The Stargate SG-1 Season Seven DVD Gift Set features all 22 episodes on five discs. Each of the five discs explodes with extra features, including audio commentaries for each episode by the directors, cast and crew, special "SG-1 Director Series" featurettes, "SG-1 Beyond the Gates" featurettes spotlighting cast members, photo galleries and a Stargate SG-1 Fan Club spot.
Fans can catch all 154 episodes of "Sci-Fi's biggest hit" (TV Guide) and experience the interstellar trip from the beginning with all seven seasons now available on DVD. As the only television show in production that has received the United States Air Force Seal of Approval, Stargate SG-1 is the second longest-running science fiction drama in television history. The series stars an outstanding cast, featuring Richard Dean Anderson, the 1999 Saturn Award winner for Best Actor in a TV Sci-Fi series, along with Amanda Tapping,
Christopher Judge, Don S. Davis and Michael Shanks. With a weekly viewership of over six million, the series has won several awards, including six Leo awards, two Saturn Awards, two Cable Aces and several Emmy nominations.
While searching for the Lost City of the Ancients on a distant planet, SG-1 are stunned to find Daniel Jackson alive and in human form but stripped of his memory. O'Neill convinces Daniel to return with them to the SGC, where he is reinstated for a daring mission to destroy Anubis' powerful new super-weapon!
Anubis attacks Jonas' home planet, Kelowna, when he learns it has mines of Naquadria, a powerful energy source he can use for his super-weapon. The Kelownans seek help from SG-1, specifically Jonas, who may be the only one who can save his homeland and ensure its peaceful future.
7:03: "Fragile Balance"
A 15-year-old infiltrates the SGC with the startling news that he is Col. Jack O'Neill, having mysteriously "reverse aged" 30 years overnight. Possessing O'Neill's knowledge, exact DNA and, above all, his attitude, can he really be O'Neill? And if not, where is the real O'Neill? A question the Asgaard may hold the key to…
No longer the invincible warrior he once was, Teal'c must adjust to his new limitations when he's wounded in battle. Through the help of Daniel, Teal'c visualizes that Ry'ac and Bra'tac are being held prisoner in a Goa'uld death camp. With SG-1's help, Teal'c sets out to rescue his son and his mentor, but can he overcome his fears in time?
Six thousand light-years away, O'Neill and his crew discover a devastated universe where the inhabitants must live in a protective dome. They survive through an
all-controlling computer system called the "Link." But is it truly their savior… or their curse?
Answering a distress beacon on an uninhabited planet, SG-1 finds a crashed spaceship containing hundreds of people in a cryogenic sleep. Stunned by an unseen weapon, the team is struck unconscious and, upon awakening, discovers that several of the frozen personalities now inhabit Daniel's body!
7:07: "Enemy Mine"
An SGC Naquadah mining operation on a distant planet is attacked by a native tribe of Unas. SG-1 is sent to protect the miners and discovers that the Unas are guarding land they believe is sacred. Instead of eradicating the Unas as ordered, Daniel races to negotiate with them before the Pentagon demands their complete destruction.
7:08: "Space Race"
The Serakkin Warrick, whom SG-1 rescued on a previous mission, proposes to share his planet's technology with Earth in exchange for Carter helping him win a space race. Carter eagerly agrees and copilots the craft through a perilous obstacle course… only to discover that the race isn't without risks and could be more than she bargained for!
7:09: "Avenger 2.0"
Dr. Felger creates a computer virus meant to disable Goa'uld-controlled worlds. When the program malfunctions and spreads throughout the Stargate network, O'Neill, Teal'c and Daniel are trapped off-world, with danger looming around the corner. It's up to Carter and the bumbling Dr. Felger to incapacitate the virus before the rest of SG-1 meet their doom!
SG-1 encounters a race of women warriors whose survival depends on symbiotes harvested from Jaffa. Convinced that tretonin is a safer alternative, Teal'c and SG-1 must convince the warriors' high priestess to put aside her fear of reliance on the drug before the Goa'uld track down the warriors and destroy them.
