1.02: The Enemy Within

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I liked this episode. It showed a lot of interaction between O'Neill and Teal'c and showed the beginning of a friendship. Overall, I give it a 9 out of 10
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I just wish they hadn't had to get rid of Kawalsky. I really like Jay Acovone. <G>
We get to see the beginnings of the O'Neill loyalty which was a good thing.

I was a little disappointed that Doc what's his name didn't realize that he hadn't gotten the Goa'uld out of Kawalsky. When I first saw what he did take out it just didn't seem to equal what went in - like it was just a hust or the skin of a snake that has shed. There wasn't any mass to it.

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fraiser's first eps is broca divide

i was just watching this and i noticed something funny.
when warner is trying out the anesthetics on teal'c he finds one that sorta works. teal'c is lying there on the table with the little square thingie holding junior out of the womb and teal'c is resting his hands on it...warner makes some comment like 'keep your fingers crossed' then orders the nurse to remove the iv, he'll use this drug and walks away. as the camera starts to pan to jack & charlie across the room. look at t-man, he crosses his fingers.

just a silly little gesture but sorta funny.
 

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Originally posted by padders
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And then there's the scene between Kawalsky and Jack. "If you don't make it...can I have your stereo?" Gotta love Jack ;-)
So come on...favourite scenes from The Enemy Within...

Padders...That's a great quote from Jack! He really is the comedian, isn't he?
 

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wiki and i got into a disagreement about this ep. She thinks Jack killed Kawalsky but i'm ABSOLUTELY certain it was Teal'c.

Someone help??
 

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It was Teal'c who held Kawalski's head at the end of the episode...
 

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Originally posted by padders
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Oooooo...idea! Kawalsky's first name is Charles (as in Charlie)...and Jack's son's name was Charlie - coincidence or did Jack name his son after his former best friend (whom he lost contact with)?



I always wondered about the name thing. I'd I'm sure it's possible to lose contact. I have many really good friends who seem to show up in my life & become very important for a time & then we drift & maybe weeks, months or years later we are great again. Lifes situations? Jack did loose a son. I couldn't imagine outliving one's kid & I doubt he'd want to brodcast it to loudly...heck Sam didn't know he had a kid or was married until Cold Lazzeris.
 

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Although of course, Jack's son is not named Charlie in the film... there is a certificate in his bedroom made out to "Tyler O'Neil"
 

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ya so it just means maybe that they wanted Kawalsky to be his best bud in the series.
 

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Originally posted by archiver
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I just wish they hadn't had to get rid of Kawalsky. I really like Jay Acovone. <G>
We get to see the beginnings of the O'Neill loyalty which was a good thing.

I was a little disappointed that Doc what's his name didn't realize that he hadn't gotten the Goa'uld out of Kawalsky. When I first saw what he did take out it just didn't seem to equal what went in - like it was just a hust or the skin of a snake that has shed. There wasn't any mass to it.

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ya I've always thought they should of kept Kawalsky..nutts & he was cute too! Anyhoo, remember that Dr. didn't see the symbiot go in & this is the first time really that they've had to deal with one (not counting Teal'cs of course). ...it was headless though wasn't it when it was removed (or rather the 'husk')?
 

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