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    Lieutenant Colonel Elwe Singollo's Avatar
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    Yah, but i like the X-files feel that went with this episode, which makes me miss the X-files, haha... Anyways, what i didn't agree with was, the whole episode was predictable, i don't 100 percent agree, but i do see where the episode can be. The first NID host, who shot Sam and that other NID agent, i didn't see that comming, that slap wasn't predictable , but i still understand how the episode maybe predictable.

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    This is the episode that I was complaining I had only seen once. It was in another thread, I can't recall which one now. I thought it was a really good, (though I was wondering what happened to Jack through the whole thing).
    And I think the NID is too much every where they go. Overall I thought it was a keeper. I liked Jonas and Teal'c in the bar. I thought we were going to see a little redneck Jaffa one on one.


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    Of course the NID were everywhere. They knew what was going on the whole time.. Just wanted them to finish the ship so NID could grab it.
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    Those greedy NID people! the only NID agent i like in the show is probably Agent Barret, but yah, he wasn't in this episode.

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    Not a good episode, not a bad episode, just kind of an average episode.

    I didn't notice the lack of O'Neill since their wasn't anything he could have done what would have changed the outcome of the ep.

    But I remember one thing: When Teal'c and Jonas were in the NID van, I thought how wonderful it is that there are shows shooting in real moving cars and not using green screens or rear screen projections. Wow, was I surprised to find out how the scene was done (on DVD special feature). SG is really doing a good job with rear-screen projections or matte paintings in general, unlike countless other shows.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sgeureka
    But I remember one thing: When Teal'c and Jonas were in the NID van, I thought how wonderful it is that there are shows shooting in real moving cars and not using green screens or rear screen projections. Wow, was I surprised to find out how the scene was done (on DVD special feature). SG is really doing a good job with rear-screen projections or matte paintings in general, unlike countless other shows.
    Yes and all those 'other' shows take home the awards for "Best FX" etc, etc. It's just not fair!
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    Those judges who decide who gets the awards are probably really really old people who 'think' they have good judgement. But i'm going to see how they did it, cause i thought it was a green-screen for a second, hahah..

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    NID meddling... again

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    Quote Originally Posted by omnian
    The story seemed very X-Files and somewhat......predictable.
    I don't know about predictable but the X-Files vibe was strong with this one. It felt like characters from Stargate were being thrown into a totally different show. That being said, I thought it was a very entertaining 44 minutes of television. The bar scene with Teal'c and Jonas is classic.
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    Can any of you gate buffs help me out, something from this episode confused me. Adrian Conrad, last time we saw him was when he was at the NID safehouse wasn't it? Did I miss something? Where is he now? Did Jack 'take care' of him, or did he stay as a guest of the NID? the next mention of him seems to be in 'Nightwalkers'. Thanks for your help, feel free to reply to this post or email me to clear up my confusion. [email protected]

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    In Prometheus
    Spoiler:
    he gets released, along with Colonel Simmons, and they nick the Prometheus. There's a whole thing and the upshot is no more Conrad, no more Goa'uld.
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    remember to put some spoilers I forgot it one time and I paid the price with some red points so keep this in mind
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    Quote Originally Posted by _Anubis
    remember to put some spoilers I forgot it one time and I paid the price with some red points so keep this in mind
    He doesn't need to put spoiler warnings for season six episodes anymore. The requirement for that season went away about a month ago, when season seven started in US syndication.

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    Oh yes, I'd forgotten that we don't need SS for s6 any more, and I edited some in. But I think I'll leave it there, simply cos JtC asked a question which seems to say he hadn't seen that ep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rocket4477
    He doesn't need to put spoiler warnings for season six episodes anymore. The requirement for that season went away about a month ago, when season seven started in US syndication.
    ooh I qppologize I didn't know.Cool no more spoiler for season 6 for everyone
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    So I liked it. Had a very XFiles feel, but it was the feel from the XFiles in the years that I liked that show. Over all I have a few quibbles and comments.

    a) Could SG1 have been more ragingly obvious than to walk into small town Oregon dressed all in black (and leather pants woohoo), and driving a blue Ford that looked like it was pulled out of a government motor pool?

    b) I liked Jonas in this episode. First one so far that I've seen that I didn't hate him. Good interaction with Sam. Got the feeling that she didn't really like him yet. Loved the slap. Loved "Goa'uld" Sam. Kind of which she'd slapped him again.

    c) Like that they've been CGIing the goa'uld. They look more real.

    d) Was it just me, or were the NID containment team using really horrible urban tactics and search tactics?

    e) It felt like it wrapped to fast, like they had Sam zat them and than went "whoops, only eight more minutes!"

    f) It was nice to be reminded that Sam can be a competent military officer and leader. It's been easy to forget lately.
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    I know I'm coming late to the party, but I just saw this ep last night. I really enjoyed it.

    Mulder and Scully. . . oops, sorry Sam and Teal'c and Jonas went to investigate the death of a scientist. I suppose I liked it so much because it was so X-Files-ish. Even the town-Steveston-could so be an X-Files town.

    I thought they wrapped things up a little quickly at the end. A vaccine against the symbiote?

    Anyway, how about the clothes? Teal'c got into Shaft's closet. Okay, Sam, leather pants? She must have raided Farscape's wardrobe closet. I'm still trying to figure out why Jonas was carrying a man purse. But overall, they had a kick ass wardrobe.

    I still believe Mulder and Scully were geared up and ready to go through the Gate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Major Fischer
    So I liked it. Had a very XFiles feel, but it was the feel from the XFiles in the years that I liked that show.
    Everyone else says X-Files. It's funny, I just instantly thought 'Lovecraft'. I was actually kind of disappointed that it turned out to be the Goa'uld rather than the Insects from Shaggai.

    I suppose it goes without saying that I loved this ep. I've mentioned it before, probably in this thread, but it also inspired the SG-7 series of fanfics, an almighty 30 story arc (5 written to date) that got into my brain and wouldn't go away!

    a) Could SG1 have been more ragingly obvious than to walk into small town Oregon dressed all in black (and leather pants woohoo), and driving a blue Ford that looked like it was pulled out of a government motor pool?
    It's a small town and they ain't from round here(TM). If you're going to be spotted anyway, you might as well look cool.

    Plus: Leather pants.

    f) It was nice to be reminded that Sam can be a competent military officer and leader. It's been easy to forget lately.
    Hasn't it just. You know; the Carter in this episode, I suspect even Major Clanger might accept as a major (if not quite a short colonel).
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    Quote Originally Posted by LMichelle

    Teal'c got into Shaft's closet.

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