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  • However, the final portion gives us another member of the team -- Draga, which is what the Ancient creature from the first episode has evolved into

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      From 2002, Stargate: Infinity: Double Duty is the second of the animated cartoon series. It begins with Major Bonner’s team realizing that their GDO codes no longer work. This means they can’t return to Stargate Command.

      Their more important worry are the aliens on the planet they are currently on. Bonner


      had been there before and as it turns out, the creatures had started to get sick right after he left.

      The first third of the half hour is this show’s best. I was curious and interested to see what happened; then it lost me in some boring alien bad guy stuff. Everything ...


      • about this show is much more futuristic than the live action version. Bonner’s team, for example, have all come through in different supped up vehicles. One has a fancy motorcycle vehicle, and Harrison (the shaggy haired cute one) has a device which allows him to fly everywhere, which he does.

        However, the

        final portion gives us another member of the team — Draga, which is what the Ancient creature from the first episode has evolved into. She’s able to heal the inhabitants. That was pretty neat. She actually becomes my favorite character.

        So, there were some slow moments throughout this show, but it continues the story pretty well.




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