Stargate SG1

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Stargate SG1

Season 1 (1997)

The pick of the first series of the popular sci-fi show, including the feature-length opening episode. In 'Children of the Gods - The Next Mission', the SG-1 team discover a host of new Stargates and a deadly enemy on the planet Chulak. In 'There But For the Grace of God', Jackson is transported to an alternate Earth, one which is being besieged by the Goa'ulds. In 'Politics', Jackson strives to convince the world at large of the Goa'uld's plans for global domination, but the powers-that-be seem impervious to his pleas. Finally, in 'Within the Serpent's Grasp', the SG-1 team infiltrate the Goa'uld attack headquarters, determined to thwart their plans for attack.

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Stargate SG1

Season 2 (1999)

The complete second season of the popular space opera. In 'The Serpent's Lair' the SG-1 team find themselves trapped in a Goa'uld warship as it makes a deadly attack on Earth. 'In the Line of Duty' has Carter's body play host to a Goa'uld interloper. Can the parasite be vanquished without Carter also coming to harm? 'Prisoners' sees the SG-1 team falsely convicted of being accessories to murder and imprisoned in a draconian penal colony. 'The Gamekeeper' finds the team coerced into a bizarre virtual reality game, in which they are forced to relive the most significant moments of their lives. In 'Need' Jackson saves a beautiful princess' life, but in doing so causes the imprisonment of the rest of his team. 'Thor's Chariot' has the team forced to defend Cimmeria from a hostile attack, even though they themselves have knocked out the planet's defence systems. 'Message in a Bottle' sees O'Neill infected by an alien organism. 'Family' finds the SG-1 team embarking on a rescue mission when Teal'c's son Rya'c is kidnapped and ferried away to Chulak. In 'Secrets' the Stargate project is placed at risk by a reporter who threatens to reveal all regarding the secret portal. 'Bane' sees Teal'c mutate into a destructive monster after being stung by a giant insect. 'Spirits' has O'Neill sent to investigate when the SG-1 team are kidnapped on a planet populated by mystics and invisible spirits. 'The Tok'ra (Part 1)' finds Carter recruiting her ailing father for a mission to seek out the Goa'uld, unaware of the peril that lies in wait for them. In 'The Tok'ra (Part 2)' one of the Tok'ra is permitted to inhabit the body of Carter's dying father in order to save the race, just as the Gou'ald launch an attack. 'Touchstone' sees the SG-1 team accused of stealing a climate-controlling touchstone from the planet Madrona. 'A Matter of Time' has the Earth threatened by a powerful black hole. 'The Fifth Race' finds O'Neill's brain infiltrated by an intelligent force after he uses an alien viewing device. In 'Serpent's Song' the SG-1 team are offered a pact by their mortal enemy Apophis, who is on the run from the Gou'ald and in need of a new body. 'Holiday' sees Jackson forced into swapping his body with a dying alien intent on escaping to Earth. 'One False Step' has the SG-1 team accidentally cause an entire alien race to become infected with a deadly plague. 'Show and Tell' finds the SG-1 team tricked into assisting an invisible race who wish to destroy humanity. '1969' sees the Stargate team trying to avoid the bad acid, as well as a suspicious US military command, when they are transported back to America on the eve of Woodstock. Finally, 'Out of Mind' has O'Neill fooled into thinking that he has awoken from a lengthy spell in the cryogenic freezer, when in fact he has been kidnapped by the Goa'uld enemy.

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Stargate SG1

Season 3 (2000)

