6.17: Disclosure

skoon

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as I said, Kawalsky. But I wish they'd bring back my Narim!
 

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WE'll just have to wait and see. YOu can never tell as stuff gets changed from the time spoiler info leaks to the actual product. After all, some family history stuff on Jonas went 'poof' on "Shadow Play", so for all we know, this character might not appear, or might.

WOuldn't mind if a 16 ton weight fell on him though (thinking back to the good ole day of Road Runner) :cool:
 

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So who was it? I kinda got confussed halfway through reading all this :-S if ya cant post it for some odd reason then can somebody email me the answer??
 

pamie

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Sorry I don't know who it is...Im not sure if this episode has been aired yet so I think we will have to wait and see! :D
 

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Nope it hasnt america is on episode 11 (Prometheus) i watched it earlier twas good. But i dont really want to wait and see now i know someone is coming back! lol I cant think of any grey haired people thought to be dead? It might come to me soon though, but i would be greatfull if somebody was kind enough to just say lol
 

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General Hammond and the Pentagon are forced to reveal the existence of the Stargate to other world governments, and must defend the United States military's gate program.

So far there is an American and Russian Stargate program -– are there plans for any other countries to get involved at any point? As General Hammond mentioned the fact that China was asking questions about the downed Goa'uld mothership in this season's "Descent," it's quite possible that the Asian nation could become aware of the Stargate. On a grander scale, the title "Disclosure" implies the possibility that the gate could be made known even to the general public.

Guest characters for this episode include British Ambassador, Chinese Ambassador, French Ambassador and Russian Aide.

"Will the world be apprised of the existence of the Stargate? The consequences of 'Descent' did not go unnoticed by the world's powers, who convene. They are shocked to be apprised of the gate's existence, as well as the grave threat to Earth. However, a worse disaster could face everyone when it's proposed that control of the Stargate be handed over to a particular government agency . . . (guess who?)

['Disclosure' is] potentially a 'clip' episode, in which sequences from past episodes are interspersed with the episode. Look for the return of Major Davis, Colonel Chekov, and "someone who should have been dead." (SG1_Spoilme report)

"Hammond and Davis are in Washington, D.C. along with Colonel Chekov and Senator Kinsey (who's not dead after all - dam!) to meet with the French, British and Chinese Ambassadors and brief them on the Stargate program. None of them were buying the cover story that the Goa'uld ship that crashed off Alaska ("Descent") was really a Russian nuclear sub that's reactor went critical shortly after an asteroid crashed into the ocean in the area.

It has been decided by the U.S. and Russian governments to let the French, British and Chinese in on things and seek their help in readying a joint military venture to combat Anubis if it becomes necessary. Hammond, Davis and Chekov also try to convince the ambassadors that going public and letting the general population know about the Stargate would be a bad idea. The three ambassadors aren't happy. They don't like that the U.S. military is in charge of the program. Kinsey suggests handing the program over to the NID, which is a non-military organization.

None of the members of SG-1 seem to have any lines in this episode outside of the clips from previous episodes, unless they appear in the last two acts. The clips being used seem to go back all the way to Season One. This episode is very like the first season episode "Politics." For anyone who has missed a lot of the pivotal moments of the series, this episode looks like it will get them up to speed.

Good news for Daniel fans is that "a number of the clips they are planning to use have him in them." (GateWorld news report)
More politics and conspiracies. Terrific. :dead:
 

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Some of the new pics from MGM show the ambassadors in a meeting with Thor. Now that should be worth seeing! Little gray men, at last!:aliengray
 

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This ep is on tonight in the Uk at 8:00 on Sky One, don't miss it!

I hated politics and this ep doesn't look like it could be that interesting. I hate clip eps. I'm gonna watch it anyway, can't miss my weekly Stargate fix :D
 

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LOL nice ep but the ending was both highly predictable and cheesy.

A stocking filler, nice flash backs though. Buy this on DVD and save on not buying a box set :p


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Ok the only thing I could think of while watching this episode was Jack ONeills line from Window of Opportunity 'We've done this'

Im sorry but I think it was kinda boring and pointless....it only pick up when Thor turned up!

;)
 

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details, give us details...some of use can't download it until tomorrow...:(
 

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Ok well I will tell you what I can...

Hammond, Chekov, Kinsey and guys from French, British and Chinise goverment are in a meeting.

Hammond and Davis tell the other countries all about the stargate program. Kinsey is trying to get the stargate program handed over to the NID and want to get the other countries to agree.
The episode goes on to show us flash backs from all the seasons and all the the things that have gone right or wrong.
The guys from the other countries are going to agree with Kinsey or at least they want the whole world to know all aobut the stargate.
It ends with Thor beeming in and telling everyone that they would like the stargate to be held with the USA and Hammond ect.
Everyone agrees and the episodes ends.
There is no SG1 in this one apart from the flashbacks.
Its an ok one but I really didn't see much point to be honest.
Thor does say in the end that they are going to install some asguard technolagy into the X303 for all the help that SG1 has gave them. What this was Im not sure!! :cool:

I hope this helps..Im not too good at this kinda thing..LOL
 

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Thor said they would install Asgard shields weapons and engines into the 303.

As to wether they can replicate them etc is another issue, I mean how can 1 303 defend the Earth.

Hopefully now though Stargate can takea new direction with more interaction from foreign units.

But I bet you a penny to a pound the Americans will move suspicion from NID to the Chinese, French and British iunits.

They will become the new bad guys fooling around giving SG1 a new excuse to save the world.

Watch and shoot, watch and shoot.


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skoon

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I don't like this whole ship buisness. We have a Stargate, I wish they'd get back to using it. & if the spin-off show is going to use the ship intead of the Stargate, what's the point? there's already an Enterprise...:(
 

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This episode was soooooooooo like 'Politics'. I think that anyone who'd never seen Stargate SG-1 could get the general idea of series 1-6 if they watched this one. I sat back and thought 'I know this, we've been here already', mind you, there may be peopleout there who watch the show who haven't committed each epi to memory!

It was a bit predictable when Thor showed up - 'and to show our gratitude once again we shall throw a plot device at you to be used in a future episode' kinda thing, although he did have a good line about O'Neill wanting Kinsey transported to a remote planet :D
 
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