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    Quote Originally Posted by rocket4477
    You're absoultely right Onion. This episode showed just how great of an actor Michael Shanks truely is. I'm not quite sure if he got a Gemini for this, but I hope he did.
    I like the way everything changed for each person: voice, expressions, body movement; I swear when he was the little boy he was shorter!!

    He did win an award for this episode, it was the LEO award. There's a photo of him with the award here:
    http://www.michaelshanks-online.com/...ic/other.shtml

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    Yep. I was always very impressed with Shanks' acting in this ep. It's really good, and it brings a differnet edge to SG-1, I think. Very good ep, in my opinion.

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    I loved this episode. The acting was amazing. I almost cried when the little boy, Keenin, said he just wanted to stay with his mother. In my acting class we were talking about using your voice and movement in acting. She let me bring in the episode to show the class. They thought it was awesome.

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    That little boy, Keenin... just thinking about his face makes me want to cry right here. Lol, I'm such a girl. But he was just so cute!! *squeals* Like a little cherub with big eyes and pale face and that little frown and, and, and, awwwh... I just wanted to reach into the TV, pull him out and cuddle him.
    When MS was playing him, that was insane. He was acting just like a little kid with the low tone of voice and he kind of had that little boy pout to his face that said, "I'm trying really really hard not to cry because Daddy says that big boys don't cry." It was so cute.
    Lol, but when he put his head down into Fraiser's lap I had a bad feeling and then the snooty ruler guy (can't remember his name) came back and said, "What are you doing?" I completely broke down laughing right there. Poor Janet. The look on her face was wonderful.
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    The ending is a little strange that Carter didn't think of a way to save the squattering "souls" within Jackson. Someone with her IQ should have htought of a simple work-around such as revive several crew members first and use them to off-load those "souls" residing in Jackson's body.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sam88
    The ending is a little strange that Carter didn't think of a way to save the squattering "souls" within Jackson. Someone with her IQ should have htought of a simple work-around such as revive several crew members first and use them to off-load those "souls" residing in Jackson's body.
    She might have rejected that idea on the grounds that she couldn't do that to any other person without permission. It would always be unpleasant to have another person living in your body without permission, especially if you didn't like each other or had different dietary tastes or couldn't agree on how to decorate your rooms

    In the time it would have taken to revive everyone and explain the ins and outs of it all, and give them enough time to make a reasoned informed uncoerced choice on the matter, the good ship Daniel would have been lost with all hands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dana_Jeanne
    I like the way everything changed for each person: voice, expressions, body movement; I swear when he was the little boy he was shorter!!
    Exactly. I think that's what made this ep for me: it wasn't just Daniel doing impressions, MS changed everything from his posture to the tone of his voice, not just the accent. Janet's role was also well used, she was the person the audience could really empathize with (I LOVED the "I intend to take it back!" scene. The mix of anger, despair, and fear was played brilliantly.) I also liked that Jack made a point of sticking around. Ironically that was used to compensate RDA's schedule, but it was nice to see Jack worried about his friend, while still keeping his patented attitudes ("Not if I cut him out!").

    And besides,
    Teal'c: Daniel Jackson's preliminary electroencephalogram proved anomalous.
    Jack: I dare you to say that again.
    (Teal'c opens his mouth to repeat it)
    is one of my fav lines!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeril
    Lol, but when he put his head down into Fraiser's lap I had a bad feeling and then the snooty ruler guy (can't remember his name) came back and said, "What are you doing?" I completely broke down laughing right there. Poor Janet. The look on her face was wonderful.
    Yeah, I can see how that would be a bit akward. The look on her face was awesome but I was thinking... "I think the better question is what are you doing?" BTW.. the snooty ruler guy's name was Martice. There was Martice (sovereign), Tryan (engineer), and Keenin (little boy). Its my favorite episode.

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    And besides,
    Teal'c: Daniel Jackson's preliminary electroencephalogram proved anomalous.
    Jack: I dare you to say that again.
    (Teal'c opens his mouth to repeat it)
    is one of my fav lines!
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    Mine too and this is one of my favourite episodes.

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    I loved this ep. It was soo funny and really showed MS's acting talent

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    adore this ep MS was brilliant.

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    Wasn't this the episode the Shankster got an award for? He really showed how good an actor he is here.

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    Yes, he got an award but I can't remember what it was

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    Quote Originally Posted by Madeleine_W
    Yes, he got an award but I can't remember what it was
    Wasn't something like to the American Emmys, although Canadian.

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    MS won the Leo Award for Lifeboat. The Canadian Equivilant to the Emmy

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    How many Leos have these guys bagged now, anyways? Last I heard, AT was at two...what about the others?

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    i really really REALLY loved this episode! it really showed off that Michael is a talented actor. not that i had any doubts, i always thought so but this was just one of those roles that backed it up fully! i'm soo glad he got an award for this. he really diserved it. and teryl did an excellent job in this ep as well.

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    lol daniel reminded me of smeagol and gollum...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ApophisOfTheStargateRealm
    smeagol and gollum...
    Who?

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    this ep was GREAT! it was so sad though. i thought that they should've been able to get the persons back in the bodies and brought them back to life.
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