Jack is saying that Mr. Burns is a Goa'uld.
Jack is saying that Mr. Burns is a Goa'uld.
: Green is Good.
I NEED MORE POWER!!!
hey any body know what rifle carter uses in season seven and on. shes the only one on the team that uses it, theres a good shot of it after Jack "gets his head sucked by that dang ancient head sucker.
All I recall about Sam's fancy new weapon is it had a scope on it.. It looked like the weapons special forces use in battlefield 2. Perhaps you can look that up.. I dunno.
But man, what scared me about this episode: watching Jack shave.. Anyone else notice that? I seriously thought he was going to cut his throat on accident or something..
I enjoyed this episode, especially the scene at Jack's house. Not only was it shippy at the beginning (sorry non-shippers ), but it was really nice to see Sam, Daniel, Teal'c and Jack sitting around relaxing and just looking like a typical group of friends hanging out.
"Don't dis MacGyver, or before you know it he'll be at your door with some tinfoil, a whistle and a bag of marbles...and you'll be sorry then..."
S/J all the way!
Big Honkin' Resolution!
SAVE STARGATE ATLANTIS!!!!
Up to which point does Part one ends? Just curious coz it was shown as a whole movie in the DVD. I was looking for part 2 when I realised that the episode was not split in my dvd.
Nevermind. Found my answer.
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I'm glad that on the dvd this episode isn't split into 2, helps give it a 'movie' kind of feel as was originally intended.
I think Jack knows how to shave or he'd never have attained his age.
It would have made an amazing movie.
Go Hammond! He knows how to make the big decisions.
Thanks for the good times!
Watched both parts in a row, don't know where the split was...
A great ep. I love the start with Jack washing the phone under the water and working on the crossword puzzle. A lot of stuff with crossword was hilarious.
A blonde Elizabeth Weir. And she's here to replace Hammond. *Shakes fist* I much prefer the Atlantis Weir.
Loved the scene at Jacks house. I would have liked to see that sort of stuff more often. It seems Daniel doesn't handle his alcohol very well haha. Teal'c is so deep! lol.
The Jaffa learnt the price for failing Anubis. He's quite happy to sacrifice them seeing as he has the superior foot soldiers in the Kull warriors.
Tuesday night...and not just any old ep of SG1...back in 02/03...when S7 was still in the works...the rumour was that an SG1 cinema movie was also in the works to link the show to the upcoming new spinoff Atlantis...Gateworld cinema trips were planned and everything...however that movie never happened and it's plotline became what was originally aired as a two-parter to end the season.
On DVD it's released in movie format but for the first time since the first time it aired over here in early '04 I'm watching it in it's original two parts for the sake of the Rewatch(if memory serves the tbc was just as Bra'tac and Teal'c left for Chulak)
1. Crossword scene was dumb-Jack at his worst.
2. Looking back, I'm not sure how they thought they could make off with the Ancient device.
3. First impression of Weir...hard to say, already it looked like she might be a better fit in Atlantis than the SGC where let's face it Kinsey was hoping she'd be out of her depth.
4. It certainly made that first briefing interesting, particularly from SG1's POV! You sort of took Hammond's competance for granted and now...
5. Bra'tac: Has Hammond of Texas fallen in battle We've had a recent change in our political leaders. Bra'tac: Fools, hashaks, you doom yourselves!
Decent enough set up...
I'm gonna copy and paste this in the Part 2 thread (because I can).
This was a really great episode, which set the spin-off show for the franchise.
I don't have as much to say about these 2 episodes, compared to Full Circle
- I noticed that the President has some tendencies that Jack has (like mocking the enemy).
- The visual effects were awesome in this one, can wait until we are able to see it in HD.
- Kinsey is still an ass[beep]. That will never change.
- Again, Joel did an amazing job on the music for the episodes (Damn it Joel, I want my Soundtracks)
- I would like to see the original script for Lost City (you know the Feature Script, that takes place after Full Circle, it does exist (and finished), Martin said so in the Full Circle commentary).
- Liked that cliffhanger.
Monday, Season 8, and the Replicators are back.
First time round I thought the first part of this was a bit boring. The more I re-watch it, the more I appreciate the continuation from 'Inauguration' and the way it builds a nice base to put the fantastic part two on to.
We meet Dr Elizabeth Weir, I liked Jessica Steen in the role and it would have been nice to see her carry on. Thankfully she's nobody's fool, let alone Kinsey's. It's always gratifying to see when people see Kinsey for who he really is, a scheming, self serving *bleep*!
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Great stuff, I love this two parter. I like the second part more though, but this is still good with plenty of funny parts.
I also watched them on DVD all as one episode and had to check where the first part ends since it's been a little while since I saw it on TV.
"Thanks to denial, I'm immortal."
"A big 'Hello' to all intelligent life out there, and for everyone else, the secret is to bang the rocks together, guys!"
"Excuse me, barmaid? You seem to have brought me the wrong offspring. I ordered an extra large boy with beefy arms, extra guts and glory on the side. This here, this is a talking fishbone!"
"I'm Jack. It means... what's in the box?"
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