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21st Aug '16 11:05:11 AM AFP
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** Also from the pilot: Several Jaffa show up in Death Gliders to rain down destruction as they did in the original film. ''[[SoLastSeason This time]]'', one of the human soldiers raises an AntiAir missile launcher and splashes one of the gliders.
14th Aug '16 5:16:41 PM harlbior
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* The Nox helping the Tollans (who are effectively being held on Earth by the NID) leave in "Enigma". Lya recognizes and welcomes the Tollans as fellow pacifists and opens the stargate just by closing her eyes and raising her arms. The Tollans then begin disappearing to the confusion of the the soldiers in the gate room. When they are finally ordered to open fire, their weapons vanish from their hands; Lya didn't come alone.
9th Aug '16 3:55:17 PM nombretomado
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* Oma finally getting off the bench in [[DeadLikeMe Der Waffle House]] and keeping Anubis out of our plane of existence.

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* Oma finally getting off the bench in [[DeadLikeMe [[Series/DeadLikeMe Der Waffle House]] and keeping Anubis out of our plane of existence.
13th May '16 10:49:04 AM harlbior
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* Jonas Quinn in "Descent" using a ring transporter for a quick escape after activating the hanger bay shields of a downed Ha'tak... while underwater. The rings not only transport him, but the column of water he was standing in.
** For that matter, when SG-1 escapes said Ha'tak in Goa'uld death gliders... also underwater. With no problems, despite never having been engineered for it.
25th Mar '16 10:45:39 AM harlbior
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** Teal'c tries to sway the Jaffa on Chulak to join him in rescuing his friends. Few of them volunteer, but who is one of the robed volunteers? Hammond of Texas himself!
16th Nov '15 9:17:20 PM vn70072
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* O'Neill succeeds in destroying an entire Goa'uld mothership using only [[PintsizedPowerhouse two drones launched from a ship the size of an automobile]].
29th Oct '15 11:44:26 AM vn70072
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** Around the planet's stargate are a mixture of corpses of Cimmereans and Jaffa. Armed with little more than swords and axes, the locals managed to break through to the gate so that a call for help could be sent to Earth.

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** Around the planet's stargate are a mixture of corpses of Cimmereans and Jaffa. Armed with little more than swords and axes, the locals managed to break through to the gate so that a call for help could be sent to Earth. Later we see a local strike down a Jaffa with a thrown ax!
29th Oct '15 11:36:42 AM vn70072
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** Around the planet's stargate are a mixture of corpses of Cimmereans and Jaffa. Armed with little more than swords and axes, the locals managed to break through to the gate so that a call for help could be sent to Earth.
6th Sep '15 6:47:56 PM Oberoniss
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* Not on that scale as the rest of her exploits, but Sam's ''original'' CrowningMomentOfAwesome was her "reproductive organs" speech to Jack in the pilot, helping to establish that she was not going to sit back and be TheChick on this show.
** It was more awesome for O'Neill: Carter walks in assuming she'll be discriminated against, and starts talking sexual organs when nobody ''but'' her has 'em in mind. O'Neill, against the stereotype, rolls with it and says it's ''scientists'' he has a problem with.
** Since the re-release of this episode in 2009 ("Children of the Gods" the Director's Cut), Sam's "reproductive organs" line is removed. She wins the argument with more style this time.
*** Which is kinda silly since now anyone who's only seen that version of the episode will be wondering why the show keeps making jokes about Sam discussing reproductive organs.
** Considering Kawalsky and Ferretti were already making jabs about her gender, Carter had every right to feel that she would be discriminated against. And if she also claims to have been in the military during the Gulf War, Carter was part of only 11% of women that comprised the military at that time. Today women still consist only of 14 to 15% and are still excluded from occupying certain positions. Perhaps her speech was directed at O'Neill, but it was for everybody. This was a great Crowning Moment of Awesome because not only did Sam make it perfectly clear that she is able to stand equal with the men, but that she is not ashamed of her gender or feels any need to be "one of the guys." For this troper, just the fact that she decided to stay in the military for so long despite what was probably years of discrimination is itself a Crowning Moment of Awesome.
** Also, you know. She's one of the most indispensable people in this universe, capable not only of holding a gun and ripping someone to shreds with it, but also to understand what all the technobabble means.
5th Sep '15 5:40:32 PM ShorinBJ
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--> '''Carter''': Are you telling me we just blew up an Ori ship-
--> '''[=McKay=]''': -by destroying a Wraith ship?

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--> '''Carter''': -->'''Carter''': Are you telling me we just blew up an Ori ship-
--> '''[=McKay=]''': -->'''[=McKay=]''': -by destroying a Wraith ship?ship?
* The moment in the finale when Thor answers Cam's question of what they're getting after the Asgard start modifying the humans' ship.
-->'''Thor''': Everything we have and know.
-->'''Cam''': Everything, as in...
-->'''Thor''': ''Everything''.
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