Carter: The error we’re receiving from the Gate seems to indicate that there is still an energy pattern stored in the memory buffer.
Carter: If the al’kesh crashed into the DHD on the other planet, it would have cut off power to the outgoing Gate. The wormhole would have been severed prematurely. Now if that happened before our Gate was able to reconvert Teal’c’s energy signature back into matter…
Hammond: Teal’c is in our Stargate.
Carter: His energy signature, yes. Stored in the memory.
Jackson: Well let’s get him out.
Carter: Right now I’m not sure how. That’s not the worst problem.
Jackson: There’s worse?
Hammond: Go home.
O’Neill: I’m all right, sir. Just got five minutes of quality sleep.
Hammond: Everything that can be done is being done.
O’Neill: You know this wouldn’t be happening if he had followed orders. It’s that damned Jaffa revenge thing.
Hammond: Get some rest, Colonel. That’s an order.
Colonel Simmons (John de Lancie): I was just introducing Major Carter, and Dr. McKay. The doctor has been studying the Stargate program out of Area 51 for over a year now.
Carter: Without access to a working Gate?
Dr. Rodney McKay (David Hewlett): I had a virtual computer model that was built when the second Gate was there.
Hammond: Well I’m sure it’s a thrill to be here to see the real thing.
McKay: Hm. Not really.
Simmons: The Pentagon feels that Dr. McKay has become the world’s foremost expert.
Hammond: Next to Major Carter.
McKay: With all due respect, Major. You spend most of your time in the field.
Hammond: Major Carter spent two years working on the Gate prior to her five years of service at the SGC. She’s the one who made this program viable.
McKay: Actually, the interface she designed is full of flaws.
Carter: Well I admit it’s not perfect, but it’s certainly—
McKay: It has caused numerous unnecessary situations, any of which could have ended in catastrophe.
Simmons: And we certainly don’t want that to happen. That’s why the doctor is here to help.
Hammond: Good. He can report to Major Carter.
Simmons: And the two of them might be able to work together to solve this problem to get Teal’c back in one piece. In the time allotted.
Carter: Excuse me? In the time allotted?
Simmons: Forty-eight hours.
Hammond: I don’t care who you are or who you work for, you will not come into my facility and dictate procedure to me.
Simmons: Oh General, don’t shoot the messenger. I’m just bringing you your orders.
Harry Maybourne (Tom McBeath): Hi Jack.
O’Neill: You rat bastard!
Maybourne: Hey hey hey. Take it easy.
O’Neill: I’m so gonna kick your ass!
Maybourne: There’s people watching.
O’Neill: I don’t care!
Maybourne: It wasn’t me. It didn’t shoot you, Jack.
O’Neill: I trusted you!
Maybourne: Come on, would I come back here like this if I’d done it?
O’Neill: You might!
Maybourne: If you need me I’m at the Accent Inn checked in under the name “Cassidy”.
O’Neill: David or Shawn?
O’Neill: You know Simmons says you’re the one who sullied the good name of the NID.
Maybourne: You believe that?
Maybourne: Trust me, Jack. I know him well. I’m the one who recruited him.
McKay: I’m guessing we got off on the wrong foot.
Carter: To what probability factor did you use figuring that out?
McKay: For the record, I don’t work for Colonel Simmons.
Carter: What difference does that make?
McKay: I thought I sensed a little tension there.
Carter: My job is to present the risks, not to decide whether to take them. Now if you have something positive to add, do it. Otherwise get out of my lab!
Colonel Chekov: Don’t be ridiculous. How can the United States go to war over something the American people know nothing about?
Major Davis: It wouldn’t be unprecedented, Colonel.
Jackson: What would it take to give us your DHD? No seriously. Let’s put it on the table.
McKay: I wish I didn’t find you so attractive. I always had a weakness for dumb blondes.
Carter: Go suck a lemon.
Hammond: Take him away. If he resists shoot him.
Jackson: Well that never happened in any of the simulations.