General Landry accompanies SG-1 on a mission to collect the knowledge of the Asgard. When the Ori show up however, Sam is forced to evacuate the crew and Landry and SG-1 stay aboard, but ... See full summary »

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General Landry accompanies SG-1 on a mission to collect the knowledge of the Asgard. When the Ori show up however, Sam is forced to evacuate the crew and Landry and SG-1 stay aboard, but are stuck helpless in a time dilation field for decades. Written by MitchellSG-1

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22 June 2007 (USA)  »

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When Thor beams on the ship, and Sam seems to know exactly which Asgard it is, Vala asks, "Out of curiosity, how can you tell the difference?" Daniel says, "The voice." Michael Shanks has always done the voice of Thor. See more »

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Lt. Colonel Cameron Mitchell: See, what we need, is we need Superman to fly around the ship really, really fast.
Lt. Col. Samantha Carter: Oh, if you only knew how ridiculous that was.
Lt. Colonel Cameron Mitchell: No, it only sounds ridiculous till you hear yourself say, "I am trapped on a spaceship stuck in a time-dilation field."
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One Of The Greatest Shows Ever
14 March 2007 | by (Ireland) – See all my reviews

This show has been my escape from reality for the past ten years. I will sadly miss it. Although Atlantis has filled the hole a small bit.

The last ever episode of SG1(on television anyway)was beautifully done. Robert wrote something that felt close to reality. As though he was trying to explain what it was like on the set of the show. (Everyone working closely together for such a long time there are bound to up's and downs. But over the years they've turned into a family). I thought this was a wonderful way to end despite anyone else's criticisms.

SG1 was something special and time and time again it took me across thresholds of disbelief and amazement. The wonderful characters, stories, directors, writers. From episode one I was hooked. The blend of action, science, drama and especially comedy worked so well that made me keep wanting more.

There are no real words in which to completely express what this show meant to me. I can only thank those who kept the show so fresh and entertaining for so many years. It has inspired me to do many things that I thought was impossible.

I look forward to the movies next year and I really hope there will be a number of them. I never want the show to die.

Stargate SG1 - 1997 - 2007?


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