History StargateSG1 / MToR

24th Apr '16 1:11:41 AM JustTroper
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* ProverbialWisdom: Oma Desala and the Kheb monk.
29th Mar '16 5:46:20 AM ijffdrie
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** Since the Tok'ra do not use sarcophagi because they are unwilling to accept the mental degradation, their hosts "only" live to be a couple hundred years old.

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** Since the Tok'ra do not use sarcophagi because they are unwilling to accept the mental degradation, their hosts "only" live to be a couple hundred years old. The exception to this is their queen, Egeria, who was imprisoned in a stasis jar at some point in her life, making her thousands of years old. The goa'uld Osiris survived into the modern day through a similar imprisonment.
12th Mar '16 4:26:50 PM SSJMagus
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* ObstructiveBureaucrat: Several. Senator Kinsey [[JumpingOffTheSlipperySlope eventually became a villain]]; most others are merely well-meaning but misguided.

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* ObstructiveBureaucrat: Several. Senator Kinsey [[JumpingOffTheSlipperySlope eventually became a villain]]; most others are merely well-meaning but misguided. Woolsey even became a valuable ally once he realized the true extent of the threats to Earth and depths to which Kinsey was willing to sink, though he remained a stickler for the rules.
22nd Feb '16 7:18:08 AM Morgenthaler
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* MistakenForTerrorist: In the season 10 episode "Bad Guys", SG-1 goes through a stargate that turns out to be housed inside a museum with a party going on in the main lobby. The guests immediately think the heavily armed heroes are part of a terror group on their planet, and they end up having to take everyone hostage until they can figure out a way to get back home.
21st Feb '16 7:42:37 AM notShemp
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* RepeatedCueTardyResponse: In season 4 "[[Recap/StargateSG1S4E6WindowOfOpportunity Window of Opportunity]]", Jack and Teal'c get stuck in a GroundhogDayLoop. On an early cycle, he tries to prove to Sam and General Hammond that that is what's going on by predicting that another SG team will come back early because one of them fell and broke his ankle. Jack's guess was about a minute early and he used this trope when it didn't happen when he said it would.
21st Feb '16 6:25:50 AM Morgenthaler
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* PostMortemComeback: An episode in one of the later seasons featured a villain of the week named Khalek. He's not only revealed to be a Goa'uld-Human hybrid, but a clone of [[OmnicidalManiac Anubis]], the most evil Go'uld who ever lived. Anubis had built him as a backup plan with GeneticMemory from his "father" in the event that he was taken out for good himself.

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* PostMortemComeback: An episode in one of the later seasons featured a villain of the week named Khalek. He's not only revealed to be a Goa'uld-Human hybrid, but a clone of [[OmnicidalManiac Anubis]], the BigBad of season 5 to 8 and the most evil Go'uld who ever lived. Anubis had built him as a backup plan with GeneticMemory from his "father" in the event that he was taken out for good himself.
21st Feb '16 6:23:56 AM Morgenthaler
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* PostMortemComeback: An episode in one of the later seasons featured a villain of the week named Khalek. He's not only revealed to be a Goa'uld-Human hybrid, but a clone of [[OmnicidalManiac Anubis]], the most evil Go'uld who ever lived. Anubis had built him as a backup plan with GeneticMemory from his "father" in the event that he was taken out for good himself.
15th Feb '16 9:38:29 AM hamza678
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* MechanicalAbomination The Replicators, being an insect-like GreyGoo (or, rather, blocks) working to consume as much material as possible to replicate. They're powerful enough to bring the [[HigherTechSpecies Asgard]] civilization to the brink of extinction, and have nearly conquered multiple galaxies.

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* MechanicalAbomination MechanicalAbomination: The Replicators, being an insect-like GreyGoo (or, rather, blocks) working to consume as much material as possible to replicate. They're powerful enough to bring the [[HigherTechSpecies Asgard]] civilization to the brink of extinction, and have nearly conquered multiple galaxies.
15th Feb '16 9:38:14 AM hamza678
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* MechanicalAbomination The Replicators, being an insect-like GreyGoo (or, rather, blocks) working to consume as much material as possible to replicate. They're powerful enough to bring the [[HigherTechSpecies Asgard]] civilization to the brink of extinction, and have nearly conquered multiple galaxies.
5th Jan '16 3:22:46 AM The_Glorious_SOB
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* {{Recut}}: "Children of the Gods", the two-hour premier of the series, was recut and re-released in 2009 as a DVD-film. It included new footage, composed of new CGI and a deleted scene, a re-score of the soundtrack, and the removal of the full-frontal nudity [[ExecutiveMeddling that was forced to be added]] [[AvoidTheDreadedGRating to mark the show as "adult".]]

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* {{Recut}}: "Children of the Gods", the two-hour premier premiere of the series, was recut and re-released in 2009 as a DVD-film. It included new footage, composed of new CGI and a deleted scene, a re-score of the soundtrack, and the removal of the full-frontal nudity [[ExecutiveMeddling that was forced to be added]] [[AvoidTheDreadedGRating to mark the show as "adult".]]
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