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  • Stargate SG-1 - Complete Season 1-10 plus The Ark of Truth/ Continuum (New packaging) [DVD] Stargate SG-1 - Complete Season 1-10 plus The Ark of Truth/ Continuum (New packaging) | DVD | (08/10/2012) from £74.97  |  Saving you £125.02 (62.50%)  |  RRP £199.99

    This <i>Stargate SG.1</i> boxset is a complete collection of the science-fiction based television show - featuring all episodes from series 1 through to series 10! The <i>Stargate</i> is an intergalactic gateway, developed by an ancient civilization, that links other planets from other solar systems to ours. The U.S. Air Force assembles a Stargate team headed by Colonel Jack O'Neill (Richard Dean Anderson of 'MacGyver') for interstellar peace-keeping missions. Boasting incredible special e...

  • Stargate S.G. 1 - Series 10 - Complete Stargate S.G. 1 - Series 10 - Complete | DVD | (03/12/2007) from £10.98  |  Saving you £49.01 (81.70%)  |  RRP £59.99

    Stargate SG-1 Season 10 is the final adventure for the team and the last instalment in the SG1 collection. It sees the SG-1 military squad undertaking missions across the universe through the Stargates encountering various alien creatures and cultures on their journeys as they set out on another mission to defend the earth from the unknown. Episodes Comprise: 1. Flesh And Blood 2. Morpheus 3. The Pegasus Project 4. Insiders 5. Uninvited 6. 200 7. Counterstrike 8. Memento Mori 9. Company of Thieves 10. The Quest - Part 1 11. The Quest - Part 2 12. Line in the Sand 13. The Road Not Taken 14. The Shroud 15. Bounty 16. Bad Guys 17. Talion 18. Family Ties 19. Dominion 20. Unending

  • Stargate SG-1: Season 3 Stargate SG-1: Season 3 | DVD | (24/02/2003) from £10.79  |  Saving you £49.20 (82.00%)  |  RRP £59.99

    With a well-established framework of back-story and an increasing list of adversaries, the third series of Stargate SG-1 was the place where casual viewers began to fall away. Unless you were taking notes it was becoming ever harder to stay on top of the Goa'uld history and their constant scheming. Fortunately by now a solid fanbase had appeared worldwide--with clubs, conventions and Web sites galore--so the ratings didn't slip even while ancient gods kept appearing and reappearing. Daniel Jackson could always be trusted to illuminate any relevant myth or legend (or find them in five minutes on the internet), while Carter's memory download from last year supplied the necessary ties with the rebellious Tok'ra. Away from the story arc the show's all-important stand-alone tales gave some thorny old subjects a new SF spin, including organised religion, the use of children in the passing on of knowledge, and leading an alternative life. O'Neill's sarcastic wit went into overdrive this year and Teal'c could be relied upon for a sneer or fish-out-of-water joke. Further comic relief came from Sam "Flash Gordon" Jones and Dom DeLuise, but perhaps the funniest thing of all was the wig Carter would apparently be wearing in an alternate universe. --Paul Tonks

  • MacGyver The Complete Series [DVD] [1985] MacGyver The Complete Series | DVD | (30/08/2010) from £32.59  |  Saving you £2.41 (6.90%)  |  RRP £35

