History StargateSG1 / AToF

29th Mar '17 10:47:11 AM JBK405
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* ArcNumber: Five. Or rather, its ordinal form ''fifth''. It is used in the titles of two separate episodes ("The Fifth Race" and "The Fifth Man"), the name of a recurring character (Fifth), and as a pseudo-series goal for humanity to become 'the fifth race'.
8th Mar '17 10:26:13 AM CrypticMirror
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* AmnesiaEpisode: "Memento Mori" has team member Vala getting amnesia and lost in somewhere in America believing herself to be an ordinary human woman named Val and disbelieving in aliens after she was kidnapped and hooked up to a MindProbe. Exactly why she defaulted to that state, being a HumanAlien, is left unexplained.
19th Jan '17 10:40:50 PM Mjolnir13621
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** The Light Matrix Hologram in season 4's "The Light" has a mesmerizing effect along with a pleasant high. However, the withdrawal can be enough to drive people to suicide.
19th Jan '17 8:26:51 AM StFan
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* CallBack: In "Citizen Joe". Aside from it being a RecapEpisode, the eponymous Joe also makes mention of several minor jokes that have no bearing on the plot, such as Jack's analogy in "Lost City" in which he compares [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Mr. Burns]] to a Goa'uld.

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* CallBack: In "Citizen Joe". Aside from it being a RecapEpisode, the eponymous Joe also makes mention of several minor jokes that have no bearing on the plot, such as Jack's analogy in "Lost City" in which he compares [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Mr. Burns]] to a Goa'uld. Also doubles as ActorAllusion, since Joe was played by Homer Simpson.



** Also doubles as ActorAllusion, since Joe was played by Homer Simpson.



* ClosetGeek: Teal'c, surprisingly enough. Among his favourite films is ''Franchise/StarWars'' (he's seen it 9 times, and when asked for an example of a virgin birth, he immediately thinks of Darth Vader), and he mentions having played video games like ''VideoGame/DefJamVendetta''.
** The latter doubles as ActorAllusion as Christopher Judge (Teal'c) was one of the voice actors for Dem Jam Vendetta.

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* ClosetGeek: Teal'c, surprisingly enough. Among his favourite films is ''Franchise/StarWars'' (he's seen it 9 times, and when asked for an example of a virgin birth, he immediately thinks of Darth Vader), and he mentions having played video games like ''VideoGame/DefJamVendetta''.
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''VideoGame/DefJamVendetta''. The latter doubles as ActorAllusion as Christopher Judge (Teal'c) was one of the voice actors for Dem ''Dem Jam Vendetta.Vendetta''.
19th Jan '17 7:07:58 AM Mjolnir13621
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**The latter doubles as ActorAllusion as Christopher Judge (Teal'c) was one of the voice actors for Dem Jam Vendetta.
18th Jan '17 4:13:14 PM StFan
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** The MALP (Mobile Analytic Laboratory Probe, an unmanned unit sent to scout newly dialed gates). If you think it looks clumsy and low tech, you are right. Large, slow, with a huge blind spot, it's generations behind the Mars Rover, which successfully completed it's mission the same year SGC was established.

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** The MALP (Mobile Analytic Laboratory Probe, an unmanned unit sent to scout newly dialed gates). If you think it looks clumsy and low tech, you are right. Large, slow, with a huge blind spot, it's generations behind the Mars Rover, which successfully completed it's its mission the same year SGC was established.
18th Jan '17 2:06:20 PM Mjolnir13621
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** The Mount (unmanned unit sent to scout newly dialed gates). If you think it looks clumsy and low tech, you are right. Large, slow, with a huge blind spot, it's generations behind the Mars Rover, which successfully completed it's mission the same year SGC was established.

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** The Mount (unmanned MALP (Mobile Analytic Laboratory Probe, an unmanned unit sent to scout newly dialed gates). If you think it looks clumsy and low tech, you are right. Large, slow, with a huge blind spot, it's generations behind the Mars Rover, which successfully completed it's mission the same year SGC was established.
14th Jan '17 5:49:32 AM StFan
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** TheTeaser of "[[Recap/StargateSG1S4E1SmallVictoriesPart2 Small Victories]]" has a pair Russian Navy submariners yelling at each other in unsubtitled foreign language. Problem is, one's speaking Russian and the other Ukrainian, which is sort of like if you tried speaking Spanish to someone from Brazil or Portugal: they might get every third word. Probably just as well, [[NoFourthWall considering they're literally asking each other if the noise they heard is the bugs]] from [[Recap/StargateSG1S3E22Nemesis the last episode]] (i.e. the Replicators).

