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    Stargate Lifeboat (706)

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    LIFEBOAT
    EPISODE NUMBER - 706

    When SG-1 finds a crashed alien space ship, Daniel's mind is taken over by its disembodied passengers.

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    Although I never orignially liked Shanks as Jackson, since Fallen his portrayal of the character has improved. I guess with the whole death and rebirth thing going on, quite a number of things about Jackson have changed. There's not really anything that I can quantify. Lifeboat is one of those episodes that shows that Shanks is a really good actor. Switching from playing Jackson to the boy to Martise and to all the others within his body. I think he pulled it off pretty good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KorbenDirewolf
    Lifeboat is one of those episodes that shows that Shanks is a really good actor. Switching from playing Jackson to the boy to Martise and to all the others within his body. I think he pulled it off pretty good.
    I agree, he definately does a good job on this one. Teryl Rothery is fairly spectacular too.

    MS definately plays mad really well. (see also S.3 ep. "Legacy")
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    Aparrently MS has won a Leo award for acting in this one. Congratulations, it was well deserved.

    Teryl deserved one, but didn't win. But congrats for being nominated anyway.

    Madeleine

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    Yay for MS winning an award, even if I'd like him to win something as Daniel. )
    Teryls acting in this episode was outstanding and deserves some recognition.
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    ...What's a Leo award?

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    The Canadian version of the Golden Globe.
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    Which must be a big deal

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    okay.. What's a Golden Globe?
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    It like an award honoring actors/actresses talent.

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    A Golden Globe is an award that's given for both tv and movies. It's like an Emmy award, although the GG's are traditionally less stuffy than the Emmy's.

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    Yah, i don't know, why are Golden Globes less 'yay i won' then an Emmy award... ?

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    Aren't Golden Globes fairly new? Emmy's are just for movies and movie actors I think.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SGSlugger
    Aren't Golden Globes fairly new? Emmy's are just for movies and movie actors I think.
    The awards are as such:

    Oscars are for Movies
    Emmys are for Television
    Golden Globes are for both

    I think Golden Globes are newer than the others, but they a have been around for quite a number of years.


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    Quote Originally Posted by DJFavorite
    Oscars are for Movies
    Emmys are for Television
    Golden Globes are for both
    Hmmmm.... Is the Leo given for movies? If not, than I should have said that the Leo is the Canadian Emmy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bcmilco
    Hmmmm.... Is the Leo given for movies? If not, than I should have said that the Leo is the Canadian Emmy.

    I always get those stupid things mixed up
    Actually, Gemini's are the Canadian Emmy... I think you are right in assuming that Leo's are the Canadian Golden Globes.

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    Where do the Baftas fit in then?

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    I suppose we should talk a bit about Lifeboat in here

    The father and son scenes at the end and in flashback were touching, but the bit that was heartbreaking was when the little boy told Janet he'd wanted to stay with his mother. Excellent writing, that scene, and superb acting.

    Madeleine

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    When i first saw the episode, i was like, what a silly thing to do, but yah, i started to get interested with the multiple people in Daniel, it was dramatic, loved it

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    Very well acted on all parts.

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    This episode was cool in concept... It could have been so much more.

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