    Season 1: He's everyone's favorite action hero... but he's a hero with a difference. Angus MacGyver (Richard Dean Anderson) is a secret agent whose wits are his deadliest weapon. Armed with only a knapsack filled with everyday items he picks up along the way he improvises his way out of every peril the bad guys throw at him. Making a bomb out of chewing gum? Fixing a speeding car's brakes... while he's riding in it? Using soda pop to cook tear gas? That's all in a day's adventures for MacGyver. He's part Boy Scout part genius. And all hero. Season 2: MacGyver is no ordinary secret agent. He never carries a gun. His drinks aren't shaken or stirred. And he fights for justice using the most dangerous weapon of all: his intelligence. Richard Dean Anderson stars as television's favorite boy scout-turned-action-hero: Angus MacGyver. When an American pilot is shot down over Central America or a top-secret missile is stolen the authorities call on MacGyver a former Special Forces agent to save the day. When all other means of solving problems are exhausted a call goes out for MacGyver! Season 3: Get ready for good old-fashioned adventure. Richard Dean Anderson stars as Angus MacGyver - the legendary secret agent whose wits are his most trustworthy weapon. MacGyver is a one-manned unarmed force who can find his way out of any danger using everyday items he's picked up along the way. The third season of MacGyver finds him doing what he does best - confronting dangerous foes overcoming unbelievable odds and rescuing innocent victims. It's all in a day's adventure for MacGyver. Season 4: There's never been another hero like MacGyver. Brilliantly brought to life by Richard Dean Anderson MacGyver is the ultimate all-American good guy. In the action-packed fourth season old friends and old enemies return to complicate MacGyver's life including strong-willed Penny (Teri Hatcher) an murderous Murdoc (Michael Des Barres). Not to mention the usual drug smugglers terrorists rebels and killers Mac must bring to justice. It's more edge-of-the-seat adventure from one of the most exciting television series of all time. Season 5: This season offers up some unexpected surprises for MacGyver and his fans: a mysterious trip back in time an unexpected partnership with his nemesis (Michael De Barres) and much more. Once again every entertaining episode of MacGyver is always worth watching again and again. Season 6: When all else fails...call in MacGyver to save the day. And in the sixth season he faces his toughest obstacles. How will MacGyver outwit a serial killer an unstoppable assassin and an enemy agent who endangers a friend's life? In every exciting episode the problems are deadly...but the solutions are pure adventure. Season 7: With his inventive mind and nice-guy approach it's no mystery that MacGyver (Richard Dean Anderson) always pulls off the assignment he's given. But TV's favorite action hero isn't quite done... In the seventh and final season of MacGyver our hero faces off against criminals with the most outrageous schemes - nuclear terrorists...a mad arsonist...even a voodoo priest! Plus a time-travel adventure and an emotional series finale with the biggest surprise yet!

  • Stargate S.G. 1 - Series 9 - Complete Stargate S.G. 1 - Series 9 - Complete | DVD | (05/02/2007) from £10.61  |  Saving you £49.38 (82.30%)  |  RRP £59.99

    The Stargate is an intergalactic gateway developed by an ancient civilization that links other planets from other solar systems to ours. Boasting incredible special effects sequences rapid-fire pacing and awesome scenes of alien warfare Stargate SG-1 is your gateway to pulse-pounding sci-fi action! All the exciting adventures from the ninth season of the sci-fi series with a plethora of extra features. Episode Comprise: 1. Avalon: Part 1 2. Avalon: Part 2 3. Origin 4. The Ties That Bind 5. The Powers That Be 6. Beach Head 7. Ex Deus Machina 8. Babylon 9. Protoype 10. The Fourth Horseman: Part 1 11. The Fourth Horseman: Part 2 12. Collateral Damage 13. Ripple Effect 14. Stronghold 15. Ethon 16. Off The Grid 17. The Scourge 18. Arthur's Mantle 19. Crusade 20. Camelot

  • Stargate SG-1: Season 1 [1997] Stargate SG-1: Season 1 | DVD | (21/10/2002) from £10.99  |  Saving you £39.00 (78.00%)  |  RRP £49.99

