Goa'uld (Desperate Measures)

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Goa'uld (Desperate Measures)
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Desperate Measures, 48 Hours, Prometheus

Portrayed by

Bill Marchant, John de Lancie

This Goa'uld was a Goa'uld.


The Goa'uld was implanted into a Jaffa which was captured by the Russians. After reaching maturity they were transported into a tank for study by Zeditron Industries. They were implanted into Adrian Conrad to cure his Berchart's syndrome. Healing the disease, the Goa'uld took complete control and convinced Diana Mendez that it was Conrad so she loosened the restraints. The Goa'uld killed her and then escaped. They were stopped by Jack O'Neill but he was taken down by Colonel Frank Simmons who told the Goa'uld to come with him if he wanted to live. Simmons told the Goa'uld that he would be taken to better accommodation once he started telling him things he wanted to know. (SG1: "Desperate Measures") One of the things he helped Simmons with is translating a tablet written in Ancient that told of a planet with a cache of advanced weapons and technology. (SG1: "Prometheus")

He started to give some informtion to Simmons including telling him how to reintegrate a pattern from the Stargate without forming a wormhole. He overheard his guards dealing with an intruder but they were all taken down and he was faced with O'Neill again who shot him with a Zat'nik'tel when he wouldn't tell him what he told Simmons. O'Neill noticed cameras in the cell and found a video recording of him talking to Simmons. The Goa'uld was taken into SGC custody. (SG1: "48 Hours") The Goa'uld was released after the Prometheus was hijacked, and he arrived on board and was put to work in fixing the hyperdrive so it could be used to get to the hidden cache. After fixing it, he attacked Simmons who shot his host, forcing him to leave and take Simmons as a host. He attacked O'Neill and Teal'c and beat them down but O'Neill opened an airlock and the Goa'uld was sucked out into space and died. (SG1: "Prometheus")