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*** The Stargate was also protected by concrete doors, which in the script crushes the remains of a Jaffa who got sliced by the closing iris.

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*** The Earth's Stargate was also protected by concrete doors, which in the script crushes the remains of a Jaffa who got sliced by the closing iris.


** Alexis Cruz (Skaara) was [[https://www.gateworld.net/news/2011/04/alexis-cruz-producers-asked-me-to-be-a-regular-on-sg-1/ asked to be a series regular]], but he turned it down and agreed to be a recurring guest star.



*** Alexis Cruz (Skaara) was [[https://www.gateworld.net/news/2011/04/alexis-cruz-producers-asked-me-to-be-a-regular-on-sg-1/ asked to be a series regular]], but he turned it down and agreed to be a recurring guest star.

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** The [[https://www.gateworld.net/news/2020/08/inside-original-stargate-sg1-pilot-script-9-changes/ original pilot script]] shows some major changes from the series:
*** Cpt. Samantha Carter was named "Lt. Samantha Clayman" and she didn't care much for the Air Force, only joining to pay for grad school and staying when she learned about the Stargate.
*** General Hammond is described as an African American “tough as nails career military man (think Colin Powell).”
*** Alexis Cruz (Skaara) was [[https://www.gateworld.net/news/2011/04/alexis-cruz-producers-asked-me-to-be-a-regular-on-sg-1/ asked to be a series regular]], but he turned it down and agreed to be a recurring guest star.
*** Apophis was named "Apep" and his Jaffa are referred to as demigods because they are the vessels for the gods.
*** The Stargate was also protected by concrete doors, which in the script crushes the remains of a Jaffa who got sliced by the closing iris.


** Creator/AmandaTapping played multiple Carters in several different episodes. "Point of View" has '''''Dr.''''' Samantha Carter, "Gemini" features extended interactions between Carter and ''Repli''Carter, and "Ripple Effect" features over a dozen Carters in a single scene. Lampshaded when someone calls out for Carter, and ''everyone'' stares at him.

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** Creator/AmandaTapping played multiple Carters in several different episodes. "Point of View" has '''''Dr.''''' Samantha Carter, "Gemini" features extended interactions between Carter and ''Repli''Carter, and "Ripple Effect" features over a dozen Carters in a single scene. Lampshaded when someone General Landry calls out for Carter, and ''everyone'' stares at him.


** Carter temporarily changed her primary weapon from the P90 to the custom-built "Carter Special" starting in the middle of season 7 because the show's suppliers ran short of P90 blanks during the [[TheWarOnTerror invasion of Iraq.]]

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** Carter temporarily changed her primary weapon from the P90 to the custom-built "Carter Special" starting in the middle of season 7 because the show's suppliers ran short of P90 blanks during the [[TheWarOnTerror [[UsefulNotes/TheWarOnTerror invasion of Iraq.]]


** A tie-in first person shooter video game was in development at one point. Footage from the beta version appeared in an actual episode as part of a computer simulation combat model. The game never happened due to complicated business reasons that would be... difficult to explain.

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** A tie-in first person shooter video game was in development at one point. Footage from the beta version appeared in an actual episode as part of a computer simulation combat model. The game never happened due to complicated business reasons that would be... difficult to explain.model, but it was eventually cancelled.


** Amanda Tapping played multiple Carters in several different episodes. "Point of View" has '''''Dr.''''' Samantha Carter, "Gemini" features extended interactions between Carter and ''Repli''Carter, and "Ripple Effect" features over a dozen Carters in a single scene.
*** Lampshaded when someone calls out for Carter, and ''everyone'' stares at him.

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** Amanda Tapping Creator/AmandaTapping played multiple Carters in several different episodes. "Point of View" has '''''Dr.''''' Samantha Carter, "Gemini" features extended interactions between Carter and ''Repli''Carter, and "Ripple Effect" features over a dozen Carters in a single scene.
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scene. Lampshaded when someone calls out for Carter, and ''everyone'' stares at him.



** Starting in season nine, Ba'al began cloning himself, with Cliff Simon playing multiple Ba'als in several episodes.

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** Starting in season nine, Ba'al began cloning himself, with Cliff Simon Creator/CliffSimon playing multiple Ba'als in several episodes.



