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    Stargate SG1 favorite episode

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    by ed woychowsky ·

    Alright, there is a thread concerning favorite episodes of ?Star Trek? already going out there. Well, how about your favorite episode of ?Stargate SG1?. Mine is ?Lost City, Part 2?, I particularly enjoy the vice president getting fired and the battle above Antarctica.

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    • #3272384

      Much as I prefer Stargate Atlantis….

      by jamesrl ·

      In reply to Stargate SG1 favorite episode

      I like that Lost City Episode, its a great bridge.

      James

      • #3089477

        Stargate SG-1

        by margsi2 ·

        In reply to Much as I prefer Stargate Atlantis….

        I have many favorites. I am glued to the set Monday nights on SciFi. I surf during the week to see if I can catch an extra show. Looks like I’m going to have to start a stroke count to figure out which one is best.

      • #3088947

        The 4 Ancient Races – Torment of Tantalus

        by netlyte ·

        In reply to Much as I prefer Stargate Atlantis….

        This was one of the episodes from the very first season. The episode told about the alliance between 4 Civilizations – The Nox, The Ancients, The Asgard, and one other race.

        • #3088901

          Noxes in sockses

          by moonlighttoo ·

          In reply to The 4 Ancient Races – Torment of Tantalus

          Yeh the Nox. Who were they?
          sound too much like Dr Seusse.
          Still a great show though

        • #3088898

          The Nox

          by netlyte ·

          In reply to Noxes in sockses

          They were the race that figured out and mastered invisibility, and also healing. They lived in jungle like ordinary people, but towards the end of the episode, “The Nox”, they showed a huge, I mean huge ship that had been invisible the entire time. Plus after what happened in that episode they buried their gate.

        • #3085596

          OOH …Yeh..!

          by moonlighttoo ·

          In reply to The Nox

          OoHh yeh I kinda remember that (Says he slowly)
          Thanks

        • #3085551

          Nox StarGate

          by cahillrobert ·

          In reply to The Nox

          NOX representatives periodically show up in different story arcs. So the StarGate should still be functional.

        • #3085118

          Really?

          by netlyte ·

          In reply to Nox StarGate

          I remember Nox representative showing up in one more episode. This was the episode where another advanced race needed help, and since the Nox stargate was buried this race had and used a technology to send a direct signal to their planet coordinates. The Nox came to help them.

          But that’s the only time Nox were even mentioned.

          Is there another specific episode you remember with Nox being there?

        • #3084820

          Nox StarGate

          by cahillrobert ·

          In reply to Really?

          No that was pretty much it.

          I don’t remember the civilization requiring the use of a signalling technology for the NOX.
          I Could have missed that.

        • #3084760

          Nox again

          by moonlighttoo ·

          In reply to Really?

          Wow!
          I have decided to look some of this up on the net as I thought I liked the series but everyone knows so much more…
          So in breif candle how did O-Neill get out of the growing old and dieing thing?

        • #3084661

          Full Transcripts

          by netlyte ·

          In reply to Really?

          There are several websites incase you’re really interested in reading what happens. I’d prefer watching it on DVD.

          Here’s a website with sg-1 transcripts – http://www.gateworld.net/sg1/s1/index.shtml

        • #3084540

          Quark

          by montgomery gator ·

          In reply to The Nox

          The leader of the Nox had a strong resemblance to Quark the Ferengi, but without the big bald head and ears. Mainly because the same actor, Arvin Shimmerman, played both.

        • #3085544

          The Aschen?

          by cahillrobert ·

          In reply to The 4 Ancient Races – Torment of Tantalus

          The last race, I believe was the Aschen.

          We see them in Season 4 2010. Where the Gao’uld are defeated and humanity is at peace, except that the civilization is not growing.

          We seem them in Season 5 Episode 2001 where they want to establish relationships with earth to gain access to the database of other planets.

        • #3085114

          The Furlings

          by netlyte ·

          In reply to The Aschen?

