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    Quote Originally Posted by jelgate View Post
    ... and I destroyed it with a 8;15
    Wasn't expecting anything less.
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    Aw, 3 seconds slower than Jelgate -- clocked in at 8:18.
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    Tretonin Re: Cure (610)

    Have a question. I don't know if it has been asked before so please be patient with me.

    If the Goa'uld/Tok'ra are asexual, why can't one of the Tok'ra who is "old" enough or mature enough, as the case may be, become a queen like Egeria and spawn more Tok'ra?

    It would stem their negative population problem and add more to the resistance. I understand finding willing hosts is a problem, but not as much of one with planets like earth providing soldiers and the like who are no longer in active service for whatever reason like Jacob. The symbiote could heal almost all damage like cancers, which is physical, and probably aid with curing mental disorders like PTSS. I can think of no better "Doctor" or "Phsycologist" better than one who is actually in your head and healing you from the inside.

    Also side question. How much damage can they heal? I get that they don't heal aging on their own without things like a sarcophagus. But what about missing limbs? Just curious.

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    I've always believed that Queen goa'uld are more like queen bees than anything else. In other words, queens are born, not made.

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    I've always wondered about the difference in queens that give birth. Since in Hathor, Hathor gave birth to many little ones, and the queen in cure did, too. How is there a difference in appearance between Hathor in human form doing this, and the queen in "Cure" looking like an enormous slug doing same?

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    Goa'uld reproduction is like Wraith reproduction --> EW!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chezlee View Post
    Another thing someone mentioned, I don't think the queen found in "the first ones" it can't be Cleopatra because the goauld on that planet used Unas as hosts and that queen never made it to Earth, obviously since she was dead on the planet with the Unas. so the Goa'uld Cleopatra would have had to come to Earth.
    The queen found in "The First Ones" wasn't the Egyptian Cleopatra, who was a human queen not a god so would not be used by a Goa'uld as an identity, but a nickname used by Rothman to identify her easier than the number that Daniel assigns her.

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    I always compared them to frogs actually. Bees all work toward a common goal until a new queen is available and the hive splits, whereas each Goa'uld becomes a rival almost as soon as it is born and begins seeking power of it's own. Certain species of amphibians are also able to switch from male to female in single gender enviroments as well.

    *ribbet ribbet*

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    Quote Originally Posted by WriterChick View Post
    I always compared them to frogs actually. Bees all work toward a common goal until a new queen is available and the hive splits, whereas each Goa'uld becomes a rival almost as soon as it is born and begins seeking power of it's own. Certain species of amphibians are also able to switch from male to female in single gender enviroments as well.

    *ribbet ribbet*
    Interesting theory.
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    Very interesting idea with Mother Tokra. In one moment I thought that Zenna was played by same actress like young Linea, but it was just for a second. similar hairstyle
    It was a really good episode for me and Malek could smile sometimes. He is so serious.

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    Maybe Malek's inner voice needs to remind him to smile more.

    Why so serious?
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    This episode portrayed the Tok'ra in a highly sympathetic light; Malek was close to crying. It is a shame Egeria did not live on...she could have helped her people soften some of the roughness around their edges.

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