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  • Rules of Engagement is a third-season episode of the successful series, and it's one I enjoy watching
  • I love the light humor that is in this episode

    • by Orrymain
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      Stargate SG-1: Rules of Engagement is a third-season episode of the successful series, and it’s one I enjoy watching. The team stumbles upon a training base setup by Apophis, whom they believe is dead. The purpose of the base is to help aliens act more like the Tau’ri so that they could

      infiltrate Earth and take it over. The opening scenes where they are accessing their surroundings are among my favorite moments.

      I love the light humor that is in this episode. When one of the trainees calls Daniel ‘four eyes’, the reaction is priceless, not only by Michael Shanks as Daniel, but by Richard ...


      • Dean Anderson as Jack.

        Then there’s a moment when Teal’c (Christopher Judge) essentially takes over, having realized what was happening at the base. Jack is always funny when someone else takes his power. It makes for fun quips and expressions that are equally humorous. It’s really some of these scenes with Teal’c

        and Jack that are the most fun here.

        Stargate SG-1: Rules of Engagement isn’t their best, but it’s a good outing and something a little different from the usual fare of fighting the Goa’uld. The recruits are a hoot, so devoted to Apophis and so eager to please Teal’c. It makes for fun viewing.




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