** The show was fond of making ''Series/MacGyver'' references -- which of course, leads to CelebrityParadox. Lampshaded by Amanda Tapping in a blooper shown in the 200th episode special [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7PdY3L-JYzk "Inside the 200th Episode"]]. O'Neill is from Minnesota, the same state [=MacGyver=] is from (also Richard Dean Anderson's home state). Like [=MacGyver=], O'Neill is an astronomy enthusiast ([=MacGyver=] was shown living in an observatory in the pilot of his TV show). An inversion: Jack likes having a gun and will protest whenever he's told to not carry one, while [=MacGyver=] did not like guns and was known for avoiding their use. Like [=MacGyver=], O'Neill is an avid fisherman. Both [=MacGyver=] and O'Neill are shown to be hockey fans.
** John Billingsley guest-starred in the season six episode "The Other Guys" as Dr. Coombs, who was a profound {{Trekkie}}. John Billingsley was at the same time starring as Dr. Phlox on ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise''.
*** The name of his character is also probably a shout-out, as Jeffery Combs was a prolific actor in multiple Star Trek shows, including Deep Space Nine (Weyoun, Brunt, others) and Enterprise (most noted for Shran, but also others).
** Patrick [=McKenna=] guest-starred in "The Other Guys" and "Avenger 2.0" as Dr. Jay Felger. In the latter episode he was seen putting a roll of duct tape into his backpack. DVD commentary confirmed this was a ShoutOut to ''Series/TheRedGreenShow'', where [=McKenna=] played Harold.
** When Vala is pitching story ideas to Martin Lloyd in "200", he immediately recognizes her pitches as retreads of classic stories, including ''Film/TheWizardOfOz'' and ''Series/GilligansIsland''. He recommends that, if she is going to rip off something, make sure it is something nobody has ever heard of. Her next suggestion is ''Series/{{Farscape}}'', the series she (Claudia Black) and Mitchell (Ben Browder) had previously starred in before joining ''SG-1'', with Claudia reprising her role as Aeryn Sun (Browder did not appear as John Crichton, but instead as Stark, while Michael Shanks was Crichton, in a meta-reference to the resemblance between the two actors). [[SelfDeprecation Martin admits that he had never heard of that one.]]
** When the one-off character Alec Colson, played by Charles Shaughnessy, enters the Alpha Site, the first person he's introduced to is one Captain [[Series/TheNanny Sheffield]].

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** The show was fond of making ''Series/MacGyver'' references -- which of course, leads to CelebrityParadox. Lampshaded by Amanda Tapping Creator/AmandaTapping in a blooper shown in the 200th episode special [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7PdY3L-JYzk "Inside the 200th Episode"]]. O'Neill is from Minnesota, the same state [=MacGyver=] is from (also Richard Dean Anderson's Creator/RichardDeanAnderson's home state). Like [=MacGyver=], O'Neill is an astronomy enthusiast ([=MacGyver=] was shown living in an observatory in the pilot of his TV show). An inversion: Jack likes having a gun and will protest whenever he's told to not carry one, while [=MacGyver=] did not like guns and was known for avoiding their use. Like [=MacGyver=], O'Neill is an avid fisherman. Both [=MacGyver=] and O'Neill are shown to be hockey fans.
** John Billingsley Creator/JohnBillingsley guest-starred in the season six episode "The Other Guys" as Dr. Coombs, who was a profound {{Trekkie}}. John Billingsley was at the same time starring as Dr. Phlox on ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise''.
*** The name of his character is also probably a shout-out, ShoutOut, as Jeffery Combs was a prolific actor in multiple Star Trek ''Star Trek'' shows, including Deep ''Deep Space Nine Nine'' (Weyoun, Brunt, others) and Enterprise ''Enterprise'' (most noted for Shran, but also others).
** Patrick [=McKenna=] Creator/PatrickMcKenna guest-starred in "The Other Guys" and "Avenger 2.0" as Dr. Jay Felger. In the latter episode he was seen putting a roll of duct tape into his backpack. DVD commentary confirmed this was a ShoutOut to ''Series/TheRedGreenShow'', where [=McKenna=] played Harold.
** When Vala is pitching story ideas to Martin Lloyd in "200", he immediately recognizes her pitches as retreads of classic stories, including ''Film/TheWizardOfOz'' and ''Series/GilligansIsland''. He recommends that, if she is going to rip off something, make sure it is something nobody has ever heard of. Her next suggestion is ''Series/{{Farscape}}'', the series she (Claudia Black) (Creator/ClaudiaBlack) and Mitchell (Ben Browder) (Creator/BenBrowder) had previously starred in before joining ''SG-1'', with Claudia reprising her role as Aeryn Sun (Browder did not appear as John Crichton, but instead as Stark, while Michael Shanks was Crichton, in a meta-reference to the resemblance between the two actors). [[SelfDeprecation Martin admits that he had never heard of that one.]]
** When the one-off character Alec Colson, played by Charles Shaughnessy, Creator/CharlesShaughnessy, enters the Alpha Site, the first person he's introduced to is one Captain [[Series/TheNanny Sheffield]].



