Teal'c is on his home planet, Chulak, where there is rebellion among the Jaffa warriors. He is betrayed as a sacrilegious sholva (traitor) by Rak'nor, son of a Jaffa friend of his father, and handed to Terac, the torturer of system lord Heru'ur. Ignorant of his fate, the other SG-1 members join Jacob in a risky attempt to take hold of a space mine using a Tok'ra ship piloted by Jacob. En route to the Apophis' spaceship, the expedition finds out that Teal'c is being offered as a confidence-building present from Heru'ur to cement an alliance against the other system lords, which would make the Goa'uld threat more dangerous then ever. They decide to save Teal'c but their attempt fails. However Teal'c's resistance to torture and clear conviction that Goa'uld are no gods finally convinces Rak'nor, who now bravely acts. Written by
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Jacob tells Raknor that their two ships will rendezvous on the third moon of Tichenor. This planet is named for James Tichenor
who works in various roles on the show including second unit director, writer and primarily in the visual effects department. See more
After the team beams the mine onto the ship, Carter walks into the shot. As she does you can see an outline of the composited rings device on her leg. See more
Obviously I'll need Dr. Jackson, and there may be some complicated mathematical calculations to be done, so Sam would be a big help, too.
[Jack clears his throat
Of course, Colonel O'Neill is always lots of fun to have around.
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Composed by David Arnold
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