Stargate SG-1 Season 4

The Serpent’s Venom


Carmen Argenziano

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Carter: …The mine will think that Apophis’ ship is firing a weapon, move toward it, and explode.
Hammond: Sounds very risky.
O’Neill: Insane might be another word.

Jacob: Once we’ve moved the mine inside we’re gonna need all the room we can get.
Jackson: What about the escape pods?
Jacob: If that mine touches anything in here, escape pods aren’t going to do us any good.

O’Neill: Do you understand any of that?
Carter: It’s all Phoenician to me, sir.

Jackson: Uh oh.
O’Neill: What uh oh?
Jacob: Don’t you recognize the symbols?
Jackson: What symbols?

Carter: Okay what do I do?
Jacob: Pretty sure you touch it.
O’Neill: “Pretty sure”?
Jacob: The last time a Tok’ra was sent to attempt this they were never heard from again.
O’Neill: Well that’s news.

Rak’nor: Do you not believe your soul will be forever punished?
Teal’c: The Goa’uld are parasites. They use Jaffa as incubators until they are ready to take human hosts. I have seen the world from which they originated. I have stood beside the swamps from which they first arose. They are made of flesh and blood just like you or I.
Rak’nor: Lies!
Teal’c: Why would I lie if there was a chance that they gods? If I thought my soul would be forever punished, why would I lie?

Rak’nor: You believe this so strongly you risk dying in sin?
Teal’c: I believe it so strongly that I fight to live with every last bit of strength I have.

Carter: Just trust me. It’s a math thing.

Rak’nor: And you will never admit that he is a god?
Teal’c: Never.
Rak’nor: You are either insane or—

Jacob: We could not have predicted that Apophis would bring a cloaked fleet into the minefield.
Carter: So what now?
Jacob: Apophis will easily absorb Heru’ur’s forces into his own. He is now a bigger threat than ever before.