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Season 4


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Small Victories

O’Neill: Blow it up.
Major Davis: The Pentagon has requested that we take steps to preserve a number of specimens for study.
O’Neill: The Asgard already tried that. Those buggers are on the verge of wiping out their entire race.
Major Davis: That’s why I’m here. You people are the closest things to experts we’ve got.
O’Neill: As an expert, I’m saying blow it up.

Thor: I have come by Stargate because there are no ships to spare. My homeland is being threatened by the Replicators. Thus far all attempts to stop them have failed. I have come to seek your help.

Carter: How am I supposed to help figure out how to defeat kiron-based technology if I don’t even know what a kiron is?
Thor: The Asgard would never invent a weapon that propels small weights of iron and carbon alloys by igniting a powder of potassium nitrate, charcoal and sulfur.”

Carter: Okay, I get your point.
Thor: We cannot think like you.

Carter: We did it.
Thor: It was your stupid idea.

The Other Side

Teal’c: You are both surrounded and outnumbered. Why would they not press their advantage?
Farrell: The atmosphere of Euronda has been poisoned since the war began. The surface is unlivable.

Alar (Rene Auberjonois): An enemy craft is approaching our perimeter. would any of you care to attempt to shoot it down?
Farrell: The target is merely an unmanned reconnaissance drone. Sent for bomb damage assessment.
O’Neill: Unmanned?
Alar: Think of it as a demonstration, Colonel. Are not your people more likely to be forthcoming with assistance if we have something to offer in exchange?

O’Neill: You said they were unmanned.
Farrell: I said the reconnaissance craft was an unmanned drone. It presented an easy target and therefore a suitable demonstration. But their bombers are manned.. You have killed several of our enemy, Colonel. And we are grateful.

Alar: Perhaps it would be best if the Jaffa did not return.
O’Neill: Teal’c? Why? He hasn’t said a word.
Alar: It’s not what he said, it’s what he is.
O’Neill: Well he’s different, I’ll grant you that.
Alar: Not like us.

Alar: It could have all been yours!
O’Neill: I wouldn’t follow us if I were you.


Anise: You may call me Anise.
Jackson: Anise.
Anise: It means “noble strength”.
Jackson: I’m Daniel. It means, ah, “God is my judge.”
O’Neill: I’m Jack. It means…. What’s in the box?

O’Neill: What’s that mean?
Anise: The device is working.
O’Neill: I don’t feel like leaping any tall buildings.
Anise: It may take time for the device to adjust to your body.

Anise: Your strength is five times that of a normal human.
O’Neill: So, no increase then, huh?

Waitress: What can I get you?
O’Neill: Three of the biggest steaks you’ve got. With everything. Rare. And a baked potato.
Waitress: You got it. {she turns to leave}
O’Neill: Excuse me. That was for me.

Bar Patron: Geek.
Jackson: Excuse me?
O’Neill: Let it go.
Jackson: No. Not this time.
Bar Patron: Yeah? What are you going to do? {they advance on Jack and Daniel}
O’Neill: Well. This is a cliché.


Gate technician: We’re receiving Bra’tac’s IDC, sir.
O’Neill: Bra’tac.
Hammond: Open the iris. Have Teal’c come to the Gate room.
Shaun’ac (Musetta Vander): I mean you no harm.
O’Neill: Bra’tac. You’ve done something with your hair.

Shaun’ac: Bra’tac has told me much of the Tau’ri. You are O’Neill. Teal’c’s apprentice.
O’Neill: Yeah. {realizing} Apprentice?

Shaun’ac: You must take me to the Tok’ra immediately. I have information that could destroy the Goa’uld.

Freya (Vanessa Angel): Egeria came to the Tau’ri to stop the Goa’uld from taking humans through the Stargate as slaves. Ra found her and killed her, but not before she spawned our movement.
Carter: Literally.
Freya: Yes.
O’Neill: Thanks for that image.

Anise: Your father ask that I shake your hand. And give Colonel O’Neill a big kiss from him.
Carter: Ah, that might be the wrong way around.
O’Neill: Maybe.

O’Neill: How do I hang up with Anise and talk to Freya?
Anise: Why?
O’Neill: I like Freya!

Divide and Conquer

Anise: When her program is triggered she will inevitably become self-destructive.
Hammond: Let’s give Lieutenant Aster the choice.
O’Neill: Some choice.

O’Neill: Well this is fun. Who’s next?
Anise: SG-1.

