Thor's Hammer, The Torment Of Tantalus, Bloodlines, Fire And Water, Hathor, Children Of The Gods, The Enemy Within, Emancipation, The Broca Divide, The First Commandment, Cold Lazarus, The Nox, Brief Candle, Singularity, Cor-ai, Enigma, Solitudes, Tin Man, There But For The Grace Of God, Politics and Within The Serpent's Grasp.
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SG-1 is a spin-off from the 1994 movie that involves a group of explorers transported across the galaxy by an object called the stargate. As you may expect season 1 introduces the characters, colonel jack o'niel (richard dean anderson) is the leader of SG-1, he begins as somewhat brash as a typical military man but over the season his true character develops into a loyal commander who has his teams best interests at heart. Samantha Carter (amanda tapping) is the team scientist who uses her brain to overcome adversity, her relationship with o'niel$ serves as exposition to decode the techno bable. The voice of morality among the team is Dr daniel Jackson (michael shanks) who helps to keep the teams perspectives and he is one of the characters that undergoes the most growth. Finaly Tealc (christopher Judge) is a member of the Jaffa race that has been enslaved by the goa'uld. he joins SG-1 in the hopes of freeing his people from false gods, a plot line that takes up the first few seasons. The acting in SG-1 is ok in the first season but as time goes on characters really grow into their roles providing a very convincing performance. The main focus of SG-1 is an allusion to pre aparthide america focusing on the plight of slaves. however there is much to be had for sci-fi fans as there is a wide variety of alien races in the show and it gets better every season. In conclusion SG-1 is a great show for sci-fi and non sci-fi fans alike. deep and compelling plot lines keep the viewers attention and the character development is very satisfying as all characters grow to be believeable.
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