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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel's_twin
    I was a little surprised when I found out that Michael Shanks was the voice of Thor. And even more surprised when he didn't really want it to be known.
    I think he really liked the idea of the mystery. After all, he was going to get payed for it and it wasn't like it was a huge addition to his resume.



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    True.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Asgard Buddy
    I loved it how they just took the Stargate

    And Jack's description of the fish he could catch at that lake is great.
    Yes jacks description of the fish was good!

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    i didn't really like this ep. The replicators don't really scare me. They're just animated Legos to me.

    Not enough Daniel, either. I know MS was recovering from his appendectomy, but still. However we did get his voice with Thor, but not near as sexy as Daniel's.

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    Default Question about replicators

    First of all, they're not really like Legos, they're more like something made from and Erector Set. Same metallic type of construct.

    Second of all, it's a 'given' that the replicators are sort of akin to the Borg from ST. They're primary goal is to gain technology, they operate individually yet for a collective purpose, and in this episode, when Jack first encountered them, they pretty much ignored him in search of better game (i.e, higher technology), and since he wasn't threatening to them at that moment (like the Borg).

    So how come the replicators are so dangerous to humans? We're not made of any technological material, so we can't be assimilated, and unless we're actually shooting at them, we don't pose any major threat. Can they actually get inside our brains and "know what we know"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jyh
    So how come the replicators are so dangerous to humans? We're not made of any technological material, so we can't be assimilated, and unless we're actually shooting at them, we don't pose any major threat.
    They've probably decided that since we tend to shoot them, crash them into planets and generally attempt to annihilate them at every opportunity it's easiest if they do their pre-emptive strike thing.

    And even if they aren't attacking people directly they tend not to need life support and so they eat it. Not good for humans on a space ship. They have differing views from the humans on navigation and other matters too.

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    While this is probably immaterial to this conversation, the new Human-form replicators can just go into your head and take the infomation. And another thing. Even though the Replicators may not immediately go after humans, whenever they take technology and raw materials, it seems they always destroy the people in that civilization, also.
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    WHOA, Michael Shanks is the voice of Thor?! OMG, I DIDN'T KNOW THAT! THAT'S GREAT!

    ...Um, anyway, this was a pretty cool ep. The first one out of the last few that I was really into. I was a little scared for Thor there. He's so quiet and gentle, ya just don't want anything to happen to him. Good ep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Selmak
    Every time SG-1 is aboard an asgard ship there is no crew... only thor.
    I believe there was in Small Victories. It is when Sam and Thor beam up to the ship from the Asgard world. There was Asgard in the background.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Selmak
    Every time SG-1 is aboard an asgard ship there is no crew... only thor.
    Greytop is right, but we did have an explaination. This time...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vapor
    WHOA, Michael Shanks is the voice of Thor?! OMG, I DIDN'T KNOW THAT! THAT'S GREAT!
    I noticed the last time I watched my season 6 DVDs that Shanks even did the voice of Thor in those episodes. I thought it was really cool that instead of having someone else do his voice they managed to get Shanks to do it.

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    Re: Nemesis (322)

    Did anyone notice the little problem about the internal dampening field? Since the IDF was operational, shouldn't it prevent SG-1 from being able to fire their guns?

    And Walter said it was going to hit off the coast of california, so why was a Russian sub in US waters? The sub picked up that replicator, so it must have been off the coast of california.
    Hitler, Stalin, and Mussolini => three of the world's worst dictators.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PugGate
    And Walter said it was going to hit off the coast of california, so why was a Russian sub in US waters? The sub picked up that replicator, so it must have been off the coast of california.
    The same reason that we probably have subs off Russia coast. To spy on us.

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    What about the little problem with the internal dampening field? Is the explosion too small?
    Hitler, Stalin, and Mussolini => three of the world's worst dictators.

    Also failed artist, failed priest, and failed grade-school teacher.

    What we should learn: Don't trust artists, be wary of priests, and fear your teachers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PugGate
    What about the little problem with the internal dampening field? Is the explosion too small?
    Yea its not big enough to activate them.

    Also they said Thor's ship crashed 400 miles off the coast of California. Thats international waters and thats why Russia was able to keep the Stargate.

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    This will probably show how thick I am, but wouldn't that ship crashing into the ocean have caused a tidal wave?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Willow
    This will probably show how thick I am, but wouldn't that ship crashing into the ocean have caused a tidal wave?
    Not if it broken up into smaller pieces. Which I believe it was, when it was blown up as it hit the amptosphere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Selmak
    Every time SG-1 is aboard an asgard ship there is no crew... only thor.
    Another thing I thought of. They are awfully big ships with awfully big hallways, for such little people.

    I enjoyed this episode. Was surprised about them taking the Stargate.

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    Asgard and the replicators..way cool! There were jokes galore in this one most have been mentioned previously. I think thor and jack would make a great comedy duo. I thought it hilarious that unlike us the asgard actually gain colour when they are ill.
    Thor's ship was amazing but like QuiGonJohn said the interior was huge much bigger than the asgard need unless they have a lot of large visitors or are claustrophobic!
    The replicator's have to be the best villains that we have had, anyone remotely afraid of bugs will hate them instantly. I think the best bit is when they make that scurrying noise and you know they are just behind the wall.
    Was funny about the stargate disappearing, hammond didn't seem worried he just ordered the spare to be brought out.!

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    Yes, a new enemy to kick their butts, "they have butts" anyway good to see Thor back although he did go away from us for a while

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