History ShoutOut / StargateSG1

7th Jun '16 4:19:26 PM BlackTemplar
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* In "Upgrades" the Atanik armbands bear the inscription "[[{{Spiderman}} With great power comes great responsibility.]]"
29th May '16 3:34:09 PM suchetha
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* In the Season 1 episode 10 [[Recap/StargateSG1S1E12FireAndWater Fire And Water]] Teal'c finds a game of [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hounds_and_Jackals Hounds and Jackals]] among Daniel's effects. He mentions that they "belonged to a Pharaoh’s daughter" probably a reference to the scene in [[Film/TheTenCommandments The Ten Commandments]] where Pharaoh Sethi's daughter Nefretiri plays the game with him.
20th Oct '15 1:44:32 PM ErikModi
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* In the opening of "Zero Hour," Sgt. "Chevron Guy" Harriman is constantly anticipating O'Neill's needs and finishing his sentences. [[Series/MASH A small guy in glasses who appears more competent than his somewhat-clueless CO, and who's first name is Walter?]]

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* In the opening of "Zero Hour," Sgt. "Chevron Guy" Harriman is constantly anticipating O'Neill's needs and finishing his sentences. [[Series/MASH [[{{Series/MASH}} A small guy in glasses who appears more competent than his somewhat-clueless CO, and who's first name is Walter?]]
20th Oct '15 1:43:40 PM ErikModi
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* In the opening of "Zero Hour," Sgt. "Chevron Guy" Harriman is constantly anticipating O'Neill's needs and finishing his sentences. [[Series/MASH A small guy in glasses who appears more competent than his somewhat-clueless CO, and who's first name is Walter?]]
14th Sep '14 1:16:27 PM TVRulezAgain
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* Season eight episode ''Avatar'' has Carter remark that Teal'c played ''VideoGame/{{Doom}}'' when entering a simulator that is be very similar to it. He responds saying he played ''[[DefJamSeries Def Jam Vendetta]]''. Teal'c's actor did voice work for the latter.

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* Season eight episode ''Avatar'' has Carter remark that Teal'c played ''VideoGame/{{Doom}}'' when entering a simulator that is be very similar to it. He responds saying he played ''[[DefJamSeries ''[[VideoGame/DefJamSeries Def Jam Vendetta]]''. Teal'c's actor did voice work for the latter.
30th Apr '14 11:30:52 AM orangecathat
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* Carter's "It took fifteen years and three supercomputers to Series/MacGyver a way to open the gate" line, improvised by Tapping.

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* Carter's "It took fifteen years and three supercomputers to Series/MacGyver a way to open the gate" line, improvised by Tapping.
* At the start of first season episode "Politics", Jack dismisses Daniel's story of an alternate universe with [[Film/TheWizardOfOz "And you were there, and you were there, and there's no place like home."]]
15th Jan '14 12:51:45 PM doornik1142
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* When Senator Kinsey laughs off the Goa'uld threat as no match for the U.S. military, Daniel mockingly says "What do you suggest we do, [[Film/IndependenceDay upload a virus to their mothership?]]"

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* When Senator Kinsey laughs off the Goa'uld threat as no match for the U.S. military, Daniel mockingly says "What do you suggest we do, "Oh sure, we'll just [[Film/IndependenceDay upload a computer virus to into their mothership?]]"mothership]]."
7th Jan '14 10:32:16 AM StFan
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* "The Other Guys" contains many references to ''Franchise/StarTrek'', both overt and subtle. The characters of Coombs and Felger discuss the series, with Coombs a fan and Felger very condescending, and Khonsu has a bat'leth, a Klingon weapon, on the wall behind his throne. Khonsu is also dressed [[RedShirt all in red]] and is killed soon after Coombs [[LampshadeHanging mentions that they are as likely to die as if they were wearing red shirts]]. Funnier since Coombs plays a Star Trek Enterprise Regular, Dr. Phlox. Funnier still, considering how many Star Trek regulars had guest spots on Stargate.

