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12th May '16 10:18:51 AM Morgenthaler
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* KnightsTemplar: Plenty, but particularly the rogue NID, which became the Trust.
12th Apr '16 6:37:14 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* LaterInstallmentWeirdness: The primary enemies the Goa'uld were diminished in threat by the end of the eighth season, and the ninth season opened establishing a new BigBad in the Ori. In addition there were several cast changes as Richard Dean Anderson left the show and only came back in sporadic guest appearances. The show's last few seasons happened to follow the endings of several other beloved sci-fi shows, and the show imported actors from those shows, most notably Ben Browder and Claudia Black from ''Series/{{Farscape}}''. As such, the show was suddenly rife with heaps of HeyItsThatGuy.

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* LaterInstallmentWeirdness: The primary enemies the Goa'uld were diminished in threat by the end of the eighth season, and the ninth season opened establishing a new BigBad in the Ori. In addition there were several cast changes as Richard Dean Anderson left the show and only came back in sporadic guest appearances. The show's last few seasons happened to follow the endings of several other beloved sci-fi shows, and the show imported actors from those shows, most notably Ben Browder and Claudia Black from ''Series/{{Farscape}}''. As such, the show was suddenly rife with heaps of HeyItsThatGuy.''Series/{{Farscape}}''..
12th Apr '16 6:34:30 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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%% HeyItsThatGuy is trivia and go in the Trivia tab.
9th Feb '16 12:59:56 PM Vios
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* InappropriatelyCloseComrades: The relationship between Jack and Sam is inhibited by the rules, although after a point it's implied that they might just be being subtle about it.
25th Jan '16 7:02:06 PM MadCat221
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* HumansAreSpecial: Humans (specifically, the Tau'ri) are not shown to be particularly smarter, stronger, faster or more "imaginative" than other species, but the Asgard point out that they have great ''potential''.

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* HumansAreSpecial: Humans (specifically, the Tau'ri) are not shown to be particularly smarter, stronger, faster or more "imaginative" than other species, but the Asgard point out that they have great ''potential''. Exemplified when the Asgard basically will Humanity all their stuff when they engage in a species wide SuicidePact because their CloneDegeneration is terminal.
5th Jan '16 9:06:14 AM StFan
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** Cameron Mitchell before joining the main cast, where flashback's reveal he was part of Hammond's defence force at the Battle of Antarctica and spent the next year in traction, undergoing physical therapy, due to injuries received when his F-302 crashed.

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** Cameron Mitchell before joining the main cast, where flashback's reveal a flashback reveals he was part of Hammond's defence defense force at the Battle of Antarctica and spent the next year in traction, undergoing physical therapy, due to injuries received when his F-302 crashed.
5th Jan '16 2:08:01 AM The_Glorious_SOB
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** Cameron Mitchell before joining the main cast, where flashback's reveal he was part of Hammond's defence force at the Battle of Antartica and spent the next year in traction, undergoing physical therapy, due to injuries received when his F-302 crashed.

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** Cameron Mitchell before joining the main cast, where flashback's reveal he was part of Hammond's defence force at the Battle of Antartica Antarctica and spent the next year in traction, undergoing physical therapy, due to injuries received when his F-302 crashed.



** "Enemy Mine" has a similar plot, with the Unas in stead of the Native Americans on a planet sporting a naquadah mine. Daniel's diplomatic skills manage to save the day, quite luckily -- because otherwise, the history repeat would have been of ''Little Big Horn''.

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** "Enemy Mine" has a similar plot, with the Unas in stead instead of the Native Americans on a planet sporting a naquadah mine. Daniel's diplomatic skills manage to save the day, quite luckily -- because otherwise, the history repeat would have been of ''Little Big Horn''.
4th Jan '16 10:20:22 AM MadCat221
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** Homeworld Security (aka Homeworld Command in [[Series/StargateUniverse Universe]]), which was formed to oversee all off-world operations.

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** Homeworld Security (aka Homeworld Command in [[Series/StargateUniverse Universe]]), which was formed to oversee all off-world operations. The Stargate Command specifically oversees operations through the Earth Stargate, and is under this department.
22nd Nov '15 3:09:18 AM isoycrazy
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** Homeworld Security (aka Homeworld Command in [[Series/StargateUniverse Universe]]), which was formed to oversee all off-world operations...which makes one wonder how exactly it's different from Stargate Command.

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** Homeworld Security (aka Homeworld Command in [[Series/StargateUniverse Universe]]), which was formed to oversee all off-world operations...which makes one wonder how exactly it's different from Stargate Command.operations.
22nd Nov '15 2:38:17 AM JustTroper
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* HurricaneOfAphorisms: Oma Desala and the Kheb Monk.
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