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  • Girlbot
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    This was not one of my favorite eps

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  • garhkal
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    Makes me wonder if any other minor Gou'ald would have though to do the cult route...

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  • Sam-n-Jack-in-<3
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    'Seth' is a pretty cool episode, though the moments inside the 'cult' are kind of 'meh'.

    Best moments:
    -Jaffa jokes! Teal'cs laugh is great, and so are the looks everyone else gives him.
    -The tail end where Jacob goes to see his son, and gets to hold his adorable little granddaughter. Awww!
    Jack has the best lines!
    "As in, Snippety-Do-Dah?"
    "So help me, if I wake up and I'm singing soprano..."
    "Hail, Dorothy."

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  • Stargate Atlantis Girl
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    Originally posted by jelgate View Post
    Sam's brother and niece
    Ohhhhh nice, thanks!

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  • jelgate
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    Sam's brother and niece

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  • Stargate Atlantis Girl
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    I know this is kind of late, and it might be an obvious answer, but I just finied watching this episode and in the end, who did they go see? A guy with a little girl? Who was it?
    Thanks,

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  • Dimes
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    Good episode with a good consept.
    I really liked that the episode took place on Earth

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  • muziqaz
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    As I hate people who are raving lunatics and obsessed about religion I did not enjoy this episode any bit.
    But I cannot ignore the fact that Stargate series fantastically incorporate any real life events and myths into their stories, like some religious sects being goa'uld run, or grey men of Roswell being asgard and such, or historic myths being goa'uld driven

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  • Inquisitor
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    I wonder why Seth never tried to take over a world leader. Fortunately this story-line was explored in season 8.

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  • Skydiver
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    Originally posted by Starscape91 View Post
    I loved the Jaffa joke I always laugh when I see that cause it's so unatural to see Teal'c laugh. Also Sams reaction to killing Seth was spot on I think this was the first time she killed someone face to face like that.
    i always attributed sam's reaction to: holy crap, i just smashed a dude into the ground with my mind. that and, at least in the interpretation, realizing that she THOUGHT him dead and, as some fanfic writers have speculated, might have gotten a bit of a rush off of it...which heartily conflicted with her moralilty about killing someone face to face and how 'wrong' it was for her to have that power

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  • Nut_ty
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    This episode has all the elements of a good SG1 episode--a Gou'ld hunt, Daniel and his archeology, Sam and her powers from Jolinar, Jack and his wry sense of humor, Teal'c's view on fathers and sons, and a nice touch of Tok'ra.

    It was great seeing Sam using the ribbon device; Seth got what was coming to him. But why was Sam in the compound at all? Teal'c didn't go in since Seth would detect his Gou'ld, so why would they think Sam's mark from Joliner would be undetected?

    The theme of family is one I really enjoy. In this episode, it's about biological families, and in others it's about the team as family.

    I don't know why I could never really get into this episode. There are other episodes that I rewatch, but not this one.

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  • garhkal
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    I honestly loved the angle.. a gou'ald using his power's to create a cult.

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  • Lieutenant Sparrow
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    Ah poor T. Nobody finds his jokes funny. His laugh made me feel so awkward haha.

    Seth made for a pretty boring bad guy after all the hype. Pretty cool ending with Sam killing him with the hand device.

    And yay Jacob/Selmak!

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  • Selkhet
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    I love the guy telling Jacob "you have an insubordinate subordinate" that whole scene is one of my fav's.

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  • Nefret
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    I thought the Jaffa joke that Teal'c told was funny, and just as funny were the teams' reactions to the joke. I always like Jacob Carter in the episode. Between Selmac and Jacob, you can guarantee some great inter/intra action. I also liked Jack's comment at the end 'Hail Dorothy.' It was so good. I'd forgotten about that. Good episode.

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