Stargate SG-1 : season 4 review


22 50 minute episodes

SF elements

hostile alien contact; FTL travel


The SG-1 team continue to visit the planet of the week, but the series is managing to keep up the high level of continuity of past seasons, using things that occurred in previous episodes -- and as there are more and more past episodes, things can get quite complex. I also like the way reference are made to events that happened "between" episodes, leading to an even greater sense of history. Also, there are refreshing flashes of extreme competence from the military -- when Hammond quarantines the base after an invasion of a kind of virus, for example. So, still worth watching.

Rating: 3

[ unmissable | great stuff | worth watching | mind candy | waste of time | unfinishable ]

reviewed 16 February 2002