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** TheTeaser of "[[Recap/StargateSG1S4E1SmallVictoriesPart2 "[[Recap/StargateSG1S4E1SmallVictories Small Victories]]" has a pair Russian Navy submariners yelling at each other in unsubtitled foreign language. Problem is, one's speaking Russian and the other Ukrainian, which is sort of like if you tried speaking Spanish to someone from Brazil or Portugal: they might get every third word. Probably just as well, [[NoFourthWall considering they're literally asking each other if the noise they heard is the bugs]] from [[Recap/StargateSG1S3E22Nemesis the last episode]] (i.e. the Replicators).
26th Dec '16 3:09:46 PM StFan
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* AllYourBaseAreBelongToUs: In an alternate reality Daniel found in Season 1's "There But For the Grace of God", Alternate!Teal'c leads an attack on Stargate Command through the front door. [[spoiler:He kills everyone except Daniel on his way to the Stargate.]]

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* AllYourBaseAreBelongToUs: In an alternate reality Daniel found in Season 1's "There But For but for the Grace of God", Alternate!Teal'c leads an attack on Stargate Command through the front door. [[spoiler:He kills everyone except Daniel on his way to the Stargate.]]



** Jack quotes this sarcastically when Daniel's explaining that he's been to an alternate reality in "There but for the Grace of God":
--->'''Jack O'Neill:''' And you were there, and you were there, and there's no place like home.



** Jack quotes this sarcastically when Daniel's explaining that he's been to an alternate reality in There But For the Grace of God:
---> And you were there, and you were there, and there's no place like home.



** "Spirits" opens with an arrow shot through the Stargate that goes through a pane of bulletproof glass and still manages to wound O'Neill sufficiently [[YouAreInCommandNow to force Carter to take command of SG-1]]. Of course, it was a ''[[{{Unobtanium}} trinium]]'' arrow.

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** "Spirits" opens with an arrow shot through the Stargate that goes through a pane of bulletproof glass and still manages to wound O'Neill sufficiently [[YouAreInCommandNow to force Carter to take command of SG-1]]. Of course, it was is a ''[[{{Unobtanium}} trinium]]'' arrow.



** "There But for the Grace of God": The alternate Daniel Jackson never joined the Stargate Program and died in a Goa'uld orbital bombardment of Egypt. [[spoiler:Alt!Hammond subsequently died defending the SGC, Alt!O'Neill was killed trying to talk Alt!Teal'c into a MookFaceTurn, and Alt!Carter blew herself up to keep a piece of phlebotinum out of Goa'uld hands. Alt!Teal'c died when the base self-destructed.]]

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** "There But but for the Grace of God": The alternate Daniel Jackson never joined the Stargate Program and died in a Goa'uld orbital bombardment of Egypt. [[spoiler:Alt!Hammond subsequently died defending the SGC, Alt!O'Neill was killed trying to talk Alt!Teal'c into a MookFaceTurn, and Alt!Carter blew herself up to keep a piece of phlebotinum out of Goa'uld hands. Alt!Teal'c died when the base self-destructed.]]



* FlingALightIntoTheFuture: In "There But for the Grace of God", an unknown race that was about to be wiped out by the Goa'uld in an AlternateUniverse broadcast a message containing the attack's staging point's gate address. That universe's SGC (the SGA) picked it up but couldn't understand it because they never learned Goa'uld on Abydos. Then Daniel turned up in that universe thanks to AppliedPhlebotinum. He was able to bring back the message to his own SGC and it enabled them to stop the Goa'uld from invading Earth.

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* FlingALightIntoTheFuture: In "There But but for the Grace of God", an unknown race that was about to be wiped out by the Goa'uld in an AlternateUniverse broadcast a message containing the attack's staging point's gate address. That universe's SGC (the SGA) picked it up but couldn't understand it because they never learned Goa'uld on Abydos. Then Daniel turned up in that universe thanks to AppliedPhlebotinum. He was able to bring back the message to his own SGC and it enabled them to stop the Goa'uld from invading Earth.
26th Dec '16 8:40:46 AM Arvaus
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* AndYouWereThere: In "The Changeling", where whilst suffering [[AdventuresInComaland symbiote withdrawal]], Teal'c reimagines SG-1 as a group of firefighters, where he is a human named T, who's ''far'' less stoic than Teal'c.

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* AndYouWereThere: AndYouWereThere:
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In "The Changeling", where whilst suffering [[AdventuresInComaland symbiote withdrawal]], Teal'c reimagines SG-1 as a group of firefighters, where he is a human named T, who's ''far'' less stoic than Teal'c.
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