7:11: "Evolution: Part 1"
SG-1 encounters a very advanced bio-engineered warrior endowed with super-strength, created by Anubis. While O'Neill, Carter and Teal'c set out to locate the origin of this new foe, Daniel travels to South America in search of a device left on Earth by the Ancients that may be a key to defeating the warrior.
7:12: "Evolution: Part 2"
Having found the location of the secret super-warrior base, Carter is assigned a recon mission to determine Anubis' plans for his new soldier. Meanwhile, O'Neill mounts a mission to South America to rescue Daniel who, upon finding a mysterious artifact, has been kidnapped by Honduran rebels demanding a ransom for his life!
Having sustained an injury during an alien attack, Carter awakens to find herself abandoned on the Prometheus and trapped in an unexplored nebula. With only her subconscious as a guide, Carter must find a way out of the nebula before it destroys the ship and her only way home.
7:14: "Heroes : Part 1"
When the Air Force sends a documentary crew to capture the historical importance of the Stargate program, the members of the Stargate Command greet them with resistance. Tensions rise when an off-world emergency forces General Hammond to restrict the access they're given to the SGC.
7:15: "Heroes : Part 2"
Assigned the task of capturing the importance of the Stargate program, a documentary crew is given a true look at the heroic nature and family-like bond of the soldiers of Stargate Command, when a key member of the SGC is killed in action.
Jonas Quinn returns to the SGC with news that the naquadria mines of Kelowna are not native to his world and are threatening to cause an explosion in the planet's core that will leave his home world uninhabitable. Can SG-1 find a solution before a catastrophe wipes out millions?
7:17: "Death Knell"
After the Alpha site is compromised, Carter flees from a super-warrior with a piece of technology that may be the key to defeating Anubis' new army. Injured and unarmed, with an invincible enemy on her trail, Carter must use all her training to stay alive while O'Neill and Teal'c race to find her before it's too late!
SG-1 is sent to investigate the murder of a group of rogue NID scientists. While piecing together the events of the crime, they discover that the results of the scientists' experiments may have combined DNA to create the ultimate evil: a human being that possesses the conscience of a Goa'uld.
Daniel experiences strange dreams centered around his possible knowledge of the Lost City of the Ancients. Suspicious that Daniel's mind is being manipulated against his will, O'Neill, Carter and Teal'c must find a way to help him while keeping the secret from possibly falling into the hands of the Goa'uld.
On his first day in office, the newly elected president of the United States is told about the Stargate program and must be brought up to speed on the past seven years of its existence.
7:21: "Lost City: Part 1"
Convinced it's their last hope for finding the Lost City, O'Neill allows the knowledge of the Ancients to be downloaded into his conscious once again, even though the first time almost killed him. While his mind slowly deteriorates, he and SG-1 must race against time to uncover the secret of the Lost City of the Ancients.
7:22: "Lost City: Part 2"
Anubis and his super-drone army begin a systematic attack on Earth, and the planet's only hope of salvation depends on whether SG-1 can find the Ancients' mythical Lost City. But in order to do that, they may have to say goodbye to O'Neill.
Audio commentaries for each episode, an "SG-1 Director's Series: Fragile Balance" featurette, an "SG-1 Beyond the Gate: Michael Shanks" featurette and a Fan Club spot.
Audio commentaries for each episode, an "SG-1 Director's Series: Space Race" featurette, an "SG-1 Beyond the Gate: Christopher Shanks" featurette and a photo gallery
Audio commentaries for each episode, an "SG-1 Director's Series: Birthright" featurette, an "SG-1 Beyond the Gate: Richard Dean Anderson" featurette and a photo gallery.
Audio commentaries for each episode, an "SG-1 Director's Series: Death Knell" featurette, and a photo gallery.
Audio commentaries for each episode, an "SG-1 Director's Series: The Lost City" featurette, an "SG-1 Beyond the Gate: Amanda Tapping" featurette and a photo gallery.
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