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Postby Sutekh » Wed Jul 05, 2006 1:09 am

I've just been doing this for my own website and thought I'd share it here as well.

Flesh & Blood
As the Ori invade the Jaffa planet Chulak, Vala and Daniel must deal with their leader: Vala's young daughter, rapidly aged by the Ori to serve their purposes.

No details – but will cover how Vala will come to join SG-1

The Pegasus Project
With the threat of the Ori now pressing upon our galaxy, SG-1 continues its desperate search for any way to stand up to the evil ascended beings. Still rumored but undiscovered is a powerful weapon invented by Merlin, who we have learned was a Lantian scientist (Myrdin, also known as Moros) who returned to Earth from Atlantis 10,000 years ago ("Avalon, Part 1," Atlantis: "Before I Sleep").

Merlin was once ascended, but chose to retake human form to create a weapon that can kill ascended beings, in order to fight the Ori -- and to keep that work hidden from the others of his kind, who have a strict rule of non-interference with unascended mortals ("Arthur's Mantle").

Continuing their search for the device, Daniel Jackson and Vala Mal Doran visit the Ancient city of Atlantis, now an Earth outpost in the Pegasus Galaxy. In the city's holographic room they discover Morgan Lafey, a 30- to 40-year-old holographic woman who serves as a computer interface. Along with Dr. Elizabeth Weir (Torri Higginson), they seek Morgan's help in discovering the whereabouts of Merlin's weapon -- despite the fact that Merlin was apparently rebelling against the Lantians and the other Ancients in creating it.

Meanwhile, Carter, Teal'c, and Mitchell join the Odyssey for a dangerous mission.

Later, Daniel, Weir, and Vala are stunned to learn that Morgan is not a holographic interface at all: She is an ascended Lantian, the real Morgan Lafey, who is toeing the line of breaking her vow of non-interference to help the humans battle the Ori.

She reveals to them that when the Lantians resettled to Earth many millenia ago, they found only a harsh land a primitive peoples. There was no hope to rebuild their great society, so they spread out, some seeding ancient civilizations, others living out their lives in secluded meditation. In this later fashion Morgan and Merlin both one day learned to ascend.

When he later descended to create the anti-Ori weapon, she was sent by the Others to watch him.

But Daniel and Weir know that in Arthurian legend Merlin and Morgan were rivals. If she was sent to watch him and, if necessary, stop him, would she really be helping them to find the technology now?"

SG-1 has two Baals in captivity and their DNA matches, so they can't tell them apart. Only the real Baal can help them find something they need. Landry and some team members are interrogating other SG members for information about Baal.

As the rest of SG-1 prepares to join Landry (Beau Bridges) and Mitchell (Ben Browder) on a retreat, Teal'c (Christopher Judge), who is assisting the SG-3 team, discovers that the inhabitants of a distant planet are being mutilated by a savage and elusive alien creature. While SG-1 fears the Ori's sinister work is at play, they soon discover the creatures are being created by a parasite not indigenous to the planet. Meanwhile, Mitchell and Landry are the object of surveillance while staying at General O'Neill's cabin. As SG-1 receives word that the creatures are appearing on other planets also, Mitchell discoveres some hunters who have been the victim of a similar attack on Earth. Desperate to find the origin of the parasites, the team makes an alarming discovery: not all planets affected by the attacks were visited by the Ori, but they were all recently visited by SG-1. Horrified to discover that they could somehow be to blame, SG-1 must determine how to stop the creatures before they kill again.

Martin Lloyd (Willie Garson) returns to the S.G.C. looking for assistance from SG-1 with his feature film script. The team is reluctant, especially Lt. Colonel Cameron Mitchell (Ben Browder), who is excited about his next off-world mission which marks the 200th trip through the event horizon. However, when technical glitches prevent the team from gating off-world, they are stuck in the boardroom under the orders of General Landry (Beau Bridges), because the Pentagon believes a successful science fiction film about intergalatic wormhole travel will serve as a good cover story to keep the Stargate Program a secret. The notes session, however, quickly devolves into the team members pitching their own versions of a successful sci-fi film -- including tributes to THE WIZARD OF OZ, STAR TREK, a younger and edgier SG-1, and even a wedding that features the return of General Jack O'Neill (Richard Dean Anderson).
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Postby Sutekh » Thu Jul 06, 2006 9:34 pm

Never noticed it didn't all fit

Vala's half-Ori daughter Adria returns, now a young woman in her early 20s. As the leader of the Ori invasion fleet in our galaxy, she is now attempting to recruit new warriors into their army. Adria is resolute and frightfully dangerous, and when she encounters her mother again she pressures her to accept Origin, the Ori religion.

Adria is no longer the young girl she was when SG-1 first met her. She is cold and brutal, testing a new weapon by killing a Jaffa and then bringing him back to life in order to continue interrogating him.

