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  • jelgate
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    Daniel says the male slaves were soldiers or eunuchs

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  • BethHG
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    Originally posted by jelgate View Post
    Look up the word eunuchs

    I know what a eunuch is , jelgate. I just phrased my statement weird.

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  • BethHG
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    I just don't remember it. Chalk it up to old age.

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  • jelgate
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    Look up the word eunuchs

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  • BethHG
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    I just rewatched the last 20 minutes, and I don't remember anything about castration. So, all the guys were castrated?

    8:27

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  • Platschu
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    I have just rewatched this episode. It is still entertaining, but it was really disturbing this whole castration plot in the end. It was placed for a joke from O'Neill, but then I started to sorry the rescued guys from Seth's courtyard. So it was weird and they should have left it out.

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  • jelgate
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    Maybe it's the window Puzzle Tood needs

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  • Falcon Horus
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    I was slower -- 8:33

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  • jelgate
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    I was a little slow on this one. 6 minutes and 30 seconds

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  • Falcon Horus
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    Dropping the 3-episode quiz (Into The Fire, Seth & Fair Game) today and the jigsaw puzzle for Seth.

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  • Falcon Horus
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    Originally posted by jelgate View Post
    To FH's point I think the writers of Origins don't even consider Seth as he has such a low impact.
    And there's that.

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  • jelgate
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    It's a fairly straight forward action episode to be honest. I think it is mostly filler to show that the Goa'uld could be cult leaders. The main point is about how messed up family relationships are. BTW the ATF agent spying should be fired for a terrible job. It's a good mostly because Sam gets to use a hand device.

    To FH's point I think the writers of Origins don't even consider Seth as he has such a low impact.

    Can I have some Joy of Seth now?

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  • Falcon Horus
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    Opinion doesn't seem to have changed since last time. It's still hitting all the right points I'd be making anew.

    Originally posted by Falcon Horus View Post
    I really enjoyed this episode, and I don't think it was so surprising that if Seth was wanted by pretty much everyone that the best place to hide would be Earth indeed. However, he may have done a poor job at hiding really, considering him being a powerhungry maniac. His greatest weakness does him in.

    Selmak getting tired of Jacob's issues --

    Teal'c telling that joke -- I totally cracked up at the reaction by the others. Something definitely went lost in translation there, but come one... it was hilarious.

    Sam killing Seth at the end obviously stirred some emotions the way she looks... she kinda looked a little stunned, surprised, lost all at once.
    Someone over at Stargate Command made a comment about how Seth is on Earth when Stargate Origins takes place, but after seeing this episode, I'm fairly certain that a) he got lost in 15 years of Stargate shows, b) he was hiding on Earth from the System Lords and the Tok'ra, and c) chances are remarkably high he spend his entire time since last time he was spotted in 1722 in England, in the American colonies to continue hiding. He doesn't want to be found so why on Earth would he try to get to the stargate, other than to destroy it probably, since that's how he might get found. It would be possible, but it would go against the established charaterization of Seth from season 3.

    How would you rate SG-1's "Seth?"

    Excellent
    Good
    Fair
    Poor
    Terrible

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  • Craziwolf
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    Jaffa jokes don't get much better then that

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  • Tyrathraxus
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    Not one of my favourite episodes, and my major issue I remember at the time being that Set in Egyptian Lore was actually their God Of War. Also associated with Foreigners and the Desert/Darkness. Yes he was revilved for a long time in Egyptian Culture.

    The way he was depicted in Seth (and I had major issues when I realised the same actor had been Daniel's 'father') didn't really do it for me. Yes he was acting very Go'auld like and my assumption was that all the Go'auld tech he had was from a long time ago (then again, it lasts a LONG time).

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