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  • If I were to take issue with anything, it would be Sam sort of taking over in the solution department

    • by Orrymain
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      Stargate SG-1: One False Step is one of my very favorite episodes of the series, mainly because there is such wonderful interplay between the characters of Jack (Richard Dean Anderson) and Daniel (Michael Shanks). These two performers have such awesome comedic timing. They can speak in unison, complete each other’s lines, and just stare at the other like no one else can. It’s looks and vocal tones, and just their sense of understanding how the other

      works that makes Anderson and Shanks such a good team together. As I said, they excel in this episode.

      In Stargate SG-1: One False Step, SG-1 goes off-world and come in contact with some aliens who suddenly become sick. The team has no clue why, but all have a theory, which actually makes for a funny scene in itself.

      There are so many humorous bits in this show. Daniel has a great line about talking to dogs, and ...


      • he is seen trying to communicate with the aliens in what is just a hysterical bit.

        Then Jack and Daniel start fighting, verbally. These scenes are the best. The timing is awesome, the delivery perfect — it’s just all wonderful viewing.

        I really don’t want to spoil the show for someone who hasn’t seen it, so I hesitate to say too much about it. It is a lighter show, even with the drama about the sick aliens.

        If you’re a fan of the Jack and Daniel friendship, then this is must-viewing. All of the team have their moments, though.

        If I were to take issue with anything, it would be Sam sort of taking over in the solution department. It was Daniel who had figured it out, and Sam somewhat butts in before he’s done explaining. That’s a minor point, and it certainly isn’t going to make me rate this show as anything but a 10.




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