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Take an interstellar trip when MGM Home Entertainment brings even more thrill-seeking escapades to life with the Stargate SG-1 Season Six DVD Gift Set, available on March 2nd. Priced at retail for $69.95, the five-disc DVD set features 22 episodes from the long-standing, hugely successful sci-fi television series. This comprehensive set also presents a unique look into each episode with director series featurettes as well as exclusive audio commentaries from directors, cast and crew, including Michael Shanks, Amanda Tapping, Christopher Judge, and Don S. Davis

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Featuring Richard Dean Anderson as Colonel Jack O’Neill – the 1999 Saturn Award Winner for Best Actor in a TV Sci-Fi series – and an out-of-this-world cast, Stargate SG-1 documents the amazing adventures of a futuristic team of explorers as they journey to other planets instantaneously through the ancient yet advanced Stargate. Throughout their voyage the SG-1 team of soldier-explorers form strong ties with allies, forge diplomatic relations with other nations and establish inter-planetary trade while enhancing their knowledge and understanding of the universe.

The winner of several outstanding awards including six Leo Awards, two Cable Aces, two Saturn Awards and several Emmy® nominations, Stargate SG-1 is the only television show in production to receive the United States Air Force Seal of Approval.

Stargate SG-1 Season Six DVD Gift Set includes the following episodes and special features:

Volume One

Episode 1: “Redemption: Part 1”

SG-1 faces two potential disasters light years apart as an energy build-up in the Stargate threatens to destroy Earth, and Teal’c returns home to find his wife dead, his son estranged and his planet under attack!

Episode 2: “Redemption: Part 2”

As Teal’c and his son battle to save Earth, O’Neill pilots the X-3, a newly designed interstellar spacecraft that will carry the Stargate far away from Earth so it can explode harmlessly in deep space. But how will SG-1 operate without the Stargate?

Episode 3: “Descent”

SG-1 investigates an abandoned Goa’uld ship orbiting Earth. While trying to salvage the ship, saboteurs attack and the vessel plummets to Earth, deep into the ocean, with O’Neill and his crew trapped inside…and time running out!

Episode 4: “Frozen”

A frozen female alien that might predate human evolution by 50 million years is discovered in Antarctica. She might, in fact, be part of the race that invented the Stargate. After SG-1 manages to thaw her back to life, they discover she may be the source of a deadly virus.

Special features: Cast, crew, and directors’ commentaries for each episode and three director series featurettes on “Redemption,” “Descent,” and “Frozen.”

Volume Two

Episode 5: “Nightwalkers”

When a scientist working on stem cell research disappears, Carter, Teal’c and Quinn investigate and discover that the scientist’s town is infested with Goa’uld who can only control the townspeople by night. Will Carter, Teal’c and Quinn be taken over next?

Episode 6: “Abyss”

A Goa’uld lord holds O’Neill captive and tortures him for information about the Tok’ra.

As O’Neill suffers, Daniel Jackson appears and offers support. Meanwhile, SG-1 races to rescue O’Neill before it’s too late.

Episode 7: “Shadow Play”

Quinn is conflicted when an old professor (Dean Stockwell) from his home planet asks SG-1 to help stage a coup against the Kelownan government in order to stop a civil war. Should SG-1 allow the planet to destroy itself…or are they placing themselves in needless danger?

Episode 8: “The Other Guys”

Two bumbling scientists working on an off-world research project witness SG-1 captured in a Goa'uld raid and, defying orders, attempt to rescue them. Little do they know that SG-1 staged the capture in order to infiltrate the Goa'uld and make contact with a Tok’ra informant.

Special features: Cast, crew, and directors’ commentaries for each episode and four director series featurettes on “Nightwalkers,” “Abyss,” “Shadow Play,” and “The Other Guys.”

Volume Three

Episode 9: “Allegiance”

Fleeing a Goa’uld attack, the Tok’ra must take refuge at the SGC Alpha Site occupied by rebel Jaffa. Centuries of bad blood between the two races begins to boil as an unseen assassin wreaks havoc on the camp. Can O’Neill stop the bloodshed before the assassin escapes with the Alpha Site’s coordinates?

