Stargate SG-1

Season 6 Episode 10

Cure

3
Aired Friday 8:00 PM Aug 16, 2002 on Syfy
8.4
out of 10
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229 votes
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SG-1 is offered a deal for a miracle medicine from an alien world.

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  • A very underated and forgotten episode

    7.8
    You know this is actually a blinkin' fine piece of Stargate.



    Jonas gets a bit of love interest, the story is set for a later episode so Teal'c can be free of Junior and we get to see a Gouald queen, and very yucky she is too.



    The gradual revealing of this amazaing cure is very clever and very sad. The introduction of the Tok'ra queen was a good sideline, my only complaint is that she did not survive as that would of perhaps made a rather interesting b-plot for the tok'ra alliance (not sure why it would have but I felt that way when I was watching it). My main complaint is that how the monkeys does goauld queen that big (or Tok'ra rather) fit into a human host? I thought they went round your spine, no wander she was lying down when we saw her (probably broke her back.



    I'm not saying this is as good as other episodes but it is a must see to understand, fully the whole Tretonin issue and to see Jonas all loved up (my main complaint there is that he is loved up with someone other than me but you can;t have everything.....yes I feel the same about Daniel Jackson but he ain't there is he).



    Watch this!!moreless
  • The sgc have made contact with the Pangeras. The pangeras want to learn the use of the stargate and Sg1 is interested in the cure all that the pangeras have.

    9.4
    This was very interesting and i likes it alot. Sg1 is there visiting and trying totalk to the pangeras and see what they can do for them. they offer them several off world addresses to start them off safely and to let them see what they are up against.

    But they are wanting the really dangerous gates and the sg1 just will not allow that to happen.

    While Teal's and Jonas are checking the walls in the tomb Jonas learns that the Gouald that was intombed there was not a gouald but Tokra', the mother of all Tokra'.

    The pangeras are not aware of this but see no way to let her go since their lives depend on this serum that they use for their good health and longivity.

    The Tokra' come to claim their queen.

    Kamel risks her life to give her voice to forgive the pangeras cause they knew not what they were doing.

    She also shares the secret to the cure for the serum with the pangeras.

    It was a really good show not one othe blow things up tshows, but one of the really puzzling shopws, it was a good mystery shows that they are so famous for.moreless
  • good episode...

    8.5
    We finally get to see the goa'uld queen that spawned the Tok'ra! Anyways, SG-1 negotiates with a world to exchange a miracle drug that hightens the immune system for locations of goa'uld mother worlds. Basically, that was all that happened. They were using symbiotes to create the drug and the symbiotes were created by a queen, the Tok'ra's queen. In the end, a Tok'ra became host to the queen before she died. Anyways, the episode was good, but not great. It was nice to see the reaction of the Tok'ra when they found out the queen was their queen. The story was good, but there were some slow parts, especially between Jonas and the scientist. Overall, good episode.moreless
  • Tok'ras' past..

    7.7
    This was revealing and educative episode - first it looked liked somehow too simple and not very catching - all that new race who is learning to use their technology and study Goa'ulds... but when Tok'ras came in and that Goa'uld spreading facility was found - it became more interesting and when Teal'c and Jonas managed to translate the text and truth was unveiled - it was wow. They had so great thing hidden in so simple episode and all the end - the queen and the antitode and forgiving what they had done for her - there was something worth remembering.moreless
Richard Dean Anderson

Richard Dean Anderson

Colonel/Brigadier General Jonathan J. "Jack" O'Neill

Christopher Judge

Christopher Judge

Teal'c

Corin Nemec

Corin Nemec

Jonas Quinn

Amanda Tapping

Amanda Tapping

Captain/Major/ Lt. Colonel Samantha Carter

Don S. Davis

Don S. Davis

Major General George S. Hammond

Peter Stebbings

Peter Stebbings

Malek

Guest Star

Allison Hossack

Allison Hossack

Zenna Valk

Guest Star

Gwynyth Walsh

Gwynyth Walsh

Kamel/Egeria

Guest Star

Teryl Rothery

Teryl Rothery

Dr. Janet Fraiser

Recurring Role

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  • QUOTES (3)

    • Teal'c: A Goa'uld offspring is born with the intellect and knowledge of the queen who bore it. Normally, the fully developed personality would emerge, allowing the symbiote to control the host immediately upon blending.
      Jack: Glowing eyes, cliché behavior, evilness. That kind of thing.

    • (about the Pangarans)
      Malek: Their fate is their own doing, not yours. You merely tried to free yourself the only way you could.
      Egeria: They do not deserve this end, not when it can be prevented.
      Sam: You created the flaw. You can create the antidote that will save them.
      Egeria: I will tell you what you need to know.
      Dollen: Thank you. On behalf of our people, please, forgive us for what we have done to you. Had we known, we...
      (pause)
      Egeria: The salvation of the Pangarans shall be my final act. Such is the spirit of Tok'ra that I wish to live on.

    • Jack: We've only kept ahead of the Goa'uld by not biting off more than we can chew. Usually.

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