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  • However, the ultimate save of SG-1 becomes a tad predictable

    • by Orrymain
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      Stargate SG-1: The Scourge is one of the better and more intriguing shows in the ninth season of SG-1. In it, SG-1 is ordered to escort members of the IOA Committee off-world where things naturally go wrong. The fun starts in

      the gate room when Daniel and the female representative from China speak in Mandarin about Mitchell, who surprises both of them by responding to their comments.

      Daniel and the Chinese woman have some good chemistry. She and the Daria character from Full Alert are the two best female leads for him on the series, aside from Sam, of course. Their discussion about the ownership of the Stargate and ‘what if’ is awesome.

      At one point, Sam and Woolsey get to face off, and that’s a bit ...


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      of fun. In the end, Woolsey ends up defending her. His character is really hard to define; he’s good one second and a creep the next. That flip-flopping is very visible in this episode.

      I actually enjoy the little bugs that are

      causing the problems and the situation is dealt with by Daniel, Teal’c, and Mitchell. However, the ultimate save of SG-1 becomes a tad predictable. It’s one of those ‘just in the nick of time’ things.

      Still, it’s a good show for season nine.




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