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* The entire team's individual mini-monologues when Daniel was [[spoiler: dying]] in "Meridian".[[/folder]]

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* The entire team's individual mini-monologues when [[spoiler: Daniel was [[spoiler: dying]] in "Meridian".[[/folder]]


--->’’’Daniel:’’’ Now as soon as we're gone, I want you to close it, bury it, put a big, heavy cover stone over it—nothing good can ever come through this 'gate. Do you understand me? \\
’’’Abydonian:’’’ You came through, Daniel.

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--->’’’Daniel:’’’ ---> '''Daniel: ''' Now as soon as we're gone, I want you to close it, bury it, put a big, heavy cover stone over it—nothing good can ever come through this 'gate. Do you understand me? \\
’’’Abydonian:’’’ '''Abydonian:''' You came through, Daniel.


’’’Abydonian:’’’ You came through, Daniel. \\

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’’’Abydonian:’’’ You came through, Daniel. \\


—->’’’Daniel:’’’ Now as soon as we're gone, I want you to close it, bury it, put a big, heavy cover stone over it—nothing good can ever come through this 'gate. Do you understand me? \\
—->’’’Abydonian:’’’ You came through, Daniel.

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—->’’’Daniel:’’’ --->’’’Daniel:’’’ Now as soon as we're gone, I want you to close it, bury it, put a big, heavy cover stone over it—nothing good can ever come through this 'gate. Do you understand me? \\
—->’’’Abydonian:’’’ ’’’Abydonian:’’’ You came through, Daniel. \\


—->’’’Daniel:’’’ Now as soon as we're gone, I want you to close it, bury it, put a big, heavy cover stone over it—nothing good can ever come through this 'gate. Do you understand me?

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—->’’’Daniel:’’’ Now as soon as we're gone, I want you to close it, bury it, put a big, heavy cover stone over it—nothing good can ever come through this 'gate. Do you understand me?me? \\

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** Daniel’s goodbye to the Abydonians is as heartwarming as it is a {{Tearjerker}}.
—->’’’Daniel:’’’ Now as soon as we're gone, I want you to close it, bury it, put a big, heavy cover stone over it—nothing good can ever come through this 'gate. Do you understand me?
—->’’’Abydonian:’’’ You came through, Daniel.


* "Children of the Gods", after Teal'c's HeelFaceTurn against Apophis' henchmen, he seems shell-shocked, realizing his life has turned upside down. When he tells Jack O'Neill that he now has nowhere to go, Jack light-heartedly tells the Jaffa that he can live at his place.
** At the end of the series premiere, the entire team stands in front of the Gate in what is an obvious, yet still heartwarming money shot.

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* "Children of the Gods", Gods"
** The UndyingLoyalty O’Neill, Kawalski, and Ferretti have for the people of Abydos, willing to risk court martial by falsifying their reports on the Abydos mission by claiming the Stargate was destroyed. And how quickly O’Neill drops the façade to protect the Abydonians, challenging the authority of a general when the latter still insists on sending through a nuclear device to destroy the Abydos Stargate and, by extension, the Abydonians.
*** Hammond demonstrating himself to be a BaitAndSwitchTyrant by rethinking his orders to bomb the Abydos Stargate
after reflecting on O’Neill’s words about the innocents living on the other side.
** After
Teal'c's HeelFaceTurn against Apophis' henchmen, he seems shell-shocked, realizing his life has turned upside down. When he tells Jack O'Neill that he now has nowhere to go, Jack light-heartedly lightheartedly tells the Jaffa that he can live at his place.
** *** At the end of the series premiere, the entire team stands in front of the Gate in what is an obvious, yet still heartwarming money shot.


** Meanwhile, in the series finale of ''Series/StargateAtlantis'', the ''Daedalus''-class ship about to be commissioned for Colonel Carter's command had its name changed at the last minute -- from the ''Phoenix'' (as Carter's ship in an alternate reality was named) to the ''General Hammond'', in honor of the recently deceased Hammond (and, of course, his actor).

