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    Stargate The First Commandment (105)

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    THE FIRST COMMANDMENT
    EPISODE NUMBER - 105

    SG-1 must stop a renegade Stargate commander, who has gone mad and set himself up as a god on an alien planet.

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    I think Jonas could have made a nice recurring character if he hadn't of died in this episode. Think about it, a Tauri who has come to think of himself as a god trying to setup an empire somewhere..
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    he didn't become to think of himself as a god, he went cRazy...what's so interesting about that? he deserved death

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    I thought this ep. was pretty good. I liked the way Teal'c opened the way to the second machine. V. funny!
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    I liked it beacuse it showed that Earth's Air Force doesn't have the best...aka not everyone is sg1....but i didn't like that it was that early in the show...too fast of integration

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    I'm fond of this episode. Twas tres cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Newbie
    he didn't become to think of himself as a god, he went cRazy...what's so interesting about that? he deserved death
    He portrayed himself as a god to the cave-dwellers.. Its just that he also happened to beleive it himself. Seems to me he acted in pretty much the same manner as most Goa'uld, although they normally don't believe themselves so much about being gods.
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    It was to early in the series for someone from the SGC to go nuts.

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    The episode sucked, but I wonder. Couldn't this shield maybe help us to contain oxygen, if we wanted to colonize the moon or something.

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    It was a radiation shield. How would that help with oxygen?
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    Quote Originally Posted by aAnubiSs
    The episode sucked, but I wonder. Couldn't this shield maybe help us to contain oxygen, if we wanted to colonize the moon or something.
    It is unlikely that the shield can be used to contain matter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KorbenDirewolf
    It was a radiation shield. How would that help with oxygen?
    MAGNETS! duuuuuuuuuuh

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    Is that device in the pic of Ancient design? Something like that was found in "The Torment of Tantalus" and also there is a pic of something like that in a pic from Atlantis.

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    Weird ep,IMO. I didn't really enjoy some parts of the story,but there were some good moments.
    I'll have to rewatch this ep as it's been a fair while.

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    Daniel:"It's Macaroni Cheese".

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    I hated it.

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    who was that guy... was he part of an SG team and went nuts?

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    Exactly what was the device in the pic supposed to do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Selmak
    Exactly what was the device in the pic supposed to do?
    A force sheild is bounce between two of the devices that is to keep the sun's dangerous raditaion out.

    There is a young man in the show that helped SG-1. Wasn't he also one of the children from Abydos?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Selmak
    who was that guy... was he part of an SG team and went nuts?
    Exactly what was the device in the pic supposed to do?
    Did you actually watch the episode? Yes Jonas Hnasen was commander of SG-9, Conner's unit, he wnet nuts and pretended to be a god. Hos 2nd in commnad seems to have gone along with it. Conner and the other member of the team ran for the gate and the one whowasn't conner was killed.

    The device create a sheild to block harm uv radiation.

    This was all explained if you actually watched an episode.
    It was to early in the series for someone from the SGC to go nuts
    No, It better someone went nuts now that later, surely the first time your called a God is going to most tempting rite?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crazedwraith
    Did you actually watch the episode? Yes Jonas Hnasen was commander of SG-9, Conner's unit, he wnet nuts and pretended to be a god. Hos 2nd in commnad seems to have gone along with it. Conner and the other member of the team ran for the gate and the one whowasn't conner was killed.


    I agree Craized, you'd actually understand if you actually watched the episode. But since I just got up, the device is used for a bright energy beam. He had one of two devices, and needed them to be activated. Yet, he doesn't know how to turn them on...until Carter arrives.

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