** The Air Force even made Richard Dean Anderson an honorary [[https://vimeo.com/10739270 Brigadier General]], as well as gave the show an award for their portrayal of service men and women.

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** The Air Force even made Richard Dean Anderson Creator/RichardDeanAnderson an honorary [[https://vimeo.com/10739270 Brigadier General]], as well as gave the show an award for their portrayal of service men and women.



** Richard Dean Anderson was tapped as executive producer for the series from day one, which he joked was a great way to make sure he showed up on time every day.
** Amanda Tapping, Michael Shanks, and Creator/ChristopherJudge all wrote or directed episodes, and Ben Browder shared a story credit for one episode.
* DoingItForTheArt: One of the "flashbacks" from "200" features an incident where O'Neill was rendered invisible; one of the scenes features him walking down a hallway and talking with Teal'c, but since he is invisible he can only be located by the coffee cup that he is carrying at the time. The plan was to have one of Richard Dean Anderson's stand-ins or stunt-doubles actually perform the scene, since it would require wearing a full-body green suit in order to have the body edited out in post production, but RDA insisted on actually performing the scene himself. You still cannot see him, since he is invisible, but hopefully you can just ''tell'' that it is '''really''' O'Neill walking with Teal'c.

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** Richard Dean Anderson Creator/RichardDeanAnderson was tapped as executive producer for the series from day one, which he joked was a great way to make sure he showed up on time every day.
** Amanda Tapping, Michael Shanks, Creator/AmandaTapping, Creator/MichaelShanks, and Creator/ChristopherJudge all wrote or directed episodes, and Ben Browder Creator/BenBrowder shared a story credit for one episode.
* DoingItForTheArt: One of the "flashbacks" from "200" features an incident where O'Neill was rendered invisible; one of the scenes features him walking down a hallway and talking with Teal'c, but since he is invisible he can only be located by the coffee cup that he is carrying at the time. The plan was to have one of Richard Dean Anderson's stand-ins or stunt-doubles actually perform the scene, since it would require wearing a full-body green suit in order to have the body edited out in post production, post-production, but RDA insisted on actually performing the scene himself. You still cannot see him, since he is invisible, but hopefully you can just ''tell'' that it is '''really''' O'Neill walking with Teal'c.



** Amanda Tapping was pregnant throughout the end of Season Eight, with her stomach hidden with the traditional practices of obstructing objects and dark, black clothing. She was on maternity leave when filming began for Season 9, leading to Carter being temporarily assigned to Area 51.
** Lexa Doig became pregnant with her and husband Michael Shanks' second child during filming for Season 10, resulting in her character of Dr. Carolyn Lam having a greatly reduced presence and all but disappearing from the show.

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** Amanda Tapping Creator/AmandaTapping was pregnant throughout the end of Season Eight, with her stomach hidden with the traditional practices of obstructing objects and dark, black clothing. She was on maternity leave when filming began for Season 9, leading to Carter being temporarily assigned to Area 51.
** Lexa Doig Creator/LexaDoig became pregnant with her and husband Michael Shanks' second child during filming for Season 10, resulting in her character of Dr. Carolyn Lam having a greatly reduced presence and all but disappearing from the show.



** Brad Wright was not very proud of the full frontal nudity in "Children of the Gods", which is why he did a ReCut in 2009 to remove said content.

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** Brad Wright was not very proud of the full frontal full-frontal nudity in "Children of the Gods", which is why he did a ReCut in 2009 to remove said content.