    Like the very best of SF TV, Stargate SG-1 began very simply. Of course it had the benefit of a movie preceding it--in which the alternate universe, its rules and its characters were largely established--so this premiere season was therefore able to concentrate on good storytelling. In 1997 not every new show was obsessed with securing a syndication-guaranteed franchise (same goes for Buffy debuting the same year), instead one-off episodes were the way of things, exploring interesting scenarios and conundrums. Naturally there were allusions to the feature film, but most were subtle and inspired. For example, a trip to retrieve the trapped professor who'd worked on the Gate decades ago was an unusual way of tying up loose ends. Some groundwork was laid for continuation should the show be renewed into an ongoing series. Knowing that these elements were pure wishful thinking at the time makes the tapestry of System Lords and the interlinks with our history and mythology all the more enjoyable in revisiting the show from its beginnings. With Richard Dean Anderson, leading the team in a far more charismatic and empathetic way than Kurt Russell in the movie, the series also benefited from some spot-on casting that instantly won audiences over. Special effects and use of studio sets may be less dazzling in these initial shows, but its solid grounding in old-fashioned SF won for the show a loyal audience. --Paul Tonks

  • Stargate SG-1:  Season 5 Stargate SG-1: Season 5 | DVD | (28/04/2003) from £10.79  |  Saving you £49.20 (82.00%)  |  RRP £59.99

    It now seems clear that year five of Stargate will be remembered as the one where something went awry with Daniel Jackson. Lots of behind-the-scenes rumours fuelled the idea of cast tension, but whatever the problem, his sudden departure from the show was obviously via a hastily contrived scenario. In retrospect, there must have been a problem for some while before the weird penultimate episode ("Meridian"). Michael Shanks looks frequently bored in his rare moments of individual screen time as he infiltrates a Goa'uld meeting and even when making friends with a creature everyone else wants dead. In fact, there's only one point when everyone really seems to be having fun, and that's in the spoof 100th episode "Wormhole X-treme!" Most shows go through a run-around, skin-of-their-teeth period awaiting renewal and it certainly seems to have affected storylines this year. For example, a next generation of younger SG teams is introduced. Replacements? The most unfortunate aspect of things however was that not a single episode managed to stand alone on its own merits. Every single story was dependent on a part of the greater interwoven warring species threads. Some of the one-off tales were terrific in and of themselves, but it was as if the writers fell into the trap of having to refer to as much backstory as possible, perhaps to ensure loose ends could be easily wrapped up? Ultimately none of this mattered since the show went on for quite a while. --Paul Tonks

  • Stargate SG-1 - Children Of The Gods [DVD] Stargate SG-1 - Children Of The Gods | DVD | (27/07/2009) from £4.31  |  Saving you £14.60 (73.00%)  |  RRP £19.99

    The original 2 hour feature length pilot from 1997 has now been updated! With a new score and new visual FX this is a must for all fans of the hit sci-fi series!

  • Stargate-SG 1 Season 8 [2004] Stargate-SG 1 Season 8 | DVD | (27/02/2006) from £9.50  |  Saving you £49.20 (82.00%)  |  RRP £59.99

    The Stargate is an intergalactic gateway developed by an ancient civilization that links other planets from other solar systems to ours. Boasting incredible special effects sequences rapid-fire pacing and awesome scenes of alien warfare Stargate SG-1 is your gateway to pulse-pounding sci-fi action! All the exciting adventures from the eighth season of the sci-fi series with a plethora of extra features. Episodes Comprise: 1. New Order (Part 1) 2. New Order (Par

  • Stargate SG-1: Season 6 Stargate SG-1: Season 6 | DVD | (02/02/2004) from £10.79  |  Saving you £49.20 (82.00%)  |  RRP £59.99

    The biggest change for Stargate's sixth season was its move to the Sci-Fi Channel. Financial rescue or genre haven from cancellation? Whatever the behind-the-scenes politics, the departure of Daniel Jackson (actor Michael Shanks) the previous year most certainly contributed to the need to run a tighter ship somewhere. With the addition of his replacement, Jonas Quinn, the new show dynamic (hinted at by the new title theme tune) meant far more convoluted arc-stories and less individual focus. One of very few solo spotlights came from Christopher Judge writing his own show, when "The Changeling" saw Teal'c act out a life as a fireman. One reason for being a fan favourite was its cameo from still-alive-after-all Daniel Jackson. There'd be several more through the year, culminating in a finale that tested how much attention you'd been paying to that all-important back-story. Other kooky cameos included Dean Stockwell in one of the many spotlights on the energy resource n'quadria, Ian Buchanan as one of the devilish Replicators (and hopefully the end of that plotline) and regular spots from John DeLancie, Ronny Cox and Tom McBeath as the Earth-bound series baddies. More pertinently, we also saw Byers from The X-Files (Bruce Harwood) as a scientist involved with the Antarctic Gate. Lest we forget, there are other portals on Earth. Is that an already planned spin-off on the horizon? --Paul Tonks

