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Meanwhile, Major [[Gus Bonner]], who happens to be Stacy's uncle, has been put on trial for disobeying orders and sending his patrol into a Tlakk'ahn ambush. After the trial, [[Nephestis]], who, as a [[Cheftu]], has the ability to [[shapeshifting|alter his appearance]], opens the [[Stargate]] so Tlakk'ahn warriors can attack [[Stargate Command]].
 
Meanwhile, Major [[Gus Bonner]], who happens to be Stacy's uncle, has been put on trial for disobeying orders and sending his patrol into a Tlakk'ahn ambush. After the trial, [[Nephestis]], who, as a [[Cheftu]], has the ability to [[shapeshifting|alter his appearance]], opens the [[Stargate]] so Tlakk'ahn warriors can attack [[Stargate Command]].
   
In the meantime, a foreign alien is dicovered in an [[Egyptian]] [[sarcophagus]] and it is discovered the Tlakk'ahn were contacted by Nephestis to capture it. Major Bonner, Stacy, Echo, Seattle, Harrison and the creature manage to escape through the Stargate to the Tlakk'ahns' home planet.
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In the meantime, a foreign alien is dicovered in an [[Egypt]]ian [[sarcophagus]] and it is discovered the Tlakk'ahn were contacted by Nephestis to capture it. Major Bonner, Stacy, Echo, Seattle, Harrison and the creature manage to escape through the Stargate to the Tlakk'ahns' home planet.
   
The Tlakk'ahn retreat to the cover of a doorway and start blasting, but the cadets manage to hold off the warriors while Major Bonner dials an address into the [[DHD]]. In order to prevent the Tlakk'ahn warriors from following them of them through the gate, Bonner places a bomb on the DHD.
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The Tlakk'ahn retreat to the cover of a doorway and start blasting, but the cadets manage to hold off the warriors while Major Bonner dials an address into the [[Dial Home Device|DHD]]. In order to prevent the Tlakk'ahn warriors from following them of them through the gate, Bonner places a bomb on the DHD.
   
 
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*The creature seen in this episode is stated to be one of the [[Ancients]]. However, in the [[Stargate canon|''SG-1''/''Atlantis'' canon]], the Ancients are a race that closely resemble [[human]]s.
 
*The creature seen in this episode is stated to be one of the [[Ancients]]. However, in the [[Stargate canon|''SG-1''/''Atlantis'' canon]], the Ancients are a race that closely resemble [[human]]s.
 
*Despite its many inconsistencies with the ''[[Stargate SG-1|SG-1]]''/''[[Stargate Atlantis|Atlantis]]'' canon, ''[[Stargate Infinity]]'' did accurately predict that the [[Goa'uld]] would eventually be defeated.
 
*Despite its many inconsistencies with the ''[[Stargate SG-1|SG-1]]''/''[[Stargate Atlantis|Atlantis]]'' canon, ''[[Stargate Infinity]]'' did accurately predict that the [[Goa'uld]] would eventually be defeated.
*In this episode, Major Bonner references the Western genre, but then tells his confused teenaged cadets that Westerns were before their time. However, ''Infinity'' is set thirty or forty years after "[[Children of the Gods]]," so it must take place in either 2027 or 2037. This means Bonner would have been born in either [[1977]] or [[1987]] and that would make the era of Westerns well before his time as well.
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*In this episode, Major Bonner references the Western genre, but then tells his confused teenaged cadets that Westerns were before their time. However, ''Infinity'' is set thirty or forty years after "[[Children of the Gods]]," so it must take place in either 2027 or 2037. This means Bonner would have been born in either [[1970s|1977]] or [[1980s|1987]] and that would make the era of Westerns well before his time as well.
   
 
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Series: Stargate Infinity
Episode: 1.01
Original air date: 14 September 2002

Summary

The episode begins with cadets R. J. Harrison and Stacy Bonner being taken to a morph trail test in Cheyenne Mountain. Their vehicle is suddenly blasted when they stop to make a decision. A major tells them that sometimes one should just make a choice and deal with the consequences, rather than doing nothing in a moment of indecisiveness.

Meanwhile, Major Gus Bonner, who happens to be Stacy's uncle, has been put on trial for disobeying orders and sending his patrol into a Tlakk'ahn ambush. After the trial, Nephestis, who, as a Cheftu, has the ability to alter his appearance, opens the Stargate so Tlakk'ahn warriors can attack Stargate Command.

In the meantime, a foreign alien is dicovered in an Egyptian sarcophagus and it is discovered the Tlakk'ahn were contacted by Nephestis to capture it. Major Bonner, Stacy, Echo, Seattle, Harrison and the creature manage to escape through the Stargate to the Tlakk'ahns' home planet.

The Tlakk'ahn retreat to the cover of a doorway and start blasting, but the cadets manage to hold off the warriors while Major Bonner dials an address into the DHD. In order to prevent the Tlakk'ahn warriors from following them of them through the gate, Bonner places a bomb on the DHD.

Production

Guest stars

References

PR6-308

Trivia

  • The creature seen in this episode is stated to be one of the Ancients. However, in the SG-1/Atlantis canon, the Ancients are a race that closely resemble humans.
  • Despite its many inconsistencies with the SG-1/Atlantis canon, Stargate Infinity did accurately predict that the Goa'uld would eventually be defeated.
  • In this episode, Major Bonner references the Western genre, but then tells his confused teenaged cadets that Westerns were before their time. However, Infinity is set thirty or forty years after "Children of the Gods," so it must take place in either 2027 or 2037. This means Bonner would have been born in either 1977 or 1987 and that would make the era of Westerns well before his time as well.
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