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Best of all is the snappy dialogue, mostly from the tart-tongued O’Neill.When we last left Our Heroes, they were on Apophis’ ship, facing the impending destruction and/or enslavement of everyone on Earth.Since Earth has now annoyed the Goa’uld, several exploration teams are formed to go through the Stargate and find weapons and allies.And SG-1 — Carter, O’Neill, Jackson and Teal’c — encounters some very strange problems: a plague that turns people into savages, a people who live only a hundred days, a Viking planet, a Stargate explorer stranded since 1945, a little girl turned into a bomb, the seductive Goa’uld queen Hathor, and coming back as robots.And of course, SG-1 has to deal with lots of other stuff — insectile transformations, black holes, prison planets, Native American “spirits,” invisible bugs, hostile alien orbs, reliving their most traumatic memories in a VR world, and time traveling to 1969.

It’s graced with kitschy Egyptian-styled sets, lots of shoot-em-up action from Marines and Air Force, and plenty of planets influenced by Earth cultures, like the Minoans and the Vikings.That wasn’t the case with the spinoff of the 1995 movie “Stargate,” a science fiction movie that spawned an excellent television series, “Stargate SG-1.” The first season is not nearly as brilliant as the ones that followed it, but it’s a welcome change from distant space operas — excellent writing, acting, and a sense of humor about itself and its characters.The Stargate has been inactive for a year — until it is activated, and a bunch of Egyptian-styled warriors come through and kidnap a young officer. Davis) pulls Jack O’Neill (Richard Dean Anderson) out of retirement to learn what really happened on the planet of Abydos, and where these mysterious aliens have come from.Patrick Currie (Smallville) Francois Chau (Lost) Sarah Deakins (Andromeda) David Paetkau (Flashpoint) John Novak (Wishmaster 3 & 4) Thomas Kopache (Catch Me If You Can) Michael Welch (All The Boys Love Mandy Lane) David Richmond-Peck (V) Christopher Heyerdahl (Sanctuary) James Parks (Kill Bill) Michael Rooker (Guardians of The Galaxy) Kavan Smith (Sanctuary) Jolene Blalock (Star Trek: Enterprise) Christine Adams (Agents of SHIELD) Emily Holmes (Dark Angel) David Deluise (Vampires Suck) Sebastian Spence (First Wave) Saul Rubinek (Memory Run) Adam Baldwin (Chuck) Peter Flemming (Love Sick) James Mc Daniel (Sleepy Hollow) Jessica Steen (Armageddon) William Devane (The Dark Knight Rises) Torri Higginson (Highlander: The Raven) Kira Clavell (Ninja Turtles: Next Mutation) Alisen Down (Smallville) David Kaufman (Superman: TAS) Amy Sloan (The Aviator) James Kidnie (Arrow) Erica Durance (Smallville) Derek Hamilton (Out Cold) Charles Shaughnessy (Sabrina: TTW) Barclay Hope (Paycheck) Dan Castellaneta (The Simpsons) Isaac Hayes (South Park) Mel Harris (Thirtysomething) Clare Carey (Hercules: TLJ) Lexa Doig (Andromeda) April Telek (Supernatural) Julian Sands (Gotham) Louis Gossett Jr (The Punisher 80s) Maury Chaykin (Andromeda) Sonya Salomaa (Watchmen) William B.Davis (The X-Files) Robert Picardo (Star Trek: Voyager) Cameron Bright (Running Scared) Tony Todd (The Flash) Anna Galvin (Caprica) William Atherton (Die Hard) Reed Diamond (Dollhouse) Ernie Hudson (Ghostbusters) John Aylward (Alias) Peter Shinkoda (Masked Rider) Tamlyn Tomita (Highlander: The Series) Tim Guinee (Iron Man) Daniella Evangelista (Edgemont) Michael Ironside (Total Recall) John Noble (Sleepy Hollow) Katharine Isabelle (Ginger Snaps) Eric Steinberg (Terminator: TSCC) Noah Danby (Bitten) Jodelle Ferland (Kingdom Hospital) Joe Flanigan (Thoughtcrimes) Sarah Strange (Dark Angel) David Nykl (Arrow) Chuck Campbell (Jason X) Keegan Connor Tracy (Bates Motel) Corey Monteith (Glee) Morena Baccarin (Gotham) Rudolf Martin (Buffy) Scott Mc Neil (Beast Wars) Aisha Hinds (Cult) Mike Dopud (X-Men: Days of Future Past) Ron Canada (Wedding Crashers) Craig Fairbrass (Termiantor: TSCC) John Tench (Andromeda) Fred Willard (Anchorman) Jonathan Walker (Flash Gordon) Most TV shows spun off from movies are uninvolving and uninteresting, and hopefully die and are forgotten.And of course, the dialogue is priceless — most of the good stuff comes from O’Neill, but Teal’c and the others usually get some good ones as well.

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