After losing Teal’c to Apophis (in the previous episode, Exodus), O'Neill, Carter, Daniel and Jacob find themselves aboard Cronus' ship stranded in a remote part of the galaxy. As they are about to do battle with Apophis', a mysterious third ship appears, attacking their foe. This gives them the opportunity to escape, but Cronus' ship has sustained serious damage to its control crystals and is not operating at full capacity. Back at SGC, Hammond receives news that the Tok’ra Council believes SG-1 and Jacob were killed in the massive explosion that destroyed Apophis' fleet. But Hammond's not ready to write off SG-1 so easily. Apophis' ship eventually catches up to SG-1's ship, but sensors reveal there are no apparent signs of life there. With a plan to obtain control crystals, SG-1 transports onto Apophis' ship. There they find many dead Jaffa as well as a programmed auto-destruct sequence in progress. Most astonishing is the reason for the ships' state: it's infested with an army of replicator bugs, courtesy of the mysterious third ship. SG-1 narrowly escapes the bugs and the auto-destruct, making it back to their own ship. But no sooner do they arrive than a cargo ship appears on the sensors. They are overjoyed to see that it's piloted by Teal'c: he had somehow escaped death on Apophis' ship before it blew up. SG-1 rushes to meet him, only to find that he is in the company of Apophis, and that their biggest battle is about to take place.
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Episodes: 22 | Released: 2001 | Certificate: PG | Genre: Sci-Fi/Fantasy | Director: Martin Wood
Actors: Richard Dean Anderson , Christopher Judge , Don R Davis , Amanda Tapping , Anna Louise Plowman , David Palffy
Teal'c's body has been saved from death on Apophis' ship, but his mind is still loyal to his Goa'uld lord. Jaffa Master Bra'tac arrives at SGC to assist SG-1 in “de-programming” Teal'c. Bra'tac wants to put Teal'c through a Jaffa ritual called M'al Sharran in which the Goa'uld symbiote is removed and as he approaches death, the events that forged Teal'c will “wash across his mind like a wave.” Only at this point, says Bra'tac, that Teal'c will choose the correct path to follow. Although no one has ever survived this ritual, Bra'tac believes Teal'c would want them to try.O'Neill, Daniel and Carter take turns at Teal'c's bedside as he goes through the deadly rite, urging him to remember his true self and to reject Apophis as a false god. Teal'c's memories take him back to events that shaped his life: training with Bra'tac, commiserating with Jaffa friends, sharing love with his wife Drey'auc, and becoming the first prime of Apophis. For the M'al Sharran process to work it must literally take Teal'c to death's door. But will he be strong enough to resist the programming of his former god and return his loyalty to the services of Stargate Command?
While investigating ancient ruins on a distant planet, SG-1 finds a huge alien device that Carter believes could be a weapon of incredible power. While O'Neill and Teal'c survey the surrounding area, Daniel and Carter continue their exploration of the device and its environment. Alone for a moment, Carter cannot help but feel she's being watched. Moments later, Daniel finds her unconscious beside the device.Upon returning to the SGC, she is examined by Dr. Fraiser who concludes that Carter is exhausted and needs to take a break from her work. Reluctantly, Carter decides to follow her doctor's orders.But while at home, Carter is again watched by an unseen being. The next day, the being takes human form and introduces himself as Orlin, an alien that followed her home through the Stargate in his invisible state. Alarmed, Carter calls in a Code 3 team to her home. But the team turns up nothing and her peers begin to think she may be suffering from something more serious than exhaustion. Desperate to prove that she's not crazy, Carter decides to communicate with Orlin. She quickly learns that Orlin not only offers her the answers she wants regarding the device but may also offer other emotional experiences her life has been missing.