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** Meanwhile, in the series finale of ''Series/StargateAtlantis'', the ''Daedalus''-class ship about to be commissioned for Colonel Carter's command had its name changed at the last minute -- from the ''Phoenix'' (as Carter's ship in an alternate reality was named) to the ''General ''George Hammond'', in honor of the recently deceased Hammond (and, of course, his actor).


* "The Fifth Race". O'Neill is about to step through the Stargate to...somewhere...with no guarantee of getting back or even surviving. Teal'c: "I will accompany you O'Neill".

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* "The Fifth Race". O'Neill is about to step through the Stargate to...somewhere...with no guarantee of getting back or even surviving. Teal'c: "I will accompany you you, O'Neill".


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* In "A Hundred Days". When Teal'c and O'Neill are reunited after O'Neill was stranded for three months. "Teal'c, you are one stubborn son of a bitch". The look on his face when he sees his friend risking everything to rescue him.

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* "Message in a Bottle". Teal'c standing by O'Neill saying "undomesticated equines could not remove me". "Wild horses, Teal'c".
** Plus the end when the SGC is saved and the you see General Hammond looking out at the team. He puts his hand out and rests it on a monitor. It's a small moment but you can feel that he's a father to his men.


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* "The Fifth Race". O'Neill is about to step through the Stargate to...somewhere...with no guarantee of getting back or even surviving. Teal'c: "I will accompany you O'Neill".


* ''Series/StargateSG1'' has pulled off some truly heartwarming moments, but none bigger than the episode "Heroes". When [[spoiler: Dr. Frasier dies]], instead of giving a traditional eulogy, Sam Carter lists the names of the many people who are ''alive'' because of her being at the SGC. This is followed by an even bigger one from documentarian Emmett Bregman:

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* ''Series/StargateSG1'' has pulled off some truly heartwarming moments, but none bigger than the episode "Heroes". When [[spoiler: Dr. Frasier Fraiser dies]], instead of giving a traditional eulogy, Sam Carter lists the names of the many people who are ''alive'' because of her being at the SGC. This is followed by an even bigger one from documentarian Emmett Bregman:


* "Children of the God's", after Teal'c's HeelFaceTurn against Apophis' henchmen, he seems shell-shocked, realizing his life has turned upside down. When he tells Jack O'Neill that he now has nowhere to go, Jack light-heartedly tells the Jaffa that he can live at his place.

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* "Children of the God's", Gods", after Teal'c's HeelFaceTurn against Apophis' henchmen, he seems shell-shocked, realizing his life has turned upside down. When he tells Jack O'Neill that he now has nowhere to go, Jack light-heartedly tells the Jaffa that he can live at his place.



* "Cold Lazarus", the revelation that the crystal-energy being just wanted to help Jack heal from the loss of his son.
** Specifically, the crystal being thought it could just bring his son back. It didn't understand that he *couldn't* be brought back because he was dead. The being said later "physical death is not the same for us". Basically, the crystal beings don't have a concept of permanent death.

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* "Cold Lazarus", the revelation that the crystal-energy being just wanted to help Jack heal from the loss of his son.
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son. Specifically, the crystal being thought it could just bring his son back. It didn't understand that he *couldn't* be brought back because he was dead. The being said later "physical death is not the same for us". Basically, the crystal beings don't have a concept of permanent death.



* In the Season 3 premiere "Into the Fire," Immediately after O'Neill wakes up [[spoiler: in the cryo-chamber where the undercover Tok'ra placed him to kill the Gou'ald symbiote with which he'd been implanted, he kills Hathor by throwing her into the cryo-chamber,]] then rushes over to check on an unconscious Carter. When she sits up, he's so relieved he gives her a bear hug. Doubles as a CMOF when Carter asks how he is, and, still hugging her, he says, "Cold! I'm a little chilly. But I'm still me."

