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133 - Fallen (1/2)

Original title : Fallen (1/2)
First Aired : 13.06.2003 (USA) 09.04.2004 (FRANCE)
Director : Martin Wood
Writing credits : Robert C. Cooper
Cast : Gary Jones (Technician/Sergeant Walter Davis), David Palffy (Anubis), Michael Adamthwaite (Her'ak), Vince Crestejo (Goa'uld System Lord Yu-huang "Yu The Great" Shang Ti), Eric Breker (Reynolds) , Corin Nemec (Jonas Quinn), George Touliatos (Shamda), Kevan Ohtsji (Oshu), Raahul Singh (Khordib), Johannah Newmarch (Sina), Mary-Jane Baker (Special Forces)

The Story : As previously reported, Daniel is found by some natives. However, his next contact is with an SG team (not SG-1) and some scientists, who then go find SG-1 to report their 'find.' And apparently while Daniel, who lost his memory but is regaining it to some degree, Yu is doing the opposite, as his age and overuse of the sarcophagsus is scrambling his brain cells. Or something like that.

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134 - Homecoming (2/2)

Original title : Homecoming (2/2)
First Aired : 13.06.2003 (USA) 09.04.2004 (FRANCE)
Director : Martin Wood
Writing credits : Joseph Mallozzi & Paul Mullie
Cast : David Palffy (Anubis), Michael Adamthwaite (Her'ak) , Gillian Barber (Ambassador Dralok), Doug Abrahams (Commander Hale), Corin Nemec (Jonas Quinn), Kevan Ohtsji (Oshu), Cliff Simon (Lord Ba'al), Adrian Hough (Gou'ald Lieutenant), Glynis Davies (Ambassador Noor), Jan Bos (Ambassador Sevarin), Daniel Cudmore (Jaffa), Aaron Thompson (Jaffa)

The Story : Jonas is Anubis' prisoner but they don't want to kill him, not just yet (probably due to what we learned in "Metamorphosis" on how Jonas has a different physiology).

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135 - Fragile Balance

Original title : Fragile Balance
First Aired : 20.06.2003 (USA) 09.04.2004 (FRANCE)
Director : Peter DeLuise
Writing credits : Damian Kindler
Cast : Carmen Argenziano (Jacob Carter/Sel'mac), Dan Payne (SF #2), Michael Shanks (Thor (voice)), Teryl Rothery (Dr. Janet Fraiser) , Noah Beggs (Security Force Officer), Michael Welch (Young Jack), Gregory Bennett (Lt. Col. Beck), Tom Heaton (Werner), Poppi Reiner (Pamela), Ed Hong-Louie (Zyang Wu), Theresa Lee (Interpreter), Ralph Alderman (Shop Owner), Evan Lendrum (Pilot #1), Chris Kramer (Pilot #2), Peter DeLuise (Loki (voice))

The Story : A young teenager arrives at the SGC and tries to enter using Colonel O'Neill's pass card. He insists that he really is Jack, and that he just woke up small this morning and can't explain it. Grown-up Jack can't be found anywhere. "He then tries to convince his team mates that he really is the colonel they know and love. In doing so, he reveals that in the as-yet unaired Season Six episode 'The Changeling' Teal'c and Bra'tac both lost their larval Goa'uld in an attack, and have to now take a drug called tretonin that is made from ground up Goa'ulds' in order to survive. As the episode progresses, we learn that Young Jack is actually a clone of the missing colonel. And like Charlie in Season Two's 'Show and Tell,' his body is shutting down. He will die shortly if he doesn't get help. Jacob Carter is in this one. Just who made this clone of Jack and why, and where the real Jack is, are all still a mystery. They're going to need a very good young actor to play this part, since Young Jack talks and acts like a grown-up Colonel O'Neill, despite his small size. He's suppose to be about 14 years old.

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136 - Orpheus

Original title : Orpheus
First Aired : 27.06.2003 (USA) 16.04.2004 (FRANCE)
Director : Peter DeLuise
Writing credits : Peter DeLuise
Cast : Neil Denis (Rya'c), Tony Amendola (Bra'tac), Gary Jones (Technician/Sergeant Walter Davis), Obi Ndefo (Rak'nor), Teryl Rothery (Dr. Janet Fraiser) , David Richmond-Peck (Jaffa Commander), Sheri Noel (Physiotherapist)

The Story : A Jaffa-centric episode, and it's not a good day for the ones who like the Tauri. Teal'c's son Rya'c, and Bra'tac, are prisoners at a Jaffa death camp. SG-1, however, will not let their friends meet a lethal end and are determined to rescue them. Along the way, Teal'c becomes a prisoner (whether by mistake or in order to save his son, it's not clear) and his fate looks very precarious (since he's a Sholva).

