Favorite Character

United States
December 27, 2006 9:52pm CST
My favorite is Daniel Jackson. I love that he always wants to help. Jack O'Neil is my 2nd favorite. I loved Richard Dean Anderson as MacGyver. I love all the Stargate characters.
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@SageMother (2277)
• United States
28 Dec 06
I really enjoy this show. This nest season is its last and its so sad. It is probably time though. When they went into all that Merlin and Medieval garbage with the "or-eye"..I have no idea how they are spelling that...you could tell they were circling the drain.
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• United States
28 Dec 06
I love the characters from the original Star Trek. I also like the characters on Brothers and Sisters. They remind me a lot of my family. They aren't perfect but they still love each other.
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7 Jan 07
I believe that a new spinoff series is in the pipeline. http://www.gateworld.net
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@kacana (541)
• Bulgaria
23 Jan 07
It's spelled ori.
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• United States
31 Jan 07
I agree Daniel Jackson is my favorite. Yea hes always eager to help and he is so smart. They always seem to have to turn to him for some thing or other. and hes super hott. I like how Jack just doesnt seem to get anything sam or daniel are talking about. He'll listen to em then make some smart remark. I like sam because shes strong. For a long time she was the only female with SG-1. I commend her for staying strong and being able to hang in there through it all. What I like about teal'c is that he just sits and listens. Then he makes his comments. He doesnt have to be in the middle of all the conversations. Hes very mellow and laid back. I like em all. Even gen. hammond, vala, & col. mitchell.
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@wolfie34 (26793)
• United Kingdom
30 Jan 07
For me it is definitely Major Sam Carter, played superbly by Amanda Tapping. She is quite a girl, very attractive, highly intelligent and a great actress. I'm addicted to Stargate and never miss a single episode.
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@royal52gens (5380)
• United States
28 Jan 07
I agree with you. The character (Daniel Jackson) is intriguing. He is such a book worm and nerdy but he is interesting. And yes, Richard Dean Anderson is a wonderful actor in both roles. I also enjoy the character of Sam and T'elc. It is hard to get to know the new characters since they have only been with the show a short time.
• United States
23 Jan 07
It's hard to pick a favorite. Sam because I like smart women. Vala for the same reason, though her smarts come from a different background. Jackson because he's the cutest nerd on TV. T'elc (sp?) because he's a big teddy bear and funny, and O'Neill because RDA makes him so great, funny, adorable. I like the new ppl okay too but not as much.
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@kacana (541)
• Bulgaria
22 Jan 07
My favorite is Jack O'Neill(with 2 'l'!!, not one), because of his sense of humor, it's very sad that he is gone. My second favorite is Sam.
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• United States
3 Jan 07
My favorite character is Vala (Claudia Black) hands down. I was smitten with her character the minute she took off her head gear in the first episode she appeared in. Her character is funny, quirky and a lot of fun. I love the way Daniel and Vala interact and that brings me to my second favorite character, Daniel Jackson. He's a smart, hot guy. ;)
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@sizzle3000 (3040)
• United States
4 Feb 07
To pick my favorite is too hard. I like so many for so many different reasons. I love Jack because of his wit and military mind. I like Daniel because he is cute and he just wants peace. I also like Tel'c because he is such a straight guy. He has no sence of humor that makes him funny. I think that without Jack the show is lacking.
@honeyangel (1992)
4 Feb 07
my fave would be daniel jackson hand down,he started as the geek and now hes a stud would kick him out of bed on a cold day haha
• United States
3 Feb 07
I love 'em all. Their relationship is just great, like a small family. But if I had to pick only one, it would Jack O'Neill. I know he plays dumb, but if you listen to his lines, sometimes a little bit of intelligence sneaks through. I think he is confident enough to let the others shine in their particular fields while hiding his own light under a bushel.