  • Stargate SG-1: Season 7 Stargate SG-1: Season 7 | DVD | (28/02/2005) from £10.79  |  Saving you £49.20 (82.00%)  |  RRP £59.99

    A gradual shift in overall style, character homecomings and departures, and evolving on and off-screen roles for the major players are among the attractions of the complete seventh season of Stargate SG-1. Spread out over five discs, these 21 episodes are ample indication that changes notwithstanding--and admittedly, not all of them are for the better--the series remains arguably the best-made, most compelling sci-fi program on television. Perhaps most noticeable is the reduced role of star Richard Dean Anderson, who opted to limit his number of trips to Vancouver, where Stargate SG-1 is filmed. But that's not a bad thing. The show's ability to poke fun at itself has always been a strong suit, and while Anderson still brings a welcome sense of humor to his portrayal of wiseacre and loose cannon Col. Jack O'Neill, his act is getting a little smug by now. What's more, the other principal cast members have taken up the slack, both behind and in front of the camera: Michael Shanks (Daniel Jackson, who rejoins the cast in episode 1) wrote one episode and co-wrote another; Christopher Judge (Teal'c) wrote one as well; Amanda Tapping (Lt. Col. Samatha Carter) directed episode 19, "Resurrection"; and even Corin Nemec (Jonas Quinn, who appears in just a few episodes) contributed one story. The seventh season also finds the series somewhat more earthbound than in the past; indeed, there are episodes in which the Stargate (the "wormhole" our heroes use to travel to different worlds) doesn't appear at all. On balance, the stories are more personal, and more political--especially the final two, with the newly elected U.S. President (William Devane) struggling to decide the fate of the Stargate program (and, of course, the fate of the entire known universe as well!). And then there's the ultimate villain, Anubis, who makes perennial nemeses the Goa'uld (of which Anubis is one... sort of) look tame. He's a combination of Star Wars' Darth Vader and evil Emperor, but hey, at least these guys borrow from the best. Stargate SG-1's production values remain first-rate. The bonus DVD features are also much better than they once were, with audio commentary (mainly by directors and writers) for every episode, as well as director profiles and "Beyond the Gate" featurettes focusing on individual characters. --Sam Graham

  • Stargate SG-1: Season 4 Stargate SG-1: Season 4 | DVD | (31/03/2003) from £10.79  |  Saving you £49.20 (82.00%)  |  RRP £59.99

    It wasn't until the beginning of Stargate SG-1's fourth season that fans knew to take the Replicator threat seriously. The spidery nasties had only seemed like one of many new enemies introduced in previous years. But when the one seemingly omnipotent backbone of the galaxy was asking Earth for help, clearly we were in real trouble! In fact, the team's list of enemies expanded and got far more complicated this year. Proving without a shadow of a doubt that this is science fiction, the Russians reveal they have their own Stargate program and ask the Americans for help. This twist allows for exploration of all the political machinations occurring behind the scenes of the SG-C, all of which appear to stem from the embittered Senator Kinsey (Ronny Cox). There were quite a few Earth-based stories in the year, but not all the new enemies were originally local. Willie Garson comically guest-starred as Martin, a geekily suspicious guy with too much knowledge of the Stargate. More sinister was an old flame of Daniel's turning into something far more painful than an old wound (thanks to an ancient Egyptian curse). Thankfully, the writers hadn't forgotten the importance of one-off storylines too. In "Upgrades" the team learns a lesson in abuse of power. In "The Other Side" (featuring DS9's Rene Auberjonois) they learn about blind trust. In "Scorched Earth" a dangerous claim for a planet's ownership means they learn to value Daniel's contribution to the group dynamic. If only this last lesson were learned better, season 5 might not have ended up as muddled as it did. --Paul Tonks

