
1 - A very poor episode, this offers nothing or next to nothing.
2 - A weak episode but there are some redeemable qualities.
3 - The positives outweigh the negatives, enjoyable.
4 - A solid episode, the positive far outweighs the negative. Very enjoyable.
5 - The pinnacle. This episode pushes the envelope in every way. The characters are strong, the story is strong, the pacing happens naturally because everything is in it's right place.
My first review includes 6.01 and 6.02, and is nearing completion. I will be posting it shortly.