Stargate SG-1, Season 6Closed Captioning
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New to the Stargate team is Jonas Quinn (Corin Nemec) and soon, the team faces Anubis, a dangerous and powerful Goa'uld System Lord. Meanwhile, Col. O'Neill is forever altered, and the Asgard's conflict with the Replicators comes to a head.
|1||Closed CaptioningVideoRedemption, Pt. 1||In this sixth season premiere, Jonas (Corin Nemec), unable to return to Kelowna, is eager to "finish what the missing Dr. Jackson started." He and O'Neill (Richard Dean Anderson) are introduced to the X-302, the first human-built spacecraft capable of interstellar travel. Meanwhile, the Stargate mysteriously malfunctions and Carter (Amanda Tapping) informs O'Neill that it could explode and destroy all life on Earth. "Redemption, Pt. 1" ends with the fate of Earth in SG-1's hands and no apparent way to avert the impending catastrophe.||43:53||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|2||Closed CaptioningVideoRedemption, Pt. 2||Carter (Amanda Tapping) estimates that the Stargate can only withstand the attack for another 54 hours. Teal'c (Christopher Judge) and his son, Ryac, decide to seek out and destroy the weapon that has transformed the gate into a time bomb. Meanwhile, Jonas (Corin Nemec) saves the day by devising a plan to explode the Stargate seconds after O'Neill (Richard Dean Anderson) passes through the hyperspace window. SG-1 acquires a new Stargate from the Russians, trading plans for the ill-fated X-302. As a reward for helping save the planet, Jonas becomes a full-fledged member of SG-1.||43:56||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|3||Closed CaptioningVideoDescent||Carter (Amanda Tapping) and an SG team board an apparently abandoned Gou'ald mothership and are ambushed. With its drive controls disabled by Anubis' evil plot, the ship plummets through the atmosphere and crashes into the Pacific Ocean. When Carter removes a matrix of crystals from the computer core, the self-destruct mechanism activates, giving the team 17 minutes to escape. With the launch systems jammed, Jonas (Corin Nemec) saves the day and the crewmembers are jettisoned to safety just as the mothership explodes.||43:53||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|4||Closed CaptioningVideoFrozen||When woman is found frozen in the ice near an Antarctic research station, the SG-1 team is sent to investigate. The three scientists who found the woman - Michaels, Osbourne and Dr. Woods - believe she is thousands of years old. Tissue tests show that, unlike normal human cells, which suffer irreparable damage when frozen, the woman's cells are perfectly intact. Aiyana, as Michaels has named her, is defrosted and slowly comes to life. EEG's indicate that Aiyana may be an example of advanced human evolution, with cells that have evolved to withstand sub-zero temperatures. Carter theorizes that her races may have evolved long modern day humans. Michael's contracts an incurable virus from Aiyana, who seems immune to its effects. Osbourne falls ill. Then Dr. Woods gets lost in an Antarctic blizzard, forcing Teal'c and O'Neill set out on a rescue mission. Teal'c and O'Neill find the doctor nearly frozen and haul him back to the base dome for treatment. As they desperately try to save his life, Aiyana steps forward and heals Woods with her bare hands. After curing Osbourne, Michaels and Carter, Aiyana collapses in exhaustion. With her immune system weakened by the stress of all that healing, Aiyana succumbs to the virus as well. O'Neill begins to show symptoms, but Aiyana dies before she can help him. Back at SGC, a Tok'ra named Thoran informs the team that O'Neill will die unless he accepts a symbiote. O'Neill is reluctant, but Carter assures him that the symbiote will only stay until he is cured and the Tok'ra can find a new host. When Carter mentions that the symbiote has important information acquired during a recent mission, before the untimely death of its host, O'Neill agrees to have the procedure.||43:57||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|5||Closed CaptioningVideoNightwalkers||Carter (Amanda Tapping), Teal'c (Christopher Judge) and Jonas (Corin Nemec) are sent to a small town on the Oregon coast to search for missing research scientist Richard Flemming. After the three find a partially constructed alien ship in one of the buildings, Carter discovers that the zombie-like townspeople are actually Gou'ald. We learn that Immunitech is implanting Gou'ald symbiotes in the population. A symbiote is "administered" to Carter, but Flemming's antibiotic allows her to play along until NID special operations forces arrive.