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Stargate SG-1: The Complete Season Nine


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  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Dubbed: English, French
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 5
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000HEZEY6
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #68,964 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)


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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Mr_Punk_Rock on March 28 2007
Format: DVD
Whe Richard D. Anderson left the show at the end of season 8 the show lost much of there audience (Myself included). But after catching some re-runs on TV nearing the end of the season i thought maybe the show isnt a complete write off just yet. The character Vala brought a new form of chemistry to the show that really paid off in season 9 and more so in season 10. As for the new star of the series Ben Browder aka Cameron Mitchell. I found him to be to generic and un-interesting. Obviosuly the gene pool in that show must be limited seeing as him and Michael Shanks look almost like identical twins. However, The Ori storyline was well written and very entertaining. It was nice to see them lose some battles instead of just constantly winning all the time. Anyways heres a list of the episodes and general ratings for them...

-Avalon (Part One) - 10% -All the team members have left the SGC... Boring.

-(Part two) - 90% - Ori storyline introduced.

-Origin - 70% - Ori priors show up in the Milkyway galaxy.

-The Ties That Bind - 80% - Daniel and Vala go on an Adventure

-The Powers That Be - 80% Goes into Valas past.

-Beachhead - 100% - Ori attack a Jaffa controlled planet.

-Ex Deus Machina - 50% - Jaffa go Baal hunting on Earth.

-Babylon - 0% - didnt watch it because its just about Col. Mitchell and Jaffa

-Prototype - 90% - Jr. Anubis is found. And The IOA complicates things.

-The Fourth Horseman (Part One and Two) - 100% - Ori unleash a plague on Earth.

-Collateral Damage - 10% - Another crappy episode focused on Mitchell.

-Ripple Effect - 90% - Alternate Sg1s show up.

-Stronghold - 50% - Baal brainwashes Jaffa.
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I love Stargate SG-1 and I intend to purchase the whole series one season at a time.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By D. Landry TOP 1000 REVIEWER on April 17 2007
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Being a huge fan of Stargate SG-1 since the beginning, I had to purchase this season to add to my collection. Season 9 is somewhat different because we don't have Richard Dean Anderson's humour, but his replacement is a great addition to the team. Even though he had big shoes to fill, he did it and quite frankly, I like him just as much. This show had a great idea to have a stargate that let's you travel through many dimensions and worlds. The storyline and cast is excellent! Whether you like sci-fi or not, this is fun to watch and for anyone since it touches a lot of issues such as dealing with different kinds of people and their beliefs, friendships, enemies, adventures and even comedy. This show is awsome on many different levels. Plus they always keep the price very affordable. Money well spent.
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340 of 361 people found the following review helpful
A strong season as STARGATE SG-1 successfully reinvents itself Aug. 22 2006
By Robert Moore - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I write this review just one day after the news that the Sci-Fi Channel has declined to renew STARGATE SG-1 for an eleventh season. It would normally be hard to feel too bad about a show that has had ten full seasons, but it seems a shame to cancel a show that has not only demonstrated a remarkable consistency for the past ten years, but an ability to recreate itself. The show's executive producers insist that they are not giving up yet on the series and harbor hopes of transferring it to another network. I personally hope they succeed. While we've had ten great years of stories about the SG-1 team, I'd welcome two or three more seasons, especially with the new team and the new threat to the galaxy introduced in Season Nine.

For most STARGATE SG-1 fans, Season Eight was something of a disappointment. It was no secret that Richard Dean Anderson was burnt out and wanted to leave the show. When SG-1 went into the field it was as a trio and not as a quartet, and Anderson's anarchic sense of humor was severely missed. The show clearly needed to change if it was going to continue to be worth watching. When Anderson left the show at the end of Season Eight, some fans lost all interest in the show. But Ben Browder in replacing Anderson brought some fan interest of his own, having starred in the critically acclaimed, fan favorite, and tragically cancelled FARSCAPE. Although for many fans Browder could not fully replace Anderson, he definitely brought a great deal to the show. And most important, he helped restore some balance to the cast by injecting some of the same irreverence that Anderson had.

Season 9 was unfortunately interrupted by real life concerns. Both Amanda Tapping and newcomer Claudia Black had their participation in the show interfered with by pregnancy. Tapping missed the first part of the season having her baby, while Black, who was to be an ongoing part time character, had her participation limited to several episodes at the beginning and a couple at the very end. As delighted as I am that Black was able to have a child, from the standpoint of the show her unavailability was unfortunate, since she instantly brought an energy and sense of outrageousness that the show had always lacked. Of course, we didn't know this until she appeared, but it became obvious from her guest appearance in Season 8. Black and Ben Browder had, of course, played the star-crossed lovers Aeryn Sun and John Crichton on FARSCAPE, and I was somewhat uncomfortable at the prospect of their appearing together on STARGATE. They had, of course, been involved in the greatest Sci-Fi romance story in the history of TV Sci-Fi. I was afraid that there would be attempt to throw them together on the new show. Luckily, the writers decided to loosely pair Claudia Black's Vala with Michael Shanks's Daniel Jackson instead of Ben Browder's Cameron Mitchell. Nonetheless, the presence of Black and Browder on the show caused many fans to refer to it as FARGATE.

