Stargate SG-1 10 Seasons 2006

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Vala's speaks to Stargate Command through Daniel's body. The Ori had sent her through a black hole to their home galaxy, where she learned that they plan to invade the Milky Way through a supergate, with an unknown location in the Milky Way.

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44 minutes
Original air date:
March 3, 2006

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    1. Avalon: Part 1 With the departure of Gen. O'Neill, Stargate Command enters a new era. That said, the new commanding officer, Gen. Landry, and SG-1's new leader, Lt. Col. Mitchell, barely have time to settle in before the sudden return of the beautiful thief Vala.

    TV-NR 44min July 15, 2005
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    2. Avalon: Part 2 Upon finding Merlin's testing grounds, Dr. Jackson, Teal'c, Col. Mitchell and Vala uncover hidden treasure, including a book that tells the story of the Ancients coming to Earth from another galaxy, and a strange and ultimately dangerous alien device

    TV-NR 44min July 22, 2005
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    3. Origin An Ori priest saves Daniel and Vala from the fanatical Ori followers, but they're still trapped in "borrowed" bodies in a distant galaxy. The priest transports them to the Ori's holy realm, where Daniel uncovers the secrets of the mysterious gods.

    TV-NR 44min July 29, 2005
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    4. The Ties That Bind After an hour's separation from Daniel, Vala returns to SGC. Although the bracelets have been removed, their effects have not diminished. To break the link, Mitchell, Jackson, and Teal'c must deal with many people that Vala has used over the years.

    TV-NR 44min August 5, 2005
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    5. The Powers That Be Vala leads SG-1 to a planet where the Priors have visited, and plans to keep the natives from worshiping the Ori. The symbiote that once held her ruled over this planet; she thinks that keeping their allegiance to her will slow the spread of Origin.

    TV-NR 44min August 12, 2005
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    6. Beachhead A Ori Prior has established an ever-growing force-field on a Jaffa-controlled planet. A minor Goa'uld, but also the one who engineered the multiple gate connections required for the defeat of the Replicators, comes to the SGC to offer his help.

    44min August 19, 2005
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    7. Ex Deus Machina With Vala missing in action after the Kallana incident, Mitchell unites SG-1 under his command, and not a moment too soon. A Jaffa warrior belonging to the warlord Gerak turns up dead on a rural Virginia roadside, and the team has to figure out why.

    TV-NR 44min August 26, 2005
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    8. Babylon SG-1 investigates a planet that is home to the Warriors of Sodan, a legendary Jaffa tribe which has not served the Goa'uld in centuries. Mitchell kills one of the Sodan and is captured. He must battle to the death as punishment for the killing.

    TV-NR 44min September 9, 2005
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    9. Prototype While investigating a black hole, Carter is sent to the wrong planet. The gate is keeping people out by redirecting them to other planets. Once there, they discover a man, created by Anubis, who is ready to Ascend and bring havoc to the Galaxy

    TV-NR 44min September 16, 2005
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    10. The Fourth Horseman: Part 1 A Prior has convinced Gerak, leader of the Jaffa Nation, into following Origin. Teal'c and Bra'tac attempt to make a case against the Ori, but to no avail. Meanwhile, a plague released by the Ori has breached SGC and spread to the rest of Colorado.

    TV-NR 44min September 16, 2005
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    11. The Fourth Horseman: Part 2 The plague continues to spread. Teal'c pleads with the Jaffa High Council to reject Origin, but the Ori have transformed Gerak into a Prior. Cameron and Daniel seek the blood of the Prior that caused the plague in order to cure it.

    TV-NR 44min January 6, 2006
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    12. Collateral Damage On a planet where the inhabitants can graft memories from person to person, Mitchell is arrested for the murder of a beautiful scientist. However, the SG-1 team believes Mitchell's memory of the murder has been implanted by the real killers.

    TV-NR 44min January 13, 2006
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    13. Ripple Effect Multiple SG-1 teams arrive through the gate, each one from a different parallel universe. Carter teams up with Martouf and Kvasir to figure out how to close the multiverse rift so that more alternate SG-1 teams do not become stranded in this reality.

    TV-NR 44min January 20, 2006
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    14. Stronghold Just before the Jaffa Nation holds its elections, two of the council's devout supporters of democracy announce that they no longer condone the plan. Teal'c and Bra'tac conclude that treachery, not honest dissent, must be behind the strange behavior.

    TV-NR 44min January 27, 2006
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    15. Ethon A contact in the Rand Protectorate tells SG-1 that the Ori have given Rand a superweapon to use against the Caledonian Federation in exchange for their conversion to Origin. SG-1 plans to turn the people from Origin and destroy the weapon.

    TV-NR 44min February 3, 2006
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    16. Off the Grid While investigating the source of an addictive corn-like crop, SG-1 becomes involved in a firefight. They are forced to fall back to the gate, but as Daniel is dialing both the Stargate and the DHD are beamed away.

    44min February 10, 2006
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    17. The Scourge SG-1 is sent as diplomatic envoy to a research station. There, beetles that control an addictive plant prove unstoppable carnivores. The SG-1 members are trapped, and standard protocol dictates killing everything on the planet with a neurotoxin.

    TV-NR 44min February 18, 2006
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    18. Arthur's Mantle When Carter starts a device made by Merlin, it transports her and Mitchell to a parallel dimension.. Meanwhile Teal'c and SG-12 travel to the planet where a whole Sodan village is exterminated by its own hero Volnek, turned evil by a Prior.