          The 4th race was known as the Furlings. I don’t remember the Aschen being mentioned

        • #3085045

          Another Nox episode

          by jazzy5 ·

          In reply to The Aschen?

          There is another episode with the Nox or I should say one Nox. This is when the adopted son of O’neil crash land in this planet and ask for help to get rid of the Gao’uld inside of him. There is a court system to decide to remove the Gao’uld or leave him inside of him. The Nox is the third judge to decide his fate. On the same time the Gao’uld are tagging the space cannon so they can take over this planet and technology which is more advance then of the Gao’uld.

        • #3084695

          Races, Nox, Etc.

          by rludwig ·

          In reply to The Aschen?

          The 4th race is the Furling. Not ever met. The Nox (one rep.) also appear in the episode where the Goa’uld is removed from Skarra (the Nox female hides one pulse cannon so they can shoot down the mothership when it attacks). The race where the signaling is done is the Toland (I believe) who are able to pass through solid walls and stuff. Th Aaschen are bad guys who want to detroy worlds so they can take them over (appear in episode 2010 and the reverse one where they are harvesting wheat and dumping it through a horizontal stargate) (line from the program after SG1 gives them some gate addresses “The first one is a black hole. They get progressively worse from there”).

        • #3084658

          That’s right

          by netlyte ·

          In reply to Races, Nox, Etc.

          That’s right. It’s the Tolan that have a cannon that can destroy ships in orbit. But during the last episodes their world was close to being destroyed, because the Goa’uld found a way to strength their sheilds.

          Yes I think it was the Tolan that signaled the Nox.

          The Aaschen are not allies, to say the least. They were the ones who tried to take over the planet by providing us with a drug that helps everyone live longer but with drastic side effects.

        • #3085870

          Furlings in season ten

          by ed woychowsky ·

          In reply to Races, Nox, Etc.

          The Furlings are suppost to put in an appearence in season ten. Rumor has it that they may be a race previously encountered. My guess is the giants from the “Crystal Skull”.

        • #3084541

          The Fourth Race: The Furbys

          by montgomery gator ·

          In reply to The 4 Ancient Races – Torment of Tantalus

          The fourth race was known as the “Furbys”. They were very small furry creatures with large eyes and ears, vaguely resembling the mogwai creature from the movie “Gremlins”.

      • #3085791

        I’m With you on that

        by boogaloodude ·

        In reply to Much as I prefer Stargate Atlantis….

        But I could do without the Science officer on Atlantis

    • #3272309

      memory fails me

      by tink! ·

      In reply to Stargate SG1 favorite episode

      I’ve only been an off-n-on viewer of Stargate SG-1 after the 1 season or so. No time with the kids n all.

      I think I missed the Lost City episodes. Have seen 1 or 2 Stargate Atlantis episodes, enough to realize there is a main guy in it that was a single episode character on one of the SG-1 eps.

      I can’t remember all the SG-1’s i’ve seen. The one that comes to mind is where O’Neill is running the complex and there’s an alien plant running amok, growing all over the place in addition to the “regular” problems. It was pretty funny. I like O’Neill’s character. Wry humor.

      Plus I used to love MacGyver.

      • #3272305

        Title

        by ed woychowsky ·

        In reply to memory fails me

        The episode, “ZERO HOUR” is from season eight.

      • #3089366

        Later episodes

        by dtorizuka ·

        In reply to memory fails me

        Can’t name one but the later episodes I think were richer and better written, mind u by then the characters were well developed.

        Otherwise O’Neil rules, great character and as with Tink! MacGyver was great!