  • MacGyver - Series 3 - Complete MacGyver - Series 3 - Complete | DVD | (02/10/2006) from £11.19  |  Saving you £33.80 (75.10%)  |  RRP £44.99

    In "Ghost Ship," MacGyver's boss, Pete (Dana Elcar), is asked to define what makes Mac (Richard Dean Anderson) so special. He replies, "You know, I've known him for eight years now, and I've never quite been able to put my finger on it. He just always comes through, no matter what." And that he does. MacGyver's third season begins with a blast from the past when Mac runs into Lisa (Elyssa Davalos), a woman he thought he had killed (unintentionally, of course). Turns out Lisa's just fine, but she did do a little time in a Russian gulag, proceeding to marry the ex-KGB operative who set her free. The two-part season opener ("Lost Love") allows Mac to make it up to his former flame with a little help from pal Jack (Bruce "D-Day" McGill), AKA "The Great Sheldrake," whose latest career move is magician. The producers must have felt that Anderson and Davalos had chemistry as she returns a few episodes later ("Fire and Ice")--sans Russian accent--as Nikki, a different, recurring character (oddly enough, Mac fails to note the resemblance). Like Teri Hatcher's Penny, who doesn't appear in the third season, Nikki isn't a love interest, but a friend (and Phoenix Foundation colleague). While Penny will return the following year, Nikki will not. Fortunately, Michael Des Barres' maniacal Murdoc does reappear ("The Widowmaker"), but only once before Mac neatly dispatches him yet again--or does he? Other guest stars include three Kung Fu vets: The Sopranos' Joe Santos ("Back From the Dead"), Blade Runner's James Hong ("Lost Love"), and Keye "Master Po" Luke ("Murderer's Sky," the season finale). The latter two appeared in previous years, but--like Davalos--as different characters (whereas Santos's Jimmy "The Eraser" Kendall was first introduced in the second season). --Kathleen C. Fennessy

  • Stargate S.G -1: Season 4 (Vol. 14) Stargate S.G -1: Season 4 (Vol. 14) | DVD | (03/09/2001) from £5.74  |  Saving you £14.25 (71.30%)  |  RRP £19.99

    The 1994 film Stargate was originally intended as the start of a franchise, but creators Roland Emmerich and Dean Devlin were distracted celebrating their Independence Day. Episodic TV treatment was the natural next step. In the roles of Colonel Jack O'Neill and Dr. Daniel Jackson are Richard Dean Anderson and Michael Shanks. They're joined by Captain Samantha Carter (Amanda Tapping) and guilt-stricken former alien baddie Teal'c (Christopher Judge) to form the teacher's pet primary unit SG-1 With a seemingly endless network of Stargates found to exist on planets all across the known universe, their mission is to make first contact with as many friendly races as possible. Chasing their heels at almost every turn are the "overlord" Goa'uld--the ancient Egyptian gods who are none too chummy after the events of the original film. The welcome notion of a continued plot thread sees offshoots that follow the reincarnation of Daniel's wife, Sam's father literally joining a renegade faction of the Goa'uld and Jack in an unending quest to out-sarcasm everyone. There's something of The Time Tunnel to the show's premise, but amid a dearth of derivative lookalikes, Stargate has held its own with stories that put the science fiction back into TV sci-fi. On this DVD: Picking up a week after the Season Three cliff-hanger "Nemesis", the Fourth Season finds the SG team split apart to win a few "Small Victories". Providing a nice change of scenery for the show, O'Neill and Teal'c are trapped aboard a Russian submarine fending off the remaining Replicator threat. Carter meanwhile is whisked away by Thor to come up with her best "stupid idea" to save the Asgard homeworld. Then the show respectfully broaches the subject of racial tolerance found on a planet at war on "The Other Side". The material is handled superbly by guest star Rene Auberjonois (formerly Star Trek: Deep Space Nine's Odo). A little comic relief is provided in "Upgrades". When Tok'ra scientist Anise/Freya (Vanessa Angel) shows off some fabled technology the team are initially cautious. But the armbands give the wearer increased strength and speed, and in no time at all Jack, Sam and Daniel are abusing them. The fun of seeing them at a local restaurant ordering multiple rare steaks gives way to practical use when it's revealed that arch-enemy Apophis is constructing a new battleship. If the Tok'ra's duplicity is off-putting to the SGC this time, it's nothing compared to seeing Anise/Freya again in "Crossroads". O'Neill notices the "sparkage" between Teal 'c and visiting Jaffa-babe Sho'nac. When she states she has a way for the Tok'ra to obtain information about the Goa'uld from her placid symbiote, it's just bound to go bad. --Paul Tonks