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137 - Revisions

Original title : Revisions
First Aired : 11.07.2003 (USA) 16.04.2004 (FRANCE)
Director : Martin Wood
Writing credits : Joseph Mallozzi & Paul Mullie
Cast : videAmanda Tapping (Captain/Major/ Lt. Colonel Samantha Carter), Gary Jones (Technician/Sergeant Walter Davis), Christopher Heyerdahl (Pallan), Peter LaCroix (Kendrick), Tiffany Knight (Evalla), Liam Ranger (Nevin), Wendy Noel (Councilwoman), Michael Robinson (Councilman), Patrick Keating (Councilman), Finn Michael (Councilman)

The Story : The team encounters a planet with a society that has lived for centuries within a computer-controlled environment within a bubble. Outside, the rest of the world is a toxic wasteland. O'Neill, Teal'c, Sam and Daniel meet the inhabitants, who live very simply (think medieval) but are all linked to the computer through little devices on their head. The inhabitants are friendly, and possibly quite willing to do some trading, so Daniel and Sam go off with a young married couple, while Jack and Teal'c stay with a father and his son. Nevin, the son, begins to hero-worship Jack and wants to be just like him. SG-1 offers them a better life via relocation to another world, but the inhabitants are oddly reluctantly to leave a world (albeit it very small and restrictive) where everything is provided to them by the computer link. Some of the folk are amenable to leaving, but suddenly change their minds. While Daniel discovers shocking evidence in the townfolks' library, the rest of SG-1 realizes that the computer is altering the inhabitants memories, possibly to the point that the townsfolk could pose a threat to SG-1.

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138 - Lifeboat

Original title : Lifeboat
First Aired : 18.07.2003 (USA) 16.04.2004 (FRANCE)
Director : Peter DeLuise
Writing credits : Brad Wright
Cast : Gary Jones (Technician/Sgt. Walter Davis), Teryl Rothery (Dr. Janet Fraiser) , James Parks (Pharrin), Travis Webster (Tryan), Ryan Drescher (Young Keenin), Kimberly Unger (Infirmary Nurse), Rob Hayter (Orderly), Colin Corrigan (Med Team Leader), Travis Wester (Tryan)

The Story : SG-1 discover an alien ship crashed on a planet. Daniel is overtaken by some of the crew members -- they have hijacked his brain. Daniel is becoming ill. Carter suggests to the commander that they can help get them to another world...

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139 - Enemy Mine

Original title : Enemy Mine
First Aired : 25.07.2003 (USA) 23.04.2004 (FRANCE)
Director : Peter DeLuise
Writing credits : Peter DeLuise
Cast : Alex Zahara (Iron Shirt), G. Patrick Currie (Chaka), Gary Jones (Technician/ Master Sergeant Walter Davis) , Michael Rooker (Colonel Edwards), Steven Williams (General Vidrine), Kavan Smith (Major Lorne), Michael Shore (Lt. Menard), Dean Redman (Lt. Woeste), Kirk Caouette (Lt. Ritter), Sean Tyson (Unas #1), Wycliff Hartwig (Unas #2)

The Story : SG-1 has encountered a race which isn't rubbing sticks together to make a fire, but instead, is pretty high tech, and like humans, wastes their technologies on such things as space races. However, SG1 has its own problems. Carter is involved in the race with a pilot named Eamon. But, they've lost Teal'c, who apparently has been abducted. Something to do with the various alien races involved in corruption, conspiracies, greed. Gee, they sound sorta human after all...

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140 - Space Race

Original title : Space Race
First Aired : 01.08.2003 (USA) 23.04.2004 (FRANCE)
Director : Andy Mikita
Writing credits : Damian Kindler
Cast : Alex Zahara (Warrick), G. Patrick Currie (Eamon) , Scott MacDonald (Jarlath), Terence Kelly (Hagan), Allan Lysell (Del Tynan), Hillary Cooper (Receptionist), Lindsay Maxwell (La'el Montrose), Nick Misura (Taupen), Colin Murdock (Ardal Hadraig), Peter Kelamis (Coyle Baron), Ben Ayres (Muirios)

The Story : SG-1 has encountered a race which isn't rubbing sticks together to make a fire, but instead, is pretty high tech, and like humans, wastes their technologies on such things as space races. However, SG1 has its own problems. Carter is involved in the race with a pilot named Eamon. But, they've lost Teal'c, who apparently has been abducted. Something to do with the various alien races involved in corruption, conspiracies, greed. Gee, they sound sorta human after all...