While under fire on an alien world, Carter, Daniel and Teal'c return through the Stargate and report to General Hammond that Col. O'Neill stayed behind to protect the wounded Lt. Tyler. Hammond is confused, asking “who is Lt. Tyler?” Carter says that Tyler is the new member of SG-1, has been for the past month, and that this is actually his third mission with them. Hammond informs the team that there is not, nor has there ever been a fifth member of SG-1 named Tyler and orders them to the infirmary to be examined.While Dr. Fraiser can't find anything physically wrong with them, they continue to insist that Tyler is real and that reinforcements must be sent immediately to rescue him and O'Neill. Hammond believes that SG-1 has fallen victim to some alien technology and makes the decision to quarantine them while he gets to the bottom of the mystery.Back on the planet, O'Neill and the badly wounded Tyler must battle for their lives, O'Neill acting as a vitual one-man army against the numerous encroaching Jaffa.But at SGC, the Pentagon's Col. Simmons has gotten word that SG-1 has been compromised and he uses the situation to try and destroy their credibility as well as expose the threats that he believes the Stargate Program poses to national security. Carter, Daniel, Teal'c and Dr. Fraiser struggle to unravel the mystery in order to save Col. O'Neill as well as the future of Stargate Command.
After an unexpectedly rough ride through the Stargate, SG-1 emerges on an alien world known as K'Tau. There, they find a peaceful, agrarian people still worshipping the old Norse gods, evidence that this is a protected planet of the Asgard. Elrad, their religious leader, welcomes SG-1, believing them to be elves sent by their God Freyr. But Malchus, another acolyte in the church, thinks they are the harbingers of evil and is rather vocal about his views.But soon after their arrival, the sunlight mysteriously shifts and the sky becomes increasingly red. The people of K'Tau take this as a sign from the Gods. But upon closer examination, Carter discovers that the light frequency of the sun is shifting toward the infrared end of the color spectrum. The wormhole they created to travel to this planet caused the solar reaction to change and SG-1 may well be responsible for the impending death of this planet. O'Neill appeals to the Asgard for help, but they refuse to become involved. Now, SG-1 must solve a planetary problem that may very well be beyond their technological abilities.
Cassandra, the sole survivor of planet Hanka (episode Singularity), has been adopted by Dr. Fraiser and has been living with her for several years. But during a 16th birthday celebration, a kiss from a new boyfriend causes electricity to surge from Cassandra's body causing lights to explode as she passes out. At SGC, Dr. Fraiser examines Cassandra to find a micovirus in her blood that is causing her body to generate a growing electro-magnetic field. The onset of puberty has evidently triggered the virus causing Cassandra's body to go through changes which may have been started years prior.Seeking answers, SG-1 travels to Cassandra's home planet, where they discover a laboratory in which the Goa'uld Nirrti conducted genetic experiments on the children. Evidently, these experiments are only now manifesting in Cassandra. SG-1 returns home to find that Cassandra's condition has become more dire as her body undergoes more changes. As her heath worsens, SG-1 and Dr. Fraiser fear that they may not have saved Cassandra from the Nirrti's wicked ways after all.
Since befriending the Unas known as Chaka (episode The First Ones), Daniel had placed surveillance cameras on the Unas planet so that he could study the ways of these aliens. In the SGC Briefing Room, Daniel shows General Hammond and the rest of his team some disturbing new footage: men with Goa'uld weapons have captured Chaka and have taken him by force to another world.In the hopes of finding out what happened to Chaka, SG-1 travels to this planet to find a pre-industrial civilization that uses captive Unas as slaves. The town's leading slave trader, Burrock, is a cruel man who would happily kill an Unas just to make a point. When Daniel asks that Chaka be returned to him, Burrock flatly refuses. Daniel then decides that he must help Chaka escape from slavery. But, in the process, not only does Daniel put SG-1 in danger, but he threatens to upset the slave system that has existed on this world for generations.
When SG-1 explores the entrance of an ancient step pyramid on a remote world, they are surprised to discover a package of Russian cigarettes. Upon returning to the SGC, they learn that a rogue group of Russian Army Intelligence had traveled to this world and never returned: a trip the Russians had never previously disclosed. General Hammond permits a second Russian team to accompany SG-1 back to the planet on a joint rescue mission to find the missing team. O'Neill immediately finds himself in conflict with their leader Colonel Zukhov, who's not used to taking orders from the U.S. Air Force.Once inside the pyramid, SG-1 and the Russian team become trapped together in what they find is the tomb of an ancient Goa'uld ruler. Even worse, the remains of the missing Russians are found, with evidence that they were killed by some kind of alien creature. SG-1 must find a way to work with the Russian team to deal with this creature and somehow escape from the darkness of the tomb.
