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Stargate SG-1: Season 3
To resolve the season 2 cliffhanger, General Hammond rounds up every conceivable ally to rescue the SG-1 team from Hathor's clutches and gets a much-needed field trip in the process. "Into the Fire " is actually a weak opening for the new year, but does boast some impressive visuals as Hammond and Brat'ac pilot a shuttle through an open Stargate (euphemistically called "threading the needle"). In subsequent episodes, Daniel Jackson is intrigued by the planet Orban's scientific advances over only a few years. An exchange of knowledge is agreed and the precise "Learning Curve" of their children is revealed. Still recalling the original movie, O'Neill is concerned for the siblings because of the loss of his son. In "Demons" some serious lambasting of organized religion occurs in a storyline concerning a medieval Christian village that's being terrorized by a giant Goa'uld servant creature. This episode both brings to light and questions each of the principal characters' beliefs.
"Forever in a Day" begins an important storyline about Daniel's wife Sha're's stolen child who is a "Harcesis," an illegal breeding between Goa'uld hosts. Then an earlier thread is picked up in "Past and Present" on planet Vyus whose people all suffer amnesia. Their leader Ke'ra (played by Megan Leitch who's portrayed Mulder's missing sister in The X-Files) is a link to the earlier "Prisoners" episode and the dangerous "destroyer of worlds". In a two-part cliffhanger, Sam must attempt to rescue her father, face Satan himself on a prison moon, and resurrect "Jolinar's Memories" from the Goa'uld she was briefly possessed by, then "The Devil You Know" reveals an embarrassing secret that could allow the team to escape the clutches of Satanic Sokar. "Pretense" is one of those sci-fi series staples as a character is put on trial to prove their guilt on behalf of another. "Urgo" expands the general sardonic humor with a little pathos for the guest appearance by Dom DeLuise. Lots of slapstick ensues.
"A Hundred Days" is the three months O'Neill spends stranded on planet Edora by the fire rain of a passing asteroid belt. Then in "Shades of Grey" he appears to suffer a total personality switch when he steals technology from the Tollan and is insubordinate in the extreme. Both these are terrific concepts but are scarcely enough story to have stretched across more than one episode. --Paul Tonks --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
What is there not to love about Stargate SG.1 If you love military action, space adventure, and ancient evil gods with a slice of comedy then Stargate SG-1 is it. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Kaplos
Being a huge fan of Stargate SG-1 since the beginning, I had to purchase this season to add to my collection. Read morePublished on May 6 2007 by D. Landry
La langue du D.V.D est l'anglais seulement.
Serait-il possible qu'elle soit en français aussi?
Sg1 is just too amazing. The stories are great and they truly start to shine in season 3. We have had 2 seasons for some good character development so why not throw in some new... Read morePublished on March 9 2004 by Jason
There were very few episodes in this season I didn't like. A solid season with great storylines and acting. Read morePublished on March 4 2004 by David Hepworth
In an AU, Jack and Sam are either married or engaged. Why can't it happen in their reality? Good season though.Published on Dec 1 2003
So far I've watched disc 1 of season 3, too bad it doesn't include captions at all (not even English! Read morePublished on Nov. 5 2003 by Roberto De la Peña