||43:52||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|6||Closed CaptioningVideoAbyss||O’Neill (Richard Dean Anderson) flees a Jaffa attack on an unknown planet but is captured alongside a slave before reaching the Stargate. Imprisoned and tortured by Ba'al the System Lord, O'Neill loses his memory and cannot remember where he is or why he is there. The specter of Daniel Jackson (Michael Shanks), who has been elevated to another plane of existence in death, appears in O'Neill's prison cell and offers the mystical wisdom of Oma. Since SG-1 lacks the firepower to attack Ba'al's fortress, Teal'c (Christopher Judge) suggests recruiting one of the other system lords to attack it. O'Neill and the slave escape together as Daniel appears one last time to tell him "You're going to be all right."||43:55||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|7||Closed CaptioningVideoShadowplay||SG-1 receives a delegation from Kelowna, a country on Jonas' home planet. The leader of the delegation tells SG-1 that peace on his planet is being threatened by a non-aggression pact between two rival powers. The Kelownans offer to trade naquadria for some of Earth's superior military technology. Without it, the Kelownans say they will be forced to unleash the awesome destructive power of their newly developed naquadria bomb. Dr. Kieran, a Kelownan scientist who worked on the bomb, tells Jonas he's part of a resistance movement bent on saving the planet from destruction. Jonas tell Hammond a coup is afoot and the Pentagon sends SG-1 to negotiate with the Kelownan government. It's an emotional homecoming for Jonas, who is still seen as a traitor by some of his countrymen. While Dr. Kieran arranges a meeting between SG-1 and the leaders of the resistance, Kelownan First Minister Valis tells Jonas that Kieran has been acting strangely and asks him to spy on the doctor. On the way back to resistance headquarters, Kelownan guards open fire on Jonas and Kieran chasing them into a warehouse. Jonas drives them off with cover fire, but Kieran falls off a catwalk and is knocked unconscious. The Kelownans deny attacking Kieran as a rebel spy. Carter uses a special device to track Kieran's smuggled naquadria to resistance headquarters. They find naquadria, but the building is otherwise deserted. Brain scans reveal that Kieran is suffering from advanced schizophrenia caused by prolonged exposure to naquadria. The team realizes that the resistance was a fantasy that existed only created in Kieran's deteriorating mind. The Kelownan bomb project turns out to be flawed technology and SG-1 returns home with a large quantity of naquadria, leaving Jonas' troubled homeland to fight its battles alone.||43:48||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|8||Closed CaptioningVideoThe Other Guys||Professors Coombs, Meyers and Felger are examining the ruins of a gou'ald temple on an unfriendly planet. O'Neill and Teal'c, who are standing guard, leave to join Carter and Jonas, who are a short distance testing equipment near the stargate. Gou'ald attack vessels suddenly swoop down and capture the team, but instead of following O'Neill's orders and heading back to stargate command, Felger decides to go after them. Meyers heads back to SGC and tells Hammond that Felger and Coombs have used the rings at the ruins to go up to the orbiting gou'ald mothership where SG-1 is being held captive. Felger and Coombs crawl through some ducts and find SG-1's holding cell. O'Neill is furious with them for disobeying orders. Carter reveals that their capture was faked to facilitate a meeting with Khonsu, a high-ranking gou'ald who is actually an undercover Tok'ra. Felger and Coombs take cover behind some piled-up containers, but realize something is amiss when two jaffa are gunned down nearby. Her'ak, who is supposed to deliver SG-1, instead pens them inside a force field and sets off to kill Khonsu. Felger and Coombs travel to Khonsu's planet, sneak inside the pyramid and witness the killing. The two wayward scientists access the pyramid control room and contact the team on a gou'ald PA system. With Carter's help, they unlock a stash of weapons. Felger delivers the guns, while Coombs works on shutting off the force field. SG-1 and Felger escape and attack the jaffa who are guarding the stargate, but Coombs gets trapped inside the control room, forcing Teal'c and O'Neill to ring back inside and rescue him. Back at SGC, Felger and Coombs receive special medals of honour for their bravery.