Stargate SG-1 Season 10

Talion

2007.02.20    

Beau Bridges  Craig Fairbrass  Eric Breker  John Tench  Peter Kent  Tony Amendola

Landry: I already issued a new memo to all teams to consider the investigation a top priority.
Mitchell: I don’t think a memo’s going to cut it as far as Teal’c’s concerned, sir.
Landry: I take it you tried to talk him out of leaving.
Mitchell: Yes sir. Like sticking my foot out to trip a freight train. I can’t say that I blame him, sir.
Landry: I don’t either. He’s here of his own free will. He can leave if he wants to.

Mitchell: So I was thinking, we could zat him, toss him in a holding cell until he comes to his senses.
Vala: I was thinking it’s not too late to go with him.
Jackson: I offered. He doesn’t want us to.

Lizan (John Tench): Don’t expect me to shed a tear for you and your kind. I don’t care what you and your friends from the Tau’ri have done. You Jaffa enslaved my people for generations. And don’t tell me you were only following orders for your masters. You lived like kings compared to us. And don’t think I will soon forget.

Colonel Reynolds (Eric Breker): It seems Arkad is planning a fairly major play to impress his new friends. Word floating around that this naquadah is being stockpiled in various locations for use by Arkad. In a coordinated attack on Earth.

Ba’kal (Peter Kent): Where are you going?
Teal’c: I am leaving. You are about to explode.

Vala: So what does this Arkad have to gain by attacking Earth.
Mitchell: Maybe he’s trying to up his street cred.

Arkad (Craig Fairbrass): It’s a shame Teal’c is not here. We have not had the pleasure of seeing each other in many years.
Landry: We couldn’t guarantee your safety if he was here.

Landry: Let’s cut the crap. We all know you’re here for one reason. Make your demands.
Arkad: I have no demands. I understand your mistrust. Please, I implore you, believe me when I say I will use all of my vast resources at my disposal to thwart this most heinous threat to your world. All I ask in return is to allow the Jaffa people to believe in what they choose.

Landry: If he succeeds in killing Arkad—even if he tries and fails—it will be hard to convince people that he was acting alone.
Carter: So you want us to try and stop him.
Landry: The IOA is adamant that Earth and specifically the SGC take no action against Arkad. I’ve been charged with ordering you to find Teal’c. And stop him at all costs.

Mitchell: Teal’c, I know you’re out there buddy. If you can hear me, I don’t know what you think’s going on here but we’re here to help. {he’s suddenly fired upon} Okay! that was a lie!

Arkad: It’s a shame you won’t live to see me bring the Tau’ri to their knees.

Bra’tac: There is a time when you have come away from such a battle without a scratch.
Teal’c: I am alive.
Bra’tac: Indeed.