Stargate SG-1 Daniel Jackson

Season 7


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Villager: Who are you?
Jackson: I don’t know.

Teal’c: Do you not recognize us, Daniel Jackson?
Jackson: I’m sorry. {he walks off}
O’Neill: Not even me?

Jackson: Please leave me alone.
O’Neill: I’m Jack O’Neill. And, barring some freakish similarity, you are Dr. Daniel Jackson.

Jackson: I’m dead?
O’Neill: Obviously not. You just sort of died. Actually you ascended to a higher plane of existence. Last time I saw you you were helping us fight Anubis.
Jackson: Anubis?
O’Neill: Yeah. Kind of a over-the-top cliche bad guy. Black cloak, oily skin. Kind of spooky.

Hammond: You have no memory of who I am?
Jackson: None whatsoever.
O’Neill: Neither do I, sir.

Jackson: Have I mentioned you owe me fifty bucks?

Teal’c: I am unable to kel nor’eem as I once did since I began using tretonin.
Jackson: Well that sounds complicated.
Teal’c: Indeed.

Jackson: Look, all I know is that the place you’re searching now is not it.
O’Neill: Then where is “it”?
Jackson: Did I just say “all I know.”?
O’Neill: Everyone turn away. I want no witnesses.

Jonas Quinn: Well, can’t you do some kind of a… keyword search?
Jackson: Yeah, for what? “Achilles”?
Jonas: Well, that’s good. I’m glad to see that your memory’s finally coming back. Not to mention your razor-sharp wit.

Jackson: Congratulations, I think you guys hit the mark.
O’Neill: Thanks. It was fun.


O’Neill: What’s your situation?
Jackson: I’m hiding. What’s yours?

O’Neill: So, business as usual then, huh?
Jackson: I don’t know. Is it?
O’Neill: Yes. We do this kind of thing all the time.
Jackson: Oh. Well, good. That’s comforting.

Jonas: Look, if we get out of this, ah—
Jackson: Oh you can keep the office.
Jonas: Actually I was talking about SG-1.

Jonas: Don’t get me wrong, I love the job.
Jackson: Oh yeah, who could argue. I mean lousy hours,
constant peril.
Jonas: On the bright side, you do get to travel a lot.
Jackson: You’re very up.
Jonas: Yeah.

Jackson: Hey Daniel. Feed my fish.

Fragile Balance

Jackson: Okay, well… there’s no easy way to tell you this so… Sam’s just gonna come right out and say it.
Sam gives him a look.
Carter: Well, sir… as you know, the Asgard depend on a cloning technology…
Young O’Neill: Oh, for cryin’ out loud.
Teal’c: You have been cloned, O’Neill.


Jackson: What’s with the, ah… ?
Teal’c: O’Neill. I believe his offer of the colored gelatins is an attempt to sympathise.
Jackson: Well he’s thoughtful that way.

O’Neill: Fraiser says Teal’c needs a little pep talk. I’ve been practicing in front of a mirror for an hour.
Jackson: Is it peppy enough?
O’Neill: Not really.

Teal’c: As I lay near death, I began to dream. You used your abilities to appear to me in that dream.
O’Neill: I did?
Teal’c: Indeed. When I had sufficiently recovered, you appeared to me again. And that is when I knew.. you had stayed with me and watched over me for three days. And that is the reason I am eternally grateful to you, Daniel Jackson. And why I wholeheartedly believe you concerning Ryac.


O’Neill: I assume you don’t get many visitors in these parts.
Kendrick: I thought we were the only survivors.
Jackson: Survivors of what exactly?
Kendrick: You better speak to the council.

Jackson: All I can say is thank God for lawyers.


Jackson: Who are you? What is this place?

Enemy Mine

Jackson: It has to be something about this area, this mine. They don’t want us here.
Colonel Edwards (Michael Rooker): The feeling’s mutual.

O’Neill: If we go back to this planet, you’re not coming with us, are you?
Jackson: It’s doubtful.
O’Neill: That’s too bad. I was kinda hoping you’d take command of the mission Colonel Edwards has no experience dealing with the Unas.
Jackson: Nor you.

Jackson: This is their planet. We’re the invaders. We don’t have to provoke them, we don’t have to kill them.

