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Five Days to Zero Hour
Walter Harriman (Gary Jones): Morning, sir.
Harriman: At 0730 this morning, SG-8 made scheduled contact from P6J-908. They requested permission to bring an alien life form back to base for further study. O’Neill eyes him suspiciously. Sir, it’s just a plant. Your 0830 debriefing is SG-2 regarding their recent mission to P8F-809. Folder’s on your desk, along with the personnel files you have yet to review.
O’Neill: How many do I have left?
Harriman: All of them.
Harriman: Colonel Rudnell has asked me to show you some bunting samples and Captain Corrigan is still waiting for approval on the, uh, buffet menu.
Gilmore: Well. He’s not like other Generals.
Harriman: Actually, he’s not like other… people.
Four Days to Zero Hour
Dr. Bill Lee (Bill Dow): Well the good news is, it hasn’t eaten anybody yet.
O’Neill: Well thank you, Seymour.
Three Days to Zero Hour
Two Days to Zero Hour
Gilmore: Sorry to wake you, sir.
O’Neill: Feels like it’s been ten minutes.
Gilmore: It has.
O’Neill: We’re having a little technical difficulty here.
Ba’al (Cliff Simon): Are your friends’ lives meaningless to you?
O’Neill: Hey! This is not a stall tactic. I would have called you sooner but we can’t dial out at the moment.
Ba’al: Why not?
O’Neill: Well I’m not really sure. Here’s some irony for you: Carter? Would have this thing fixed like that. No offense there, Siler.
Siler: Uh, none taken, sir.
O’Neill: So, why don’t you just send her on through? Before you know it, you’ll have old camel ass back in your grubby little mitts.
Ba’al: You dare mock me?
O’Neill: Ba’al. C’mon. You should know. Of course I dare mock you.
Gilmore: Is it really wise to provoke him?
O’Neill: It’s what I do.
One Day to Zero Hour
O’Neill: What’s going on?
Colonel Reynolds: General we just wanted you to know—whatever you decide—we’re behind you 100 percent. You just need to give the order and we’re ready to go.
O’Neill: I know you are, Colonel. Thank you.