Stargate SG-1 Season 8

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2005.01.11    

Garry Chalk  Ronny Cox

Kinsey (Ronny Cox): You want to take down The Trust. I can help you.
O’Neill: I’m sorry, I must have missed an episode. I thought you guys were working together.

O’Neill: Kinsey, please. Spare me the diatribe. They kicked you when you were down and you want revenge. It’s as simple as that.

Teal’c: Is it possible that Kinsey is simply lying?
O’Neill: That is always possible.

Kinsey: You want me to wear a wire?
O’Neill: That’s the deal.
Kinsey: I am not a spy.
O’Neill: Think of it this way: if you don’t do what they want, they’ll kill you. If you don’t do what we want… we’ll let ’em.

Carter: In the event that something does go wrong, I’d suggest we come up with a pre-established signal. Preferably a code word that will let us know you’re in trouble.
Kinsey (Ronny Cox): How about something simple like, “help”?

Jackson: Your English is excellent.
Captain Daria Voronkova: Spasiba. And how is your Russian?
Jackson in Russian: Although I don’t get the opportunity to practice enough, I’m conversational. I suppose I can get by.
Captain Voronkova: Okay. We’ll stick to English then.

Captain Voronkova: Have you eaten a proper lunch?
Jackson: I had something on the plane.
Captain Voronkova: Then the answer is no. Good. I know a restaurant around the corner that serves the best salo in Moscow.
Jackson: Oh, I’m not a fan of salo.
Captain Voronkova: Don’t worry, you will acquire a taste for it.

Jackson: That’s insane. Why would Kinsey want to kill General Kiselev?
Colonel Chernovshev: I’m afraid Mr. Kinsey isn’t exactly himself these days.

Colonel Chekov (Garry Chalk): How could Kinsey have become a Goa’uld?
O’Neill: Five bucks says Carter has a theory.
Carter: As a matter of fact, I do.

Jackson: Why are you so willing to sacrifice yourself?
Goa’uld Kinsey: I assure you, I have no intention of dying on this miserable planet.

O’Neill about Carter’s glasses theory: That’s it? Did it occur to you that he might be wearing contacts?
Carter: Sir, I know it’s not a lot to go on—
O’Neill: Have you heard of laser surgery?