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  • The best moment was probably Joe's reaction to Daniel's dying and return to life
  • Citizen Joe, however, is just that it was boring watching Joe's family
  • There were a couple of interesting moments, but the rest was dull

    • by Orrymain
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      Essentially, Stargate SG-1: Citizen Joe is the annual clips show. This time it revolves around a lot of non-SGC personnel. It opens with a barber named Joe Spencer showing up at Jack’s home and threatening him with a gun. It’s a funny bit on the surface. Joe accuses Jack of ruining his life.

      For the next 45 minutes or so (of the standard hour of viewing), we learn that Joe Spencer the barber has had an unexplained ability to know


      what was going on with SG-1 for the past 8 years. The best moment was probably Joe’s reaction to Daniel’s dying and return to life. He mimicked how most fans felt, and that made for a good watch.

      In the final quarter of Stargate SG-1: Citizen Joe, Jack takes Joe to the SGC, and Daniel unearths the mystery, and then we find out that Jack has been having images of Joe’s life, just like Joe has of Jack’s. My question is,


      • if that’s true, why didn’t Jack recognize Joe the moment he saw him? Major faux pas there. Also, I don’t buy Jack’s explanation for not mentioning it, which was he was certain he had, when he hadn’t. Knowing the dangers of off-world travel, there’s no way Jack wouldn’t have said something over the years. So, that’s another flaw in this show.

        The major problem with Stargate SG-1: Citizen Joe, however, is just that it was boring watching Joe’s family.

        The wife was horrid. There were a couple of interesting moments, but the rest was dull. The best scene of Joe’s life was the last one, when Joe actually gets to prove to the wife that he’s not crazy by introducing her to the real Jack. Jack looks very handsome there, too, which helps that scene immensely.

        Stargate SG-1: Citizen Joe has moments, and it is just the clips show, but Joe’s life needed more spark. The SGC scenes were pretty good, though.




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