** ''SG-1'' recast every character from the original ''Film/{{Stargate}}'' with the exception of Daniel's brother-in-law Skaara (Alexis Cruz) and father-in-law Kasuf (Erick Avari). [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] when O'Neill is mistaken for another soldier with the same name (except that it's spelled O'Nei'''l''') and he remarks that the other one had no sense of humor.
** Elizabeth Weir was played by Jessica Steen in "Lost City", then was replaced by Torri Higginson for "The New Order", ''Series/StargateAtlantis'' and Season 10's {{crossover}} "The Pegasus Project". Michelle Morgan played her during later events in ''Atlantis'', though this instance was given a HandWave.
** Drey'auc was played by Salli Richardson in "Bloodlines" before being replaced by Brook Parker in "Family" and "Threshold".
** An odd semi-example: When [[spoiler:Apophis]] is [[TheFaceless masked]] while under the alias Na'onak, he is played by Dion Johnstone instead of [[spoiler:Peter Williams]].

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** ''SG-1'' recast every character from the original ''Film/{{Stargate}}'' with the exception of Daniel's brother-in-law Skaara (Alexis Cruz) (Creator/AlexisCruz) and father-in-law Kasuf (Erick Avari).(Creator/ErickAvari). [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] when O'Neill is mistaken for another soldier with the same name (except that it's spelled O'Nei'''l''') and he remarks that the other one had no sense of humor.
** Elizabeth Weir was played by Jessica Steen Creator/JessicaSteen in "Lost City", then was replaced by Torri Higginson Creator/TorriHigginson for "The New Order", ''Series/StargateAtlantis'' and Season 10's {{crossover}} "The Pegasus Project". Michelle Morgan Creator/MichelleMorgan played her during later events in ''Atlantis'', though this instance was given a HandWave.
** Drey'auc was played by Salli Richardson Creator/SalliRichardsonWhitfield in "Bloodlines" before being replaced by Brook Parker in "Family" and "Threshold".
** An odd semi-example: When [[spoiler:Apophis]] is [[TheFaceless masked]] while under the alias Na'onak, he is played by Dion Johnstone Creator/DionJohnstone instead of [[spoiler:Peter Williams]].[[spoiler:Creator/PeterWilliams]].



** Vaitiare Bandera (Sha're) was married to Michael Shanks (Daniel Jackson) in real life, and was pregnant with his child when her character was written as carrying Apophis' son.

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** Vaitiare Bandera Creator/VaitiareBandera (Sha're) was married to Michael Shanks Creator/MichaelShanks (Daniel Jackson) in real life, and was pregnant with his child when her character was written as carrying Apophis' son.



** Vala's pregnancy in season nine stemmed from Claudia Black's real-life pregnancy.

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** Vala's pregnancy in season nine stemmed from Claudia Black's Creator/ClaudiaBlack's real-life pregnancy.



** Vaitiare Bandera (Sha're) was Michael Shanks's (Daniel) wife at the time she was in the show.
** Lexa Doig, who played Dr. Carolyn Lam in season 9 and 10 is Shanks's second wife.

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** Vaitiare Bandera Creator/VaitiareBandera (Sha're) was Michael Shanks's Creator/MichaelShanks's (Daniel) wife at the time she was in the show.
** Lexa Doig, Creator/LexaDoig, who played Dr. Carolyn Lam in season 9 and 10 is Shanks's second wife.



** Most of Jack O'Neill's snarking for the first couple of seasons was improvised by Richard Dean Anderson, after which the writers gave up and started writing it into the scripts.

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** Most of Jack O'Neill's snarking for the first couple of seasons was improvised by Richard Dean Anderson, Creator/RichardDeanAnderson, after which the writers gave up and started writing it into the scripts.


** {{Elseworld}} ("200")


** Most of the dialogue of the title character in "Urgo" was ad-libbed by Dom [=DeLuise=]. Part of the reason why he has so few scenes where he's in frame with Creator/ChristopherJudge is that the later had trouble keeping Teal'c trademark stoic attitude around the former.

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** Most of the dialogue of the title character in "Urgo" was ad-libbed by Dom [=DeLuise=]. Part of the reason why he has so few scenes where he's in frame with Creator/ChristopherJudge is that the later latter had trouble keeping Teal'c trademark stoic attitude around the former.


