Stargate SG-1 Season 8



David DeLuise

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Colonel Kendrick: You wouldn’t return my phonecalls.
O’Neill: I was busy. Didn’t think it was important. Take your pick.
Kendrick: You know as well as I do there’s been another incident. When you petitioned the OSI to allow Teal’c to live off base, your request was approved under certain provisions. These provisions have clearly been violated.
O’Neill: Oh come on, Colonel. If you had saved Earth from total annihilation a couple of times and your government told you you couldn’t go out to play, wouldn’t you consider it more a guideline than a rule?

Jackson: I like what you’re doing with the place. Sort of Jaffa chic with an East African flair.
Teal’c: I have discovered there are many programs on television which offer advice in the area of home design and decoration.
Jackson: Yeah, I’m a little more into the History Channel myself.

Pete Shanahan (David DeLuise): So. How are things in the galaxy?
Carter: You know I can’t talk about work.
Pete: Sorry. I’m still getting used to the fact that my girlfriend’s a superhero.

Doug: You better check yourself. Before you get hurt.
Teal’c: I have checked. I suggest you leave before it is you that gets hurt.

Carter: It’s bad enough being on your own without every TV show and commercial and magazine ad trying to tell you how abnormal it is.
Jackson: It think that’s what I just said.
Carter: I mean they make you afraid of being alone, at the same time telling you not to settle for anything less than the perfect romantic ideal like that actually exists anywhere in the real world. I mean either way you can’t win.
Jackson: How’s things?
Carter: Good. We were talking about Teal’c’s friend, right?
Jackson: I thought we were.

Carter: Teal’c, how do Jaffa couples handle their problems?
Teal’c: On Chulak, a dispute between a man and woman that can not be resolved necessitates a pledge break. It must be requested by one and granted by the other.
Jackson: And if that doesn’t work?
Teal’c: A weapon is required.

O’Neill: Carter.
Carter: Sir.
O’Neill: I never thought I’d hear myself utter these words: I need that report.

Carter: Pete gave me this. {she hands him the ring}
O’Neill: People normally wear these on their fingers.
Carter: I haven’t said yes.
O’Neill: And yet, you haven’t said no.

Carter: What about you? If things had been different?
O’Neill: I wouldn’t be here.

Carter: Krista’s boyfriend was found dead in her apartment.
Jackson: What? What happened?
Carter: We don’t have all the details yet, but according to Kendrick, preliminary evidence indicates that Teal’c may have been responsible.
Jackson: That’s impossible.
Carter: That’s what I said. Unfortunately we can’t ask him about it because he’s missing. So’s Krista. As of right now, Teal’c is wanted for kidnapping and murder.

Mystery Caller: Your friend Teal’c is in trouble.
Jackson: How’d you know about that?
Mystery Caller: We can help. We’ve been watching him. In fact, we saw the whole thing.
Jackson: You witnessed the murder?
Mystery Caller: We’ve got it all on tape. Concrete evidence that proves Teal’c’s innocence. And it’s yours in exchange for the translation. Of course, if you tell anyone we’ll know. And the deal’s off.

O’Neill: Well Kendrick is finally convinced something else is going on here.
Carter: What changed his mind?
O’Neill: Daniel is missing.

Pete: So it’s normal for the bad guys to just disappear into thin air, right?
Carter: Not really. Although now I think about it, it’s not the first time it’s happened.
Pete: Just another day at the office.
Carter: Yes.
Pete: Figures you’d be used to it by now.
Carter: No, I mean “yes.”
Pete: Yes as in?
Carter: Yes.