Stargate SG-1 Season 3

Forever in a Day


Erick Avari  Vaitiare Bandera

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Carter: We were on P8X-873. We were freeing the Abydonians whom the Goa’uld had taken as slaves.
O’Neill: Kasuf sent for us.
Jackson: Sha’re was there.
Carter: Yeah.
O’Neill: She’s dead, Daniel. I’m sorry.
Jackson: How?
Teal’c: It is I who am responsible. I was forced to fire upon and terminate the life of Sha’re. Although I assure you, it was done only to save your life.
Jackson: No.
Carter: No?
Jackson: No. They have a sarcophagus. Her guards put her in the sarcophagus. She’s out there somewhere alive.

Jackson: You should have waited longer. I would have gotten through to her.
O’Neill: She was trying to kill you, Daniel.
Jackson: No she wasn’t trying to kill me. Amonet was trying to kill me.
Teal’c: I have seen many humans killed by Goa’uld ribbon devices. You would have been dead in mere seconds had I not acted.
O’Neill: Teal’c did the right thing, Daniel.
Teal’c: I am sorry Share is dead. However you are my friend. If I had to do it again I would do the same.

Sha’re: Daniel, I only came to tell you about the boy.
Jackson: What about him?

Hammond: Is there something I can help you with, Dr. Jackson?
Jackson: Yes sir. I’ve come to tender my resignation.
Hammond: I won’t accept it.
Jackson: I’m not military, sir. And it’s a free country. Last I checked anyway.
Hammond: You’re obviously in an emotional state right now. You’re making rash decisions. Why don’t you take some personal time. Then see how you feel.
Jackson: That’s not necessary, sir. I joined this program so that I could find my wife. I found her. End of story.

O’Neill: You should meet the whiz kid they saddled us with while you’re out of commission.
Jackson: Robert Rothman. He was my research assistant when I was doing my dissertation. Smart guy. Ah, had a good teacher.
O’Neill: Geek.
Jackson: Yes. You used to call me that.
O’Neill: I was talking about you.

O’Neill: We both know you can’t stay away.
Jackson: Then I guess we’re both wrong. Because I’m gone.
O’Neill: Give it a week. You’ll miss me.

Teal’c: Is there not some form of human ritual in which I may ask your forgiveness?
Jackson: No.

O’Neill: Well. It’s been a pleasure doing business with you. Dr. Jackson.

Sha’re: You must continue. So you can find the boy.
Jackson: Where is he?
Sha’re: To continue your travels, you must first forgive Teal’c. He did what is right.
Jackson: He killed you.
Sha’re: Yes.
Jackson: But you’re here.
Sha’re: Yes. Now go back to sleep.

Jackson: It was a beautiful ceremony, Good Father.
Kasuf: It was. My heart is still burdened.
Jackson: Why? Your daughter is with the God.
Kasuf: Yes. But you still have not heard her.
Jackson: I don’t understand.
Kasuf: What she has to say is important. To all of our future.

Sha’re: You must forgive Teal’c.
Jackson: Yes. You already told me that.
Sha’re: And together you must find the boy.
Jackson: Why?
Kasuf: For he is Harcesis. The One Who Holds the Secrets.
Sha’re: The boy is the son of two Goa’uld hosts. He contains all the secrets of the Goa’uld. You must find him.

Jackson: How’d you get in here?
O’Neill: Got sick of waiting in the hall so I let us in. You… need a new lock, by the way.

Jackson: What happens if two Goa’ulded hosts have a child?
Teal’c: It is strictly forbidden. Punishable by death.
Jackson: Really? Why?
Teal’c: If two hosts were to mate and have a child, that child would contain all the knowledge of the Goa’uld.
Jackson: So the genetic memory that Goa’uld have in their DNA is passed on to the human offspring.
Teal’c: That is correct. Such children are called Harcesis. These children are hunted down and destroyed by the Goa’uld with great impunity.
Jackson: So the offspring—the Harcesis—would contain all the knowledge, all the secrets of the Goa’uld that—
Teal’c: Yes, Daniel.

Jackson: I’ve given it some thought and I decided I’d like to come back.
O’Neill: May I ask what changed your mind? You were fairly. adamant.
Jackson: I don’t know. Let’s just say that there’s something through the Stargate that I think I still have to be the one to find.
O’Neill: Now see, I’ve missed that. I have no idea what he means but I buy it.

Jackson: Keb is a myth.
Sha’re: No.
Jackson: Where is it?
Sha’re: Promise me you will save the child.
Jackson: I promise.

Teal’c: I am sorry, Daniel Jackson.
Jackson: You did the right thing, Teal’c.