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As one team member transitions into a new role, another is met with hesitation. Having learned of the Ori's plan to control the mortal plane, the team must find Merlin's secret weapon that may destroy the Ori and ensure the safety of Earth.

Customer Reviews

Different But Good

Four out of five stars from this Stargate fan, who has been watching the show since it was on Showtime. Like most Stargate fans, at first I held animosity towards the new cast. It's not so much that I don't like the new actors as much as I just was so attached to Richard Dean Anderson and Don S. Davis. But after a few episodes, you begin to like them. Claudia Black in particular is terrific, as usual she does a wonderful job delivering fine performances. One concern I had was with the story- I was concerned it would be a templated, typical "new, big bad enemy threatens the galaxy and so we must make unusual allies to fight etc." But it's actually quite good. The Ori are a refreshingly well written foe, who present a challenge to Earth and the newly established Jaffa Nation. They also serve to expand on the Anients story and tells us about the connection between the Ancients and the Ori.

One difference between Season 9 and previous seasons is that it is one, long on-going story arc, with basically secondary or auxiliary story threads woven into the main storyline. As opposed to previous seasons, where it was more like each episode was a different, independent story. Because of this you can't really just pick an episode and jump in, like you could in other seasons. Parts of the story and important character development happens sequentally over the season, so you pretty much have to start at the beginning and go in order. Thankfully, it's worth it, as this is a very well written and entertaining season.


awesome show especially season 9. i thought the stories were excellent and to bring Ben Browder on the show was a great idea. (not to mention good looking) it was also great to see the team come back together even without the great Jack O'neill.

Better Than Expected

With Richard Dean Anderson gone I expected Season 9 to be lame. Actually though, the writing for at least the first three episodes is very good, and the new villians, the Ori, are much more interesting than the Goa'uld ever were. The new SG-1 team doesn't have the familiar chemistry that Jack, Daniel, Sam and Tealc did but, like I said, the writing is fresh and interesting and makes up for it.