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| director = [[Jeff Woolnough]]
 
| director = [[Jeff Woolnough]]
 
| main = [[Richard Dean Anderson]] as [[Colonel]] [[Jack O'Neill]]<br>[[Michael Shanks]] as [[Dr.]] [[Daniel Jackson]]<br>[[Amanda Tapping]] as [[Captain]] [[Samantha Carter]]<br>[[Christopher Judge]] as [[Teal'c]]
 
| main = [[Richard Dean Anderson]] as [[Colonel]] [[Jack O'Neill]]<br>[[Michael Shanks]] as [[Dr.]] [[Daniel Jackson]]<br>[[Amanda Tapping]] as [[Captain]] [[Samantha Carter]]<br>[[Christopher Judge]] as [[Teal'c]]
| guests = [[Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa]] as [[Turghan]]<br />[[Jorgito Vargas Jr.]] as [[Abu]]<br />[[Soon-Tek Oh]] as [[Moughal]]<br />[[Crystal Lowe]] as [[Nya]]<br />[[Marilyn Chin]] as [[Shavadai woman|Clanswoman]]<br />[[Paul Wu]] as Mongol Rider {{u}}<br>? as [[Raga]]<br>? as [[Nya's mother]]
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| guests = [[Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa]] as [[Turghan]]<br />[[Jorgito Vargas Jr.]] as [[Abu]]<br />[[Soon-Tek Oh]] as [[Moughal]]<br />[[Crystal Lowe]] as [[Nya]]<br />[[Marilyn Chin]] as [[Shavadai woman|Clanswoman]]<br />[[Paul Wu]] as Mongol Rider [[Raga]]
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Uncredited actress<br> as [[Nya's mother]]
 
| preceded_by = "[[The Enemy Within]]"
 
| preceded_by = "[[The Enemy Within]]"
 
| followed_by = "[[The Broca Divide]]"
 
| followed_by = "[[The Broca Divide]]"
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==Synopsis==
 
==Synopsis==
On the seemingly peaceful planet of [[Simarka]], the team encounter a race of Mongol-like [[Human]]s whose women have no rights whatsoever. Things turn bad when the team realizes [[Captain]] [[Samantha Carter]] has been kidnapped and sold to an enemy tribe, led by [[Turghan]] and as her teammates search for her, Carter fights to dismantle a series of ground rules on a planet where women are seen as objects instead of human beings.
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On the seemingly peaceful planet of [[Simarka]], the team encounter a race of Mongol-like Humans whose women have no rights whatsoever. Things turn bad when the team realizes [[Captain]] [[Samantha Carter]] has been kidnapped and sold to an enemy tribe, led by [[Turghan]] and as her teammates search for her, Carter fights to dismantle a series of ground rules on a planet where women are seen as objects instead of human beings.
   
 
==Plot==
 
==Plot==
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Carter challenges Turghan as the chieftain of her clan. Turghan pulls out a short sword-like dagger while she pulls out her much smaller (by comparison) Ontario knife. She wins the ensuing hand-to-hand combat but refuses to kill Turghan; instead making him swear to release Nya, not make war with the Shavadai, and to yield to her.
 
Carter challenges Turghan as the chieftain of her clan. Turghan pulls out a short sword-like dagger while she pulls out her much smaller (by comparison) Ontario knife. She wins the ensuing hand-to-hand combat but refuses to kill Turghan; instead making him swear to release Nya, not make war with the Shavadai, and to yield to her.
   
In celebration of Carter's bravery, Moughal, as an example to other clans and tribes, abolishes the old laws regarding women allowing them to walk freely about the camp with their faces revealed. SG-1 returns to Earth with a new [[Anesthetic salve|anesthetic]] derived from one of the local plants.
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In celebration of Carter's bravery, Moughal, as an example to other clans and tribes, abolishes the old laws regarding women allowing them to walk freely about the camp with their faces revealed. SG-1 returns to Earth with a new [[Sha'vadi anesthetic|anesthetic]] derived from one of the local plants.
   