Season Eight of the show had seen the almost complete demise of the Goa'uld, so there was the need for a new enemy. The one chosen was one particularly relevant to the times: the Ori. These religious fanatics go about the universe forcibly making people conform to their religious faith or killing them. In a time when fundamentalists are rampant both in North America and the Middle East, this particular enemy has a particular topical relevance. (There are a number of vague political references throughout SG-1. The new president in Season 8 is said by O'Neill to be a "shrub," a term that has often been used to deride George W. Bush, though all in all the show leaves its politics vague, usually refusing to explore the political ramifications of the show, largely for narrative reasons.)

All in all, I thought Season Nine was a wonderful recovery after the rather listless Season Eight. Ben Browder brought back a lot of the energy that was missing in Anderson's lessened participation in the show while Claudia Black brought a delightful outrageousness in her episodes, something that she has continued after becoming a full time character in Season Ten. In other words, the show needed to redefine itself after Season Eight, and it did so successfully. Fans of the show how will have to hold their breath while we see if Season Ten will be the show's last.
91 of 102 people found the following review helpful
Still loving SG-1... Sept. 3 2006
By B. McClure - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
When I first saw the movie "Stargate", I was captivated by the storyline: A portal that is connected to other worlds, allowing almost instantaneous transfer, is finally figured out by us lowly humans, so of course we go to investigate. So I was thrilled when it became a series, although I was only able to sporadically watch the shows at first (I have since filled in all my gaps with my DVD collection of the series). The cast choice was perfect to me, and I was happy that it stayed together as long as it did (I was extrememly happy when Michael Shanks rejoined the cast full-time). I thought it might go downhill with the departure (full-time) of Richard Dean Anderson. Thankfully, the cast and crew were able to make it through Season 8, and in Season 9, they successfully integrated new members into SG-1. Now, I'm also a huge fan of FARSCAPE, and even though I love it, I cringed when I heard that Ben Browder was going to be part of the team; I didn't think he would fit into this scenario. However, he proved me wrong; his sense of humor is what the team needs, and even though he'll never truly replace RDA, that's not what I wanted anyway. He's carved his own niche into the team, and what he's brought is fresh and funny (when it needs to be). I was unaware that Claudia Black (again from FARSCAPE) was going to be brought in, and I again cringed, thinking that they were going to try and pair her and Browder together. Thankfully, they kind-of-paired her character "Vala" up with "Daniel Jackson", and that has actually had me rolling on occasion. The new additions to the cast are welcome in Season 9, and even though we've all heard that Season 10 will be the last, I'm hoping it isn't. This series has continuously captured my imagination, has injected their techno-geek-speak with some honestly hilarious moments, and still has more life to live!!!
21 of 25 people found the following review helpful
Change is a good thing! Sept. 9 2006
By Beth A. Nelson - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I also ordered this set from the UK so that I could get it faster, and I have to say that while season 9 is almost a new show it is built on a solid foundation of season 1-8 and I am hoping beyond hope that the show will continue either in film versions, mini-series, or a spin off with at least Dr. Jackson and Vala. I have to admit that I love these characters together and I think that Ben Browder is coming into his own as a solid character, and as much as I love the character of Carter she doesn't feel like a part of this new 'universe', and Teal'c could be a part of it but then the hope that he could help build up a Jaffa state would have to be taken away, otherwise he still has conflicting committments.

It is hard to let go of Richard Dean Anderson, he is a great actor and played a great character, but I think the Ori, being led by Vala's daughter, are a more than worthy adversary and they have given the show some foes that seem impossible to kill/eliminate. This is what true sci-fi needs an unatainable goal. And Season 9 is the starting point for understanding the new path of the show. Season 9 is not for those who are unable to accept change, but in my opinion change is necessary in the real world and that of Stargate. Go team!!
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
New Characters; Fresh Humor Oct. 15 2006
By T. Hill - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I was honestly skeptical at first about the switch-over of characters in this season of Stargate, which is my favorite show. But after buying it and watching, I am hooked. Mitchell is witty and spastic and Vala is just plain troublesome fun. I highly recommend it to any fans of Stargate SG-1, and also to people who haven't been into the show before and would likely find something new and likeable in the facelift the show has received for it's 9th and 10th seasons.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Great Sci-fi Series Comes To An End Oct. 13 2007
By Rich(Anime&Games Will Always Prevail!) - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I've watched Stargate SG-1 from season one to season ten and can't help but feel the series truly ended around season eight.The show was mostly about the Goaul'd a race of parasitic aliens who had enslaved entire worlds for centuries,the Jaffa the Goaul'd slaves who were their soldiers and whose bodies were used to carry young Goaul'd to maturity,and finally Stargate Command and the Sg-Teams trying to fight the Goaul'd.After season eight and most of the Goaul'd masters were defeated a new enemy had to be made enter the ORI the bad guys and Dark side aspect of another race in the stargate universe the ANCIENTS people who evolved to become beings in a higher plane of existence.I felt that the series truly stopped after season eight Richard Dean Anderson had left the show and a new leader was given to SG-1 as well as a new General.This new team to me just did not have the same feel of family and friendship that the old Sg-1 team and actors who played through all the previous seasons did.I know after so many seasons that a new character would be different but it just seemed the producers wanted to milk the cash cow more than it had left.So all I can say is if you're really a die hard fan who wants to continue watching the show go ahead and get this set but if you like me have more fond memories of this great show stop at season eight and just think that it was the last season of the once great series...
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