Stargate SG-1 Teal’c

Season 7


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Teal’c: Do you not recognize us, Daniel Jackson?
Jackson: I’m sorry. {he walks off}
O’Neill: Not even me?

Teal’c: I am unable to kel nor’eem as I once did since I began using tretonin.
Jackson: Well that sounds complicated.
Teal’c: Indeed.


Teal’c: Lord Yu is not a god.
Oshu (Kevan Ohtsji): There was a time when I would have struck you down for speaking those words.

Fragile Balance

Teal’c: Are you conducting some sort of scientific experiment O’Neill?
Young O’Neill: Hey, come on, that salsa’s still good.

Jackson: Okay, well… there’s no easy way to tell you this so… Sam’s just gonna come right out and say it.
Sam gives him a look.
Carter: Well, sir… as you know, the Asgard depend on a cloning technology…
Young O’Neill: Oh, for cryin’ out loud.
Teal’c: You have been cloned, O’Neill.


Fraiser: The staff blast hit you directly in the symbiote pouch. If you weren’t on tretonin…
Teal’c: I would be dead. Ironic.
Fraiser: Well. You’re not out of the woods yet.
Teal’c: Woods?

Teal’c: Ryac is with Bra’tac. They are attempting to recruit rebel Jaffa. I have not heard from them and do not expect to for some time.

Jackson: What’s with the, ah… ?
Teal’c: O’Neill. I believe his offer of the colored gelatins is an attempt to sympathise.
Jackson: Well he’s thoughtful that way.

Fraiser: Teal’c. I’m clearing you for active duty.
Teal’c: I am not ready.

Teal’c: Don’t give me the eyebrow.

Teal’c: Forgive me, O’Neill.
O’Neill: No. There’s nothing to forgive. You’re still twice as strong as I’ll ever be and you’ve got two good knees.
Teal’c: Then the answer to your question is no. I do not feel I am fit for active duty.
O’Neill: Okay. I can accept that. For now.

Teal’c: As I lay near death, I began to dream. You used your abilities to appear to me in that dream.
O’Neill: I did?
Teal’c: Indeed. When I had sufficiently recovered, you appeared to me again. And that is when I knew.. you had stayed with me and watched over me for three days. And that is the reason I am eternally grateful to you, Daniel Jackson. And why I wholeheartedly believe you concerning Ryac.

Teal’c: If I die, it is my wish that you should watch over Ryac.
O’Neill: Well let’s see it doesn’t come to that.

Teal’c: Colonel O’Neill has officially informed me that I have my mojo back.


Kendrick: I realize that Nevin deserves a chance for much more than this world could ever offer.
Teal’c: Are you certain? This is not a decision to be taken lightly.
Kendrick: I want my son to grow up in a world where the sky and the clouds aren’t part of an illusion created by a computer.
O’Neill: Well that’s good enough for me.


Teal’c: That is not Daniel Jackson.
Hammond: But is he a Gou’ald?
Dr. Fraiser: No, sir. Although at the moment he’s every bit as arrogant.
Hammond: Well then is Dr. Jackson suffering from some sort of mental illness?
Dr. Fraiser: I honestly don’t know, sir. His preliminary EEG readings are like nothing I’ve ever seen. On one hand, there’s indication of coma. But at the same time we’re seeing readings like those of a dozen people all jumbled together.

Enemy Mine

Teal’c: They are preparing to attack.
Edwards: Let ’em come. We’re ready.
Jackson: No, you’re not.

Space Race

Teal’c: I am in your debt, Major Carter.
Carter: Indeed.

Eamon: This is my cousin.
Teal’c: Murray.
Eamon: Mm. Twice removed.

Evolution : Part Two

Bra’tac: Teal’c, are you hurt?
Teal’c: Indeed.
Bra’tac: Where?
Teal’c: My pride.


Teal’c: Major Carter. Hear me. You must remain conscious at all costs.
Carter: I just need to rest for awhile.
Teal’c: You can not! Listen to me: You are injured. If you sleep you will die. Do you understand?
Carter: I know.
Teal’c: If you sleep, you will die!

Teal’c: Everything may not be as it seems.
Carter: Thanks. But the fact that I’m talking to someone who isn’t even here kind of speaks to that.
Teal’c: On the contrary. I think it’s you that’s not here.
Carter: What are you talking about?
Teal’c: I believe you and the crew are being held as prisoners aboard the other vessel that attacked you.
Carter: How do you know?
Teal’c: It is possible they are probing your mind.

Teal’c: You’re like a brother to me.
O’Neill: You’re like, what, a hundred and forty?
Teal’c: A younger brother perhaps.


Jackson: This is diplomacy, Jack. This is the way the game is played. It takes patience.
O’Neill: Yeah? Well I’m fresh out.
Teal’c: As am I.
O’Neill: I think you’re on your own.


Teal’c: Did you not say that Sarah introduced the tablet to you during one of the dreams?
Jackson: Yeah.
Teal’c: And that you feel that you have no control over the dreams.
Jackson: Yeah.
Carter: Teal’c?
Teal’c: The Goa’uld possess the technology to explore one’s memory.

O’Neill: Teal’c’s picking out his donuts. He loves a good stakeout.

Heroes : Part One

Bregman: Why are you sitting there if you’re not going to answer any of the questions?
Teal’c: Because I was requested to be General Hammond.
Bregman: I see. And he didn’t happen to mention to you that part of this involved actually saying something?
Teal’c: No.

Lost City : Part One

O’Neill: You are so wrong. It’s the perfect analogy. Burns as Goa’uld.
Teal’c: They are merely animated characters, O’Neill.
O’Neill: You are so shallow.
Jackson: Oh please. Teal’c is one of the deepest people I know.

O’Neill: Three days from now is a Thursday. Thursday’s not good for us.
Carter: Why now?
Teal’c: Anubis believes that we know the location of the Lost City.
Carter: We don’t.
Not yet.

Lost City : Part Two

Jackson: I don’t think this is it, Sam.
Carter: What do you mean?
Jackson: The dome is too small. Teonas. It’s obviously not a city, it’s just an outpost of some kind.
Carter: This isn’t Atlantis?
Jackson: I don’t think so.
Teal’c: If this is not the Lost City, then where is it?