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  • Actually, this wasn't originally how it was supposed to be, but it's how it ended up being as the schedule changed

    • by Orrymain

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      Stargate SG-1: Prodigy is somewhat of a let down, mainly because Michael Shanks isn’t in it at all. He was given the week off to concentrate on the upcoming episode that he was directing. Actually, this wasn’t originally how it was supposed to be, but it’s how it ended up

      being as the schedule changed.

      Jack and Teal’c go off to watch over a moon that scientists are all gaga about. It’s hardly their idea of fun, but that’s their assignment. One of the scientists is Dr. Lee, played by Bill Dow. This is his first appearance on the show,

      • but he returns later and his part grows with time.

        Meanwhile, Sam is lecturing at the Academy and has a run-in with a mini-her, only with attitude. The cadet is a genius, and one thing leads to another, and Sam and the cadet head through the Stargate.

        This is another one of those

        fun goofs, too, because they head through the Stargate one way and then they come out in the wrong positions. Oops — bad continuity error.

        The show isn’t really that bad, but Daniel is Stargate and without him, it’s just a bit on the yawn side.

        Give me Daniel, or I’ll put on a DVD!

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