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* "The Other Guys" contains many references to ''Franchise/StarTrek'', both overt and subtle. The characters of Coombs and Felger discuss the series, with Coombs a fan and Felger very condescending, and Khonsu has a bat'leth, a Klingon weapon, on the wall behind his throne. Khonsu is also dressed [[RedShirt all in red]] and is killed soon after Coombs [[LampshadeHanging mentions that they are as likely to die as if they were wearing red shirts]]. Funnier since Coombs plays a Star Trek Enterprise Regular, ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise'' regular, Dr. Phlox. Funnier still, considering how many Star Trek ''Star Trek'' regulars had guest spots on Stargate.''Stargate''.



* Not to mention that he is also captured by someone in face-concealing black armor who beats him up, then, when he's tied down, removes her helmet, revealing Claudia Black -- a definite shout out to the first reveal of Aeryn Sun in ''Series/{{Farscape}}''.

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* Not to mention that he is also captured by someone in face-concealing black armor who beats him up, then, when he's tied down, removes her helmet, revealing Claudia Black -- a definite shout out shout-out to the first reveal of Aeryn Sun in ''Series/{{Farscape}}''.



* In season nine's "The Scourge", Mitchell motivates a tired bureaucrat to keep marching by making up "treeferrets", a dangerous arboreal creature that can separate a mans head from his shoulders. In the [[Literature/HonorHarrington Honorverse]], tree''cats'' are dangerous arboreal creatures that can separate a man's head from his shoulders, and are described as actually looking like ferrets, not cats. Later, when Mitchell and Teal'c [[CasualDangerDialogue discuss what they are going to watch on movie night]] Teal'c explains that he was considering ''Old School''. At the end of the episode, after defeating [[BugWar the horde of alien insects]], Mitchell explains that they are instead going to watch ''Film/StarshipTroopers''.

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* In season nine's "The Scourge", Mitchell motivates a tired bureaucrat to keep marching by making up "treeferrets", a dangerous arboreal creature that can separate a mans man's head from his shoulders. In the [[Literature/HonorHarrington Honorverse]], tree''cats'' are dangerous arboreal creatures that can separate a man's head from his shoulders, and are described as actually looking like ferrets, not cats. Later, when Mitchell and Teal'c [[CasualDangerDialogue discuss what they are going to watch on movie night]] Teal'c explains that he was considering ''Old School''. At the end of the episode, after defeating [[BugWar the horde of alien insects]], Mitchell explains that they are instead going to watch ''Film/StarshipTroopers''.
22nd Oct '13 10:19:27 AM StFan
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* Season eight episode ''Avatar'' has Carter remark that Teal'c played ''VideoGame/{{Doom}}'' when entering a simulator that is be very similar to it. He responds saying he played [[DefJamSeries Def Jam Vendetta]]. Teal'c's actor did voice work for the latter.

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* Season eight episode ''Avatar'' has Carter remark that Teal'c played ''VideoGame/{{Doom}}'' when entering a simulator that is be very similar to it. He responds saying he played [[DefJamSeries ''[[DefJamSeries Def Jam Vendetta]].Vendetta]]''. Teal'c's actor did voice work for the latter.
22nd Sep '13 1:16:38 PM StFan
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* There are a whole lot of ''[[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Simpsons]]'' references throughout the series, since it is O'Neill's favorite show. Commentary on the DVD's reveals that these were included because it is Richard Dean Anderson's favorite show in real life.
** Which culminated in Creator/DanCastellaneta's appearance in the episode "Citizen Joe" (as well as Anderson's appearance as himself in the ''Simpsons'' episode "Kiss Kiss, Bang Bangalore", attending a ''Stargate'' convention).

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* There are a whole lot of ''[[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Simpsons]]'' references throughout the series, since it is O'Neill's favorite show. Commentary on the DVD's reveals that these were included because it is Richard Dean Anderson's favorite show in real life.
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life. Which culminated in Creator/DanCastellaneta's appearance in the episode "Citizen Joe" (as well as Anderson's appearance as himself in the ''Simpsons'' episode "Kiss Kiss, Bang Bangalore", attending a ''Stargate'' convention).



