Stargate SG-1 Season 6



Corin Nemec

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Dollen: They are sending their most respected team of representatives. No doubt the leader of this group will be a brilliant and savvy negotiator. We must be on our best to match the challenge. Personally, I can not wait to meet a man of such genius.
O’Neill: Howdy folks!

Commander Tagar: From our study of the ancient temple, we have been able to deduce the Stargate was an interplanetary transportation device. But we haven’t determined how to make a connection with the many worlds described in the writings in the temple.
Carter: It took us awhile to get the hang of it too.

O’Neill: Qu’est-ce que c’est?
Dollen: We call it tretonin, Colonel. It is our greatest scientific discovery.
Carter: How so?
Dollen: Major Carter, from what you have told me of your world people suffer from a myriad of illnesses, many of them are untreatable. Tretonin makes our immune systems impervious to any ailment. We live in perfect health.

Jonas: Looks like we’re alone.
Zenna: What do you suppose this means?
Jonas: You said there was something we needed to know about the tretonin.
Zenna: I’m sorry, you must have misunderstood.
Jonas: No, I think you were pretty clear.

Jonas: Zenna, if you know something—
Zenna: No, I don’t.

Teal’c: Goa’uld symbiotes.
Jonas: Are you sure?
Teal’c: Yes. And there are a great many.

Commander Tagar: Would you care to tell us what you were doing at the tretonin facility?
O’Neill: You want to tell us why you have a pool full of Goa’uld symbiotes?
Dollen: You have betrayed our openness with you.
O’Neill: Openness? You’re raising Goa’ulds. When were you going to tell us that?

Dollen: Quite frankly, we wanted to tell you how the tretonin was made—eventually. We just wanted to first assess how you might react.
O’Neill: “Not well.”

Jonas: I have an admission to make. You know Teal’c and I tracked down the tretonin facility.
Zanna: Yes, I heard.
Jonas: Yeah. Well I did it by going through your stuff when you weren’t here. I was wrong.
Zanna: I know.
Jonas: What, you know it was wrong, or…
Zanna: I know you did. I saw you.
Jonas: Really? ‘Cause I thought that we were, were…
Zanna: Not so good.

Malek: As you know, memories passed on genetically by the queen allow them to be born with the collective knowledge of their lineage.
Kelmaa: It is possible that the queen that spawned him was unable to pass on this information to her progeny.
O’Neill: Unable?
Malek: The knowledge imparted on her young by a queen is done so voluntarily.
Kelmaa: In this case, if nothing were passed on to the symbiote it would be, as you say, an empty vessel.
Carter: Can you remove it without harming the host?
Kelmaa: Possibly. Although such a procedure would be dangerous.

O’Neill: So you wanted the Gate addresses to Goa’uld worlds because you wanted to snag another queen?
Dollen: Colonel, we have no choice but to replace the one we have.

Jonas: Wait a minute. “Here lies Egeria, betrayer of the Goa’uld. May she … suffer for all eternity.” Egeria. Dr. Jackson’s notes mention her. Isn’t she supposed to have been killed?
Teal’c: Indeed she was. Yet this would seem to indicate otherwise.
Jonas: That means—
Teal’c: The queen the Pangarans are breeding is not Goa’uld. She is the origin of the Tok’ra.

Tagar: I’m sorry, but you ask the impossible.
Malek: She is our queen. Her freedom is not open for negotiation.
Dollen: We deeply regret who she is, but freeing her would mean death for many of our people.

O’Neill: Oh come on, Carter, face it. With all their high morals and fancy preaching about coexisting with humans, we are just a nice place to live.
Carter: I don’t think that we would just lie outright and doom thousands of innocent people.
O’Neill: The Tok’ra laying there on that table just did.
Dollen: Egeria has awakened.