- 1 Season One
- 1.1 1.01 Children Of The Gods Part 1
- 1.2 1.02 Children Of The Gods Part 2
- 1.3 1.03 The Enemy Within
- 1.4 1.04 Emancipation
- 1.5 1.05 The Broca Divide
- 1.6 1.06 The First Commandment
- 1.7 1.07 Cold Lazarus
- 1.8 1.08 The Nox
- 1.9 1.09 Brief Candle
- 1.10 1.10 Thor's Hammer
- 1.11 1.11 The Torment Of Tantalus
- 1.12 1.12 Bloodlines
- 1.13 1.13 Fire And Water
- 1.14 1.14 Hathor
- 1.15 1.15 Singularity
- 1.16 1.16 Cor-ai
- 1.17 1.17 Enigma
- 1.18 1.18 Solitudes
- 1.19 1.19 Tin Man
- 1.20 1.20 There But For The Grace Of God
- 1.21 1.21 Politics
- 1.22 1.22 Within The Serpent's Grasp Part 1
- 2 Season Two
- 2.1 2.01 The Serpent's Lair Part 2
- 2.2 2.02 In The Line Of Duty
- 2.3 2.03 Prisoners
- 2.4 2.04 The Game Keeper
- 2.5 2.05 Need
- 2.6 2.06 Thor's Chariot
- 2.7 2.07 Message In A Bottle
- 2.8 2.08 Family
- 2.9 2.09 Secrets
- 2.10 2.10 Bane
- 2.11 2.11 The Tok'ra Part 1
- 2.12 2.12 The Tok'ra Part 2
- 2.13 2.13 Spirits
- 2.14 2.14 Touchstone
- 2.15 2.15 A Matter Of Time
- 2.16 2.16 The Fifth Race
- 2.17 2.17 Serpent's Song
- 2.18 2.18 Holiday
- 2.19 2.19 One False Step
- 2.20 2.20 Show And Tell
- 2.21 2.21 1969
- 2.22 2.22 Out Of Mind Part 1
- 3 Season Three
- 3.1 3.01 Into The Fire Part 2
- 3.2 3.02 Seth
- 3.3 3.03 Fair Game
- 3.4 3.04 Legacy
- 3.5 3.05 Learning Curve
- 3.6 3.06 Point Of View
- 3.7 3.07 Deadman Switch
- 3.8 3.08 Demons
- 3.9 3.09 Rules Of Engagement
- 3.10 3.10 Forever In A Day
- 3.11 3.11 Past And Present
- 3.12 3.12 Jolinar's Memories Part 1
- 3.13 3.13 The Devil You Know Part 2
- 3.14 3.14 Foothold
- 3.15 3.15 Pretense
- 3.16 3.16 Urgo
- 3.17 3.17 A Hundred Days
- 3.18 3.18 Shades Of Grey
- 3.19 3.19 New Ground
- 3.20 3.20 Maternal Instinct
- 3.21 3.21 Crystal Skull
- 3.22 3.22 Nemesis Part 1
- 4 Season Four
- 4.1 4.01 Small Victories Part 2
- 4.2 4.02 The Other Side
- 4.3 4.03 Upgrades
- 4.4 4.04 Crossroads
- 4.5 4.05 Divide And Conquer
- 4.6 4.06 Window Of Opportunity
- 4.7 4.07 Watergate
- 4.8 4.08 The First Ones
- 4.9 4.09 Scorched Earth
- 4.10 4.10 Beneath The Surface
- 4.11 4.11 Point Of No Return
- 4.12 4.12 Tangent
- 4.13 4.13 Serpent's Venom
- 4.14 4.14 The Curse
- 4.15 4.15 Chain Reaction
- 4.16 4.16 2010
- 4.17 4.17 Absolute Power
- 4.18 4.18 The Light
- 4.19 4.19 Prodigy
- 4.20 4.20 Entity
- 4.21 4.21 Double Jeopardy
- 4.22 4.22 Exodus Part 1
- 5 Season Five
- 5.1 5.01 Enemies Part 2
- 5.2 5.02 Threshold
- 5.3 5.03 Ascension
- 5.4 5.04 The Fifth Man
- 5.5 5.05 Red Sky
- 5.6 5.06 Rite Of Passage
- 5.7 5.07 Beast Of Burden
- 5.8 5.08 The Tomb
- 5.9 5.09 Between Two Fires
- 5.10 5.10 2001
- 5.11 5.11 Desperate Measures
- 5.12 5.12 Wormhole X-Treme
- 5.13 5.13 Proving Ground
- 5.14 5.14 48 Hours
- 5.15 5.15 Summit Part 1
- 5.16 5.16 Last Stand Part 2
- 5.17 5.17 Failsafe
- 5.18 5.18 The Warrior
- 5.19 5.19 Menace
- 5.20 5.20 The Sentinel
- 5.21 5.21 Meridian
- 5.22 5.22 Revelations
- 6 Season Six
- 6.1 6.01 Redemption Part 1
- 6.2 6.02 Redemption Part 2
- 6.3 6.03 Descent
- 6.4 6.04 Frozen
- 6.5 6.05 Nightwalkers
- 6.6 6.06 Abyss
- 6.7 6.07 Shadow Play
- 6.8 6.08 The Other Guys
- 6.9 6.09 Allegiance
- 6.10 6.10 Cure
- 6.11 6.11 Prometheus
- 6.12 6.12 Unnatural Selection
- 6.13 6.13 Sight Unseen
- 6.14 6.14 Smoke And Mirrors
- 6.15 6.15 Paradise Lost
- 6.16 6.16 Metamorphosis
- 6.17 6.17 Disclosure
- 6.18 6.18 Forsaken
- 6.19 6.19 Changeling
- 6.20 6.20 Memento
- 6.21 6.21 Prophecy
- 6.22 6.22 Full Circle
- 7 Season Seven
- 7.1 7.01 Fallen Part 1
- 7.2 7.02 Homecoming Part 2
- 7.3 7.03 Fragile Balance
- 7.4 7.04 Orpheus
- 7.5 7.05 Revisions
- 7.6 7.06 Lifeboat
- 7.7 7.07 Enemy Mine
- 7.8 7.08 Space Race
- 7.9 7.09 Avenger 2.0
- 7.10 7.10 Birthright
- 7.11 7.11 Evolution Part 1
- 7.12 7.12 Evolution Part 2
- 7.13 7.13 Grace
- 7.14 7.14 Fallout
- 7.15 7.15 Chimera
- 7.16 7.16 Death Knell
- 7.17 7.17 Heroes Part 1
- 7.18 7.18 Heroes Part 2
- 7.19 7.19 Resurrection
- 7.20 7.20 Inauguration
- 7.21 7.21 Lost City Part 1
- 7.22 7.22 Lost City Part 2
- 8 Season Eight
- 9 Related Links
1.01 Children Of The Gods Part 1
When the SGC is attacked by an alien with glowing eyes, Col. Jack O'Neill is recalled from retirement to lead a second team through to Abydos: his mission to retrieve Dr. Daniel Jackson. Daniel's discovery of a cartouche leads astrophysicist Capt. Carter to realize an entire network of Stargates could exist, leading to millions of worlds.