* Season Three episode "Shades of Grey". "[[{{Seinfeld}} Hello, ''Newman'']]."
* In "Tangent", Daniel claims to be "The Great and Powerful Oz", which is only one of numerous references to ''Film/TheWizardOfOz'' throughout the show. Later, when Daniel and Sam tell Jacob Carter that they were hoping he could "beam" Teal'c and O'Neill out of their out-of-control craft, he incredulously asks if they think he is [[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries Scotty]].
** Jonathan Glassner mentioned on the DVD featurettes for season 3 that it became a RunningGag between him and another writer to see how many ''Wizard of Oz'' references they could fit into the show.
* In the episode "2010" Carter is involved with a plan to turn Jupiter into a star, referencing ArthurCClarke's book ''[[Literature/TheSpaceOdysseySeries 2010: Odyssey Two]]''. In the sequel "2001" [[LampshadeHanging Clarke and his novel is explicitly mentioned]].

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* Season Three episode "Shades of Grey". "[[{{Seinfeld}} "[[Series/{{Seinfeld}} Hello, ''Newman'']]."
* In "Tangent", Daniel claims to be "The Great and Powerful Oz", which is only one of numerous references to ''Film/TheWizardOfOz'' throughout the show. Jonathan Glassner mentioned on the DVD featurettes for season 3 that it became a RunningGag between him and another writer to see how many ''Wizard of Oz'' references they could fit into the show.
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Later, when Daniel and Sam tell Jacob Carter that they were hoping he could "beam" Teal'c and O'Neill out of their out-of-control craft, he incredulously asks if they think he is [[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries Scotty]].
** Jonathan Glassner mentioned on the DVD featurettes for season 3 that it became a RunningGag between him and another writer to see how many ''Wizard of Oz'' references they could fit into the show.
* In the episode "2010" Carter is involved with a plan to turn Jupiter into a star, referencing ArthurCClarke's Creator/ArthurCClarke's book ''[[Literature/TheSpaceOdysseySeries 2010: Odyssey Two]]''. In the sequel "2001" [[LampshadeHanging Clarke and his novel is explicitly mentioned]].



* Season eight episode ''Avatar'' has Carter remark that Teal'c played {{VideoGame/Doom}} when entering a simulator that is be very similar to it. He responds saying he played [[DefJamSeries Def Jam Vendetta]]. Teal'c's actor did voice work for the latter.

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* Season eight episode ''Avatar'' has Carter remark that Teal'c played {{VideoGame/Doom}} ''VideoGame/{{Doom}}'' when entering a simulator that is be very similar to it. He responds saying he played [[DefJamSeries Def Jam Vendetta]]. Teal'c's actor did voice work for the latter.



* The episode "200" revolves around the production of a ''Wormhole X-Treme!'' movie, which was being produced even though the show had been cancelled after airing only three episodes. DVD commentary confirmed that this was a reference to ''Series/{{Firefly}}'' and ''Film/{{Serenity}}''. "200" is a hurricane of Shout Outs, with entire segments dedicated to ''Franchise/StarTrek'', ''Film/TheWizardOfOz'' and ''Series/{{Farscape}}'', as well as a short ''Series/GilligansIsland'' reference.
** One sequence was an abridged mashup of elements of the [[Film/{{Stargate}} movie]] and pilot episode, done in the style of ''Film/TeamAmericaWorldPolice'' (or the show ''Team America'' parodied, ''Series/{{Thunderbirds}}''), complete with puppets by the Chiodo Brothers.

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* The episode "200" revolves around the production of a ''Wormhole X-Treme!'' movie, which was being produced even though the show had been cancelled after airing only three episodes. DVD commentary confirmed that this was a reference to ''Series/{{Firefly}}'' and ''Film/{{Serenity}}''. "200" is a hurricane of Shout Outs, with entire segments dedicated to ''Franchise/StarTrek'', ''Film/TheWizardOfOz'' and ''Series/{{Farscape}}'', as well as a short ''Series/GilligansIsland'' reference.
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One sequence was an abridged mashup of elements of the [[Film/{{Stargate}} movie]] and pilot episode, done in the style of ''Film/TeamAmericaWorldPolice'' (or the show ''Team America'' parodied, ''Series/{{Thunderbirds}}''), complete with puppets by the Chiodo Brothers.


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