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Daniel and Vala have used the Ancient device to inhabit the bodies of people in the Alterans' home galaxy. They have been taken by a prior of the Ori to meet the Doyen, one who speaks with the Ori, their gods. Daniel surmises that the Ori are what the Alterans who became the Ancients left behind and have ascended in a similar fashion, but without the restrictions. Written by trekkie4christ

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When Walter dials a random planet so Mitchell and T'ealc can destroy the Ancient communication device, the address changes during the camera shot when chevron 7 locks. See more »

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Lt. Colonel Cameron Mitchell: Well, I suppose after you've saved the world seven or eight times.
Major General Jack O'Neill: Who's counting, huh?
Lt. Colonel Cameron Mitchell: Teal'c. Actually, he mentions it quite often.
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The Spread of a Militant Religion
25 August 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It's like a disease, which in fact SG-1 compares to in a later 9th season episode.

Daniel and Vala's minds are trapped in the bodies of two heretics in the Ori Galaxy, while at the same time the religion of "Origin" begins infecting the Milky Way.

Somehow the Ori can send Priors all the way from their galaxy to ours. This is never explained, but it is still frightening.

The Jaffa have finally freed themselves from thousands of years of oppression by The Goa'Uld, only to have the leader of the Free Jaffa Nation (Lou Gossett, Jr.) fall under the spell of yet another set of False Gods.

It's like jumping from one boiling pot to another, SG-1 can't seem to get a break. So settle back and watch how they dig themselves out of this new hole, because this is just the beginning. And if you don't want to settle back, you don't have to watch the show... Or make inane comments. Honestly, the only 2 concepts people should be thinking about are "Did I enjoy this" and "Will I keep watching it". I would not waste my time commenting on episodes I hated.


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