A strange ship is headed towards Earth, and the SGC suspects that Martin Lloyd and his companions may have something to do with it. O'Neill is sent to speak to Martin and is assigned as a ... See full summary »

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A strange ship is headed towards Earth, and the SGC suspects that Martin Lloyd and his companions may have something to do with it. O'Neill is sent to speak to Martin and is assigned as a military consultant on Martin's new show, "Wormhole X-treme!", which uncannily resembles SG-1 despite Martin once again losing his memory. His former shipmates stall Carter and Daniel by throwing them off the trail and into the hands of the NID. Written by Kaele

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O'Neill claims to be doing a security check because "one of our generals is doing a guest spot on the show". Michael E. Ryan, then Chief of Staff of the United States Air Force, did a guest spot in Stargate SG-1: Prodigy (2001). See more »

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At the end of the show Jack and Teal'c give the device to Tanner and his men and they "beam" up to their ship. As Teal'c turns and walks away you can see through his shirt to the trucks behind him. See more »

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Raymond 'Ray' Gunne: I'm Christian Bocher. I'm portraying the character of Raymond Gunne, who portrays the character of Dr. Levant which is based on the character, uh, Daniel Jackson, portrayed by the actor Michael Shanks, originally portrayed by the actor James Spader in the feature film.
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At the end of the episode, there are several scenes in which the "Wormhole Xtreme" cast and crew break the fourth wall, discussing the fact that their show is a show within a show. See more »

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Silly and Annoying
24 December 2016 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

When a spaceship heads toward Earth, Sam concludes that she is coming for Martin Lloyd and his mates. Soon the SG-1 learns that Martin is working in the cinema industry as creator and adviser of the show "Wormhole X-Treme!", a parody of the "Stargate SG-1". Jack is assigned as military consultant of the show to be close to Martin and he realizes that he lost his memory again. Meanwhile Sam and Daniel discover that the NID is plotting a scheme to get the ship.

"Wormhole X-Treme!" is probably the silliest episode of "Stargate SG- 1". The show is shifting to another direction, with the irritating participation of the notorious NID, instead of traveling to other planets. My vote is five.

Title (Brazil): "Wormhole X-Treme!"


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