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89 - Enemies (2/3)

Original title : Enemies (2/3)
First Aired : 29.06.2001 (USA) 29.03.2002 (FRANCE)
Director : Martin Wood
Writing credits : Robert C. Cooper From a Story by Brad Wright, Robert C. Cooper, Joseph Mallozzi & Paul Mullie
Cast : Carmen Argenziano (Jacob Carter), Peter Williams (Apophis)

The Story : SG1 and Jacob Carter are trapped in another galaxy with Apophis while Teal'c is ressurected as a loyal soldier of Apophis with no memory of his defection.

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90 - Threshold (3/3)

Original title : Threshold (3/3)
First Aired : 06.07.2001 (USA) 29.03.2002 (FRANCE)
Director : Peter DeLuise
Writing credits : Brad Wright
Cast : Tony Amendola (Bra'tac), Eric Schneider (Dr. MacKenzie), Teryl Rothery (Dr. Fraiser), Peter Williams (Apophis)

The Story : Bra'tac must perform a Jaffa ritual brining Teal'c to the brink of death to restore his true self.

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91 - Ascension

Original title : Ascension
First Aired : 13.07.2001 (USA) 12.04.2002 (FRANCE)
Director : Martin Wood
Writing credits : Robert C. Cooper
Cast : Ben Wilkinson (O'Brien), Sean Patrick Flanery (Orlin)

The Story : Carter finds romance from an alien who secretly followed her back from his planet.

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92 - Fifth Man

Original title : Fifth Man
First Aired : 20.07.2001 (USA) 12.04.2002 (FRANCE)
Director : Peter DeLuise
Writing credits : Joseph Mallozzi & Paul Mullie
Cast : John de Lancie (Col. Frank Simmons)

The Story : Teal'c, Carter and Daniel return to the SGC, but are faced with difficult questions from General Hammond when they report a mysterious fifth member of SG-1 is trapped on the planet with Jack...

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93 - Red Sky

Original title : Red Sky
First Aired : 27.07.2001 (USA) 12.04.2002 (FRANCE)
Director : Martin Wood
Writing credits : Ron Wilkerson
Cast : John de Lancie (Col. Frank Simmons)

The Story : SG1's visit to an alien planet with an Amish-like society brings about its destruction, and its protectors the Asgard are absent.

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94 - The Rite of Passage

Original title : The Rite of Passage
First Aired : 03.08.2001 (USA) 03.05.2002 (FRANCE)
Director : Peter DeLuise
Writing credits : Heather E. Ash
Cast : Richard de Klerk (Dominic), Colleen Renison (Cassandra), Jacqueline Samuda (Nirrti), Teryl Rothery (Dr. Fraiser)

The Story : Cassandra developes telekinetic powers, the outburst of which starts to kill her. Dr. Fraiser uncovers a dark secret on her home planet.

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95 - Beast of Burden

Original title : Beast of Burden
First Aired : 10.08.2001 (USA) 03.05.2002 (FRANCE)
Director : Martin Wood
Writing credits : DeLuise
Cast : Larry Drake (), Dion Johnstone (Chaka)

The Story : When Daniel's friend Chaka is abducted by slave traders, SG-1 go through the stargate to rescue him. However when the opportunity to free him comes, Chaka refuses to leave, and Daniel discovers Chaka has become the leader of the other Unas slaves. Once SG-1 escapes, with the help of the Unas, Chaka and his new followers stay behind to gain their freedom.

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96 - The Tomb

Original title : The Tomb
First Aired : 17.08.2001 (USA) 03.05.2002 (FRANCE)
Director : Peter DeLuise
Writing credits : Joseph Mallozzi & Paul Mullie
Cast : Gary Chalk (Colonel Chekov), Alexander Kalugin (Earl Pastko)

The Story : SG-1 goes to a planet with a Russian unit into a mysterious Babylonian ziggarat which they are trapped in and must find a way out before a mysterious creature can get them...

