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  • hedwig
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    11:40

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  • Who Knows
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    12.04

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  • Falcon Horus
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    Originally posted by BethHG View Post
    Apophis just keeps coming back to cause troubles.
    Therefore, it's always best to say "We're 99,99% sure he's ... dead."

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  • BethHG
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    12:42. 12/15

    This was a good episode. I thought it was foolish for Sam to make herself known to Bynarr. Apophis just keeps coming back to cause troubles.

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  • Falcon Horus
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    Originally posted by jelgate View Post
    The world is still safe FH. I got 7 minutes and 45 seconds
    Yeah, my victory did not last long...

    Ah well... it was worth it, for that brief moment.

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  • jelgate
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    The world is still safe FH. I got 7 minutes and 45 seconds

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  • Falcon Horus
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    For those who haven't done the epic 9 episode quiz posted in the Proper Stargate Rewatch: round-up of polls, quizzes & jigsaw puzzles, can partake in the 3-episode quiz instead which deals with the episodes of week 19: Forever In A Day, Past And Present & Jolinar's Memories.

    Jigsaw: Jolinar's Memories

    My jigsaw time: 10:08

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  • jelgate
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    Originally posted by Falcon Horus View Post
    To hell with us!
    Well, I'm going there anyway. The memories are not really about Joliniar. Its using her escape from Netu to show Sam's own memories personally those with her father. A scifi cheat to get more backstory specifically with her father. It may be a little slow on the voyage to Netu but I like it. Once again the famous cargo ship. I'm not an asthetics person like FH but I always liked the look on the planet as Hell. I remember the first time I saw this episode I was shocked to see Naonak was Apophis. Even though we knew he was not dead it was still a good shocker. Also I loved how creepy Sokar is with his playing of fire. I'm calling this an excellent.

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  • Falcon Horus
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    To hell with us!

    Couldn't have said it any better.

    This episode clearly sets the stage for part II but I do like that we finally dig into Jolinar a little more. Took them long enough to get there. Martouf is back, and he's got that lost-puppy thing going on, in my opinion. I understand, Jolinar never wanted him to know what she did to survive, to escape.

    And not only do we delve into Jolinar's background but we get a good portion of Sam too (albeit more of that in the second part The Devil You Know).

    What I do wonder about though -- was Dion Johnstone ever really on set here. I mean, he's supposed to play Naonak but he's revealed to be Apophis in the end so Peter Williams would technically have been there. Unless Dion doubled for Peter and then with the great reveal, ta-da it's Peter as Apophis.

    Sokar, by the way, is deliciously creepy.

    How would you rate SG-1's "Jolinar's Memories?"

    Excellent
    Good
    Fair
    Poor
    Terrible

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  • maneth
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    I like the two-parter. Apophis' reappearance was creepy.

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  • Anja
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    Right, my sentiments exactly. I like the second part better.

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  • I Am Not James Spader
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    Just after the team is thrown into the Pit and find Jacob, O'Neill contacts Teal'C who asks the colonel if they have found the means of escape.

    Why didn't Teal'C tell them that there were teleportation rings on the prison moon. He saw the beam just a few minutes before.

    And it doesn't happen of screen because carter returns to the cell with the big announcement that there is a teleportation device in Bynarr's chambers.

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  • Sparky She-Demon
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    It does, I think.

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  • Hathor_girl
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    I think this gif-set (on tumblr) pretty much epitomizes Stargate SG-1!

    http://roeskva.tumblr.com/post/99728...inars-memories

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  • Sparky She-Demon
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    Originally posted by Seaboe Muffinchucker View Post
    Keep in mind that Martouf is the human half of the partnership. When we saw his symbiote, it was quite curt and condescending.

    Seaboe
    But you could also see Lantash's point in Serpent's Song. And he did turn out to be right that Sokar would come after them.

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