Anise: What were you feeling?
O’Neill: Like someone who was about to die.
Carter: Sir.
O’Neill: I didn’t leave. Because I’d have rather died myself than lose Carter.
Anise: Why?
O’Neill: Because I care about her. A lot more than I’m supposed to.

Dr. Fraiser: Okay, if they’re not za’tarcs then they’re no threat to the President.
O’Neill: Oh, I had some questions for him.

Window of Opportunity



Co-Pilot: Sir, we have a visual on the runway. It appears to be iced over and there’s no response from the control tower.
Dr. Svetlana Markov (Marina Sirtis): We’re going to have to jump.
Jackson: Out of the plane?
Dr. Markov: I’m going with our without you, Colonel.
O’Neill: I suppose you expect my manly bravado to kick in right about now.
Dr. Markov: I’ve read your file.
O’Neill: No mention of bravado then, eh?

Dr. Markov: It’s gone!
O’Neill: If I ask what, and you say it’s classfied, I’m gonna shoot you.

Dr. Markov: The sub is Swiss.
Jackson: So they occasionally catch fire, but they keep perfect time. {she’s silent}. Sorry. I’ve been hanging around Jack O’Neill too much.

The First Ones

Unas refusing food: Ka!
Jackson: Don’t say Ka until you’ve tried it.

O’Neill: Rothman!
Rothman: Colonel?
O’Neill: You notice anything weird about Hawkins?
Rothman: Weird?
O’Neill: Different.
Rothman: Different?
O’Neill: Odd.
Rothman: Odd?
O’Neill: Rothman!

Scorched Earth

Caleb: It comes this way!
Jackson: What does?
Caleb: You must see it.

Lotan (Brian Markinson): You have disobeyed your superior.
Jackson: No, not… exactly.
Lotan: You are not fulfilling your function, Daniel Jackson.
Jackson: See, that’s not true. I’m just choosing the best wat to fulfill my true function. See, sometimes hierarchical command structures don’t allow you to consider all the options.
Lotan: I see.

Jackson: We found the original Enkaran homeworld.
Hedrezar: What?
Carter: How?
Jackson: It was one of several million planets scanned by the ship before it settled on this one. It was rejected partly because of the presence of intelligent life forms.
O’Neill: He’s telling us this now?
Jackson: Well he didn’t know. Technically he’s just a day and a half old.

Hedrezar: But you are Enkaran. You must stay with us.
Lotan: That is not contrary to my program.
Jackson: Lotan says thank you, he’d like that very much.

Beneath the Surface

O’Neill: Where does Homer fit in?
Brenna: You are all they sent down.

Point of No Return

Martin Lloyd: You’re not dealing with an amateur. I know all about Roswell, and the Kennedy cover-ups, and the—
Hammond fast-forwarding: He goes on like that for a while.
Martin Lloyd: …and the CIA-sanctioned microwave harassment, and the—
Hammond fast-forwarding: Quite a while.
Martin Lloyd: …and the lizard people. {Jack smiles}. But the point is, none of these compare to your little secret, Colonel.

Martin Lloyd (Willie Garson): …a top-secret government program involving instantaneous travel to other solar systems by means of a device known as a Stargate.
O’Neill: Sounds like a good idea for a TV show. If you’re into that sort of thing.

O’Neill: There is a top secret government program called Project Stargate.
Martin: I knew it!
O’Neill: But it has nothing to do with space travel.
Martin: What does it have to do with?
O’Neill: Magnets.
Martin: What the hell is that supposed to mean?
O’Neill: Nope. I’ve said too much.

Martin: Colonel O’Neill, the truth is I’m not just interested in outer space. I’m from outer space.
O’Neill: Check please!

Martin: Don’t you want to know how I found you?
O’Neill: Ah… I’m okay.
Martin: I noticed in your car there was a map for the Sleep-Rite Motel. I checked every one in town.
O’Neill: There’s two.

O’Neill: What do you want?
Martin: I want to go home. You have to take me through the Stargate.

Alien: So you’re telling me this man is an ordinary technical sergeant.
Jackson: I wouldn’t say ordinary.
Carter: He’s very good at what he does.
Alien: What’s his area of expertise?
Carter: Speech writer.
Alien showing them Teal’c’s scan: What about this?
Jackson: Oo. That’s very good. Did you draw that yourself?
Carter: What is it?
Jackson: That’s a duck, isn’t it?

Martin talking into his lapel: Nice van! What do you call that color? Kind of a grayish-green, huh?


