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  • This isn't my favorite episode by a long shot

    • by Orrymain

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      Season three of Stargate SG-1 gives us what feels like the annual alternate universe/reality story when the quantum mirror from episode one’s There But For the Grace of God episode is activated by another reality. Thus we get two Sam Carters in Stargate SG-1: Point of View. It leads to some comedic fun, but truly, one Sam is enough.

      This isn’t my

      favorite episode by a long shot. Alternate universe shows mean one thing — Jack and Sam, together somehow. Sure enough, in the other reality, Jack and Sam are married, only Jack’s already dead. Fortunately, our Jack feels a little weird about the whole thing, but it’s just too much soap opera. It doesn’t matter what couple you like ...

      • or don’t like, romance just never belonged on Stargate. It truly ruined the series over the long haul, which is depressingly sad.

        It is fun to see Don S. Davis as Hammond get a bit more action outside of his normal briefing-type scenes, and I do love Daniel trying to work the device that controls the mirror. Those scenes are very


        There are also some enjoyable Jack and Daniel moments with some fun quips. Actually, in this episode, Richard Dean Anderson has one good line after another. The show is rife with them, and he always pulls that off so darn well.

        So, Stargate SG-1: Point of View has moments, but the romance thing just kills it for me and explains the low score.

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