Stargate SG-1 (1997–2007)
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Singularity 

SG-1 rescues a small girl who turns out to have had an inoperable Naquadah bomb put in her by Nirrti to destroy the SGC. Ultimately the girl is given to the care of Janet Fraiser, the SGC ... See full summary »

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SG-1 rescues a small girl who turns out to have had an inoperable Naquadah bomb put in her by Nirrti to destroy the SGC. Ultimately the girl is given to the care of Janet Fraiser, the SGC medic, after they discover that the bomb will dissolve if she is kept away from the Stargate. Written by Anonymous

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The Douglas McLean Memorial Observatory on planet P3X 987 is named after the series art director, Doug McLean. See more »

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As Carter and Frasier are applying CPR to the child, the girl's shirt is closed and opened between shots. See more »

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Jack O'Neill: Actually, it's called the accretion disk.
Dr. Daniel Jackson: Well, I guess it's easy to understand why the local population would be afraid of something like-
[looks at Jack]
Dr. Daniel Jackson: What did you just say?
Jack O'Neill: It's just an astronomical term.
Samantha Carter: You didn't think the Colonel had a telescope on his roof just to look at the neighbors, did ya?
Jack O'Neill: Not initially.
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Written by Joel Goldsmith
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Corny Trojan Horse
29 May 2015 | by See all my reviews

Jack, Sam, Daniel and Teal'c travel to a planet to meet the SG-7 and witness a solar eclipse and a black hole through a telescope. However they find the inhabitants and the SG-7 dead and Dr. Janet Fraiser counts almost 1,500 casualties. Out of the blue, they find a girl in a field and she is the only survivor. Jack and Teal'c decide to stay in the facility to see the phenomenon while the rest of the team returns with the girl. Sam gets close to the girl called Cassandra, but soon Dr. Fraiser discovers that the Goa'uld have implanted a Naquadah bomb in Cassandra to destroy the SGC. Further, she cannot be sent back to her planet since the Stargate will dissolve the bomb. What shall the SGC do?

"Singularity" has a promising beginning and development with a story tense and sentimental. Unfortunately the writers choose the easy and commercial option of a corny and senseless conclusion, ruining one of the best episodes of this series. My vote is three.

Title (Brazil): "Singularity"


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