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Janice Prince
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Janice Prince

My choice is that of Janet Fraiser. She was one of my most favorite characters and I could have seen her being involved in all the later episodes and maybe even in Atlantis. So very sad at her departure. And I really didn’t think her “funeral” scene was all that great. The gathering of the troops in the Gateroom was fine, but I think there could have been something bigger than that as a send off for her. Plus, I felt that Cassie should have been there in at least one scene.

madison Everhart
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madison Everhart

Jack O’Neill but i understand His Child was more Important than stargate at the Time

Charles Baughman
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Charles Baughman

I miss Stargate

Tommy Gourzis
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Tommy Gourzis

When Beckett left I was upset. When Dr Weir left I was mad. I couldnt watch anymore.

Braveheart
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Braveheart

Mine was Daniel Jackson, hands down. Yah he comes back, but that didn’t make the death any easier to take. I didn’t mind Jonas. But still when I watch that season, it feels like something is missing. Second would be Carson Beckett. He was the heart of Atlantis, and him leaving left a hole, that was never really filled.

S. Coleman
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S. Coleman

I don’t know why SG: Atlantis was discontinued after only 5 years. Total discontinuity leaving the city overlooking San Francisco harbor. Also what did they do with the wraith “Todd”? Too many loose ends…

Ken Taylor
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Ken Taylor

You forgot one other cast member that was killed off by the replicators. Thor was the Supreme commander of the Asgarddean fleet, but the replicators took out his race.

Jeffery Alan Dickeson
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Jeffery Alan Dickeson

It will never be the same with Jack. That was the fundamental loss.

Matt
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Matt

Janet Frazier.
I got teary eyed when they revealed her death in that episode.

Michael Garber
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Michael Garber

What about Sharai(sp?)?

paula gittman
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What are the five races talk bout on sg1 and did they show them all

Just Jamie
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Just Jamie

The death of Jacob Carter/Selmac stung quite a bit. But so did a number of others NOT mentioned in this article: Egeria and the Tok’ra who sacrificed herself for her queen, Kanan, Martouf, Sha’re, the Reetou known only as “Mother,” Kianna (the Kalownan and her Goa’uld symbiote who sacrificed themselves to save the planet), Dr. Kieran (Jonas Quinn’s former professor), the death of John Sheppard in the “Vegas” episode of SGA… The list goes on and on.

Dana Farricker
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Dana Farricker

Ken Taylor: Thor wasn’t a cast member.

Snakeyees
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Janet Fraiser hands down..

And Thor was a puppet voiced by Daniel Jackson

Meggie
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Meggie

I missed Jack the most. I loved his humor and the way he and Daniel interacted in their disagreements just by the way they said each other’s name. I stopped watching the show after he left.

Lisa
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Lisa

Don Davis. Loved his character. When he passed away felt as though I had actually lot lost a family member. Will never get enough of the reruns of SG-1

Fior komi
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Fior komi

Oh Janet for sure. Men don’t cry, so I must have spilled sea water on my face that night. And yes, the funeral was not enough, but that was the point. She’s gone, gone, gone. Nothing’s gonna bring her back. Lol, except for Samantha Carter, with an impossible scheme to raid a parallel universe for a ZPM…

Nekomajin
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Finally, something I’ve written earlier than GateWorld. https://azotodikfaj.wordpress.com/2017/10/23/hires-tavozok/

Very similar list, though. :D

Kathleen Wills
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Kathleen Wills

Janet Fraiser’s death left me bereft and bitter. No matter the platitudes, her death both was unrealistic and unhonored. What has plagued me from the beginning was that she was sent into the fray in the first place. The cardinal rule, as laid out in the preceding years, was broken for ratings both real, and fictional. As CMO, she was to be kept safe, to be ready for the wounded as they were returned home. She would be waiting. I have to wonder if the impetus for her being tossed into a war zone, was to appease the documentary’s filmmakers…fulfilling… Read more »

Eternalfragment
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The one with the most impact for me was Heroes (pt1 and 2)… the entire writing for that story was fantastic. The emotions that existed for the entire scenario, not only the death/reactions to the death, were laid together fantastically. Then there was the goodbye for Beckett in “Sunday” … it just… *sob*.. it was too much. Saying goodbye to a friend is hard, just as this episode’s ending beautifully portrayed. The rest were not bad, just felt …. a part of the story, and not as jarring (as though it was lead up to). Those 2 described above were… Read more »

Kilburn Hall
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Kilburn Hall

SG-1 missed a terrific opportunity to incorporate Origins flashbacks with Ellie Gall as Catherine Langford and use it as a springboard for an Origins major motion picture. Hollywood,m when I was a kid considered a show a success if it was renewed for season two. Nowhere before has a series gone on for ten or eleven years.

If you like the Stargate series look forward to my new book SHEBA coming in 2020. IN THE DESERT, THE LINE BETWEEN LIFE AND DEATH; IS SHARP AND QUICK.
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Vern
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Vern

All of them Dammit!!!

Tesha
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Tesha

https://www.gateworld.net/news/2019/03/8-times-stargate-lost-cast-member/#comment-27728

The 5 races are: the Nox, the Furlings, the Asgard, the Ancients and us (the Taur’i)

Paul Simonson
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Paul Simonson

They really should have kept Jonas. And when they added Ms Black, well, that was very strange.