||43:56||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|9||Closed CaptioningVideoAllegiance||The Tok'ra and rebel Jaffa fighting along side them suffer heavy casualties when Anubis' forces overrun SG positions in the Risa system. During the funerals that follow, a scuffle breaks out between Ocker, a Tok'ra and Artok, a Jaffa. Meanwhile Carter discovers that someone has tampered with the Naquadah reactor. Realizing that a saboteur is on board, O'Neill shuts down the gate. When Ocker is found dead, Artok becomes the prime suspect and tensions between the two uneasy allies threaten to boil over. But an autopsy showing that Ocker and his symbiote had their spines severed from behind, not in a face-to-face encounter like those favoured by Jaffa, points to Artok’s innocence. Before he can be freed, Artok is found dead in his cell. There is no sign of resistance and no explanation of how the killer entered and exited Artok's cell. A riot is averted when Bratac finds the killers tracks and the group splits into search parties. One search party turns up dead. Then enemy attacks and kills Bratac. Teal’c and the other rebel Jaffa are furious with Malek for failing to help their leader, but he swears that Bratac was attacked by some invisible force. They realize that the killer is Nirrti, a highly trained gou’ald assassin equipped with a cloaking device. Carter alters the Naquadah reactor to produce an electromagnetic field that reveals their invisible foe. Nirrti quickly shuts off the reactor and begins killing everyone in the room. At the last second, a badly wounded Bratac reappears and kills Nirrti with a series of deadly staff blasts. Bratac and Malek make amends, bringing the Tok’ra and the rebel Jaffa closer together in their fight against the evil gou’ald empire.||43:58||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|10||Closed CaptioningVideoCure||SG-1 pays a visit to Panger, where a working Stargate has recently been discovered among some ruins. The Pangerans, who are a few decades behind Earth technologically, have developed a miracle drug called tretonin that makes the immune system "impervious to all disease." The Pangeran leaders, Tegar and Dollen, offer to share the secret of tretonin. In exchange they ask SG-1 to teach them how to use the gate for interplanetary travel. However, the planets they ask to visit are all gou’ald homeworlds, which are strictly off limits. When scientist Zenna Valk hints at some kind of problem with the tretonin, Teal’c and Jonas visit the facility where the drug is made and discover gou’ald symbiotes living in tanks of murky water. Dollen admits that the symbiotes, which are critical in making tretonin, have been bred in captivity by a gou’ald queen. For the drug to work, he says, the dosage has to be steadily increased. If patients stop taking it, their immune systems shut down completely. With the gou’ald Queen dying and demand for the drug growing, they Pangerans decided to procure another queen. Jonas translates the inscriptions in an underground chamber and discovers that the so-called gou’ald queen is actually the long-lost queen Egeria, the origin of the Tok'ra. A Tok’ra woman named Kelmaa breaks into the Egeria’s chamber and sacrifices herself to give the dying queen her host. Egeria wakes up and reveals that she purposely passed on the imperfection in the tretonin as a defense mechanism. Realizing that the Pangerans mistreated her out of ignorance, not malice, Egeria reveals how to make the antidote and thousands of lives are saved.||43:56||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|11||Closed CaptioningVideoPrometheus, Pt. 1||When TV reporter Julia Donovan gets wind of a top secret project called Prometheus, the president orders General Hammond to kill the story. An incensed Donovan threatens to alert the foreign media, forcing Hammond to offer her a tour of the project in return for an exclusive at a later date. Prometheus turns out to be a spaceship combining human know-how with alien technology recovered from a spacecraft that crashed in Alaska in 1978. While Jonas and Carter give Donovan and her producer a tour of the bridge, the TV crew - Smith, Reynolds Jones and Sanderson - overpowers the guards and activate the ship’s lockdown controls. Carter goes to investigate and runs into the hijackers, who manage to lock her in a utility closet. The hijackers demand the release of two prisoners, Colonel Frank Simmons and the notorious gou’ald scientist Adrian Conrad. Carter contacts