Stargate SG-1 Stargate Other Characters

Season 7

2003.06.12    

Fallen

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

Jonas: It’s not the Lost City. It’s the City of Lost.
Carter: Do you have a Gate address?
Jonas: There’s a reference and some partial translations that Dr. Jackson was working on from the Library of the Four Races. It talks about a city of the Ancients called “Vis Uban” as being a place where a plague began. This was going to be the crown jewel in the entire Ancient domain. Only it was still under construction when the plague broke out.
Carter: Two words: Gate address.

Villager seeing Teal’c: He is Jaffa.
O’Neill: No, but he plays one on TV.

They are travellers, like us. They say that they are friends.
Shamda: No one can be a friend if you know not whether to trust them.
O’Neill: Don’t judge a book by its cover.
Shamda: Enemies’ promises were made to be broken.
O’Neill: And yet honesty is the best policy.
Shamda: He that has too many friends has none.
O’Neill: Ah, but… birds of a feather.
Shamda: I’m unfamiliar with that story. What lesson does it teach?
O’Neill: It has to do flocking and… togetherness.

Colonel. We found something you might want to see.

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.

Anubis: You will suffer greatly.
Jonas: I figured as much.

Homecoming

Anubis: I’m eager to find out more about this powerful variation of naquaada found on your planet. I believe you call it naquadria.
Jonas: Where are we?
Anubis: Welcome home, Jonas Quinn.

Teal’c: Lord Yu is not a god.
Oshu (Kevan Ohtsji): There was a time when I would have struck you down for speaking those words.

O’Neill: I thought you were outmanned and outgunned.
Commander Hale: We used the naquadria bomb.
O’Neill: On people?

Ambassador Noor: You don’t look very alien.
O’Neill: We get that a lot.

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.

Herak: As for the rest of you, you will be publicly executed as an example to all those who would defy their god!
O’Neill: Does it have to be public?
Herak: I could kill you now.
O’Neill: Public is fine.

Fragile Balance

Carter: Do you know how much trouble you’re in right now? Impersonating a military officer is a federal offense.
Young O’Neill (Michael Welch): I am not impersonating anyone. I am Jack O’Neill.

Teal’c: Are you conducting some sort of scientific experiment O’Neill?
Young O’Neill: Hey, come on, that salsa’s still good.

Young O’Neill: Hey! I realize it doesn’t actually say “colonel” anywhere on my uniform, but it should.

Harlan Beck: Tell him Harley said to watch his six.
Young O’Neill: Hey, yeah, speaking of six.

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.

Young O’Neill: Wow. You know I’m really much taller than I think.
O’Neill: Carter?
Carter: Colonel O’Neill, meet… Colonel O’Neill.

Loki: I was stripped of my stature after I was caught performing unsanctioned experiments on humans.
O’Neill: What, you’ve got sanctioned ones?

Loki: Your bodies are similar to our original form thousands of years ago. Using your physical makeup as a template, I had hoped to find a way to construct a clone that could contain our massively superior intellect. My research was unsuccessful.
Young O’Neill: So much for massively superior intellect.
O’Neill: I was gonna say that.

Orpheus

Fraiser: The staff blast hit you directly in the symbiote pouch. If you weren’t on tretonin…
Teal’c: I would be dead. Ironic.
Fraiser: Well. You’re not out of the woods yet.
Teal’c: Woods?

Fraiser: Teal’c. I’m clearing you for active duty.
Teal’c: I am not ready.

Ryac: How long can you live without tretonin?
Bra’tac: As long as I have to.

Revisions

Nevin: You have strange clothes.
O’Neill: You caught us on a bad day.

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.

Kendrick: I realize that Nevin deserves a chance for much more than this world could ever offer.
Teal’c: Are you certain? This is not a decision to be taken lightly.
Kendrick: I want my son to grow up in a world where the sky and the clouds aren’t part of an illusion created by a computer.
O’Neill: Well that’s good enough for me.