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97 - Between Two Fires

Original title : Between Two Fires
First Aired : 24.08.2001 (USA) 10.05.2002 (FRANCE)
Director : William Gereghty
Writing credits : Ron Wilkerson
Cast : Garwin Sanford (Narim), Marie Stillin (High Chancellor Travell), Peter Wingfield (Tanith)

The Story : At the funeral of Omoc of the Tollan (from "Enigma"), High Chancellor Travell approaches the team and opens discussion about trading high technology. The Tollan Curia want resources in return for ion cannons. Meanwhile, Narim warns Sam that the Tollan have some ulterior motive, and Omoc may have been murdered to insure his silence. Jack and Teal'c track the shipment and discover it will be used to make bombs that utilize the Tollan's phase-shift technology to phase through Earth's Stargate iris. Daniel and Sam are captured, and discover that a mysterious unnamed System Lord has developed pyramid ship shielding immune to the Tollan's ion cannons. The Lord's representative, the believed-to-be-deceased Tanith, forces the Tollan to test a bomb and destroy Earth, since if the Gou'ald do so it will break the treaty with the Asgard. With the aid of Narim, Jack and Teal'c destroy the bombs, and the Gou'ald go to war with the Tollan.

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98 - 2001

Original title : 2001
First Aired : 31.08.2001 (USA) 10.05.2002 (FRANCE)
Director : Peter DeLuise
Writing credits : Brad Wright
Cast : Ronny Cox (Senator Kinsey)

The Story : On a agarian planet, SG-1 meets the Ashen Confederacy (from the episode "2010"). The Ashen are more then willing to trade high-tech. However, process of elimination determines that the Ashen homeworld may be the coordinates that the 2010-future O'Neill sent back on a note to the "present" with instructions to avoid. The President, an the ever-lovable Senator Kinsey, are eager for the treaty to go forward. Meanwhile, Daniel and Teal'c determine that some great calamity befell the population of the agriculture world, reducing them from millions to thousands and eliminating their industrial base. Kinsey keeps O'Neill from interfering, but Carter and the U.S. diplomat manage to trick the Ashen into revealing that they plan to subject Earth's population to a long-term sterilization procedure.

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99 - Desparate Measures

Original title : Desparate Measures
First Aired : 07.09.2001 (USA) 10.05.2002 (FRANCE)
Director : William Gereghty
Writing credits : Joseph Mallozzi & Paul Mullie
Cast : Tom McBeath (Harry Maybourne), John de Lancie (Colonel John Symmonds)

The Story : Carter is kidnapped by mysterious men, and taken to a medical facility. The SG team try to find her, and O'Neill contacts Harry Maybourne to try to find her. Maybourne claims the NID, and Col. Symmonds, are behind the abduction, but Symmonds claims Maybourne is responsible. It turns out Maybourne helped a rich, dying businessman, Adrian Wright, to get hold of a symbiote so that he could use it to cure himself. But he needs the medical data from Sam's body (due to the fact she was possessed by a symbiote) to make it work. The SG team tracks Sam down before they can do the necessary autopsy to get the info they need, but not before Wright has the symbiote put into his body. The symbiote/Wright is cornered by O'Neill, who is shot by Symmonds and helps the symbiote to escape. While the team thinks Maybourne shot Jack, Symmonds and symbiote/Wright begin to negotiate for the symbiote's knowledge.

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100 - Wormhole X-Treme!

Original title : Wormhole X-Treme!
First Aired : 08.09.2001 (USA) 17.05.2002 (FRANCE)
Director : Peter DeLuise
Writing credits : Brad Wright, Josoph Mallozzi & Paul Mullie
Cast : Willie Garson (Martin), Peter DeLuise (The Director), Michael DeLuise (Nick Marlowe), Jill Teed (Yolanda Reese/Stacy Monroe), Christian Bocher (Raymond Gunn/Dr. Levant)

The Story : Martin from "Point of No Return" has amnesia again, but has managed to become a TV "creative consultant" by selling a script from his vague memories of SG-1. The government approved the go-ahead for the show as a cover for their covert SG organization, but now the ship that Martin and his fellow aliens came in on is heading back to Earth. Jack goes undercover as a military consultant for the show, Wormhole X-Treme! ("Because shows with an "X" in the title do better in the ratings"). Martin's other aliens are after him as well, and send Sam and Daniel on a path that intersects with the NID. It turns out Martin gave himself amnesia to forget the devastation that had destroyed his home planet, and his fellow aliens want the control device back so they can take control of the pre-programmed ship when it arrives back on Earth. Jack eventually turns the control device over to the aliens, but Martin chooses to stay behind to take advantage of his newfound fame now that the show's crew have footage of the alien ship arriving.