Episode 10: “Cure”

SG-1 visits Pangar, a planet inhabited by humans who have developed a drug that makes their immune systems perfect. Unknown to SG-1 is the means by which the drug is produced, a startling discovery that may hold the key to the origins of the Tok’ra!

Episode 11: “Prometheus”

Rogue NSA officers hijack the top-secret X-303 spaceship with Carter and Jonas on board and demand that Adrian Conrad be brought to the ship. Using his Goa’uld knowledge, Conrad activates the X-303 and takes the ship light years from Earth as O’Neill and Teal’c stage a daring rescue not knowing if they will be able to return home.

Episode 12: “Unnatural Selection”

When SG-1 is marooned in deep space, Thor and the Ancients come to their rescue seeking O’Neill’s help to combat the Replicators who have overrun their home world. Convinced they will attack Earth if not stopped, O’Neill stages a daring mission to stop the Replicators once and for all.

Special features: Cast, crew, and directors’ commentaries for each episode and three director series featurettes on “Allegiance,” “Cure,” and “Prometheus.”

Volume Four

Episode 13: “Sight Unseen”

SG-1 returns from a mission with an ancient artifact that triggers the ability to see hideous yet harmless life forms in a parallel reality. As the effect spreads to civilians, O’Neill and his team must find a solution before mass hysteria breaks out.

Episode 14: “Smoke and Mirrors”

Senator Kinsey suffers an assassination attempt while campaigning for the presidency and O’Neill is caught on tape leaving the building when the shots were fired. With O’Neill behind bars, Carter, Teal’c and Jonas must prove his innocence before it’s too late.

Episode 15: “Paradise Lost”

Colonel Maybourne visits O’Neill and claims to have a key to a cache of alien technology, but demands a presidential pardon for his crimes in exchange for the knowledge. When SG-1 accompanies Maybourne to retrieve the cache, they find that his intentions may not be all they seem.

Episode 16: “Metamorphosis”

SG-1 discovers that Niirti, in an attempt to create the perfect human host, is mutating the inhabitants of an unexplored planet with a machine that rearranges their DNA. Captured in an attempt to stop her, O’Neill must find a way to escape before he and SG-1 are subjected to the same fate.

Episode 17: “Disclosure”

General Hammond and the Pentagon are forced to reveal the existence of the Stargate to stet world governments. Playing off fears that the US military has too much control, Senator Kinsey suggests that General Hammond be relieved of his command and that the civilian-run NID oversee the Stargate program.

Special features: Cast, crew, and directors’ commentaries for each episode and two director series featurettes on “Smoke and Mirrors” and “Metamorphosis.”

Volume Five

Episode 18: “Forsaken”

Exploring an off-world planet, SG-1 discovers a crashed ship and three human survivors who claim to be under constant attack by hostile aliens. While Carter helps repair the ship’s computer, she learns that the survivors are hiding a secret...and things may not be all they seem.

Episode 19: “The Changeling”

Teal’c mysteriously begins to lose his grip on reality and is haunted by visions of an alternate existence where he is a normal human being. As his paranoia deepens, Teal’c must rely on the help and comfort of his old friend Daniel Jackson to determine where his dreams end…and his reality begins.

Episode 20: “Memento”

SG-1 accompanies the X-53 on its maiden voyage into deep space. When the ship suddenly drops out of hyperspace, SG-1 is stranded with no means of getting back to Earth. Their only option lies in exploring a nearby planet where a Stargate is thought to be located. But O’Neill must first convince its inhabitants that they come in peace – a debate that could mean the end of SG-1.

Episode 21: “Prophecy”

On a routine mission, SG-1 encounters a civilization desperate to be freed from the clutches of a Goa’uld. While on the planet, Jonas falls ill and is suspended from active duty. His mysterious illness is diagnosed as a brain tumor but gives him the unbelievable ability to glimpse the future...a future where O’Neill and SG-1 are walking into a trap!

Episode #22: “Full Circle”

Daniel Jackson appears to O’Neill and alerts him that Anubis has located the Eye of Ra, a fabled object of power hidden somewhere on Abydos. With Daniel’s help, O’Neill and SG-1 find the Eye first. But, determined to have it, Anubis threatens to destroy the entire planet unless Daniel and SG-1 hand it over.

Special features: Cast, crew, and directors’ commentaries for each episode and a director series featurette on “Full Circle.”

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Brian B.