    • #3272303

      Can’t pick just one…

      by Jay Garmon ·

      In reply to Stargate SG1 favorite episode

      “Lost City Part 2” is on the list, as are “There but for the Grace of God,” which introduced the quantum mirror, “Nemesis,” which introduced the Replicators, “Window of Opportunity,” where Jack and Teal’c are caught in a recursive time loop (probably the funniest SG-1 episode ever), “Absolute Power,” where Daniel lives an alternate history where he becomes the Goa’uld-inspired emperor of Earth, “Prodigy,” which introduced Cadet Hailey, “The Warrior,” wherein the reason SG teams can kick superior Jaffa butt is finally addressed (hello, sharp-shooter Carter), “Allegiance,” where the SGC, Jaffa, and Tok’ra team up to kill an invisible assassin, “Threads,” which explains the origin of the immortal Anubis and the Ascended, and “Moebius,” which shows an alternate history SGC that never was (and was lame, as well).

      That’s just a quick skim, of course. I could go into more detail if pressed. 😉

      • #3272204

        Replicators

        by dr dij ·

        In reply to Can’t pick just one…

        are so cute (if you’re the type with a bug collection). And the ‘mother bug’ that was spitting out baby replicators was butt-cute.

        then the episode.. Darn, can remember the name, where the invisible commando team of giant bugs invades sg command. And one of them helps sg find the others.

      • #3089386

        Groundhog Day episode

        by montgomery gator ·

        In reply to Can’t pick just one…

        That one was hilarious!!! Especially when they were driving golfballs into the Chappa-eye, or however that Jaffa word for Stargate is spelled. 🙂

        I think I remember Teal’c punched out someone who was annoying him, and O’Neil grabbing Carter and making out with her. 🙂

        • #3089011

          Reply To: Stargate SG1 favorite episode

          by feltune ·

          In reply to Groundhog Day episode

          I agree with you on this. My families favorite also.

        • #3088905

          One of the overall best

          by skypirate ·

          In reply to Groundhog Day episode

          I love them all and am a big fan of the series but think this eposode is one of my top 3

        • #3085548

          Groundhog was great.

          by cahillrobert ·

          In reply to Groundhog Day episode

          That episode was wonderful. Particularly the nonchalant way that Jack handled the situations and his playfully attitude.

          The best episode for me is ?Children of the Gods?, the very first episode where the characters really catch your attention and hook us into the next 9 years.

        • #3085080

          Groundhog Day

          by code_monkey ·

          In reply to Groundhog Day episode

          This is my favorite also. The episode title is “Window of Opportunity” from season 4.

    • #3272297

      Without a doubt, “Window of Opportunity,”

      by mickster269 ·

      In reply to Stargate SG1 favorite episode

      where O’Neill and Teal’c are caught in a recursive time loop has got to be my favorite. The humor is sublime, but sidesplitting – from them learning to juggle, to when Teal’c finally gets pissed at the guy that keeps hitting him with the door.

      I really like all of them. I can’t top Geek’s list- but name any one of them, and I’l nod in agreement.

      • #3272279

        I nod in agreement too

        by tink! ·

        In reply to Without a doubt, “Window of Opportunity,”

        I’ve seen half of those he listed.
        I guess I’m a low-ranking Geek when it comes to TV shows. I don’t know all the episode names!

        P.S. are The outer limits and Twilight Zone still Geek shows too?

        Is Farscape still on?

        Whatever happened to First Wave?

        • #3272227

          Farscape ended, First wave kinda sank

          by jamesrl ·

          In reply to I nod in agreement too

          I saw the last epsiodes of both. The two leads of Farscape are now on SG1. First wave kinda faded into oblivion.

          The one that dissapeared that I liked was Odessy 5 – Peter Weller was the lead – a group of Astronauts are mysteriously pushed 5 years into the past in order to prevent something from happeneing – but they don’t know what – they find out as the go. Manny Coto, who went on to the last couple of seasons of Enterprise and is now on Battlestar Galatactica, was a producer.

          And of course Firefly had a premature death

          The ones who know the episode names, also know the fan websites. I was like that for Babylon 5.

