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  • Ragitsu
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    I wonder how many ladies went gaga over O'Neill and Quinn in wet t-shirts.

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  • Falcon Horus
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    Originally posted by jelgate View Post
    5 minutes 34 seconds
    And I'm 5 seconds faster than this.

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  • Falcon Horus
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    Originally posted by ReganX View Post
    He accepted him, as an alternative to having a Russian officer on SG-1, but I think that, as of the beginning of the episode, his first preference would have been to remain a three-person team with himself, Sam and Teal'c.
    That's just a rumor.
    You ask Jack, he'll deny it ever happened that way.

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  • hedwig
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    Puzzle: 10:34

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  • ReganX
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    It's always nice to see Jacob in an episode. It's been so long since I watched this one that I remembered very little of it; it was as close to watching a new episode of Stargate: SG=1 as I expect to get.

    I like the opening mystery as to why a Goa'uld vessel would be abandoned so close to Earth.

    I also think that they did a good job with Jonas on his first mission; I suppose this must pick up immediately after the end of the previous episode. His wonder is nice to watch now, although it irritated me a bit the first time around, as did the way he talked about reading all of the mission reports. Mitchell had soured me on the latter. I also think that RDA did well showing Jack's adjustment to having Jonas on the team. He accepted him, as an alternative to having a Russian officer on SG-1, but I think that, as of the beginning of the episode, his first preference would have been to remain a three-person team with himself, Sam and Teal'c.

    It's almost bizarre to think that, just a few years after the SGC were trying to see what could be salvaged from a Goa'uld vessel, Earth would have faster, more powerful vessels at its disposal.

    It was more than a little predictable that, having been left behind, Jonas would end up playing a crucial role in saving the day, but it was to be expected, and Corin Nemec did really well. The scenes with Jonas and Teal'c were great.

    There was a nice amount of suspense in this episode, which I enjoy. I also think that it was good as a team episode; it may have been Jonas' first mission, and he got his heroic moments, but all four members of the team had a vital role to play. I think that this is very important.

    I love the glider escape, and Jack's line about all members of SG-1 being present and accounted for was sweet.

    Another Excellent.

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  • jelgate
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    5 minutes 34 seconds

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  • Falcon Horus
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    Originally posted by jelgate View Post
    You wouldn't let me get away with such excuses back in the old days
    I'm in vacation mode -- brain only works on half power.

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  • Who Knows
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    7.32

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  • BethHG
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    8:13

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  • jelgate
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    Originally posted by Falcon Horus View Post
    I remembered General Hammond with that shotgun after I posted... meh... maybe Davis likes it small and handy...
    You wouldn't let me get away with such excuses back in the old days

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  • Falcon Horus
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    3-episode quiz: Redemption I, Redemption II & Descent

    Jigsaw puzzle: Descent

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  • Falcon Horus
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    Originally posted by jelgate View Post
    They were on a Goa'uld mothership. All the soldiers should be armed. They should all have weapons. I don't think Davis can be any more out of training than Hammond and he had a gun in Meance
    I remembered General Hammond with that shotgun after I posted... meh... maybe Davis likes it small and handy...

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  • jelgate
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    They were on a Goa'uld mothership. All the soldiers should be armed. They should all have weapons. I don't think Davis can be any more out of training than Hammond and he had a gun in Meance

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  • Falcon Horus
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    Originally posted by jelgate View Post
    One thing that bothered me is that when in the engine room when they expect a threat, Carter raises her P90 and Davis only has a pistol. He is a major in the Air Force. HR should be allowed a machine gun
    Perhaps Davis felt he had been out of the game too long to be handling a P90, or, you know, they weren't supposed to run into any trouble so he didn't feel the need to come fully equipped, just the standard side-arm.

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  • jelgate
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    One thing that bothered me is that when in the engine room when they expect a threat, Carter raises her P90 and Davis only has a pistol. He is a major in the Air Force. HR should be allowed a machine gun

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