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101 - Proving Ground

Original title : Proving Ground
First Aired : 28.10.2001 (UK) 08.03.2002 (USA) 17.05.2002 (FRANCE)
Director : Andy Mikita
Writing credits : Ron Wilkerson
Cast : David Kopp (Lt. Grogan), Elisabeth Rosen (Cadet Jennifer Hayley), Courtenay J. Stevens (Lt. Elliot), Grace Park (Lt. Satterfield), Michael Kopsa (General Kerrigan)

The Story : The SGC is running a group of cadets through training, and O'Neill isn't particularly satisfied with the group. When they fail two training exercises, Jack is ready to drop them out of the SGC program until he gets word of an alien incursion and is forced to take the cadets on as he invades SGC headquarters. It soon becomes clear (to the audience) the "invasion" is another training exercise. The cadets eventually figure it out but one of them, Haley, doesn't find out and opens the Stargate after taking the controls off-line. Haley is knocked out and radiation floods the chamber as the Gou'ald launch an attack...except that's a test too when the team leader, Elliot, goes back to rescue her...

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102 - 48 Hours

Original title : 48 Hours
First Aired : 05.12.2001 (UK) 15.03.2002 (USA) 17.05.2002 (FRANCE)
Director : Peter F. Woeste
Writing credits : Robert C. Cooper
Cast : Tom McBeath (Harry Maybourne), David Hewlett (Rodney McKay), John de Lancis (Col. Frank Simmons), Colin Cunningham (Major Paul Davis), Bill Marchant (Adrian Conrad Goa'uld)

The Story : A Stargate mishap leaves Teal'c trapped inside the Stargate network. Any effort to use the Gate will erase his stored patterns, but the government, as represented by Col. Simmonds, want the Gate reactivated regardless of the cost. They give Hammond 48 hours to resolve the matter, and give him a specialist, McKay, to help. Meanwhile, Daniel is off to Russia to negotiate with the Russians to borrow their DHD to aid in Teal'c recovery. The Russians aren't happy that the U.S. government have been holding back on Gate developments, and delay. Meanwhile yet again, Jack is contact by Harry Maybourne, who warns him about Simmonds' perfidy. And Simmonds contacts Hammond and offers him a fix for Teal'c's predicament in return for some favor. Jack figures out Simmonds must have got the information from the captured Gou'ald, and he and Harry track him down. Although the Gou'ald is reluctant to talk, Jack finds the taped conversation between him and Simmonds. They use the tape as evidence to put away Simmonds, and use the solution to recover Teal'c over McKay's protests.

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103 - The Summit (1/2)

Original title : The Summit (1/2)
First Aired : 19.12.2001 (UK) 22.03.2002 (USA) 31.05.2002 (FRANCE)
Director : Martin Wood
Writing credits : Joseph Mallozzi & Paul Mullie
Cast : Kevin Durand (Zipacna), Anna-Louise Plowman (Osiris), William deVry (Aldwin), Cliff Simon (Ba'al)

The Story : Osiris ("The Curse") goes to war with the System Lords, leading to a massive peace summitt on a hevially armed space station.

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104 - Last Stand (2/2)

Original title : Last Stand (2/2)
First Aired : 07.01.2002 (UK) 29.03.2002 (USA) 31.05.2002 (FRANCE)
Director : Martin Wood
Writing credits : Robert C. Cooper
Cast : Anna-Louise Plowman (Osiris), Cliff Simon (Ba'al)

The Story : Osiris ("The Curse") goes to war with the System Lords, leading to a massive peace summitt on a hevially armed space station.

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105 - Fail Safe

Original title : Fail Safe
First Aired : 12.12.2001 (UK) 05.04.2002 (USA) 31.05.2002 (FRANCE)
Director : Andy Mikita
Writing credits : Joseph Mallozzi & Paul Mullie
Cast : Colin Cunningham (Major Paul Davis)

The Story : Earth finds itself threatened when SG Command learns that an asteroid is on a collision course with the planet. The Asgard can't interfere because it's a natural disaster, and the Tok'ra are on the run. SG-1 fixes a crashed cargo ship and intercept the asteroid with a bomb. Things go from bad to worse as their engines cut out, they all but crash, and the air leaks out. Making things even worse, they discover a store of naquata (sic) in the asteroid's core. The Gou'ald towed the asteroid into position and shoved it toward Earth. If the bomb detonates it'll ignite the naquata, causing a nova-like explosion. Meanwhile the bomb has been hit by a rock, and Jack must make a quick disarm attempt. Well past the fail safe point, they have only one option: use the wrecked cargo ship's hyperdrive to blast the entire asteroid into orbit just before it impacts Earth. They pull it off with just seconds to spare...

