EP 817 - Reckoning (Part 2)

Reckoning (Part 2)
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Season 8 Episode 17
Production
Series: Stargate SG-1
Original Air Date: February 1, 2005
Written By Damian Kindler
Directed By: Peter DeLuise
Chronology
Preceded by: Reckoning (Part 1)
Followed by: Threads

Contents

[edit] Synopsis

[edit] Plot

The Rebel Jaffa, Ba'al, and the Replicators converge in orbit over Dakara as Sam and Jacob try to calibrate the Ancients' weapon to destroy the Replicators, however they discover that this isn't an easy task. In the meantime, the humanoid replicater of Sam probes Daniels mind, however, whilst in the process, he is able to access the memories of when he was ascended and uses it to get into Replicator Sam and control the Replicators who have reached both Dakara and the SGC. Back on Dakara, with the help of Ba'al, Jacab is able to calibrate the weapon and use it successfully destroying all the Replicators in the galaxy, however Daniel who has now been hurt by the Replicator, was also on a Replicator ship which is destroyed in the blast. Is this the end for him... again?

[edit] Bloopers

[edit] Mistakes during Filming

    • The blast itself and where the C4 was placed, are inconsistent.</font>
    • When O'Neill is at the blast door talking with Siler on the other side. O'Neill's side says R-4, while Siler's side shows him standing by a (?)-5. But when the blast happens it then shows R-4 on Siler's side.

[edit] Quotes

Carter: Oh! I heard from Thor.
O'Neill: How's he doin'?
Carter: Great! He sends us all his congratulations and says that he will drop by for a visit as soon as his consciousness has been downloaded from the ship's computer into a new body.
O'Neill: That just never gets old, does it?
Carter: Apparently not!
Carter: Yes, sir. Although Ba'al got away, the fact that he turned tail and ran made the rebel victory every bit the turning point Teal'c and Bra'tac were hoping for. Jaffa from all over the galaxy are joining with them.
O'Neill: Well, vive la revolution!
In the SGC corridors, the Replicators are still swarming towards the Airmen when they suddenly just stop dead. Everybody stops shooting and stares. Reynolds looks at Jack.
Reynolds: Huh!
O'Neill: That's odd.
Reynolds nods. They both shrug, then turn towards the frozen Replicators and start firing again
Replicator Sam: You've tried accessing it, but it's always just out of reach, isn't it? I could help you. We could unlock the knowledge of the Ancients - the secrets of the universe - together.
Daniel: I have to admit, it does sound interesting. On the other hand, you're an evil killing machine, so, no, pass.
O'Neill: I expect to be put in your will.
Siler: Already in it, sir.
O'Neill: Okay, that's ... weird.
Reynolds attaches a piece of C4 to the door
O'Neill: Use two of those things
Reynolds: Sir?
O'Neill: It's a blast door!
Ba'al: How did you develop this Replicator disrupter technology in the first place?
Carter: General O'Neill built it using Ancient knowledge and an Asgard computer.
Ba'al: O'Neill. The mere thought of that makes me sick.
Carter: This may not be possible, y'know.
Jacob: C'mon, Sam - it can't be any harder than blowing up a sun.
Carter: Y'know, you blow up *one* sun and suddenly everyone expects you to walk on water!
The interface between the laptop and the Ancient screen begins to work
Jacob: There y'go!
Carter: Oh. Next up: parting the Red Sea.
Last edited by Krunal on 20 January 2009 at 14:14
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