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 »

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Detective Ryan tells SG:1 that the car that took Vala has government plates, however, after the accident the plates are standard Colorado issue tags. See more »

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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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Written by Joel Goldsmith and David Arnold
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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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