Jackson: The central icon of the religion seems to be fire.
Vala: I don’t need a book to tell me that.
Jackson: That would make sense. Fire is light, energy, warmth. And yet on Earth at some point fire became associated with demonic imagery. Things that are evil. Hell not Heaven.
Jackson: I was wondering if the Ancients had something to do with that.
Vala: Tell you what. Why don’t we flip to the end and let’s see how it all turns out, hm?
Prior: Devotion is rewarded. Those who stray must be guided back to the path.
Vala: Seems to me those who stray get burnt to death.
Jackson: This is bad.
Vala: Worse than being burned to death?
Jackson: It appears our ascended Ancients and the Ori have a slight difference of opinion. See, the Ori seem to think that because they’re ascended, human beings should worship them. All humans.
Vala: And if we don’t.
Jackson: Then we aren’t worthy of living and should be destroyed.
Vala: I don’t think enlightenment means what they think it means.
Prior: I have come to spread the word to the unbelievers who have been sheltered and raised by evil.
Mitchell: You have no idea how much he sounds like my grandma.
Jackson: Hey. Wow. What the hell are you doing here?
O’Neill: Nice to see you too.
Jackson: No, sorry. I just wasn’t expecting to see you.
Well I was in the neighborhood. And I’ve got a little surprise for Mitchell.
Jackson: Oh. Yeah he loved the last one.