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  • Aside from three episodes and a couple of wildcards, it's really not much fun

    • by Orrymain
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      In Stargate SG-1: Cure, we get more history of the Tok’ra. In fact, we meet their queen, who has been used as a laboratory rat of sorts for ages by the Pangorans, who claim ignorance once the discovery was made.

      It becomes a bit of an ethical debate. The Tok’ra


      are understandably angry and more out for blood than normal, while the Pangorans try to preserve their way of life. It all makes for another bittersweet ending.

      There isn’t much that’s really special or that stands out in this episode. Jonas, the smiling Daniel wannabe, makes a connection with ...


      • one of the inhabitants, for whatever that’s worth.

        Jack gets to have some quippy lines that are okay, but even those are limited in this somewhat ho-hum episode.

        This is the episode that gives us Tretonin, which is a drug that is about to become very important to Teal’c and all of

        the Jaffa. It hasn’t been refined yet, but once it does, it will give them options they haven’t had before.

        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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