SG-1 visits a nameless planet which fascinates Daniel as a casus of the "Broca divide", the cohabitation of stone - and bronze age people: the Touched, aggressive cavemen, and a Minoian urban civilization, the Untouched, but with a twist: it's one population, a disease can turn anyone of the Untouched, who is then banished for life, to prevent contagion, even the king's daughter. Dr. Jackson's frustration when Jack decides to return, because no goa'uld threat is found, won't be repeated as the President has added scientific research to the prioritary objectives, but in this case they didn't leave fast enough: very soon members of the team get symptoms of reversal to an animal state, infecting others on the base. General Hammond is forced to have the whole mountain quarantined. As both Teal'c and Daniel and found to be immune, they return to get a blood sample from the Untouched, while Dr. Fraiser searches frantically for an explanation and cure...
Did You Know?
First appearance of Teryl Rothery
as Dr. Janet Fraiser, who would go on to become the second most regular character of the series supporting characters, appearing in 75 episodes during the first 9 seasons. See more
General Hammond says that the people SG-1 brought back from Chulak in Stargate SG-1: Children of the Gods
(Part II) identified the last four symbols that the Goa'uld used to escape. However, in that episode, the only one near the gate was Jack, and he didn't see the symbols either. See more
I'm back to bein' myself. Just open up.
I cannot be certain you are back to being yourself. You referred to me as "Lucy".
References I Love Lucy
Written by Joel Goldsmith
and David Arnold See more