Aug. 13th, 2008

collswan: (SG team_shades)
In this episode, Teal'c must stand trial for a crime committed while he served as first prime of Apophis when a villager on an alien world identifies him as the Jaffa who killed his father.  Now, I don't want to ignore the seriousness of the theme in this episode. In my recent summer graduate class on the escapes and evasions in WWII, the atrocities of some of the war criminals who escaped justice and went on to lead normal, productive lives is a tragedy. I see why people strive to believe in a divine justice as there often seems to be so little of it in this lifetime.

But that's not really what I want to focus on in my non-RL.
So, I am going to ignore some of the seriousness of this episode and offer up a picspam about brussels sprouts.   Also notice that it contains the longest speech by Teal'c EVER.

Inspired by the opening scene (pasted from GW):

We begin with the open stargate closing to show SG-1, their backs to us. The walk down the steps looking around at the deserted village. Birds are heard piping.

CARTER: Looks deserted.

TEAL'C: (Looks around) O'Neill. I have been here before.

JACKSON: (Turns to face Teal'C, suprised) What? You have?

TEAL'C: Yes. This world is called Cartago.

JACKSON: (Walks up to the Jaffa) What can you tell us about it?

TEAL'C: The Goa'uld visit here regularly. It is one of their favorite places to harvest hosts for Goa'uld absorption.

JACKSON: You know, I wish you wouldn't say "harvest." We're talking about human beings, not brussel sprouts.

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