    TV-NR 44min February 24, 2006
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    19. Crusade Vala's speaks to Stargate Command through Daniel's body. The Ori had sent her through a black hole to their home galaxy, where she learned that they plan to invade the Milky Way through a supergate, with an unknown location in the Milky Way.

    TV-NR 44min March 3, 2006
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    20. Camelot SG-1 travels to a medieval society called Camelot to find a device, made by Merlin, which can help them defeat the Ori. They investigate library guarded by a fierce hologram called the Black Knight as the threat of the invasion looms.

    TV-NR 44min March 10, 2006

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Genres Science Fiction, Adventure, Action
Director Robert C. Cooper
Supporting actors Christopher Judge, Beau Bridges, Michael Shanks, Claudia Black, Tim Guinee, Daniella Evangelista, Garry Chalk, Tamlyn Tomita, Michael Ironside, Doug Abrahams, Alex Dafoe, Dan Shea
Season year 2006
Network Syfy
Executive Producer Robert C. Cooper
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340 of 361 people found the following review helpful By Robert Moore HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on August 22, 2006
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I write this review just one day after the news that the Sci-Fi Channel has declined to renew STARGATE SG-1 for an eleventh season. It would normally be hard to feel too bad about a show that has had ten full seasons, but it seems a shame to cancel a show that has not only demonstrated a remarkable consistency for the past ten years, but an ability to recreate itself. The show's executive producers insist that they are not giving up yet on the series and harbor hopes of transferring it to another network. I personally hope they succeed. While we've had ten great years of stories about the SG-1 team, I'd welcome two or three more seasons, especially with the new team and the new threat to the galaxy introduced in Season Nine.

For most STARGATE SG-1 fans, Season Eight was something of a disappointment. It was no secret that Richard Dean Anderson was burnt out and wanted to leave the show. When SG-1 went into the field it was as a trio and not as a quartet, and Anderson's anarchic sense of humor was severely missed. The show clearly needed to change if it was going to continue to be worth watching. When Anderson left the show at the end of Season Eight, some fans lost all interest in the show. But Ben Browder in replacing Anderson brought some fan interest of his own, having starred in the critically acclaimed, fan favorite, and tragically cancelled FARSCAPE. Although for many fans Browder could not fully replace Anderson, he definitely brought a great deal to the show. And most important, he helped restore some balance to the cast by injecting some of the same irreverence that Anderson had.

Season 9 was unfortunately interrupted by real life concerns. Both Amanda Tapping and newcomer Claudia Black had their participation in the show interfered with by pregnancy.
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91 of 102 people found the following review helpful By B. McClure on September 3, 2006
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When I first saw the movie "Stargate", I was captivated by the storyline: A portal that is connected to other worlds, allowing almost instantaneous transfer, is finally figured out by us lowly humans, so of course we go to investigate. So I was thrilled when it became a series, although I was only able to sporadically watch the shows at first (I have since filled in all my gaps with my DVD collection of the series). The cast choice was perfect to me, and I was happy that it stayed together as long as it did (I was extrememly happy when Michael Shanks rejoined the cast full-time). I thought it might go downhill with the departure (full-time) of Richard Dean Anderson. Thankfully, the cast and crew were able to make it through Season 8, and in Season 9, they successfully integrated new members into SG-1. Now, I'm also a huge fan of FARSCAPE, and even though I love it, I cringed when I heard that Ben Browder was going to be part of the team; I didn't think he would fit into this scenario. However, he proved me wrong; his sense of humor is what the team needs, and even though he'll never truly replace RDA, that's not what I wanted anyway. He's carved his own niche into the team, and what he's brought is fresh and funny (when it needs to be). I was unaware that Claudia Black (again from FARSCAPE) was going to be brought in, and I again cringed, thinking that they were going to try and pair her and Browder together. Thankfully, they kind-of-paired her character "Vala" up with "Daniel Jackson", and that has actually had me rolling on occasion. The new additions to the cast are welcome in Season 9, and even though we've all heard that Season 10 will be the last, I'm hoping it isn't. This series has continuously captured my imagination, has injected their techno-geek-speak with some honestly hilarious moments, and still has more life to live!!!
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25 of 30 people found the following review helpful By John A Lee III on October 27, 2006
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The Ninth season of Stargate SG1 has some major casting changes and the show handles it about as well as it can be done considering all that has come to pass.

Last season ended some major plot lines and new ones are needed. The principle new adversaries are the Orai, an offshoot of the Ancients who seek to force their worship upon everyone. This does not mean that the Goa'uld are completely beaten. They too have some surprises in store for the SG1 team.

The team has a new commander and he gets off to a rocky start, both within the show and in his part but he soon seems to fit in. He is not as humerous as O'Neill but he is a worthy leader.

The newly freed Jaffa are in tumult over their own leadership. Louis Gossett Jr. does a good job of playing a leader in opposition to Teal'c.

It's a new world but it still has more than its share of problems.

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Avalon parts 1 and 2: SG1 has a new commander, LTC Cameron Mitchell, but he has a problem. All of the old SG1 team has transferred elsewhere and he has to put a new team together from scratch. He is not having much luck. Help comes from an unexpected source. A former Goa'uld host turned con artist shows up. In her scheming, Vala gets Daniel Jackson to try on a bracelet. He does and finds himself locked to her. They cannot be separated for more than a short while without them both falling ill. She did not expect this. She was conned by the person she stole the bracelets from. This gives the new colonel an excuse to get the old gang together to try and fix the problem. In an attempt to shed light on the mystery, they begin to work on Arthurian mythology and find an outpost of the Ancients in England. It was the Avalon of King Arthur.
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