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Thor's Chariot 

O'Neill and the team return to Cimmeria, the planet where they destroyed Thor's Hammer to help Teal'c escape. They find that the Goa'uld have invaded and many of the people are dead. Can ... See full summary »

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... Colonel Jack O'Neill
... Dr. Daniel Jackson / Thor
... Captain Samantha Carter
... Teal'c
... Major General George Hammond
... Gairwyn
... Olaf
... Heru'ur (as Douglas H. Arthurs)
... Thor
... Technician
Michael Tiernan ... Horus Warrior
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O'Neill and the team return to Cimmeria, the planet where they destroyed Thor's Hammer to help Teal'c escape. They find that the Goa'uld have invaded and many of the people are dead. Can they help to find Thor's weapons to fight off the invasion before they are all captured or killed? Written by Anonymous

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first mention of the Asgard in this episode See more »

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While this episode is supposed to be set on the same planet (Cimmeria) as the first season episode "Thor's Hammer", the physical setting of the Stargate, and the landscape around it, are very different between the 2 episodes. See more »

Quotes

Dr. Daniel Jackson: This is the Hall of Might?
Gairwyn: You were expecting something different?
Dr. Daniel Jackson: Well... uh... maybe a hall?
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References Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) See more »

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Written by Joel Goldsmith
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Pi
18 April 2018 | by See all my reviews

Yeah...Pi is the Diameter to the circumference, not the radius to the circumference. Usual good stuff from SG1 otherwise.


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