Carter: Pallan, you have to disconnect.
Pallan: That would be suicide.
Carter: No! That’s just a lie that’s been planted by the computer.

Pallan: Wait a minute. If there were over one hundred thousand people living here, where did they all go?

Nevin: Father, is Colonel O’Neill sick?
Kendrick: He is. But we’re going to make him better.

Lifeboat

Teal’c: That is not Daniel Jackson.
Hammond: But is he a Gou’ald?
Dr. Fraiser: No, sir. Although at the moment he’s every bit as arrogant.
Hammond: Well then is Dr. Jackson suffering from some sort of mental illness?
Dr. Fraiser: I honestly don’t know, sir. His preliminary EEG readings are like nothing I’ve ever seen. On one hand, there’s indication of coma. But at the same time we’re seeing readings like those of a dozen people all jumbled together.

Dr. Fraiser: How are you feeling, sir?
O’Neill: Headache. Bad.
Dr. Fraiser: I can take care of that. But first I need to know if you’re feeling… yourself.
Well other than this nail through my head, I’m fine.

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.

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.

Edwards: O’Neill was right about you. You are a pain in the ass. But well worth it.

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.

Warrick: Major, I feel compelled to warn you of the danger. The Loop is not for the faint hearted.

Warrick: Major Carter. If you are to be my co-pilot, you’ll need to know how the ship works.
Carter: What is this?
Warrick: A complete operations manual of the Seberus.
I had it translated for you.
Carter: Thank you.
O’Neill: That’s not our language.
Carter: It’s mine. Sir.
O’Neill: Right!

Warrick: Jarlath. Still avoiding personal hygiene, I see.

Eamon: The first stage tests each ship’s defense capabilities.

Boron: At this stage of the race it’s all about the shields. Does your ship have what it takes to survive that kind of super intense heat?
Hadraig: And if it doesn’t?
Boron: You’ll be instantly vaporized.
Hadraig: Interesting! In a horrifying sense.

Warrick: It’s dangerous.
Carter: More dangerous than flying into a sun?

Hadraig: Warrick must be disappointed to be facing certain defeat and death so early in the race.
Boron: You got that right, Ardal.

Eamon: If we’re going to prove anything we need to go to Tech Con. They won’t let you in without clearance. You’ll need a hat.

Eamon: This is my cousin.
Teal’c: Murray.
Eamon: Mm. Twice removed.

Jarlath: You don’t think you can still win, do you?
Warrick: We are only this far behind because we were sabotaged.
Jarlath: A likely excuse. So was I, by the way.

Jarlath: Has it occurred to you that maybe the reason you’ve been passed over so many times is not because you’re a human, but because you’re a moron.

Avenger 2.0

Felger: Colonel O’Neill!
O’Neill: Folger.
Felger: Felger.

Felger: What’s the big deal? All we have to do is think of something that’s going to change the balance of power in the galaxy by noon tomorrow.
Chloe: Do you have anything in mind?
Felger: As a matter of fact I do. Avenger!

Chloe: Jay this is exactly your problem. You try so hard to impress people that you always bite off more than you can chew.
Felger: Okay, yes. You’re right. I have to start setting more realistic goals for myself. Right after this project.

Carter: Look Jay, I know you feel bad about this.
Felger: What’s to feel bad about? I mean it probably took the Ancients a thousand years to build the Gate system and I wrecked it in a single day. Not to mention the fact that I’ve isolated us from all the off-world resources we’re going to need to defend ourselves. Leaving us sitting ducks for the next Goa’uld attack. But who cares.

Carter: Jay, I’m not perfect.
Felger: See, you have to say that because you’re modest. Which is just another aspect of your perfection.

Felger: You know, before I joined the SGC my idea of a high-pressure situation was defending a mathematical thesis in front of a room full of middle-aged, balding men. I don’t do so well when the fate of the Universe is hanging in the balance now.

