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The second chapter, by the other editor, Stan Beeler, "'It's a Zed PM': Stargate SG-1, Stargate: Atlantis and Canadian production of American television," makes a similar argument about Stargate SG-Vs Canadianness, but focuses instead on the use of local talent and locations.
One weaker chapter on fans and Stargate SG-1 is "Sam I am: Female fans' interaction with Samantha Carter through fan fiction and online discussions," not only because it again sees Carter in only negative terms, but the survey sampling of thirty-four female respondents--and then further questioning of thirteen female fan fiction authors regarding a show that is watched internationally and has a large fan base--seems just too small to make any solid conclusions regarding overall fan reaction.
Other features of the anthology include pictures, an episode guide for Stargate SG-1 (seasons 1-8) and Stargate Atlantis (season one), a glossary of terms from both series, and an index.
Overall, Reading Stargate SG-1 is not a stellar work.
And while Stargate SG-1 remains the Longest Running Science Fiction Show (Consecutive), Doctor Who has entered the prestigious annual book with a new record.
'Stargate SG-1 has run without a break since it first hit our screen in 1997 however, so it is the longest show with consecutive back-to-back episodes.'
It is published in more than 100 countries and 23 languages.: How the shows measure up:The heroes Doctor Who is a Timelord who can regenerate his body when near death, to a maximum of 12 times The SG-1 team are all humans who operate from a top-secret US military base called the SGC (Stargate Command) The evil aliens Doctor Who has fought against all manner of adversaries including the Daleks, the Autons, the Cybermen, the Sontarans, the Sea Devils and more
Volume 43, which co-stars Amanda Tapping, features three thrilling episodes - Citizen Joe, Moebius Part 1 and Moebius Part 2 - and boasts a whole host of exciting DVD extras including Stargate Secrets Revealed, The Lowdown: Making Of A Stargate Fan (Part 2), plus a photo and production design gallery.To be in with a chance to win, simply tell us who plays the lead role in Stargate SG-1. Is it (a) Richard Dean Anderton, (b) Richard Dean Andrews, or (c) Richard Dean Anderson?CALL 0901 561 0160(ROI 1550 500 566)with your answer name and contact details or Text TICKET followed by space then your answer name and address to
It's just perfect for watching the rest of the main prize - DVDs of STARGATE SG-1 Vol 41 and STARGATE ATLANTIS Vol 3. will feature Stargate SG-1 on its home page on the launch day for the DVDs and videos.
The SG-1 team are on board one of the Goa'uld's spaceships.
The leading Goa'uld's right-hand man Bra'tac is sent to kill the SG-1 team.