Stargate SG-1 Season 3



Colin Cunningham

O’Neill: You know maybe it’s just me, but I always thought when one got some leave one actually left.

O’Neill: Land of sky blue waters… loofahs… “Ya sure, you betcha, snookums”… mosquitoes… {he beams out} Home of the loons…

Thor: Under my command, the Beliskner was called into battle against an enemy we have named “Replicators.” During the battle, this ship became infested by the technology. The Replicators accessed the computer which contained information about your planet and plotted a course here. The crew was transported off the ship. I destroyed the outbound transporter technology to prevent the Replicators from escaping and remained in the hopes of stopping the Beliskner from reaching Earth. If you are watching this recording, then I have failed. And I have also likely doomed you to certain death.

Hammond: Welcome back, Major.
Major Davis: General, I wish it wasn’t always under such unusual circumstances.

Thor: The Replicators were brought aboard the Asgard ship for study before the danger could be fully comprehended.
O’Neill: We do that all the time. We would have expected more from you guys.

O’Neill: I understand you’re not being a particularly cooperative patient.

O’Neill: Teal’c, come on! Come on! Breathe! {his eyes open} Oh yeah. That’s following orders.

Jackson: Sir, I know there’s no reason for me to be here but I just, I feel like I should be here. That’s not totally true. I feel like actually I should be up there with them.
Hammond: Now you know how I feel most of the time.

O’Neill: Think you can fix that beam down thing?
Carter: Not without Thor’s help, sir.

Teal’c: Thor was correct. We are about to die.
O’Neill: Come on, Teal’c. Lighten up. We’ve been in these situations before.
Carter: No sir, we haven’t.
O’Neill: We haven’t?

Major Davis: I’m sure you were right, Dr. Jackson. The point of commandeering the Stargate had to be an escape.
Jackson: I just hope they made it out in time.