1.02 Children Of The Gods Part 2
When Sha're and Skaara are kidnapped, Jack returns with Daniel to Earth where a new team is formed to battle the alien threat: SG-1. They go through to another world, home to Apophis, an alien parasite like Ra. Sha're and Skaara are taken as hosts while the members of SG-1 are rescued by the most unlikely ally: Apophis' First Prime Teal'c.
1.03 The Enemy Within
With the SGC under attack by Apophis, Maj. Kawalsky is forced to battle a larval Goa'uld for control of his mind. Daniel Jackson and Jack O'Neill attempt to communicate with the Goa'uld to no avail. It claims Kawalsky's body for its own. The major elects to undergo life-threatening surgery to remove the Goa'uld and appears to make a full recovery.
On the planet of Simarka, where the fierce Mongolian race of Shavadai mistreat their oppressed females, Sam Carter is kidnapped and sold to a brutal warlord. When her escape attempt fails, Carter challenges the Shavidai's misogynous ways in a battle of wits and wills which may bring women equality or end in her own death.
1.05 The Broca Divide
Returning from a planet with both a civilized and a primitive side, the SG-3 marines and all but two members of the SG-1 team become infected with a virus which rapidly spreads throughout the SGC. Violence breaks out everywhere as personnel regress to an aggressive primitive state. Can Teal'c and Daniel Jackson find the cause?
1.06 The First Commandment
The SG-1 team is sent after an SG team which has failed to return from a mission. They find that their captain, Jonas Hansen, Sam Carter's ex-fiancee, having been treated as a god by the fearful, primitive locals, is drunk with power and tyrannizing them. Can Carter and the team overcome Hansen before he kills them all?
1.07 Cold Lazarus
A strange crystal strikes down O'Neill, replacing him with a double that returns with the SG-1 team to Earth to find the cause of O'Neill's private grief—his son's death. But the crystalline entity double is dangerously unstable as O'Neill's bewildered wife Sara soon discovers. Can O'Neill return to the SGC in time to save everyone and prevent chaos?
1.08 The Nox
When a planned ambush against Apophis goes disastrously wrong, resulting in fatalities among the SG-1 team, the pace-loving Nox restore them to life. But while these gentle people can bring back the dead, can they resist the deadly technology of Apophis and his Jaffa? The attempts of SG-1 to defend the Nox make matters worse.
1.09 Brief Candle
On the mysterious planet Argos, the beautiful Kynthia seduces Jack O'Neill into marriage. As a result of their liaison, Jack is condemned to an Argosian lifespan of only a hundred days. As he ages rapidly and his health fails, will his team succeed in their frantic search for a cure? Jack's bitterness changes the peaceful Argosians forever.
1.10 Thor's Hammer
Looking for allies against the Goa'uld, the SG-1 team gates through to Cimmeria, home of the legendary Norse gods. Teal'c and Jack O'Neill are transported to the underground labyrinth caves of the vicious creature Unas. Can Daniel Jackson and Carter rescue them? They must enlist the aid of the fearful Kendra, once host to a Goa'uld.
1.11 The Torment Of Tantalus
Daniel Jackson discovers that in 1945, a brilliant young professor went through the Stargate, never to return. Together with his fiancee, Catherine Langford, SG-1 discovers the now aged Ernest Littlefield trapped in a decaying castle. With Daniel captivated by Ernest's amazing discoveries, the others race against time to get them all home.
With the proviso that they bring back a Goa'uld larva for study, Teal'c returns with the SG-1 team to Chulak to stop the Goa'uld from enslaving his son Ry'ac. After a difficult reunion with Drey'auc, the wife he abandoned, Teal'c discovers that his son is dying. He needs the healing properties of a larval Goa'uld and the only one available is Teal'c's own.
1.13 Fire And Water
The SG-1 team is transported to Oannes, a planet of opposites, the home of the sole survivor on an ancient aquatic race. Teal'c, Jack and Carter return to Earth shell-shocked at their loss of Daniel Jackson. The grieving team members are confused, unable to let go of Daniel. Can they discover their true memories in time to rescue Daniel?
The evil and beautiful Goa'uld Hathor escapes from stasis in a Mayan pyramid in Mexico. At the Stargate facility, she uses her charms and a powerful drug to seduce men into her service as she plots to take over the world. With Daniel as her Beloved Pharaoh and Jack her intended First Prime, can Carter and the female personnel stop her in time?
Sam Carter returns with the sole survivor of a planetary plague—a little girl, Cassandra. As they become attached, Carter, Dr. Fraiser and Daniel discover the girl's terrible secret—a time-bomb implanted by the Goa'uld Nirrti to destroy the Stargate on Earth. Can Carter save Cassandra or will she share her fate?
O'Neill and the team travel to Cartago, where Teal'c is recognized as once having been First Prime to Apophis, who 'harvested' hosts from this world many times. His guilt already decided, Teal'c is arrested for the murder of Hanno's father and put on trial for his life. While Jack and Carter attempt to get help from the SGC, Daniel battles Hanno in Cor-Ai.
The SG-1 team rescues a group of highly developed survivors from the cataclysmic planet of Tollan. To stop the legendary knowledge of the Tollan people from falling into the wrong hands, O'Neill and his team stake all on the cross-universal rescue.
Following a Stargate technical defect, O'Neill and Carter find themselves stranded on an icy wasteland. O'Neill is severely wounded, both are freezing to death, and nobody can find the section of the universe in which they are stranded.
