Stargate SG-1

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Season 10, Episode 20
Summoned by the Asgard SG-1, lead by General Landry (Beau Bridges) aboard the Odyssey, learn the Asgard have only a short time left to live. Their final attempt to solve their physiological degeneration resulted in each of them developing a rapidly progressing disease leaving them only weeks to live. Fearing their knowledge might fall into the wrong hands they plan to end their lives after handing over their entire knowledge base, technology and history to SG-1. But before all the final advancements can be installed on the Odyssey the Ori drop out of hyperspace and engage the ship. As the Odyssey retreats pursued by one of the Ori ships the Asgard destroy their planet taking the other two Ori ships with them. The Odyssey with shields nearly failing is forced to test their new Asgard weapons and is barely able to destroy the Ori ship in time. The Ori able to constantly track the Odyssey before it has time to repair damage send ship after ship trying to destroy it. The ability to track the Odyssey seems caused by the Asgard technology integrated into its core systems. The team is caught in a conundrum that the very tools that seemed to promise their victory over the Ori might actually spell their defeat. Beaming the rest of the crew to a safe planet, SG-1 tries to find a way disengage the Asgard technology but are drawn into a fire fight before they have the chance to finish. With shield failed and a final blast just off its hull Lt. Col. Carter (Amanda Tapping) is able to trap the ship inside a time dilation field, slowing the blast to appear it’s nearly frozen moving only inches a year. With a seemingly inexhaustible amount of time Carter sets at solving their dilemma or else the team will be forced to live out the rest of their days in the dilation field aboard the Odyssey.

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Season 10, Episode 19
Believing Vala (Claudia Black) to have escaped imprisonment by the IOA after being deemed too large a risk, Adria (Morena Baccarin) hopes to finally ally alongside her mother. The two attempt to uncover the Clava Thessara Infinitas, storehouse of infinite ancient treasure, only to learn the address and Vala's memories are just an elaborate trap by SG-1 to capture Adria. The tables quickly turn as the team themselves are ambushed and Adria taken captive by Ba'al (Cliff Simon). The team quickly scrambles to locate Ba'al and retake Adria in the hopes of either convincing her to leave the galaxy with her army or have her killed. Intel of a meeting of Ba'al's forces reveals that the real Ba'al has killed off all of his clones. While on Ba'al's ship he explains to Adria he plans to implant her with his symbiote to take control of her body and therefore of her army. SG-1 aboard the Odyssey track Ba'al's ship and are able to retake Adria and kill Ba'al at the same time. However back aboard the Odyssey they learn they might have been too late as Ba'al's symbiote is already in control of Adria. With no other way, SG-1 brings in the Toakra to remove Ba'al's symbiote and implant Adria with one of their own in hopes to use Adria's body to command the Ori out of the galaxy. Ba'al being true to form doesn't go easily, injecting Adria's nervous system with a slow acting toxin. Adria back in control fights to keep herself alive long enough to ascend, but with SG-1 trapped outside the operating room it's up Vala to kill her own daughter before she can ascend to join the Ori.

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Season 10, Episode 18
To Vala's (Claudia Black) dismay her father Jacek (Fred Willard) contacts Stargate Command claiming to have knowledge of Arkad’s ships that were en route to bomb earth when he was killed by Teal'c (Christopher Judge). With it likely, the mercenaries still believing they are to follow through with their bombings, SG Command is forced agree to the deal. Regardless of Vala's warnings about Jacek's devious and scamming nature General Landry (Beau Bridges) has no option but to grant him sanctuary on earth after his information proves to be true. Jacek trying to assimilate into earth's population shows no inclination of give up his scamming ways. While SG struggles to figure out what to do with him, Vala continually rebukes every attempt her father makes at reconciliation with his estranged daughter. Wearing down SG's patience and Vala's resolve, they discover Jacek trying to break home arrest and catch him consorting with one of Arkad's Jaffa splinter cells stationed on earth. Claiming he was trying to stop another of Arkad's ships destined to destroy Cheyenne Mountain and the Stargate the team must put their trust again in Jacek to help them locate the cloaked ship and disable it before it can explode.

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Season 10, Episode 17
The bombing massacre of a Jaffa leaders summit not only kills dozens of innocent Jaffa, but also leaves Bra'Tac (Tony Amendola) clinging to life and Teal'c (Christopher Judge) badly injured. With his hands tied by the IOA, General Landry is unable to give Teal'c the help he asks for to hunt down the man responsible. Teal'c believing the hypocritical IOA would not sit so idle if those dead had been humans takes it upon himself to leave SG-1 and hunt down the man responsible himself. Intel leads Teal'c to believe a Jaffa leader named Arkad is behind the bombing, a step he took to try to control the Jaffa nation and deliver them to the Ori. Teal'c must wade through the seedy underworld from arms dealer to assasins to finally find the location of Arkad. With a history that runs deeper than just the battles they fought as opposing first primes, Teal'c decides to take on the role of jury and executioner. SG Command meanwhile learns that the same Jaffa leader Teal'c is hunting appears to be coordinating a massive series of bombing attacks on earth as a pawn of the Ori. Not wanting to lose the only man who may know how to stop the plans that are already in motion, SG-1 is ordered by the IOA to intercept Teal'c at all costs before he kills Arkad. The remaining members of SG-1 must decide between the life of their friend and the lives of millions at risk should the bombings succeed.

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Premiered: July 27, 1997, on Showtime
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Premise: A military unit uses an ancient archway to travel the universe and battle alien parasites in this cult sci-fi adventure based on the 1994 film `Stargate.' Curmudgeonly Col. Jack O'Neill teams with an archaeologist, an astrophysicist and an alien to combat the Gou'ald, a serpentine species that requires humanoid hosts. The series began on Showtime in July of 1997 (reruns aired in syndication in 1998), and then moved to the Sci-Fi Channel in 2002.

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