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  • Though he's seen less with it in later years, Daniel always had coffee with him in the vintage years of the show, which is why his reaction is so funny

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      Stargate SG-1: Endgame has some fun moments in it for me and makes for a nice season eight episode of this long-running TV series. Among my favorite scenes:

      –the opening, where the two technicians working the graveyard shift talk; it’s just so normal and weird at the same time; their reaction to the Stargate disappearing is priceless.

      –the next scene is hysterical! It’s not so much the interview of the technicians, which Daniel conducts, but it’s the bit at the end. One of the technicians is breathing


      a sigh of relief that they aren’t in trouble and casually says something about getting a cup of coffee. Daniel erupts at the thought of them drinking coffee on the job. It’s just a hoot and a holler. Though he’s seen less with it in later years, Daniel always had coffee with him in the vintage years of the show, which is why his reaction is so funny.

      –Right after that, Jack and Daniel have an exchange about the Stargate that is absolutely the best, but ...


      • I won’t spoil that here. It’s just so funny the way they look at each other. Lots of fun.

        –Daniel and Sam get to make another trip together. They have such a neat chemistry that it’s always fun to watch them when they get to share scenes, just the two of them.

        –Later, Daniel goes on a rescue mission to save Sam, and it’s funny to see Jack so concerned. Jack utters a ridiculous line that only he could get away with. These two are

        the best; they just work so well together.

        –Finally, the last couple of scenes, first with Jack using restraint against the commander of the Prometheus’ ongoing recommendation for action, and then when the team returns and Daniel makes a comment about perhaps choosing another way might have been better; Jack just stares at him, and the team, and makes his comeback. It’s a subtle, poignant moment. SG-1 doesn’t know how close they came to that other choice having happened, but Jack believed in them, and he waited. It’s awesome!




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