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  • The best moment of the show is when they show the Stargate being removed from the SGC

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      Stargate SG-1: Redemption Part 2 continues what began the week before, with Jonas Quinn joining SG-1, Teal’c trying to bond with his angry son after the death of Drey’auc, and the attack from Anubis looming over the SGC.

      The best moment of the show is when they show the Stargate being


      removed from the SGC. It’s the technology involved, and it’s something they’d never shown before.

      David Hewlett’s Rodney McKay returned from Russia in Stargate SG-1: Redemption Part 2 to help out with the crisis. He’s hooked on Sam completely, and she can’t stand him. It makes for some ...


      • decent play.

        Jack gets to fly the X-302, the latest version of the combination Goa’uld and American technology. As always, it doesn’t really go as planned, but his conversations with the engineers at Area 51 are probably the best thing about the show. He has a couple of good

        quips to get us through.

        Stargate SG-1: Redemption Part 2 is slightly better than its first part, but I really just want to put on a DVD from the vintage years.

        Watch season six episodes at your own risk. Save for three, and maybe a couple of wildcards, it’s just not worth it.




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