General Vidrine (Steven Williams): General Hammond has told me nothing but good things.
O’Neill: Has he sir? Well then I’m sure he’s left something out.
General Vidrine: Such as?

General Vidrine: In all seriousness {he looks at Jack} if that’s alright with you, Colonel.

Jackson: We were kind of hoping you could beam them out.
Jacob: Beam them out? What am I, Scotty?

Jackson: Mak tal shree! Lok tak. Mekta satak Oz!
Goa’uld: Mak tal Oz?
Jackson: Mak tal Oz… kree!
Jacob: Alright, we’re almost set. Sam’s just finishing up.
Jackson: Uh. That’s great, because I don’t think they bought my act.
Jacob: Why? Who’d you say you were?
Jackson: The… ah… Great and Powerful Oz.
Jacob: Sam!

O’Neill: Jacob, is that you?
Jacob: Yes it is, Jack. Now do what I tell you.
O’Neill: Did you know your ship’s bigger than ours?
Carter: Colonel, we need you to concentrate.

O’Neill: Jacob. Thank for stopping by.
Jacob: What the hell. I was in the neighborhood.

The Curse

Dr. Sarah Gardner (Anna-Louise-Plowman): I’ve looked for signs of you out on the fringes. There’s been no research papers, no projects. It’s like you fell off the face of the Earth.
Jackson: Yeah, it is a little like that, isn’t it?
Dr. Steven Rayner (Ben Bass): As I recall, the last time I saw you, you were giving a lecture to an empty room.
Jackson: Well it was full when I started.

Sarah: You’re just going to disappear again aren’t you?
Jackson: Yes.
Sarah: I think Steven was right. You never should have come back.

Osiris: Where is my brother Setesh?
Jackson: You mean Seth? He’s dead. We, ah, we killed him.
Osiris: You lie.
Jackson: No. No. We also killed Ra and Hathor and… who else? Sokar.
Osiris: Then you have done me a great favor. I will rule without opposition.
Jackson: No. No, you won’t rule at all. You see we don’t worship false gods anymore.

Osiris: Make no mistake. Osiris will return. And the rivers of the earth will run red with blood.

The Serpent’s Venom

Jacob: Once we’ve moved the mine inside we’re gonna need all the room we can get.
Jackson: What about the escape pods?
Jacob: If that mine touches anything in here, escape pods aren’t going to do us any good.

Jackson: Uh oh.
O’Neill: What uh oh?
Jacob: Don’t you recognize the symbols?
Jackson: What symbols?

Carter: Okay what do I do?
Jacob: Pretty sure you touch it.
O’Neill: “Pretty sure”?
Jacob: The last time a Tok’ra was sent to attempt this they were never heard from again.
O’Neill: Well that’s news.

Rak’nor: Do you not believe your soul will be forever punished?
Teal’c: The Goa’uld are parasites. They use Jaffa as incubators until they are ready to take human hosts. I have seen the world from which they originated. I have stood beside the swamps from which they first arose. They are made of flesh and blood just like you or I.
Rak’nor: Lies!
Teal’c: Why would I lie if there was a chance that they gods? If I thought my soul would be forever punished, why would I lie?

Rak’nor: You believe this so strongly you risk dying in sin?
Teal’c: I believe it so strongly that I fight to live with every last bit of strength I have.

Carter: Just trust me. It’s a math thing.

Rak’nor: And you will never admit that he is a god?
Teal’c: Never.
Rak’nor: You are either insane or—

Jacob: We could not have predicted that Apophis would bring a cloaked fleet into the minefield.
Carter: So what now?
Jacob: Apophis will easily absorb Heru’ur’s forces into his own. He is now a bigger threat than ever before.

Chain Reaction

Harry Maybourne: Nice of you to come by. I don’t get a lot of visitors.
O’Neill: I find that hard to believe.
Maybourne: In my line of work, people don’t exactly stick by you through thick and thin. Most of my associates are busy trying to forget they ever knew me.
O’Neill: Your former associates are why I’m here.

O’Neill: It all sounds so cloak-and-daggery.
Maybourne: You’re in Special Ops Colonel, Jack. Why do you always pretend to smell like roses?

O’Neill: How do I get them to back off?
Maybourne: You really want to play in my sandbox, Jack?
O’Neill: Tell me what I have to do.

General Bauer: We’re not stopping the tests.
Carter: Sir, I don’t think you understand the implications. Or maybe you do.

Senator Kinsey: You learned to play hardball pretty fast, didn’t you?
O’Neill: I had a good teacher.


