Stargate SG-1: Season 4, Episode 21

Double Jeopardy (16 Feb. 2001)

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On planet Juna, SG-1 minus Daniel gets a hostile welcome from the local warriors leader Darian, who seems incredulous they even dared to return. They loyally deliver Sam and Teal'c, the ... See full summary »

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On planet Juna, SG-1 minus Daniel gets a hostile welcome from the local warriors leader Darian, who seems incredulous they even dared to return. They loyally deliver Sam and Teal'c, the particularly hated sho'va (Jaffa traitor) to Cronus (who took over as system lord after SG-1 helped chase Heru'ur) and told them to bury the Stargate. Cronus orders Darian to decapitate Daniel by staff weapon- to find his head is robotic. Cronus's obvious astonishment makes Darian doubt his divinity. At SGC, Harlan urge them to go on a mission. The master robot-creator tells them that the robot versions he created need to recharge after 48. In order to prevent the Goa'uld picking their mind copies, they reluctantly go. Darian now joins them, but feels most of his people won't dare challenge Cronus ever. The two Teal'cs concentrate on revenging the original's father by attacking Cronus recklessly, while the Sams and Jacks deal with the military problems and overthrowing the Goa'uld rule. Written by KGF Vissers

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18 May 2007 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

The annoying android is back. Harlan from "Tin Man" in season one and his alternate SG-1 resurface.

SG-1 arrives on the planet Juna, and immediately comes under attack from a group of Jaffa and local Juna warriors. One of the local leaders, a young man named Darian, recognizes them. He knows all their names, and tells the Jaffa that these are the ones who led them in a rebellion against Heru-ur, banishing the Goa'uld's servants from their world.

The team is led into a large pyramid as a Goa'uld Mother Ship enters orbit, and forced to their knees as the powerful System Lord Cronus transports to the surface. He recognizes them, of course, but reminds them that the Goa'uld-Asgard treaty protects the planet Earth -- but not SG teams who are found offworld. He will show them no mercy.

Short version: Daniel gets decapitated, and it turns out it's the android version. The Mech-Jack is still on the loose and when Harlan goes to Earth to ask for help in retrieving them, Hammond sends a MALP to Juna where Jack gets to talk to Jack. Hilarity ensues.

SG-1 go to Juna where one thing leads to another, and all the fake SG-1 get... de-activated with prejudice, Cronos is killed by Robo-Teal'c, and Juna is once again free... Oh and SG-1 get a Mother Ship. Woo-hoo!


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