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    Tin Man (118)

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    STARGATE SG-1 - SEASON ONE
    EPISODE NUMBER - 118

    When SG-1 visits the underground warehouse of an advanced alien civilization, the area's caretaker transplants their minds into robotic duplicates -- a "gift" of immortality.

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    Last edited by GateWorld; February 6, 2021, 10:46 PM.

    #2
    SG-1 getting transformed into those "synthetics"... Nice plot device. However the truth of the sitution makes the episode much better.
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      #3
      And the follow-up to it was good idea as well, I thought. It's always nice to see something revisited, even if the ending was perhaps not quite as good as it could have been.
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        #4
        Did anyone else catch the little "possible" flaw in the "Tin Man" episode? It was something the "real" Jack said towards the end.
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          #5
          Originally posted by Leanna
          Did anyone else catch the little "possible" flaw in the "Tin Man" episode? It was something the "real" Jack said towards the end.
          Okay, I give, what are you talking about?
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            #6
            Yah, i'm wondering the same thing... Plz tell
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              #7
              I found this episode very disturbing and sad. I can barely watch it. First, to hear Robot!Jack realise that they could never go back. To know that no matter what might have happened to his counterpart, Robot!Daniel had no hope of ever reuniting with Sha're. Robot!Teal'c would never see his family. Robot!Sam would never see Jacob. And, the worst thing was, they knew what they were missing. It was just too painful to watch.
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                #8
                Yah, it was tear-jerking, one of those moments where u have to change the channel
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                  #9
                  I did enjoy the place where the first synthetic Teal'c broke down. Two minds in one body..
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                    #10
                    You know, I loved the advantages they had. Increased strength, stamina, and the like. Loved when Jake jumped down several floors taking a shortcut.

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                      #11
                      imho..it was a kinda wierd ep for stargate...but it was something different, refreshing , and yes depressing...the follo up was alos kinda wierd but still good... i liked it.

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by Leanna
                        Did anyone else catch the little "possible" flaw in the "Tin Man" episode? It was something the "real" Jack said towards the end.
                        No, what?
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                          #13
                          Originally posted by Dani347
                          I found this episode very disturbing and sad. I can barely watch it. First, to hear Robot!Jack realise that they could never go back. To know that no matter what might have happened to his counterpart, Robot!Daniel had no hope of ever reuniting with Sha're. Robot!Teal'c would never see his family. Robot!Sam would never see Jacob. And, the worst thing was, they knew what they were missing. It was just too painful to watch.
                          I feel very much the same way, about this episode,Dani !
                          I have to admit,I found Harlan annoying at first,til I realised how lonely his life alone must have been. As for the Robot SG-1,I felt real sympathy for their plight.

                          I treasure the funnier bits,otherwise I'd never watch this episode again !
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                            #14
                            I like how this story arc continues... and the robots try to fight the Goa'uld.

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                              #15
                              Harlan reminds me of Urgo... meaning they both annoy me.

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