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Auntie Em!
post Jan 2nd 2006, 6:18 PM
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I have to agreewith that Dhae. That is how I saw it also. Jack for some reason does not believe he is good enough. Wheither it stems from his sons death with his gun or what I am not sure. He just does not feel he is worth it.
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post Jan 2nd 2006, 6:27 PM
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Daniel: You're a better man than that.
Jack: That's where you're wrong!


Jack never thought he was as good a man as Daniel believed him to be. He still carried the guilt for his son's accident and didn't believe himself worthy of ascension. He once told Daniel that he could occasionally forget (what happened to Charlie) but he would never forgive. Kinda have to have that forgiveness thing licked in order to ascend, I do believe.

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post Jul 21st 2006, 8:35 AM
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I just watched that episode again. It is really good. I agree with both theorys and that Jack may not consider himself worth of accention but it may also be because he honestly didnt think that it was a valuable soloution.

"if im taking the next plane of existance out of here" -- VERY CLEVER where do they come up with stuff like that.
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post Jul 21st 2006, 11:47 AM
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I bet that line came from RDA himself. All the good likes usually did! biggrin.gif
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post Oct 11th 2006, 5:29 PM
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Sure could use one of Ba'als gravity generator pit contraptions here. Might make for a great dog kennel--or just an interesting
place to hang out with friends. One could have a tv and dvd and lazy-boy all set up so, upon entry, flip the gravity switch,
reorientate, have a seat and enjoy the shows!

What say you?

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post Oct 11th 2006, 5:47 PM
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QUOTE(k8jef @ Oct 11th 2006, 6:29 PM) *

Sure could use one of Ba'als gravity generator pit contraptions here. Might make for a great dog kennel--or just an interesting
place to hang out with friends. One could have a tv and dvd and lazy-boy all set up so, upon entry, flip the gravity switch,
reorientate, have a seat and enjoy the shows!

What say you?

ciao

What was the point of that post?

Ya know I have always liked this episode... RDA did quite a good job in it, quite unlike his mediocre performance across the spectrum more recently.

Ba'al, is, of course, the best bad guy of all time... and I think, the only one that wins as often as he loses.
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post Mar 3rd 2007, 3:15 AM
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This is one of my favorites. RDA is just plain awesome in it. Cliff Simon plays the bad guy exceedingly well, doesn't he. I also liked that Jonas, Sam and Teal'c knew Jack well enough to know just why he let the symbiote, Kanan do what he did. I have always loved the scenes between Jack and Daniel in this one. Jack was tortured, who knows how many times, and he needed Daniel to be there to help him through.

I always said that TPTB seemed to forget about Jack being blended. They didn't let him remember certain things, and Teal'c and Sam never sensed the past presence of a symbiote. Yet, it was quite obvious from this episode that Jack did remember things. He just wasn't going to fall a victim to the torture. Yet, he did reach his bottom and might have given up the female if help, a diversion, hadn't come along.
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