The complete third season of the popular sci-fi series. In 'Into the Fire' the SG1 team are taken prisoner on Hathor's world, and it is left to Hammond and Teal'c to formulate a rescue plan. 'Seth' sees the crew attempting to track down an ancient Goa'uld who is on Earth posing as a religious leader. 'Fair Game' has Carter attempt to expose Thor's double-dealings with the Goa'uld when the latter plan an attack on Earth. 'Legacy' finds the SG1 team forced to make an enormous sacrifice when they discover a deadly parasite. In 'Learning Curve' Jack O'Neill disobeys orders when he attempts to save the twelve-year-old Merrin from being used by the Orbanians for memory storage. 'Point of View' sees SG1 visited by alternative versions of Carter and Kawalsky, who come from a parallel universe in which Earth has been taken over by the Goa'uld. 'Deadman's Switch' has the SG1 crew captured by a bounty hunter while on a routine mission. 'Demons' finds the team in trouble when they get mistaken for demons by a medieval civilisation. In 'Rules of Engagement' the SG1 team comes to the assistance of a unit it believes to be the missing SG11 squadron. 'Forever in a Day' sees Daniel Jackson reunited with his wife, though this has a damaging effect on his friendship with Teal'c. 'Past and Present' has the SG1 team visit an amnesiac planet, where Jackson becomes attracted to a brilliant and mysterious young woman called Ke'ra. 'Jolinar's Memories' finds the team attempting to rescue Major Carter's father, who has been captured and imprisoned on a moon which has been converted into a literal Hell. In 'The Devil You Know' the SG1 team are tortured for information when they are taken hostage by one of the denizens of Hell. 'Foothold' sees General Hammond conspire with Dr Frasier and a pair of aliens after the entire team is rendered unconscious. 'Pretense' has the SG1 team attend a 'triad' ceremony on the planet Tollan, only to discover that this is a front for the trial of their friend, Skaara. 'Urgo' finds the team implanted with alien spores which enable them to see a strange creature called Urgo, who claims to be their friend. In 'A Hundred Days' Stargate is destroyed by wayward meteors, leaving the SG1 team stranded on the planet Edora with no way back home. 'Shades of Grey' sees O'Neill suspended by Hammond after stealing a weapon from Tollana. 'New Ground' has the SG1 team trigger off a war between two cultures when they visit a new planet. 'Maternal Instinct' finds Daniel attempting to save a mystical child from two warring factions. 'Crystal Skull' sees Daniel disappear after finding a skull which was first discovered by his grandfather many years ago. Finally, in 'Nemesis', O'Neill is kidnapped by the Asgard and taken to a ship full of tiny metallic creatures who are on their way to destroy the planet Earth.

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Stargate SG1

Season 4 (2000)

The complete fourth season of the popular sci-fi series. In 'Small Victories' the Stargate team find themselves back on Earth tackling a replicating bug on a Russian submarine. 'The Other Side' has the SG-1 crew help the war-devastated planet of Euronda. 'Upgrades' finds O'Neill, Carter and Daniel volunteering to try out a Tok'ra device that gives the wearer superhuman powers. 'Crossroads' sees Teal'c meet up with a lost-love who has a novel communication method that may help defeat the Goa'uld. In 'Divide and Conquer' the team get caught in a time loop and experience the same events over and over again. 'Window of Opportunity' has various SG-1 members sent beserk by Goa'uld mind control techniques. 'Watergate' finds the SG-1 team helping out some Russian colleagues who have attempted to bring some special water through a Stargate. 'The First Ones' sees O'Neill take charge of a rescue mission which aims to help the imperilled SG-11 team. In 'Scorched Earth' the team find themselves caught between two opposing sides, both seeking to control the same planet. 'Beneath the Surface' has an amnesiac SG-1 crew attempting to work out exactly how they all began working in an alien power station. 'Point of No Return' sees O'Neill meet a strange man with a surprisingly detailed knowledge about the Stargate programme. 'Tangent' finds Teal'c and O'Neill taking part in a test flight of some new experimental aircraft. In 'Serpent's Venom' the team are sent on a mission to prevent a potentially dangerous alliance between Apophis and Heru'ur. 'The Curse' has Daniel investigate when his old professor dies in mysterious circumstances. 'Chain Reaction' sees O'Neill take on the bureaucrats when SG-1 are threatened with dissolution. '2010' finds the team attempting to save the human race from the Aschen. In 'Absolute Power' SG-1 encounter a young boy who carries the genetic memory of the Goa'uld. 'The Light' has the team come under the power of a strange temple. 'Prodigy' sees Carter and a rebellious new recruit come into danger when they pass through the Stargate and encounter an alien composed purely of energy. 'Entity' finds Carter in trouble again when her body is taken over by an alien probe. 'Double Jeopardy' has the SG-1 team return to a planet which they once helped free from the shackles of Goa'uld enslavement and set about helping them in another revolt, this time against Cronos. Finally, in 'Exodus', SG-1 decide to put an end to Apophis aggression by making the sun go nova, but just as they are putting the plan into action their ship takes a crippling hit, thus preventing them from fleeing the scene of the imminent solar meltdown.

