5.2
91 votes
Stargate: Infinity

Stargate: Infinity

FOX 2002

The animated action/adventure Stargate Infinity continues the saga of the men and women of Stargate Command as they travel the universe using the extraordinary powers of the mysterious Stargate portals. Stargate Infinity is the story of veteran Stargate explorer Major Gus Bonner and a group of young Air Force Academy cadets. Wrongly accused of treason, they must flee across the universe, pursued by a ferocious new alien enemy, the Tlak'khan - mercenaries working for the Nax'kan Council. The team must find a way to clear Gus' name and to protect the mysterious Draga - a strange alien being who may be the key to unlocking the ultimate secrets of the Stargate and of the Ancients who built them.Aired as education TV, most episodes come complete with a nifty kids' message!

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The 10 Worst Episodes of Stargate: Infinity

Stargate: Infinity - S1E19

#1 - Chariot of the Sun

5.44

Season 1 - Episode 19

The gang find a mysterious ship emitting dangerous energy on an uninhabited planet. While Harrison and Seattle look for the owners the others break into the ship, much to Stacey's concern. Gus insists on using the ship to return to nearby Earth, unaware that it's actually a Tlak'khan trap - the ship takes them to Ga'Harn, the Tlak'khan homeworld. Da'kyll captures them all and holds them back from the Nax'kan Council by claiming Warrior Right of Capture. Hah'lak sends his own operative, Gal'korn, to free first Gus and then the rest of the SG team and they see through the deception. They get their vehicles and weapons and get to the nearest Stargate to make their escape.

The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Stargate: Infinity from 9 votes.

Stargate: Infinity - S1E25

#2 - The Illustrated Stacey

5.44

Season 1 - Episode 25

The team arrives on a planet and helps the native Ner'alds against a energized dragon-creature, a late arriving Harrison manages to knock it out. Stacey and Seattle admire the locals' markings and the guys end up teasing Stacey into getting a marking. It turns out that the paint is made of microbes and they start spreading on Stacey. They're not toxic, but will cover her entire body. They need a stream with mud to make a removal salve but another energy-resistant creature attacks – Gus takes Stacey while the others hold off the monster. Avoiding a variety of dangers, Gus and Stacey make it just in time but the stream has dried up. A persistent bug creature that has been following them finally latches on to Stacey and sucks off the microbe.

The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Stargate: Infinity from 9 votes.

Stargate: Infinity - S1E8

#3 - Can I Keep It?

5.55

Season 1 - Episode 8

After avoiding a flash flood, Seattle finds a kitten-like creature that she names Flotsam. It gets into their food supplies and grows substantially...and grows some more. All efforts to train him seem in vain and it looks like the team will have to leave him behind. Da'kyll and his Tlak'kahn mercenaries show up and Flotsam gives warning by playing ""fetch"" with a grenade. A simlar flash flood wipes out the Tlak'kahn and Seattle agrees to leave Flotsam behind.

The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Stargate: Infinity from 11 votes.

Stargate: Infinity - S1E21

#4 - The Look

5.67

Season 1 - Episode 21

The team arrive on a resort-type planet where the locals are obsessed with fashion accessories to the point of endangering themselves. They befriend Rikell and the women and Harrison help her to gather some ferns to make a fashion statement and run afoul of the local wildlife, while a mercenary attacks the team up above and grabs Draga. The others get clear with Harrison's scientific knowledge and catch up to rescue Draga. The team gets enough of the ferns from the merchant that helped out the mercenary to let Rikell make an outfit but she realizes she doesn't need a fancy outfit.

The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of Stargate: Infinity from 9 votes.

Stargate: Infinity - S1E23

#5 - The Natural

5.67

Season 1 - Episode 23

After escaping the Tlak'khan on a jungle world thanks to Harrison's flying skills (sort of), the team arrives on a sulphur-covered planet and bat-like inhabitants, the Har'un. With his jetpack damaged Harrison accepts an invitation to fly with the locals but doesn't do so well. Determined, Harrison keeps trying but is the only one in the group who can't manage. The planet is polluted due to the Tlak'khan's efforts and they send a team to attack - Harrison has to mount up to warn the others and manages to get the hang of it. the Tlak'khan refuse to learn from their mistakes and fall victim to the Har'un's gas bombs.

The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Stargate: Infinity from 9 votes.

Stargate: Infinity - S1E16
#6 - Us and Them
5.78
Season 1 - Episode 16

The team arrive on a planet where the natives bear a extremely strong resemblence to Draga. They are contemptous of ""rock crawlers"" but Draga is drawn to them. But when the Tlak'khan show up the local's powers serve no good. The team helps them and gives them a measure of understanding of other cultures.

The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Stargate: Infinity from 9 votes.

Stargate: Infinity - S1E20
#7 - The Answer
5.78
Season 1 - Episode 20

The team arrive on Octasar where a Dr. Carrie Mason of the SGC is working with a local scientist, Dr. Bri'sal, who is working on a project of universal telepathy as part of a scientific conference and believes the Tlak'khan can help him - they're playing him, naturally, since Bri'sal's fellow scientists don't support his project. Stacey overhears them while the rest of the team convinces Mason they're not traitors. Mason doesn't believe them and when the project succeeds the Tlak'khan take control. The team launches an attack but the mind-controlled scientists are forced to attack them, but Mason grabs Da'kyll's device, freeing everyone and forcing the Tlak'khan to retreat.

The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Stargate: Infinity from 9 votes.

Stargate: Infinity - S1E13
#8 - The Mother of Invention
5.80
Season 1 - Episode 13

Major Bonner's team arrives at a world destroyed by its inhabitants. Kreeda, the inventor, attempts to save what's left of her civilisation—even if it means stealing and lying. Ec'co acquires a sympathy for her, but the next day the team finds their power sources stolen. Kreeda is the obvious suspect. She wishes to make up for her previous actions and warns the team about Tlak'kahn warriors nearby—but will they listen?

The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Stargate: Infinity from 10 votes.

Stargate: Infinity - S1E17
#9 - The Face of Evil
5.80
Season 1 - Episode 17

The team arrives on an ice planet and intervenes in a fight between the Tlak'khan and the native Ursons. They win the day for the natives but begin to suspect all isn't as it seems. Seattle follows a young Tlak'khan to a hidden city while Gus interrogates the prisoners who it turns out are farmer/refugees. The team realizes the Ursons are in the wrong and turn against them to help the Tlak'khan farmers.

The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of Stargate: Infinity from 10 votes.

Stargate: Infinity - S1E22
#10 - Feet of Clay
5.88
Season 1 - Episode 22

The team find themselves on a plant of locals who worship and emulate the Tlak'khan but are suffering from a plague. Draga cures as many as she can but the leader, Mek'rod, insists they are the Tlak'khan and follow their ways, but eventually acknowledges the Tlak'khan merely provide them with help. Ec'co comes up with a cure for the plague while the Mar'dan elders summon Da'kyll and his men who tell the Mar'dan to obey them and lure the team into a trap. The Tlak'khan abandon the Mar'dan to the plague and Mek'rod turns against them. The team breaks free only to enter a trap, but the Mar'dan turn against the Tlak'khan and drive them off.

The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Stargate: Infinity from 8 votes.

Last updated: oct 09, 2020

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