1.19 Tin Man
Upon landing on Planet 0X3-989, the mysterious alien Harlan renders the SG-1 team unconscious. After waking and returning to the SGC, they find that their spirits and minds have been transferred into the bodies of androids. Their energy literally failing, the team must return to Harlan in a bid to reunite body and soul.
1.20 There But For The Grace Of God
A mysterious mirror transports Daniel Jackson to another dimension. Suddenly he finds himself on an alternate Earth under attack from the Goa'uld, his place at the SGC filled by Catherine Langford and Dr. Sam Carter. Daniel foresees that the same fate awaits Earth in his reality. Can he return home in time to save the world?
Only Daniel Jackson knows of the Goa'uld plans to invade Earth. Despite the injury he sustained in escaping the other dimension, no one takes his warnings seriously, not even Jack and his friends on SG-1. The adversarial Senator Kinsey has chosen to terminate the costly Stargate programmer and close the gate forever just as Earth faces its worst threat.
1.22 Within The Serpent's Grasp Part 1
- 1.22 Within The Serpent's Grasp Part 1
- Solutions Episode Guide 1.22 "Within The Serpent's Grasp Part 1"
Convinced at last by Daniel to take the threat seriously, Jack leads SG-1 into disobeying orders as they gate off-world to the coordinates Daniel brought back from the alternate reality. The team find themselves amidst preparations by Apophis and Klorel for an all-out strike on Earth. Can they avert disaster and save Earth?
2.01 The Serpent's Lair Part 2
Led by Apophis and Klorel, a fleet of Goa'uld warships launches a surprise attack on Earth. The SG-1 team uses the Stargate to board an incoming enemy ship with enough explosives to destroy the entire force. But the team's unexpected capture turns their objective into a suicide mission and when Daniel is fatally wounded, Jack is forced to leave him behind.
2.02 In The Line Of Duty
On a daring mission to rescue victims of a Goa'uld attack, Sam Carter's body is taken over by a Goa'uld. When Carter and the SG-1 team return to Earth, an alien assassin follows to destroy the rebel Goa'uld, Jolinar of Malkshur, within Carter. Can Jack O'Neill eliminate the Goa'uld without killing her? Or will the assassin kill them both?
The SG-1 team inadvertently helps a desperate criminal and is charged as an accessory to murder. Sentenced to life imprisonment and banished to a desolate, brutal penal colony called Hadante, they strike a deal to escape with the aid of the powerful and enigmatic Linea, known to the other prisoners as Destroyer of Worlds.
2.04 The Game Keeper
Exploring a strange and beautiful garden in a distant world, the team members are trapped, knocked unconscious, and awakened to find themselves reliving the most pivotal, traumatic moments of their lives. A mysterious Keeper explains that it is all a virtual-reality type game. Forced to watch friends and family dying, SG-1 only wants to escape.
Daniel Jackson saves the life of a beautiful princess, but his heroics cause the SG-1 team to be taken prisoner. When he is badly injured in their escape attempt, Princess Shyla uses the sarcophagus to addict Daniel in order to seduce him. As Daniel struggles to free his friends, his addiction and his romance with Shyla could doom them all.
2.06 Thor's Chariot
Jack O'Neill and his team return to Cimmeria, where they had previously destroyed the planet's primary defense against the Goa'uld. When the planet is attacked by Heru'ur, O'Neill and Teal'c lead the people in a counter-strike while Daniel Jackson, Carter and Gairwyn search for the power of the fabled Thor's Chariot only to find Thor himself.
2.07 Message In A Bottle
A seemingly harmless orb is brought back to the SGC base from a dead world. The strange device infects Jack O'Neill with an alien organism which soon begins to spread. When Carter's attempts to halt its rapid growth fail, Daniel Jackson realizes that the only chance to save Jack is to let the organism control him in order to communicate.
Teal'c's son, Rya'c, is kidnapped by and brainwashed by Apophis and led by Master Bra'tac, the SG-1 team travel to Chulak to save him. They are shocked to discover a world turned completely upside down. And when Rya'c is recovered he denounces his father and helps to capture the team, forever preventing their return to Earth.
The entire Stargate project is threatened when a reporter declares he will reveal to the world the mysteries of the top-secret portal. Jack O'Neill attempts to stop him while Sam Carter discovers that her estranged father is dying of cancer. On Abydos, Teal'c and Daniel Jackson find Sha're, pregnant with the child of Apophis and Ammonet.
During an attack by giant insects, Teal'c is stung and implanted with a virus that causes him mutate into a terrifying and destructive creature. Taken by Col. Maybourne and the NID for experimentation, Teal'c escapes and finds refuge in the city, where Ally, a streetwise young girl, tries to help him. For Teal'c, time is running out.
2.11 The Tok'ra Part 1
Carter is mesmerized by a dream in which she sees herself as Jolinar, the rebel Goa'uld who briefly inhabited her body. The SG-1 team travel to a desert world where they find the Tok'ra, who fight against the tyranny of their fellow Goa'uld. SG-1 are imprisoned for their own safety and Carter's dream turns into a nightmare when she learns her father is near death.
2.12 The Tok'ra Part 2
With the oldest and wisest of the Tok'ra dying and any hope of an alliance dying with her, Sam Carter comes up with a daring plan. If her father Jacob becomes host to Selmak, both will be saved. Hosts are the one thing Earth can offer the suspicious Tok'ra. As Jacob and Selmak make their choice to blend, the base is attacked by the Goa'uld.
When the SG-11 team does not return from its mission, Hammond attempts contact and Jack O'Neill is injured. Carter leads the SG-1 team through the Stargate to find SG-11 and negotiate with the mystical natives for a precious mineral. After they are captured, the team are led by the friendly Tonane to the great spirits of his people.
A climate-controlling device is stolen from the planet Madrona and the SG-1 team is accused of the theft. Whoever took the device has the ability to disrupt Earth's climate. With Madrona wracked by storms, Jack and Daniel find a second Stargate active on Earth and the team's investigations take them to Area 51, the NID and Col. Maybourne.
2.15 A Matter Of Time
A black hole swallows up the SG-10 team before the SGC's eyes. The black hole's gravitational pull grows stronger, threatening to destroy Earth through its Stargate. While Carter struggles to find a solution, Jack O'Neill is forced to reunite with an old Special Ops antagonist in a desperate attempt to close off Earth's Stargate.