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106 - The Warrior

Original title : The Warrior
First Aired : 16.01.2002 (UK) 12.04.2002 (USA) 07.06.2002 (FRANCE)
Director : Peter DeLuise
Writing credits : Peter DeLuise From a Story by Christopher Judge
Cast : Rick Worthy (), Obi Nfedo (), Tony Amendola (Bra'tac), Rick Worthy (Katano), Obi Ndefo (Rak'nor)

The Story : Kytano, a charismatic Jaffa leader who defeated his own weak System Lord, Imhotep, tries to rally his people against the Goa'uld, and seeks to forge an alliance with Earth. Kytano creates a new Jaffa homeworld. His army is made from the armies of killed System Lords. SG-1 meets with him and supply them with Earth guns and weapons. However, as Jack starts to see Kytano's growing messianic complex he becomes worried. Teal'c and Bra'tac are swept along in Kytano's crusade despite Jack's misgivings. Teal'c is sent on a suicide mission against the System Lord Isu, who readily defeats him. It turns out one of Isu's rivals has set a trap using a ship Kytano believes will hold mutineers to his cause. Isu sets Teal'c free and he challenges Kytano to a death duel. It turns out Kytano has been taken over by Imhotep's symbiote and Teal'c manages to kill him--the whole thing has been a sham set up by Imhotep to strengthen his power base...

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107 - Menace

Original title : Menace
First Aired : 16.01.2002 (UK) 26.04.2002 (USA) 07.06.2002 (FRANCE)
Director : Martin Wood
Writing credits : Peter DeLuise From a Story by James Tichenor
Cast : Gary Jones (Sgt. Davis), Danielle Nicolet (Reese), Danielle Nicolet (Naris)

The Story : SG1 explores a planet and finds an inactive android. When they reactivate it, it identifies itself as Reese and doesn't seem to know it's an android. Meanwhile, they find evidence that the Replicators were active on the planet. Reese doesn't accept she is an android and seems intent on getting out, while making "toys" using the nanotechnology in her own body, including a Replicator. When confronted Reese confesses she built the Replicators and they got out of her control and killed her "father" and everyone else on the planet, and when she gets out of control the Replicator goes berserk. Unable to contact the Asgard, Hammond orders SG-1 to shut down the Reese robot. She sends the Replicators through the base and heads for the Stargate, and Daniel goes in to try and win her trust and remove her power chip but fails. Hammond and Carter set the self-destruct while Jack gets in and shoots Reese - she shuts down the Replicators before she finally "dies".

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108 - Sentinel

Original title : Sentinel
First Aired : 23.01.2002 (UK) 03.05.2002 (USA) 07.06.2002 (FRANCE)
Director : Peter DeLuise
Writing credits : Ron Wilkerson
Cast : David Kopp (Lt. Grogan), Shawn Reis (Jaffa Commander)

The Story : SG1 finds a world under siege by Anubis' forces because the "Shades of Grey" NID team disabled the planet's defenses. SG1 must work with the captured team members to restore them.

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109 - Meridian

Original title : Meridian
First Aired : 30.01.2002 (UK) 10.05.2002 (USA) 03.05.2002 (FRANCE)
Director : William Waring
Writing credits : Robert C. Cooper
Cast : Corin Nemec (Jonas Quinn), Teryl Rothery (Dr. Fraiser), Carmen Argenziano (Gerenal Jocob Carter/Selmak)

The Story : An alien world is threatened with destruction when they attempt to build a weapon of mass destruction. An accident threatens thousands and Daniel sacrifices himself to save them, exposing himself to massive radiation.

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110 - Revelations

Original title : Revelations
First Aired : 07.02.2002 (UK) 17.05.2002 (USA) 14.06.2002 (FRANCE)
Director : Martin Wood
Writing credits : Joseph Mallozzi & Paul Mullie
Cast : Anna-Louise Plowman (Osiris), Teryl Rothery (Heimdall (Voice)), Michael Shanks (Thor (Voice))

The Story : In the aftermath of Daniel's departure, a greif-striken and shattered SG-1 team are called upon by the Asgard to help them rescue a scientest stranded on a moon under attack from Osiris and Anubis, Comander Thor has been presumed killed, but in reality he is being held prisoner by the system lords...

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