          James

      • #3272223

        Yep

        by gralfus ·

        In reply to Without a doubt, “Window of Opportunity,”

        It reminds me of the movie “Groundhog Day”. I loved the scene where O’Neil finally smooches Major Carter knowing she’ll never remember, and then once the loop is broken, how he smirks when asked about the temptations he must have encountered.

        Favorite Farscape was “Won’t get fooled again”. The barrage of mind games led to some hilarious situations.

        • #3085782

          Thats “O’Niell”

          by ~omega~ ·

          In reply to Yep

          With two ‘l’s 😀

      • #3089871

        .. and the pathos …

        by daboochmeister ·

        In reply to Without a doubt, “Window of Opportunity,”

        … of O’Neill’s personal experience with his son. Something about that scene literally makes me cry whenever I watch it.

      • #3085790

        Ditto

        by kristin4 ·

        In reply to Without a doubt, “Window of Opportunity,”

        I’ve been hooked on the show for ages and love the direction they are going with the new characters, etc. Window of Opportunity is the first one that came to mind when I thought of favorites. The balance of Teal’c and O’Neill and the different ways they handle the situation is hilarious.

    • #3273718

      The Brain swap machine

      by mjd420nova ·

      In reply to Stargate SG1 favorite episode

      I really enjoyed the idea of the brain swap
      and the effort of the actors to portray another
      character was brilliant.

      • #3089869

        Yes, Farscape ep too

        by daboochmeister ·

        In reply to The Brain swap machine

        And the Farscape episode based on that idea was one of my favorites as well … in both the actors did a great job of projecting the alternate identity.

    • #3273655

      “lost City, Part 2′

      by nz_justice ·

      In reply to Stargate SG1 favorite episode

      Is also my favourite as well, If that is the one where MacGyver gets frozen at the end of it.

      I haven’t seen any episodes after that, except maybe Stargate Atlantis, but I not sure where in the time-line that fits in.

      • #3085486

        Still waiting

        by killerb ·

        In reply to “lost City, Part 2′

        SG-1 hasn’t been on network TV since that episode, wish a network would hurry up and start rescreening it down here in the antipodes!

    • #3271640

      List of all the Stargate SG1 Episodes

      by mickster269 ·

      In reply to Stargate SG1 favorite episode

    • #3089391

      Hathor

      by montgomery gator ·

      In reply to Stargate SG1 favorite episode

      The first episode with Hathor has to be my favorite. Maybe because she is a real babe!! She can do me like she did Daniel anytime (just don’t attempt to put the snake in my head). 🙂

    • #3089387

      Interesting reunion this season

      by montgomery gator ·

      In reply to Stargate SG1 favorite episode

      Bringing in Claudia Black and Ben Browder, since they both starred in “Farscape”. It was nice to see Claudia in tight leather outfits that emphasized her cleavage.

      Also, did you notice a couple of weeks ago, that episode where they were investigating the farmers growing the modified corn with the drug, how Lt. Col. Carter was wearing a bustier that highlighted her assets? 🙂

      • #3089309

        Of course we did!

        by mickster269 ·

        In reply to Interesting reunion this season

        The question is, how many of us saved those episodes to our TiVO/ DVR collections.

        • #3084668

          Not me – bloomin’ UK channels

          by chris meacher ·

          In reply to Of course we did!

          Still only 1/2 way through Season 8 – which I’ve deliberately missed on telly so I can watch on DVD in Dolby Surround (we don’t have surround _or_ HDTV over here yet).

          Ordered on Sat morning (released last Monday) – so I know what I’m doing this weekend.

          And the best episode of 1-7 (which I also got on DVD) has to be “Window of Oppertunity”. Had me in stitches!

        • #3085969

          Yeh!

          by moonlighttoo ·

          In reply to Not me – bloomin’ UK channels

          Yeh!
          I know what you mean.
          It’s a major pain in the A…

    • #3089385

      The Ori

      by montgomery gator ·

      In reply to Stargate SG1 favorite episode

      The first episode where they first met the Ori and Daniel Jackson and Claudia Black’s character (can’t remember her name) were transported mentally to the Ori home world. That was a good one.

