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== Production ==
== Production ==
* Written by [[Alan McCullough]]
* Story by [[Alex Levine]] and [[Alan McCullough]]
* Teleplay by [[Alan McCullough]]
* Directed by [[William Waring]]
* Directed by [[William Waring]]

Revision as of 04:59, 22 January 2007



The SG-1 team hatches an elaborate plot to capture Adria by using Vala as bait, but Ba'al has a sinister plan of his own which could prove deadly for all involved. Drastic steps need to be taken to stop him, but will Vala be able to do the unthinkable?

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SciFi.com Official Summary

The official summary is not yet available as this episode has yet to air in the United States.

Episode Spoilers

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Details are sketchy as most of the information has come from Cliff Simon as reported by fans who've seen him at conventions. There seems to be a theme running, though, that Ba'al and Adria fight each other for dominance, he captures her, that SG-1 gets involved, and that one of the SG-1 members seemingly kills Ba'al. There is apparently at least one clone still out there, though.

Production Notes

  • Gateworld reports that the final two episodes of Season Ten are "Dominion" and "Unending". — Gateworld, September 29, 2006.
  • "My character [Adria] is really trying her hardest to convert the entire galaxy to her religion, sort of like a Nazi. But, she's got a fight ahead of her. It's interesting, the turn it takes at the very end is not what I expected when I was reading it, and I had to ask them 'what does this mean?' It'll be interesting." — Morena Baccarin, Underground Online (UGO) Interview, October 2006.
  • Adria and Ba'al don't "get a room" together, but there is talk of a cage. — Solutions Features: Burbank Con Report by Michelle, November 2006.
  • "The germ of Dominion came from our script co-ordinator, Alex Levine. He pitched an idea where Vala manages to lure Adria to a set location and we capture her. Unfortunately, she's taken away from us by someone who audiences are very familiar with. [...] The rest of the episode brings some closure to Vala's relationship with Adria and that storyline. There are some great twists that you don't see coming, some that Alex pitched, some of which came from me, and others I got from the rest of the writing staff. Will Waring directed this episode and did a fantastic job." — Alan McCullough, TV Zone Special #74, January 2007.
  • This episode was written after the cancellation of the show was announced, so Robert C. Cooper wanted to tie up a few loose ends. — TV Zone Special #74, January 2007.

Note that all spoilers are subject to change before the finished episode is produced.


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--DeeKayP 15:19, 29 September 2006 (PDT)