Season 10 - Stargate SG-1
Stargate SG-1 - Season 10
Stargate SG-1 - Season 10
Stargate SG-1 - Season 10
Stargate SG-1Number of episodes:
First Air Date:
July 14, 2006
- Season 10
No English translation available yetDie Schlacht gegen die eindringende Ori-Flotte verlief für die Alliierten Menschen, Jaffa, Luzianer und Asgard nicht gut. Der Großteil der Flotte ist zerstört und die Ori sind nun auf dem Vormarsch. Zur gleichen Zeit wird Valas Tochter, Adria, geboren. Doch diese ist kein normales Kind: Nach wenigen Tagen ist sie völlig ausgewachsen und erklärt ihrer Mutter, dass sie nun einen Kreuzzug anführen wird, der alles Leben in der Milchstraße entweder bekehren oder vernichten soll. In den Folgetagen und Monaten wehren sich sowohl die Jaffa als auch die Menschen hartnäckig gegen den Feind, doch er ist zu übermächtig. Kein Stein, den man den Ori in den Weg legt, schein jemals groß genug, um sie zu stoppen
The SGC-base is approached by an al-kesh glider which lets itself be taken down, so they can capture Ba'al, who offers to exchange the necessary information to find Merlin's weapon for human help to eliminate his clones, which want to kill him. They mistrust his story, as does NIS-agent Malcolm Barrett, who however fails to take over the investigation. Since the captive might actually be a clone, several missions to different planets retrieve and capture all clones, but which is the real Ba'al, and what are his true intentions?
The team hadn't counted on a real dragon as guardian, 'til one flies there, breathing fire- however Daniel thinks it's a hologram, and the Sangraal probably isn't a real object either- meanwhile it follows them outside. Ba'al admits not to know its secret name, while Daniel believes that that probably holds power over it; while they guess, Cam thinks of luring the dragon to blow it up, but the explosion barely impresses its digestion; Daniel makes it disappear by using Morgan LeFay's name in Ancient. They find it had guarded the frozen 'grave' of the realm's arch-magician 'Myrrdin', but Vala accidentally triggers a mechanism which revives Merlin, but also transports the whole room to another planet. Merlin seems to confuse them with Arthurian characters, but once convinced they are on the same side, triggers a mechanism to transport them to still another planet, alas again without a working Stargate exit. Merlin dies at his mind-connected device, wishing them good luck and referring to one last task. Ba'al's programming skills now seem their only chance. Daniel tries the device himself, but is knocked unconscious. Then Adria's search for them -each time a bit quicker, one planet behind them- is visible on the Stargate dial, Merlin's corpse disappears, and they are again transported to another planet. Daniel awakens with valuable memories from Merlin, and tries to construct the Sangraal weapon using the device again in exhaustingly intense phases and finds it also gives him magical powers. Before he can finish the work (which damages his mind) Sam and Ba'al repair the device and escape, just while Adria's Jaffa troops arrive, but she captures Daniel...
When an entire people may suffer the fatal wrath of a Prior of the Ori for not converting, General Landry orders Carter to try out an experimental device based on Merlin's technology to transport their whole village. The test works, but before they can activate it on a sufficiently large scale, an Ori force takes the village, wounds Sam and kills villagers near the Stargate before Vala's very eyes. Her husband, Tomin, captures her but claims to not love her. He is ordered, as punishment for being deceived by her, to re-educate her. Sam and Cam are able to activate the functioning part of the device, so their building is cloaked from the Ori, who threaten the village leaders and discover and arrest Teal'c. Even after the remaining villagers bow in submission, the Prior decides to destroy everyone since he couldn't find Sam, which makes Tomin doubt his faith, inform Vala, and confront the Prior. The villagers want to sacrifice Teal'c, but one leader stops them. Having seen the Prior destroy the village, Tomin sends Vala down, where she sees if Carter had managed, just in time, to get the device working...
After an experiment to increase the range of Merlin's device goes terribly wrong, Sam has an accident which transports her to a parallel universe, where SG-1 has a very different composition, since history was changed by a failed attack by one Ori ship... and a whole fleet is expected soon. She insists upon abandoning the -killed- parallel Carter's line of work and pursues hiding the entire parallel Earth. It works! Even when the Ori fire at their position, nobody is hurt. The parallel Hank Landry is President, and three years prior had imposed permanent Martial Law. The more Carter learns about the perversion of civil liberties, the more she shifts her efforts, even when rewarded by a post as Presidential Defense Adviser, to restoring them, but thus incurs the active wrath of those in power who are eager to remain so. Time to get back, but how?
Daniel Jackson, who was left behind fighting off Adria while the other SG1-members escaped trough the Stargate, is found working as a Prior: the best in the business, who doesn't need to use any threats to talk people into conversion to Origin. Hoping there is still some of his personality left, the team (plus General Jack O'Neill) kidnaps him. Daniel explains how he temporarily has Merlin's personality and knowledge in himself, and had deliberately allowed Adria to turn him into a Prior, while delaying to finish Merlin's weapon she'd wanted, meanwhile hoping to get an Ori ship for Earth's side. But time is running out, since the team took unexpectedly long to capture him. Still, the generals, Carter, and Vala are most reluctant to go along with releasing him and opening the wormhole he needs to bring the weapon through. Even the White House wants to kill him, or at best, keep him in stasis until he is reverted to his human nature by Merlin's genetic manipulation. But then his plan is wasted- unless the others can be trained to do it in his place (so only they are at risk, not the entire galaxy in case Daniel is Adria's Trojan Horse). After giving them the necessary information, Daniel suddenly frees himself while Richard Woolsey is with him and takes control of a space ship after beaming up Jack too, just after the others have undertaken their mission to Adria's lair, where Daniel, about to be genetically reverted, arrives just in time to tip the balance in favor of...
