Stargate SG-1 Season 1

Solitudes

1998.02.16    

Hammond: I need to know what went on back there, Teal’c.
Teal’c: We were under fire. Distant. Energy weapons of some kind. Possibly Goa’uld technology.
Hammond: So it’s possible Colonel O’Neill and Captain Carter were struck by enemy fire.
Teal’c: I do not think so. They were but a few meters behind me as I passed through the Gate.

Carter: Try to stay put, sir. I think your leg’s broken.
O’Neill: No, my leg’s definitely broken. What’s the bad news? Because unless they redecorated the Gateroom I don’t think we’re in Kansas anymore.
Carter: Daniel must have misdialed.
O’Neill: Misdialed? You mean this place is a wrong number? For cryin’ out loud.

Carter: I think we’re inside a deep crevasse of a glacier. If their Stargate’s been overrun by ice, possibly on a planet in the middle of an ice age.

Carter: We’re in trouble, sir.
O’Neill: Oh nonsense. We’ll just dial home and straighten all this out. Where’s the DHD?
Carter: Can’t find that either.
O’Neill: Oh. So. We’re in trouble.
Carter: We’re in trouble.

Carter: Okay, I think it’s set.
O’Neill: You think it’s set?
Carter: I’m positive. All we have to do is put a splint on it and it’ll be as good as new.
O’Neill: Just take it easy, Doctor.
Carter: Wrong kind of doctor, I’m afraid.
O’Neill: You wouldn’t think jagged bone digging into raw nerves would hurt, but it does.

Carter: What’s wrong with your chest?
O’Neill: I think I cracked a rib too.
Carter: Why didn’t you say something?
O’Neill: I was afraid you’d try to put a splint on it.

Carter: I didn’t know you could cook.
O’Neill: I can’t. But my melted ice is to die for.

Hammond: I formally reported Colonel O’Neill and Captain Carter missing in action.
Jackson: Why?
Hammond: Missing in action doesn’t mean we stop looking, Son.

O’Neill: It’s just very hard to sleep with broken ribs when someone’s lying on you.

Carter: Colonel?
O’Neill: That’s my sidearm, I swear. No giggling. Please.
Carter: If we don’t make it, I won’t have any regrets.
O’Neill: I’ll regret dying.

Teal’c: Why are you here?
Jackson: I couldn’t sleep. I was thinking that I must be missing something and now I realized. We ruled out a world that we shouldn’t have.

Jackson: What happens when you dial your own phone number? {Teal’c looks at him blankly} Wrong person to ask. What happens when you dial your own phone number?
Hammond: You get a busy signal.
Jackson: Exactly! What else could cause a vibration like that unless they were trying to dial home? They couldn’t get through.

O’Neill: It’s cold.
Carter: It’s all right. You can sleep now. It was an honor serving with you too, Colonel.

Carter: General. You came through the Stargate for us.
Hammond: Not exactly, Captain.