    • #3089315

      Not following the rules but…

      by dc guy ·

      In reply to Stargate SG1 favorite episode

      I like SG-1 better than Atlantis but if I had to pick a single episode it would be Atlantis. The guy who had secretly raised an orphaned Wraith and then had to deal with her growing up. That was very touching.

      Favorite Star Trek TNG episode: A tossup between Ardra the faux goddess and Data’s trial to see if he was a person or a piece of property.

      Favorite Babylon Five episode: The entire civilization that chose to die off rather than admit they had an STD. The scene in which the crew dashes into the quarantine area with the cure hot off the lab bench… and everybody is already dead.

      Favorite Star Trek DS9 episode: Capt. Cisco was fooled into causing the death of a Romulan diplomat (I think that’s how it went down, I’m fuzzy on the details) because his superiors thought that saving civilization was worth more than destroying the honor of one officer.

      Favorite Farscape episode: How can you pick just one? I miss that show more than anything except possibly the Muppets, and it even had a Muppet.

    • #3089274

      Battlestar Galactica

      by jack burton porkchop ·

      In reply to Stargate SG1 favorite episode

      I must say from Sci-Fi friday I enjoy Battlestar Galactica the most, and I was a fan of the orignal series when it was till on too. Don’t get me wrong stargate sg1 is a great show too.

      • #3084829

        So say we all!

        by Jay Garmon ·

        In reply to Battlestar Galactica

        Battlestar Galactica is my favorite show on television right now. It’s the only one that consistently surprises and emotionally affects me. Truly outstanding science fiction.

        • #3084618

          Remake

          by sql_joe ·

          In reply to So say we all!

          SG-1 is still my favorite show….BUT I think this is one of those rare times that a remake has actually exceeded the original. I never miss an episode of Galactica (Thanks TIVO!)

          George

    • #3089215

      StarGate SG-1 Favorite Episode

      by mrmiata7 ·

      In reply to Stargate SG1 favorite episode

      My favorite episode is “1969”. I have always had a fascination for anything involving time travel, and seeing T’ilq in 1960’s regalia was hilarious.

    • #3089209

      When you can’t decide…

      by 0b1111 ·

      In reply to Stargate SG1 favorite episode

      What to do when you can’t pick a favourite? Buy and watch them all anyway, including the visually stunning Atlantis and enjoy. And if you feel so inclined do as I did and buy a Stargate pinball machine for the den!

      • #3089136

        All of SG1

        by tmmpolk ·

        In reply to When you can’t decide…

        I’ve been around since the days of Star Trek (the original) and seen them all (Battlestar, Space 1999, you name it, I’ve seen it). SG1 is by far the best sci fi series ever. It has everything you could ask for in a series: humor, action/adventure, suspense, drama, etc., and yet has no smut or foul language. The story lines and the writers/directors/producers, and yes, the actors are fabulous! I have all eight seasons on DVD and can’t wait for season nine. I just bought Atlantis’ season one and it is just as good (so far). These two show could continue for years with all the possible twists and turns, which is one of the reasons they are so popular. The infinite possibilities are endless. I really don’t have a favorite episode of SG1, but if I did, it would either be “Window of Opportunity” or “Full Alert” (what a thriller!).

        • #3088965

          SG1 is ok ! Atlantis is good too

          by moonlighttoo ·

          In reply to All of SG1

          Yes I saw the original star trek with my dad when I was a kid I hated BS Galactica the first time round. The new one has a feel of 24 in it.
          I like the ads for it with the 60’s Vietnam feel.
          I missed the start so I won’t follow that one.
          However Atlantis is V-GOOD, and I want O’Neil back too. Does anyone remember the one where he gets back to Stargate command in the future and is greeted by the young girl (now old woman) and the place is in moth balls?! I know it’s like reading the end of a book first, but I want to see more taking off from that especially as they can use a “puddle jumper” to travel in time…
          Sad ol me…
          P.S. the battle over antarctic was awsome but not long enough and there could have been more of the “Star Wars” Hoth battle theme in it.

