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Stargate SG-1 Series 5 Vol. 20
cover In "Enemies"  the team are faced with their biggest nemeses of all, Apophis and the Replicators, while stuck in another galaxy 120 years away from Earth. The biggest interpersonal problem facing them, however, is a switch in allegiance by Teal'c. Continuing into "Threshold", it takes the wisdom of his old master Bra'tac to perceive that all is not as it seems. At long last, Sam gets a sympathetic and revealing spotlight. In "Ascension" it's a case of torn loyalties for Sam, when she's confronted by an imaginary friend/lover. Then Jack seems to experience something very similar when the team gains a "Fifth Man".
Special features:
SG-1 video diary Don S. Davis, Volume 21 episode previews and Fan Club spot.

Audio commentaries:
Enemies: Director Martin Wood and visual effects supervisor James Tichenor.
Threshold: Director Peter DeLuise, Christopher Judge and visual effect supervisor James Tichenor.
Ascension: Director Martin Wood, Amanda Tapping and visual effects supervisor James Tichenor
The Fifth Man: Director Peter DeLuise and producers Joseph Mallozzi and Paul Mullie.

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Stargate SG-1 Series 5 Vol. 21
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In "Red Sky", an unavoidable accident initiates a global catastrophe on planet K'Tau, Sam forces Jack and the others to decide between technology or primitive faith. Cassandra, is now a teenager experiencing a problematic "Rite of Passage". Infected with a secretly dormant retro-virus, she also seems to be seeing a ghostly form no one else can see. In "Beast of Burden" it's the return of Chaka, who's been captured and taken to a world where the Unas are used for slave labour. Finally, paired up with the Russians, SG-1 enjoys a spot of Indiana Jonesing around "The Tomb".

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Stargate SG-1 Series 5 Vol. 22
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When old acquaintances the Tollan offer Earth a brace of advanced weaponry, Jack's the first to raise a questioning hand and wonder if they aren't "Between Two Fires". During "2001" Senator Kinsey desperately tries to dismantle the Stargate programme. As always with newcomers on the show, the Aschen may not be all they appear to be. Driven to "Desperate Measures", the perpetrator behind the kidnap of Major Carter puts everyone in an ethical quandary. Jack is forced to team up with his old foe Maybourne to find her. "Wormhole X-Treme!" is the show's 100th episode, and was created as a sort of Galaxy Quest parody. Full of crew-member cameos and in-jokes, it's definitely the best fun fans and cast have had amid the more dramatically serious story arc over the year.

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Stargate SG-1 Series 5 Vol. 23
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In a daring Tok'ra mission, Daniel Jackson is sent to infiltrate and attend a Goa'uld "Summit" disguised as a manservant. In a direct continuation, SG-1 make what they hope is a "Last Stand" against the System Lords. "48 Hours" traps Teal'c within the system, and the team have only two days to find a way to reconnect him with the aid of the Russian dialling device. Jack and co take time out from their missions to train up some newbies. "Proving Ground" is all about who can make the grade, and in particular they have their eyes on the brilliant Jennifer and headstrong Elliot.

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Stargate SG-1 Series 5 Vol. 24
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In "Fail Safe", Sam's surreal solution to the problem of an asteroid on collision course with Earth has to be seen to be disbelieved. Next, Kytano sure looks like "The Warrior" for whom Teal'c and his old master Bra'tac have been waiting. But everyone's patience and beliefs are put to the test when Jack questions what he sees as a situation that's too good to be true. The discovery of an android poses all sorts of questions for the SGC, especially as the dormant machine is the only thing left of a desolated world. Dr Jackson persuades everyone to turn it on, and Reese is found to be responsible for the greatest "Menace" the galaxy has ever known. In "The Sentinel", former crimes by the sinister NID have to be rectified on a doomed world.

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Stargate SG-1 Series 5 Vol. 25
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Daniel Jackson decides the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few, sacrificing himself for the greater good in "Meridian".
"Revelations" are aplenty at the end of year five. Earth's seemingly all-powerful allies the Asgard show yet more chinks in their armour. The SG-1 teams' grief over Daniel is remarkably short-lived.

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