Carter: They said it isn’t either one of us. We just have to keep trying.
Ambassador Joseph Faxon (Christopher Cousins): I don’t mind trying. I just, I thought we’d be working on our second child by now.
Carter: Me too.

Joe: Maybe we should get a second opinion.
Carter: The Aschen are hundreds of years more advanced in this than we are.

Carter: I’m fine, right?
Dr. Fraiser: Sam, I don’t know how the Aschen doctor could have missed it, and frankly I don’t think he possibly could have.
Carter: What?
Dr. Fraiser: You can’t have children.

Dr. Fraiser: We are considering changing the lives of the entire human race on earth. Do we have that right?
Carter: If we don’t, then we will live to see the end of the entire human race.

Tour Guide: And these people comprise the famous SG-1. Arguably the most important, although not my personal favorite, team of the entire command.

A note comes through the Stargate
Hammond: What is it?
Jackson: Well?
O’Neill: You tell me.
Jackson: “Under no circumstances go to P4C-970. Colonel Jack O’Neill.” That looks like your handwriting.
O’Neill: It is my handwriting. And it’s my signature.
Teal’c: Though you sent no such note?
O’Neill: Nope.
Fraiser: Sir, may I? {she takes the note} That looks like blood, sir.
Hammond: Have it analyzed.
O’Neill: General, wasn’t 970 on our mission list?
Hammond: It was. Not anymore. I’m not taking any chances.
I want P4C-970 removed from the dialing computer immediately. Dismissed.
Carter: I wonder why you sent it. I wonder when.
O’Neill: Yeah. Gotta wonder.

Absolute Power

O’Neill: Kasuf. About this voice that spoke to you.
Kasuf (Erick Avari): Yes. It spoke the name of my daughter, may she rest in peace. I’m not the only one who heard it. Many fear it is a sign that the gods are returning.
O’Neill: I thought we finally convinced you and your people that the Goa’uld were not gods.
Kasuf: I said many. Not I. But look, it is easy to understand, in the days of Ra, when we returned from a journey a great storm would blow through the desert.
O’Neill: It’s just wind. Wind happens.
Carter: We’re talking about a wind that blew out of an active Stargate.
Jackson: And formed a sandstorm.

Kasuf: The desert said the name Sha’re.
O’Neill: Yeah, well it’s not like it’s a burning bush or anything.
Kasuf: I’ve seen many bushes burn.
O’Neill: I suppose you have.

Shifu: I am Shifu. I am harcesis.

Shifu: Oma teaches the true nature of a man is decided in the battle between his conscious mind and the desires of the subconscious. Oma teaches that even my subconscious is too strong to resist. The only way to win is to deny the battle.

Shifu: You must release your burden before you find your own way again.
Jackson: Yeah, someone else once said that to me. The thing is, this is my way. I chose this path to honor Share’s strength.

Jackson: This project is too important to get screwed up by petty Earth politics. We’re talking about protecting this entire planet from Goa’uld occupation.
Major Davis: Well I imagine that several of the so-called petty naitons of this planet are going to be very curious when we start launching satellites into orbit two years from now.
Jackson: One year from now.
Major Davis: That’s impossible. It would double the cost.
Jackson: Then it’s not impossible, is it?

Present Day

Carter: What did you do to Daniel?
Shifu: Dreams sometimes teach. I am teaching him.
Carter: Teaching him what?
Shifu: That the true nature of a man is determined in battle between his conscious mind and his subconscious. And that the evil in my subconscious is too strong to resist.
Jackson: The only way to win is to deny it battle.
Shifu: As Oma teaches.
He woke up a few minutes ago.
Jackson: One of these days I’m going to figure out she’s worth listening to.

Carter: What happened?
Jackson: I was having a dream.
Carter: About what?
Jackson: That’s not really important here. The important thing is, it’s time I chose a new path.
Shifu: And it is time for me to continue on mine.

Shifu: Thank you for telling me of my mother.
Jackson: She would have been very proud of you.
Shifu: Of you as well.
Jackson: Will I see you again?
Shifu: All roads eventually lead down the great path.
Jackson: Eventually.
Shifu: Many cross along the way.

Tokra: What’s going on? We’re not just going to let him leave?
Carter: I don’t think we have a choice.

The Light

Teal’c: Children of the Tau’ri also seem to enjoy colorful weapons that have no function.
Loran (Kristian Ayre): It’s cool.
Teal’c trying the toy: I see.

