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  • I don't like the Ori, don't care about Adria, don't like Ba'al, and am just extremely frustrated by Daniel not being Daniel, not to mention all the times he's been put at death's door and how Mitchell seems to care more than Sam does these days

    • by Orrymain
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      Dominion is the second to the last episode of Stargate SG-1 and frankly, it bored me stiff. I don’t like the Ori, don’t care about Adria, don’t like Ba’al, and am just extremely frustrated by Daniel not being Daniel, not to mention all the times he’s been put at

      death’s door and how Mitchell seems to care more than Sam does these days.

      I truly did yawn during Stargate SG-1: Dominion. It did nothing for me. The episode was actually the setup for the straight-to-DVD movie called The Ark of Truth which wrapped up the Ori storyline.


      • This stuff had to be done, but I didn’t care.

        Basically, the team is trying to capture Adria, using a plan Vala thought of. She uses the memory device to implant events that never really happened, things that supposedly caused her to split from the SGC. Adria is skeptical

        as the plan proceeds, and then problems pop up. I’m yawning just thinking about it.

        Adria ascends in the end of this one, for those who do care. The big to-do here was everyone’s concern for whether or not Vala could actually go through with killing her.

        Stargate SG-1: Dominion is, well, boring.




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