2.16 The Fifth Race
When Jack O'Neill gazes into a mysterious alien viewing device, his brain is infiltrated by a strange intelligent force. Daniel Jackson is sure that the dying, increasingly isolated Jack now understands the mysteries and origins of the Stargate. As Jack's only means to communicate, can Daniel recover the information and save his friend's life?
2.17 Serpent's Song
The SG-1 team's mortal enemy, Apophis, is being hunted by the enigmatic Goa'uld Sokar and throws himself at Jack O'Neill's mercy. Tortured and close to death, Apophis proposes a deal: revealing all he knows about the Goa'uld in return for a new host body. For Daniel Jackson, Teal'c and the others, this is a deal with the devil.
The alien Ma'chello traps Daniel Jackson with his body-swapping invention, steals Daniel's body and escapes to Earth. As Daniel lays dying in Ma'chello's ailing body, Jack and Teal'c attempts to help him result in them swapping bodies too. Can they find Ma'chello and convince him to return to his own body in time to save Daniel?
2.19 One False Step
On a routine reconnaissance mission, the SG-1 team discover a civilization of friendly, innocent aliens, but suddenly the aliens begin to fall ill. A plague, somehow caused by the team, sweeps across the planet and Jack O'Neill and Daniel Jackson are infected too. Can the team save themselves and an entire civilization?
2.20 Show And Tell
A young boy mysteriously appears at Stargate Command and pleads for help, claiming that the Goa'uld are chasing him to find his race of invisible beings. But the SG-1 team is duped as the invisible aliens actually plan to destroy the Goa'uld by eradicating all potential human hosts--and the invasion of Earth has already begun.
A solar flare sends the SG-1 team back in time to 1969 where the US military command suspects them of espionage. With the help of Lt. George Hammond, Jack O'Neill and his team escape and are aided by two flower children on their way to Woodstock. Can they ever return to the present again? The answer lies in a solar flare.
2.22 Out Of Mind Part 1
Jack O'Neill awakens in a futuristic world to be told he's been frozen for 79 years and that all his friends are dead. He is questioned about the Stargate programmer but then is shocked to discover it's a set-up. He finds Daniel Jackson and Carter and attempts escape from the Goa'uld stronghold, only to be thwarted by the return of an old enemy, Hathor.
3.01 Into The Fire Part 2
Hathor captures O'Neill and implants him with a Goa'uld symbiote that could eventually kill him. Meanwhile, O'Neill's rescue party is defeated by Hathor's invincible energy barrier, and time is running out. Is there any way to save O'Neill?
When SG-1 hunts for a Goa'uld lord living on Earth, they discover this powerful alien in the form of a religious leader with a heavily armed cult following. O'Neill faces off with both government agents and the cult in a fiery clash that may destroy them all.
3.03 Fair Game
O'Neill attempts to stop a Goa'uld invasion of Earth. But to call off the attack, the Goa'uld lords demand the destruction of the Stargate. O'Neill doesn't trust them—but the fate of Earth lies in the balance.
A mysterious tablet discovered on a distant planet infects anyone who touches it with a hallucinogen. The remarkable stone infects Teal'c and, before long, the entire team except Hammond. Can Hammond stop it and save SG-1 alone?
3.05 Learning Curve
As part of an exchange program with the planet Orban, O'Neill travels to Earth with an alien girl who possesses incredible technical knowledge. But by the time O'Neill discovers the truth behind the child's superior mind…it may be too late for them all.
3.06 Point Of View
Alternate reality versions of Carter and Kawalsky are found in Area 51. Brought to Stargate Command, they start to deteriorate. However, return to their own reality means certain death, as their world has been invaded by Goa'ulds.
3.07 Deadman Switch
SG-1 is captured by Aris Boch, a bounty hunter chasing an evil Goa'uld named Kel'tar. He offers them freedom in exchange for their help. They agree, only to find that Kel'tar is in fact a Tok'ra, whose capture would endanger countless others.
SG-1 encounters a medieval civilization and frees a woman tied to a stake as a sacrifice to a demon. With the woman freed, the demon vows to destroy the village unless the SG-1 team is offered up in appeasement.
3.09 Rules Of Engagement
SG-1 lands in the middle of a blazing battle between Stargate soldiers and a Jaffa army. Believing the soldiers to be the missing-in-action SG-11 team, O'Neill and other others provide assistance…until the mystery team turns its weapons on SG-1.
3.10 Forever In A Day
During a rescue of captured Abydonians, Daniel finds his missing wife, Sha're. But instead of greeting him, she attacks him—leading to her death at the hands of Teal'c. Distraught over her death and angry at Teal'c, Daniel quits Stargate Command.
3.11 Past And Present
SG-1 encounters an entire planet suffering from amnesia. The planet's leader, a woman named Ke'ra, returns to Earth with SG-1 to find a cure. But even as Ke'ra and Daniel develop a mutual attraction, SG-1 suspects she may not be who she appears to be.
3.12 Jolinar's Memories Part 1
Carter's father has been captured on a moon transformed into a literal hell. As no one has ever escaped from hell except for Jolinar, Tok'ra technology is used to access Jolinar's memories from Carter's mind…but not before an old foe shows up to foil the rescue mission.
3.13 The Devil You Know Part 2
During an attempt to rescue Carter's father, SG-1 is caught by one of hell's denizens, determined to use the information they possess to overthrow the Goa'uld lord Sokar. Using Tok'ra technology, the team is forced to relive painful memories…but how much torture can they take?
During routine medical exams, Dr. Fraiser injects each team member with a sedative, rendering them unconscious. Teal'c awakens and sees General Hammond conspiring with Fraiser and two aliens. What has happened at Stargate Command, and can SG-1 overpower its own "allies"?
When SG-1 is invited to the Tollan planet to attend a ceremony called a "Triad," they are shocked to discover it is actually a trial to determine the fate of their old friend Skaara. Daniel and O'Neill must argue a case against a mysterious Goa'uld named Zipacna to save Skaara's personality.
En route to a paradise planet, SG-1 is secretly implanted with an alien spore that evolves into a being called Urgo. Though Urgo claims to be friendly, the suspicious team members work feverishly to rid themselves of the creature before it destroys their minds.
3.17 A Hundred Days
SG-1 visits the friendly planet Edora and gathers to watch the annual meteor show that lights up the sky like a fiery rain. But suddenly, wayward asteroids bombard the planet, destroying the Stargate. Can O'Neill and the team ever return home?