Felger: It’s pretty cool, isn’t it? You and I working together. We’re like the intellectual Butch and Sundance of the SGC.
Carter: Butch and Sundance got cornered and killed by the Bolivian army.
Felger: That’s a good point, yeah.

Birthright

 

Evolution : Part One

Carter: It’s a Goa’uld. Quite frankly that’s not as socking as the host.
Hammond: How so?
Carter: It has an incredibly unusual organ structure.
Jacob: Everything’s out of proportion. Physiologically, the heart and lungs have to be abnormally large to supply enough blood and oxygen to its muscles. Basically it’s someone tried to engineer the perfect athlete without any concern for longevity.

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.

Dr. Lee: I need a receipt or something. I gotta fill in the paperwork.

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.

O’Neill: Reynolds, I want flanking positions set up on either side of the clearing. Ring the perimeter with C4 and claymores.
Reynolds: Not much faith in Plan A?
O’Neill: Since when has Plan A ever worked?
Reynolds: Right.

Bra’tak: Soon we will be surrounded. If we fight, many more will die.
O’Neill: What do you want to do?
Bra’tak: Surrender.

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.

Evolution : Part Two

Burke (Enrico Colantoni): You don’t look very happy to see me. I’d have given anything to have seen your face when you heard my name. Hey. It’s okay, man. It’s okay.
O’Neill: It’s not okay. I’ve got forty-eight hours to find my friend before he’s killed. Just tell me what you know.
Burke: Okay. All business all the time. I can dig that station.

Burke: How do you like that? The let us fight Cuba from their shores. We get our asses kicked and Cuba gives them the guns. You know we could get shot at by an AK-47 that was fired at the Bay of Pigs attack. {he laughs}
O’Neill: You’ve been down here too long, Burke.

O’Neill: You’re not so gone you don’t understand the need for a clear chain of command, are you?
Burke: You wanna know how gone I am? {he gets up and leaves}

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

Siler: How’s that, sir?
Jacob: Pretty good. It reminds me of my old football days.
Siler: They had helmets back in those days, sir?
Jacob: Funny.

Burke: You know, I took an emotional inventory and realized I had some issues. I thought maybe we could put our petty differences aside on this one. You’re gonna need me when this thing goes down, buddy. Come on, give me a chance. I won’t let you down.

Burke: Okay, my name is Burke and I’ll be your guide. Today we’ll be looking at indigenous vegetation of Central America. Watch your step, ladies. We’re not in Minnesota.
O’Neill: Easy.

Rogelio: Save your friends. {O’Neill and Burke stare at him}. Please. They owe me lots of money.
O’Neill and Burke: Uh huh.
Rogelio: I love American gum. Good guys.

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: What’s with the guy from Evil Dead?
O’Neill: Um…
Burke: Classified?
O’Neill: Yeah.
Burke tickled: You guys are into some crazy crap, man!

Bra’tac: Teal’c, are you hurt?
Teal’c: Indeed.
Bra’tac: Where?
Teal’c: My pride.

Burke: Is that that thing that made that guy do that thing?
Jackson
: 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.

Grace

Colonel Ronson: So this thing is different from a nebula how?
Carter: Well that’s what makes it so exciting, sir. We don’t know exactly.
Colonel Ronson: And it just so happens that this formation is in the vicinity of our next cool-down coordinates.
Carter: It’ll only be a little bit out of our way, sir. All I ask is two hours tops.
Colonel Ronson: If only so I can see the expression on your face firsthand. The words “kid in a candy store” come to mind.
Carter: I’ll maintain my composure, sir.

Mystery Girl: Play with me.

Carter: I’m so tired.
Grace: You can’t sleep—not yet.
Carter: Why?
Grace: Because we need to talk.

Jacob: Don’t take this the wrong way.
Carter: I know. I don’t look so good.