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* In the Season 3 premiere "Into the Fire," Immediately Fire", immediately after O'Neill wakes up [[spoiler: in the cryo-chamber where the undercover Tok'ra placed him to kill the Gou'ald symbiote with which he'd been implanted, he kills Hathor by throwing her into the cryo-chamber,]] then rushes over to check on an unconscious Carter. When she sits up, he's so relieved he gives her a bear hug. Doubles as a CMOF when Carter asks how he is, and, still hugging her, he says, "Cold! I'm a little chilly. But I'm still me."



* O'Neill and the rest of the team protecting Tyler in "The Fifth Man", much to the aliens confusion.

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* O'Neill and the rest of the team protecting Tyler in "The Fifth Man", much to the aliens alien's confusion.



* Jack getting all protective of Daniel when he thought Reese had tried to hurt him in "Menace"

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* Jack getting all protective of Daniel when he thought Reese had tried to hurt him in "Menace""Menace".



* Egeria, the long-assumed-dead Queen of the Tok'ra is found alive in cure, after [[AndIMustScream being imprisoned by Ra for thousands of years and then used for medical experiments for the last 50, and for the last 25 years forced to give birth to millions of new symbiotes so the Pangarens can use them for an addictive cure-all medication]] until it nearly kills her (though, granted, they were ignorant of who she really was, and were horrified when they found out). After being given a new human host at long last while she dies, what's her last act alive? [[AllLovingHero Giving her torturers the antidote to the medication so they can live]].

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* Egeria, the long-assumed-dead Queen of the Tok'ra is found alive in cure, "Cure", after [[AndIMustScream being imprisoned by Ra for thousands of years and then used for medical experiments for the last 50, and for the last 25 years forced to give birth to millions of new symbiotes so the Pangarens can use them for an addictive cure-all medication]] until it nearly kills her (though, granted, they were ignorant of who she really was, and were horrified when they found out). After being given a new human host at long last while she dies, what's her last act alive? [[AllLovingHero Giving her torturers the antidote to the medication so they can live]].



* Thor's appearance at the end of "Disclosure", where he arrives in a meeting with government representatives from world powers to encourage them to keep General Hammond in charge of the SGC. To put this in perspective, this is the Supreme Commander of the Asgard fleet - i.e., the guy who always tells the Tau'ri he's too busy fighting the replicators a galaxy away to lend a spare ship, and he puts all of this aside to travel all the way to Earth to put in a good word for his Tau'ri friends.
* Remember the red phone that connects directly to the U.S President that General Hammond has in his office? The first number on his speed-dial is of his grandchildren.

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* Thor's appearance at the end of "Disclosure", where he arrives in a meeting with government representatives from world powers to encourage them to keep General Hammond in charge of the SGC. To put this in perspective, this is the Supreme Commander of the Asgard fleet - i.e., the guy who always tells the Tau'ri he's too busy fighting the replicators Replicators a galaxy away to lend a spare ship, and he puts all of this aside to travel all the way to Earth to put in a good word for his Tau'ri friends.
* Remember the red phone that connects directly to the U.S President that General Hammond has in his office? The first number on his speed-dial is of his grandchildren. It's a rewatch bonus, as it's initially played off as comedy. That's right, Hammond cares for his family so much that none of the other characters even question the decision to have ''the leader of the free world'' take backseat to his grandchildren.



* I don't know why, but Jack giving him back his glasses after he [[spoiler: Descends in the premier]] always gives me the warm fuzzies. Made especially poignant as Daniel cannot remember the important of his glasses, Jack, or this gesture of friendship.
* Teal'c, in ''Orpheus'', has a crisis of confidence over his comparative lack of strength after taking Tretonin and thinks he might die. He then asks Jack to watch over Rya'c for him.
* Sam conjuring up the images of SG-1 to keep her going, and what each of them represents in that state; Teal'c for strength, Daniel for curiosity, and Jack for hope. It shows just how much she needs them, and how they are all important to her.