3.18 Shades Of Grey
On a mission to Tollana, O'Neill steals a weapon and takes it back to Earth. When Hammond discovers the deception, he suspends O'Neill. But O'Neill's misconduct is only the beginning of a mystery that could have catastrophic consequences.
3.19 New Ground
SG-1 journeys to a planet where their arrival ignites a war between two cultures. A powerful spy realizes his side could win the war if SG-1 and the Stargate can be neutralized. Will O'Neill and his team make the same realization and save themselves in time?
3.20 Maternal Instinct
Bra'tac arrives at Stargate Command with a wild story about interplanetary warfare with Apophis. Daniel deduces that the battle is over Apophis' child, Harsesis, and races to save the child before Apophis finds him first.
3.21 Crystal Skull
Daniel finds a glowing crystal skull identical to one first discovered by his grandfather decades before. When Daniel stares into the skull's eyes, a mysterious force makes him disappear. Now SG-1 must find Daniel's grandfather to unlock the mystery of the skull and bring Daniel back.
3.22 Nemesis Part 1
O'Neill is kidnapped by the Asgard and taken aboard a ship, where he encounters a swarm of metallic, buglike creatures on a mission to destroy Earth. O'Neill plans to blow up the ship and sacrifice himself, but can the Stargate team find another way to stop this apocalyptic scheme?
4.01 Small Victories Part 2
SG-1 is called upon to help a race of gentle, highly intelligent aliens struggling against a swarm of ravenous, deadly mechanical spiders called replicators. But the situation becomes much more complicated when a lone replicator is discovered in the most unlikely of places…back home on Planet Earth!
4.02 The Other Side
SG-1 responds to a cry for help from a doomed civilization, which promises to give Earthlings access to highly advanced technology in exchange for supplies that would help them defeat their enemies. But the team soon discovers a shocking secret that may prove that SG-1 is doing a lot more harm than good!
SG-1 is selected to test the effects of alien tech military wristbands on human wearers, and soon find themselves blessed with spectacular strength and speed. But when they are sent on a mission utilizing these new abilities, they learn a shocking lesson about the downside of power.
When a beautiful high priestess from the planet Chulak claims to have a plan that would seriously cripple the Goa'uld, everyone is understandably skeptical. SG-1 must join forces with the Tok'ra in order to put her plan into effect, but a deadly, hidden secret could jeopardize the entire operation!
4.05 Divide And Conquer
When an SGC soldier under the influence of a Goa'uld mind control device attempts to assassinate a High Council member, SG-1 must uncover other potential assassins—even amongst themselves—before the president arrives for a crucial summit meeting.
4.06 Window Of Opportunity
After SG-1 visits a strange planet in the middle of a geomagnetic storm, they find themselves repeating the same day over and over again. The team must utilize their accumulated knowledge to stop the time loop before there are disastrous consequences across the universe.
SG-1 joins forces with a beautiful Russian scientist to investigate a rogue Stargate in Siberia, linked to a mysterious water planet. The team must venture via submarine to the water planet, where they encounter an unexpectedly terrifying alien precense that just might destroy them all.
4.08 The First Ones
During an archaeological survey of fossils on a Goa'uld planet, Daniel Jackson is abducted by a fearsome humanoid creature, prompting SG-1 to embark on a mission to free him from his alien captor. But Daniel soon learns that the creature's intentions are not at all what he thought.
4.09 Scorched Earth
After relocating an endangered civilization to a "safe" new planet, the team realizes that another race of aliens is planning to incinerate the planet's surface to make it inhabitable for their own race. Will SG-1 be able to reason with the marauding aliens, or will their plans for interplanetary diplomacy go up in flames?
4.10 Beneath The Surface
With their memories erased and their identities changed, SG-1 find themselves trapped below a domed city on a planet of ice, toiling as slave laborers. Can they come to their senses and make a break for the surface, or will they remain enslaved underground for the rest of their lives?
4.11 Point Of No Return
When a quirky conspiracy theorist contacts SG-1 claiming to know classified information about the Stargate, at first they think he's bluffing. But when they investigate his wild claims, they realize he's a lot closer to the truth than they thought…and has a few more shocking surprises up his sleeve.
When O'Neill and Teal'c take an SGC-modified Goa'uld glider out for a test flight, they lose control and are sucked deep into outer space by a Goa'uld tracking device. It's up to the rest of the team to figure out a way to rescue them, before they run out of oxygen and life support and are lost in space forever.
4.13 Serpent's Venom
SG-1 travels to a remote interplanetary minefield to sabotage a hazardous alliance between two powerful Goa'uld System Lords. But their mission becomes far more dangerous when they realize Teal'c has been captured by one of the Lords, who plans to use him as a pawn in their evil negotiations.
4.14 The Curse
When Daniel Jackson returns to Chicago to attend the funeral of his mentor, a celebrated archaeologist, he soon realizes that the death is mysteriously connected to the recent discovery of a 10,000-year-old Egyptian artifact that might be cursed by a vengeful pharaoh.
4.15 Chain Reaction
When SGC commander General Hammond steps down saying he's "too old for the job," SG-1 immediately suspects foul play. And when a hard-nosed new general steps in to replace him and splits up SG-1, they vow to solve the mystery and get their beloved General Hammond back at the helm.
A decade in the future, Earth's alliance with a highly intelligent race of aliens has rendered SGC obsolete. But when Carter, now married to a human ambassador to the aliens, uncovers a terrifying secret about these "benevolent" beings, she must reassemble SG-1 to send an urgent message to the past.
4.17 Absolute Power
When a "chosen" boy found on the planet Abydos is brought to SGC, he sends a telepathic message, causing Daniel Jackson's personality to undergo disturbing changes. Will the rest of SG-1 be able to solve the mystery of the boy's origin before Jackson becomes a power-hungry warmonger?
4.18 The Light
SG-1 travels to a planet to investigate a machine that induces narcotic pleasure. But when they try to leave the planet, they are overcome with debilitating withdrawal symptoms, forcing them to stay. Can they free themselves from this addiction before it consumes them utterly?
Carter takes a brilliant young cadet under her wing on a mission to a remote planet inhabited by unique electronic beings that resemble a swarm of fireflies. But when the creatures suddenly turn aggressive, SG-1 will need the cadet's brainpower to help them escape with their lives.
When SG-1 sends a probe through the Stargate, a powerful electronic impulse comes back through the wormhole and hides inside SGC's computer. But when this electronic entity suddenly jumps inside Carter's mind, SG-1 must choose between saving SGC and saving Carter's life.
