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    Stargate 1969 (221)

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    1969
    EPISODE NUMBER - 221

    A cosmic accident causes SG-1 to be sent back 30 years into Earth's past, where they must locate the Stargate and find a way home.

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    I love this episode. Hippies are the best.
    It’s the show that doesn’t end, it goes on and on my friends, some people started watching not knowing what it was, but they will be watching forever just because it’s the show that doesn’t end…..

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    It's a cool episode. But I don't like time travel.

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    It's an interesting spin on time travel though. And the casting for young Hammond was excellent
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    Quote Originally Posted by Major Clanger
    It's an interesting spin on time travel though. And the casting for young Hammond was excellent
    I agree about Lt. Hammond. All my friends wonder if Don Davis did a voiceover for it. (I don't think he did)

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    I agree with everyone else about the Lt. Hammond - great job by the casting crew (actually they do a great job all the time!).
    "Out of the way it's a busy day, I've got things on my mind." --Pink Floyd

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    Must say, nice surprise...

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    I enjoy time travel stuff, and this was very good. Especially the part at the end when Hammond tells O'neill how much he owes him with interest.
    Dark Helmet: So, Lone Starr, now you see that evil will always triumph because good is dumb.
    Dark Helmet: No, it's not what you think. It's much, much worse!

    Col. Sandurz: Prepare for light speed.
    Dark Helmet: No, no, light speed is too slow.
    Col. Sandurz: Light speed too slow?
    Dark Helmet: Yes, we'll have to go right to...Ludicrous speed!
    Col. Sandurz:Ludicrous speed! Sir, we've never gone that fast before. I don't think the ship can take it.
    Dark Helmet: What's the matter, Colonel Sandurz...CHICKEN?!

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    it was a great episode...it had some memoriable scenes...
    some guard:*in russian* are you russian spies
    daniel: niete
    jack: daniel!
    daniel: he just asked us if we were russian spies..and i said no...
    jack gives this look
    daniel: oh...
    heh heh and the teal'c michael scenes...oh man. though we should find out what happens to jenny and michael...

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    This episode is cool because it takes place in the very week in which I was born.
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    This was a very cool episode. Great characterization and an intriguing story concept too.

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    I loved this episode it's one of my favorites besides Urgo, I loved how they went back in time. I'm just glad that they don't go back in time as much as Star Trek series does! A cute and funny episode and I probably seen it three our so times.
    Jack: (describing Urgo) It's a machine!
    Urgo: That hurts!

    I wanna live, I wanna experience the universe, and I wanna eat pie.
    Jack: Hey, who doesn't?

    Urgo: They're gonna kill you! They're gonna open your heads with giant can openers and then they scoop me out with a big scoopy thing... (starts crying)

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    Loved the clothes. I was born in the sixties, so I missed the best part of it. And Teal'c as Jimmi Hendricks! LOL lots!
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    I just hope for the last episode of SG-1, they make it so Sam tells Cassandra what happened in 1969, and what she must do. That will complete the episode.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeaBee
    And Teal'c as Jimmi Hendricks!
    Teal'c reminded me of Clacence Williams III of the show the MOD Squad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greytop
    Teal'c reminded me of Clacence Williams III of the show the MOD Squad.
    He did , but as one who used to watch the show, I think Teal'c talks more than ( I can't remember his name.) did.
    But you have to love Daniel's German accent. That was some seriously German, German. I remember myself and some others talked about going to Woodstock, then we decided that it would be a 'hassle' . Maybe I'd have seen the guys on the way And everybody had a van like that.


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    Another DHDless activation of the gate by Cassie.

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    Always tricked the stoned hippies... man

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    Quote Originally Posted by Selmak
    Another DHDless activation of the gate by Cassie.
    It was probably the Asgard who gave us the tech in the furture. When Thor came to earth via the stargate he use DHDless activation.

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    yeah... it looked like one of those stone things that the Asgard use.

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