Stargate SG-1 Teal’c

Season 6


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Redemption : Part One

O’Neill: Hammond is insisting SG-1 needs a sociopolitical nerd to offset our overwhelming coolness.
Teal’c: Have you considered Jonas Quinn?
O’Neill: Now I know you’ve been practicing but I still can’t tell. Is that a joke?

Teal’c: Rya’c!
Rya’c: You dare show your face here? She is dead because of you.

Bra’tac: Teal’c chose your mother’s fate no more than he chose his own. We are all victims of the Goa’uld.
Teal’c: No Master Bra’tac, Rya’c is correct. I have failed both he and his mother.
Bra’tac: The boy passes judgment without ever having fought a single battle. to Rya’c: Hm? Fighting a war that appears unwinnable does not make one’s cause less noble.

Bra’tac: He directs his malice towards you because he believes you doubt him as much as he doubts himself.
Teal’c: Why would he believe such a thing?
Bra’tac: Because you are his father. And you have not told him otherwise.

Redemption : Part Two

Rya’c: I do not understand. There was at least eight of them.
Bra’tac: Ten.
Rya’c: How did neither of you get hit?
Teal’c: It is always more difficult to hit a moving target.
Bra’tac: It is also helpful to be lucky.


Jonas: Why would he bring me all the way out here if I’m not going to be allowed to contribute anything?
Teal’c: This is your first mission. It may take some time for Colonel O’Neill to gain confidence in your abilities.
Jonas: So it was the same for you?
Teal’c: No it was not.

Jonas: Those of us who weren’t originally from the planet Earth gotta stick together, right?
Teal’c: Are you suggesting an alien conspiracy?


O’Neill: I forgot to tape The Simpsons. {Teal’c just stares at him} It’s important to me.

Dr. Fraiser: We didn’t do anything, sir. She revived herself. It’s as if the thawing process triggered an internal response telling her body to come back to life.
O’Neill: But not a snakehead, right?
Dr. Fraiser: No sir.
O’Neill: All right. Then what are we dealing with here?
Dr. Fraiser: Something not humanly possible. Not as far as I know.
Teal’c: Then she may indeed be not of this planet.
Carter: As far as we knew up until now, all human life in the galaxy was transported to two other planets from Earth by the Goa’uld. Now the odds of a totally alien lifeform evolving to look exactly like us is astronomical.

Teal’c: I do not believe Colonel O’Neill would choose to become a To’kra.
Thoran: I am aware of the Colonel’s dislike for our kind. However I am surprised that you think he would choose death over blending.


Teal’c: Our attempts to gather information from the town have proved equally fruitless.
Jonas: I wouldn’t say that. Don’t tell me you haven’t noticed how strangely people have been acting around here.
Carter: What are you talking about?
Jonas: Well for instance, that man there, right behind Teal’c? He hasn’t realized it, but he’s put eight cubes of sugar in his coffee. That lady over at the counter? Has been reading the same article for half-an-hour. Since we sat down, that waitress has dropped her tray twice. The cook has gotten three orders wrong, including my hamburger. Which I ordered medium rare but is in fact well-done. I’ve been noticing similar behavior all morning. It’s like the entire town’s half-asleep.

Teal’c: You have much to learn about humans.
Jonas: That’s kind of my point. How are we supposed to fit in if we spend all our time on base?

Teal’c: I have a sufficient understanding of Earth culture.
Jonas: But you’ll never really be one of them.
Teal’c: This is not my home. When my time with SG-1 is done, I will return to Chulak with my son.
Jonas: I guess that’s the difference between us. I don’t think I’ll be able to go back.

Carter: What did happen at the bar?
Teal’c: We were met with hostility.
Carter: You didn’t say anything weird, did you?
Jonas: Why are you looking at me?

Teal’c: Still, the people of this town are behaving strangely. {Carter looks at him.} Even for humans.



Shadow Play

Teal’c: The Kelownan delegation will arrive soon. Is there a problem, Jonas Quinn?
Jonas: Just been, ah, so caught up in being a member of SG-1, I kinda forgot how this whole thing started.
Teal’c: We have take similar paths. I too was forced to betray all of that in which I had placed my faith.

