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But we're the first ones to make fun of ourselves, to skewer ourselves. TV Guide: Can we assume that in some of your episodes, Jack O'Neill will actually be interacting for real? I voiced my surprise when I ended up doing more "Atlantis"  episode coming that will be meaty and substantial.TV Guide: That's clear, looking at the 200th episode! TV Guide: Did you feel as if you walked right back into something you knew very well? Anderson: More than when I flew in to do the chess or checkers scene last year. So anyway, it was a week's worth of hiking out on the ice floes, really being exposed with a broken ankle, and then I flew in to do this thing and I was just miserable.Anderson: I haven't taken a poll, but everybody seems to be here and saying the lines. Jack and Sam getting together, for instance, is a major fan wish, no? (You'll just have to watch to see what ends up on air.)] Over the years, it's been alluded to, so we did that just for us.TV Guide: Are you a teeny bit hurt that the show continued to do well without you? Anderson: Yes, you're right, the fan base always wanted this to happen, [though here it's] in a coma or a fantasy, or whatever this is. TV Guide: Should Jack and Sam wind up together at the end of the series?
But he has already done one con a couple of years ago - Avalon. Truth be told, I'll probably be way too shy to even look up at him.
I wanted to make sure that they had the right attitude about sending up the character as much as they could, not doing a serious version of it , because I'm all for making a fool of myself. I just went in and did it and fawned over them completely TV Guide: Do you consider yourself retired? I want it to have that looseness and warmth and yet still be a professional, creative environment. I couldn't have been happier to have left, and I'm equally as happy to come back.