The Tok'ra Thoran arrives at SGC to advise that Col. O'Neill, who had been with the Tok'ra recovering from his illness, walked out of the Tok'ra base and now cannot be found. In fact, ... See full summary »

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The Tok'ra Thoran arrives at SGC to advise that Col. O'Neill, who had been with the Tok'ra recovering from his illness, walked out of the Tok'ra base and now cannot be found. In fact, O'Neill is now a prisoner of the Goa'uld system lord Ba'al. While with the Tok'ra O'Neill had agreed to been implanted with a symbiote which would allow him to heal. Sam explains that that only the symbiote could have the base and O'Neill would know nothing of it. In fact, O'Neill doesn't know where he is, isn't aware of the information wants and seemingly will be tortured until he talks. O'Neill gets help from an unexpected source. Written by garykmcd

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First appearance of the System Lord Ba'al See more »

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When O'Neill first wakes up in the sarcophagus, his shirt is intact. In the close up, he already has a knife wound in his upper left chest that he hasn't received yet. See more »

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Dr. Daniel Jackson: Jack, who are you talking to?
Colonel Jack O'Neill: A woman.
Dr. Daniel Jackson: There's nobody there.
Colonel Jack O'Neill: Look who's talkin'.
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Boring Episode
1 May 2017 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

A Tok'ra and a woman are hunted down by a group of Goa'uld, and they split running to different directions. When the man is captured, he is O'Neill and sent to a prison. Meanwhile Thoran arrives at the SGC and advises General Hammond and the SG-1 that Colonel O'Neill is missing. Jack is tortured by lord Ba'al but he does not have any information to give since his symbiote has fled. Out of the blue, Daniel appears to comfort him, but cannot help Jack to escape from the prison. Is O'Neill going mad?

"Abyss" is a boring episode of "Stargate SG-1", with the pointless participation of Dr. Samuel Jackson. The rushed conclusion does not give enough information how Jack O'Neill escaped from the Goa'uld prison. My vote is six.

Title (Brazil): "Abyss"


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