Colonel Ronson: Now what?
Carter: We see if they keep their end of the bargain.

Fallout

Carter: Are you saying at this moment there are deposits of naquadah on your planet that are being transformed into naquadria?
Jonas: Yes. One very large one in particular.

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.

Carter: It’s possible to create these particles in the lab. But there’s really only one way they could have been produced in sufficient quantity and with enough energy to penetrate several miles under the crust of the planet.
Jonas: It was the naquadria bomb test. The test we conducted two years ago. We did this to ourselves.

Kianna: You made the right choice. Your confidence in me will not go unrewarded.
Carter: We had to choice. And for the record, our confidence in you is minimal.
Kianna: Which is no doubt why the Sholva will be accompanying us. And why all of you are armed.

Kianna: You waited.
Jonas: You held up your end of the bargain.
Kianna: Was that your only reason?

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

Chimera

Carter: I feel compelled to warn you. Most of the guys I’ve dated recently have died.
Pete Shanahan (David DeLuise): As in—
Carter: Dead.

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.

Sarah: You know I can’t tell you how much I look forward to being here with you. Being able to… pick your brain.

Carter: I wish I could tell you more.
Pete: You don’t trust me.
Carter: I’m not allowed.

Farrity: If you ask me this Major Carter is connected to something big. you might want to back off from this one, okay buddy? This one’s way out of your league.
Pete: Hey! It’s not like I’m dating her or anything.
Farrity: Right.

Death Knell

Heroes : Part One

Hammond: You may find that we’re not all as giddy as you are about this project, Mr. Bregman.
Emmett Bregman (Saul Rubinek): “Giddy”? I, uh… Well I’m personally and professionally excited—excited to be here, General. I haven’t been giddy since, well, you don’t want to know about that.

Hammond: I think it fair to warn you that no one around here wants to be part of your little reality show.
Bregman: I see. You know, General, I think you’re probably well aware that there were film cameras on the beaches of Normandy decades before Survivor debuted on CBS. Personally I think it’s an outrageous oversight that the Stargate program hasn’t been chronicled up to this point.
Hammond: That’s because it’s top secret. Only a handful of people will see anything you shoot.
Bregman: So far, General. So far. Eventually—inevitably—this program’s gonna be disclosed to the American people and to the whole world. And I like to think that this little film that we’re doing here, might in some small way provide insight into what’s really been going on here in the last six years.
Hammond: What’s “really been going on here”?

Bregman: Is that Colonel O’Neill? {he catches up with him}
O’Neill: I like vanilla over chocolate. My favorite color is peridot. I think Tibet should be free and if I could have dinner with anyone in the world it would be Mary Steenburgen.
Bregman: No, if I could— Mary Steenburgen?

Bregman: Samantha Carter. Meet the six and a half billion people of planet Earth.
Carter: Hi.

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.

Bregman: Can we get a shot of the Gate spinning?
Carter: Sure. It’s really cool. Steam comes out of it and everything.

Colonel Dixon (Adam Baldwin): I don’t see any indication of anything here.
Balinsky: Take the usual bet on that, sir?
Colonel Dixon: Sure. Wells?
Wells:
Abandoned naquadah mines.
Dixon: Boring. Good odds. Bosworth?
Bosworth: I’m gonna put my money on trees, sir.
Dixon: Bosworth’s disqualified for being a smartass. I’ll go with two-headed aliens.
Wells: Hostile or friendly, sir?
Dixon: One head good, one head bad. Balinsky?
Balinsky: Ruins of an ancient city.
Dixon: You wish.

Dixon about kids: The reason they make ’em so damn cute is so you don’t suffocate them in your sleep.

Dixon: Miracle of birth, my ass. I’ll tell you what the miracle is. Birth control that works.

Bregman: Why are you sitting there if you’re not going to answer any of the questions?
Teal’c: Because I was requested to be General Hammond.
Bregman: I see. And he didn’t happen to mention to you that part of this involved actually saying something?
Teal’c: No.

