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  • Unfortunately, it's created a chaotic situation, forcing President Landry to invoke Marshal Law

    • by Orrymain

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      This episode of Stargate SG-1 called The Road Not Taken is Sam-intensive as it takes her to an alternate reality. This is the final episode without Michael Shanks. Ben Browder is a minor player here as Mitchell, as is Claudia Black as Vala. David Hewlett guest stars as Rodney McKay, Sam’s ex-husband in the alternate reality (now that was a nice

      switch up from what we normally get in AR/AU stories). Don S. Davis returned as General Hammond in this one, too, and that is always a joy.

      Sam gets to dress up in this alternate reality because the Stargate is public. Unfortunately, it’s created a chaotic situation, forcing President Landry to invoke Marshal Law. Sam helps them for a while, but then ...

      • learns that they have no intention of allowing her to get back to her own reality. That changes in the long run, of course.

        It is a bit fun to watch Sam learn about all the differences of the realities. My favorite part, though, was just watching Don S. Davis. He’s so missed.

        Stargate SG-1: The Road Not Taken is an okay show.

        It’s calming to watch, has some humor and drama, and Sam actually asks about the missing Daniel when she gets back. The first scene with her and Mitchell right before the accident happens is a hoot and shows the chemistry between those two. On the flip side, the reunions at the end are a bit over the top, especially the little hug with Vala.

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