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  • maneth
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    An okay episode but not among my favorites. Tealc's joke was the best part of it.

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  • Anja
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    The reaction to Teal'c's joke is just the same as if you tell Americans a joke about East Frisians - nobody will laugh because nobody understands.
    I can write this because I lived in that part of Germany for 10 years.

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  • I Am Not James Spader
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    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.
    That is exactly what I was coming here to comment on.

    I enjoyed this episode so and it really was all down to that scene. It was clearly obvious exactly how the others where going to react, even as Teal'C said first mentioned a joke, but Christopher Judge's delivery and his own reaction afterward were just priceless - the way he moved of to the corner of the room, either hurt by the reaction or bewildered as to how these "idiots" didn't get it. So funny.

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  • Falcon Horus
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    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.

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  • Seaboe Muffinchucker
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    Originally posted by fems View Post
    And that tech and its power sources (naquadah?) is really durable.
    Are you saying we're meant to assume that? I thought we already knew the tech and its power source were durable.

    Seaboe

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  • garhkal
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    Well, who knows WHEN he got here? let alone how much he came with..

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  • fems
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    Originally posted by Major Clanger View Post
    I think we're meant to assume that he had it with him all along and was a very patient Goa'uld
    And that tech and its power sources (naquadah?) is really durable.

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  • Major Clanger
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    I think we're meant to assume that he had it with him all along and was a very patient Goa'uld

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  • Insolent Slave
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    My big question is where did all the Gou'ald tech come from? The zats, bombs, ring transports, etc? Has Seth kept that stuff for 10k years or is he able to manufacture it? We know so little on how the Gou'ald tech is built, I truly wonder.

    The hail Dorothy comment is great and powerful!

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  • Cate'sCorner
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    This is one of my all time favourite eppies of SG1. I remember watching it the first time around, and almost choking at Teal'c's Jaffa joke.

    It was shown here last week, and it's still as funny now as it was then. Great ep!



    Cate

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  • Major Clanger
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    asking around

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  • Seaboe Muffinchucker
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    Originally posted by Major Clanger View Post
    I quite like that one. Not least because it spawned some fantastic Mag7(ATF)/SG-1 crossover fics (if only I knew where they were)
    If you ever find them, please share links. Thanks.

    Seaboe

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  • Anoobis
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    Teal'c owns this episode with his Jaffa joke and his laughter. Oh, Seth was there too, right. But I only remembered the Jaffa joke.

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  • Major Clanger
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    oh and it's more than a little irritating the way Jack was with the ATF boss guy at first. He would HATE for an outside agency to usurp his authority, and he should have shown more respect for the guy's authority.

    A bit later he was more concilliatory and that was fine.

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  • Major Clanger
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    I quite like that one. Not least because it spawned some fantastic Mag7(ATF)/SG-1 crossover fics (if only I knew where they were)

    Still bunching up in a group when they should be spaced out a bit, but my family tell me I have to let that go.

    It was an interesting concept, although the parallel story of Jacob/Mark and that guy and his son was a bit annoying. But anyway...

    I liked it.

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