Bregman: Colonel, what is this off-world activation something?
O’Neill: I won’t know until I get there.
Bregman: That’s great. We’re going. Where’s there?
O’Neill: There is here, for you.

Bregman: You know I’m going to get you on camera sooner or later. Even if all I get is a series of shots of you avoiding being got.
O’Neill: Fire away. I hope shots of my ass serve you well.

Harriman: Well basically when the Gate is dialing, I say “Chevron One encoded, Chevron Two encoded”. And so on, incrementally, up to the seventh chevron. Which is a little different because that’s when the wormhole connects. When that happens I like to change things up a little bit and just say, “Chevron Seven locked.”
Bregman: That’s great.

Fraiser: Are you flirting with me?
Bregman: Uh huh. See, I on the other hand am very clumsy under pressure.
Fraiser: Well I’ve seen worse.

Heroes : Part Two

 

Resurrection

Agent Noel Barrett: Just thought you might want to watch a master of interrogation at work.
Carter: You calling someone special?

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

Barrett: I’m gonna get the local authorities to start evacuating the area.
Dr. Lee: Thanks for the vote of confidence.

Inauguration

General Francis Maynard (James McDaniel): Mr. President, I’m here to bring you up to speed on a program we’ve been running out of Cheyenne Mountain for the past seven years.
President Hayes (William Devane): I’ve already had my top secret briefing.
Gen. Maynard: Yes, Mr. President. But not this. Mr. President, for the past seven years the United States Air Force has been sending teams to other planets by means of an alien device known as a “star gate”.
President Hayes: That’s funny. That’s very funny. My first day. This is a joke, right? I have a great sense of humor—I didn’t know that you had one—but this is good because we’re finding out about each other. Now I have to call the ex-President of Togo, and when I’m done, apparently, the rest of the world is coming to an end.
Gen. Maynard: The ex-President of Togo will have to wait, sir. This is not a joke.

Vice President Kinsey (Ronny Cox): Mr. President, I realize this is a little overwhelming right now, but what you really need to know is that the Stargate is being seriously mismanaged. It’s urgent that we act now.
President Hayes: What are you talking about?
Kinsey: I have desperately tried to maintain some proper control and accountability, but the oversight in place is completely inadequate. The military—specifically the personnel directly involved in the SGC—need to be replaced immediately. Now, I have several recommendations regarding—
President Hayes: Woah, Bob! Hold on here.
Kinsey: Mr. President, why do you think I was ordered to keep quiet? This was a deliberate attempt by the military and the previous administration to drive a wedge between us. Because they knew I was going to come after them. We need to stick together on this.
President Hayes: For God’s sakes, Bob! Think of the magnitude of this!
Kinsey: For God’s sake is right.
President Hayes: Oh come on, Bob. If you want me to buy into your holier-than-thou position you’ve gotta convince me you’re right.

President Hayes looking through the reports: Hosted alien dignitaries. Acquired alien technology. Travelled back in time? Did they really blow up a sun?
Gen. Maynard: As I understand it, sir, yes they did.
President Hayes: That’d look awfully good on the old resumé.

President Hayes: I’m starting to get a bad feeling about where some of that campaign money came from.

President Hayes: This is my office, not yours. No matter what you may think you did to make this happen, don’t you ever—for one second—forget that.
Kinsey: Yes, Mr. President.

Kinsey: Nice work today, Richard.
Richard Woolsey (Robert Picardo): Really? I got the distinct feeling it didn’t go so well.
Kinsey: Ah, well. It doesn’t matter.
Woolsey: It doesn’t?
Kinsey: Nah. The President’s going to come around.
Woolsey: I didn’t get that impression, Mr. Vice President. In fact I clearly sensed that he was siding with the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs.
Kinsey: Today was a formality. Don’t get me wrong. The job you did was viable. The President has to appear to be hearing both sides. Considering his position. But… he’ll see things my way eventually.
Woolsey: And if he doesn’t?
Kinsey: Things happen.
Woolsey: What is that supposed to mean?
Kinsey: It means you chose the right side, Richard. One way or another, I promise you… I’m gonna win this one.

