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  • I love watching the character of Jack doing his covert thing, becoming aware of a potential traitor in their mist

    • by Orrymain
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      Stargate SG-1: The Tok’ra Part 2 concludes the story where the Tau’ri are introduced to new allies, the Tok’ra.

      The most dramatic moment comes when Sam’s dying father actually becomes a Tok’ra, allowing a symbiote to join with him. We first met Jacob in the Secrets episode and that’s when we learned he had cancer. It’s intriguing to see the


      old Tok’ra host share her knowledge and feelings about what it’s like to be host and then to finally pass on her symbiote to the new host. Jacob’s reaction is natural. He actually has some really good lines in his scenes.

      I love watching the character of Jack doing his covert thing, becoming aware of a potential traitor in their ...


      • mist. He’s one sharp cookie, even if he does like to play dumb. He’s not really sure about the Tok’ra, and his uncertainty continues all throughout the series. It actually makes for some really neat interactions, especially between Jack and Jacob. In ways, this show is the beginning of a friendly rivalry for top dog status.

        Michael Shanks

        as Daniel is always great to watch, but he still looks sick to me. It’s the little things, I guess, but in all the years since I’ve first seen Stargate SG-1: The Tok’ra Part 2, my mind always ends up going there.

        Stargate SG-1: The Tok’ra Part 2 has some good stuff within its hour of storytelling and is worth the watch.




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