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Stargate SG-1 10 Seasons 2002

Season 5
4.6 out of 5 stars (48) IMDb 8.7/10

In this season, a powerful new Goa'uld enemy threatens to annihilate Earth and its allies. The System Lords renew their alliance, and one member of the team sacrifices his life to save others.

Starring:
Richard Dean Anderson, Michael Shanks

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1. Enemies

After losing Teal’c to Apophis (in the previous episode, Exodus), O'Neill, Carter, Daniel and Jacob find themselves aboard Cronus' ship stranded in a remote part of the galaxy. As they are about to do battle with Apophis', a mysterious third ship appears, attacking their foe.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: 29 June 2001
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2. Threshold

Teal'c's body has been saved from death on Apophis' ship, but his mind is still loyal to his Goa'uld lord. Jaffa Master Bra'tac arrives at SGC to assist SG-1 in “de-programming” Teal'c. Bra'tac wants to put Teal'c through a Jaffa ritual called M'al Sharran in which the Goa'uld symbiote is removed and as he approaches death, the events that forged Teal'c will “wash across his mind like a wave.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: 6 July 2001
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3. Ascension

While investigating ancient ruins on a distant planet, SG-1 finds a huge alien device that Carter believes could be a weapon of incredible power. While O'Neill and Teal'c survey the surrounding area, Daniel and Carter continue their exploration of the device and its environment. Alone for a moment, Carter cannot help but feel she's being watched.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: 13 July 2001
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4. The Fifth Man

While under fire on an alien world, Carter, Daniel and Teal'c return through the Stargate and report to General Hammond that Col. O'Neill stayed behind to protect the wounded Lt. Tyler. Hammond is confused, asking “who is Lt. Tyler?” Carter says that Tyler is the new member of SG-1, has been for the past month, and that this is actually his third mission with them.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: 20 July 2001
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5. Red Sky

After an unexpectedly rough ride through the Stargate, SG-1 emerges on an alien world known as K'Tau. There, they find a peaceful, agrarian people still worshipping the old Norse gods, evidence that this is a protected planet of the Asgard. Elrad, their religious leader, welcomes SG-1, believing them to be elves sent by their God Freyr.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: 27 July 2001
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6. Rite Of Passage

Cassandra, the sole survivor of planet Hanka (episode Singularity), has been adopted by Dr. Fraiser and has been living with her for several years. But during a 16th birthday celebration, a kiss from a new boyfriend causes electricity to surge from Cassandra's body causing lights to explode as she passes out. At SGC, Dr.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: 1 January 2001
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7. Beast of Burden

Since befriending the Unas known as Chaka (episode The First Ones), Daniel had placed surveillance cameras on the Unas planet so that he could study the ways of these aliens. In the SGC Briefing Room, Daniel shows General Hammond and the rest of his team some disturbing new footage: men with Goa'uld weapons have captured Chaka and have taken him by force to another world.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: 10 August 2001
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8. The Tomb

When SG-1 explores the entrance of an ancient step pyramid on a remote world, they are surprised to discover a package of Russian cigarettes. Upon returning to the SGC, they learn that a rogue group of Russian Army Intelligence had traveled to this world and never returned: a trip the Russians had never previously disclosed.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: 17 August 2001
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9. Between Two Fires

SG-1 travels to the planet of Tollana to attend the funeral of their old acquaintance, Chancellor Omoc (“Enigma”). But more surprising than Omoc's sudden death is news that Chancellor Travell has reversed the Tollan government's longstanding policy against sharing their technology. The Tollans are now willing to trade advanced weaponry with Earth and want O'Neill to be the negotiator.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: 24 August 2001
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10. 2001

SG-1 returns from an off-world mission proudly announcing to General Hammond that through an intermediate race, they have met a highly advanced alien race that's willing to form an alliance with Earth. In particular, they're willing to share their life-extending medical technology with us. When asked who this race is, Carter replies that it is the Aschen, a race that a future version of SG-1 ha...

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: 1 January 2001
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11. Desperate Measures

A Russian transport vehicle is ambushed and its valuable cargo, a captured Jaffa, is taken by force. At nearly the same time, Major Carter is ambushed while getting into her car and abducted by mysterious men dressed in black. When Carter goes missing for several days, General Hammond authorizes O'Neill and Daniel to investigate her disappearance.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: 7 September 2001
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12. Wormhole X-treme

An alien ship is spotted heading toward Earth, and from its unique energy signature, SG-1 determines that it is related to the pod found in Montana the year prior: Marty the alien's pod (episode 'Point of No Return'). They estimate that the ship will reach Earth in three days and set out to find Marty and see what he knows about it.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: 8 September 2001
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13. Proving Ground

At a secret training facility, a young group of cadets are put through their paces by a tough taskmaster: Colonel Jack O'Neill. Through several rigorous training scenarios we see how hard it is for these four young troops including Lt. Hailey (from last season's "Prodigy") and Lt. Elliot, the team leader, to qualify for assignment to off-world Stargateteams.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: 1 January 2002
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14. 48 Hours

An off-world mishap causes an SGC-bound wormhole to prematurely disengage, apparently trapping Teal'c on another planet. However, when an attempt is made to dial back out, the computers flag an 'unidentified error'. It doesn't take Carter long to discover the problem. Teal'c is not stranded off-world. He is trapped within the buffer of the gate itself.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: 1 January 2002
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15. Summit

The Tok'ra have learned of a planned meeting of System Lords at a highly-defended space station in neutral territory. Seeing this as a perfect opportunity to cripple the Goa'uld power base, the Tok'ra enlist the help of SG-1.Daniel goes undercover as a human servant to Lord Yu and gains entrance to the space station.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: 1 January 2002
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16. Last Stand