Maynard: Hammond and SG-1 are close to finding the Lost City. Let them do their job, sir. Let them save this planet one more time.

President Hayes: As far as I can tell, Hammond and SG-1 have done an extraordinary job under very difficult circumstances. But in doing so, they made some mistakes. Made some enemies. And frankly I don’t know that I can protect them.

Woolsey: I also hope history one day shows that… I tried to do the right thing.
President Hayes: Who’s version of history, Mr. Woolsey?

Lost City : Part One

Kinsey (Ronny Cox): How would you respond if I told you the Air Force is currently conducting top secret operations with an alien transportation device called a “Stargate”. It was discovered in the early-1900s at Giza. Not too far from the great pyramids.
Dr. Weir
: Is this a joke? {Kinsey hands her a note}. What is it?
Kinsey: A note from the president.
Weir opens the note: “This is not a joke.”

Dr. Weir: I don’t know what’s scarier, the fact that this is all true or the fact that you’re telling me.

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.

President Hayes: I suppose your aversion to the military would be an issue.
Dr. Weir: What are we talking about exactly?
President Hayes: Your running the Stargate program.

Dr. Weir: I am not qualified to negotiate with aliens.
President Hayes: No one is, Doctor.

Dr. Weir: What if I say no, sir?
President Hayes: Never going to happen.

Kinsey: Be careful who you trust, Doctor.
Dr. Weir: Does that include you, sir?
Kinsey: He may be the president, but I am the one person on this fair planet you want on your side. And the one person you don’t want to cross.

Bra’tac: Anubis is gathering the full force of his fleet. He will be here in three days.

President Hayes: I think it was lieutenant last time we spoke, wasn’t it?
Hammond: For both of us. That was a lot of hair ago, sir.

Weir: I’m Doctor Elizabeth Weir, Colonel.
Kinsey: You can just call her your one hope of ever stepping through the Stargate again.
O’Neill: Bit of a mouthful.

O’Neill: I come up with the Lost City, we go find it. Yes or no?
Kinsey: No!
Weir: I will consider it.

Weir: Colonel O’Neill—
Kinsey: Is the one who got us into this mess in the first place. I want him gone. I want them all gone. You haven’t figured that out yet?
Weir: Oh I’ve figured out quite a bit.
Kinsey: Well hallelujah for that.
Weir: This is my office. This is my chair. Until someone tells me otherwise I’m going to make decisions as I see fit, not as they fit in to your agenda.
Kinsey: You have no idea what my agenda is.
Weir: Whatever your agenda is.
Kinsey: You don’t know anything, Doctor. And if you think you do, you’re not as smart as I thought.

Lost City : Part Two

Weir: Got everything you need? I think there’s still a sink in the kitchen.
O’Neill: Is that a joke?
Weir: Perhaps. A bad one.
O’Neill: Yes. Very bad. But I sense hope for you.

President Hayes: Contact the governments of Russia, Great Britain, France, China and Canada. And let ’em know what we think were in for. In the meantime, I better prepare a helluva speech.

Bra’tac: You should have struck for my heart, Ronan.
Ronan: You will die more slowly this way.
Bra’tac: You are mistaken. I no longer carry a symbiote.

Anubis: Bow before your god!
Hayes: I don’t think so. However, I am willing to accept your surrender.

Weir to Kinsey: Well I thought you were a lot of things. A coward wasn’t one of them.

Hayes: Consider your resignation accepted, Bob.
Kinsey: You can’t do that!
Hayes: Oh please. I’ve got enough on you to have you shot.

What the hell was that?
Hammond: That was SG-1.