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Double Jeopardy 

On planet Juna, SG-1 gets a hostile welcome from the local warriors leader Darian, who seems incredulous they even dared to return. They loyally deliver Sam and Teal'c, the particularly ... See full summary »

Director:

Michael Shanks

Writers:

Brad Wright (developed for television by), Jonathan Glassner (developed for television by) | 1 more credit »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Richard Dean Anderson ... Colonel Jack O'Neill / Android O'Neill
Michael Shanks ... Android Daniel Jackson
Amanda Tapping ... Major Samantha Carter / Android Carter
Christopher Judge ... Teal'c / Android Teal'c
Don S. Davis ... Major General George Hammond
Belinda Waymouth Belinda Waymouth ... Ja'din
Jay Brazeau ... Harlan
Ron Halder Ron Halder ... Cronus
Matthew Harrison ... Darian
Bill Croft ... Sindar
Daniel Bacon ... Technician
Tracey Hway ... Hira
Michael Jonsson ... Juna Warrior
John DeSantis ... Jaffa #1 (as John De Santis)
Paul Stafford Paul Stafford ... Jaffa #2
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On planet Juna, SG-1 gets a hostile welcome from the local warriors leader Darian, who seems incredulous they even dared to return. They loyally deliver Sam and Teal'c, the particularly hated shol'va (Jaffa traitor) to Cronus (who took over as system lord after SG-1 helped chase Heru'ur) and told them to bury the Stargate. Cronus orders Darian to decapitate Daniel by staff weapon- to find his head is robotic. Cronus's obvious astonishment makes Darian doubt his divinity. At SGC, Harlan urge them to go on a mission. The master robot-creator tells them that the robot versions he created need to recharge after 48. In order to prevent the Goa'uld picking their mind copies, they reluctantly go. Darian now joins them, but feels most of his people won't dare challenge Cronus ever. The two Teal'cs concentrate on revenging the original's father by attacking Cronus recklessly, while the Sams and Jacks deal with the military problems and overthrowing the Goa'uld rule. Written by KGF Vissers

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USA | Canada

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English

Release Date:

16 February 2001 (USA) See more »

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Color

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16 : 9
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Trivia

The only episode in the series directed by leading actor Michael Shanks. See more »

Goofs

When Major Carter is reading the planet name from the screen she calls it P3X729, but the screen clearly says P2X729. See more »

Quotes

Major General George Hammond: Colonel O'Neill, it was my understanding that the robots agreed to bury their Stargate and never leave their planet.
Colonel Jack O'Neill: [pause] Yes sir...
Major General George Hammond: Then it would seem that your robot counterpart is equally as good at following orders as you.
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Full of Action and a Surprising Twist
1 September 2016 | by claudio_carvalhoSee all my reviews

The SG-1 arrives on planet Juna and are attacked by the natives and a Jaffa. Jack escapes but Sam, Daniel and Teal'c are captured. The native Darin recognizes the group and they are brought to Sindar in a pyramid. Sindar summons Cronus and the SG-1 are imprisoned in a cell. Meanwhile Darin stumbles upon Jack in his house and he tells what happened to Juno after the SG-1 defeats Heru'ur and Cronus arrival to slave them. Cronus arrives and asks Darin to execute Daniel. When he fires his Staff weapon, they realize that Daniel is an android. Meanwhile Harlan ("Tin Man") arrives at the SGC asking for help to save his androids since the Goa'uld may get information from their memories. What will General Hammond decide?

"Double Jeopardy" is a full of action episode with a surprising plot point when the viewer discloses that Daniel is an android. Fortunately the annoying Harlan has a minor participation. My vote is eight.

Title (Brazil): "Double Jeopardy"


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