Meanwhile, Bra'tac and General Landry travel to the Free Jaffa homeworld of Dakara. There they confront Se'tak, a Jaffa military leader, about his questionable tactics in the war against the followers of the Ori. But Se'tak stands by his decision to use a powerful Ancient device against their enemy, even though its use violates the Jaffa's agreement with Earth -- and will result in the deaths of millions of innocents.

Se'tak hopes that one day they will capture enough Ori ships to make a stand against the enemy, but believes that until then this great cost is acceptable to avoid the even higher cost of defeat. He has recently tested his weapon, and Landry challenges the fact that he chose a human-populated world to target, and not one of the Jaffa worlds that have capitulated to the Ori invaders.

Elsewhere, SG-1 confronts a group of Jaffa led by a man named Bo'rel. A younger warrior with a powerful presence, Bo'rel will do whatever he believes is necessary to fight the Ori threat -- and captures Teal'c and Colonel Mitchell, telling them that he intends to seize their ship. When Daniel suggests to him that the humans and Jaffa work together he refuses, declaring that his people will never be dependent on another race again.

Guest characters include Adria, Bra'tac (Tony Amendola), Se'tak, Bo'rel, Odyssey commander Colonel Paul Emerson (Matthew Glave), Captain Marks (Martin Christopher), a Prior, and a number of Jaffa.

Memento Mori
A confused Vala wanders the streets of a city alone and, hungry, enters a deli. When she tries to skip out on the bill, the owner, Sol, stops her. She confesses that she has no way to pay her bill ... and, in fact, she doesn't even remember who she is. She has no memory of her life before she walked into his fine establishment.

Striken with amnesia, Vala agrees to take a job as a waitress to pay back her debt while she tries to piece together her memory. She refuses to go to a hospital, and the very suggestion of it causes her intense anxiety.

Back at the S.G.C., Colonel Mitchell and Teal'c interrogate a man named Weaver -- one of those responsible for Vala's disappearance -- in the isolation room, while Daniel and Carter watch. Weaver isn't very forthcoming with information, and is clearly concerned about what will happen to him if he helps them.

When Vala takes down a pair of would-be robbers, the police take her in for questioning about the incident. But the cop (and deli patron), Ryan, has a hard time comprehending the disoriented and mysterious Vala.

As she begins to remember more and more of what happened to her, Vala discovers that she had been taken prisoner by Athena, an evil being (probably a Goa'uld) who used a memory device to probe for information hidden deep within Vala's memory.

Guest characters include Athena, Sol, Weaver, Kakalios (another person in Athena's service), Ryan, two robbers, and a waitress.

Company of Thieves
Cameron Mitchell must go undercover inside the deadly Lucian Alliance to prevent his teammates from becoming casualties of an Alliance civil war.

There are political machinations at work in the upper echelons of the Lucian Alliance, and Netan, their leader, fears that one of his "seconds" may be planning to overthrow him. His decision to commit ships to the battle against the Ori invasion proved to be disastrous. What is more, the Alliance is losing much territory as the Ori sweep across our galaxy.

Netan sends the man, Avateo, on a dangerous assignment to capture the Earth ship Odyssey, hoping that he will either die in the attempt or be disgraced. Instead, the menacing and ambitious Avateo succeeds in taking the ship -- with Samantha Carter on board. He threatens the life of Odyssey commander Colonel Emerson to force Sam to follow his instructions. Avateo believes that his victory will enable him to overthrow Netan, who he believes has failed the Alliance.

The capture of the ship is a great victory, but Avateo wants more: he uses it as bait to try and capture SG-1. He is partially successful, capturing Daniel and Vala.

Later, Colonel Mitchell reports back to Landry. Clearly the Lucian Alliance is behind this, prompting Cameron to hatch a plan to get his team back: he will go undercover as one of Netan's own seconds, and infiltrate the Lucian Alliance.

Mitchell visits Netan under the guise of Kefflin, one of Netan's close friends who runs a kassa operation on the outskirts of the galaxy. Kefflin is known to be extremely reclusive, and few of the other Alliance leaders knows what he looks like. When he is beaten and brought before Netan, he pricks him with the Reole chemical (the same one Daniel used to impersonate Yu's personal servant in Season Five's "Summit") to convince him that Mitchell is Kefflin, a dear friend. The plan works.

Mitchell covertly transmits their conversations to Teal'c, who listens from a cloaked cargo ship nearby. But when Teal'c is captured and brutally interrogated by Netan's men, Cameron must think quickly.

Guest characters include Netan (Eric Steinberg), Anateo, Colonel Paul Emerson (Matthew Glave), Solek (a man working with Anateo), Vashin (who brings Mitchell to Netan), Gavos (an Alliance second), Borzin (an old acquaintance of Vala's), Major Escher (SG-12 leader who briefs Teal'c, Mitchell, and Landry on the Lucian Alliance), Major Marks (Martin Christopher), Slaviash, Karug, Millic, and Rameris (all Alliance members).

