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  • The result is that Jack and Maybourne are stranded on a planet, and the problem is that no one knows where they are

    • by Orrymain
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      Stargate SG-1: Paradise Lost is one of the wildcards I mention in my standard season six reviews. It’s pretty darn good, but the reason for that is that a good part of the action is off-world, and it’s just Jack and Harry Maybourne.

      Maybourne is tired of running. He’s really never been a true villain; at least, not as evil as some. He just


      wants a nice play to settle down without looking over his shoulder. Of course, that’s not what he tells Jack. Instead, he comes up with this elaborate scheme, which ends up backfiring. The result is that Jack and Maybourne are stranded on a planet, and the problem is that no one knows where they are.

      The interplay between these two men is so much ...


      • fun to watch. They are so wary of each other and yet they only have the other to rely on. There’s a sick scene with fish that is just so bad, and then there’s the paranoia scenes that are so good.

        Sam has a near breakdown and is comforted by Teal’c. She still isn’t over Daniel’s loss, so having Jack missing has her all

        emotional. She even yells at Doctor Lee.

        As I said, Stargate SG-1: Paradise Lost is one of the good shows of season six, so I do actually watch it when it pops up on TV.

        As always, watch season six episodes of SG-1 at your own risk. For the most part, they bore me, with the exception of three really good ones and a couple of wildcards.




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