Sam manages to activate an Ancients' device they found at the Glastonbury site and she and Mitchell are shifted into a phase that makes them invisible to everyone. Daniel soon figures out ... See full summary »

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Sam manages to activate an Ancients' device they found at the Glastonbury site and she and Mitchell are shifted into a phase that makes them invisible to everyone. Daniel soon figures out just what is going on but Dr. Lee's proposed solution sends Daniel to the same plane as Sam and Mitchell. There he is able to translate information explaining that Merlin had created a weapon against the Ori - and provides a gate address where it can be found. Meanwhile, Teal'c travels to a Jaffa planet that has sent out a distress call. The two events are related. Written by garykmcd

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Mitchell says he gets it. Last time it was an alternate reality. This time an alternate dimension. All he need is a time travel adventure and he will have scored the SG1 trifecta. After the series ends he gets his trifecta when he does Continuum. A Stargate SG1 movie about time travel. See more »

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Mitchell and Carter are sent into a parallel dimension where they cannot be seen or heard, and supposedly cannot interact with physical objects in their original dimension (as when Carter's hand passes through a coffee cup). Yet they are able to walk around on the same floor that everyone else uses, can hear words spoken by those in the original dimension (which would require the air to carry sound vibrations to their ears), and can see things in that dimension (requiring light to reflect off their retinas). They also are still able to breathe the air, and Mitchell travels through the Stargate as if he were still composed of matter that can interact with the gate. See more »

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Lt. Colonel Cameron Mitchell: That was alternate reality, this is alternate dimension. Hell, all I need is a good time travel adventure and I've scored the SG-1 trifecta.
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Written by Joel Goldsmith and David Arnold
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6 October 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

When an episode weaves together elements previously seen on the show this well, the result is pretty good.

The SG-1 team uses knowledge of previous events to try to solve their problem, and they use knowledge of the phase shifting to try to solve the current problem.

Dr. Lee does his usual almost there but not quite fumbling.

When the solution to the zombified Sodan warrior looks too easy, Mitchell is shifted back into phase. Now it's on.

The episode furthers the main Ori story. Now there's a weapon that can kill ascended beings. SG-1 has to find it. That's a good set up for future episodes.

One big inconsistency is in the dimension/phase shifting. If phase shifted people can't interact with solid objects in the regular phase, why don't they fall through the floor?


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