* FollowTheLeader: The short-lived Season 4 character Anise/Freya was intended as a "sexy female alien" to compete with ''Series/StarTrekVoyager''[='s=] Seven of Nine. Vanessa Angel, who played Anise/Freya, had even auditioned for the part of Seven of Nine.

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* FollowTheLeader: The short-lived Season 4 character Anise/Freya was intended as a "sexy female alien" to compete with ''Series/StarTrekVoyager''[='s=] Seven of Nine. Vanessa Angel, Creator/VanessaAngel, who played Anise/Freya, had even auditioned for the part of Seven of Nine.


* FakeAmerican: Filmed in Canada, so a large segment of the cast. Amanda Tapping in particular was born in England and raised in Canada.

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* FakeAmerican: Filmed in Canada, Canada but primarily set in the United States, so a large segment of the cast. Amanda Tapping in particular was born in England and raised in Canada.



** "Fargate" for the {{retool}}ed seasons nine and ten, due to it having two of the ''Series/{{Farscape}}'' actors having main roles in the show.
* FollowTheLeader: The short-lived season four character Anise/Freya was intended as a "sexy female alien" to compete with ''Series/StarTrekVoyager''[='s=] Seven of Nine. Vanessa Angel, who played Anise/Freya, had even auditioned for the part of Seven of Nine.

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** "Fargate" for the {{retool}}ed seasons nine Seasons 9 and ten, 10, due to it having two of the ''Series/{{Farscape}}'' actors having main roles in the show.
* FollowTheLeader: The short-lived season four Season 4 character Anise/Freya was intended as a "sexy female alien" to compete with ''Series/StarTrekVoyager''[='s=] Seven of Nine. Vanessa Angel, who played Anise/Freya, had even auditioned for the part of Seven of Nine.Nine.
* HideYourPregnancy:
** Amanda Tapping was pregnant throughout the end of Season Eight, with her stomach hidden with the traditional practices of obstructing objects and dark, black clothing. She was on maternity leave when filming began for Season 9, leading to Carter being temporarily assigned to Area 51.
** Lexa Doig became pregnant with her and husband Michael Shanks' second child during filming for Season 10, resulting in her character of Dr. Carolyn Lam having a greatly reduced presence and all but disappearing from the show.



** Not the series itself, but the disintegration feature of Zats. The writers have frequently mentioned in episode commentaries what a bad idea that was, to the point where they mock it in-universe in "Wormhole X-treme!"

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** Not the series itself, but the disintegration feature of Zats. The writers have frequently mentioned in episode commentaries what a bad idea that was, to the point where they mock it in-universe in "Wormhole X-treme!"X-treme!".



** The first-season episode ''Hathor'', to the point it's borderline CanonDiscontinuity. Much of what was established in the episode was quietly retconned, and while Hathor herself returned to be KilledOffForReal at the end of Season 2 and start of Season 3, the only other reference made is in ''Heroes'', where Janet is going over O'Neill's medical history in the SGC with a documentarian, and sets aside one file stating "This is the 'Hathor incident,' which the Colonel has asked me [[LetUsNeverSpeakOfThisAgain never to discuss."]]

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** The first-season episode ''Hathor'', to the point it's borderline CanonDiscontinuity. Much of what was established in the episode was quietly retconned, and while Hathor herself returned to be KilledOffForReal at the end of Season 2 and start of Season 3, the only other reference made is in ''Heroes'', where Janet is going over O'Neill's medical history in the SGC with a documentarian, and sets aside one file stating "This is the 'Hathor incident,' which the Colonel has asked me [[LetUsNeverSpeakOfThisAgain never to discuss."]]"]] Similarly, the first season episode ''Emancipation'' is also frequently overlooked and seen as one of the worst episodes by both the cast and production team.



** Creator/Joseph says of an exchange in "[[Recap/StargateSG1S9E17TheScourge The Scourge]]" where Daniel and the Chinese representative start making fun of him in Mandarin, that Cam Mitchell doesn't actually speak fluent Mandarin. He just knows how to say "Screw you!" in Mandarin, and happened to guess right that time.

