Stargate SG-1
Stargate SG-1 is a science fiction television series based on the movie Stargate. The TV series is in its eighth with a ninth season to begin airing in the United States this summer.

The Stargate is a piece of alien technology discovered in Egypt. It has the ability to transport people across galaxies to other planets. Stargate Command, a classified section of the United States Air Force, is in charge of sending teams through the Stargate to discover alien technology that can help Earth defend itself against enemies (primarily the Goa'uld) and to learn more about alien cultures.

Original Air Date: January 12, 2001
Written by: Brad Wright
Directed by: Andy Mikita

Colonel Jack O'Neill: Richard Dean Anderson
Dr. Daniel Jackson: Michael Shanks
Major Samantha Carter: Amanda Tapping
Teal'c: Christopher Judge
General George Hammond: Don S. Davis
Dr. Janet Frasier: Teryl Rothery

Guest Cast
Joe: Christopher Cousins
Mollem: Dion Luther
Walter Davis: Gary Jones
President Kinsey: Ronny Cox
Dialer: David Neale
Guide: Linnea Johnson
Kid: Bryce Hodgson
Waitress: Liza Huget

"2010" is the 16th episode of the fourth season. 10 years have passed since SG-1 met the alien race known as the Aschen. The Aschen allied with Earth and helped defeat the Goa'uld. Since then, Earth has hailed the Aschen as their friends and has eagerly accepted their technology, including innovations such as teleportation devices and an anti-aging vaccine. The SGC has long since dissolved, and not only does the entire world know of the Stargate, but people regularly use it to travel between worlds.

Samantha Carter is married to Ambassador Joe Faxton, who was key in forming the alliance between Earth and the Aschen. Everyone is happy- everyone, that is, except for Jack O'Neill, who was the only one who opposed the alliance. However, no one listened to his warnings, and he broke off all ties with his former teammates six years ago.

But despite her apparently perfect life, Sam has failed to conceive a child after three years of trying. Although she has been repeatedly reassured by the Aschen doctors that she is fine, Sam reluctantly agrees to let Dr. Janet Fraiser check her out. Janet makes a startling discovery- Sam can never have children, and the Aschen have been lying to her. When Sam decides to find out what has been going on, she uncovers a secret, sinister plot by the Aschen- the so-called saviors are out to slowly and systematically destroy the entire human race.

Sam and SG-1 decide that the only way to prevent their doom is by sending a message to their past selves, thus changing history. However, it is easier said than done, and not only do they need the help of both Jack and Joe to carry out their plan, but the four members of SG-1 must ultimately sacrifice their own lives to once again save the world.

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