Stargate SG-1: Season 3, Episode 16

Urgo (28 Jan. 2000)

TV Episode  |  TV-14  |   |  Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
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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, ... See full summary »

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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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Dom DeLuise ad libbed most of his lines. See more »

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Urgo is supposed to be invisible to everyone except SG-1. But in the infirmary when they are describing Urgo to Dr. Fraiser, the guard behind him keeps looking directly at him (and occasionally smirking). See more »

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Dr. Janet Fraiser: [about Urgo] Okay, so what does he look like?
Jack O'Neill: A famous tenor.
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Light hearted
6 July 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Every now and then, even a serious sci-fi/action series needs a little comedy as a palate cleanser. In his role as "Urgo," Dom DeLouise delivered.

This episode is a sometimes silly, light hearted romp. It's directed by Dom's oldest son, Peter. Peter DeLouise directed many of the more serious episodes of SG 1. It's clear that both father and son enjoyed working on this installment.

It's well acted and the episode is over before you know it. If you take Stargate seriously, this little bit of comedy might not be your thing. If you're ready to be entertained by a legendary funny man... Click play and enjoy.


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