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    The Devil You Know (313)

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    STARGATE SG-1 - SEASON THREE
    EPISODE NUMBER - 313

    SG-1 must escape a hellish prison moon, and one of their worst enemies.

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    Last edited by GateWorld; February 6, 2021, 10:06 PM.

    #2
    Excellent episode, Sokar really was a very nicely done up character, the only thing I hate is that he wasn't around for longer. And something that I wasn't suspecting was at the end of Part 1, when Apophis revealed himself, just brilliant.

    This epside (along with Part 1, Jolinar's Memories) goes in to my list of favourite episodes.

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      #3
      I agree with everything you said. It is too bad Sokar couldn't be around a bit longer, I think they could have done some more really good episodes with him. This one and Jolinar's Memories are probably my 2 favorite episodes from Season 3.
      "Out of the way it's a busy day, I've got things on my mind." --Pink Floyd

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        #4
        Soakr's Jaffa are quite unique looking. Do we ever see them with their helmet's up?

        As for the episode, the idea that the Tok'ra could destroy a moon but couldn't penetrate of Goa'ould mothership's shields seems a little off. I do, however, dig the idea of destroying an entire celestial body just to get at one ship. I'm a fan of overkill.

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          #5
          It's not as much as destroying a star and several planets in order to take out a few ships.

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            #6
            The dead goa'uld returns

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              #7
              Poor Jacob

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                #8
                I didn't really want to see Apophis return. I felt really sorry for the host when his mind broke through, and couldn't help thinking about him. It must be terrible to have to return to the nightmare again.
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                  #9
                  It was very creative how he came back though.

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by Selmak
                    It was very creative how he came back though.
                    I agree, it was probably the most interesting return throughout the series... just the whole situation and all.

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                      #11
                      I loved the whole look and feel of these 2 episodes. Very well done.
                      O'Neill: "Well, we'll just have to cross that bridge when we come to it."
                      Bra'tac: "No, the bridge is too well guarded."

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                        #12
                        Yeah, Sokar was a great villian and in all regards a better one then many we have today. It was just nice to have a snake that went with something other then egyptian lore.

                        To kill him off just to bring Apopquiz back seemed like a terrible wast of a great concept.

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by Wyrminarrd
                          Yeah, Sokar was a great villian and in all regards a better one then many we have today. It was just nice to have a snake that went with something other then egyptian lore.

                          To kill him off just to bring Apopquiz back seemed like a terrible wast of a great concept.


                          Killing Sokar off was a bit too quick for me, as you said just to bring Apophis back, I'd rather keep Sokar. And his hideout/lair place was great also, volcano caves!
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                            #14
                            I do have to agree (partly). I do think that they did kill off Sokar too quickly. And if they were to kill him early in his career, why couldn't they have made in a way that he could be revived in a Sarcophogus? But I was happy that they brought back Apophis. Not for nothing, but he is just a better villain because he's a more personal villain for most of the members of Sg-1.

                            Jack: He took Ska'ra and made him a host for his son, Klor'el.
                            Daniel: He took Sha're and made him host for his queen.
                            Teal'c: First prime of Apophis, he has the most personal ties with this false god.
                            Sam doesn't really have any personal ties with Apophis, so she doesn't really count.
                            Yes, I really do look like (a younger) Daniel. Don't believe me? Look for yourself.


                            Hey, Mitchell! You want a turn?

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                              #15
                              Great episode! One of my favorites along with "Jolinar's memories". I was so surprised when Apophis took off that mask ! It was so unexpected! And it was also nice to go into the characters' minds as well. It was all really good! I wish it hadn't been so easy to finish off Sokar. He was too powerfull a Goa'uld to go like that.
                              May our transmatter beams cross again...

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                              "Out of that sea of stars came all the elements that make me what I am. "


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