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  • Daniel and Sam in the gate room, going on a tour is probably the best segment, especially during the debate on what the room was called

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      In the fourth season of Stargate SG-1, an unusual show was done where time advanced forward to 2010. The Stargate was now public knowledge and disease was a thing of the past. The reason for this change was an alliance with a race called the Aschen. The world was full of

      new technological wonders, and the Stargate was now a museum piece.

      With Daniel wearing Armani and weird glasses, Sam married to a diplomat named Joe, Teal’c living on Chulak, and Jack playing hermit at his Minnesota cabin, 2010 is not all it’s cracked up to be.

      Personally, the whole show is just depressing. That’s why I don’t like it. None of the team is happy. They’re all plain miserable.

      Sam wants a baby and wonders why she’s not pregnant. Janet is stewing because without disease, she’s out of a job. Hammond is dead. Daniel is depressed because Jack hasn’t come to this celebration, which is ...


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      what brought the group back together again in the first place. It’s just depressing.

      Even the big resolution of the story is depressing. The only undepressing part of the show is the very last scene.

      While there is the occasional good bit, it’s just not enough. Daniel and Sam in the gate room,

      going on a tour is probably the best segment, especially during the debate on what the room was called.

      This is also the show where Sergeant Davis (later changed to Harriman) got his first name of Walter (it was once Norman). Richard Dean Anderson ad libbed the name in one scene in 2010, and it stuck.




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