4.21 Double Jeopardy
SG-1 encounters a tricky situation when they join forces with androids designed to look exactly like them in a battle against an evil Goa'uld System Lord. Can they fight alongside robotic doppelgangers, or will confusion and contradiction blur the line between man and machine?
4.22 Exodus Part 1
SG-1 joins forces with the Tok'ra in a final attempt to rid the universe of their mutual Goa'uld nemesis, Apophis. But their plan goes awry when a beloved member of their team is captured and they find themselves at the mercy of their most powerful and feared enemy.
5.01 Enemies Part 2
Barely escaping a destructive supernova, SG-1 is surprised to learn that Teal'c also survived and is now under the mind control of the maniacal Apophis. Will SG-1 be able to rescue Teal'c from the clutches of Apophis or will they perish trying?
Teal'c may have been rescued from the evil Apophis but his mind remains loyal to his old master. Bra'tac suggests an ancient Jaffa ritual called M'al Sharran, a process which could bring Teal'c back to his senses…or end his life!
While investigating an alien device, Carter is found unconscious. Resting from suspected exhaustion, she is visited by an invisible being who holds vital secrets to the device and the catastrophe it may cause.
5.04 The Fifth Man
O'Neill stays behind on an alien world to tend to the wounded Lt. Tyler, the latest member of SG-1. But when the rest of the team returns to the command center, they discover that Lt. Tyler doesn't exist! Will this latest case of alien mind games close SGC down for good?
5.05 Red Sky
SG-1 is welcomed on K'Tau by the planet's religious leader, who takes the reddening sky concurrent with their arrival as a sign from their gods. What he doesn't know is that the reddish color is a reaction caused by the wormhole, signaling the planet's impending doom!
5.06 Rite Of Passage
On the eve of her birthday, Cassandra is showing signs of "mind fire," a powerful electromagnetic field triggered at puberty. Now SG-1 must find a cure to stop the life-threatening changes before she destroys herself…and the command center!
5.07 Beast Of Burden
Daniel's Unas friend, Chaka, is captured by a preindustrial civilization that uses Unas as slaves. While attempting to free Chaka from this cruel regime, Daniel risks the safety of SG-1, and possibly the life of his friend.
5.08 The Tomb
On a rescue mission to recover Russian solders believed missing in action on a previously undisclosed trip, SG-1 gets trapped in a Goa'uld tomb with a number of decomposed bodies…and a deadly alien monster with an appetite for human flesh!
5.09 Between Two Fires
The SG-1 team is surprised to discover that the advanced Tollians have reversed their policy on sharing technology and are now willing to trade advanced weaponry with Earth. But the deal seems too good to be true when SG-1 learns of the Goa'uld's involvement.
A mysterious note from the future—written by O'Neill—is sent back to 2001 through the Stargate, warning SG-1 about an unexplored planet with a sophisticated race of people who want to trade their knowledge…for domination of the universe.
5.11 Desperate Measures
Carter is abducted by a reclusive billionaire who wants to perform medical experiments on her using a deadly alien life form, in hopes of finding a cure to hi sown life-threatening disease.
5.12 Wormhole X-Treme
A mysterious ship is hurtling toward Earth and the key to stopping it lies with Marty, the alien who is producing a new sci-fi TV series called "Wormhole X-Treme!" But due to his amnesia, Marty has forgotten not only how to stop the ship…but also that he lived through the "Wormhole" experience himself.
5.13 Proving Ground
Col. Jack O'Neill and his new SG recruits have become the targets of a secret hostile takeover. Now it's up to a wounded O'Neill and his neophyte troop to save the command center from a possible alien invasion!
5.14 48 Hours
During a near-fatal pursuit by the Goa'uld gliders, Teal'c fails to make it through the Stargate before it is destroyed. Now SG-1 has only 48 hours to reestablish Teal'c's energy signature from the temporary memory of the Stargate before it's erased…for good!
5.15 Summit Part 1
A truce has been declared among the Goa'uld, so that the warlords can attend a summit on the future of universe domination. Since Jackson speaks fluent Goa'uld, he is sent to the summit disguised as an aide. But his real mission is to poison the delegates!
5.16 Last Stand Part 2
Embattled and under siege, SG-1 attempts to escape a Goa'uld search and destroy mission bent on finding them and the secret crystal they carry. Meanwhile, the balance of life is threatened by the reappearance of Anubis—the oldest and most evil System Lord.
As an asteroid hurtles toward Earth, SG-1 uses an abandoned Goa'uld ship as a launch pad for a megabomb that's designed to explode the rock before impact. But when SGC loses the ship's signal, it's feared that the team is dead and Earth is in devastating peril.
5.18 The Warrior
The Goa'uld Kytano, former First Prime of the late Imhotep, is now the leader of a powerful Jaffa rebellion. SG-1 visits Kytano's stronghold with the aim of securing an alliance. But O'Neill and the team soon learn that this strategic partnership may well come at a hefty price.
A dormant female android discovered on a barren planet is transported back to Earth for study. On reactivation, she exhibits a childlike innocence. But soon, SG-1 discovers that this seemingly innocent being may hold a dangerous secret.
5.20 The Sentinel
O'Neill must enlist the aid of a couple of convicted felons in a bid to save a planet from the Goa'uld. With an attack looming and the planet's automated defense systems seemingly offline, an entire world's salvation rests in the hands of SG-1 and two former NID operatives.
Exposed to a lethal dose of radiation, Jackson has just hours to live. SG-1 tries everything in its power to save him, but as the hours tick away, Jackson's spirit meets with each member individually to discuss his next mission: life after death.
Still dealing with the death of one of their own, SG-1 must put its mourning aside in order to confront the warlord Anubis—who has captured the Asgard leader Thor so he can extract the secrets of their ancient technology for universe domination.
6.01 Redemption Part 1
SG-1 faces two potential disasters light years apart as an enemy build-up in the Stargate threatens to destroy Earth, and Teal'c returns home to find his wife dead, his son estranged, and his planet under attack.
6.02 Redemption Part 2
As Teal'c and his son battle to save Earth, O'Neill pilots the X-302, a newly designed interstellar spacecraft that will carry the Stargate far away from Earth so it can explode harmlessly in deep space. But how will SG-1 operate without the Stargate?
