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The SG1 team embark on a trip to visit a planet with an idyllic beach, but as soon as they step through the stargate, they find they are back in the SGC. They thought that they just left, but have been missing for hours. They soon discover that an alien device has been implanted in their brains and a being called Urgo reveals himself to the team. But no one else can see him and he is extremely irritating. Will they be able to extract him before they lose their minds? Written by Anonymous

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The younger, more handsome version of Urgo is played by the actor's son, Peter DeLuise. See more »

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Due to their (SG-1) memory being erased prior to dialing back to Earth, they would never transmit the Iris code - yet in each and every case the Iris is open. This is an error because SGC mandate is to close the Iris whenever there is an incoming wormhole. See more »

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Teal'c: Appearances may be deceiving.
Jack O'Neill: One man's ceiling is another man's floor.
Dr. Daniel Jackson: A fool's paradise is a wise man's hell.
Jack O'Neill: Never run with... scissors?
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The Annoying Urgo
16 March 2016 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

Sam finds a paradisaical planet and General Hammond authorizes the SG-1 to visit it. When they cross the Stargate, they immediately return to the SGC. However they are informed that they spend lots of time in the planet. Soon Sam discovers that the idyllic planet is indeed a projection from an alien machine. Further, Dr. Fraiser discovers that they have a tiny device implanted in their brains. When an annoying alien called Urgo appears to the SG-1, nobody else in the base is capable to see him. They unsuccessfully try to destroy the device but the equipment resets and brings Urgo back. Now they try to find a way to remove the device before they get insane.

"Urgo" is a silly episode of "Stargate SG-1", with the annoying character Urgo. This sort of artificial intelligence is really irritating and the conclusion is corny. My vote is six.

Title (Brazil): "Urgo"


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