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I think Daniel plays a psycho really well in this one, lol. A little too well if you ask me.........kinda scared me actually!
Oh, it's not "psycho" at all, it's just how people with a really dangerous addiction behave like..."psycho" would be "Legacy" Daniel
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Micheal Shanks' portrayal of such a condition is very convincing. Definitely one of his finest moments......his excellent acting that is, lol.
there is definately a pattern to MS' acting, IMO. Whenever he is asked to play a nutter, lunatic or Psycho, he does it really well. Does this say anything about him?
This episode further extends the understanding of the Goa'uld's evilness.
This episode I LOATHED Daniel, and since we were supposed to, I guess Michael Shanks did his job very well. I can't recall how many times I yelled out at the screen: "Oh just kill him Jack!". This is one of the episodes I don't think I can rewatch from Season 2 because it just makes me angry
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I hope we fix the sarc with the ancient healing device....which i ASSUME we didn't give to the Tok'Ra....
It's unbelievable... despite being a few million years less advanced having a TV-show about you fixes everything. Maybe I should start making movies about my life... that would proably get me somewhere... like jail.
I didn't yell it... but I sure thought it.Originally Posted by AgentX
well it does further explain the evilness of the Goa'uld.
I'm glad that it does. While it doesn't make me sympathize with the Goa'uld at all it does give us a lot of information as to why they are as crazy and power hungry as they are.Originally Posted by Selmak
But boy was Daniel freaky.
The only problem I had was that Shyla said she had never used the sarcophagus yet when Daniel returned he told her she had to stop using it and that it would be hard without it. That was the only inconsistency that really bothered me.
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Shyla didn't use it, but she witnessed its effects and decided that was the way to keep Daniel with her.
MS did a great job as a Sarcophagus-addicted Daniel. My favorite line was when he yelled back at Jack. "No, you look Jack. . ."
Did any one mention how the sarcophagus seems to have a hair styling setting? Daniel's hair is much more coiffed when he comes out of it.
I can see the Goa'uld commercials now. Picture this; Nirrti walks out into an Abydonian chamber. Her hair lifeless. The announcer says, "Does this ever happen to you? You wake up, feeling good about your god-like self, ready to start your new day of ordering loyal Jaffa slaves around, when you look in your serpent mirror and see your hair is as flat as Hathor's! Well, fear not young goddesses! For we now have a new, revolutionary method of bringing bounce back in your hair. It's the Goa'uld sarcophogus! Yes, the Goa'uld sarcophogus. Perfect for bringing dead hair back to life while also healing wounds, injuries or even fatal experiences." Nirrti talks to teh camera, "It gives my hair the bounce and shine I need to properly rule my corner of the galaxy like a false god should." Announder talks again, "So don't wait, go to your nearest System-Lord-Mart today and pick up your sarcophogus!" Camera zooms in on the sarcophogus as it shines. Then at the bottom of the screen in find print, *warning, sarcophogus may cause certain side-effects. Such as tyrranical tendancies, addiction and possibly certain other personality disorders.*
So, waddya think?
I think you need to cut down on your sugar intake.
Okay, okay, fine. Funny. Happy?
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LOL, Daniel's twin. I guess curly hair is also a side effect (good or bad) for people that use it. It also gave Daniel the ability to be a really good kisser. I'd have loved to be Shyla for that moment. *swoons*
I loved Daniel sitting on his "throne". "The man who would be king."