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With the Stargate program in danger of being terminated, the team is under pressure to find technology. Visiting a planet where they believe there is a creature that possesses the secret of invisibility, they encounter Apophis and his guards. Both sides receiving mortal wounds, they are aided by the planet's inhabitants, the Nox, a gentle people with a very large secret. Written by minnadoon

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First time the Goa'uld use a personal body shield, which allows slow moving objects to penetrate but is otherwise impervious to projectile weapons; this is similar to the personal shields used in the DUNE books. See more »

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The credit for Michasha Armstrong's character Shak'l is misspelled as "Skak'l" in the end credits. See more »

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Jack O'Neill: The very young do not always do as they're told.
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A Good Episode with Some Nice Developments
2 April 2017 | by See all my reviews

Season 1 of Stargate SG-1 has been very solid so far, and "The Nox" continues this solid streak. I can tell that this episode is a very important one in the series, with a lot of development both with the Goa'uld story with Apophis, and also introducing a new race called the Nox which I'm sure will be very important in the story later on, with the nice twist this episode had at the end. There are a few silly moments in this episode, especially with how weak the Goa'uld soldiers seemed to be, but Apophis continues to be a solid villain, and I'm looking forward to him appearing again. There are some nice moments of humour between the Nox and the humans (especially O'Neill as usual), and Teal'c continues to be a badass, although I would like his character to start getting some development soon. Overall, I think the series has been steadily improving since the pilot, and the writers seem to be more confident in their stories, and their characters. I've also noticed that there have been less sudden tonal changes from silly to serious, and the mix between comedy, drama, and action has also improved a lot. Another good edition to the season.


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