When Tlak'kahn warriors invade Stargate Command to seize what may be a
long-dormant Ancient, teen-age Stargate trainees Stacey, Ec'co, Harrison,
and Seattle have moments to make a decision that will change the rest
of their lives.
Duty" (Airdate: 09-21-02)
Gus has to choose between his duty to Stargate Command and his feelings
of personal responsibility when he suspects that he has inadvertently
infected an alien village with a deadly microbe.
Best World" (Airdate: 09-28-02)
The team finds a "signpost" that could guide them to the home
planet of the Ancients, and Harrison finds himself "owned" by
a disgusting female alien — but both of them may not be what they
appear to be.
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Home" (Airdate: 10-05-02)
Gus and Ec'co go to the home planet of Ec’co’s mother to learn more about
the Tlak’kahn, who have been attempting to subdue it for 20 years. Ec’co
is surprised during his “homecoming,” to the planet that his mother spoke
of with such love, to discover that though he looks like the native people
they are prejudiced against him as a “half-breed alien,” much as the Earth
families were when he was growing up. While Ec’co proves himself to his
mother’s countrymen, and he and Gus get crucial information about the
Tlak’kahn enemy, Ec’co’s real discovery is a new definition for the word
Gus and the trainees encounter a former SG team leader whose free-wheeling
style inspired Gus as a young officer. But Gus is in for a shock when
his friend betrays Gus and the trainees to Da'kyll.
While exploring a new world, Stacey mistakenly injures a friendly spider-like
alien, making a bad decision based on her fear of spiders. She must overcome
her prejudice and fear to undo the harm she has done and save the SG team
and the alien spiders' village from the Tlak'kahn.
Water" (Airdate: 10-19-02)
When Gus and the trainees jump through to a planet almost completely covered
with water, Harrison can't resist bragging about his swimming ability.
The boasting backfires when one of the local amphibious aliens hears about
it and forces Harrison into a dangerous underwater race.
Are You?" (Airdate: 11-09-02)
When the SG team visits a planet inhabited by alien shape-shifters, only
their knowledge of each other's character allows them to distinguish the
real team members from the shape-shifters impersonating them.
I Keep It?" (Airdate: 11-02-02)
Trouble comes when Seattle adopts a cuddly alien creature as a pet, only
to have it grow overnight into a 200-pound rambunctious, noisy, annoying
The Stargate team meets aliens who use meditation, exercise, and native
stones to enhance their martial arts skill. When Stacey loses a match
and tries to use the Mandros stones to enhance her strength and ability,
she becomes addicted to its powerful effects on a human and endangers
herself and others.
Separated from the others on an island paradise, Harrison finds himself
in the unaccustomed role of the voice of reason as he tries to help an
alien youth resist peer pressure during a dangerous tribal initiation.
Mother of Invention" (Airdate: 12-07-02)
Ec'co learns the dangers of lying when he falls for a clever female inventor
who deceives him with lies in order to obtain their advanced technology.
Because the Trainees are off searching for diamonds, Gus and Draga are
captured by alien bounty hunters. When the bounty hunters begin fighting
over the reward, Draga learns the power of greed, and the Trainees learn
that some things are worth more than money.