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Episode cast overview:
Martouf / Lantash (as J.R. Bourne)
Winston Rekert ...
Joy Coghill ...
Laara Sadiq ...
Steve Makaj ...
Roger Haskett ...
Stephen Tibbetts ...


The attempt to forge an alliance with the Tok'ra seems a miserable failure, as SG-1 is practically imprisoned as a security risk and considered virtually hostile because 'blending' by accepting to host a symbiont is a bridge too far for each of them. When SG-3 arrives and informs Sam about her cancer-terminal father General Jacob Carter's fast worsening condition, she realizes the symbiont's healing powers, confirmed to apply to cancer, make hosting an offer to good to refuse for him. Garshaw allows Sam and Jack to return and convince both generals to allow the plan, which is achieved. Meanwhile the Tok'ra must hastily evacuate, destroying tunnels behind them, because a large-scale attack by Apophis's troops is expected soon, while Jacob meets his potential symbiotic partner and his equally terminal predecessor to help him decide; Jack verifies his strong suspicion there is traitor among them, communicating with the goa'uld... Written by KGF Vissers

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11 October 1998 (USA)  »

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When Capt Carter, Jacob and Martouf are fleeing the vanishing tunnels, they ring to the surface of the planet to head for the stargate. As the rings disappear you can see their footsteps in the sand behind them leading into the ring area. See more »


Teal'c: Chelnak!
Dr. Daniel Jackson: Direct translation: Very cool!
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Written by Joel Goldsmith
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So Far, One of the Best Episodes
29 August 2015 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

Sam offers his father to blend with the Tok'ra that is dying so that his healing ability saves General Jacob. Garshaw lets Sam and Jack return to Earth to convince General Jacob to accept the offer. Meanwhile the Goa'uld spaceships are attacking the Tok'ra and they need to flee to another planet. When Jack returns with Sam and her father, he suspects that a traitor is in contact with the Goa'uld and he helps to find the responsible. Will the terminal General Jacob Carter succeed in hosting the weak Goa'uld?

"The Tok'ra: Part 2" is so far, one of the best episodes of "Stargate SG- 1". The screenplay has action entwined with drama and is engaging to the very end. My vote is nine.

Title (Brazil) "Stargate SG-1 - The Tok'ra: Part 2

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