Stargate SG-1 Season 5

Enemies

2001.06.29    

Carmen Argenziano  Peter Williams

Selmak: Kree. Lord Apophis. I am Selmak of the Tokra, commander of this ship.
O’Neill: Commander?
Jacob: You wanna bicker about rank now?

O’Neill: He’s lookin’ a little pissed.
Carter: We did just destroy his fleet.

Jacob: That ship is unlike anything in the computer records.
Carter: Well we are in a completely uncharted part of the universe.
O’Neill
: I’m enjoying their style. Shoot first and send flowers later. Works.

Jackson: I don’t suppose you want to talk about what happened on Vorash.
O’Neill: Not really.
Jackson: I didn’t think so.
O’Neill: We were ambushed at the rings. Teal’c took one in the back. I should have seen it coming.
Jackson: I thought the key to a good ambush was to make sure you don’t see them coming. {Jack isn’t amused} My point is that I’m sure that you did your best.
O’Neill: Apparently it wasn’t good enough.

Hammond: So you’re saying that SG-1 did not survive.
The possibility is extremely remote. If they had they would have contacted us by now.

The Tok’ra will officially consider Selmak a fallen war hero.
Hammond: You’ll forgive me for holding out hope a little longer. SG-1 has a surprisingly good habit of beating the odds.

Jacob: That’s impossible.
O’Neill: Care to share?
Jackson: It says that there’s no lifesigns on board.

Carter: This way, sir. It’s not far.
O’Neill: Carter, how do you know where you’re going?
Carter: I studied the Tok’ra specs of the ship while we were on Vorash.
O’Neill: You know how to have a good time, doncha.
Carter: Having a good time now, sir.
O’Neill: You go girl.

Jacob: Daniel, you’re going to have to fly that ship out of here as soon as we ring on board.
Jackson: And you’re going to have to tell me how to do that.

O’Neill: I distinctly remember somebody saying, “We’re not gonna make it!”. I think we made it.
Jacob: I’m sorry I overreacted. At the time it looked very much like we weren’t going to make it.
O’Neill: Yes, well. Maybe next time we’ll just wait and see.
Jacob: And blow the last chance I might ever have to be right?
O’Neill: What?
Carter: Welcome to my life.

O’Neill: Hey! Buddy. {armed Jaffa come out} Whatcha got going here, Teal’c
Apophis: Well done, Teal’c. Finally you can resume your rightful position as my first prime.

O’Neill: Okay, this is feeling like a little bit of a strange plan. Just let me know what to do. And when.
Jackson: Teal’c, you don’t still think that you’re First Prime of Apophis?
Teal’c
: I have never ceased to be in the service of my god.
O’Neill: Alright. That’s sounding a little brainwashy. You don’t believe that guy is a god anymore than I do.

Teal’c: It makes me ill to think I was forced to pretend to be your friend. So many times I saved your life when I wished I could watch you die.
O’Neill: It hurts me that you would say that. But that’s okay. Because I know it’s not true.
Teal’c: Your belief is not necessary.
O’Neill: This doesn’t make any sense. Come on, you and I together have taken down a half dozen Goa’ulds.
Teal’c: Enemies of Apophis.
O’Neill: We kicked his ass twice! Hell, you sat around and watch him die once.

Jackson: Teal’c, remember when Apophis brainwashed your son, Rya’c? Consider the possibility. {Teal’c seals the door} Or don’t.

Carter: I really have no idea what I’m doing here.
O’Neill: Keep trying.

Jackson: Well brainwashed or not we can’t just leave Teal’c here.
O’Neill: I know.

O’Neill: What was that?
Jacob: The mothership just jumped into hyperspace.
O’Neill: Now what?
Jacob: Now nothing. We can’t open up the cargo doors and fly out while we’re in hyperspace.

Carter: We can’t let the bugs get a foothold in our galaxy. These things are relentless. Even the Asgard haven’t been able to stop them.

O’Neill: I’m gonna go check on Teal’c.
Jacob: Jack. We got his body back. Getting his mind back may not be as easy.

O’Neill: Apophis is dead.
Teal’c: I do not believe you.
O’Neill: Trust me.
Teal’c: Gods cannot be killed.