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Stargate SG1

Season 5 (2001)

The entire fifth season of this spin-off series. In 'Enemies' SG-1 prepare for a big showdown with Apophis on board a ruined ship. In 'Threshold' the team attempt to bring Teal'c from the brink of oblivion. In 'Ascension' Carter is visited by an invisible alien who tells her the secrets of a mysterious device she has been studying. In 'The Fifth Man' O'Neill risks his life to look after a non-existent team member. 'Red Sky' sees the team's arrival on the planet K'Tau cause a solar reaction which endangers the planet's future. In 'Rites of Passage' the onset of puberty has some disturbing consequences for the teenaged Casandra. In 'Beast of Burden' Daniel attempts to free his friend Chaka from slavery. In 'The Tomb' the team are trapped inside an old Goa'uld tomb with a killer alien. In 'Between Two Fires' the team investigate newly-developed Tollan weapons technology. In '2001' Carter helps reveal some ulterior motives when SG-1 enter into negotiations with the Ashen Confederacy. 'Desperate Measures' sees Carter kidnapped and taken to a mysterious medical facility. 'Wormhole X-treme!', the show's 100th epsiode, finds the team's getting involved with network television back on Earth. In 'Proving Ground' O'Neill helps out on a training program, and ends up taking a group of fresh young cadets into an actual combat situation. In '48 Hours' Teal'c becomes trapped inside the Stargate system and the team have only 48 hours to rescue him. In 'Summit' Daniel becomes involved in an act of political subterfuge when a peace conference is held at a space station. In 'Last Stand' the political manouverings on board the space station become ever more complex; meanwhile, the Goa'uld threaten to invade the Tok'ra homeworld. In 'Fail Safe' the Earth is threatened by a giant asteroid. In 'The Warrior' a Jaffa leader tries to form an alliance with Earth against the Goa'uld. In 'Menace' the team encounter a female android whose childlike curiosity masks a menacing secret. In 'Sentinel' SG-1 try to rebuild a planet's sabotaged defences when it comes under attack from the Goa'uld. In 'Meridian' Daniel is exposed to massive levels of radiation during a diplomatic mission to a planet attempting to build weapons of mass destruction. Finally, in 'Revelations' the team attempt to prevent an Asgard scientist from falling into the hands of Anubis.

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Stargate SG1

Season 6 (2003)

The entire sixth season of this spin-off series. In 'Redemption Part 1' Anubis threatens SG-1 with a device that can be used to make one Stargate destroy another. 'Redemption Part 2' finds Teal'c preparing to take his son into battle against Anubis. 'Descent' has O'Neill inspect a captured Goa'uld mothership. 'Frozen' sees the team fall prey to disease when they discover a frozen woman during an inspection of the Antarctic gate. In 'Nightwalkers' Carter, Teal'c and Jonas discover a small-town's inhabitants are being experimented on. Whilst in 'Abyss' Jack is captured by the Goa'uld and repeatedly killed and then resurrected during his interrogations. Teal'c manages to cause a diversion so that Jack can escape. In 'Shadow Play' SG-1 Command find themselves involved in negotiations with various factors of the Kelownan government in return for N'quadria. Whilst in 'The Other Guys' SG-1 is taken captive while escorting a group of physicists...but did it really happen? In 'Allegiance' tensions mount on SG-C's Alpha site as it is overcrowded with Tok'ra and Jaffa refugees, and there is a saboteur amongst them. Whilst in 'Cure' the planet Pangera is discovered. However, the Pangerans are holding Egeria, a Gou'ald Queen, hostage - as the source of a medicine that will keep the Pangeran race alive - and the Tok'ra want her released because she is their founder. In 'Prometheus' a television crew manage to persuade their way into the SG-C looking for the Project Prometheus but all is not as it seems. Whilst in 'Unnatural Selection' Thor visits the team, who are still on the Prometheus, and tells them that an Asgard planet has been overrun by Replicators, and he needs the team's help. In 'Sight Unseen' when the team returns through the Gate, they bring with them a device which enables people to see strange bug-like creatures. This ability becomes contagious and the team have to find a way of stopping it before it gets out of control. In 'Smoke and Mirrors' Senator Kinsey is assassinated and all evidence points to O'Neill as the killer. The team discover that he has been set up... In 'Paradise Lost' Maybourne tells Jack of a planet that used to be inhabited by the Furlings and hosts a weapon, a key to which Maybourne holds. But Maybourne has another agenda and Jack gets caught up in it. 'Metamorphosis' sees the team working with the Russian SG team to bring Nirrti back after they discover a planet full of disfigured inhabitants. In 'Disclosure' the U.S. control of the stargate is challenged by China, France and the United Kingdom. 'Forsaken' has SG-1 encounter a colony of Celts on a far-off planet. 'The Changeling' sees Teal'c suffering from strange dreams. 'Memento' has the team visit a planet with an apparently inactive stargate. In 'Prophecy' SG-1 arrive on a unknown planet and are taken as the fulfilment of a thousand-year-old prophecy by the inhabitants. Finally, 'Full Circle' sees the team travel to Abydos in search of the Eye of Ra.

