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As posted on the samandjack list...


I thought "Enemy Mine" was absolute dullsville. I wouldn't go *quite* so far as to say that the best part
was when it said "Executive Producer: Robert C. Cooper", but it came close ;)

To be fair, the Unas storyline has always bored me and an hour of Daniel teaching the lesser, military men the Right Way of Doing Things is not my idea of a good time.

I can't wait to hear the self-proclaimed fans of the 'team' talking about what a horrible episode this was because Sam, Jack and Teal'c all had minimal parts... and if you believe that, I have a seaport in Colorado Springs to sell you.

*coughs up an Unas-flavored hairball*

Edit:

Oh God. I just made a comparison between Daniel and Pocahontas, and now I have this horrifying mental image of him singing "Colors of the Wind" to Jack's John Smith.

*screams*


* from the song Enemy Mine.
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I'd say it was pretty dull. The basic storyline felt like a rehash of half a dozen other episodes, and the pacing sucked. Everything of importance was packed into the second half, rather than being evenly spread through the episode. Bleh.
Oh, I don't know. There was one important scene in the first part - the one where Sam visits Jack in the informary, and then stays for a private conversation after Daniel leaves. Heh! ;)
Hah! Okay, maybe so... Hey! What that episode needed was a subplot about what Sam and Jack were doing back on Earth while Daniel was making nice with the Unas... ;)
Exactly right! It needed to be broken up more, so we didn't have scene after scene of Daniel and Chaka grunting at each other. Now Sam and Jack, grunting at each other...
It needed to be broken up more, so we didn't have scene after scene of Daniel and Chaka grunting at each other.

Yep. Pacing, people, it's all about the pacing. Some dramatic tension might've been nice, too, come to think of it.

Now Sam and Jack, grunting at each other...

*coughBrocaDividecough* Hee. That would've been nice... *grin*
I don't think it needed a sub-plot. It was just left for the fanfic writers!! ;)