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** The puppet version of SG-1 is done in UsefulNotes/{{Supermarionation}}. They actually recruited the puppeteers from ''Film/TeamAmericaWorldPolice'' to help.


** Vala expresses disbelief that anyone would buy the idea of [[Recap/StargateSG1S9E19Crusade body-swapping]]. Based on Daniel's reaction, he's well aware of the irony.

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** Vala expresses disbelief that anyone would buy the idea of [[Recap/StargateSG1S9E19Crusade body-swapping]].[[Recap/StargateSG1S2E17Holiday body]]-[[Recap/StargateSG1S9E19Crusade swapping]]. Based on Daniel's reaction, he's well aware of the irony.


--> Science fiction is an existential metaphor that allows us to tell stories about the human condition. Creator/IssacAsimov once said individual science fiction stories may seem as trivial as ever to the blinder critics and philosophers of today, but the core of science fiction, its essence, has become crucial to our salvation if we are to be saved at all.

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--> Science fiction is an existential metaphor that allows us to tell stories about the human condition. Creator/IssacAsimov Creator/IsaacAsimov once said individual science fiction stories may seem as trivial as ever to the blinder critics and philosophers of today, but the core of science fiction, its essence, has become crucial to our salvation if we are to be saved at all.


--> Science fiction is an existential metaphor that allows us to tell stories about the human condition. Issac Asimov once said individual science fiction stories may seem as trivial as ever to the blinder critics and philosophers of today, but the core of science fiction, its essence, has become crucial to our salvation if we are to be saved at all.

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--> Science fiction is an existential metaphor that allows us to tell stories about the human condition. Issac Asimov Creator/IssacAsimov once said individual science fiction stories may seem as trivial as ever to the blinder critics and philosophers of today, but the core of science fiction, its essence, has become crucial to our salvation if we are to be saved at all.


* AnAesop: Teal'c's expy, who heretofore has [[RunningGag not had a single spoken line]], ends the episode on one.

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* AnAesop: Teal'c's expy, {{Expy}}, who heretofore has [[RunningGag not had a single spoken line]], ends the episode on one.



** Her second pitch is ''[[Series/{{Farscape}} Farscape]]'' (after Martin tells her to pick something more obscure if she's going to plagiarize), with [[ActorAllusion herself as Aeryn]], Daniel as Crichton, Carter as Chiana, Teal'c as D'Argo, Mitchell as Stark and Thor as Rygel. She also starts to suggest a pitch based on ''[[Film/GilligansIsland Gilligan's Island]]'', but Martin cuts her off before she can get into it fully.

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** Her second pitch is ''[[Series/{{Farscape}} Farscape]]'' (after Martin tells her to pick something more obscure if she's going to plagiarize), with [[ActorAllusion herself as Aeryn]], Daniel as Crichton, Carter as Chiana, Teal'c as D'Argo, Mitchell as Stark and Thor as Rygel. She also starts to suggest a pitch based on ''[[Film/GilligansIsland ''[[Series/GilligansIsland Gilligan's Island]]'', but Martin cuts her off before she can get into it fully.

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* ActorAllusion: Vala pitches a show idea based off ''[[Series/{{Farscape}} Farscape]]'', where Claudia Black and Ben Browder had acted previously.


* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: During the puppet sequence, there is a closeup shot of Puppet!Walter's hands typing furiously on a keyboard. A sharp-eyed viewer might notice during this [[FreezeFrameBonus blink and you'll miss it]] shot that several of the keys on the keyboard have been rearranged to spell out a crude insult about oral sex.

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: During the puppet sequence, there is a closeup shot of Puppet!Walter's puppet!Walter's hands typing furiously on a keyboard. A sharp-eyed viewer might notice during this [[FreezeFrameBonus blink and you'll miss it]] blink-and-you'll-miss-it]] shot that several of the keys on the keyboard have been rearranged to spell out a crude insult about referencing oral sex.

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: During the puppet sequence, there is a closeup shot of Puppet!Walter's hands typing furiously on a keyboard. A sharp-eyed viewer might notice during this [[FreezeFrameBonus blink and you'll miss it]] shot that several of the keys on the keyboard have been rearranged to spell out a crude insult about oral sex.


