Tuesday, December 12

Stargate Sg-1: Spirits

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There are some who aren’t that fond of this show, but for me, I can’t sing its praises highly enough.  I absolutely love Stargate SG-1: Spirits. There really isn’t much I don’t like about it.  From the opening scene, which is one of surprise and even shock, to the ending with its spiritual mantra heard as the backdrop, I love it all.

If there is anything negative, it’s not the show, but more character related.  This is Sam Carter’s first command, and we see her shortcomings very quickly.  She can’t go outside the box.  She has to deal only with fact, and if she can’t see it, it’s not there.  Daniel tries to coach her, but she can’t go there.  Jack might scoff, but he’ll do what is necessary. That’s why he’s a colonel, and she’s just a bad leader.  She makes a sound team member, but that’s it.

I adore the Tonone character. He’s a leader for his Indian-based people.  He’s down to earth and simplistic.  I love how he cuts to the quick.  Fantastic!

I love the play between Jack and Daniel and whether or not they are who they seem.  That may sound confusing, but you’ll understand when you watch.  It’s the logic Jack uses to determine that Daniel is Daniel.  It’s all because, I guess (watch).

I love it all.  I can’t say that enough.  Michael Shanks is wonderful, as is Richard Dean Anderson.


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