He will be waiting for the next explorers to step through the gate - he has got time!!!
Maybe he gets out a bit more now since he has a robot Sam built extended life battery. I'm sure he would have been kept busy repairing robot SG-1 too. Well, that's what I like to think, that they were back wandering around the galaxy and would turn up again at some point.
Strange. They must have been pretty advanced to build those things in the first place, and then even transfer their 'souls' to make a perfect 'copy'.
... A robot without battery, really? ...
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Yeah, but look at us, with our computers and cell phones galore, and still not very good batteries (I mean only 4-6 hours? come on). Or maybe they had the natural resources for the robots but not enough for the power systems (most long lasting batteries are made of relatively rare elements).
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Maybe the surface wasn't promising at all and there really was no need for better batteries - perhaps the last one had been suicidal - with that one as company!!!
If ever you wondered what happened to the androids -- they ignored orders and went off galavanting the galaxy. I'm surprised O'Neill doesn't know himself any better than that. Or maybe he did, since his reply to General Hammond's enquiry about ordering the androids to stay put is hesitant.
I truly enjoy the 2 O'Neills bantering and trying to one up one another. 1 O'Neill is a handful, 2 -- well... that's something we all like to see play out, Carter.
I really like the story and how both teams are working together, whether they like that or not. I do miss Daniel's presence but okay, he got to die again -- his robot-self anyway. They all perished but perhaps Harlan can fix them up again, if he's allowed too. They don't really touch on that subject, nor do they touch on the subject of the jaffa on board Chronos' ship. Did they choose freedom or.... death? Capture? I don't like those open endings really.
It's an excellent 42 minutes of fun entertainment: action, adventure, bantering, and great team work.
How would you rate SG-1's "Double Jeopardy?"
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I think Harlan is dead. Unless he can make new robots. I think the first time, I watched this episode o actually didn't know they were the fake SG1. Now the signs are obvious. Ah to be young and naive. I think It's a straight forward action which is entertaining enough as we get to see the robots outsmart and die. I especially like the Tealcs getting revenge which is why It's a good. 6 minutes 14 seconds. Close FH but no cigar
I thought this was a good episode. I liked the two Jack's fighting, the two Carters working together, and the two Teal'c's saving each other.
Double Jeopardy -- for some reason it either reminds me of a seventies (? -- and I was born in the eighties) song or an episode of Stargate Atlantis. But rarely does it ring an SG-1 bell. It's weird.
1.Carter misreaded the code of the planet : P2X-379 vs. P3X-379
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