Stargate SG-1 (Season 7) DVD Review – University Review

A sequel to the 1994 movie Stargate, Stargate SG-1 is one of the premiere science-fiction series on television. First airing in July 1997, the show has been nominated for 7 Emmys and 23 Saturn Awards. The brainchild of creator Dean Devlin, producer of such Hollywood blockbusters as Independence Day (1996) and The Patriot (2000), Stargate SG-1 chronicles the further adventures of the Stargate Command (SGC) as Earth and its citizens advance forward into a new era of space exploration in the aftermath of Dr. Daniel Jackson’s discovery of the galaxy’s numerous stargates…Stargate SG-1 follows the exploits of the SG-1 Unit (i.e. the “explorer” unit) of Stargate Command. When a new code is broken that reveals the location of stargates throughout the galaxy, Earth and its inhabitants are given the ability to travel through time to any point they wish instantaneously. Earth’s military sends out stargate (SG) teams to scour the universe for new technologies, new planets, and methods of defense against the oppressive Goa’uld. Brigadier General Jonathan “Jack” O’Neill (Richard Dean Anderson) is the commanding officer of SG-1. He’s accompanied by Dr. Daniel Jackson (Michael Shanks), the brilliant professor whose investigations originally helped uncover the existence of the stargates, and fellow teammates Samantha Carter (Amanda Tapping) and Teal’c (Christopher Judge). Together, they face numerous obstacles as they attempt to uncover the many mysteries of the universe…The Stargate SG-1 (Season 7) DVD features a number of exciting episodes including the season premiere “Fallen” in which Jonas uncovers a location for The City of the Lost. When they finally get to the planet, they find Daniel Jackson who suffers from amnesia. Meanwhile, SG-1 finds out that Anubis is triumphing with the aide of the Eye that Jack turned over to him… Other notable episodes from Season 7 include “Evolution” in which Daniel is taken hostage when he travels to South America in order to uncover an alien device, and “Heroes” in which Stargate Command is devastated when a member is killed during a Goa’uld ambush…Below is a list of episodes included on the Stargate SG-1 (Season 7) DVD:Episode 133 (Fallen) Air Date: 06-13-2003Episode 134 (Homecoming) Air Date: 06-13-2003Episode 135 (Fragile Balance) Air Date: 06-20-2003Episode 136 (Orpheus) Air Date: 06-27-2003Episode 137 (Revisions) Air Date: 07-11-2003Episode 138 (Lifeboat) Air Date: 07-18-2003Episode 139 (Enemy Mine) Air Date: 07-25-2003Episode 140 (Space Race) Air Date: 08-01-2003Episode 141 (Avenger 2.0) Air Date: 08-08-2003Episode 142 (Birth Right) Air Date: 08-15-2003Episode 143 (Evolution: Part 1) Air Date: 08-22-2003Episode 144 (Evolution: Part 2) Air Date: 01-09-2004Episode 145 (Grace) Air Date: 01-16-2004Episode 146 (Fallout) Air Date: 01-23-2004Episode 147 (Chimera) Air Date: 01-30-2004Episode 148 (Death Knell) Air Date: 02-06-2004Episode 149 (Heroes: Part 1) Air Date: 02-13-2004Episode 150 (Heroes: Part 2) Air Date: 02-20-2004Episode 151 (Resurrection) Air Date: 02-27-2004Episode 152 (Inauguration) Air Date: 03-05-2004Episode 153 (Lost City: Part 1) Air Date: 03-12-2004Episode 154 (Lost City: Part 2) Air Date: 03-19-2004