McKay: She’s not going to be happy when she wakes up, is she? She is going to wake up. Isn’t she?
Rya’c: I do not understand. There was at least eight of them.
Rya’c: How did neither of you get hit?
Teal’c: It is always more difficult to hit a moving target.
Bra’tac: It is also helpful to be lucky.
Carter: You’re creepin’ me out, McKay.
Carter: What’cha thinkin’?
McKay: Besides the fact that these guys are morons? she laughs. What do you think the little alien guy’s doing down there?
McKay: You know, it’s the stupidest thing, but it’s been bugging me since I got here.
Carter: What’s that?
McKay: We’re inside a mountain. The gate obviously can’t fit through any of these doors.
Carter: So how did we get it in here.
Carter: Ceiling retracts. Above it is a shaft that leads to the surface and inside is a crane mechanism that hoisted the gate down.
McKay: Does it go up?
Carter: Sir. You do realize that if this works we won’t have a Stargate anymore.
Hammond: It did occur to me.
McKay: Well. Uh… let me know if I can help.
Carter: I will. Thanks. Carter kisses McKay on the cheek.
McKay: That means you don’t hate me.
Carter: Maybe. Too bad for you.
Carter: I was more attracted to you when I did.
O’Neill: You sure you want to take this with you, Sir?
Hammond: We’re closed for business. I was supposed to retire five years ago. We don’t know how long it’s going to be before we can reestablish a Stargate program, if ever.
O’Neill: Actually, I just meant it says “Property of U.S. Air Force” on it.
Jonas: I don’t want you to exonerate me. I just want to be given the opportunity to prove I can make a difference.
O’Neill: Good guess on the green.