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  • One of the things I love about this episode is that we get to see Daniel doing the work he loves -- being an archaeologist in the throes of an exciting discovery

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      Stargate SG-1: Learning Curve once again put Richard Dean Anderson’s Jack O’Neill in a bonding situation with a young child, this time an alien girl named Merrin. The saving grace is that Teal’c, too, gets to have a connection with one of the alien children, so at least it’s not just the usual Jack-child bonding situation.

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      the things I love about this episode is that we get to see Daniel doing the work he loves — being an archaeologist in the throes of an exciting discovery. It’s so much fun to watch.

      I also love the ethical situation being discussed. Does Earth have a right to judge alien worlds who have a different ...


      • standard for their children? In the first part of the story, we’re led one way, only to get a surprising realization for the second half. While the ending is a nice resolution, at the same time, one must wonder if that’s an egotistical ending, just to make things acceptable for the Tau’ri.

        We do get to have

        some nice face-offs in this hour between Jack and General Hammond as they somewhat take different sides. In fact, Jack gets a little snippity. This is one of those shows where we see Jack’s official Air Force jacket get a bit thicker.

        Stargate SG-1: Learning Curve is a very nice episode. It gives one pause while also entertaining.




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