O’Neill by radio and tells him the hijackers are trying to steal the X-303, but it’s too late. They escape as soon as Conrad and Simmons are board. O’Neill and Teal’c give chase in a pair of much smaller X-302s, which are able to dock undetected by the X-303’s partially finished security system. As the vessel heads into hyperspace, Conrad tries to kill Simmons. The two struggle and Conrad ends up dead. O’Neill and Teal’c find Simmons, who turns out to be gou’ald just like Conrad, and a vicious battle ensues. Just as Teal’c is about to die O’Neill activates the airlock and Simmons gets sucked out the door. As the X-303 drifts helplessly through hyperspace, the Asgard leader Thor appears and appeals for help battling an infestation of replicators that has over-run his homeworld. This sets the stage for next week’s conclusion, "Unnatural Selection."||43:54||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|12||Closed CaptioningVideoUnnatural Selection, Pt. 2||After rescuing SG-1 from hyperspace, the Asgard leader Thor asks SG-1 help fight the replicators that have overrun his home world. The replicators, box-like robots that have the ability to think and evolve, consume everything in their path with an instinctive thirst for the knowledge and experience of those they devour. Thor explains that the Asgard lured millions of the creatures to the planet in an attempt to slow their evolution with a time dilator. Instead the replicators used the device to speed up time, allowing them to evolve at an astonishing rate. SG-1 finds the planet paved in a layer of metal replicator bricks miles thick. Five humans confront the team and order Carter to stop tinkering with time dilator. When she refuses, the humans reveal that they are actually replicators that have "merged" with human forms. The replicator-humans, named First, Second, Third, Fourth and Fifth, disarm SG-1 and probe their memory banks, allowing them to see what the team is thinking at all times. Fifth, who seems sympathetic to SG-1, taps into Carter's mind where their communication can’t be intercepted and agrees to help the team escape in return for safe passage from the planet. Faced with the risk of unleashing an army of replicator-humans on an unsuspecting galaxy, the team has no choice but to trick Fifth into missing the ship. Carter reconfigures the time dilator and starts it up just as the replicators realize what’s happening. Fifth is captured, but the device quickly slows time to a standstill and allows SG-1 to escape. A replicator ship veers toward O'Neill and crew but it is consumed by the force field expanding outward from the time dilator as SG-1 heads for home.||43:51||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|13||Closed CaptioningVideoSight Unseen||SG-1 returns from an archeological site on another planet carrying an ancient artifact that glows and emits strange energy waves. When Jonas catches a glimpse of an eel-like alien life form disappearing through a concrete wall of the gateroom, Hammond orders a security lockdown of the base. However, the alert is lifted when no trace of the creature can be detected. Unfazed, O’Neill heads off on a fishing trip while Jonas and Carter stay behind to examine the artifact. As they work, Jonas sees an alien slither across his arm, but Carter doesn’t see the alien and Jonas starts to wonder if he’s losing his mind. Meanwhile, O’Neill is chatting with a rural gas station owner named Vernon Sharpe when an eel-like alien flies past his head. Sharpe, however, sees nothing unusual. Back at SGC, Carter determines that the creatures exist in a parallel dimension and can only be seen by people who have been exposed to the artifact’s energy. When Carter realizes that the device gives off an electrical charge that can be passed from person to person, O’Neill has to retrace his steps and warn everyone he has contacted. A paranoid and Gulf War veteran, Sharpe starts seeing creatures before O’Neill can get to him. Afraid the government is after him, Sharpe goes AWOL, undermining SG-1’s efforts to contain the disease. Carter and Jonas, meanwhile, create a cure by reversing the device’s energy field. SG-1 deduces that Sharpe headed for a friend’s place in Las Vegas. O’Neill chases him through the airport and into a hangar and talks the psychologically damaged veteran into keeping the whole episode a secret.||43:56||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|14||Closed CaptioningVideoSmoke and Mirrors||When Sen. Kinsey is assassinated in broad daylight in front of a dozen civilian witnesses, Col. Jack O'Neill is the prime suspect, having been seen and videotaped leaving the scene with a rifle in hand.