When the Vorash system's sun goes supernova, the explosion propels both SG-1 and system lord Apophis' ships more than four million light-years from Earth.An unknown ship appears and attacks Apophis' vessel, while Jacob Carter manages to hide SG-1's ship. He and SG-1 return after the battle to find Apophis' ship abandoned, infested with Replicators and set to self-destruct.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: 1 January 2002
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17. Fail Safe

When an asteroid is detected on a collision course with Earth, SG-1 is dispatched to deal with the impending calamity. Flying out on a salvaged cargo ship, the team eventually touches down on the asteroid, prepared to deposit a nuclear payload that will neutralize the threat. However, a cursory scan of the rock reveals a high concentration of naquada.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: 1 January 2002
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18. Warrior

Word has spread throughout Chulak and beyond. A formidable warriors now leads the Jaffa rebellion. The former First Prime to the late Goa'uld Imhotep, his name is Kytano and already his followers number in the hundreds. SG-1 visits Kytano's stronghold with the aim of securing an alliance. But O'Neill soon learns that this strategic partnership may well come at a heavy price.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: 1 January 2002
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19. Menace

A dormant android is discovered on a barren planet and transported back to Earth for study. At the SGC, it is placed in a secure environment and activated. The android, a female robot named Reese, demonstrates a childlike curiosity for her environment world and an instant affection for Daniel.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: 1 January 2002
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20. The Sentinel

Colonel O'Neill must enlist the aid of a couple of convicted felons in a bid to save a planet from the Goa'uld. With an attack looming and the planet's automated defense systems seemingly off-line, an entire world's salvation will rest in the hands of SG-1 and two former NID operatives.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: 1 January 2002
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21. Meridian

Daniel Jackson returns from an off-world diplomatic mission, stricken with radiation poisoning and accused of sabotage by the host government. As Daniel fights for his life, slowly succumbing to the poison ravaging his body, SG-1 struggles to learn the truth of what really happened to him back on the planet.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: 1 January 2002
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22. Revelations

SG-1 must mount a rescue mission on an inhospitable planet. Their goal: to save Heimdall, an Asguard scientist, and secure an underground laboratory before they fall into the hands of Anubis. But complications arise in the form of an unexpected wildcard, the Goa'uld threat, and a shocking revelation concerning the Asguard.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: 1 January 2002
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By A Customer on 19 July 2004
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This is season 5, and it is a bit different from season 1-4. The reason for this is that this season links various previous episodes together. I happen to love this, I love it when old characters are returned to us, and that seemingly unimportant episode that you watched a few years ago suddenly becomes oh so important.
However, from reading the reviews on here I see that this isnt everyones cup of tea. So, for me I give it 5 stars because I would like to see much much more of this sort of thing, the story lines are strong, they dont let the previous seasons stories down whilst extending them.
Just so you really get the picture, you can go about 5 or 6 episodes in a row with the words "previously on Stargate SG1" although they are all continued from different episodes/seasons.
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Season 5 is the season where Stargate SG-1 finally begins to show it's true colours. Episodes come together to form interlocking storylines, and the season premiere includes the return of a deadly enemy, and the permanent destruction of another.
A few episodes are worth a special mention. 'The Warrior', for it's incredible special effects. 'Summit', for it's introduction of Anubis, and for the incredibly sensative and realistic portrayal of a human slave by Michael Shanks. And finally, the 100th episode, 'Wormhole X-treme!', which manages to be both funny and quite serious (in a few places).
If you only buy one season of Stargate SG-1 in your life, make it this one. You won't be disappointed.
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By A Customer on 4 April 2003
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This series contains some of the best story lines so far, as well as the 100th. episode. A rare event in TV, which Richard Dean Anderson has now achieved on two occations. Unfortunately it also marks the departure of Michael Shanks, in a very emotional show especially for Amanda Tapping & Teryl Rothrey. There is a tribute to Michael, with input from all the cast, although R.D.A. seemed to take this in a flipant manner, which was a shame. I've read some reviewers who have stated that "they will stop watching because Carter is now the great know it all, fix it all super woman " they will be the losers. I can state that I enjoyed the series a great deal, & therefore recommend it whole heartedly.
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I'm a great fan of Stargate SG1 so any DVD package is great to get. However, in plea from those short of storage space, could we have some of the older series made available in the slimline DVD packaging!

No spoilers!
As for the series itself? Brilliant episodes as series 5 continued the high production values and story-lines of series 4. Teal'c steps up as a major character with important story lines weaved around him and the Jaffa rebellion, Daniel acts as the moral conscience of the SG1 team, Jack continues to be the joker (with hidden depths) in the pack while Sam continies to be the brainiac of the team but more of her personal life is on show.

Excellent value for money, every fan and newbie should own it!
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I loved the Stargate series when it was on the TV so now we have box sets to watch again and again.
This sci fi series is one of the best, the story lines are original and follow on each episode. The characters are realistic.
Great series for any who likes different things
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I have watched Stargate for years, and each episode is as good as the other, you need to have watched the film with Kurt Russell and James Spader to realise what the producers took on to achieve this great fun series.
It is by far the best Sci Fi I have seen, and there are no polystyrene boulders in this !!! lol...
Great adventure, great fun, continues with 2 films Ark of Truth and Continuum both fantastic....
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By A Customer on 4 April 2003
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Season 5 and counting... Stargate continues amazing, even with the problems with Michael Shanks. Ultimately everything turned out well since he'll be back for season 7. Amazing episodes in this series. No Stargate fan should go without it.
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Great series great show but now none of sg1 episodes are included on prime instant video??!! Don't understand as I wanted to rewatch all stargates and it was included on prime, but now it wants me to pay per episode??!!
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