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  • They agree to help the people who claim to own it get the ship up and running again
  • If you can ignore Jonas like I prefer to do, Stargate SG-1
  • I like seeing Jack do his thing and being smart in the process

    • by Orrymain
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      Stargate SG-1: Forsaken introduces the Hebridan race to the Tau’ri, though at first it’s believed they are the enemy.

      SG-1 finds a spacecraft stranded on a planet. They agree to help the people who claim to own it get the ship up and running again. Essentially, the team pairs off with the survivors. Sam


      works with one on the vessel, Jonas bonds with the female, and Jack and Teal’c end up chasing the supposed bad guys.

      Jack gets suspicious when the alien doesn’t act like he thinks he should. Eventually, he gets to the truth.

      Dion Johnstone, the actor who plays the Unas named Chaka so well, does a great job ...


      • here as the Hebridan named Warrick. He reprises the role later on, too. Johnstone was a regular actor on SG-1 in all kinds of roles; he’s really underrated, in my opinion, because he does some great acting with all kinds of characters.

        If you can ignore Jonas like I prefer to do, Stargate SG-1: Forsaken

        not a bad episode. I like seeing Jack do his thing and being smart in the process. That’s really the draw for me.

        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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