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    Oh, got ya. They never stick with one actress. That always bugs me too!

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    I was watching Bloodlines tonight, and I didn't realize - did you guys know that the actress that played Drey'auc in this episode is Allison Blake in Eureka? I looked her up - I was curious, because I'd always preferred this Drey'auc to the 2nd Drey'auc.
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    Yeah, the original Drey'auc was a lot prettier than the later Drey'auc.

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    It seems like one of the things everybody is talking about is Drey'auc and the fact that TPTB changed her character. Has anybody found a reason for why they would do this? Was it Salli Richardson's acting ability that turned them towards Brook Parker for future episodes or was it something else. She did play the wife of Will Smith in "I Am Legend", so she must have had some acting ability. She did have a couple different gigs in 1998 which was the year Brook Parker took the role in the episode Family. Perhaps it was nothing more than a scheduling conflict.

    If anybody has any answers I would be thrilled to hear them.
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    What I like in this ep:
    - i learned more about teal'c. he's got one hottie wife.
    - master bratac
    - master bratac beating and bossing jack
    - jaffa has families. prior to this ep, and not counting teal'c, i could not imagine that the jaffa can actually have personal lives.
    - daniel destroying the helpless goauld larvae. usually, he's the voice of reason. good job danny! it's nice to know he knows when to shoot and when to talk.

    i'll post about what i don't like later. when i remember them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by L E E View Post
    What I like in this ep:
    - i learned more about teal'c. he's got one hottie wife.
    - master bratac
    - master bratac beating and bossing jack
    - jaffa has families. prior to this ep, and not counting teal'c, i could not imagine that the jaffa can actually have personal lives.
    - daniel destroying the helpless goauld larvae. usually, he's the voice of reason. good job danny! it's nice to know he knows when to shoot and when to talk.

    i'll post about what i don't like later. when i remember them.
    Haha, where did you think the Jaffa came from? Personally I didn't like Bra'tac in these early episodes, later on in the series he becomes really cool though. The first time I saw this episode I wasn't sure what to make of Daniel shooting those infant Goa'uld's. I think it was a personal attack due to what the Goa'uld did to his wife rather than an action made by his morals.

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    One of few things I remember in this episode is that Teal'c called Drey'auc "woman" in a less-than-courteous tone. But maybe it's just Jaffa culture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by captain jake View Post
    It seems like one of the things everybody is talking about is Drey'auc and the fact that TPTB changed her character. Has anybody found a reason for why they would do this? Was it Salli Richardson's acting ability that turned them towards Brook Parker for future episodes or was it something else. She did play the wife of Will Smith in "I Am Legend", so she must have had some acting ability. She did have a couple different gigs in 1998 which was the year Brook Parker took the role in the episode Family. Perhaps it was nothing more than a scheduling conflict.

    If anybody has any answers I would be thrilled to hear them.
    I don't know for sure, but I seem to recall them saying they couldn't get the original actress back.

    Bratac is great & I loved the Sam& Daniel moments too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by captain jake View Post
    Haha, where did you think the Jaffa came from?
    When I say "family", I meant familial attachment (is this the correct term?). Before this episode, I often thought of them as unfeeling slaves who will do whatever their Gods tells them to do. They think but only of the needs/interests of their Gods. Everything they are is about their Gods. Teal'c is just an exception.

    Quote Originally Posted by captain jake View Post
    The first time I saw this episode I wasn't sure what to make of Daniel shooting those infant Goa'uld's. I think it was a personal attack due to what the Goa'uld did to his wife rather than an action made by his morals.
    I agree. If this is indeed his motivation for shooting the baby goa'ulds, then I'd like Daniel more. For me, it makes him more human.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ulkesh47 View Post
    One of few things I remember in this episode is that Teal'c called Drey'auc "woman" in a less-than-courteous tone. But maybe it's just Jaffa culture.
    What about him acting like Jack was his apprentice or something and don't forget that he kept cutting Jack off in the briefing room. Other than that it wasn't necessarily what he was saying, but rather his facial expressions and body language.