* TroubledProduction: Martin's movie. First he gets in disagreements with the executives, refusing to reuse shots from the show and threatening to take the production elsewhere. He then regrets not giving SG-1 his first draft, saying the producers brought in the other writers (and insisting he's the real producer). Later, he learns that lead actor Nick Marlowe backed out of the movie over a money dispute, leaving him at a loss with what to do with his character Colonel Danning. Later on, he learns that without Marlowe, a "junior executive" at the network is suggesting for the movie to be recast as a YoungerAndHipper team. Then the foreign distributor goes bankrupt, the resulting budget cut leaving the third act with NoEnding. Then the entire cast goes on strike with Marlowe, so Martin decides to make them think that he rewrote the script just for them. Then the focus groups rejected the ending. Finally, the studio calls him telling the movie is cancelled...because they decided to renew the series instead!

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* TroubledProduction: Martin's movie.movie is this in-universe. First he gets in disagreements with the executives, refusing to reuse shots from the show and threatening to take the production elsewhere. He then regrets not giving SG-1 his first draft, saying the producers brought in the other writers (and insisting he's the real producer). Later, he learns that lead actor Nick Marlowe backed out of the movie over a money dispute, leaving him at a loss with what to do with his character Colonel Danning. Later on, he learns that without Marlowe, a "junior executive" at the network is suggesting for the movie to be recast as a YoungerAndHipper team. Then the foreign distributor goes bankrupt, the resulting budget cut leaving the third act with NoEnding. Then the entire cast goes on strike with Marlowe, so Martin decides to make them think that he rewrote the script just for them. Then the focus groups rejected the ending. Finally, the studio calls him telling the movie is cancelled...because they decided to renew the series instead!


* ActorAllusion: Vala pitches a show idea based off ''[[Series/{{Farscape}} Farscape]]'', where Claudia Black and Ben Browder had acted previously.



* EngagingChevrons: Parodied and subverted in the puppets segment, where Walter announces that chevron one is... ''lit up''. It then cuts to the team discussing the mission and O'Neill voicing his hopes for finding TheBigGuy of the team on the other side, before cutting back to Walter announcing that chevron seven is... ''also lit up''.



* HarsherInHindsight: One of Mitchell's lines became this [[http://web.archive.org/web/20060823025338/http://www.gateworld.net/news/2006/08/istargate_sg-1i_cancelled_iatlan.shtml three days after the episode first aired]]:
-->'''Mitchell:''' Now, how can something work perfectly fine for ten years, then all of a sudden, it doesn't work anymore?



* MilestoneCelebration: The show’s 200th episode. Also Mitchell’s 200th time through the Stargate. [[RuleOfThree The end of the episode holds true for the 200th episode of]] [[ShowWithinAShow WormholeXtreme]].

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* ThatCameOutWrong: One more trip through the old orifice.


** The fact that no-one knows who or what the hell Furlings are supposed to be.

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** The fact that no-one no one knows who or what the hell Furlings are supposed to be.



* SandInMyEyes: Walter is shown crying during the wedding scene, before the wedding has even ''begun''.

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* SandInMyEyes: Walter is shown crying during the wedding scene, before the wedding has even ''begun''.''begun.''


* ButtMonkey: Siler is electrocuted and thrown across the room in one of the fantasy segments and complains "why do these things always happen to ''me?''" He's also turned into a zombie in Mitchell's pitch.

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* ButtMonkey: Siler is electrocuted and thrown across the room in one of the fantasy segments and complains "why complains, "Why do these things always happen to ''me?''" He's also turned into a zombie in Mitchell's pitch.


--> Science fiction is an existential metaphor that allows us to tell stories about the human condition. Issac Asimov once said individual science fiction stories may seem as trivial as ever to the blender critics and philosophers of today, but the core of science fiction, its essence, has become crucial to our salvation if we are to be saved at all.

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--> Science fiction is an existential metaphor that allows us to tell stories about the human condition. Issac Asimov once said individual science fiction stories may seem as trivial as ever to the blender blinder critics and philosophers of today, but the core of science fiction, its essence, has become crucial to our salvation if we are to be saved at all.


--> Science fiction is an existential metaphor that allows us to tell stories about the human condition. Issac Asimov once said individual science fiction stories may seem as trivial as ever to the the blinder critics and philosophers of today, but the core of science fiction, its essence, has become crucial to our salvation if we are to be saved at all.

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--> Science fiction is an existential metaphor that allows us to tell stories about the human condition. Issac Asimov once said individual science fiction stories may seem as trivial as ever to the the blinder blender critics and philosophers of today, but the core of science fiction, its essence, has become crucial to our salvation if we are to be saved at all.

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