Jack O'Neill: Favorites

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Sport: Hockey. He has mentioned curling several times, though we are never sure if his references are out of interest or meant as levity. He also plays golf... through the Stargate when possible (4.06 "Window of Opportunity").

Drink: beer.

Breakfast food: Fruit Loops, though that may have been displaced by oatmeal after a repeated diet of the cereal during the time loop in which the same day repeated for an unknown but large number of days (4.06 "Window of Opportunity").

Actress: Mary Steenburgen. This is speculation due to mention of Jack's private thoughts by an entity called Urgo (3.16 "Urgo"). He also mentions her while being interviewed by a documentary producer (7.17 "Heroes Part 1").

TV Channels: C-SPAN, a current affairs channel (2.14 "Touchstone") and, presumably, ESPN for sports coverage. He has also mentioned Showtime (1.22 "Within the Serpent's Grasp"), but since he doesn't watch a lot of movies, that might well be a joke.

TV Programs: The Simpsons (4.10 "Beneath the Surface", 6.04 "Frozen", and 7.21 "The Lost City Part 1"), which may have replaced Starsky and Hutch (4.15 "Chain Reaction", 5.11 "Desperate Measures") in his heart.

Music: Opera (3.18 "Shades of Grey"). The opera was by Leoncavallo and the extract heard was from Pagliacci (The Clowns).

Magazines: MAD Magazine (3.18 "Shades of Grey"), National Geographic (5.11 "Desperate Measures") and Cracked (7.03 "Fragile Balance"). Mad and Cracked are devoted to comedy, parody and humour.

Animals/Pets: Dogs (3.05 "Learning Curve", 4.16 "2010")

Movies: The Wizard of Oz (4.17 "Absolute Power", 6.16 "Metamorphosis")

Vehicle of choice: Dark green extended cab Ford F250 pickup truck (5.11 "Desperate Measures", 6.13 "Sight Unseen", and 7.03 "Fragile Balance") though he has expressed appreciation for older models of the Corvette (2.21 "1969").

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--Michelle 23:04, 3 Jul 2004 (PDT)