The Mitchell Project is a series of stories told by Major Doctor Bailey DeBarr, Chief Medical Officer of the USAF's space ship Prometheus.
      This is a continuation of the retelling of the episodes of Sesaon 10's Stargate SG-1, once again I assure you, with Bailey's wit and outside observations on our new team, you will enjoy the rendition.



     "I don't know who was more surprised: Cam or Dr. Lam. I guess I could also throw in myself, Vala Mal Doran, Col. Carter, Dr. Jackson and Teal'c. And for good measure don't forget Gen. Landry, Srg. Harriman or poor Nurse Kille, the infirmary betting pool coordinator.
      "I can eliminate about two of those people, Gen. Landry and myself, only because we knew. The others, well... I do like shock and awe."

                                                                        - Mj. Bailey DeBarr, MD



Major Bailey DeBarr is aboard the  Odyssey after the sudden slaughter from the Ori. Who survived? What will happen now? The exciting Season 10 opener!








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The team is trapped on a sleepy planet - literally. Now Bailey must sit at the SGC and wait.



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Bailey and the Odyssey travel to Atlantis. There Daniel and Vala seek answers, while the rest of SG-1 tries to close a supergate. Maybe Bailey even finds love?





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A letter from Cam tells of the adventures of SG-1 and the SGC while Bailey is back on board the Odyssey.





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Asked to spend time with Landry and SG-1, Bailey finds camping is not all that it's cracked up to be... even with the General and part of SG-1.





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WRITER: (in dramatic voice) Show business is not always the best business - especially when the team is used to saving the universe. However, Cam and Bailey have the last laugh....





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Sam and Bailey talk about how Vala must feel after facing her grown daughter bent on distruction and domination.





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Vala is kidnapped and Bailey has to contend with two patients by the time the whole thing is done.





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