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  • lunasera
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    5.34

    I love this episode, so many good lines that make me laugh. I wouldn't call it one of the best SG1 episodes, but certainly one of the more entertaining/fun.

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  • Who Knows
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    9.29

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  • Falcon Horus
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    I'm a padawan, I know.

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  • jelgate
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    But still not the master with a 5 minutes and 19 seconds. I don't want to brag but I could do better. I made a few mistakes

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  • Falcon Horus
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    3-episode quiz: Deadman Switch, Demons & Rules of Engagement

    Jigsaw puzzle: Deadman Switch
    -- for which I didn't do too shabby: 08:08

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  • Falcon Horus
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    Originally posted by jelgate View Post
    Also first episode with the famous cargo ship
    Which does make a few reappearances. And I so loved that moment when Jack and Daniel are trying to recall the password.

    Also, in Jolinar's Memories, the first thing Daniel does, is check if all the crystals are in place.

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  • jelgate
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    This episode had a lot of potential that was wasted because it was never revisited again. Aris Booch can't be implanted and is addict is some interesting stuff. I think him as a recurring antihero would have been a great storyline. On it's own all the new information makes for a good episode, but overall it's disappointing we never see him again. It's a good for me

    Also first episode with the famous cargo ship

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  • Falcon Horus
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    Oh dear... time to get a few stinkers out of the way... Deadman Switch is still fairly OK for me, but Demons -- last time, I nearly threw something at the screen and just turned it off halfway through.

    So, Aris Boch... interesting fella, ain't he.

    Got on my nerves though. I don't think I felt this annoyed about him before.

    He's basically a coward, working to get his next fix. A druggie, even if the Goa'uld made him this way. He may have changed his mind in the end but he's still going to trade with lesser Goa'uld so you can bet there'll still be people he's gonna sacrifice for his next fix. Or he might not, but since we never hear from him again, who knows.

    Kora is another Tok'ra never to be heard from again, but at least we saved his ass so he may fight another day.

    I did appreciate Aris Boch's outfit more, and that pimped out T.E.R. or whatever the prop-department was trying to show us. If it wasn't meant to look like they retrofitted a T.E.R. they really should have done a better job but damn, it sure looked cool.

    How would you rate SG-1's "Deadman Switch?"

    Excellent
    Good
    Fair
    Poor
    Terrible

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  • Seaboe Muffinchucker
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    I'm going to have to go back and look. Thanks, T00ls.

    Seaboe

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  • t00ls742
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    did anyone else notice that Aris's collar piece in the center of his chest is the image of flash gordans rocketship

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  • Anja
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    To put it in a nutshell: Don't trust that guy!!!

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  • Seaboe Muffinchucker
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    I would trust him to always do what most benefited himself long term. Which means that under certain circumstances, in the short term, you might be able to trust him, but the instant the circumstances changed, all bets were off.

    Seaboe

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  • maneth
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    I think Aris is an interesting character, but I wouldn't trust him.

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  • Anja
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    Yes, he had a good heart - this time. I wouldn't trust him I think the higher the price gets the less trustworthy Aris will get. He is a bit arrogant and slimy - I don't like that guy.

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  • Seaboe Muffinchucker
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    I liked the character not just because he could be swayed, but because he also had a toughness to him. So often once a character reveals a conscience (especially one that is initially presented as a villain) the writers turn them into a wimp.

    Seaboe

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