10.01 "Flesh And Blood Part 3" Episode Guide

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Précis

Vala gives birth to her child while the allied fleet regroups after losing the battle with the Ori warships. The fate of each SG-1 member is revealed in the clean-up effort.

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SciFi.com Official Summary

Adrift in a space suit, her oxygen running low, Carter watches the Ori warships rip the Milky Way's fleet to shreds. Both the Odyssey and the Lucian Alliance mothership are nearly destroyed, and the Korolev — carrying Mitchell and Daniel — explodes. Then the invaders head deeper into the galaxy, heedless of the carnage they've left behind.

Carter radios Mitchell, who has escaped the Korolev in an F-302. From the Odyssey, Col. Emerson responds as well. But Daniel is missing, and Teal'c makes only brief contact from the Lucian Alliance ship before he's attacked and imprisoned by Netan, the leader of the Alliance, who demands revenge for the beating his people have just endured.

The Odyssey's beaming technology is damaged, so they can't rescue Teal'c, but Mitchell pilots the huge ship in a risky maneuver to pick up Carter. Next, Teal'c's mentor, Bra'tac, arrives with three Jaffa motherships. Now outnumbered, Netan gives up his pointless quest for revenge and prepares to flee. With Carter's help, the Asgard Kvasir repairs the Odyssey's beaming technology just in time to rescue Teal'c before the Alliance ships zoom away. But this triumph is forgotten when word comes that the Ori fleet is attacking the planet Chulak. Accompanied by Carter and Mitchell, Teal'c and Bra'tac depart immediately to join the defense of their homeworld.

Meanwhile, Daniel hides in the enemy's stronghold, having used the Korolev's rings to escape its explosion — by transporting himself to the Ori flagship. There, he dodges legions of enemy soldiers and seeks out Vala, who has just given birth to her daughter, Adria. To Daniel and Vala's horror, however, Adria is not a normal baby. For one thing, she is growing unnaturally fast — she's nearly a young woman. For another, the Ori have given her their supernatural power and knowledge. She is, essentially, an Ori in human form, dedicated to conquering all unbelievers. Adria's followers — including Vala's husband, Tomin — already worship her.

As the Ori flagship lands on Chulak, Vala and Daniel decide they must subdue and abduct Adria. Then Daniel hears a radio message from Carter, who has arrived in orbit with Mitchell, Teal'c, Bra'tac and the three Jaffa ships. SG-1's relief at being reunited is sincere but brief. All too soon, the Ori ships unleash their tremendous arsenal upon the new arrivals, while on the planet's surface, Daniel and Vala discover that Adria and Tomin have the advantage and are bent on capturing them.

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Production Notes

  • We finally got around to spinning/breaking SG-1 last week only after the final deal had been closed (so that we knew exactly who we would be writing for, which always makes things infinitely easier). Rob has staked out the big season premiere." — Joseph Mallozzi in his GateWorld Blog, November 21, 2005.
  • "Rob is writing the big season premiere that will pick up where Camelot left off, and kick off a major story arc." — Joseph Mallozzi, November 28, 2005 Blog.
  • "Mitchell will have his hands full in the season premiere and throughout season 10, believe me." — Joseph Mallozzi, SG1Solutions, December 22, 2005.
  • "Flesh and Blood, written by Rob, answers the burning question posed by the season 9 finale: "What the hell is going to happen next?!!!" There's a lot going on in this episode and the unfolding action keeps every member of the team busy." — Joseph Mallozzi, January 14, 2006 Blog.
  • Jodelle Ferland and Brenna O'Brien cast as Adria. — Solutions Spoiler Blog: Casting a Villain, April 8, 2006.
  • "Here’s a little known fact about this show: the youngest of the children who plays Adria (the Orici) is none other than Robert C. Cooper’s daughter, Emma. She replaced a young actress who gave a great audition but froze on the day of the shooting." — Alex Levine, Script Coordinator, in his blog at scifi.com, July 14, 2006.

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--DeeKayP 19:39, 11 January 2006 (PST)