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  1. #101
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    Not particularly fond of this episode, but I'm averse to it either... probably hanging somewhere in the middle -- between liking and meh.

    Anyhoodle, someone's threatening General Hammond to make him step down and they put a hard-ass in his place who cares less about lives and more about making the biggest bomb and making it go boom. To hell with potential casualties. They aren't American lives so not worth his time, even though he also didn't seem to care much about the loss of Major Wade of SG-3. He was more concerned about whether they had gotten their hands on the naquadah.

    And then Bauer got burned -- fairly literally you might say, hightailing it out of dodge when it got too hot underneath his feet.

    Maybourne and O'Neill going at it together -- kinda funny! Starsky and Hutch -- yeah, I guess they could pull that off.

    How would you rate SG-1's "Chain Reaction?"

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    How can you not love these episodes FH? I love the Starsky and Hutch episodes. Now that Maybourne isn't an antagonist, I think the two play off one another as comedy gold as they infilitrate the dark areas of society. Kinsey hypocrisy isn't surprising but his level of criminality is astounding. I remember when first seeing this episode that I wonder why he wasn't arrested. The naqudah bomb story is just there. I don't feel like it serves a purpose
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    Also 9 min 44 sec
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    Not one of my better ones, in fact the worst yet. 16:04
    Too much white & off white.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jelgate View Post
    How can you not love these episodes FH? I love the Starsky and Hutch episodes.
    I know, I'm as suprised as you are.

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    Not one of my better ones, in fact the worst yet. 16:04
    Too much white & off white.
    Blame it on the dog.
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    Its one of your harder puzzles FH. Their are more pieces than normal and their isn't a big focus point
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    Quote Originally Posted by jelgate View Post
    Its one of your harder puzzles FH. Their are more pieces than normal and their isn't a big focus point
    Mmm... could have been it wouldn't let me choose the usual pieces. It does that depending on size of the image. Must keep an eye out on that.
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    I'm snug in the middle of the master and student, 14 minutes and 13 seconds.
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    14:43

    I really like this episode. I rate it as good.

    I like how Maybourne and Jack play off of each other, and you can tell that Maybourne actually respects O'Neill.

    Kinsey is a major scum. I love how Jack and Maybourne get out of the situation.

    So General Bauer didn't listen and got burned--serves him right!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BethHG View Post
    So General Bauer didn't listen and got burned--serves him right!
    He was the puppet. I can only assume his career was done for after that.
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    They pretended to use the internet again, while it was just a local hard drive. They made the same error in Hathor.
    http://csillagkapu.hu/kep.php?kep=ht...ba/4x15/01.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by Platschu View Post
    They pretended to use the internet again, while it was just a local hard drive. They made the same error in Hathor.
    http://csillagkapu.hu/kep.php?kep=ht...ba/4x15/01.jpg
    Considering I received a mail today with a couple of zip-files attached where the sender mentioned she didn't know what program to use to open those files, I'm sure there are plenty people out there who wouldn't know the difference.
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    IMO, you have to forgive the show for fake internet use; especially since all the computer stuff is added after the fact.

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