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Daniel 'enjoying' a power bar

Sport: While not terribly interested in sports, he once bet on curling, and won the big bonspiel. At least, that's what Jack told Sam, although she had another theory (4.18 "The Light").

Transportation: Daniel drives a red/orange vintage military jeep-like vehicle whose exact model is unknown. It might be a Willy's Overland Jeepster (7.21 "Lost City Part 1").

Television: He prefers The History Channel to cooking and decorating shows (8.07 "Affinity").

Drink: Coffee, definitely. In particular, Sumatra Mandheling. One cream, two sugars (9.13 "Ripple Effect").

Breakfast food: Waffles (4.6 "Window of Opportunity").

Fruit: Apples and bananas (4.18 "The Light").

Candy bar: 5th Avenue (Stargate, the Movie). He also enjoys SGC-issue energy-inducing 'Power' bars (4.08 "The First Ones", 7.07 "Enemy Mine", 7.10 "Birthright").

Cookie: Chocolate walnut (3.10 "Forever in a Day").

Animals/Pets: Animals in general seem to like him, starting with the aristocratic Egyptian cat he petted in Stargate the Movie. He kept a fish tank in his apartment (1.12 "Fire and Water") which is now in his office, presumably taken there during the time Daniel was ascended by his replacement on SG-1, Jonas Quinn, who referred to them as his fish and returned custody of them to Daniel when he went back to Kelowna (7.02 "Homecoming Part 2"). After seven years of piscine ownership, we can reasonably deduce that Daniel is committed to his fish.

Daniel has mentioned minor attempts to communicate with dogs (2.19 "One False Step"). Jack is very fond of dogs and Cassandra has one, courtesy of the colonel (1.15 "Singularity"). So presumably Daniel has had some contact with them, but how he actually feels about them is unknown, apart from the fact they're poor conversationalists.

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