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Whilst O'Neill and Carter head to Washington to be decorated by the President and find a security leak, Jackson and Teal'c go to Abydos (after they unbury their stargate) to see Sha're's father. They arrive to tell him that they have been unsuccessful in finding Sha're, only to discover that she is already on Abydos. But they find that she is pregnant by Apophis and the baby holds the secrets of the Goa'uld. Written by Anonymous

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Col. O'Neill tells a reporter "That's O'Neill, with two L's. There's another Colonel O'Neil with one L. He has no sense of humor." In the feature film Stargate (1994), the lead character, whose name was spelled with one L, was played by Kurt Russell and was a much more humorless character. See more »

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As Shau're/Amonhet approaches Apophis after having given birth, her large belly is still visible. While this may seem like an error, it is important to note that at most it has been a couple hours since giving birth and while her belly would be somewhat deflated now that she is no longer carrying a child, her stomach would still be fairly large. While Amonhet would be able to heal her from the pains and stress of natural childbirth, the Goa'uld do not possess the ability to instantly return a body to its peek physical condition. Shau're's body would still show the signs of recent weight gain and childbirth, including a larger stomach. See more »

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Jack O'Neill: Will you excuse me? We just don't get out of Cheyenne Mountain enough. I'm gonna grab some air... outside. General, Captain, General... waiter.
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Featured in Stargate SG-1: Out of Mind (1999) See more »

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Written by Joel Goldsmith and David Arnold
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This is just the most annoying episode ...
15 February 2017 | by See all my reviews

This is just the most annoying episode until now.

Just one word: awful.

The storyline is so off and wrong, daniel is just a jerk "oh my god noo, no I can't do this nooo" what a pussy wrote this sh.t?

Then they "tried" to escape ... watching 10 seconds that the ship landed and then talking bullsh.t instead of just opening the stargate...

The pseudo-politics are off by far, just send the CIA and cleanup the mess with the damn reporter ... who cares? That would be honest ... but the pretend that they would play nice in face of a possible war with China and Russland?? Bullsh.t.

Who the heck wrote this shitty script?


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