After Sam receives an emergency call from geneticist Dr. Richard Fleming, SGC learns that he has been working for Immunotech a company owned by Adrian Conrad, who implanted himself with a ... See full summary »

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After Sam receives an emergency call from geneticist Dr. Richard Fleming, SGC learns that he has been working for Immunotech a company owned by Adrian Conrad, who implanted himself with a Goa'uld symbiote in order to cure himself. Fleming has now gone missing and General Hammond orders Sam, Jonas and Teal'c to investigate. They head to Oregon when Fleming lived and worked and learn from the local Sheriff that Fleming isn't the first Immunotech worker to disappear. The locals are acting strangely and seem to suffer from memory lapses. What they eventually find is a town full of Goa'uld and NID seemingly aware of everything that is going on. Written by garykmcd

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This is the first episode of the series not to feature any characters from the original Stargate (1994) film. There are only four other such examples: Stargate SG-1: Insiders (2006), Stargate SG-1: Uninvited (2006), Stargate SG-1: Line in the Sand (2007) and Stargate SG-1: The Road Not Taken (2007). Consequently, these are the only episodes of the series in which neither Richard Dean Anderson (Jack O'Neill) nor Michael Shanks (Daniel Jackson) appear. See more »

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When looking at the missing professor's computer, Carter brings up the My Computer window, which shows 0 used space on the C drive. At least some space should be used by the OS. See more »

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Sam Carter: You knew who Adrian Conrad was didn't you.
Jonas: Well I've memorized all of your mission reports. I just don't want people around here thinking I'm... strange.
Sam Carter: People don't think your strange.
Jonas: What about Colonel O'Neill?
Sam Carter: [pause] Let's get some lunch.
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Written by Joel Goldsmith and David Arnold
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Excuse me, but I thought 1 had to have Naquadah in their blood
7 April 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Excuse me, but I thought 1 had to have Naquadah in their blood for their eyes to glow, yet if I recall Major Carter mentioned that the cloned Gao'uld parasites had no Naquadah in their blood, thus no glowing eyes.

Excuse me, but I thought 1 had to have Naquadah in their blood for their eyes to glow, yet if I recall Major Carter mentioned that the cloned Gao'uld parasites had no Naquadah in their blood, thus no glowing eyes.

Excuse me, but I thought 1 had to have Naquadah in their blood for their eyes to glow, yet if I recall Major Carter mentioned that the cloned Gao'uld parasites had no Naquadah in their blood, thus no glowing eyes.


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