Stargate SG-1 Season 6



Colin Cunningham  Corin Nemec  George Wyner  Ian Tracey  John de Lancie

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Carter: To tell you the truth, sir, I didn’t know what to say. She caught me completely off-guard.
Hammond: You did the right thing, Major. Our official policy is to deny everything.
Carter: Unfortunately in this case I don’t think it’s going to be enough.

Al Martell (George Wyner): Julia, when the president of the United States kills your story, that’s it. Game over. You go forward with this, they could charge you with treason.

O’Neill: This is an insanely bad idea.

Al Martell: I guess a couple of billion dollars doesn’t buy what it used to.
Jonas: You’d be surprised.

Al Martell: You’re saying little green men helped you build this?
Carter: Actually, they’re grey.

Jonas: Fairbanks?
Carter: Better than Roswell.

Julia Donovan: What is it?
Jonas: Someone’s trying to lock down the ship. I can’t stop them but I think I can slow them down.

Smith (Ian Tracey): You’re currently holding two prisoners we want released. Colonel Frank Simmons and Adrian Conrad. You have exactly three hours or we blow up your ship.

Donovan: Al, why are you doing this?
Martell: They’re paying me.
Donovan: We’re supposed to be friends.
Martell: They’re paying me a lot.

Major Davis: Colonel, you either give me what I need and we make arrangements, or we make a U-turn and I take you right back to your box.
Col. Simmons (John De Lancie): Seems to me that you’re in a bit of a bind now, aren’t you? Fortunately for you, I am willing to board the X-303 in the interest of saving lives. Of course I’m going to need a change of clothes. Something nice.

Col. Simmons: Spare me the Super Villain riff. You’re on the clock here.

O’Neill: Okay. Let’s go home.
Carter: Well, sir, it’s possible that when the hyper-drive was brought online no one fully accounted for the instability of the naquadria.
O’Neill: Who does?
Carter: Well what I’m saying is, if I don’t know where we are, I can’t plot a course for home.

Carter: Sir, based on the amount of time we spent in hyperspace, I’d estimate we’re at least twelve hundred light years from Earth.
O’Neill: How does that help us?
Carter: Ah, it doesn’t.

O’Neill: Thor. Buddy! Nice timing.
Thor: It has been some time, O’Neill.

O’Neill: Can you help us out here?
Thor: It is in fact we who need your help. The Asgard home world has been overrun by replicators. We have need of both you and your ship.