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  • What I really don't like about this episode is the final denouement for Apophis, who continues to be the best ever Goa'uld on the series in my mind
  • I think they made a mistake for taking the action they did with him in this episode

    • by Orrymain
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      Season 5 of Stargate SG-1 blasts its way onto the screen in a show called Enemies. It’s a good show well worth the hour watch.

      Stargate SG-1: Enemies picks up where Season 4’s cliffhanger, Exodus, ended. One of the early scenes is a poignant conversation between Jack and Daniel. Jack is feeling


      responsible for Teal’c’s situation (he actually believes he’s dead), and Daniel is trying to comfort him. It’s an awesome scene, that is followed up with something that is just 100% pure Jack and Daniel. It’s a bit of silly play, something only those two would do. It’s quick, but oh so ...

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        What I really don’t like about this episode is the final denouement for Apophis, who continues to be the best ever Goa’uld on the series in my mind. I think they made a mistake for taking the action they did with him in this episode.

        Stargate SG-1: Enemies is a good entry into the

        new season. It’s the lead in to an intriguing episode centered around Teal’c, who has been essentially brainwashed into being the First Prime of Apophis again. While Apophis has been taken care of, Teal’c has to be tied and bound until SG-1 can return to Earth and try to reclaim their friend.




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