EP 408 - The First Ones

The First Ones
Season 4 Episode 8
Series: Stargate SG-1
Original Air Date: August 18, 2000
Written By Peter DeLuise
Directed By: Peter DeLuise
Preceded by: Watergate
Followed by: Scorched Earth


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A world is discovered which SGC think is the homeworld of the Goa'uld, and Unas. Daniel is helping on a dig with Rothman and SG-11 when he is captured by a native Unas. Rothman goes back to SGC and the rest of SG-1 mount a rescue mission. Meanwhile Daniel is using his diplomacy and language skills to form a bond with the young aboriginal Unas, but he thinks he is some sort of right of passage trophy and as such is being taken away to be killed. Meanwhile the rest of SG-1 are trying to find him on a planet full of Goa'uld larva. The problem rises when Teal'c realises that any one of them could haave been taken over by the Goa'uld and there is no way to be sure.

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    • Coburn was referred to as "Sergeant" in this episode, where in a previous episode he held the rank of "Major".

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Daniel: This is a radio. It's so my friends can find me, and shoot you
When Teal'c suspects a member to be a Goa'uld
Teal'c: Trust in me, O'Neill
O'Neill: What if I'm not O'Neill?
Teal'c: Then I was not talking to you
Unas wants Daniel to eat a fried goauld larva head, but he tosses it back, and the unas throws it back again
Daniel: Yes, toss the symbiote head, that's a very popular game, all the kids are doing it
Teal'c has hundcuffed everyone and is sitting on the ground.
O'Neill: Alright, everybody with a snake in their head, raise their hands!
One of the soldiers eyes glows, and he raises his hands and breaks free
O'Neill: Damn...
Daniel and Unas are sharing a chocolate cookie
Daniel: You know it's funny, I met my father in law like this...
O'Neill: You guys weren't doing anything that could have provoked an attack?
Rothman: I don't know
O'Neill: Well Rothman, I'm SO glad you came...
Last edited by Krunal on 20 January 2009 at 11:54
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