The iris brings surprise visitors to Starbase: the cat Schrödinger as sign of friendliness, next Narim, the Tollan admirer Sam gave him to, who brings a unique invitation from the curia, the highest Tollan authority: an invitation to attend on Tollana, their new home planet, the 'Triad', a judicial ceremony, learning only there as requested by seeker (trial party) Skaara, to act a his his 'Archon' (attorney), a job jointly assigned to Daniel and Jack, his claim being his desire to be separated from the Goa'uld Klorel, Apophis's son, who refuses to give up his host; they crashed on Tollana after the Tollans destroyed both mother-ships Heru'ur sent after Klorel. Klorel's archon is the Goa'uld lord Zipacna, reason enough for Jack to be frantically mistrusting of the Tollan assurance all visitor weapons are automatically disabled. The third, neutral archon is Lya, a Nox; the Tollan Travell presides. While the human doctrine of birthright opposes Zipacna's claim of Ra's jurisdiction on ... Written by
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Towards the end of the episode O'Neill's dog tags are hanging outside his t-shirt but there is only one visible. Dog tags come in pairs with one on a shorter chain that can be removed should the serviceman be captured or killed, and one that remains on the body at all times on the longer chain. O'Neill is missing the one from his longer chain, it does not appear in shots from in front or behind him. See more
I thought the Nox were pacifists?
I only hide the weapon. I did not fire it.
Ah. Pretty fine line you didn't cross.
Written by Joel Goldsmith
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