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  • Richard Dean Anderson gets the chance to do this again in a later episode, but when Jack faces off with Synthetic Jack, it's just too funny
  • Turns out Harlan is a synthetic, too, and he's a bit perplexed why his 'new' SG-1 team isn't happy to discover they are synthetics themselves

    • by Orrymain
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      I really enjoy this season one entry. Stargate SG-1: Tin Man is a bit of fun for me. Our team is cloned, well, actually, they become synthetic copies of themselves, and the process of them finding that out and dealing with their emotions is just awesome.

      Richard Dean Anderson gets the


      chance to do this again in a later episode, but when Jack faces off with Synthetic Jack, it’s just too funny. He knows himself so well, and it’s fun to watch the banter there.

      Synthetic Daniel is a hoot, as always. He ends up lost in thoughts of how awesome it ...


      • is to potentially live forever. It’s the explorer in him, and it just shines through.

        The character responsible for the ‘clones’ is named Harlan, played by Jay Brazeau. He gives off that harmless aura; very innocent, but he’s a humorous character. Turns out Harlan is a synthetic, too, and he’s

        a bit perplexed why his ‘new’ SG-1 team isn’t happy to discover they are synthetics themselves.

        The ending is poignant. For the emotional, it can be very bittersweet. The ‘new’ SG-1 knows they can never do what the ‘real’ SG-1 does, and they have to live with that.

        Or do they?

        Stay tuned!




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