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Date: 2016-05-11 00:58 (UTC)
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SG-1, Any Tok’ra, Ba’al, Bra’tac, Janet Frasier, AU of the aborted timeline from “2010”. The SGC figures out the reality of the Aschen before Earth is lost but they’ve already let the genie out of the bottle by telling the Aschen about the rest of the galaxy. To fight one of the plagues the Aschen have inflicted on the jaffa, goa’uld and Tok’ra alike, Ba’al and the Tok’ra have teamed up (reluctantly) and they’re seeking help from the Tau’ri and Bra’tac.

SG-1, Samantha Carter|Jolinar, Sam and Jolinar have come to a degree of truce during In The Line Of Duty, and Sam has reluctantly agreed to help Jolinar get away and go home. Knowing she might not get back home for a while (or ever if things go badly), before they visit the hospital, Sam stops for a decadent treat (something like a fancy chocolate sundae with an unusual topping, etc.). It turns out that something in it acts like a sedative on a symbiote and Sam has to decide what to do now that Jolinar is asleep. Does she keep quiet and follow Jolinar’s plan? Or does she turn herself in along with a sample of what she just ate and trust in the SGC to do the right thing?

SG-1, Quinta|Jolinar, SG-1 team, Quinta’s injuries during the attack on Nasya are much less serious and Jolinar does not try to jump hosts. However, medical checks at the SGC reveal her presence. As Quinta is not from earth, they argue that the SGC has no right to detain them when they have committed no crime against the Tau’ri. During the discussions, the ashrak attacks and Quinta|Jolinar takes a near-fatal injury to protect Daniel. Can Hammond repay that by continuing to detain them or does the SGC help Jolinar go home?

SG-1, Any Tok’ra, Tok’ra versus Goa’uld. Same species, divided by in philosophy. A Tok’ra is faced with a situation that challenges their beliefs about how black-and-white the division is and how secure – or fragile – the line between them.

SG-1, Jolinar, Bra’tac, When Bra’tac is a young jaffa, he is in the wrong place, wrong time when Jolinar is sabotaging one of Apophis’s ships. She has a choice of leaving him to die or saving him and chooses the latter. How much does she reveal to him about the Tok’ra? Does it change what he eventually tells his protégé, Teal’c, about the Tok’ra and Jolinar in particular? Does it change the canon events of In The Line of Duty? If it doesn’t change things, how does Bra’tac feel when he learns of Jolinar’s death?
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