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141 - Avenger 2.0

Original title : Avenger 2.0
First Aired : 08.08.2003 (USA) 23.04.2004 (FRANCE)
Director : Martin Wood
Writing credits : Paul Mullie & Joseph Mallozzi
Cast : Gary Jones (Technician/Sergeant Walter Davis) , Chris Lozanski (Jaffa #9), Ron Robinson (Jaffa #8), Sylvester Stuart (Jaffa #10), Paul Lazenby (Jaffa #1), Tony Morelli (Jaffa #7), James Michaelopolis (Jaffa #6), Christopher Sayour (Jaffa #5), Terrance Morris (Jaffa #4), Patrick McKenna (Jay Felger), Jim Dunn (Jaffa #3), Terrance Leigh (Jaffa #2), Jocelyne Loewen (Chloe)

The Story : We'll see the return of SG-1-worshipping Felger from "The Other Guys". He invents a virus capable of infecting a specific gate and scrambling it's DHD, effectively shutting it down. It seems like a good idea, but when the virus is tested, it spreads rapidly throughout the gate network, shutting down the entire system. Teams are stranded off-world, a certain system lord is taking advantage of the situation to make a major power play, and O'Neill is somewhat displeased. It's a race against time to restore the gate network before its too late...

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142 - Birthright

Original title : Birthright
First Aired : 15.08.2003 (USA) 30.04.2004 (FRANCE)
Director : Peter F. Woeste
Writing credits : Christopher Judge
Cast : Simone Bailly (Ka'lel), Teryl Rothery (Dr. Janet Fraiser) , Nikki Smook (Nictal), Jolene Blalock (Ishta), Nigel Vonas (Ryk'l), Cory Martin (Fallen Jaffa), Kimberly Unger (Nurse), Julie Hill (Gintra), Elizabeth Weinstein (Emta), Christine Adams (Mala), Kathleen Duborg (Neath), Kirsten Prout (Ny'sa)

The Story : SG-1 gates to a world populated by female Jaffa. These women are in hiding from a Goa'uld named Moloc. Moloc has declared that all female Jaffa babies must be killed and only the males raised. In an effort to save they baby girls, Ishta, a temple priestess, and her handmaidens have been spiriting the girls off-world instead of offing them."The problem? When the girls reach puberty they require a symbiote to act at their immune system, and the only way they can get them is by killing other Jaffa. The women have been conducting raids against Moloc's male Jaffa to get the symbiotes they need. SG-1 offers them another lution in the form of tretonin. Ishta jumps at the offer, but not all of her women are as eager to try the new drug or trust in strangers, and a power struggle ensues. Teal'c gets to have a bit of romance with Ishta, and Sam gets to take the lead because these female Jaffa are highly suspicious of male warriors.

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143 - Evolution (1/2)

Original title : Evolution (1/2)
First Aired : 22.08.2003 (USA) 30.04.2004 (FRANCE)
Director : Peter DeLuise
Writing credits : Damian Kindler From a Story by Damian Kindler
Cast : Tony Amendola (Bra'tac), Carmen Argenziano (Jacob Carter/Sel'mac), Bill Dow (Dr. Lee), David Palffy (Anubis), Eric Breker (Colonel Reynolds), Dan Payne (Warrior) , Frank Roman (Rafael), Zak Santiago Alam (Rogelio), Sean Whale (Ramius), Todd Thomson (Ramius' First Prime), Michael Jonsson (Jaffa Guard), Victor Favrin (Chalo), Craig Erickson (Adal)

The Story : Daniel is taken hostage when he goes to South America in search of an alien device, while Carter and Teal'c investigate the appearance of a powerful new enemy...

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144 - Evolution (2/2)

Original title : Evolution (2/2)
First Aired : 09.01.2004 (USA) 30.04.2004 (FRANCE)
Director : Peter DeLuise
Writing credits : Peter DeLuise From a Story by Damian Kindler & Peter DeLuise
Cast : Tony Amendola (Bra'tac), Carmen Argenziano (Jacob Carter/Sel'mac), David Palffy (Anubis), Bill Dow (Dr. Lee), Dan Shea (Sgt. Siler), Dan Payne (Warrior), Alex Zahara (Motion Capture Warrior) , Frank Roman (Rafael), Zak Santiago Alam (Rogelio), Enrico Colantoni (Burke), Victor Favrin (Chalo), Ian Marsh (Thoth), Miguel Castillo (Pedro)

The Story : Daniel is taken hostage when he goes to South America in search of an alien device reputed to belong to the System Lord Telchak, and tied to his grandfather. Jack is sent to rescue him, while Carter and Teal'c investigate the appearance of a powerful new enemy intent on wiping out the System Lords one by one...

