SG-1 has changed the course of history and made SGC virtually non-existent. Doctors Carter and Jackson have helped Brigadier General Hammond to find the Antarctic Stargate, but are not ... See full summary »

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SG-1 has changed the course of history and made SGC virtually non-existent. Doctors Carter and Jackson have helped Brigadier General Hammond to find the Antarctic Stargate, but are not being allowed to help any further. They help Jack to power up the time machine, and he gets Hammond to allow them on the mission to find Teal'c. Written by trekkie4christ

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Jack O'Neill: How's it goin'?
Sam Carter: Never seen this kind of technology before.
Jack O'Neill: Hey, you're supposed to be a genius. That's why I brought you along.
Sam Carter: I'm working on it. I think the power relay was overloaded. I may be able to reroute the circuit to the control interface...
[pauses and sees Jack staring at her]
Sam Carter: What?
Jack O'Neill: It's just a little weird hearing that kind of stuff come out of someone so...
Sam Carter: [apparently taking offence at what she thinks Jack is about to say] So what?
Jack O'Neill: Hot.
Sam Carter: [chokes, then stutters] Really?
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A bit confusing. And fishy.
6 August 2010 | by (France) – See all my reviews

I am not treating Moebius as a "real" part of the story, much less as a season finale, so I am inclined to be quite lenient towards the numerous plot holes or development shortcuts that plague it. However, the fact is that a certain number of events are left unexplained, or at least unjustified. Why go to such extents to get Alternate Teal'c if it is to lose Daniel on the way back? (For the scriptwriters, it was clearly a matter of not having two Daniels on screen, but it does make the trip to Chulak counterproductive). What happens/happened to those characters once the timeline changes back? And who could believe, even for one second, in that scene between Carter and O'Neill?

So okay, the whole Moebius ring sort of unravels (hehe) in this second part. There are still some good moments and funny lines, but I think you should see it as a sort of memento rather than as a proper episode. It really IS a pity that this should be our last moments together with "the real" SG-1. Such a major season deserved a better sendoff.


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