    • #3089022

      Sci-Fi Friday

      by ground controll ·

      In reply to Stargate SG1 favorite episode

      I’m hopelessly hooked on Sci-Fi Friday starting at 6pm with a rerun from Sg-1 followed by John Doe… then a new Sg-1 then a new Atlantis capped off with a new Battlestar Galactica! It’s a household tradition anymore… pizza and Sci-fi Friday! Favorite episodes…

      SG-1: Window of Opportunity… hands down…

      Atlantis: The one where McKay gets the mind of a girl mixed in with his due to an error in a Wraith ship rematerialization… Too funny!

      SG-1 just hasn’t been the same without Richard Dean Anderson.. still a good show, just not the same.

    • #3088963

      guys & gals – they’re all bad

      by warm_rain_on_cool_grasses ·

      In reply to Stargate SG1 favorite episode

      Sorry but all of the Stargate shows simply blow and are based on a really stupid idea (Egyptian gods are high-tech beings from another dimension? What is this 1952??). The characters are so 2-D it hurts. If it weren’t for CGI I’m sure I’d see strings holding up ships and planets.
      All of the SG shows are kind of at the level of Star Trek Voyager – an entire series based on a bad command decision.

      • #3088902

        Ok so what would you do?

        by moonlighttoo ·

        In reply to guys & gals – they’re all bad

        Yes the programs are only make beleive we all know that…Ehem!
        But what would you do instead?
        Voyager was one of my fav treki shows.
        and how different was her bad mistake compared to Bush (not getting political) but the two gulf wars would have been turned down as a poor plot if they were fictional.
        Also as well whats wrong with the strings Thunderbirds were great.
        How many kids burned their plastic models pretending they were in a show.

      • #3085737

        The one thing I hate about Trolls

        by mickster269 ·

        In reply to guys & gals – they’re all bad

        Is that you can’t just chuck them into a black hole.

        If you don’t like Sci-Fi, and can’t appreciate subtle humor, that’s not our fault.

        Now, back uncer your bridge, if you don’t mind.

      • #3084843

        Let me guess…

        by ed woychowsky ·

        In reply to guys & gals – they’re all bad

        You like the original “Lost in Space”?

    • #3088941

      At the risk of…

      by jeremy ·

      In reply to Stargate SG1 favorite episode

      Its always hard to pick a fav, but I have the say, for me, the most enthrawling episode was Avatar where Teal’c gets stuck in the game that won’t end. I had to set aside some of the flawed plot basics at first, but otherwise, the acting, the convincing hopelessness and the brief moment of perfect humor when Teal’c shoots Daniel without hesitating. It was so cool to see Teal’c be so human and just give up. Anyhow, not a perfect episode in some ways, but a very high point for me.

      • #3085780

        Alternate World

        by jazzy5 ·

        In reply to At the risk of…

        My favorite show is when Samantha Carter comes from another reality world and meet… Samantha Carter. O’neil is marry to her in the alternate world and his best friend is alive but he got kill in the alternate world. Best scene, when O’neil says goodbye to Dr. Carter while on the other world Major Carter see then kiss before he comes back. It makes her think that they are destine to get together.

    • #3085734

      Reply To: Stargate SG1 favorite episode

      by taj_11 ·

      In reply to Stargate SG1 favorite episode

      Excellent choice. Lost City, Part 2 (although, it’s better in conjunction with Part 1), definitely one of the best Stargate SG-1 episodes.

    • #3085049

      Reply To: Stargate SG1 favorite episode

      by ghlbeyerlein ·

      In reply to Stargate SG1 favorite episode

      Favorite episode? That’s a tough one. I was a fan of the original movie and it took me a couple of seasons of SG-1 to get into the series. I think most of that was due to not having a scheduled airing time in my region at the time.