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145 - Grace

Original title : Grace
First Aired : 16.01.2004 (USA) 07.05.2004 (FRANCE)
Director : Peter F. Woeste
Writing credits : Damian Kindler
Cast : Carmen Argenziano (Jacob Carter/Sel'mac) , John Novak (Colonel William Ronson), Ingrid Kavelaars (Major Erin Gant), Sasha Embeth Pieterse (Grace), Craig Veroni (Weapons Officer)

The Story : When Carter goes on a mission to retrieve the Prometheus, she awakens to find herself alone on the ship and starts experiencing strange things...

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146 - Fallout

Original title : Fallout
First Aired : 23.01.2004 (USA) 07.05.2004 (FRANCE)
Director : Martin Wood
Writing credits : Joseph Mallozzi & Paul Mullie From a Story by Corin Nemec
Cast : Bill Nikolai (Technician), Corin Nemec (Jonas Quinn), Emily Holmes (Keana Sear), Gillian Barber (First Minister Dralok), Patricia Drake (Luchia Cartes), Julian Christopher (Eremal)

The Story : The SGC team are reunited with Jonas Quinn, who asks for their assistance as he's discovered a naquadriah chain reaction threatens to destroy Kalowona...

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147 - Chimera

Original title : Chimera
First Aired : 30.01.2004 (USA) 14.05.2004 (FRANCE)
Director : William Waring
Writing credits : Damian Kindler From a Story by Robert C. Cooper
Cast : Anna-Louise Plowman (Dr. Sarah Kane/Osiris), David DeLuise (Pete Shanahan) , Paul Jarrett (Special Agent Farrity)

The Story : Samantha Carter begins a relationship with a detective, from whom she must hide her life at Stargate Command. Daniel comes face to face with the Goa'uld who has taken his former girlfriend as a host...

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148 - Death Knell

Original title : Death Knell
First Aired : 06.02.2004 (USA) 14.05.2004 (FRANCE)
Director : Peter DeLuise
Writing credits : Peter DeLuise
Cast : Dan Payne (Kull Warrior), Carmen Argenziano (Jacob Carter/Sel'mac), Gary Jones (Technician/ Master Sergeant Walter Davis), Dan Shea (Sgt. Siler), Eric Breker (Col. Reynolds) , Sebastian Spence (Delek), Mark Gibbon (M'zel), Nels Lennarson (Major Green), Sam MacMillan (Lt. Glenn)

The Story : Anubis's Super warriors attack the Alpha site and so the self destruct is initiated but not everyone was evacuated. Teal'c and Jack scour for Major Carter, meanwhile unrest is amongst the allies as the possibility of a mole emerges...

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149 - Heroes (1/2)

Original title : Heroes (1/2)
First Aired : 13.02.2004 (USA) 21.05.2004 (FRANCE)
Director : Andy Mikita
Writing credits : Robert C. Cooper
Cast : Teryl Rothery (Dr. Janet Fraiser), Ronny Cox (Senator Kinsey), Gary Jones (Technician/Sergeant Walter Davis), Dan Shea (Sgt. Siler), Bill Dow (Dr. Lee) , Christopher Redman (Airmen Shep Wickenhouse), Tobias Slezak (Tech Sergeant Dale James), David Lewis (IV) (Cameron Balinsky), Mitchell Kosterman (Colonel Tom Rundell), Ryan W. Smith (Special Forces Guard), Julius Chapple (Senior Airman Simon Wells), Christopher Pearce (Senior Airman Jake Bosworth), Adam Baldwin (Colonel Dave Dixon), Saul Rubinek (Emmett Bregman)

The Story : A film crew comes to the SGC to document the normal functions of the SGC...

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150 - Heroes (2/2)

Original title : Heroes (2/2)
First Aired : 20.02.2004 (USA) 21.05.2004 (FRANCE)
Director : Andy Mikita
Writing credits : Robert C. Cooper
Cast : Teryl Rothery (Dr. Janet Fraiser), Gary Jones (Technician/Sergeant Walter Davis), Robert Picardo (Agent Richard Woolsey) , Brad Kelly (Jaffa), Julius Chapple (Senior Airman Simon Wells), Christopher Redman (Airman Shep Wickenhouse), Tobias Slezak (Tech Sergeant Dale James), Mitchell Kosterman (Colonel Tom Rundell), Saul Rubinek (Emmett Bregman), Adam Baldwin (Colonel Dave Dixon), Katey Wright (Marci Wells), Jim Byrnes (Documentary Narrator), Christopher Pearce (Senior Airman Jake Bosworth), Christopher Sayour (Jaffa), Mike Desabrais (Jaffa), Terrance Morris (Jaffa), Brad Loree (Jaffa), Martin Szlavy (Jaffa), Efosa Otuomagie (Jaffa), Steve McMichael (SG-5 Member), John Ulmer (SG-5 Member), Sharon Simms (SG-5 Member), Tony Morelli (SG-5 Member)

The Story : SGC is wracked by tragedy when one of their own is killed in a Goa'uld ambush...

