Stargate SG-1: Season 1, Episode 13

Hathor (24 Oct. 1997)

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The Goa'uld Hathor (one of the mothers of all Goa'uld), brainwashes the men of the SGC with pheromones, and nearly makes Jack a host to a larva conceived with Daniel. She flees after the ... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview:
Suanne Braun ...
Hathor (as Susanne Braun)
David Hurtubise ...
Dr. Kleinhouse (as Dave Hurtubise)
Amanda O'Leary ...
Ikkee Battle ...
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Tracy Westerholm ...


The Goa'uld Hathor (one of the mothers of all Goa'uld), brainwashes the men of the SGC with pheromones, and nearly makes Jack a host to a larva conceived with Daniel. She flees after the unaffected women of Stargate Command retake the facility. Written by Anonymous

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A fun episode in spite of its flaws
3 April 2013 | by (Ireland) – See all my reviews

Good ol' Hathor, the first female Goa'uld to have a speaking part on the series. I know that this isn't a very popular episode but it is outrageous fun! It's certainly the silliest episode that wasn't intended by the producers to be silly. It reminds me of a bad third season episode of "Star Trek: The Original Series" or any given episode of "Buck Rogers in the 25th Century." It really feels like it was made in 1977 instead of 1997. It appeals to the part of me that likes slightly trashy sci-fi! I can well imagine these events being (only slightly) adapted by Martin for an episode of "Wormhole X-treme!" It does have some nice comic moments though and I love Don S. Davis' performance as the essentially love sick General Hammond. Suanne Braun gives a great performance as Hathor as well, never going over the top and creating an entertaining (if fairly camp) character in the process.

After "Emancipation" and "The First Commandment", this is arguably the series' third Sam-centric episode and it's a shame that none of them are exactly of stellar quality. However, at least she is portrayed as a strong, intelligent and capable woman, as is Janet in the first episode in which she has any action scenes.

Daniel certainly gets put through the wringer in this episode, being, well, essentially raped by Hathor in order so that he can provide the "code of life" to produce new symbiotes. Given his hatred of the Goa'uld, I only imagine how badly he must have felt about that when he regained his senses.

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