Teal’c: They are preparing to attack.
Edwards: Let ’em come. We’re ready.
Jackson: No, you’re not.

Edwards: You’re right, Dr. Jackson. Let’s get back to the Gate.
Jackson: No. It’s too late.

Space Race

Warrick: As I was telling General Hammond and Dr. Jackson, I am here to offer you full access to the ion propulsion engine on the Seberus.
Carter: That’s great. Sir, this could—.
Hammond: I read your report, Major. I won’t debate the value of the technology. But there’s more.
Warrick: In return, I would like your help. To win a race.

Carter: Look. I know that this could be dangerous. But this is our job, right? It’s what we signed on to do. We take risks in the hopes of achieving new levels of technology. If—and I stress if—participating in this race happens to be a little bit, I don’t know…
Jackson: Fun?
Carter: What’s a girl to do?
Jackson: That’s just what I thought.

Jackson: You’re just sorry that you lost.
Carter: Well come on! It wasn’t fair. Buncha cheaters.
Jackson: So whatcha gonna do?
Carter: Next year I’m gonna kick butt.

Avenger 2.0


Evolution : Part One

Jackson: If the device was kept hidden near a water source it could be the basis of the Fountain of Youth mythology.

Jackson: If Selmak’s right Telchak’s temple is in Southern Honduras.
Hammond: How can we be sure it’s there?
Jackson: Ah, we can’t.

Rogelio Duran (Zak Santiago): So. You guys wanna see some temples?
Jackson: Actually we want to see one temple in particular. {pulls out the map} Here.
Duran: I’m sorry to tell you this, Senor. But there are no temples there. What you want to do is go north. That’s where all the good stuff is. Lots of ruins.

Jackson: Let’s spread out, look for a… temple. In lieu of that look for a totem or a marker of some kind. Anything that might tell us where to go from here. {They just stare at him} Go.
Dr. Lee suddenly dropping out of sight: Found it.

Dr. Lee: At least it has writing on it.
Jackson: Yeah.
Dr. Lee: What’s it say?
Jackson: I have no idea.
Dr. Lee: Oh.
Jackson: The sort of technology of the sarcophagus—which, by itself causes madness and addiction. This is supposedly something far more powerful. So accidentally activating it would be bad.
Dr. Lee: Okay.
Jackson: Let’s just try picking it up without touching it too much.

Jackson: Look, I don’t know what you expect, but no one’s going to pay anything for us. We’re not worth anything.
Raphael: That is unfortunate for you. Because if no one pays, you die.

Hammond: I’m afraid I have some bad news. I just received a communique from the State Department in Washington. It appears that Daniel Jackson and Dr. Lee have been kidnapped. Our best guess is that they’ve crossed the border into Nicaragua, however at this moment we have no idea where they are.

Evolution : Part Two

Hammond: A CIA operative in Honduras—Agent Burke—believes he knows where Dr. Jackson and Dr. Lee were taken.
O’Neill: Burke?
Hammond: You know him?
O’Neill: Yes. I do.
Hammond: Anything I should know about him? He’s the only agent down there.
O’Neill: We’re stuck with him regardless, right? {Hammond nods} Nothing you should know about.

Dr. Lee: I’m sorry. I couldn’t take it. I told them.
Jackson: What? What’d you tell them?
Dr. Lee: Everything.

Dr. Lee: Shouldn’t we wait until nighttime?
Jackson: I don’t think we have that long.
Dr. Lee: We won’t get a hundred yards before they kill us.
Jackson: Yeah, if we stay they’ll definitely kill us. I saw the short term effects of that device. I know what a sarcophagus does to a person’s sanity and this is far more powerful. I don’t think we want to stick around to find out what long term exposure does.

Burke: Is that that thing that made that guy do that thing?
: Yeah. It’s okay, it’s off now.
O’Neill: Good. That’s good.
Lee: At least we think it’s off. It’s not glowing anymore, so…
Jackson: The glowing thing really gives it away. So if it’s not glowing anymore it shouldn’t be on anymore.
Lee: Do you wanna hold it?
Jackson: No. Nope.


Jackson: Yep, I’d say you’re stuck all right. {Sam ignores the Daniel hallucination} Oh come on, Sam. You’ve been running the same diagnostic program for four hours now. What makes you think the results are suddenly going to change? Sam? Hello!
Carter: Were you this annoying when you were ascended?