    Quote Originally Posted by jckfan55
    If anybody has any answers I would be thrilled to hear them.
    I don't know for sure, but I seem to recall them saying they couldn't get the original actress back.

    Bratac is great & I loved the Sam& Daniel moments too.
    Really other than if she was sick or pregnant or something, I don't see why she would turn down the gig. I suppose it would make sense that she was working on a different project.

    Quote Originally Posted by L E E
    When I say "family", I meant familial attachment (is this the correct term?). Before this episode, I often thought of them as unfeeling slaves who will do whatever their Gods tells them to do. They think but only of the needs/interests of their Gods. Everything they are is about their Gods. Teal'c is just an exception.

    I agree. If this is indeed his motivation for shooting the baby goa'ulds, then I'd like Daniel more. For me, it makes him more human.
    Hmm, I don't ever remember thinking like thta, probably because of what we saw in the dinning hall of Apophis's palace in Children of the Gods. I don't think that if Daniel could go back he would do the same thing, slaying the children of your enemy is no honorable action.

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    I can't decide if I liked Bratac in this episode or not. He hammed it up a bit when he first ran into the team. His last comment about 'crossing that bridge' was pure Bratac (meaning, yea, I got it buddy, I'm just saving it for the right moment). Then the whole holding the staff weapon in the air while Sam and Jack salute and Daniel waves... all a bit overly dramatic for my tastes.

    I had just noticed that Teal'c's wife is the woman in Eureka, too. I hadn't noticed that before. Almost seems like most of the pretty people in sci-fi have gone through a stargate at one point or another, eh?

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    A cool episode and probably another one of my favourites for season 1, for learning more about Teal'c and his family, about the Goa'uld and meeting Bratac for the first time.

    I liked the fight between Bratac and Jack then the comment by Bratac about "had I been 100 years younger it might not of been so easy" Jack "God I'm sorry" then Bratac brings him to the ground, "133" "You must work out" classic Bratac and Jack.

    Teal'c and his serpent headpiece a little disappointing his eyes weren't red, but I guess they don't always have to be on and helped with his cover story.

    Daniel and Sam moments were good and I have to agree with Sam what makes us human is our compassion and morality, killing a child of the enemy would make us no better then them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by L E E View Post
    I agree. If this is indeed his motivation for shooting the baby goa'ulds, then I'd like Daniel more. For me, it makes him more human.
    It really surprised me when he did that. Daniel is not the kind of person to do something like that, but you're right it makes him more human.

    Quote Originally Posted by pritnep View Post
    killing a child of the enemy would make us no better then them.
    You're right, but it's not just any child. The Goa'uld have genetic memory and you could say that they are evil from birth. I don't blame him at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Killdeer View Post
    I was curious, because I'd always preferred this Drey'auc to the 2nd Drey'auc.
    I guess I'm one of the few that prefers the 2nd Drey'auc...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ulkesh47 View Post
    I guess I'm one of the few that prefers the 2nd Drey'auc...
    Yeah me too. The first one is beautiful, but I just don't like her for some reason. She doesn't seem very "Jaffaish".

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    this episode was nnice because teal'c had to take a hard decision:to let his son to became a goau'ld or to save him with a risk that he coud die.

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    Dont'cha just hate when they change actresses ? Good episode overall I like how bra'tec took down O'Neill lols ;D

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    I am surprised people are so forgiving of Jackson for killing the gou'ld. Carter is pretty "by the book" and seems to show disgust for Jackson for a second but thats it. He probably never carried a machine gun before and seemed to have some kind of blood lust when he had the opportunity. Even after Carter speaks to him, he still does it. I realize that Shauri was recently taken, however he had a look on his face like he enjoyed it. Just seems to show lack of military training and experience that Carter seems to have. Overall, a very important scene in the series for me.

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    good episode i like the whole Teal'c and his son thing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Killdeer View Post
    I was watching Bloodlines tonight, and I didn't realize - did you guys know that the actress that played Drey'auc in this episode is Allison Blake in Eureka? I looked her up - I was curious, because I'd always preferred this Drey'auc to the 2nd Drey'auc.
    me too, bra'tac is funny in this episode imo

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