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  • Anna-Louise Plowman returns as Osiris, and she's always interesting to watch
  • I don't like her character, but she seems like a fun lady from what I've seen in interviews and such

    • by Orrymain

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      Stargate SG-1: Revelations is a show I just can’t stomach much. It’s the last episode of season five and the first without Daniel Jackson, unless you count the mystical look at the end in an unspoken ‘oh, Daniel’s here’ type of moment.

      Basically, in Stargate SG-1: Revelations, SG-1 learns that the Asgard’s future is tentative

      at best, that their reproductive capabilities are practically nil, and that they are all living in cloned bodies. They are a dying race, to be precise.

      One of the Asgard has a lab with all of their research. The lab is on a planet that falls under the Protected Planet Treaty, but it’s being ...

      • threatened by the Goa’uld nevertheless. SG-1 needs to find the lab and remove the research.

        It’s hard to be enthusiastic about any episode without Michael Shanks as Daniel. All I can really say about Stargate SG-1: Revelations is that the Asgard are always a pleasure to watch, and Richard Dean Anderson as Jack clearly

        enjoys working with the Asgard puppets. He and Thor, especially, have a bond that makes for good viewing.

        Stargate SG-1: Revelations is an okay episode. Anna-Louise Plowman returns as Osiris, and she’s always interesting to watch. I don’t like her character, but she seems like a fun lady from what I’ve seen in interviews and such.

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