SG-1 blows up three transport ships in a row; Netan puts a price on their heads. General Landry grants the team members spare time on Earth. Daniel spends it researching in a library, where he meets a bounty hunter who tries to seduce him, then switches to her handgun... but is taken out by a bus. Sam gives a lecture on Air Force technological progress together with Dr. Bill Lee; a sniper nearly misses, but is taken out with an experimental weapon they'd brought along to demonstrate. Teal'c is injured by surprise at a Jaffa camp and successfully traps the killer to try again. Cam goes to his Kansas high school reunion and Vala succeeds in making him bring her along, pretending to be his accountant and partner. His still sexy former flame he'd believed out of his reach, Amy Vandenberg, is initially scared off by Vala, but, divorced and interested, explains she still has a secret crush on him. Alien bounty hunter Odai Ventrell assumes numerous classmates' appearances to kill him. Vala's failed rescue gets them both captured publicly, so he threatens to kill off reunion guests unless the other SG-1 members take their place, but they trick him using Chimera technology; they hope Netan's failure to eliminate them will rekindle the power struggle and Odai reacts surprisingly.
When SG-1, minus Carter, investigates a previously unexplored planet expecting to find themselves in a pyramid, they are astounded to find themselves in a museum. Finding a party occurring in the lobby, they decide to leave and make first contact later, but they find that the DHD is a replica and thus incapable of getting them home. They are discovered and believed to be rebels and are forced to take hostages to buy time for their escape.
Teal'c and Bra'tac are among the numerous victims -though only wounded- of several bomb attacks killing 32 men at a summit in the Jaffa settlement Dar Eshkalon. As soon as physically able, he swears to avenge them personally, suspecting the honor-less, ambitious warrior Arkad; General Landry refuses to sanction a killing mission without solid proof, but cannot stop Teal'c going it alone. Bra'tac explains to Daniel Arkad's sinister past, probably even murdering Teal'c mother. Information from resistance on another planet indicates Arkad is in league with the Ori and a plan to attack Earth. Arkad comes meet General Landry, offering to help defend Earth against the Ori, denying any part in the bombings, while defending Origin, incriminating a Jaffa sect. SG-1 is now ordered to find and stop at all cost Teal'c, who is using torture. But Teal'c, committed to killing Arkad, reaches his place, but is wounded, captured, and made to duel Arkad after it is confirmed he had killed Teal'c's parents.
Stargate's HQ gets a video message from Vala's most unreliable father Jacek on the planet Robak- he claims to know about the late Arkad's plans to attack and blow up Earth, even about the several cloaked, naquadah-laden cargo ships in orbit, and offers details in exchange for sanctuary. General Landry asks Dr. Lam to help him resume contact with her mother Kim, his ex. Even after the cargoes are found and blown up, Vala abhors her dad's entry. The general asks her to go easy on him, realizing that he, too, neglected his daughter because of his career, even if Jacek's neglect was just criminal. When Cam and Daniel go tell Jacek he shouldn't scam people, he tricks them into talking to Vala for him. Vala goes over just for catharsis, telling him she's through picking up the pieces of his tricks, and he certainly keeps scamming- as Daniel also finds even with Terak, a Jaffa from an escaped cargo ship, who hopes to sell the naquadah. When they are apprehended, Jacek promises to help track it and override the rigging of the cargo ship. The Jaffa wait for Jacek and Vala, intending to eliminate them now that Terak is gone, but SG-1 saves them. Since there never was an override, he cheerfully flies away alone in the cargo ship, ignoring that his treachery was anticipated, it's a decoy...
Vala gambles, wins a cargo ship, but is found cheating; then Adria appears, throws everyone out and claims she has a new Ori fleet and an operational intergalactic Stargate. Vala tells her scary daughter how she helped Daniel, after a dream, reading the mysterious clava thessara-symbol's mystery, which led to a single planet address, where Athena's treasure house must be; after a disastrous visit there, the team refused to follow the next interpretation, fearing it's just a trap set up by Adria, so Vala is declared a security risk, grounded and confined to Area 51, but escapes through the Stargate. Adria takes her along as she hears the team still plans to visit the address, by starship. Upon arrival, they are trapped by SG-1, which however finds itself surrounded by lord Ba'al's troops. Ba'al uses the rings to beam up Adria into an electromagnetic cage in his starship. Back on Earth, General Landry worries what damage the two might do together and wants Adria back. Daniel and Sam now show Vala she has been implanted by Galaran technology with fake recollections of her entire adventure 'til the meeting with Adria. Even though she claims that's impossible, Ba'al is confident he can take control over Adria's loyal Ori troops through her- by implanting a symbiote. The team finds Ba'al's Jaffa and clones killed by symbiote poison, except one Jaffa who secretly used tretonin. The team ring-beams from the cloaked Odyssey starship into Ba'al's, shoots him and captures Adria, but back on Earth, she is found to be under the control of his symbiote. Instead of just killing the evil double, they contact the Tok'ra which send Ta'Seem to extract the symbiote and replace it with a Tok'ra one, but Ba'al manages to poison Adria, who has to be put down. Suddenly Adria wakes up, uses mind-power barricading herself in the sick bay with Vala, tells them she needs time to prepare for ascension, as Daniel guesses outside, and succeeds before the team can cut their way in by blow torch. Nobody knows what this will mean for the future, especially as it remains uncertain whether the Ori are still alive. If not, she may have gained all their former powers, and at least one clone of Ba'al still remains...
General Landry accompanies SG-1 on a mission to collect the knowledge of the Asgard. When the Ori show up however, Sam is forced to evacuate the crew and Landry and SG-1 stay aboard, but are stuck helpless in a time dilation field for decades.