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** Creator/Joseph Joseph Mallozzi says of an exchange in "[[Recap/StargateSG1S9E17TheScourge The Scourge]]" where Daniel and the Chinese representative start making fun of him in Mandarin, that Cam Mitchell doesn't actually speak fluent Mandarin. He just knows how to say "Screw you!" in Mandarin, and happened to guess right that time.


* CreatorBacklash: Roland Emmerich and Dean Devlin, the team behind the original movie, have had less than kind things to say about the TV series overall, and at one point planned to make a direct sequel to the film that would have completely ignored the TV series just to spite it.

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* CreatorBacklash: Roland Emmerich and Dean Devlin, the team behind the original movie, have had less than kind things to say about the TV series overall, which is why they refused to get a "created by" credit for it, and at one point planned to make a direct sequel to the film that would have completely ignored the TV series just to spite it.


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* ExecutiveMeddling: Sha're being in the nude as she is implanted with a Goa'uld symbiote in "Children of the Gods" was a result of Showtime executives who wanted the show to appeal to adults, against the showrunners' intentions. This is why the scene was EditedForSyndication in later airings and internationally along with the 2009 ReCut completely remove the visible nudity as a result.


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** Brad Wright was not very proud of the full frontal nudity in "Children of the Gods", which is why he did a ReCut in 2009 to remove said content.


* WordOfSaintPaul:
** Creator/BenBrowder says of an exchange in "[[Recap/StargateSG1S9E17TheScourge The Scourge]]" where Daniel and the Chinese representative start making fun of him in Mandarin, that Cam Mitchell doesn't actually speak fluent Mandarin. He just knows how to say "Screw you!" in Mandarin, and happened to guess right that time.
** The finale of the series contains a long TimePassesMontage with little to no dialogue throughout. Several of the actors involved have given their take on what happened -- such as Creator/AmandaTapping and Chris Judge saying they played their parts as if Sam and Teal'c had developed a relationship, and Michael Shanks saying the reason that Vala is crying and being consoled by Daniel in one scene is because she miscarried.

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* WordOfSaintPaul:
WordOfGod:
** Creator/BenBrowder Various writers and producers (and a DeletedScene from ''Series/StargateAtlantis'') have all said that Jack and Sam became a couple offscreen after Jack was promoted out of the SGC and her direct chain of command.
** Creator/Joseph
says of an exchange in "[[Recap/StargateSG1S9E17TheScourge The Scourge]]" where Daniel and the Chinese representative start making fun of him in Mandarin, that Cam Mitchell doesn't actually speak fluent Mandarin. He just knows how to say "Screw you!" in Mandarin, and happened to guess right that time.
** * WordOfSaintPaul: The finale of the series contains a long TimePassesMontage with little to no dialogue throughout. Several of the actors involved have given their take on what happened -- such as Creator/AmandaTapping and Chris Judge saying they played their parts as if Sam and Teal'c had developed a relationship, and Michael Shanks saying the reason that Vala is crying and being consoled by Daniel in one scene is because she miscarried.


* WordOfSaintPaul: The finale of the series contains a long TimePassesMontage with little to no dialogue throughout. Several of the actors involved have given their take on what happened -- such as Creator/AmandaTapping and Chris Judge saying they played their parts as if Sam and Teal'c had developed a relationship, and Michael Shanks saying the reason that Vala is crying and being consoled by Daniel in one scene is because she miscarried.

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* WordOfSaintPaul: WordOfSaintPaul:
** Creator/BenBrowder says of an exchange in "[[Recap/StargateSG1S9E17TheScourge The Scourge]]" where Daniel and the Chinese representative start making fun of him in Mandarin, that Cam Mitchell doesn't actually speak fluent Mandarin. He just knows how to say "Screw you!" in Mandarin, and happened to guess right that time.
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The finale of the series contains a long TimePassesMontage with little to no dialogue throughout. Several of the actors involved have given their take on what happened -- such as Creator/AmandaTapping and Chris Judge saying they played their parts as if Sam and Teal'c had developed a relationship, and Michael Shanks saying the reason that Vala is crying and being consoled by Daniel in one scene is because she miscarried.


** Carter's EstablishingCharacterMoment monologue has been ''repeatedly'' mocked in subsequent episode, as no one on the staff liked it.

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** Carter's EstablishingCharacterMoment monologue has been ''repeatedly'' mocked in subsequent episode, episodes, as no one on the staff liked it.

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