SG-1 returns early from a mission only to realize that they and Gen. Landry aren't on the same page as far as the the mission they've just completed is concerned. The confusion is quickly ... See full summary »

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SG-1 returns early from a mission only to realize that they and Gen. Landry aren't on the same page as far as the the mission they've just completed is concerned. The confusion is quickly resolved when the "real" SG-1 returns at the correct time. Dr. Lam examines them all and concludes that they are identical and thinks they might be clones. Sam however thinks they may have come from a parallel universe as the result of the black hole they created when they destroyed the Ori beachhead. As more SG-1 teams arrive from other alternate universes, one of them includes Dr. Fraiser and another includes the Tok'ra Martouf. It's left to Sam and Martouf to find a way to send them all home. Written by garykmcd

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After Kvasir leaves the Prometheus, Daniel Jackson, played by Michael Shanks, says, "I miss Thor." Michael Shanks voices Thor. See more »

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Cameron Mitchell: Now, let me get this straight. We figured that you guys would try to escape, and we set this trap for you. Not realizing that you'd figure out that we'd figure you out, and you set your own.
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Teal'c: Indeed.
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Love Stargate!! but this was just very bad writing
6 July 2015 | by See all my reviews

Hey guys, you know that i usually review movies, or series as a whole, but being a huge Stargate fan and re watching all of it back to back, just had to review this really poorly and "Fun" but stupid episode of SG1 Season 9 episode 13. So why do i love and hate this episode? Well i love it, because we got to see many variations of SG1, although they should have mixed it up more and included Jack on one of the teams, also could've shown more interaction that each one has with their different selves. The reason i hated it, and was surprised at how badly the episode was written was because in season 3 episode 6 "Point of View" Stargate world clearly establishes a law, that no two person can exist in one universe! Carter started to suffer entropic cascade failure at the cellular level because their were two of her in one reality. However in this episode there is stated that there are 18 Different SG1 teams at Stargate command, and by multi verse theory law, that universe should destroy it self, or have all of the duplicates die off. But we do not see that, and there is no mention of any one starting to suffer from being in one universe.

I love Stargate, but i did feel that this episode was poorly written and could have been avoided.


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