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Episode 5 : Learning Curve

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Episode 5 : Learning Curve

Posted by Amber Lee

Rating  :  

8.5

Season 3

Duration  :  

42m

SG-1 discovers a planet where children are used to acquire knowledge for the entire population, then discarded.


Episodes
Episode 1 : Into the Fire (2)
8.5
Episode 2 : Seth
7.0
Episode 3 : Fair Game
8.5
Episode 4 : Legacy
7.7
Episode 6 : Point of View
8.3
Episode 7 : Deadman Switch
8.0
Episode 8 : Demons
7.0
Episode 9 : Rules of Engagement
7.0
Episode 10 : Forever in a Day
6.7
Episode 11 : Past and Present
7.5
Episode 12 : Jolinar's Memories (1)
9.0
Episode 13 : The Devil You Know (2)
8.7
Episode 14 : Foothold
8.7
Episode 15 : Pretense
8.0
Episode 16 : Urgo
8.0
Episode 17 : A Hundred Days
8.5
Episode 18 : Shades of Grey
9.0
Episode 19 : New Ground
8.0
Episode 20 : Maternal Instinct
8.5
Episode 21 : Crystal Skull
8.7
Episode 22 : Nemesis (1)
9.3

Tags: Stargate SG-1: Season Season 3 Episode Learning Curve


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