Following on a Tok'ra tip, SG-1 goes to a planet where they find the hated Apophis, nearly dying and under attack by death-gliders. They get back with him, realizing he was tortured by a rival system-lord, with lasting harm. Apophis demands sanctuary, provided Dr. Fraiser can save his life, at least on account of the human host, but without a sarcophagus the prognosis for his symbiont is lousy; he offers all his Goa'uld knowledge in exchange for a new host, i.e. his life, revealing he was defeated by the terrible Sokar, once supreme system lord till an alliance lead by Ra and Apophis unseated him. The confrontation with Daniel, on account on Amaunet/Sha're and their son Klorel, and with former prime Teal'c, is bitter for all three. The Tok'ra send Martouf, to warn the Taurai must hand over Apophis, but their warning is ignored- until Sokar proves he can bombard the iris with accelerated particles and ultimately cut trough it, so the White House orders his extradition, but before they ... Written by
Did You Know?
O'Neill calls the signaling device a GDO. This acronym actually stands for Garage Door Opener. See more
When Teal'c pulls the blanket off the face of the dead Apophis, Peter Williams opens his eyes and blinks once. See more
What do you want?
Can't help you there. That's between you and your god. Oh, wait a minute, you *are* your god. That's a problem.
Featured in Stargate SG-1: Out of Mind
Written by Joel Goldsmith
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