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* I don't know why, but Jack giving him back his glasses after he [[spoiler: Descends in the premier]] premiere]] always gives me the warm fuzzies. Made especially poignant as Daniel cannot remember the important of his glasses, Jack, or this gesture of friendship.
* Teal'c, in ''Orpheus'', "Orpheus", has a crisis of confidence over his comparative lack of strength after taking Tretonin and thinks he might die. He then asks Jack to watch over Rya'c for him.
* In "Grace", Sam conjuring up the images of SG-1 to keep her going, and what each of them represents in that state; Teal'c for strength, Daniel for curiosity, and Jack for hope. It shows just how much she needs them, and how they are all important to her.



* During the two-parter "Evolution", the team (minus Daniel) get captured by a minor System Lord while trying to capture the Kull warrior gunning for him. After some work they manage to [[MookFaceTurn convince their guard that his "god" was going to abandon him and his people]]. After the guard frees them, he just stands there looking a little unsure of what to do with himself now. Jack just gives him a friendly pat on the back and absently tells him "Let's go." A nice little moment.



* Jack being summoned to the gate room and finding the entire personnel of the SGC standing there show their continued support of Jack decisions and leadership at a time when he’s feeling more uncertain than ever about his position as commander of SGC.

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* Jack being summoned to the gate room and finding the entire personnel of the SGC standing there show their continued support of Jack Jack's decisions and leadership at a time when he’s feeling more uncertain than ever about his position as commander of SGC.



* In "Affinity" Teal'c gets an apartment off base and becomes very popular and something of a local legend in his neighborhood for helping everyone out from fixing pipes to stopping muggers. At the end as Teal'c is moving out one of the local kids shows Teal'c he painted Teal'c forehead tattoo on his skateboard to remember him by. Teal'c replies he "Is honored" by the gesture which is really special when you consider that it is the symbol for Apophis and Teal'c in the past said it symbolized "Slavery to false gods"
* During a season 8 season two-parter, the team (minus Daniel) get captured by a minor system lord while trying to capture the Kull warrior gunning for him. After some work they manage to [[MookFaceTurn convince their guard that his "god" was going to abandon him and his people]]. After the guard frees them, he just stands there looking a little unsure of what to do with himself now. Jack just gives him a friendly pat on the back and absently tells him "Let's go." A nice little moment.

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* In "Affinity" "Affinity", Teal'c gets an apartment off base and becomes very popular and something of a local legend in his neighborhood for helping everyone out from fixing pipes to stopping muggers. At the end as Teal'c is moving out one of the local kids shows Teal'c he painted Teal'c forehead tattoo on his skateboard to remember him by. Teal'c replies he "Is honored" by the gesture which is really special when you consider that it is the symbol for Apophis and Teal'c in the past said it symbolized "Slavery to false gods"
gods."
* During a season 8 season two-parter, "Threads". Teal'c and Bra'tac are discussing who will lead the team (minus Daniel) get captured by a minor system lord while trying free Jaffa. While Bra'tac seems sure he will die soon, Teal'c is unwilling to capture admit his mentor is too old and seems sure his mentor will provide wisdom and guidance to the Kull warrior gunning Jaffa for him. After some work they manage years to [[MookFaceTurn convince their guard that his "god" was going come.
--> '''Bra'tac''': Talk
to abandon him and his people]]. After me in fifty years.
--> '''Teal'c''': Indeed, I will.
** Which becomes HilariousInHindsight when you consider
the guard frees them, he just stands there looking a little unsure of what to do with himself now. Jack just gives him a friendly pat on the back and absently tells him "Let's go." A nice little moment.series finale...



* A good moment for Mitchell, they had one episode where he was accused of murder. The rest of the cast spent the entire episode trying to prove his innocence. For a lot of people, that was the moment when he was really part of the team.

