EP 510 - 2001
Season 5 Episode 10
|Original Air Date:||August 31, 2001|
|Written By||Brad Wright|
|Directed By:||Peter DeLuise|
|Preceded by:||Between Two Fires|
|Followed by:||Desperate Measures|
This is a sequel to 2010. SG-1 encounters a new world and a potential new ally in the war against the Goa'uld. It is a race of people introduced to SG-1 by the people of an agricultural world - the race is the Aschen! SGC discover that their homeworld is most probably the one the future O'Neill told them to lock out of the computer. SG-1 start investigating and Daniel and Teal'c discover an underground city which the people of the world don't know exists and they wonder how, in a couple of hundred the people of the world have gone from millions technologically as advanced as Earth to hundreds on an agricultural world, it can't be coincidence that it only happened AFTER the Aschen came on the scene. They manage to figure it out and save Earth, again, but Kinsey isn't pleased to have to forgo another powerful friend.
 General Blooper
- The first shot of SG-1 coming through the gate is a re-use from the season 2 episode "Touchstone". It wouldn't have mattered if Jack and Sam weren't carrying MP-5's in one shot and then P-90's in the next.
- At the end when Kinsey threatens O'Neill and heads back, when Jack shouts out "It's O'Neill with two L's" he's holding up three fingers instead of the two
|Daniel: I just hope we don't regret giving them those gate addresses|
O'Neill: I don't think we will - the first one being a black hole and all - they get progressively darker from there
|Hammond: I take it your mission was successful?|
Carter: In a word, Sir - yes!
O'Neill: In 2 words ? yes, Sir!
|Joe: They MADE a star?! How?|
Carter: Well, theoretically, by increasing the density of a sufficiently massive gas giant until a thermonuclear reaction can take place. In fact, Arthur C. Clark pasi -
O'Neill: Ambassador, you gotta be careful about the use of the word "How" unless you really wanna know
|O'Neill: Well, technically I haven't sent it yet. But if I get a chance again I'm sure I'm gonna fill it with a lot more detail.|
Carter: Well, you were probably wanting to limit the causality violation by keeping it simple.
O'Neill: I wonder whose idea that was...