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  • Martina Magnus
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    I thnik this was good ep When Tiel'c and O'niell ... were changed ... That was so funny

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  • hlndncr
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    I am really not a fan of this episode. I don't think RDA did a terribly good job as Teal'c, he just wooden and monotone. And while the make-up for Machello was good, it just sounded like MS with a head cold and it really got on my nerves. CJ did show what a really good actor he is, however, getting RDA's mannerisms and cadence down pat. And the performances by DSD (confronting Machello in the holding cell) and AT (at Daniel's deathbed) were stellar. I can find things to like in this episode, but there are many others I'd rather watch.

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  • blueintegraboy
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    Besides Window of Opportunity, this has to be one of my favorites after watching it again (watching SG1 all over again). CJ's real personality shines through as Jack. Loved it when RDA was trying to shave his (Teal'c's) head, and CJ (Jack) stopped him.

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  • albatross
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    I noticed something interesting (and geeky) this time round: when Daniel (in Ma'Chello's body) and Ma'Chello (in Daniel's body) are arguing about whether or not Ma'Chello is no better than the Goa'uld for stealing Daniel's body, both characters pronounce 'Goa'uld' differently, despite both being played by MS. Ma'Chello pronounces it 'Go-A-Uld' and Daniel pronounces it 'Gould'... which shows that at least one person has noticed that the majority of characters in the show mispronounce 'Goa'uld' as 'Gould'. Small things like this please me.

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  • mrscopterdoc
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    Doing a rewatch of SG1 and this is still one of my favorite episodes. I love them swapping bodies and playing each other. Too funny!

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  • xMetalDetectorx
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    They should've taken Machello to the monster that lives under the sea (who kidnapped Daniel) to extract the info out of his consciousness, although i dont know if it would work after death.

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  • Wyndarith
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    :"Then we shall feast. On me."

    ..I'll have an elbow, medium rare please. lol
    Seriously, great acting job on Michael Shanks's part!

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  • The Stig
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    A very funny episode. The body switching was hillarious.

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  • gateship15
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    i felt sorry for him to i did like when they all had to swap bodys because he made it so u couldn't swap with the same person twice

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  • Dinoman
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    I feel sorry for Daniel: he was trapped inside the body of a dying old man and have to pay for a huge credit card bill on behalf of Machello.

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  • Butlersgate
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    this episode was great i don't get why people don't like it, teal'c trying to shave jack's head is hillarious

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  • gateship15
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    this is an ok episode it was kind of boring

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  • balo
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    Watching it for the first time, not my favourite , it was a bit dull.

    Not enough action , still some funny moments when they were acting like eachother.

    Rating : 3 / 10

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  • RononXSpecialist
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    Hah funny Ep,

    Machello: "Yes I am Daniel Jackson from the Planet Earth"

    HAHA

    Jack "SHAVE MY HEAD?" lols...

    Gotta love when Machello was walking down Colorado in Daniel's body asking all those werid questions lol.

    Daniel "I would be honored with a KISS." HAHA

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    Jack & Teal'c
    Teal'c & Jack

    Unfortunately, I have to agree that CJ does a much better Jack than RDA does Teal'c. Although the scene was brief, I think RDA did a better Daniel than he did a Teal'c. RDA's Teal'c reminded me too much of his acting in things like "Cold Lazarus" and even a little of "The Fifth Race". It's like anytime he's not Jack, he's some sort of automaton.

    Daniel wandering the streets asking for kisses and buying lunch was a little over-the-top for my tastes, but really drove home the point of Michavelli wanting a new life. Funny how, in the end, he and Daniel seemed not all that different.

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