Agent Barrett of the NID calls SG-1 to Los Angeles for a consult on a mass murdering of a rogue sleeper cell by a young woman. There they find many Goa'uld artifacts relating to Sekhmet, a ... See full summary »

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Agent Barrett of the NID calls SG-1 to Los Angeles for a consult on a mass murdering of a rogue sleeper cell by a young woman. There they find many Goa'uld artifacts relating to Sekhmet, a subordinate of Ra. But how this operation is related to the Goa'uld eludes SG-1. Written by trekkie4christ

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This episode was aired in the United States only two days after the Smallville (2001) episode of the same name: Smallville: Resurrection (2004). See more »

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References The Silence of the Lambs (1991) See more »

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I See X-Files and Silence of the Lambs
16 September 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Not bad, but not great. It has a little importance to the overall Gou'ald story line.

Scientists make a human/Goa'uld hybrid. She kills lots of people, off camera. Sg-1, minus Jack who is still recovering, figures it out. The hybrid kills, off camera, the scientist who made her and tormented her.

This episode is what happens when writers and actors get bored with their own show, and when budget won't even allow on screen gun deaths.

The X-Files portion could have been worse. Agent Barrett is miles better than Pete.

Dr. Lee is shown as absolutely incompetent, which I guess is why Rodney ended up as an Atlantis regular. Dr. Lee was a regular, but he wasn't part of the main group and he didn't appear in many episodes.

For the poor man's X-Files there's Carter and Barret. For the poor man's Silence of the Lambs there's Dr. Keffler, held in a room and verbally sparring with SG-1. There's also the Goa'uld/Human Hybrid held in a cell in the middle of a room. She escapes by overcoming two guards and Daniel. Keffler escapes by overcoming one of the dumbest guards in the world of fiction.

Once again, thank goodness for not having to watch these in order. I fast forwarded through much of this.


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