Last edited by Darren; January 24th, 2007 at 08:56 PM.
Wow bmc your commenting on like every episode, anyways, back to the topic, yah, i didn't think it wasnt good or bad, but i do agree, it did clearly show how evil they are
Hehe Maybe i shouldn't , but then i couldn't aggrivate people who don't agree with me But yah, i feel kind of bad for those episodes who don't get comments...Originally Posted by bcmilco
I didn't see this ep until I got the first series on VHS. It made no sense to me, until I realised that the vids were numbered out of order! I kind of liked this ep, but I really wanted Kawalsky to be a regular character. Still, it was not to be.Originally Posted by bcmilco
I wasn't too 'interested' in watching Kawalsky every week, but i did think he would be in more than 3 episodes (although he was).
I liked Teal'c and Jack in this one,The story was sorta off somehow, and I personally didn't care for Kowalski, I couldn't say why. But Teal'c was cool, and the way they sliced off the back of Kowalski's head to kill the Goa'uld was good. I wonder how Jack knew that the Stargate would do that?
He didn't know it would do that and they were trying to cut off the back of his head.Originally Posted by Roatbaum
They were just trying to prevent him from leaving so that they could continue to try to save him. However he was partial in the gate and from Jack's angle he probably couldn't tell that so he shut it down, killing Kawalsky.
Didn't Jack tell Teal'c to hold his head there though?
Okay I just went to look at the transcripts and this what they say about it:
I always took that part of the scene to be an accident.O'NEILL
Teal'c! Hold him there!
TEAL'C pushes KAWALSKY'S head back into the event horizon.
Shut it down! Now!
Although I suppose it makes sense when you consider Kawalsky asked to be killed if they couldn't get the goa'uld out. *shrugs* So I guess you were right.
Well, in Stargate O'Neill sees Anubis killed by the rings, so maybe he guessed that the gate would have a similar effect.
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This episode further illustrates how the Goa'uld take over hosts.
I liked The Enemy Within. It further illustrates how the Goa'uld operate, and how dangerous they really are. It also showed how, when given atough decision to make O'Neill can make it. His friend wanted death and Kowalski got it - I don't think it was by accident.
We lost one of the more interesting people in this ep :/
To bad for Kawalsky... we did get to see him in one of the alternate reality episodes.
In a particularly horrible way too,IMO !Originally Posted by aAnubiSs
(OK,I admit it,I really didn't like the ending....even though it was a plot necessity.I just have a low "Squick" threshold ! )
The place to "Gate" to during Outages for updates and info:
They could have used another character to demonstrate the Goa'uld thing... It didn't have to be a good character like Kawalsky.
I just though how funny it would be if the Goa'uld took over the chevron guy.