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Stargate SG1

Season 10 (2008)

Box set containing all ten seasons of the long-running TV sci-fi series as well as two feature length films. The TV series follows the adventures of the SG1 crew as they come up against various foes in a number of amazing and hostile worlds. 'Stargate: The Ark of Truth' (2008) is set at the end of the series' final season. The Ark of Truth is an ancient artefact which can bestow enormous powers upon those who possess it. The Stargate team, anxious to halt the impending Ori assault on Earth, finds itself in a desperate race against time to find the Ark. 'Stargate: Continuum' (2008) begins with SG1 attending the execution of Ba'al (Cliff Simon), the final Goa'uld System Lord. When Teal'c (Christopher Judge) and Vala (Claudia Black) suddenly disappear into thin air, Carter (Amanda Tapping), Daniel (Michael Shanks) and Mitchell (Ben Browder) travel back to Earth to discover that history has been altered, and, in this new timeline, the Stargate programme has never been discovered. When they try to convince the military that the timeline has been altered and that Ba'al is responsible, hundreds of Goa'uld ships suddenly arrive in orbit, led by Ba'al, his queen, Qetesh (Vala), and his first prime, Teal'c. It's now up to O'Neill (Richard Dean Anderson) and the rest of the crew to find the Stargate and set things right before the Goa'uld take over the world.

Cast

Sarah DouglasDom DeLuiseDean StockwellLawrence DaneWilliam RussTom ButlerWally DaltonScott HylandsDan SheaJan RubesPaul KosloKeene CurtisBill CroftMel HarrisBonnie BartlettRonny CoxBeau BridgesLarry DrakeGeorge TouliatosHenry GibsonWinston RekertRichard CoxDon S. DavisDorian HarewoodCarmen ArgenzianoHarley Jane KozakSteven WilliamsJill TeedJohn De LancieCorin NemecJerry WassermanMarshall TeagueJay AcovoneVanessa AngelGarwin SanfordMichele GreeneJay BrazeauDavid HewlettEric SchneiderMarina SirtisBobbie PhillipsDwight SchultzTobin BellKevin McNultyElizabeth HoffmanSean Patrick FlaneryAlexis CruzRoger R. CrossTom McBeathSalli RichardsonAlan RachinsBrian MarkinsonJohn NovakRichard Dean AndersonMusetta VanderMegan LeitchBen BrowderShane MeierPeter LacroixKatie StuartGary ChalkGerard PlunkettGabrielle MillerRobert WisdenThomas KopacheHeather HansonAaron PearlMichael ShanksRoger AllfordBen BassVictor TalmadgePaul PerriJ.R. BourneMatthew WalkerJennifer CalvertBill DowElisabeth RosenMitchell KostermanChristina CoxErick AvariAndrew AirlieChristopher CousinsOna GrauerJacqueline SamudaWillie GarsonTeryl RotheryColin CunninghamTobias MehlerKristian AyreJulie PatzwaldRobert DuncanColin HeathAlan C. PetersonAlex ZaharaJohn ProskyAmanda TappingChristopher JudgeClaudia BlackCliff SimonTamsin KelseyMichael David SimmsChristian BocherPeter WingfieldSamantha FerrisDavid McNallyMartin CumminsJesse MossAnna-Louise PlowmanTerry ChenNicole OliverArmin ShimermanDaryl ShuttleworthLaurie MurdochBob DawsonBill MarchantBrook ParkerJorge VargasColleen RennisonHrothgar MathewsMarya DelverKimberley HawthorneMatthew HarrisonAmber RothwellSarah DeakinsSpencer MaybeeTony AmendolaAndrew JohnstonCary-Hiroyuki TagawaMarie StillinBrittney IrvinPeter WilliamsJason Gray-StanfordDanielle NicoletFrida BetraniRick WorthySuanne BraunBruce HarwoodTom ScholteWilliam DeVryVincent HammondDion JohnstoneAlison MatthewsRon HalderAaron CravenGary JonesSoon-Tek OhJeff GulkaSteve MakajVince CrestejoSam J. JonesVaitaire BanderaGerwin SanfordGayln GörgBelinda WaymouthLane GatesDion LutherWilliam De VryDean MoenFred ApplegateWycliffe HartwigDavid KoopRodney A. GiantHarrison Robert CoeRay XifoNeil DenisChristopher KennedyRob Lee