||43:56||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|15||Closed CaptioningVideoParadise Lost||Col. Jack O'Neill is at home, grilling hot dogs in his backyard, when his former friend Col. Harry Maybourne - the traitorous National Intelligence Division (NID) agent now wanted for high treason - shows up. O'Neill threatens to turn him in.||43:51||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|16||Closed CaptioningVideoMetamorphosis||The episode starts with Jonas and Carter talking, when suddenly the Russian SG team returns. They bring back a sickly man named Alebran, who informs them that Nirrti is experimenting with his people.||43:55||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|17||Closed CaptioningVideoDisclosure||With Anubis, the most powerful of the Goa'uld system lords, increasing his ability to acquire and use advanced weaponry against Earth, Gen. Hammond decides to break the secrecy of the Stargate program.||43:36||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|18||Closed CaptioningVideoForsaken||While on a recon mission to planet P2X-005, where no humans are supposed to have visited, Col. Jack O'Neill finds a photograph of a young human woman.||43:56||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|19||Closed CaptioningVideoThe Changeling||In a busy hospital Teal'c is wheeled into surgery. As the surgeon in charge looks at him, the doctor's eyes glow white: It is the Goa'uld system lord Apophis.||43:53||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|20||Closed CaptioningVideoMemento||Col. Jack O'Neill is miffed about being taken off SG missions to baby-sit the commander and crew of the Prometheus on her shakedown cruise.||43:51||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|21||Closed CaptioningVideoProphecy||SG-1 is on planet P4S-237, talking to the people there who have been oppressed by the Goa'uld system lord Ba'al, whose emissary, system lord Mot, regularly visits the planet to collect a tribute in the form of Naquadah.||43:55||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|22||Closed CaptioningVideoFull Circle||Col. Jack O'Neill is riding the elevator at Stargate Command when Dr. Daniel Jackson, who had, nearly a year earlier, ascended to a higher plane of existence, suddenly appears and asks for help.||43:52||$1.99||View in iTunes|
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Season 6: No Daniel?
Yes, that's right. Daniel Jackson died, then ascended at the end of the 5th season. Jonas Quinn tries to take Daniel's place, but not without great suspicion among the SGC. Being that Jonas was mostly responsible for Daniel's death. But that's in the past. Season 6 kicked off a new era as SG1 moved from Showtime to cable. Ending up on the Sci-fi network. Despite it, the show remained in its prime! We got to meet a real Ancient, however brief. And we learn of a "Lost City" the evil Goa'uld System Lord "Anubis" has been trying to find. It inevitably led to the Atlantis Spin-off in Season 8. we're also intoroduced to Tratonin: a vaccine for Jaffa to replace their symbiotes. Does it mean they're one step closer to all-out freedom? The 6th season shows us that even tho Michael Shanks wasn't around for every episode, the plots and storylines held up pretty good. And how can you deny the whole Ascension thing? That alone is pretty cool! lol. And while i admit i like seeing this here, the DVD gives you MUCH more for your buck. Backgrounds into the characters and actors who play them, plus interviews and commentaries. iTunes needs to offer those @ no extra cost for this to truely be a good value. But it's Stargate: SG-1, so it deserves all the stars I can fit onto this review!
Awesome, but overpriced
This can be a great season if you can get used to Jonas...if not, well you'll just have to deal with him and everyone talking about how great he is. In this season there are a few episodes that takes place on Earth with a kind of "X-files" type feel to them, but I like both series that was a plus to me on this. Itunes has this up for $40, well I bought my copy at wal-mart a couple months ago for $15 so I saved money and hard-drive space on this. Top 5 episodes in this one would be...
1. Smoke and Mirrors
4. Unnatural Selection
5. The Other Guys
this show is very, very entertaining. it has cool bad guys, awesome technology(zat guns) and likeable, well developed characters. must see!!
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