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  • In fact, I think this is the first show that featured both of these recurring characters

    • by Orrymain

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      Stargate SG-1: Allegiance is one of the more tolerable season six entries of this show. The premise is the somewhat tentative alliance between the Jaffa and Tok’ra, all of whom are given refuge on a planet at the same time. It’s up to Jack to keep things peaceful, which proves difficult when an invisible killer makes itself known.

      The entertaining part of the

      show is watching Jack try to handle the explosive situation. He’s not all that fond of either side, so it’s a little intriguing to see how he maneuvers things. He does have help from Bra’tac and Jacob. In fact, I think this is the first show that featured both of these recurring characters.

      Both Tony Armendola (Bra’tac) and Carmen Argenziano (Jacob) have ...

      • done fabulous jobs in their portrayal of these two recurring characters for years. Argenziano in particular has done a lot of things in the past, and I frequently see him when going up and down the channels with my remote control.

        So, it was a bit of fun to have the two characters finally appear on the same show. Both have great sparring-in-fun

        relationships with Jack that provides humor and warmth. I’m not really all that fond of each individual character, but they have added to the series. Bra’tac is probably my favorite of the two.

        As I’ve said on each of my season six reviews, watch it at your own risk. Aside from three episodes and a couple of wildcards, it’s really not much fun.

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