An experimental drug to replace Teal'c's goa'uld as his immune system is unsuccessful, and gives him nightmares about the traumatic implantation in his own body, a prim'ta which turns a Jaffa child into a goa'uld drone, and it's impending for his son Ry'ac, about whom he never told the USAF. Now he tells Jack and proposes a mission to retrieve symbionts on his home planet Chulac, where they are plentiful, but their last visit made them many enemies. Once informed, the general orders a team mission rather than virtual suicide by Teal'c going alone. They pretend to be a legation from Apophis, bluff their way past priests guarding the stargate, and find Teal'c's home burned down as part of his disgrace as shol'va (traitor) but meet Jaffa master Brae'tac, his mentor, who expected him to return to his family for Ry'ac's prim'ta ceremony and shows him and Jack where they live as kresh'ta (outcasts) in a slum, just in time to prevent the ceremony, to his wife Drey'auc's fury, who told Ry'ac ... Written by
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When SG-1 arrive at Chulak, Daniel has taken his glasses off for his disguise. As the team are walking away from the gate you can see Daniel hesitate, lean over and look at one of the stones in front of him and then move around it before he hurries to catch up to the others. This is because Michael Shanks is virtually blind without his glasses and cannot wear contacts. See more
When SG-1 is about to leave to Chulak, Daniel takes his glasses off at advice of Sam. But when General Hammond says: God's speed, Daniel turns around and has his glasses on again. See more
All right, here's the plan.
You will do as I say.
Written by Joel Goldsmith
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