  • MacGyver - Series 4 - Complete MacGyver - Series 4 - Complete | DVD | (29/01/2007) from £N/A  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £44.99

    Part boy-scout. Part genius. All hero. Using his brain in place of a gun secret agent Angus MacGyver relies on his knowledge of science to save himself and others from jeopardy. Deploring the promotion of everyday violence MacGyver refuses to carry weapons and instead designs life-saving tools out of household staples like paper clips and duct tape. Richard Dean Anderson portrays a likeable hero of strong principals and intellect in this clever series which successfully ran for seven years (1985-1992) and continues to remain a beloved cult favourite. This collection features all the episodes from season 3 of MacGyver. Episodes Comprise: 1. The Secret Of Parker House 2. Blood Brothers 3. The Outsiders 4. On a Wing And A Prayer 5. Collision Course 6. The Survivors 7. Deadly Dreams 8. Ma Dalton 9. Cleo Rocks 10. Fraternity Of Thieves 11. The Battle Of Tommy Giordano 12. The Challenge 13. Runners 14. Gold Rush 15. The Invisible Killer 16. Brainwashed 17. Easy Target 18. Renegade 19. Unfinished Business

  • MacGyver - Series 1 - Complete MacGyver - Series 1 - Complete | DVD | (18/07/2005) from £11.77  |  Saving you £38.22 (76.50%)  |  RRP £49.99

    Like James Bond--but without the high-tech gadgets--Angus MacGyver (Richard Dean Anderson) is one of those rare beings who can avert any crisis without mussing a hair. (The rest of us should be so lucky.) In the pilot alone, the secret agent dismantles a missile using a paper clip and fashions a rocket thruster out of a pistol. Is there anything MacGyver can't do? As the first season of ABC's long-running adventure series proves, the answer is a resounding no. MacGyver's secret: the everyday items he "finds along the way," like matches or gum wrappers, and the ingenuity to put them to a myriad of uses (a background in physics and chemistry doesn't hurt). Unlike Alias' Sidney Bristow, he isn't a multi-linguist, a martial artist, or a master of disguises. Wits are MacGyver's weapon of choice. Produced by Henry Winkler (Arrested Development), The Complete First Season includes all 22 episodes from 1985-1986 (alas, there are no extras). MacGyver is joined by Phoenix Foundation director of operations Pete Thornton (Dana Elcar), who is introduced in "Nightmares." Also, his grandfather, Harry Jackson (John Anderson), makes his first appearance in "Target MacGyver," while friend Penny Parker (Teri Hatcher of Desperate Housewives) makes hers in "Every Time She Smiles" (they will appear more frequently in future seasons). Other notable guest stars include Joan Chen (The Last Emperor) in "The Golden Triangle," Nana Visitor (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine) in "Hellfire," and John De Lancie (Star Trek: The Next Generation) in "The Escape." MacGyver ran for seven seasons and was followed by two made-for-TV movies in 1994, Lost Treasure of Atlantis and Trail to Doomsday. In 1997, after a short-lived series for UPN (1995's Legend), Anderson landed the lead in an even longer-running series, Stargate SG-1, based on the sci-fi extravaganza with Kurt Russell. --Kathleen C. Fennessy