 
==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==
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'''O'Neill''': The hell with culture - a member of my team has been neutralized. That's a hostile act.<br />
 
'''O'Neill''': The hell with culture - a member of my team has been neutralized. That's a hostile act.<br />
'''Jackson''': How is it that you always manage to come up with the worst-case scenario?<br />
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'''Jackson''': How is it that you always manage to come up with the worst case scenario?<br />
 
'''O'Neill''': I practice.
 
'''O'Neill''': I practice.
   
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==Notes==
 
==Notes==
*The team makes reference to a past exploratory mission on [[Chalcis|P3X-595]] where [[Captain]] [[Samantha Carter]] apparently imbibed a mind-altering substance that greatly reduced her inhibitions. The mission is chronicled in the novel ''[[Stargate SG-1: Sacrifice Moon]]'' The reference also reveals that [[SG-1]] has many adventures which are not chronicled in the series.
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*The team makes reference to a past exploratory mission on [[Chalcis|P3X-595]] where Carter apparently imbibed a mind-altering substance that greatly reduced her inhibitions. The reference reveals that [[SG-1]] has many adventures which are not chronicled in the series.
*Starting with this episode, [[Dr.]] [[Daniel Jackson]] and [[Teal'c]] start carrying the [[M9 pistol]] as a sidearm.
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*This is generally considered by critics as one of the worst episodes of the entire [[Stargate SG-1]] series. The [[Sci-Fi Channel]] (and possibly the production team) seems to hold it in similar disdain, because it is rarely if ever re-run in syndication. Often when the series is being rerun it simply skips straight from "[[The Enemy Within]]" to "[[The Broca Divide]]".
 
*This is the first episode not to feature any scenes set on [[Earth]].
 
 
*This is generally considered by critics as one of the worst episodes of the entire ''[[Stargate SG-1]]'' series. The [[Sci-Fi Channel]] (and possibly the production team) seems to hold it in similar disdain, because it is rarely if ever re-run in syndication. Often when the series is being rerun it simply skips straight from "[[The Enemy Within]]" to "[[The Broca Divide]]".
 
 
 
*This is the first of eleven episodes of ''[[Stargate SG-1]]'' written by [[Katharyn Powers]]. She is also responsible for the very similar (both in story and reception) ''[[w:c:memoryalpha:Star Trek: The Next Generation|Star Trek: The Next Generation]]'' Season One episode "[[w:c:memoryalpha:Code of Honor (episode)|Code of Honor]]". Both episodes feature a female officer being abducted and later participating in a fight to the death which both parties survive. In further coincidence, both episodes are the 4th episode of their show's first season.
 
*This is the first of eleven episodes of ''[[Stargate SG-1]]'' written by [[Katharyn Powers]]. She is also responsible for the very similar (both in story and reception) ''[[w:c:memoryalpha:Star Trek: The Next Generation|Star Trek: The Next Generation]]'' Season One episode "[[w:c:memoryalpha:Code of Honor (episode)|Code of Honor]]". Both episodes feature a female officer being abducted and later participating in a fight to the death which both parties survive. In further coincidence, both episodes are the 4th episode of their show's first season.
 
 
*This is the only episode of ''[[Stargate SG-1]]'' directed by [[Jeff Woolnough]].
 
*This is the only episode of ''[[Stargate SG-1]]'' directed by [[Jeff Woolnough]].
 
 
*[[Don S. Davis]] ([[Major General]] [[George S. Hammond]]) does not appear in this episode.
 
*[[Don S. Davis]] ([[Major General]] [[George S. Hammond]]) does not appear in this episode.
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*Starting with this episode, [[Daniel Jackson]] and [[Teal'c]] start carrying the [[M9 pistol]] as a sidearm.
   
 
==Goofs==
 
==Goofs==
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==External links==
 
==External links==
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*{{SciFi|stargate/episodes/season01/0103/|Emancipation}}
 
*{{GateWorld|sg1/s1/103.shtml|Emancipation}}
 
*{{GateWorld|sg1/s1/103.shtml|Emancipation}}
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*{{MGMsite|view/episode/2490/index.html|Emancipation}}
 
*{{Solutionswiki|1.04_%22Emancipation%22_Episode_Guide|Emancipation}}
 
*{{Solutionswiki|1.04_%22Emancipation%22_Episode_Guide|Emancipation}}
   
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