      That being said, I still don’t know if I can narrow it down to one. I was able to catch up on the earlier seasons thanks to StarGate Mondays and their marathon weeks here & there. I didn’t fully understand the whole Daniel / Assended story arc until going through the back-stories. Same with Jonas. All started to make sense….

      I loved this last week’s episode (Vala [Black] is pregnant and grins ear to ear at Mitchell [Browder] upon entering as Daniel). The flashbacks to FarScape & FS: Peace Keeper Wars were great.

      I thought that Vala’s character was a bit over the top at first, but I’m so used to seeing Claudia as Officer Aryn Sun that it’s hard to see her light hearted. Although, seeing her walk through the ‘Gate in full-on leather and Ben just smiling up at her was great, IMO. Again, another flashback to FarScape.

      I’m glad to hear that Sci-Fi picked up SG-1 for anotehr year (10 seasons now) and that Claudia will be a permanent cast member. Wow – Claudia & Amanda on the same show? I’m going to go take a cold shower now….

      I think that it’s rather interesting to see that many of the “critics” of Ben & Claudia joining SG-1 have been quieted. There was some concern on fan pages that it would turn into FarGate or StarScape, but I think that the writers have done a good job at bringing in “new” talent and not having FarScape tie-ins override the current SG-1 theme.

      In regards to StarGate: Atlantis, I’d have to say that my favorite episode to-date was when they found the ancient vessel that had the crew living in a virtual world. Another favorite was when Sheppard had the two hive ships firing on one another.

      *two thumbs up for SG-1 & SG: Atlantis*

    • #3084682

      Favorites

      by rludwig ·

      In reply to Stargate SG1 favorite episode

      Window Of Opportunity (for funny)
      Torment of Tantalus (Catherine gets her man back)
      Children of the Gods (first episode)
      Tin Man (Com-Try-ya)
      Forever in a Day (Sha’re has one last time with Daniel)
      Urgo (hey, Dom DeLuise)
      More, but … then that would be about 1/4 of the episodes. Getting tired of the Ori though.

    • #3084681

      Sorry – Duplicate post

      by rludwig ·

      In reply to Stargate SG1 favorite episode

      Window Of Opportunity (for funny)
      Torment of Tantalus (Catherine gets her man back)
      Children of the Gods (first episode)
      Tin Man (Com-Try-ya)
      Forever in a Day (Sha’re has one last time with Daniel)
      Urgo (hey, Dom DeLuise)
      More, but … then that would be about 1/4 of the episodes. Getting tired of the Ori though.

    • #3084620

      4 Favs…

      by sql_joe ·

      In reply to Stargate SG1 favorite episode

      My favorites are….

      “The Other Guys”
      “Wormhole Extreme”
      and the episode where time kept looping…can’t remember the name…”Window of Opportunity” I think is the one…
      “Urgo”

      I’ve been very happy with the new character played by Ben Bowder, and must say I like the show A LOT more than Atlantis, though I do watch that too. I’m not impressed with the Wraith or the Ori as villians though. C’mon, how can you beat fighting ancient gods? The G’uald had it all!

      George

    • #3084530

      Does the Sci-Fi channel subscribe to TR? Tonight’s shows!

      by mickster269 ·

      In reply to Stargate SG1 favorite episode

      http://www.gateworld.net/schedule_monday.shtml

      “1969”
      “Window of Opportunity”
      “2010”

      And

      “Message in a Bottle” .

      Coincidence?

      I think not!

    • #3086127

      1st meeting with the Tollans

      by 12p542 ·

      In reply to Stargate SG1 favorite episode

      I don’t recall the episode title but it’s the second time a Nox shows up in SG-1.

      I especially liked that bit when Omak takes a stick and folds the two ends together. Daniel opines it’s the folding of space. Yet Omak says “You wouldn’t understand” or something like that.

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