Jackson: Look, you need some help, that’s all. Will you just try going along with this?
Carter: You’re me talking to me?

Jackson: Sam, you have to check this out. Trust me. It’s important.

Carter: Did you see a—
Jackson: Little girl?
Carter: Yeah.
Jackson: No.


If you knew more of our history you’d understand our reluctance to believe Kelownan propaganda.
Jackson: Well our own scientists have studied the problem. And while it is true that Kelowna will bear the brunt of the initial explosion—in fact by our calculations half the country’s landmass will be destroyed—you’re not taking into account the dust and debris that will be thrown into the upper atmosphere. It will block the sunlight and lower the average temperature significantly. For all intents and purposes, your entire planet will be uninhabitable.

Jackson: This is diplomacy, Jack. This is the way the game is played. It takes patience.
O’Neill: Yeah? Well I’m fresh out.
Teal’c: As am I.
O’Neill: I think you’re on your own.

O’Neill: How’s the whole diplomacy thing working out for ya?
Jackson: It’s not.

Jackson: Miss it?
Jonas: Yeah. I do.


Sarah Gardner (Anna-Louise Plowman): You know I must have read everything you ever published.
Jackson: Everything?
Sarah: Yes.
Jackson: Well what a waste of time.

Jackson: Did I mention in that dream the tablet was in Ancient and in the dream I could read Ancient.
Carter: Well that’s not so odd considering you can also do that when you’re awake.

Jackson: It’s a map. Telling us how to find a city where an ancient race of humans once lived.

Teal’c: Did you not say that Sarah introduced the tablet to you during one of the dreams?
Jackson: Yeah.
Teal’c: And that you feel that you have no control over the dreams.
Jackson: Yeah.
Carter: Teal’c?
Teal’c: The Goa’uld possess the technology to explore one’s memory.

O’Neill: And how are we supposed to know when you know if it’s all happening in your head when you’re sleeping?
Jackson: I don’t know.

Death Knell

Heroes : Part One

Bregman: What is the significance of that?
Jackson: It’s fascinating.
Bregman: Back up. Back up. Ah, that’s it? It’s fascinating? Why were we running?
Jackson: Oh. Ah. I just wanted to see if you’d chase me.

Jackson: None of this is about truth. It’s all about political posturing.
Carter: Yeah, he really grilled me on that.
Jackson: About whether or not the Stargate program should go public?
Carter: Yeah.
Jackson: What’d you say?
Carter: Babbled incoherently.

Jackson: It was all because I wanted an aerial survey.
Carter: It took me too long to figure out the probe sent a transmission.
O’Neill: None of that matters now.

Heroes : Part Two


Jackson: Who is Dr. Keffler?
Anna: He’s the one that made me.


Lost City : Part One

Hammond: What happened?
Reynolds: It didn’t quite go according to plan, sir.
Jackson: We have to get him to the infirmary.
O’Neill: I did it again.

O’Neill: You are so wrong. It’s the perfect analogy. Burns as Goa’uld.
Teal’c: They are merely animated characters, O’Neill.
O’Neill: You are so shallow.
Jackson: Oh please. Teal’c is one of the deepest people I know.

Lost City : Part Two

Jackson: Proclarush Teonas. I think you wrote the planet where we’ll find the Lost City in the crossword.
O’Neill: Bit of a jump.
Jackson: Why else would you do that?
Carter about Jack’s crossword puzzle: The clue for seven down is “celestial body.” And he wrote “Uma Thurman.”

Jackson: So we’re a million years late?
Carter: Probably more.

O’Neill: Teonas.
Carter: Sir?
O’Neill: What?
Jackson: You looked at the screen and said, “Teonas”.
O’Neill: If you say so.
Jackson: You say so.

Jackson: The city we’re looking for is under the ice of Antarctica?
Carter: It’s been on Earth the whole time?
Jackson: Jack, we were just there.
Carter: So we came all this way just to find out we have to go back?
O’Neill: No.

Jackson: I don’t think this is it, Sam.
Carter: What do you mean?
Jackson: The dome is too small. Teonas. It’s obviously not a city, it’s just an outpost of some kind.
Carter: This isn’t Atlantis?
Jackson: I don’t think so.
Teal’c: If this is not the Lost City, then where is it?