Stargate SG-1: Season 5, Episode 22

Revelations (17 May 2002)

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Osiris engages in space combat with Thor over a violation of the protected planets treaty. Freyr arrives at the SCG bringing news of Thor's death and asking SG-1 to mount a rescue mission ... See full summary »

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Osiris engages in space combat with Thor over a violation of the protected planets treaty. Freyr arrives at the SCG bringing news of Thor's death and asking SG-1 to mount a rescue mission to retrieve an Asgard scientist from the planet in question. Upon their arrival Heimdall informs them that Thor still lives and has been taken captive by the Goa'uld. O'Neill and Teal'c transport over to the mothership to rescue him from the clutches of Anubis. Written by trekkie4christ

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After Osiris orders the use of gas to eliminate Teal'c and Jack O'Neill; you see them walking down a corridor. Carter can be seen crouching on the right hand side of the corridor, waiting to pop up as a hologram. See more »

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Thor: I am Thor, Supreme Commander of the Asgard Fleet. Your presence here is a violation of the Protected Planets Treaty, and you must withdraw immediately.
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Good, just not "finale" good.
21 August 2010 | by (France) – See all my reviews

This is a solid episode with some action, lots of bizarre events and technologies, and food for thought.

First of all, it is interesting to watch the remaining members of SG1 deal with their loss. While Jack and Teal'c are acting tough and warrior-like, Carter is having a hard time coping (but then she's always the most affected whenever someone disappears.) As a result, maybe, I thought that the "team spirit" was a bit lacking here -which in a way feels right, as it emphasizes how much part of it Daniel was.

Apart from that, both story lines are interesting. The discovery we make about the Asgaard is rather capital if you consider that in a way they are "us" in a few million years (and the issue of their genetic dead end will come up later). Even more interesting is what happens with Thor; up until now, the Asgaard had been regarded as the most powerful race in the universe, and Earth's greatest defense against the Goa'uld. Having them suddenly become vulnerable and having their technological advances become available to Anubis (who makes his first appearance as Public Enemy #1) is a terrible blow for Earth, and announces hard times to come.

Despite the quality of this episode, however, I have to say that this episode simply does not pack enough punch for a finale. Daniel's passing was highly emotional, but finishing a season on its aftermath, mixed with several ominous but so far, not completely dramatic revelations, leaves me a bit unsatisfied, and less eager than I usually am to watch next season's premiere.


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