EP 601 - Redemption (Part 1)
|Redemption (Part 1)|
Season 6 Episode 1
|Original Air Date:||June 7, 2002|
|Written By||Robert C. Cooper|
|Directed By:||Martin Wood|
|Followed by:||Redemption (Part 2)|
It has been 3 months since Daniel ascended and Jonas has come to the base, as he shows exceptional learning skills as he reads all of Daniels notes and the SG1 mission reports. Mean whilst, SG-1 are still trying to find a replacement for Daniel, but no one seems to measures up. Jonas wants to join them and persuades both Sam and Teal'c to talk to Jack for him, however Jack isn't convinced. SGC have built a new death glider type ship, based on Goa'uld technology with 4 engines, including one which creates a hyperspace window so they will be able to travel vast distances. It's been made possible by the Naquadriah that Jonas brought with him. Bra'tac arrives and tells Teal'c's that his wife, Drey'ac, is very ill and dying as she won't accept a new symbiote. Teal'c goes to see her but she has died. His son Rya'c blames him for her death, believing she would not have been died if Teal'c had not joined the fight against the Goa'uld and made her believe they were not gods. Meanwhile at the SGC Anubis is attacking with a weapon of the ancients that keeps the gate open and builds up an overload in the gate big enough to destroy the world. Jack and Sam try and use the new ship to try and reach the Asgard, however, they are unsuccessful in getting the a stable hyperdrive window open. Meanwhile another Jaffa tells Teal'c the Tau'ri are under attack by Anubis and when they can't dial Earth they reason they can find the planet Anubis is on by dialling all the planets he controls and finding the one that is also engaged. Once they do this they take off to the planet to destroy the device Anubis is using. Wanting proof that the Goa'uld are not gods and can be stopped, Rya'c insists that Teal'c allow him to join him in battle.
 Dialling Sequence Blooper
- The coordinates that they input into the X-302 to go to Abydos were incorrect. The last 2 glyphs should be switched.
- When the attack on Earth started, the computer monitor displayed the boxes where the glyphs go as green instead of red. Green is when an IDC has been received, and red is when there has been no IDC, and as it there was obviously no IDC recieved, it should have been red.
|O'Neill: Hammond is insisting SG-1 needs a socio-political nerd to offset our overwhelming coolness.|
|Carter: Sir, the X-301 was a modified glider. However many of the 302 systems were retro-engineered from goauld technology, it is entirely human built.|
O'Neill: So was the Titanic...
|Anubis: Humans of the Tauri - your end of days finally approaches! There will be no mercy!|
O'Neill: Oh come on! Who talks like that?
|O'Neill: Why aren't you downstairs with the other eggheads? ...Not that you're an egghead. Well, you are actually, but in a good way.|
Carter: I couldn't think down there. They all kept looking at me for the answers
O'Neill: Well, you do have a penchant for pulling brilliant ideas out of your butt. Head. Out of your head. When we need them.
|Carter: They're still analyzing the flight data recorder, but it looks like a 605-3 error|
Hammond: Forgive me?
O'Neill: It's the one after 605-2, sir
|Carter: Sir, the simulations we ran anticipated every conceivable scenario.|
O'Neill: It's the inconceivable ones I'm concerned about.
Carter: The X-302 has hundreds of safety mechanisms to compensate for anything that can go wrong. Arming ejection system.
O'Neill: That's good...that's good, very funny.
|Carter: Inertial dampeners?|
O'Neill: Cool, and check.
O'Neill: All check. Phasers?
Carter: Sorry, sir...
|Carter: You know, sir, even if we do manage to contact the Asgard, there's a chance they won't be able to help us|
O'Neill: What's your point, Carter?
Carter: Guess I don't have one beyond that, sir
O'Neill: Thank you
|Jonas: Still, I'm usually much better at reading people|
Chekov: (yelling) Why was I not informed about the X-302?!?
Jonas: For example, it might not be that obvious to everyone, but this man is actually very upset
|Teal'c: Have you considered Jonas Quinn?|
O'Neill: Now I know you've been practicing, but I still can't tell...is that a joke?
|Hammond: Colonel Chekov feels that as a symbol of our joint efforts, a Russian officer should be assigned to join SG-1.|
O'Neill: Over my rotting corpse, Sir.
O'Neill: I'm sorry - did I say that out loud?
Hammond: I said I would discuss it with you and that I was pretty sure you would give it some careful thought.
O'Neill: And that I will, General. But I'm still pretty sure I'll say "bite me"