Vala is kidnapped by agents of the Trust who are trying to find an ancient treasure when an accident causes Vala to forget who she is.



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When Vala has a dinner with Daniel, she is kidnapped by the Trust, interrogated, and dumped with almost total amnesia, as waitress in a diner, where she does however demonstrate to have retained her fighting skills when a robber has the misfortune to come during her shift. Even after Daniel figures out which Goa'ulds on Earth -including Athena, and especially Ba'al- can be involved, it proves difficult to retrieve her. And when Mitchell does, she suspiciously takes him captured, badly wounded. Written by KGF Vissers

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8 September 2006 (USA)  »

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While cuffed to the bed, Lt. Col. Mitchell (Ben Browder) can be seen with a circular scar on the left-hand side of his abdomen. That scar is a direct result of his encounter with the Sodan in Season 9's "Babylon." (Episode 9.8) See more »


When discussing the Goa'uld, Athena, Dr. Jackson says, "Athena, Greek goddess of War...". Athena was the Greek goddess of, at least her primary attribute, wisdom, not war. One of her minor spheres of influence was warfare, how wars are fought, but not war. The Greek god of War was in fact Ares. Someone like Dr. Jackson, who is so meticulous with details while talking about other Goa'uld's impersonating ancient gods, would know that and not have called her the Greek goddess of War. See more »


Lt. Colonel Cameron Mitchell: [shirtless and handcuffed to the bed, surrounded by the junk food] This, uh... isn't what it looks like.
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References The X-Files (1993) See more »


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Vala loses her memory.
12 September 2006 | by (Bucharest) – See all my reviews

The Trust kidnaps Vala and uses a Goa'uld device meant to recover some of her memories, but the device is destroyed in a bad moment and erases all her memory. There is a funny twist: she works as waitress (which seems to me to fit her perfectly - I think because of her attitude) for a couple of weeks until she singlehandedly stops two robbers. It's a classic theme (amnesia), but the script is pretty good and it works. The fans can't be disappointed as there are a few details that are adorable (Daniel takes Vala out, but refuses to call it a "date", Col. Mitchell is "kidnapped" by Vala,…). Besides these, I always find it refreshing to see the characters on Earth - in street clothes, trying to behave normally (and the actors trying to pretend they are pretending to be normal… hihihi) and the way the common people get entangled.

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