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* A good moment for Mitchell, they had one episode ("Collateral Damage") where he was accused of murder. The rest of the cast spent the entire episode trying to prove his innocence. For a lot of people, that was the moment when he was really part of the team.



* Vala's dad is a complete and total jerk, but it's sweet when he finally succeeded in giving her the necklace he'd been trying to give her all episode. It's also nice to know that [[spoiler: she didn't throw the jewelry box he gave her as a child away after all]].

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* In "Family Ties", Vala's dad Jacek is a complete and total jerk, but it's sweet when he finally succeeded in giving her the necklace he'd been trying to give her all episode. It's also nice to know that [[spoiler: she didn't throw the jewelry box he gave her as a child away after all]].



* "Threads." Teal'c and Bra'tac are discussing who will lead the free Jaffa. While Bra'tac seems sure he will die soon, Teal'c is unwilling to admit his mentor is too old and seems sure his mentor will provide wisdom and guidance to the Jaffa for years to come.
--> '''Bra'tac''': Talk to me in fifty years.
--> '''Teal'c''': Indeed, I will.
** Which becomes HilariousInHindsight when you consider the series finale...
* The Asgard entrusting their legacy to the people of Earth. That's a huge vote of confidence.

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* "Threads." Teal'c and Bra'tac are discussing who will lead In the free Jaffa. While Bra'tac seems sure he will die soon, Teal'c is unwilling to admit his mentor is too old and seems sure his mentor will provide wisdom and guidance to SeriesFinale "Unending", the Jaffa for years to come.
--> '''Bra'tac''': Talk to me in fifty years.
--> '''Teal'c''': Indeed, I will.
** Which becomes HilariousInHindsight when you consider the series finale...
* The
Asgard entrusting their legacy to the people of Earth. That's a huge vote of confidence.







* You know that big red phone on General Hammond's desk? The President of the United States is ''number 2'' on the speed dial. His grandkids are number 1. Priorities, people.
** It's a rewatch bonus, as it's initially played off as comedy. That's right, Hammond cares for his family so much that none of the other characters even question the decision to have ''the leader of the free world'' take backseat to his grandchildren.



** Meanwhile, in the series finale of ''Series/StargateAtlantis'', the ''Daedalus''-class ship about to be commissioned for Colonel Carter's command had its name changed at the last minute -- from the ''Phoenix'' (as Carter's ship in an alternate reality was named) to the ''General Hammond'', in honor of the recently-late Hammond (and, of course, his actor).

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** Meanwhile, in the series finale of ''Series/StargateAtlantis'', the ''Daedalus''-class ship about to be commissioned for Colonel Carter's command had its name changed at the last minute -- from the ''Phoenix'' (as Carter's ship in an alternate reality was named) to the ''General Hammond'', in honor of the recently-late recently deceased Hammond (and, of course, his actor).



* A season or so after Jack O'Neil was written out of the show, Creator/RichardDeanAnderson went to the producers and asked for an occasional guest role. Even though he'd retired to spend more time with his family, he'd enjoyed working on the show so much that he wanted to stay involved. He even continued to appear occasionally in the two spin-offs.

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* A season or so after Jack O'Neil O'Neill was written out of the show, Creator/RichardDeanAnderson went to the producers and asked for an occasional guest role. Even though he'd retired to spend more time with his family, he'd enjoyed working on the show so much that he wanted to stay involved. He even continued to appear occasionally in the two spin-offs.

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*While being out of phase in "Crystal Skull", Daniel is able to listen in on a conversation that Hammond has with his grandchildren and how he won't be able to make it out to see their play because a good friend of his is missing and he needs to find them.

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--> '''Thor''': You are the [[{{Callback}} Fifth Race]]. Your role is clear. If there is any hope in preserving the future, it lies with you, and your people.


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* Teal'c, in ''Orpheus'', has a crisis of confidence over his comparative lack of strength after taking Tretonin and thinks he might die. He then asks Jack to watch over Rya'c for him.

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