The Quest (2 parter)
The team visits a medieval-style village on another world, where they meet Osric, a frail old librarian who keeps watch over all the village's material related to the Sangraal. But they aren't the only ones looking for it: Baal is also searching for the device, and has already been here.

Osric warns them that many have come to him looking for the Sangraal, and have died in their quest. The way is perilous (the woods in which it is said to be located was cursed by Morgan Le Fay), and the legendary prize is guarded by a great dragon. Daniel doubts that it's an actual dragon ...

The team finally has a solid lead on where the Merlin's anti-Ori weapon is ... but Osric refuses to show them the map that Morgan left behind, as the last group of travellers -- Baal and his minions -- tried to steal it.

Convincing Osric to show them the map is just the first of many challenges SG-1 faces. They must decipher ancient clues, overcome the "curse," and even join forces with their enemy.

Guest characters include Osric, Baal (Cliff Simon), Villagers, and a Barkeep.
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Postby Sutekh » Thu Jul 06, 2006 9:35 pm

It's high school reunion time for SG-1's Cameron Mitchell, Class of '87, who takes Vala along to Kansas as his date. There he reconnects with old friends like Darrell Grimes, and his high school crush Amy Vanderburg, "the one that got away" (first mentioned in "Ripple Effect"). Amy is a beautiful, wholesome girl in her late thirties, recently divorced (and available). Darrell finds Vala very intriguing, and as Cam and Amy confess their high school crushes on each other the Colonel gets a phone call from Stargate Command: Carter and Teal'c have been attacked, and someone may be coming after him.

On a Jaffa planet, an injured Teal'c is attended to by the Jaffa Cha'ra (Noah Danby). They aren't sure if Teal'c's attackers have left or not, so Teal'c encourages Cha'ra to put out the word that Teal'c survived the attack -- and wait to see if someone comes to finish the job.

Daniel, meanwhile, is working diligently at the Museum of Antiquities.

The man now after Mitchell on Earth is a humanoid but alien bounty hunter, a brash and no-nonsense warrior who has already tracked Mitchell to the party and is posing as a fellow classmate. He is Odai Ventrell, who catches Cam and tells him he's here to collect the price on the Colonel's head.

But Cam is only a pawn in a larger game, the bait for a bigger prize that the bounty hunter hopes to collect: He wants all of SG-1. And now they're on their way.

Guest characters include Amy Vanderburg, Darrell Grimes, Odai Ventrell, Cha'ra, and several reunion attendees.

The Shroud

SG-1 - The Shroud - Mitchell, Carter, Teal'c, and Vala visit another world, where yet another village of humans has been approached by a Prior of the Ori. They talk with the village leader, Tevaris, who explains that a Prior has recently visited them and spoke persuasively about the Ori religion.

The team is curious to learn from Tevaris that this particular Prior has yet to make any threats that the village will face death and destruction if they refuse to follow Origin. Instead, he is using a "soft sell" method of evangelism, sharing only the benefits and positive merits of Origin as the one true path to salvation.

When it is announced that the Prior has returned for their answer, SG-1 takes cover to hide from him. The shrouded man walks into the village and asks Tevaris for his answer. At first SG-1 cannot see his face, but when they do they are stunned: With the white hair, a pale face, and milky eyes of a transformed Prior, it is Daniel Jackson.

Guest characters include Tevaris and several villagers.

Line in the Sand
SG-1 (sans Daniel Jackson) arrives on a world that is threatened by the coming Ori war machine. The fanatical servants of the evil, ascended beings are combing our galaxy with great effectiveness, forcefully converting whole planets to the worship of the Ori. SG-1 believes it is time to draw a line in the sand -- this far, and no further.

To do so, Lt. Colonel Samantha Carter believes she can use the Ancient Merlin's own technology in the fight against this enemy of the Ancients. By modifying his technology that can shift a person into a hidden dimension ("Arthur's Mantle"), Sam believes she can hide the village's entire population from the Ori Prior.

The team meets the people's leader, Thilana, a strong and principled young woman. She and her right-hand man, Matar, are extremely grateful when SG-1 offers to hide their people from the Ori and save their entire village. But things don't always go according to plan.

When the technology apparently fails, Matar suggests capitulating to the Prior's demands, but Thilana is resolute. Her people were formerly slaves of the Goa'uld, and she will not be enslaved to false gods once again. SG-1 remains to help defend the planet from the Ori army, but become separated during the battle. Carter is injured, and Mitchell tends to her while the two hide under the cover of a small dimensional bubble.

The Firstman, leader of the Ori army, arrives and challenges Thilana. They know that an entire building vanished soon after their arrival, and demand an explanation. A hooded Teal'c watches on to see if these people will betray SG-1.

Guest characters include Thilana, Matar, Firstman, Colonel Reynolds (Erik Breker), several villagers, and warriors of the Ori.

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