The SG-1 team travels to the Antarctic science station when the scientists there discover an ancient body in the ice. The age of the ice core samples would indicate that the body predates ... See full summary »

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The SG-1 team travels to the Antarctic science station when the scientists there discover an ancient body in the ice. The age of the ice core samples would indicate that the body predates mankind. As they thaw the body, it comes to life. It's a young woman who they call Ayiana. As Ayiana gains strength, those around her all fall ill having contracted an unknown virus which they believe Ayiana carried. The new arrival also shows healing powers and can seemingly cure any illness just by touch. As she does so however she weakens to the point of death. In the end, only Col. O'Neill remains untreated and SGC seeks the help of the Tok'ra who offer an unexpected solution. Written by garykmcd

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This episode features a fourth variation of the opening credits. It shows the sequence from the previous three episodes, with the stargate being activated, the chevrons locking into place and panning in and out on the stargate. But part of the screen is now taken up with clips from various episodes. See more »

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Jack O'Neill: D'oh!
Teal'c: What is it, O'Neill?
Jack O'Neill: I forgot to tape The Simpsons!
[Teal'c blinks]
Jack O'Neill: It's important to me.
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Written by Joel Goldsmith and David Arnold
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Lelu made over
21 July 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

If you've ever seen The Fifth Element, you'll see some similarities in this episode. In Fifth Element, a mysterious, beautiful, and ancient woman is discovered and shown to have powers beyond human comprehension.

Indeed, these powers could have the ability to save humanity.

In Frozen, "Ayiana" is "Lelu" made over.

However, there are some differences that make Frozen worth watching. For example, the Antarctic setting of the episode is nothing like the futuristic setting in Fifth Element. And while Richard Dean Anderson plays his usual, sarcastic and sardonic character of O'Neill, there's no Bruce Willis type character in this story.

Unlike many SG-1 episodes, this story takes a while to unfold. While it takes it time getting there, boy... once it does... it really gets there.

This is not an edge-of-your-seat, action-packed episode, but there's enough action and heroics to keep you interested. This is one of those story lines for which you have to sit back while it unfolds.


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