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  • One of my favorite moments is when Jack is questioned privately about who he is
  • However, there is nothing like seeing SG-1 in hippie, with it 1969 attire

    • by Orrymain
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      1969 was indeed a very good year, at least for the team members of SG-1 when they end up walking through the Stargate and finding themselves not in their own time anymore.

      Stargate SG-1: 1969 is really a super fun episode that I adore watching. The team’s reaction to their dilemma is a hoot, and listening to them trying to


      figure out what to do is great.

      One of my favorite moments is when Jack is questioned privately about who he is. He says his name is James T. Kirk. Now the odd thing about this is that in 1969, Star Trek was on the air, so it seemed odd to me that Jack would use ...


      • that moniker, even facetiously, and that the interrogator didn’t react to it. It’s a great scene, though, and played so dryly by Richard Dean Anderson. That man can play deadpan and sarcastic wit like no one else.

        However, there is nothing like seeing SG-1 in hippie, with it 1969 attire. If for no other reason, tune into

        this show to see them in their colorful get-ups.

        This is another show I just truly don’t want to spoil for anyone. It’s fun, but it also has a lot of twists in it. Some questions have never been answered from this episode.

        Stargate SG-1: 1969 is another of the must-see shows from the vintage year of this super series.




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