The Other Guys

Felger: What do you think they’re talking about right now?
O’Neill: So T, who’re you taking in the Cup? {Teal’c doesn’t react}. Lord Stanley’s Cup…. Hockey. Remember, with the ice and skating. We went to a game last year.
Teal’c: Indeed. I believe the Canucks of Vancouver are superior warriors.
O’Neill: Canucks, eh?

Felger: Then you guys can get right back to saving the world. For the seventh time.
Teal’c: Eighth.
O’Neill: What, you’re counting?

Jonas: So what now?
Teal’c: We wait.
Jonas: Shouldn’t we be trying to escape?
O’Neill: Oddly? No. Won’t be long.
Jonas: Before what?
O’Neill: Oh, some overdressed, over-the-top bad guy floats in, gloating about whatever evil fate awaits us. … Wait for it. {The door opens}. See?

O’Neill: Carter. Be honest. The resume gag?
Teal’c: It needs work, O’Neill.


Fraiser: It checks out. The same bladed weapon killed both of them and probably the others too. Single thrust, up through the symbiote, continuing up, piercing his heart. He was dead before he hit the ground.
O’Neill: Nirrti’s been working out.
Teal’c: Not Nirrti. An Ashrak.


Teal’c: Goa’uld symbiotes.
Jonas: Are you sure?
Teal’c: Yes. And there are a great many.

Jonas: Wait a minute. “Here lies Egeria, betrayer of the Goa’uld. May she … suffer for all eternity.” Egeria. Dr. Jackson’s notes mention her. Isn’t she supposed to have been killed?
Teal’c: Indeed she was. Yet this would seem to indicate otherwise.
Jonas: That means—
Teal’c: The queen the Pangarans are breeding is not Goa’uld. She is the origin of the Tok’ra.


Unnatural Selection

Thor: We have done all that we can and failed, O’Neill. You and your team represent our last hope.
O’Neill: Yeah. Great. So, no pressure. Right?
Thor: If you have in fact made your decision not to undertake this task, I will inform the Council.
O’Neill: Just… give me a minute here, okay?
Teal’c: Are you reconsidering, O’Neill?
O’Neill: I’m considering reconsidering.

Jonas: This can’t be the only structure on the entire planet.
O’Neill: I’d be willing to bet the bugs ate everything else.
Jonas: Then where are they?
Carter: Sir, you’re not gonna like this.
Jonas: What is it?
Teal’c: This planet’s surface appears to be covered with Replicator blocks.

Sight Unseen

Hammond: Welcome home, SG-1. How did it go?
O’Neill: Oh, you know General how I love those sandy planets.
Teal’c: The wind was most pleasant.
O’Neill: Jaffa sarcasm at its finest, General.

Smoke & Mirrors

Jonas: I know you’ve been on secret missions before. We’re not always privy to the details.
O’Neill: I wasn’t on a mission, Jonas. I was in Minnesota. On vacation.
Teal’c: Did you encounter anyone that can verify your story?
O’Neill: I was twenty miles from the closest town. Alone. That was the point.

Jonas: How’d you learn how to drive?
Teal’c: Daniel Jackson instructed me.
Jonas: When was that?
Teal’c: I believe the year was 1969.

Paradise Lost

Teal’c: Are you able to translate any of this, Jonas Quinn?
Jonas: It’s not Ancient, but it’s definitely a language belonging to one of the races of the Ancient alliance.
O’Neill: Nox? Asgard?
Jonas: Furlings.
O’Neill: D’oh! No, not those guys.
Jonas: What?
O’Neill: Oh, I don’t know. I just can’t imagine cute little furry things making big powerful weapons, that’s all.
Jonas: I don’t even know what they look like.
O’Neill: “Furling”. Sounds cute and fuzzy to me.


Teal’c: Nirrti is most interested in creating the perfect human host in order to increase her power.
O’Neill: So. She’s at it again.
Carter: No, sir. This is worse.
Dr. Fraiser: Sam’s right. Up to now, Nirrti’s been using Eugenics. Like with Cassandra’s people. Selectively breeding only those that demonstrated specific genetic attributes.
Carter: With a machine that can alter DNA and a population with which to experiment, Nirrti could create a new host or even alter the DNA of her current one.
Jonas: A Goa’uld with the powers of a Hok’taur.



