When an SG member tries to assassinate the Tok'Ra leader, it is believed that some of the SGC have been converted into za'tarc - programmed assassins. The Tok'Ra Anise comes to the SGC with... See full summary »

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When an SG member tries to assassinate the Tok'Ra leader, it is believed that some of the SGC have been converted into za'tarc - programmed assassins. The Tok'Ra Anise comes to the SGC with Lantash, to try and test the SG members. But the za'tarc detector suggests that O'Neill and Carter are actually za'tarcs. Is this correct and is there another za'tarc at the SGC? Written by Anonymous

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When Sam and Jack are on either side of the force field, Sam yells "Sir, there's no time!". At this point she has tear stains down her cheeks. In the next shot, as she looks at the colonel, her cheeks are dry. See more »

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Colonel Jack O'Neill: I'd've rather died myself than lose Carter.
Anise: Why?
Colonel Jack O'Neill: Because I care about her. A lot more than I'm supposed to.
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The Manchurian Candidate
13 June 2016 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

During a negotiation with a Tok'ra leader, one SG member tries to kill him. Anise finds that the man has been brainwashed as an assassin by a Goau'ld technology called Za'tarc. The SG-1 is submitted to a test by Anise and the detector accuses that Jack and Sam might have been programmed as assassins. The alternative to cure is experimental may kill them or cause brain damage. What will they do?

"Divide and Conquer" is an engaging episode of Stargate SG-1 that recalls the notorious "The Manchurian Candidate", when persons without suspicion where programmed as assassins. The show is well-resolved and the feelings of jack towards Sam is disclosed (or confirmed). My vote is eight.

Title (Brazil): "Divide and Conquer"


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