  • Stargate SG-1: Season 7 (Vol. 32) [2003] Stargate SG-1: Season 7 (Vol. 32) | DVD | (02/02/2004) from £10.45  |  Saving you £9.54 (47.70%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Features the exciting episodes 'Fallen' 'Homecoming' 'Fragile Balance' and 'Orpheus'.

  • Stargate S.G. 1 - Series 1-10 - Complete/The Ark Of Truth/Continuum [1997] Stargate S.G. 1 - Series 1-10 - Complete/The Ark Of Truth/Continuum | DVD | (17/11/2008) from £179.39  |  Saving you £20.60 (10.30%)  |  RRP £199.99

    This Stargate SG.1 boxset is a complete collection of the science-fiction based television show - featuring all episodes from series 1 through to series 10! The Stargate is an intergalactic gateway developed by an ancient civilization that links other planets from other solar systems to ours. The U.S. Air Force assembles a Stargate team headed by Colonel Jack O'Neill (Richard Dean Anderson of MacGyver) for interstellar peace-keeping missions. Boasting incredible special effects sequences rapid-fire pacing and awesome scenes of alien warfare Stargate SG-1 is your gateway to pulse-pounding sci-fi action. Stargate - Continuum: Following SG-1 and The Ark of Truth Stargate: Continuum is the latest chapter in this incredible series. The venerable Richard Dean Anderson returns to the fold whilst the late Don S. Davis makes his final appearance as General George Hammond. Spectacular sci-fi at its best! While SG-1 attends the execution of Ba'al the last of the Goa'uld System Lords Teal'c and Vala inexplicably disappear into thin air. Carter Daniel and Mitchell race back to a world where history has been changed: the Stargate program has been erased from the timeline. As they try to convince the authorities what's happened hundreds of Goa'uld motherships arrive in orbit led by Ba'al his queen Qetesh (Vala) and his first prime Teal'c. The remaining SG-1 members must find the Stargate and set things right before the world is enslaved by the Goa'uld. Stargate - The Ark Of Truth: In search of an Ancient artifact they hope can defeat the oppressive Ori the team learns that the Ori are set to launch a final assault on Earth and a double-crossing I.O. operative is aboard the Odyssey (This storyline wraps up the primary storyline of season 9 and 10 of SG1).

  • MacGyver - Season 1 MacGyver - Season 1 | DVD | (18/07/2005) from £N/A  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £49.99

    MacGyver (Richard Dean Anderson) is a modern-day ""knight-errant"" a person people turn to in a crisis. He has a penchant for arriving on the scene in the eleventh hour when the clock is ticking ominously and innocent lives often are at stake. MacGyver is a packrat collecting ordinary items of seemingly little value and stashing them in his knapsack ""for a rainy day"". And it is these same items that he uses to improvise his way out of trouble. MacGyver's ingenious solutions to see

  • MacGyver - Series 5 - Complete [DVD] MacGyver - Series 5 - Complete | DVD | (13/07/2009) from £11.99  |  Saving you £23.00 (65.70%)  |  RRP £34.99

    Part boy-scout. Part genius. All hero. Using his brain in place of a gun secret agent Angus MacGyver relies on his knowledge of science to save himself and others from jeopardy. Deploring the promotion of everyday violence MacGyver refuses to carry weapons and instead designs life-saving tools out of household staples like paper clips and duct tape. Richard Dean Anderson portrays a likeable hero of strong principals and intellect in this clever series which successfully ran for seven years (1985-1992) and continues to remain a beloved cult favourite.

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