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151 - Resurrection

Original title : Resurrection
First Aired : 27.02.2004 (USA) 28.05.2004 (FRANCE)
Director : Amanda Tapping
Writing credits : Michael Shanks
Cast : Michael Shanks, Amanda Tapping, Bill Dow (Dr. Lee) , Peter Flemming (Agent NID Malcolm Barrett), Martin Novotny (NID Interrogation-Room Guard), Kristen Dalton (Anna/Sekmet), Brad Greenquist (Dr. Keffler)

The Story : Sam and Daniel go to a empty warehouse where there is supposed to a rogue NID operation in the works. They find a girl held prisoner there and a bigger mystery than they first expected...

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152 - Inauguration

Original title : Inauguration
First Aired : 05.03.2004 (USA) 28.05.2004 (FRANCE)
Director : Peter F. Woeste
Writing credits : Paul Mullie & Joseph Mallozzi
Cast : Robert Picardo (Agent Richard Woolsey), Ronny Cox (Vice President Robert Kinsey) , Colin Cunningham (Major Paul Davis (flashback)), William Devane (President Henry Hayes), Jerry Wasserman (Chief of Staff/Stan), Holly Dignard (President's Aide), Mikka Dargel (Kinsey's Aide/Sara), James McDaniel (General Francis Maynard)

The Story : The United States has a new President. Vice President (former Senator) Kinsey tries, once again, to take control of the Stargate Program, by persuading the new President that it is unsafe under Hammond's command...

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153 - Lost City (1/2)

Original title : Lost City (1/2)
First Aired : 12.03.2004 (USA) 04.06.2004 (FRANCE)
Director : Martin Wood
Writing credits : Brad Wright & Robert C. Cooper
Cast : Tony Amendola (Bra'tac), Ronny Cox (Vice President Robert Kinsey), David Palffy (Anubis), Gary Jones (Technician/Sergeant Walter Davis), Eric Breker (Colonel Reynolds (SG-3)), Dan Payne (Kull Warrior) , Jessica Steen (Dr. Elizabeth Weir), William Devane (President Henry Hayes), Jason Howell (Major Harper (SG-5)), Jerr Weddell (Jaffa Commander), Igor Morozov (Russian Man), Mark Pawson (Secret Service Man), Dee Jay Jackson (Cab Driver), Ron Blecker (SG-3 Airman), John Prowse (Colonel Pearson), Holly Dignard (President's Aide), Jason Calder (II) (SG-3 Soldier), John MacDonald (SG-3 Soldier), John Sampson (SG-5 Soldier), Bill Edwards (SG-5 Soldier), Bill Stewart (Jaffa), Ed Anders (Jaffa), Gavin Buhr (Jaffa), Ken Kirzinger (Jaffa), Nigel Johnson (Jaffa), Bonnie Arbuthnot (Bonnie)

The Story : The SGC learns that Anubis is planning to attack Earth, so Jack once again downloads Ancient knowledge, hoping to find Ancient weapons capable of stopping the impending attack...

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154 - Lost City (2/2)

Original title : Lost City (2/2)
First Aired : 19.03.2004 (USA) 04.06.2004 (FRANCE)
Director : Martin Wood
Writing credits : Robert C. Cooper & Brad Wright
Cast : David Palffy (Anubis), Tony Amendola (Bra'tac), Ronny Cox (Vice-President Robert Kinsey), Michael Adamthwaite (Her'ak), Gary Jones (Technician/Sergeant Walter Davis), Dan Payne (Super Soldier) , Jessica Steen (Dr. Elizabeth Weir), William Devane (President Henry Hayes), Marc Worden (Ronan), James McDaniel (General Francis Maynard), John Jumper (Himself (General John Jumper)), Ingrid Kavelaars (Major Erin Gant), Colleen Winton (National Security Advisor), John Prowse (Colonel Pearson), Peter Kufluk (Technician #2), Kurt Max Runte (Kirkland), Finn Michael (Captain)

The Story : Using Jack's Ancient knowledge, SG-1 goes to a planet in search of Ancient weapons but soon learn that the weapons are actually hidden on Earth. Will SG-1 be able to make it back in time before Anubis' attack begins?

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