O’Neill: We need to know what this thing does.
Loran: When they get back they’ll explain.
O’Neill: They’re not coming back, you know that!
Loran: They are.
O’Neill: Somebody buried those bodies!

Loran: I can go with you?
O’Neill: Sure.

O’Neill: You like ice cream?
Loran: What’s ice cream?


O’Neill: General, I’d like to talk to you about this mission upon which we’re about to embark. It seems a bit ridiculous, doesn’t it?
Hammond: Have you met General Ryan?
General Ryan: Hello Colonel.
O’Neill: The General Ryan? Chief of Staff?
General Ryan: That’s right.
O’Neill to Hammond: Shouldn’t there have been a memo or something?

General Ryan: Thus far we like your work.
O’Neill: Thank you sir. I like yours. Your Air Force. The Air Force. I love the Air Force.

Professor Monroe: That’s assuming that parallel realities occasionally overlap.
Carter: Well I’m fairly confident that that’s the case.

Professor Monroe: Jennifer Hailey is no longer our problem.
Carter: What do you mean?
Professor Monroe: She got into a fight this morning with another cadet. As fond as General Kerrigan is of her, he’ll have to expel her.

Dr. Lee: Are you sure this is such a good idea?
Dr. Hamilton: Hey, I didn’t come halfway across the galaxy to wait for permission to do my job.
Dr. Lee: But Colonel O’Neill—
Dr. Hamilton: Colonel O’Neill doesn’t have a clue what we’re trying to accomplish here. He’s too busy polishing his M16.
O’Neill: Actually it’s a P90. You boys going somewhere?

Dr. Hamilton: This is typical military thinking. You encounter something you don’t understand, you immediately assume it’s a threat.
O’Neill: Well. Until we determine there is no threat, I will assume there is one. Do we have a problem here?
Dr. Hamilton: Colonel, with all due respect—
O’Neill: Really?
Dr. Hamilton: When I agreed to this assignment I was under the impression that I was going to be in charge.
O’Neill: You are in charge. Of the other scientists.
Dr. Hamilton: That you even think you are qualified to decide what we can and can’t do around here is—
Teal’c: Colonel O’Neill is indeed qualified, Dr. Hamilton. Having encountered many alien species, as have I since before you were born. I strongly suggest you do what Colonel O’Neill says.
O’Neill: Thank you, Rocco.

Carter: What were you thinking, breaking the nose of an upperclassman like that?
Cadet Jennifer Hailey: Swing high?
Carter: That’s not funny.

O’Neill: Teal’c and I saw one zip right through a tree. Didn’t even slow it down.
Cadet Hailey: That’s so cool.
O’Neill: That’s exactly what I said! {to Teal’c} I said that.

Cadet Hailey: Colonel, please don’t just dismiss what I’m saying because you expect her to be right.
O’Neill: It doesn’t matter who’s right, Cadet.
Cadet Hailey: Colonel, you’re risking your life for nothing.
O’Neill: The decision’s made.
Cadet Hailey: How can it not matter who’s right?
Carter: If he makes a run for the Gate he’s risking his own life. If he waits he risks everyone’s life.

Cadet Hailey: Is it always like this?
Carter: Nope. Sometimes it gets really exciting.


O’Neill: Forget to change light bulbs, Siler?
Siler: That’s not my job, sir. {Jack glares at him} Yes sir. My fault.

Double Jeopardy

Darian: I do not understand.
O’Neill: I know how you feel.
Darian: There are two of you?
O’Neill: Ah… it’s more complicated than that.

Cronus: The treaty between the System Lords and the Asgard does not protect you here. I once told you, that if you were ever at my mercy, I would not be kind. {to Teal’c} You will not be fortunate enough to die as quickly as your father did at my hand, Sholva. Your fate will be much worse. You will all pay for your sins.

Gate Guy: Sir, we’re receiving a signal on the IDC frequency, but this is not an authorized SGC code.
Carter: It says “Comtraya.”
Hammond: What does it mean?
O’Neill: Ah… it’s kind of like Shalom or Aloha. That stuff.

Carter: What’s wrong, Harlan?
Harlan (Jay Brazeau): Please. It’s a very big emergency. Um, you must help… you.

O’Neill: Now. From the beginning.
Harlan: The beginning, yes. They were not happy. They could not stop being you. The portable power pack you invented.
Carter: The robot me.
Harlan: Oh it was ingenious!
Even Hubbald would have been impressed. I have one in my chest right now. Would you like to see it?
Carter: Yes.
O’Neill: No! Show her later.