SG-1 investigates an abandoned Goa'uld ship orbiting Earth. While they try to salvage the ship, saboteurs attack and the vessel plummets to Earth, deep into the ocean, with O'Neill and his crew trapped inside…and time running out!
A frozen female alien that might predate human evolution by 50 million years is discovered in Antarctica. She might, in fact, be part of the race that invented the Stargate. After SG-1 manages to thaw her back to life, they discover she may be the source of a deadly virus.
When a scientist working on stem cell research disappears, Carter, Teal'c, and Quinn investigate and discover that the scientist's town is infested with Goa'uld who can only control the townspeople by night. Will Carter, Teal'c, and Quinn be taken over next?
A Goa'uld lord holds O'Neill captive and tortures him for information about the Tok'ra. As O'Neill suffers, Daniel Jackson appears and offers support. Meanwhile, SG-1 races to rescue O'Neill before it's too late.
6.07 Shadow Play
Quinn is conflicted when an old professor from his home planet asks SG-1 to help stage a coup against the Kelownan government in order to stop a civil war. Should SG-1 allow the planet to destroy itself…or are they placing themselves in needless danger?
6.08 The Other Guys
Two bumbling scientists working on an off-world research project witness SG-1 captured in a Goa'uld raid and, defying orders, attempt to rescue them. Little do they know that SG-1 staged the capture in order to infiltrate the Goa'uld and make contact with a Tok'ra informant.
Fleeing a Goa'uld attack, the Tok'ra must take refuge at the SGC Alpha Site occupied by rebel Jaffa. Centuries of bad blood between the two races begins to boil as an unseen assassin wreaks havoc on the camp. Can O'Neill steop the bloodshed before the assassin escapes with the Alpha Site's coordinates?
SG-1 visits Pangar, a planet inhabited by humans who have developed a drug that makes their immune systems perfect. Unknown to SG-1 is the means by which the drug is produced, a startling discovery that may hold the key to the origins of the Tok'ra!
Rogue NSA officers hijack the top-secret X-303 spaceship with Carter and Jonas on board and demand that Adrian Conrad be brought to the ship. Using his Goa'uld knowledge, Conrad activates the X-303 and takes the ship light-years from Earth as O'Neill and Teal'c stage a daring rescue, not knowing if they will be able to return home.
6.12 Unnatural Selection
When SG-1 is marooned in deep space, Thor and the Asgard come to the rescue. They then seek O'Neill's help to combat the Replicators who have overrun their home world. Convinced they will attack Earth if not stopped, O'Neill stages a daring mission to stop the Replicators once and for all.
6.13 Sight Unseen
SG-1 returns from a mission with an ancient artifact that triggers the ability to see hideous yet harmless life forms in a parallel reality. As the effect spreads to civilians, O'Neill and his team must find a solution before mass hysteria breaks out.
6.14 Smoke And Mirrors
Senator Kinsey suffers an assassination attempt while campaigning for the presidency, and O'Neill is caught on tape leaving the building where the shots were fired. With O'Neill behind bars, Carter, Teal'c and Jonas must prove his innocence before it's too late.
6.15 Paradise Lost
Colonel Maybourne visits O'Neill and claims to have a key to a cache of alien technology, but demands a presidential pardon for his crimes in exchange for the knowledge. When SG-1 accompanies Maybourne to retrieve the cache, they find that his intentions may not be all they seem.
SG-1 discovers that Nirrti, in an attempt to create the perfect human host, is mutating the inhabitants of an unexplored planet with a machine that rearranges their DNA. Captured in an attempt to stop her, O'Neill must find a way to escape before he and SG-1 are subjected to the same fate.
General Hammond and the Pentagon are forced to reveal the existence of the Stargate to other world governments. Playing off fears that the US military has too much control, Senator Kinsey suggests that General Hammond be relieved of his command and that the civilian-run NID oversee the Stargate program.
Exploring an off-world planet, SG-1 discovers a crashed ship and three human survivors who claim to be under constant attack by hostile aliens. While Carter helps repair the ship's computer, she learns that the survivors are hiding a secret…and things may not be all they seem.
Teal'c mysteriously begins to lose his grip on reality and is haunted by visions of an alternate existence where he is a normal human being. As his paranoia deepens, Teal'c must rely on the help and comfort of his old friend Daniel Jackson to determine where his dreams end…and his reality begins.
SG-1 accompanies the X-53 on its maiden voyage into deep space. When the ship suddenly drops out of hyperspace, SG-1 is stranded with no means of getting back to Earth. Their only option lies in exploring a nearby planet where a Stargate is thought to be located. But O'Neill must first convince its inhabitants that they come in peace—a debate that could mean the end of SG-1.
On a routine mission, SG-1 encounters a civilian desperate to be freed from the clutches of a Goa'uld. While on the planet, Jonas falls ill and is suspended from active duty. His mysterious illness is diagnosed as a brain tumor but gives him the unbelievable ability to glimpse the future…a future where O'Neill and SG-1 are walking into a trap.
6.22 Full Circle
Daniel Jackson appears to O'Neill and alerts him that Anubis has located the Eye of Ra, a fabled object of power hidden somewhere on Abydos. With Daniel's help, O'Neill and SG-1 find the Eye first. But, determined to have it, Anubis threatens to destroy the entire planet unless Daniel and SG-1 hand it over.
7.01 Fallen Part 1
When SG-1 explore a planet they think is a site of the Ancients, they are stunned to discover Daniel Jackson living among the natives. Daniel has no memory of his life or of his death and ascension and it is up to Jack, Sam and Teal'c to help him regain his memories. It isn't long, though, before the Tok'ra need their help against Anubis.
7.02 Homecoming Part 2
Jonas' planet comes under attack from Anubis, forcing Teal'c to parlay with Lord Yu while Jack and Sam reluctantly return to Kelowna to deal with the politicians and military there while Daniel and Jonas Quinn have the most dangerous mission of all, in a covert operation aboard Anubis' ship itself. Then Jonas is captured by Anubis.
7.03 Fragile Balance
A young boy turns up at the SGC claiming to be Col. Jack O'Neill and expecting his amused teammates to do something about him waking up thirty years younger. As irritatingly assertive as the real Jack, young Jack is soon discovered to be a clone. SG-1 discover that Jack has been abducted by the Asgard while young Jack is dying.
