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  • There are actually elements of this season six episode that I like, notably John Novak as Colonel William Ronson, the commander of the Prometheus
  • Unfortunately, the Prometheus encounters some problems and their act to save themselves is taken as an attack on the nearby planet

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      The Prometheus finally goes on her shakedown cruise in Stargate SG-1: Memento. There are actually elements of this season six episode that I like, notably John Novak as Colonel William Ronson, the commander of the Prometheus. He and Jack clash in the opening scenes, and it’s pretty good stuff.

      Unfortunately, the Prometheus


      encounters some problems and their act to save themselves is taken as an attack on the nearby planet. The ship is forced to land and negotiate with the inhabitants, led by Chairman Ashwan, played by Robert Foxworth. I actually like the big meeting between the two sides, and watching Foxworth ...

      • and Richard Dean Anderson play off of each other. Again, that’s one of the good things of the show.

        Anderson is a very good actor, and he tends to underrate himself, which is too bad. When he’s given good actors to work with, he really shines. This is one of the

        reasons season six is so sad. He and Michael Shanks have a great rapport, an understanding of timing, and just a super chemistry. There’s no one else on the team who gives Anderson that greatness to work with.

        The show develops nicely, and it’s a decent watch. Ronson makes for a great character, too.




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