Carter: Are you saying that our robots are going through the Stargate on missions?
Harlan: Missions. Yes.
O’Neill: What for?
Harlan: I do not really know. What is it that you do?

Harlan: But I have grown accustomed. I cannot go on without them.
Carter: I’m sorry, Harlan.
Harlan: Then I will just have to help myself.

Carter: Are you sure you’ve got the right address?
Harlan: I could do a full diagnostic of my system but it might be easier just to dial the address.

Robo-’Neill: Harlan! I told you to stay away from Earth!
O’Neill: Yeah, well I told you to bury your Gate.
Robo-’Neill: Well you seem to think that solves a lot of problems, don’t you?

Robo-’Neill: Hey, you made this mess.
O’Neill: What we did was help these people!
Robo-’Neill: Oh come on, I know you better than that. You screwed up. And now you’re embarrassed.
O’Neill: That’s not the point.

Robo-’Neill: I told you what you wanted to hear. Besides, what were you going to do? Destroy me?
O’Neill: I might have!
Robo-’Neill: Alright, bring it on, Fly Boy! Let’s go! {they start wrestling}
Carter: Sirs! As much as I’d like to see how this plays out, don’t we have something more important to do?

Ja’din: It’s now active?
Robo-Carter: In a way.
Ja’din: What does this mean?
Robo-Carter: I designed it with special sensors. To detect when someone was tampering with the power core. For situations just like this. It’s a self-destruct mode.

Robo-Teal’c killing Cronus: For our father.


Tanith (Peter Wingfield): What just happened?
Tok’ra: Sensors detect a mother ship entering orbit.
Tanith: We must evacuate immediately.
Tok’ra: We have been expecting it.
O’Neill ringing in: Hey kids. We’re not parked in a red zone, are we?

Teal’c: Tanith was surprised to see us.
Jacob: We didn’t want to give him any warning.
O’Neill: He doesn’t suspect you’re on to him?
Jacob: Not that we know of. We’ll see soon enough.
Teal’c: Of what do you speak?
Jacob: Well, thanks to the mother ship you’re so graciously lending us—
O’Neill: It’s not me. Hammond. It was an order.
Jacob: Well anyway we’ll be ablr to move the Stargate to a planet not currently on the Goa’uld map. We’ll finally be able to ensure the security of a more permanent Tok’ra base. As useful as Tanith has been, relaying false information to Apophis, we can’t afford to take him with us.
Teal’c: What will become of him?
Jacob: We have a little surprise for you.

Tanith (Peter Wingfield): How exactly did a Goa’uld mother ship come into your possession?
O’Neill: Well it was kind of a… trade deal.
Tanith: How so?
O’Neill: Cronus gave us his ship. And he got what was coming to him.

Tanith to Teal’c: You will never escape. The System Lords will hunt you down to the ends of the galaxy.
O’Neill: That guy is a living cliché.

O’Neill: Hey! Don’t scuff the walls. I want this ship back the way we found it.

Jacob: It seems Tanith’s been busy. We’ve received word from one of our operatives that Apophis has been given our location.
O’Neill: I guess he’s trying to make up for the last few months.
Jacob: An attack fleet is on its way.

Carter: This is the sun that Vorash is orbiting. It’s a regular main sequence star with a core temperature of about fifty million degrees and enough hydrogen to burn for five billion years.
O’Neill: Yeah?
Jacob: We wanna blow it up.
Jackson: Wow. That’s, ah…
Daniel and Jack: Ambitious.

Jacob: We’ve lost main power. Hyperdrive is down. We’re sitting ducks.

Jackson: I think we have a problem here. I figured that flashing wasn’t good news. And the fact that in Goa’uld it says, “Warning! Warning!”.
Jacob: It’s Apophis. He’s here.

Apophis (Peter Williams): Where are the Tokra?
Tanith: The attempt to stop their ship was thwarted. However I have managed to procure a gift which will make the journey seem worthwhile. {they bring in Teal’c}
Apophis: The sholva. You have done well.

Carter: What just happened?
Jacob: We must have caught the tail end of the blast wave. It knocked us off-course.

Carter: Sir. Where’s Teal’c?
O’Neill: I’m not sure. I think he’s dead.
Jacob: If Apophis has him—
Carter: Well we have to go back.
Jacob: It may not be possible, Sam.

Jacob: Given our current position. at maximum hyperdrive speed, it’s going to take us a hundred and twenty-five years to get back. Long-range sensors are picking up another ship. It’s Apophis.