Stargate SG-1: Season 8, Episode 2

New Order: Part 2 (9 Jul. 2004)

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The Asgard fleet has managed to destroy the Replicator ship, with Carter aboard, but cannot contain the debris. Talks break down with the System Lords, ending in a Ha'tak being dispatched ... See full summary »

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The Asgard fleet has managed to destroy the Replicator ship, with Carter aboard, but cannot contain the debris. Talks break down with the System Lords, ending in a Ha'tak being dispatched to test Earth's new defensive capabilities. The Prometheus waits to engage the incoming enemy, but Thor arrives in the Daniel Jackson, with Teal'c aboard. They enlist the help of Daniel and Jack, still in stasis, to remove the threat of the replicators to the new Asgard homeworld. Written by trekkie4christ

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At the beginning of the promotion ceremony promoting Major Carter to Lieutenant Colonel, as the newly-promoted General O'Neill enters the gate room he begins marching, or steps off, with his right foot. No military man of any time in service would step off with his right foot because all forward marching steps off with the left. A man with enough time in service to become a general would never commit such an obvious error, especially during a promotion ceremony. (On the other hand, O'Neill's flippant disregard for proper etiquette and military protocol is legendary in series canon.) See more »

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Colonel Jack O'Neill: [trying to decide if he should accept his promotion] I've spent my whole life stickin' it to the man. If I do this, I'll be the man. I don't think I can be the man.
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Human Form Replicators, System Lords, and The Asgard
1 September 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This second half opens another Worm-Can: With the System Lords. Seems like after Anubis' Fleet was whacked, Ba'Al took over the rest of the wax ball of Anubis' Resources and Jaffa's.

It's up to Weir to be Weir- And where Negotiation would never have worked with Anubis, it can and does work with the System Lords. Mainly what we have here is a High-Stakes Poker game in which Weir has the upper hand - But only because she knows how to bluff the face off of the System Lords, who as Goa'Ulds do not understand the concept of Bluffing.

Basically, they want the Fish/Squid Bombs which Jack used to clean Anubis' clock to be used on Ba'Al. But Weir knows, that would be a waste of needed resources, the SquidBombs are needed to protect the Earth.

Weir knows that the Lords could easily gang up on earth and blow us to chunks and bits. It is her clever maneuvering that prevents this from happening. And then she knows when to lay down the heavy hand.

Never trust a Snakehead! Especially if you don't know where you can get more SquidBombs- Or Zero Point Modules.


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