SG-1 travels to the planet of Tollana to attend the funeral of their old acquaintance, Chancellor Omoc (“Enigma”). But more surprising than Omoc's sudden death is news that Chancellor Travell has reversed the Tollan government's longstanding policy against sharing their technology. The Tollans are now willing to trade advanced weaponry with Earth and want O'Neill to be the negotiator. But before SG-1 leaves the planet, Carter is secretly passed a small object by her Tollan friend, Narmin. Upon arriving back at the SGC, Carter reveals Narim's object which suddenly projects a holographic image of Narim warning them that Earth is in great danger.General Hammond authorizes the team to return to Tollana and find out more of the motivation for Chancellor Travell's sudden change of policy, and see if there's a hidden agenda behind the deal.
SG-1 returns from an off-world mission proudly announcing to General Hammond that through an intermediate race, they have met a highly advanced alien race that's willing to form an alliance with Earth. In particular, they're willing to share their life-extending medical technology with us. When asked who this race is, Carter replies that it is the Aschen, a race that a future version of SG-1 had previously warned us about (episode”2010).At first unaware of the connection between this alien race and SG-1's warning from the future, Hammond orders Carter to team with Joe, a government envoy (whom she had married in “2010”) and move ahead with negotiations. O'Neill, however, is somewhat suspicious, especially so when Hammond makes the connection SG-1's warning from the future. SG-1 returns to the planet to meet with the Aschen and find out the real truth about their new friends.
A Russian transport vehicle is ambushed and its valuable cargo, a captured Jaffa, is taken by force. At nearly the same time, Major Carter is ambushed while getting into her car and abducted by mysterious men dressed in black. When Carter goes missing for several days, General Hammond authorizes O'Neill and Daniel to investigate her disappearance.O'Neill's investigation takes a strange twist when he is contacted by the former NID operative, Col. Mayborne. Desperate to find Carter, O'Neill must trust his old nemesis in the hopes of bringing Carter back alive. Working with Maybourne, O'Neill, Daniel and Teal'c discover information that leads to a mysterious hospital and the nefarious workings of a reclusive billionaire. Can SG-1 rescue Carter from the doctors' deadly experiments and discover the connection to the captured Jaffa?
An alien ship is spotted heading toward Earth, and from its unique energy signature, SG-1 determines that it is related to the pod found in Montana the year prior: Marty the alien's pod (episode 'Point of No Return'). They estimate that the ship will reach Earth in three days and set out to find Marty and see what he knows about it. When they do, they find that he has become a Creative Consultant for a brand new Sci-Fi television series called 'Wormhole X-Treme.' The series was created from a script that Marty wrote and the story line bears and eerie resemblence to the Stargate program. General Hammond's not overly concerned, believing that such a show will give SGC plausible deniability in the event of a real leak in the future. O'Neill is sent to find Marty on the 'Wormhole X-Treme' set as the show's Air Force Technical Advisor. But when O'Neill connects with Marty he's surprised to discover that Marty has no memory of their past relationship or of the real Stargate Command. O'Neill has to get to the bottom of Marty's sudden memory loss and see if it is somehow connected to the impending arrival of this alien ship.
At a secret training facility, a young group of cadets are put through their paces by a tough taskmaster: Colonel Jack O'Neill. Through several rigorous training scenarios we see how hard it is for these four young troops including Lt. Hailey (from last season's "Prodigy") and Lt. Elliot, the team leader, to qualify for assignment to off-world Stargateteams. Only the very best of the best make get a Stargate team assignment.But midway through a training exercise, the group is interrupted by news of a possible foothold situation at SGC. Knowing that many other troops may becompromised, O'Neill has no choice but to take his recruits into a very real battle at Stargate Command.