Teal’c: The Celt were formidable warriors in their time. Their decendants may be valuable allies.
O’Neill: You’ve seen Braveheart too often.

The Changeling

Dr. Fraiser: I’ve never heard of a Jaffa fainting before, let alone you.
Teal’c: I did not faint, Dr. Fraiser.
Carter: Sorry Teal’c, but you did. One minute I was talking to you about the upcoming mission and the next you were laying flat on your back.

Teal’c: My mind was filled with images. Thoughts of me, yet I was not entirely myself.
Dr. Fraiser: Happens to humans all the time.
O’Neill: It’s called dreaming, Teal’c.

Teal’c: My symbiote is gone.
O’Neill: Fraiser just gave you a clean bill of health.
Teal’c: My symbiote is gone! My symbiote is gone!

Jackson: Both can’t be real.
Teal’c: No.
Jackson: So you’re trying to figure out which of the two lives you seem to be leading is the real one. So that you can stay there. Or here. Or wherever it is you’re supposed to be once and for all.

Jackson: Maybe the answer to that question is something you haven’t even considered. Maybe neither one is real.
Teal’c: What?
Jackson: Think about it. If you can’t distinguish between them, if the one seems equally as real as the other. Maybe you don’t belong in either one.
Teal’c: Then what do I do?
Jackson: Hang in there. Just a little while longer.
Teal’c: You can’t leave me here like this!
Jackson: I haven’t left your side, Teal’c. And I’m not going to. That’s a promise.


Teal’c: Have we not been assigned to participate in the damage control effort?
O’Neill: Yes. And if there’s ever any damage I’ll do my best to control it.

Colonel Ronson: Weapons officer. Prepare to fire on my command.
O’Neill to Teal’c: He’s a weapons officer. You’d think he’d already be prepared.
Teal’c: Indeed.
Ronson: The bridge isn’t exactly where you’re supposed to be during a battle drill.
O’Neill: No. I’ve been meaning to talk to you about that.
Ronson: Can it wait until we are not in the middle of a drill?
O’Neill: When are we not in the middle of a drill?

O’Neill: Teal’c, prepare to assist in damage control.
Teal’c: I am prepared, O’Neill.
O’Neill: See how melodramatic that sounds? It’s unnecessary.

Jonas: Wait a minute. If I’m wrong about there being a Stargate on this planet, we’re losing our only means of getting home.
Teal’c: It would appear there is little choice.

Carter: Sir I’ve been scanning for naquadah traces with the ship’s sensors in an effort to determine the location of the Stargate. So far I’ve got nothing.
Teal’c: Could the information on the cartouche be incorrect?
Carter: It hasn’t been wrong yet.
Jonas: If they don’t accept our apology finding the Stargate’s going to be the least of our problems.


Teal’c: We have encountered many strange phenomenon, Jonas Quinn. But I have yet to meet anyone who ca see the future.
Carter: It goes against all the laws of physics as we understand them.

Teal’c: Are you still having visions, Jonas Quinn?
Jonas: Not since the surgery, no.
O’Neill: So no lottery numbers? No trip to Vegas just you and me?

Full Circle

Hammond: Colonel, how’d you come by this intel?
O’Neill: I didn’t say?
Hammond: No, you didn’t.
O’Neill: Daniel told me.
Jonas: You saw Dr. Jackson?
O’Neill: Actually it’s not the first time.
Carter: Well is he all right?
What else did he say?
O’Neill: Woah. wait. You guys don’t think I’m… nuts or anything like that?
Teal’c: I too have recently seen Daniel Jackson.
Carter: Really?
O’Neill: Why didn’t you say something?
Teal’c: Why did you not say?
O’Neill: Well to be honest I wasn’t quite sure it was really happening the first time.

Jackson: The Goa’uld Anubis used to be figured out how to ascend.
Teal’c: He was believed to have been dead for quite some time.
Jackson: The others didn’t want him.
Jonas: Well that’s understandable.
Jackson: They sent him back. At least they tried. But not all the way.
Carter: What is he now?
Jackson: He’s still some form of energy.