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The Fourth Horseman: Part 2 

The plague continues to spread among the US population and the President has quarantined the nation. Teal'c is pleading with the Jaffa High Council to reject Origin, but Gerak arrives, ... See full summary »

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The plague continues to spread among the US population and the President has quarantined the nation. Teal'c is pleading with the Jaffa High Council to reject Origin, but Gerak arrives, having been transformed by the Ori into a prior. Cameron and Daniel seek the blood of the prior that caused the plague in order to cure it, but have once again been captured by the Sodan. Written by trekkie4christ

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In the first scene with General Landry in sick bay, there is a woman in the bed to the right of him. There is also a man in a bed to his one o'clock. A short time later when Teal'c and Gerak arrive at the SGC, the woman has been replaced with a man, and the other aforementioned bed has vanished. There was nowhere near enough time to change the sick bay's layout as much as that. See more »

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Damaris: We are beacons on the road to enlightenment.
Lt. Colonel Cameron Mitchell: No. You're dark-side intergalactic encyclopedia salesmen.
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But I Will Die Free
3 October 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Louis Gossett Jaffa prior didn't change his mind so much as he came to his senses. He almost threw away the freedom his father, he, and so many others fought for because of his own fear of death.

It turns out Orlin's sacrifice wasn't for nothing. His work leads to a cure, off screen. It feels a little bit hollow. Orlin didn't convince a prior to turn, so his ultimate sacrifice is for nothing. He ends up in a state in which he can't remember Sam. Who cares? Random pause, monotone acting boy didn't make for a very good character.

The scene in which the prior loses his powers is good. The look on his face is priceless. Mitchell faking that the staff is about to fly out of his hand is good. Then the scene in which the prior regains his power is pretty good too.

The Ori threat picked up in this episode. Because even if priors turn, the Ori have made sure the priors can't oppose the Ori for more than one action.


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