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  • The issue at hand was Daniel's wife, Sha're, who had been taken host by the Goa'uld and forced to be Apophis' mate

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      What do you do when you feel like your character is being held back? For Michael Shanks on Stargate SG-1, the answer was ask the producers to change the direction. The issue at hand was Daniel’s wife, Sha’re, who had been taken host by the Goa’uld and forced to be Apophis’ mate. Daniel’s reason for being up to this point in season 3 was to find her and bring her back. Apparently, the actor felt

      like something needed to happen, either get Sha’re back and move forward, or get rid of her. Considering that his girlfriend and mother of his child played the recurring character of Sha’re, that might have been a daring thing to do. I honestly have no idea if that was part of the reason for their breakup, but it wasn’t long after this that the couple in real life did go their separate ways.

      So, in Stargate SG-1: Forever ...


      • in a Day, Sha’re reaches her end. The story is very touching and done in an unexpected manner, with dream-like sequences. What’s real and what’s not has long been the topic of conversation amongst fans. There were some great scenes with Daniel and his SGC family in the dream-like sequences, as Daniel moved forward from Sha’re’s death, or was she dead? For a while, no one knew the answer, until the we reached the ending
        of the show, and Daniel was given a new purpose and reason for staying in the Stargate program.

        There’s some really fine acting in Stargate SG-1: Forever in a Day, and it’s a dang emotional show. It’s hard not to feel Daniel’s pain, and the way Sha’re dies, just adds to the drama. Even though it’s not a personal favorite of mine, this episode is one of their best, and there’s no doubt it was pivotal for Daniel’s character.




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