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post Apr 5th 2005, 9:51 PM
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biggrin.gif great episode, and i loved the special effects, and the story was wounderful! biggrin.gif
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post Apr 12th 2005, 10:55 AM
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Just watched this episode again, and once more was proved just how irritating Laira is. I have never seen such a whiny, needy and grasping woman. So glad that Jack didn't stay or return. Jack only had sex with her because she pushed, and he didn't want to be alone. Notice he left as soon as the team came through. He was so glad to see Teal'c.
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post Apr 24th 2005, 9:15 PM
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I loved and hated this episode!
I hated it because of Laira. What is Jack doing liking some random women when Sam is right there??
I loved it because it really showed how Sam feels about Jack.

Do you think Janet realised this? She look at Sam as if she realised it and felt sorry for Sam because Jack wasn't there...
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post May 30th 2005, 7:26 PM
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My biggest problem with this episode is that even when they discuss contacting their interstellar traveling friends nobody mentions the Asguard. Since Jack is such an important person in the Asguard evolution research you think they would have been happy to send a ship to pick up Jack and it probably would have only taken a few moments to get him.
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post May 30th 2005, 11:46 PM
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QUOTE(CluckChicken @ May 30th 2005, 7:26 PM)
My biggest problem with this episode is that even when they discuss contacting their interstellar traveling friends nobody mentions the Asguard.  Since Jack is such an important person in the Asguard evolution research you think they would have been happy to send a ship to pick up Jack and it probably would have only taken a few moments to get him.
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Thor said in Fragile Balance that Jack wasn't the key to solving their cloning problems, they probably would have determined this right after The Fifth Race, and even so, if they were busy in a bind and such and couldn't get to him they could have concluded that he would be pretty safe there anyway.
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post Sep 1st 2005, 12:57 PM
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I loved Teal'c in this episode he was willing to go before they even asked the question. I can't imagine having a friend like that in real life i don't think one like that would exist.
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post Sep 18th 2005, 2:55 PM
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I can't understand the dislike for Laira. I thought that if he stayed, they would be a good couple. She seemed to me a very loving and caring woman who allowed Jack time to decide on a physical relationship.
Gotta love Teal'c in this episode. The affection and loyalty he feels for Jack is quite apparent. "Teal'c, you stubborn son of a bitch". Just loved that line.
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post Jan 2nd 2006, 8:59 PM
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QUOTE(starryeyes @ Sep 18th 2005, 2:55 PM) *

I can't understand the dislike for Laira. I thought that if he stayed, they would be a good couple. She seemed to me a very loving and caring woman who allowed Jack time to decide on a physical relationship.
Gotta love Teal'c in this episode. The affection and loyalty he feels for Jack is quite apparent. "Teal'c, you stubborn son of a bitch". Just loved that line.


Laira didn't allow Jack to make the decision. She wore him down. She fed on his knowing he couldn't return. She waited until Jack was drunk and then had sex with him. Laira only wanted another Jack. She didn't truly care for Jack. She was graspy, needy and a total waste.
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post Feb 20th 2006, 8:19 AM
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Out of all the episodes so far this season...I think this one had the best story line. This one should have been a two parter with the amount of stuff that went on. The special effects were great and so was the acting. RDA's bit at the end when he sees Teal'c is just amazing. It's funny, just how many times SG-1 is saved by mere chance. Nothing that they did to affect the outcome, just something happens and then someone gets saved. What if Lara hadn't heard the radio, or anyone for that matter. Teal'c would have died down there. Anyways, overall this episode was truly amazing and one of the better ones I've seen so far.
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post Feb 8th 2007, 10:03 PM
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Wow been so long since ive seen this episode. I thought it was a overall good episode up in my top ten for sure. The best part was deffinatle when Jack saw tilq (sorry cant spell today) I kinda felt bad for the girl at the end of the episode even though alot of people on here are right she was a lil whiny. But over al realy good episode
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post Feb 9th 2007, 2:33 AM
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I only liked this episode cause I'd like to retire on a nice planet like that, work, sleep, fish, be fun.

Janet and Sam's convo, it seemed to me when Sam yapping on about making their big gun thing, Janet seemed all jealous that Sam was so worried about Jack, sometimes I wish this wasnt on cable, yay for fanfics biggrin.gif
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post May 29th 2011, 1:42 PM
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unrealistic plot:

a) after the particle beam is done and the first cavern is made, the next thing to do is send a large drill robot, or even better, C4 the hole a few times while opening the gate to clean up the falling dirt. After a few runs, the gate will open a cone to the surface. Pretty easy to do! if you are scared of using C4 in case there would be people around then you could start with small charges then increases, as the people outside understand that you are poping the crust over the gate, that is if you haven't told them already with the radio. Everything would have been done in a few hours after the particle beam generator was finished. (and yeah, that could have loan by the tolan or else...)

b) assuming Tealk had ot drill there, why not deliver plenty of oxygen tanks and food, pillow and ipod... There was absolutely no reason to give him just 4 hours...

c) crossing the event horizon from the outer side of a wormhole does nothing. We see this plenty of times in many other episodes, in fact the episode just after, where jack crosses completely the horizon then hold the wormhole opened opened with his arm. That is quite a mistake from writers. Therefore, no reason to suspend anything over the gate. One more reason to send a big drill that pushes way harder than a human.

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post May 30th 2011, 4:23 PM
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QUOTE(opentheiris @ May 29th 2011, 7:42 PM) *
c) crossing the event horizon from the outer side of a wormhole does nothing. We see this plenty of times in many other episodes, in fact the episode just after, where jack crosses completely the horizon then hold the wormhole opened opened with his arm. That is quite a mistake from writers. Therefore, no reason to suspend anything over the gate. One more reason to send a big drill that pushes way harder than a human.

In 'Shades of Grey', O'Neill never takes his arm out of the wormhole. If he had, he woul dhave lost his arm. This episode showed that anything going back into an open wormhole is destroyed i.e. the MALP falling back in when it is sent through after the Stargate has been buried by the meteor strike.
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