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Non-canon

The Key
The Key
Production
Series

Stargate Infinity

Episode

1.18

Original air date

January 27, 2003

Written by

Richard Mueller

Directed by

Will Meugniot

Cast
Guest stars

Kim Hawthorne as ?
John Payne as ?
Shirley Millner as ?
Ellen Kennedy as ?
Blu Mankuma as ?
Ron Halder as ?
Michael Benyaer as ?
Samuel Vincent as ?
Gabe Khouth as ?
Richard Newman as ?
Moneca Stori as Kreeda
Nicole Oliver as ?
Alec Willows as ?
Dave Ward as ?
Glenn Gould as ?
Marilyn Lightstone as ?

Chronology
Preceded by

"The Face of Evil"

Followed by

"Chariot of the Sun"

SGI
Stargate Infinity
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
8 9 10 11 12 13 14
15 16 17 18 19 20 21
22 23 24 25 26


The Key was the eighteenth episode of Stargate Infinity

Publishers SummaryEdit

When the team learns that a comet is headed straight for a planet they're visiting on which all communication is electronic, they also learn that the way to save this world is to decipher an obscure ancient text.

PlotEdit

The team arrives on a civilized high-tech planet, Rokari, where they determine a comet is heading for the world they're on with only 60 hours to spare. The local government, the Commonality, don't believe their warning and state they have outgrown written and recorded language. The team break out a member of an underground resistance that distributes writing and leads them to a hidden library with info on how to use the planet's defense system. Harrison manages to figure out the language and the team activates the defense system, the Commonality sees the value of writing and everything turns out well.

ReferencesEdit

Nirna; Norlo; Rokari, Rokari language, Rokari planet, Commonality, Stacey Bonner, Gus Bonner, Ec'co

Notable QuotesEdit

Stacey: You should give me a sign when you don't mean what you're saying.
Gus: Don't you know me well enough by now?
Stacey: Apparently not.

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