|George Hammond ~ Reviews|
Poor George. Once again, he has to play action hero. It starts off simply enough, the gang has been symbiote-napped by that Tramp Hathor! She leaves Teal'c behind but she's going to turn the rest of SG-1 into Jaffa! Our team is ready with the snappy comebacks, but you can tell that they're afraid!
Hammond orders Makepeace to go save SG-1's Six, but it turns out that there is an energy shield blocking their escape, so even though they were able to rescue Sam and Daniel, they can't leave Hathor's Cat House.
George argues with Major Davis about the need for more troops, but the President and the Joint Chiefs of Staff won't allow anymore loss of life to save SG1!
Teal'c leaves the SGC in order to build an army to help free his friends. Bra'tac's hurt really bad, and the Chulak-eans just don't want to help out. I think if Teal'c had a cool recruiting song people would have joined his little army.
You know, something like:
Do you hear the people sing?
Singing a song of angry men?
It is the music of a people
Who will not be slaves again!
When the beating of your heart
Echoes the beating of the drums
There is a life about to start
When tomorrow comes!
Do you hear the people sing?
Lost in the valley of the night.
It is the music of a people who are climbing to the light.
For the watched of the earth there is a flame that never dies.
They will live again in freedom in the garden of the Lord.
They will put behind the ploughshare...they will put away the swords.
The chains will be broken and all will have their reward!
MUST YOU SING SO HIGH? CAN'T YOU CRANK IT DOWN AN OCTAVE?~ Jake
Oh thank God, I thought you were going to sing the entire libretto to Les Misérables. Speaking of which, when the hell did you see Les Mis? ~ Jake
I'll sing it later for you, Pook. Where was I? Oh, without the cool recruiting song, most of the Chulak-eans decide that it's not their problem, so they won't help Teal'c. There remains but one stranger who will help!
This stranger can leaps tall buildings in a single bound.
He is more powerful than a locomotive.
He is faster than a speeding bullet.
Who can it be?
YES! IT IS!
Dear God, can you explain to me why the oldest and wisest Tok'Ra Symbiote is such a wacky fangirl? ~ Long suffering Jacob
Be still my little heart! It's George Hammond! He'll save them! I know he will! We've got Bra'tac, we've got George, we've got Teal'c; all we need is me and Super Pook to help SG1!
Oh yeah, I forgot, we weren't invited to the party because they didn't want to share. Too bad, I had a few things I wanted to say to that tramp Hathor and they're weren't questions about who did her makeup!
Bra'tac admits that he swiped a ship from Apophis way back when he was First Prime, and he hid it on Chulak, so the boys spend a few hours wandering through the forests of Chulak, looking for it. You can tell George is wondering if Bray's gotten a little senile, as how can you misplace a Death Glider, when Bra'tac finds it.
(Ok, he stumbled over it).
Bra'tac waves goodbye, as Hammond and Teal'c zip off on their rescue mission. There's a whole lot of big explosions, sewing of needles, some fancy flying and George is having a good old time as he's yelling,
I love yelling, "Yeee haaaaaawwww!"
I yell it whenever we go through the gate, (As Jake won't let me yell Geronimo any more) though Pookie is mean, and he doesn't let anyone else hear me.
But if you watch really close, when Jake's tripping through the gate, you can hear me yelling it inside Pookie's mind.
Aren't you going to tell them if SG1 gets rescued? Or are you going to Yeeeehaaaawwww all day and all night long. ~Jake
Ok - thanks to George, Bra'tac and Teal'c (Plus a Super Cool Tok'Ra Secret Agent!) SG1 is safe!
All together now,
YEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEHHHHHHHHHHAAAAAWWWWWWWW! - Sel
|Season 3 ~ Into the Fire|
Oh Good God, where are they now?
An Army of One
Our Top Secret Tok'Ra Agent
Master Bra'tac ~ you old coot, do you have any idea where the
Sam Hell you put this ship of yours?
I was just pulling your leg, Hammond of Texas.
I knew where it was all the time.
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