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during this episode, when the Unas took SG-1 and Mary, did anyone see a cameraman standing behind Simon when he moved from 1 window to another?
i saw it being repeated on Sky 1 and i could have sword i saw a cameraman but couldn't be sure
I never really noticed that. I have this episode on DVD so I might take a look later on this week
However, I have to say that I didn't really enjoy it that much. I think the story was very basic and didn't have very much meaning
Although finding a cultur of medival Christians on another world opens up a whole bunch of questions. Who transplanted them? When did Sokar take control of them?
I wonder what happened to the ring that O'Neill got from the village Canon? It's never mentioned after that is it?
They briefly brought up the question of how medival Christians got to another planet. I think Daniel and Sam deduced that they must have been brought to that planet through the Antarctic gate.
I guess they could have also gone through the third gate from Atlantis, if there is a third gate. I don't really know a whole lot about Atlantis. Trying to save it for the premier...
But wasn't the Antarctic gate the first one? I'm sure the gate in Egypt was placed there by the Goa'uld after the Antarctic gate became trapped in the ice. Or is it the other way round? Okay, now I'm confused.Originally Posted by Boomer359
Originally Posted by SeaBee
The antartic gate was the one the anciets used and got buried by Ice.
The goa'uld mainly used the Giza Gate.
However that was buried before the medieval time so its Possible that Sokar used the transport christian other worlds or he mar have used a ship.
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A ship would make sense. After all, unless 1 gate became temporarily useable, both gates would have been inactive for hundreds of years before the Christians appeared on Earth.
Unless the religion developed independently of earth, which is unlikely.
Jackson and Carter did speculate about it, but they never found any proof of how the people got there.
Probably because the PTB realised that they had boobed, and couldn't come up with the answer!Originally Posted by KorbenDirewolf
I think the gate would be covered by ice.
Those crazy christians and there demons.
I didn't think Teal'c was going to die... but I was surprised how he survived
My least favourite episode.Ever.Despite trying to rewatch several times.
Personally,I really didn't feel much for any of the villagers,or their fanatical priest.
The place to "Gate" to during Outages for updates and info:
Now I found the whole premise for this show to be a bit iffy. If sokar managed to get to earth using the second gate then why didn´t he stay there and take over the world?
But this show introduced Sokar which IMO is the coolest villian they´ve had in the show, pity he didn´t last for very long.
Originally Posted by F.H.BAGPUSS
I didn't like that fat person who was in charge of the town. Stupid person, things he's all cool because of that stupid ring.
YES You're so right about that,also watched it a couple of times,didn't liked it at all,and BORING !!!!!! And that fat one,glad he's deadOriginally Posted by Anubis
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It didn't SOkar was established in season 2's "Serpent's Song" when he's trying to kill ApophisisOriginally Posted by Wyrminarrd
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This one has to rank as one of my least fav. episodes. Went nowhere, did nothing.