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    Zat Re: There But For the Grace of God (119)

    I find it ironic that AU Daniel gets blown up (along with Egypt), by the very aliens that he is trying to prove the existence of.
    Hitler, Stalin, and Mussolini => three of the world's worst dictators.

    Also failed artist, failed priest, and failed grade-school teacher.

    What we should learn: Don't trust artists, be wary of priests, and fear your teachers!

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    Zat Re: There But For the Grace of God (119)

    Quote Originally Posted by ShimmeringStar
    So true about the wig. Very natural & nothing like the rug they stuck on her head for Point of View. And she may not have been militarySam, but she knew how to kick butt. Liked the "Oh, yeah. I also wish to blow us all to hell" line as she pulled the pin out of the grenade.
    I think this wig was better than the one in New Order, as well.

    As for the grenade: so true. It was cool to see that how much civilian Sam was like military Sam--that it wouldn't have been her training that made her pull the pin in either universe, it was her own personality.

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    Default Re: There But For the Grace of God (119)

    It's time for another edition of Freeze-Frame Fun!

    When Daniel Jackson sneaks off to look himself up in the alternative reality base computer, he flips past a screen in Catherine Langford's personal file that reads as follows:

    Daniel Jackson

    Contacted Dr. Jackson. He refused to become involved in research. I am disappointed. He may have been our best hope.

    So I may as well just go to a bar somewhere and have a drink. Egypt is a dry place after all, and I do carry this silly heavy gold pendant around my neck always. Make it a double infact.

    Or three.
    Don't you just love those crafty creators?

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    Default Re: There But For the Grace of God (119)

    Nice spot! Will have to look for it on my copy of the DVD at some point!

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    Default Re: There But For the Grace of God (119)

    Quote Originally Posted by Samuel J. Tilden
    It's time for another edition of Freeze-Frame Fun!

    When Daniel Jackson sneaks off to look himself up in the alternative reality base computer, he flips past a screen in Catherine Langford's personal file that reads as follows:


    Don't you just love those crafty creators?
    ::snicker:: Yeah, they get some good stuff in, sometimes. I particularly liked the paper in Threads.
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    Default Re: There But For the Grace of God (119)

    In 'Hathor', a freeze-frame of the website Sam's researching Hathor at reveals that Ishtar is/was, among other things, the goddess of bad movies.

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    Question Re: There But For the Grace of God (119)

    I have a question, why did the other dimension Daniel say no to Cathrin? I wonder what made him say no

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    Default Re: There But For the Grace of God (119)

    It was cos a fish jumped out of a nearby pond and distracted him. Or something.

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    Default Re: There But For the Grace of God (119)

    Quote Originally Posted by Madeleine_W
    It was cos a fish jumped out of a nearby pond and distracted him. Or something.
    so why did the fish jump out of the pond?

    eh?

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    Default Re: There But For the Grace of God (119)

    Quote Originally Posted by PugGate
    I find it ironic that AU Daniel gets blown up (along with Egypt), by the very aliens that he is trying to prove the existence of.
    Yes it is maybe TPTB were trying to show this without making it to obvious!

    Great Ep, still looks and feels good now with S9 airing!

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    Default Re: There But For the Grace of God (119)

    Awesome eppy..........sets up nicely for the finale

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    Earth Symbol Re: There But For the Grace of God (119)

    Quote Originally Posted by Heru'urs_first_prime
    so why did the fish jump out of the pond?

    eh?
    It was in league with Ra!
    Yes, I really do look like (a younger) Daniel. Don't believe me? Look for yourself.

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    Default Re: There But For the Grace of God (119)

    ^ I suppose if we knew why the fish juped out the pond wed know alot more about life the universe and everything.

    Great Ep due to the fact it was the first ep with the magical Quantam Mirror with its parallel realities. I think they should bring it back soon.
    Oh Yes the Sam is Back and hes more Sci-fied up than ever !!!!!!!!!

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    Earth Symbol Re: There But For the Grace of God (119)

    I think they had it destroyed after the events in Point of View.
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    Stargate Re: There But For the Grace of God (119)

    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel's_twin
    I think they had it destroyed after the events in Point of View.
    Well we know that the NID (or rather the rogue elements of it) have used off world technology for their own purposes before so I like to think that maybe they still have the mirror locked up somewhere.

    As for the episode. This was the very first episode of the show that I saw after I saw the movie in Science Class one day. I thought it was very original and, though I hadn't seen any of the show before that point, I was hooked. I

    n retrosepct it remains in my mind a very good episode. The acting was good, the plot was good, and it was a nice look into a good "what if?"

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    Re: There But For the Grace of God (119)

    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel's_twin
    I think they had it destroyed after the events in Point of View.
    Well we know that Hammond said he was going to have it destroyed, but we don't know whether or not someone talked him out of it or...and this is my personal take...Hammond probably did order its destruction, but higher ups or those connected to the NID made sure that even though he thought it was destroyed, in truth it was preserved to be used or studied to further their agenda.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ÜberSG-1Fan
    Well we know that Hammond said he was going to have it destroyed, but we don't know whether or not someone talked him out of it or...and this is my personal take...Hammond probably did order its destruction, but higher ups or those connected to the NID made sure that even though he thought it was destroyed, in truth it was preserved to be used or studied to further their agenda.
    Heck, we don't even know if they can destroy it without huge metaphysical consequences. I'd sure want to know if destroying it was going to rip a hole in the space-time continuum before I did anything.
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    Default Re: There But For the Grace of God (119)

    Quote Originally Posted by Beatrice Otter
    Heck, we don't even know if they can destroy it without huge metaphysical consequences. I'd sure want to know if destroying it was going to rip a hole in the space-time continuum before I did anything.
    That would be an interesting plot as well! All the different realities could begin to overlap. Perhaps the person who was nearest to it when it was destroyed would be thrown from reality to reality with no idea how to get "home". There was an episode of Star Trek like this, which was really cool, especially at the end with "Captain Riker".
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    Jackson's line at the end of the episode made me jump off my couch and start cheering. It was so great. Had to finish the season after that. I'm really tempted to start watching season 2, but I really need to get studying for my last final... and then I gotta worry about buying the rest of the show. It's all so great.

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    Earth Symbol Re: There But For the Grace of God (119)

    Finals first, show second. I know how you feel. I'm a student, too.
    Yes, I really do look like (a younger) Daniel. Don't believe me? Look for yourself.

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