Teal'c's dependence on Tretonin is changing him in ways he didn't expect and he is struggling with his identity as a Jaffa. Daniel is also struggling to come to terms with his descension. Sharing Kel'No'Reem with Teal'c, Daniel has a vision of Teal'c's son Rya'c and mentor Bra'tac trapped in a Jaffa death camp and realizes he did nothing to help them.
The team encounters a planet with a society that has lived for centuries within a computer-controlled environment within a bubble. Outside, the rest of the world is a toxic wasteland. SG-1 offer the inhabitants relocation but they are strangely reluctant to move when everything they need is provided to them via their link to the computer core.
An entire world has been lost, the few survivors frozen and their personalities stored in databases in ships. When one ship crashes, the intelligences become desperate as power fails. When their bodies are destroyed, they invade Daniel Jackson's mind against his will and force him to become their 'lifeboat'. Can Janet and SG-1 save Daniel?
7.07 Enemy Mine
SG-1 are called upon to assist when a member of an SGC mining team goes missing in mysterious circumstances. Daniel and Teal'c find a familiar bony necklace which they recognize as the kind worn by Chaka. Daniel is convinced that there are Unas on the planet and he determines that the mining team is being warned to stay away.
7.08 Space Race
An enthusiastic Carter gets herself into an alien space race with pilot Warrick. There's a huge contract riding on winning and a conspiracy to rig the race leads to Teal'c being abducted. Carter faces battle droids, flying into a sun, navigating an asteroid belt, sabotage and hostages!
7.09 Avenger 2.0
With Daniel helping out in a risky relocation project on a planet rocked by seismic tremors, Jack and Teal'c attempting to make peace among warring Jaffa factions, Carter and Felger work on a project to upload a virus which will scramble the established settings of a DHD, rendering a specific gate useless. It sounds brilliant…
SG-1 discover a clan of fierce, skilled female Jaffa warriors who struggle to survive. Their leader Ishta and the others need access to symbiotes to keep themselves alive, but Carter offers them an alternative. Tretonin, the drug which Teal'c and Bra'tac use to keep them alive. Ishta and Teal'c find they have much in common.
7.11 Evolution Part 1
Daniel is leading a team of archaeologists on a search for an ancient ruin and a mysterious artefact in the jungles of Honduras when they are kidnapped. Jack goes to Daniel's rescue, aided in his search by Burke, an eccentric, disgraced CIA agent who was once Jack's close friend. Meanwhile Carter, Teal'c and Jacob battle a new enemy.
7.12 Evolution Part 2
Daniel is leading a team of archaeologists on a search for an ancient ruin and a mysterious artefact in the jungles of Honduras when they are kidnapped. Jack goes to Daniel's rescue, aided in his search by Burke, an eccentric, disgraced CIA agent who was once Jack's close friend. Meanwhile Carter, Teal'c and Jacob battle a new enemy.
Carter is aboard the Prometheus as the ship comes under attack. She awakens to find the crew is gone and the ship is trapped in a gas cloud. Her attempts to save the ship and find the crew are hampered by her head injury, but her teammates, her father, and a little girl named Grace appear to her, helping her to save the ship and crew as well as face up to the choices she has made in her life.
The SGC is contacted by former SG-1 member Jonas Quinn, who declares that Kelowna's naquadah deposits are converting into naquadria down into the planet's core, threatening an explosion that would destroy all life on the planet. At the SGC, Daniel and Jack must help settle diplomatic troubles preventing an evacuation of the planet, while Carter and Teal'c go with Jonas to find a way to prevent the explosion.
Daniel is exhausted by strange dreams of his past with Sarah Gardner, an altered past in which she urges him to find the Lost City. Meanwhile, Carter begins a romantic relationship with detective Pete Shanahan, who is very curious about the Air Force work she won't discuss.
7.16 Death Knell
When the Alpha Site is attacked, Sam Carter is caught in the crossfire. Tensions are high between Tok'ra and Jaffa and it appears one group sold out. While Daniel, Hammond and Jacob search for the traitor, Jack and Teal'c search the Alpha Site for Carter, missing in action since the attack.
7.17 Heroes Part 1
A documentary crew arrives to film the SGC for posterity. Hammond cooperates only reluctantly and prevents the crew from filming ongoing operations. Instead they conduct rather awkward interviews with SG-1 and other SGC personnel. Meanwhile, SG-13 runs into trouble on a survey mission, and one of their men is injured, causing the SGC to mobilize a rescue.
7.18 Heroes Part 2
While the documentary crew continues its efforts, SG-1 and Dr. Fraiser join the rescue of SG-13. As the teams return, it's clear something has gone horribly wrong. The NID begins investigating as the documentary director tries to learn what happened, and what part of it Daniel may have caught on tape. The tragic truth is finally revealed, and the SGC is changed forever.
Carter, Daniel, and Teal'c meet Agent Garrett in Los Angeles at the scene of a massacre. The site is the secret lab of a rogue NID cell, and the scientists there have successfully created a human/Goa'uld hybrid in the form of a young woman. The team's desire to help the woman must be traded against the need to disarm a Goa'uld bomb that threatens all of Orange County.
On his first day in office, President Hayes is briefed on the Stargate program. His Vice President, Robert Kinsey, immediately tries to convince the President to replace General Hammond and SG-1, assisted by investigator Richard Woolsey. In flashbacks to previous episodes, Woolsey and Kinsey try to convince Hayes that SG-1 is not to be trusted. Woolsey has a change of heart about Kinsey and backtracks with the President, who remains noncommittal.
7.21 Lost City Part 1
Daniel leads the team to a repository of Ancients' knowledge, hoping they can bring it home and use it to find the Lost City. Under fire from Anubis, Jack instead takes the download himself, knowing he will gain that knowledge, even if it costs him his life. President Hayes removes Hammond from command and installs Dr. Elizabeth Weir, a civilian. Bra'tac arrives with news that Anubis and his forces are planning to attack Earth in three days.
7.22 Lost City Part 2
Exhibiting the Ancients' knowledge, and with Daniel translating for him, O'Neill leads SG-1 to a distant planet that is clearly an Ancients outpost. He takes a power supply and leads them back to Earth again, to a similar outpost in Antarctica. With help from Hammond and the Prometheus, Jack repels Anubis' attack, destroying him and his forces. But Jack is drained, and at his command the team puts him into a stasis chamber, with no idea how to remove the Ancients' knowledge and save him.
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--Kylie Lee 09:36, 18 Jun 2004 (PDT)