Teal'c is unhappy with his son's plans to marry. Ishta arrives bringing news that Hak'tyl may be compromised. Complications arise when O'Neill allows Hak'tyl to inhabit SGC until a new homeworld is found for them.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Lt. Col. Samantha Carter
Neil Denis ...
Kar'yn (as Mercedes De La Zerda)
Sgt. Walter Harriman
Jeff Judge ...
Steve Lawlor ...


Ishta and her band of female free Jaffa are in dire need of relocation after the system lord Moloc discovers there whereabouts. O'Neill offers them sanctuary at the SGC while Carter and others try to identify a suitable planet for them. When Ishta is invited to a summit of free Jaffa, she walks into a trap. Meanwhile, Teal'c is upset that his son Rya'c has decided to marry one of Ishta's followers, Ka'ryn. He feels that his son cannot both take a wife and be committed to the cause of freeing all Jaffa. Written by garykmcd

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10 September 2004 (USA)  »

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(Dolby 5.1)


Aspect Ratio:

16 : 9
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When Istha and Teal'c escape from the tent as it is being shot to pieces, the sky is overcast, but as they spy on the heavily guarded gate to escape back to Earth, the sky is clear. See more »


Master Bra'tac: The warriors of Hakt'yl are grateful for your generosity.
Brigadier General Jack O'Neill: Well, you know me, always willing to help those who... need help.
Master Bra'tac: You are indeed a wise and gracious leader, O'Neill of Minnesota.
Brigadier General Jack O'Neill: Sit down you old coot.
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Written by Joel Goldsmith
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2/3 Bad, 1/3 Fair
19 September 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The Amazons, er female Jaffa, are back. This time Rya'c is marrying one of them, Ishta (the leader) is ready to overthrow her false god Goa'uld, and Teal'c is generally unhappy with everything.

There's some good action in the end. A Goa'uld learns the meaning of a laser dot. He can't brush it away. Teal'c does some nifty work with two staff weapons tied together.

But the messages of women's equality and children growing into adults are lame.

Guess what? Ba'al takes over from the opposed Goa'uld, just as Teal'c predicted.

The actor who portrays Rya'c looks decidedly un-warrior-like. He looks like a book worm. There's a scene in which he works out with a staff. He can barely hold the staff. But I guess they had to keep going with the same actor.

The best part of the episode is a ping pong match between Teal'c and O'Neill.

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