Stargate SG-1: Season 8, Episode 1

New Order: Part 1 (9 Jul. 2004)

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Episode cast overview:
Colonel Jack O'Neill (credit only)
G. Patrick Currie ...
Fifth (as Patrick Currie)
Vince Crestejo ...


In a last ditch effort, O'Neill activated an Ancient weapon in the Antarctic to defeat Anubis. With Jack still in stasis in the Ancient outpost buried in Antarctica, SG-1 tries to contact the Asgard. Meanwhile their new leader, Dr. Elizabeth Weir, tries to decide what to do about a request for peace talks from the Goa'uld System Lords. Written by trekkie4christ

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The premiere of Season 8 is the first episode in which Teal'c doesn't have his head shaved. See more »


Major Samantha Carter: So, you wanna talk?
Teal'c: Concerning what subject?
Major Samantha Carter: I don't know. How's Rya'c?
Teal'c: Fine.
Major Samantha Carter: You still keeping in touch with Ishta?
Teal'c: Indeed.
Major Samantha Carter: Bra'tac?
Teal'c: Bra'tac is well.
Major Samantha Carter: Come on, Teal'c. Throw me a bone here.
Teal'c: How is Pete Shanahan?
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Tori Higgenson's Weir comes and goes with Replicators.
1 September 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The Replicators have been (one of) the most insidious enemies of both The "Asgard" and Stargate Command. But what is worse than Lil mechanical bugs that self-replicate? Lil Mechanical Bugs that have evolved into Human Form Replicators.

Let's backtrack, shall we? Last we saw, the Replicators had absorbed a whole planet which used to be one of The Asgard's main planets. But SG-1 with the help of the naive Human Form Replicator named "Fifth" trapped the whole planet in a Time Bubble. Remember, the HFR's had reversed the bubble so that time passed quickly in the bubble, which speed-evolved the little buggers into the Human Form. With Fifth's help, time was made slow again, so that the Replicators could not further evolve and "beat the bubble".

So now, it is time for Thor to create a huge Black Hole and suck all the replicators into it. And it seemed to be working, until Fifth escapes! So now we have Bugs plus a Human Form Bug, recipe for bad, very bad things to happen. And they do...

Because Fifth is still infatuated with Major Carter (She is still a Major when this debacle begins). So he Kidnaps her and that's just the beginning.

Meanwhile, the new Red-Headed Weir informs SG-1 that a new Multi-National Red Tape machine/"Oversight" Committee has determined that the Weapons Platform can no longer be used in Antarctica. Just another Bonehead move. So this episode is a mess from the start.

This episode mostly explores the changes in Stargate/Homeworld Command wrought by the previous cliffhanger, while resolving the enigma of how to restore Jack. Obviously, The Asgard have to be involved somewhat, but it is hard for The Asgard to do anything with Bugs exuding from all bulkheads.

Ironically, the solution is borrowed from a previous Cliffhanger - When you can't get to the Frozen Sleeping guy, stick his brain into the Ships Computer!

I mentioned that Weir enters the show with Replicators- Even though she did not have direct involvement with Human form Reps this time. Her fate is shown in Stargate Atlantis, and I assume it was Ironic to have her go out after being made into a Replicator Herself. But make no mistake - She enters the franchise as Weir and leaves the franchise as Weir.

A Further Irony comes into being as Fifth realizes he cannot make Carter have feelings for him - And he actually lets her go. But what would a Replicator do? Why are Replicators called Replicators? Because they can Replicate stuff. Things, Ships, Whole Cities and, Er... People.

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