An off-world mishap causes an SGC-bound wormhole to prematurely disengage, apparently trapping Teal'c on another planet. However, when an attempt is made to dial back out, the computers flag an 'unidentified error'. It doesn't take Carter long to discover the problem. Teal'c is not stranded off-world. He is trapped within the buffer of the gate itself.While Daniel is dispatched to Russia to secure their DHD, Carter works feverishly to save their comrade. But a complication arises in the form of Colonel Frank Simmons who informs the SGC that the government will not allow the gate to remain inactive indefinitely. He gives them a deadline – 48 hours. Ultimately, to save his friend, O'Neill must partner up with an old acquaintance and seek out answers from a remote and dangerous source.
The Tok'ra have learned of a planned meeting of System Lords at a highly-defended space station in neutral territory. Seeing this as a perfect opportunity to cripple the Goa'uld power base, the Tok'ra enlist the help of SG-1.Daniel goes undercover as a human servant to Lord Yu and gains entrance to the space station. Once on board, he is to wait until the last of the System Lords have gathered, then release a virulent chemical weapon that specifically targets symbiotes, wiping out all in attendance.All goes according to plan until an unexpected arrival threatens to jeopardize the entire mission.
When the Vorash system's sun goes supernova, the explosion propels both SG-1 and system lord Apophis' ships more than four million light-years from Earth.An unknown ship appears and attacks Apophis' vessel, while Jacob Carter manages to hide SG-1's ship. He and SG-1 return after the battle to find Apophis' ship abandoned, infested with Replicators and set to self-destruct.Another ship, apparently a Goa'uld cargo vessel, appears with Teal'c in command. But when Maj. Samantha Carter, Col. Jack O'Neill, and Dr. Daniel Jackson go to greet him, they are taken hostage.Apophis then takes control of SG-1's ship and sets a course for Delmak. To make matters worse, Replicators now have infected SG-1's ship, as well. The team escapes their confinement, but now they must stop the ship before it can reach their own galaxy.
When an asteroid is detected on a collision course with Earth, SG-1 is dispatched to deal with the impending calamity. Flying out on a salvaged cargo ship, the team eventually touches down on the asteroid, prepared to deposit a nuclear payload that will neutralize the threat. However, a cursory scan of the rock reveals a high concentration of naquada. Carter informs her teammates that if they trigger the nuclear device, the naquada will augment the force of the explosion, effectively destroying all life on Earth. Clearly this was no freak occurrence but an insidious Goa'uld plot.With time ticking down toward Fail Safe, SG-1 must find a way to avert a global catastrophe.
Word has spread throughout Chulak and beyond. A formidable warriors now leads the Jaffa rebellion. The former First Prime to the late Goa'uld Imhotep, his name is Kytano and already his followers number in the hundreds. SG-1 visits Kytano's stronghold with the aim of securing an alliance. But O'Neill soon learns that this strategic partnership may well come at a heavy price.
A dormant android is discovered on a barren planet and transported back to Earth for study. At the SGC, it is placed in a secure environment and activated. The android, a female robot named Reese, demonstrates a childlike curiosity for her environment world and an instant affection for Daniel. As SG-1 questions her in an attempt to find out what happened to her world, the team discovers this seemingly innocent being may hold a menacing secret.
Colonel O'Neill must enlist the aid of a couple of convicted felons in a bid to save a planet from the Goa'uld. With an attack looming and the planet's automated defense systems seemingly off-line, an entire world's salvation will rest in the hands of SG-1 and two former NID operatives.
Daniel Jackson returns from an off-world diplomatic mission, stricken with radiation poisoning and accused of sabotage by the host government. As Daniel fights for his life, slowly succumbing to the poison ravaging his body, SG-1 struggles to learn the truth of what really happened to him back on the planet.
SG-1 must mount a rescue mission on an inhospitable planet. Their goal: to save Heimdall, an Asguard scientist, and secure an underground laboratory before they fall into the hands of Anubis. But complications arise in the form of an unexpected wildcard, the Goa'uld threat, and a shocking revelation concerning the Asguard.