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  • Sam also imagines her father, and in doing so, she finally realizes, at least for the next year, that she's been grasping for something that's a convenient excuse not to live her life

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      Stargate SG-1: Grace could have been the show that changed Sam Carter for the better, bringing her out of her school girl crush days and returning her to the strength and glory she had in the vintage years. Instead, it’s just a show that was pivotal for a time, but in the final

      wash, means nothing.

      Sam is stranded aboard the Prometheus and has to survive on her own. She conjures up her teammates in her mind to survive. Yes, for those who watch Stargate Atlantis, that’s exactly where the Grace Under Pressure show comes from — this episode of SG-1.

      The three teammates are pretty funny ...


      • in their interactions, especially at the end. It was a nice concept and nicely done. Sam also imagines her father, and in doing so, she finally realizes, at least for the next year, that she’s been grasping for something that’s a convenient excuse not to live her life. It’s a good moment
        that the producers decided to ignore in season 8.

        Sam so much needed to regain her strength, and she started to do it here. Especially after the crap in Evolution, she needed to get her life together.

        Oh well — it would have been a great show of change and progress. Alas, it’s just a filler.




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