Stargate SG-1

Season 9 Episode 12

Collateral Damage

2
Aired Friday 8:00 PM Jan 13, 2006 on Syfy
8.4
out of 10
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When SG-1 travels to an Asgard protected planet, Colonel Mitchell is accused of a murder he did not commit...but has memories showing he did.

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  • This episode was pointless....

    4.8
    i don't like this epiosde at all. i think this epiosde was the worst in season 9 and one of the worst ever. firstly, Col. Mitchell is occused of murder on another planet, but then by the help of Technogy he doesn't remember, and everyone else is lead to belive he did it. the stupid thing is that at the end. col. mitchell s memory is wiped of the event. and all the people on that planet forget too. i just don't like the storyline of this epiosde and nevr will. i gave this epiosde the lowest score i have ever given anythuing.later.moreless
  • A nice surprise.

    8.0
    Spoilers...



    A solid Cameron-centric stand alone episode, not something we've seen so far and shockingly it's a decent, fairly intelligent little episode.



    The premise is a bit of an SF cliche - a chair that can be used to add or remove memories. Cameron 'remembers' killing the woman he hit on the previous night, but this is SG1 after all, we know Cameron hasn't done it. Thankfully the episode sorts this out quickly and it isn't about proving his innocence which would have been really tiresome, but finding out who did.



    The show includes a few good twists and Ben Browder gets a chance to show he wasn't just brought on board to look nice and be a replacement O'Neill. The script isn't as good as what he got to work with on Farscape, but he does the best with what he has to work with.moreless
  • Beware The Chair!

    9.1
    Mitchell has the same problem with this chair as he did in Farscape. The only difference is that memories have been implanted into his brain instead of Scorpious probing him for wormhole knowledge. Hopefully, there was no little chip implanted in him that is going to cause him trouble down the road.
  • Not very much connected with main storyline but there was great thoughts in this episode.

    8.6
    I do not know.. I liked it.. the story - the dilemma and irony of memory change - it first looks something so good but through the episode we see what kind of control it gives, how other people can alert the reality and the question would rise - what is the price? Innocent man thinking he killed someone? The real killer not even knowing what he had done? It quite remind me the paradox what was in "Minority Report". How can we know what is real and what is not? And for those thoughts this episode provoked. It was worth to watch.moreless
  • Big Time filler episode...

    7.0
    Yes this is a filler episode most of the filler episodes on this show are sometimes good but I disliked this one. There was a couple good things about it, like we get to see some insight on Mitchell's life and what almost made him resign from the Air Force. The bright side to this episode was that SG-1 aquired a new memory machine. I liked the effects of the jet when Mitchell was having a memory of accidentley killing those people. Everyone has to admit this episode was different but it wasn't the worst episode of the series. Face it every series has bad episodes. Later...moreless
Christopher Judge

Christopher Judge

Teal'c

Ben Browder

Ben Browder

Lieutenant Colonel Cameron Mitchell

Amanda Tapping

Amanda Tapping

Captain/Major/ Lt. Colonel Samantha Carter

Beau Bridges

Beau Bridges

General Henry "Hank" Landry

Michael Shanks

Michael Shanks

Dr. Daniel Jackson

Anna Galvin

Anna Galvin

Dr. Reya Varrick

Guest Star

Warren Kimmel

Warren Kimmel

Dr. Marell

Guest Star

Benson Simmonds

Benson Simmonds

Dr. Amuro

Guest Star

Gary Jones

Gary Jones

Technician/Sergeant Walter Davis

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