Stargate SG-1 : season 6 review


22 50 minute episodes

SF elements

hostile alien contact; FTL travel


The season had a slightly shaky start, with the replacement of Daniel Jackson by Jonas Quinn. But it soon settled down, and the reactions of the rest of SG-1 to the new team member, especially O'Neills's initial hostility, are quire realistic, especially in light of O'Neill's hostility to the original team members! The occasional guest appearance of an ascended Daniel helps smooth the transition.

There is still a high level of continuity, although most of the overt references are to this season or the previous one -- removing the need to keep details of the entire series in mind. But this historical continuity, with no "reset" at the end of each episode, and the interactions between the characters, are some of the things that make this series worth watching.

Rating: 3

[ unmissable | great stuff | worth watching | mind candy | waste of time | unfinishable ]

reviewed 7 December 2003