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    Hathor (113)

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    STARGATE SG-1 - SEASON ONE
    EPISODE NUMBER - 113

    The banished Goa'uld Hathor is found in an ancient sarcophagus Earth, and takes over the S.G.C. with hopes of raising a new army against the System Lords.

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    Last edited by GateWorld; February 6, 2021, 10:56 PM.

    #2
    Who thought it was kind of 'icky' when Daniel said 'you'll find most of my DNA there' or something like that... if you know what i mean...
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      #3
      I found it went beyond icky. If a man drugged a woman and then had sex with her, what would you call it? I'd call it rape. I'd apply the same thing here.
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        #4
        Although side-effects were a little different here, haha, i guess i agree with the rape part. I thought it was sick how Jack got his little Jaffa pouch X in his stomach, and Janet putting her hand in it, very, ew.
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          #5
          Now those thoughts are just icky, and beyond. The new pouch was nasty! And then she went to go do it all over again!
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            #6
            Unsanitary... Haha...
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              #7
              lol Yer
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                #8
                Originally posted by Dani347
                I found it went beyond icky. If a man drugged a woman and then had sex with her, what would you call it? I'd call it rape. I'd apply the same thing here.
                Yes, it was icky and it was rape, and it was one of the best character development eps for the Goa'uld that we ever really got aside from the Movie, COTG and Serpent's Venom.

                The Goa'uld are evil, and we don't often get the chance to actually see that. What can I say? Evil is icky. "/
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                  #9
                  I never liked the episode I thought it was stupid, and I thought (well more my sister) thought that X pouch on O'Neill looked faked and I have to agree Janet's hand in the pouch? Ew! Not one of my favorite episodes.
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                    #10
                    I liked this episode, and thought the "women behind bars" moment was excellent.

                    One little point though. Hathors "babies" are like cocktail sausages, surely they would have been too immature to become implanted? In the ep with Teal'cs family, Bra'tack says that the snake Daniel hands over is too young, and that was far more developed than the ones in the bath.
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                      #11
                      I liked the episode,overall,as it gave the SGC females,and Teal'c, the chance to shine against Hathor,but I'd have liked Daniel to get a bit more than a "Eew",from Jack,after what Hathor did to him !

                      Ok,I know Sam looked pretty sympathetic ,after she found him,and she did try to get through his dazed state,but then had to get back to dealing with Hathor, ...but the lack of any on-screen follow-up on Daniel's welfare has always annoyed me !
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                        #12
                        Yah, i had a voice in me saying, don't attend to Hathor, attend to DANIEL. But i guess he didn't look anywhere close to comming back to his senses.
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                          #13
                          Being a redhead myself, I find anything Hathor-related to be incredibly biased. But then, it shows the overall supremacy of redheads.

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by littlemigueljr
                            Yah, i had a voice in me saying, don't attend to Hathor, attend to DANIEL. But i guess he didn't look anywhere close to comming back to his senses.
                            Yes,I'm not too sure ,but I thought he looked in a state of Post Traumatic Shock.It could have been because of the purple gas Hathor drugged him with too.
                            Bad memory,at this point! I don't think anyone named the gas,but it seemed very like the "Nishta" (Sp?) used in S3 "Seth" ?
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                              #15
                              I looooved this episode! I wish that we could've seen even more of Hathor. But I'm pretty biased towards the female characters in the series (like Nirrti and Hathor).

                              The actress was great at playing the campy role for all it was worth.
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