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...
Did You Know?
Some of the footage is a reuse from earlier episodes, namely the Jaffa in the corridor of Ba'al's ship who are shot by Lt. Colonel Carter. The footage showing them running around the corner and being hit by multiple bullets was originally shot for Stargate SG-1: The Serpent's Lair
(1998). See more
While SG-1 is investigating and approaching the camp on P3R-112 with all the supposedly poisoned, dead Jaffa, and while the camera is close-up on Mitchell, one of the Jaffa towards the background can be seen laying on the ground moving his legs. See more
Vala Mal Doran
So no IOA? No Reynolds men? No television program about dancing with supposed celebrities?
Dr. Daniel Jackson
Actually, that part was real.
Vala Mal Doran
How very disturbing.
References Dancing with the Stars
Written by Joel Goldsmith See more