Stargate SG-1 Season 3

Fair Game


Ron Halder  Vince Crestejo

Hammond: Before we finish today, I have one other small bit of business. Please come to attention. “From the Vice Chief of Staff of the Air Force. In recognition of Captain Samantha Carter’s outstanding work I hereby authorize her immediate promotion to the rank of Major.”

Hammond: It is with great pleasure that I bestow upon you the responsibilities, the respect, and the rank of Major.
Carter: Thank you, sir.
O’Neill: Well done. Major.

O’Neill: Normally, I am a man of very few words. {he is beamed onto an Asgard ship} And in conclusion I’d like to say.

Thor: Greetings General O’Neill.
O’Neill: Greetings. Have we met?
Thor: I am Thor.

Thor: We received word of what transpired between your people and the Goa’uld named Hathor.
O’Neill: She had it coming.
Thor: As a result, the Goa’uld System Lords have turned their attention toward you.

Thor: I have come to offer our assistance.
O’Neill: Now see that would be appreciated. I have seen your work and it’s great.

Hammond: Colonel, do we need security?
O’Neill: No, I’ll vouch for him sir.

Thor: Three representatives from the System Lords will arrive by Stargate. You must be prepared to speak on behalf of all the inhabitants of Earth.
O’Neill: Well. Maybe not me, personally.
Thor: We have chosen you, O’Neill, to represent your planet at the proceedings.
O’Neill: Alright, now, see that could be a mistake.

Jackson: The second Goa’uld representative we’re expecting is Yu.
O’Neill: Me?
Jackson: Yu is the name of the Goa’uld.
O’Neill: Ah. Sorry.

Jackson: …however it should be noted that Yu did account for a number of notable positive influences.
O’Neill under his breath: Thank Yu.

Teal’c: I have given my allegiance to you, to the SGC and to the people of this world freely. I will however not see to the petty needs of these Goa’uld.
Jackson: I’ll… see to the petty needs of the Goa’uld, sir.

Carter about the System Lords: I just hate having them here.
O’Neill: Major. I hate having them anywhere.

Thor: We have an enemy in our home galaxy that is far worse than the Goa’uld.
O’Neill: Worse?

Thor: Our greatest advantage has been the feudal nature of the Goa’uld. Our greatest concern has been a single Goa’uld rising to dominant power. If Sokar were to overtake the System Lord collective, the Asgard may not have sufficient power to stop him.
O’Neill: So basically you guys are bluffing the Goa’uld big time.

Thor: These negotiations will not be easy. The Asgard will be required to make great sacrifices. As will you.

Thor: Do the System Lords accept the Asgard proposal?
Yu: The Goa’uld System Lords accept the Asgard proposal. And demand one additional concession. We want immediate and unconditional forfeiture of the Tau’ri Stargate.

Carter: I still don’t think Teal’c would do this.
O’Neill: Well neither do I, but the case against him just got a little more interesting, don’t you think?

Jackson: Hathor had the ability to appear and disappear.
O’Neill: Okay, she’s dead. {silence} Right? Please, tell me she’s dead.
Carter: Uh, yeah.

Teal’c: I did not attack Kronos.
Jackson: Well we believe you, Teal’c. But I don’t think anyone else is going to.
O’Neill: Certainly not those lying, scheming, no good, slimy, overdressed style mongers—
Carter: Sir. I’d like to try something.
O’Neill: I wasn’t finished.

Carter: We can’t prove anything, sir. All we know for sure is that Nirrti lied.
O’Neill: Kronos doesn’t know that. Nirrti doesn’t know what else we know.
Jackson: Which is nothing.
O’Neill: Quiet. But she doesn’t know we know nothing.
Hammond: What are you suggesting?
O’Neill: I’m just saying maybe it’s time we take a page out of the Asgard book on dealing with these Goa’ulds.
Jackson: You’re gonna bluff?
Hammond: Sounds risky, Colonel.
O’Neill: Yes sir.

Kronos: We will not attack your world. But if you continue to use your Stargate, be warned. Anyone who is caught by one of the System Lords will be shown no mercy. They will suffer greatly.
O’Neill: Well that certainly makes life more interesting.