Teal'c's Master Bra'tac arrives unannounced, carrying his dying apprentice Moac, rare survivors of a massive ground attack on planet Chulack by Apophis, who now controls the late Sokar's ... See full summary »

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Teal'c's Master Bra'tac arrives unannounced, carrying his dying apprentice Moac, rare survivors of a massive ground attack on planet Chulack by Apophis, who now controls the late Sokar's massive armies. As he could have wiped out the Jaffa by space weapons, he must be looking for something or someone- his consort Ammonet's Harsesis child; Daniel only knew the boy is in Osiris's hiding place from Seth, Kheb, which he nor Teal'c can locate, but Bra'tac knows that is a legendary planet the Goa'uld fear and loathe, and combining with Daniel's Pharaonic mythology knowledge it must be one of the Loc'na ko, exhausted mining planets; he even has an address, the only one the Goa'uld never listed on their space map, but Apophis may be mad enough to brave the ancestral fear. When SG-1 arrives, Bra'tac reads tracks of eight Jaffa, all burned as if by lightning, and a priestess they shot, but who took the Harsesis from her? To their surprise, Kheb is not a fortress but an oriental temple, where ... Written by KGF Vissers

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When Daniel levitates O'Neill's rifle, the strings are visible. See more »

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Jack O'Neill: [about Apophis] Somebody's gotta teach that guy how to die.
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Boring
5 April 2016 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

Bra'tac arrives in the SGC with an injured apprentice and informs that Apophis is alive and controlling Sokar's Goa'uld army. He was looking for the Harcesis child and has destroyed Chulak. Daniel tells that the baby is hidden in planet Kneb but he does not know where it is. Bra'tac tells that Kneb is a mystical planet and after a brain storm, the SG-1 discover the location of the planet. They head to the planet and they find a Buddhist temple of Oma Desala, where they meet a monk. The monk trains Daniel and soon he is able to use his mind in another level. Meanwhile Jack is worried since Apophis is arriving in Kneb with his army.

"Maternal Instinct" is a boring episode of "Stargate SG-1". The story is annoying and quite pointless and this show is a waste of time. My vote is five.

Title (Brazil): "Maternal Instinct"


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