SG-1 faces a threat unlike any other when they learn that an Earth scientist, Dr. Kessler, has created a human-Goa'uld hybrid clone. Her name is Anna, and though she appears to be a beautiful young woman, she is no more than a year old. Kessler is (or was) in the employ of the rogue N.I.D., and is the son of a Nazi war criminal.
"Kessler does his best to conceal the truth about his experiments -- and their horrible cost -- when SG-1 comes to investigate. It seems that Anna was created so that the N.I.D. could have access to the Goa'uld genetic memory, but without worrying about a pesky Goa'uld inside her. Instead, the girl suffers from a split personality -- one a good-natured young woman, one the evil and murderdous Goa'uld Sekhmet. She is shocked to learn that, when taking over her body, her Goa'uld personality has killed more than 30 people. Kessler coldly accepts it as necessary, believing that accessing the Goa'uld in her mind can help save Earth.
"Meanwhile, SG-1 learns that the Goa'uld personality has planted a bomb, which is ticking down toward detonation. With help from Kessler, Anna and N.I.D. Agent Malcolm Barrett (last seen in Season Six's "Smoke and Mirrors"), Daniel and Sam must find and defuse the device."
As usual, keep in mind that the information above is based on a working draft of the episode, and is therefore subject to change. "Resurrection" will be one of the season's final episodes to go before cameras, and will air in February or March.
In ancient Egyptian mythology, the bloodthirsty Sekhmet was a goddess of war and divine vengeance. She was called the "Eye of Ra," and was the vengeful aspect of Hathor. Ra sent Sekhmet to kill those mortals who opposed him. Read more at the Encyclopedia Mythica.
Originally posted by Rowan
I think all SF programs episodes subscribe to the 'Christmas Fruit-Cake Theory'.
Originally posted by skydiver
this looks a lot like nightwalkers to me. earth bound eps, conspiracy, goaulds running loose, clones, the nid....wonder if we'll get leather and onion rings????
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