Stargate SG-1 Season 4

The Other Side

2000.07.07    

Rene Auberjonois

O’Neill: Didn’t I order you to get a life?

Jackson: This is the first time the descendants of Earth have actually called home. I mean, either we try to do… something. Or we let them die.

Hammond: Humanitarian concerns aside, we may have finally met an advanced civilization willing to exchange technology to help us defend against the Goa’uld.
O’Neill: My thoughts sir.
Hammond: I’ve already talked to the President and Joint Chiefs. If the Eurondian government is open to trade you’re authorized to negotiate.

O’Neill: You’ve got that look.
Teal’c: To which look are you referring, O’Neill?
Jackson: The one that says, “I have misgivings about this mission but deep down I know we’re doing the right thing.”?
O’Neill: No. The other one.
Jackson: Oh.

Teal’c: You are both surrounded and outnumbered. Why would they not press their advantage?
Farrell: The atmosphere of Euronda has been poisoned since the war began. The surface is unlivable.

Alar (Rene Auberjonois): An enemy craft is approaching our perimeter. would any of you care to attempt to shoot it down?
Farrell: The target is merely an unmanned reconnaissance drone. Sent for bomb damage assessment.
O’Neill: Unmanned?
Alar: Think of it as a demonstration, Colonel. Are not your people more likely to be forthcoming with assistance if we have something to offer in exchange?

O’Neill: Does this thing take quarters or…?

Jackson: Jack.
O’Neill: Daniel.
Jackson: Shouldn’t we ask them what they want the heavy water for?
O’Neill: Oh I don’t think so.

O’Neill: Next time I tell you to shut up.
Jackson: I didn’t hear you tell me to shut up.
O’Neill: Too subtle for you?
Jackson: Well for once, yes.

Jackson: I was speaking metaphorically.
O’Neill: Well stop it! It’s confusing to Teal’c.

O’Neill: You said they were unmanned.
Farrell: I said the reconnaissance craft was an unmanned drone. It presented an easy target and therefore a suitable demonstration. But their bombers are manned.. You have killed several of our enemy, Colonel. And we are grateful.

Alar: Perhaps it would be best if the Jaffa did not return.
O’Neill: Teal’c? Why? He hasn’t said a word.
Alar: It’s not what he said, it’s what he is.
O’Neill: Well he’s different, I’ll grant you that.
Alar: Not like us.

O’Neill: So, what’s your impression of Alar?
Teal’c: That he is concealing something.
O’Neill: Like what?
Teal’c: I am unsure. He is concealing it.

O’Neill: What’d you find out?
Jackson: They did it. They started the war. I don’t know how they did it, but they did.

Alar: It could have all been yours!
O’Neill: I wouldn’t follow us if I were you.