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Visam
Visam
7 years ago

This would be one of my favorites it has a little bit of everything that makes Stargate great in it.

One of the cool things about this episode is that it explains why most everyone in the galaxy speaks English as a second language. (it was taught as a rebel/anti-Ra language.

The SG-1 book that goes along with this “Moebius Squared” is also one of my favorite Stargate books, second only to “Four Dragons”.

Majorsal
majorsal
7 years ago

i really enjoyed the ep, but didn’t love it. i thought amanda did a fantastic job of playing a different sam carter! shanks did good, but amanda made such a memorable character that i actually would have loved to have seen her permanently in our universe. not replacing our sam of course! :p but i also found it depressing. OUR sam, jack, and teal’c all died. OUR daniel had to witness it and then live without them. yes, it was all erased and never happened, but until the erase happened, *it happened*. i also found, while very cute and endearing,… Read more »

Ofer
ofer
7 years ago

You have a point about Sam and the guys dying, we get the other version of them later so its supposed to be like nothing ever happened but the team we’ve seen and rooted for is actually dead (and not for the first time,remember “2010”?) and have been replaced by another version of themselves that look and act the same and have the same memories. SGA and SGU did that too, that’s something that always bothered in these alternate timeline episodes.

Steve B
Steve B
7 years ago

I liked this two parter. I especially enjoyed Amanda Tapping playing the alternate corky Sam Carter. Lol. I kinda felt the alternate Sam/Jack relationship scenes were just kinda thrown in there. I thought the fish in the pond at the end was a nice touch. Lol.