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  • Also, the back and forth banter between the two scientist was also rather funny
  • What I didn't like, however, was the final scene which was not in character for Daniel at all

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      Stargate Atlantis: The Lost Tribe is the conclusion of the First Contact two-parter that guest starred Stargate SG-1’s Michael Shanks as Dr. Daniel Jackson. Daniel and Rodney McKay (David Hewlett) are being forced to finish a device that might kill off the wraith, who are the villains, or have been on and off,

      of the Atlantis personnel.

      There is some fun here. The new race that has captured Daniel and Rodney isn’t so new after all. While I’m not necessarily thrilled by the revelation, at the same time, it was intriguing, and the scene between Daniel and this unexpected villain is really top drawer.

      Also, the back ...


      • and forth banter between the two scientist was also rather funny. They almost took turns being the straight man for the other.

        What I didn’t like, however, was the final scene which was not in character for Daniel at all. It was an infirmary scene between Daniel and Rodney, and while some of

        it was quite enjoyable, a lot of the conversation wasn’t appropriate or true for Daniel’s character. It was unsettling for many, in fact.

        Overall, this episode was good, but it did have those character problems and as I said, I’m not as convinced about the familiar, not so new, race that causes the problems here.




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