EP 820 - Moebius (Part 2)

Moebius (Part 2)
Season 8 Episode 20
Series: Stargate SG-1
Original Air Date: February 22, 2005
Story By: Joseph Mallozzi
Paul Mullie
Brad Wright
Robert C. Cooper
Teleplay By: Robert C. Cooper
Directed By: Peter DeLuise
Preceded by: Moebius (Part 1)
Followed by: Avalon (Part 1)


[edit] Synopsis

[edit] Plot

The alternate SG1 embark on their mission to change the past in order to fix the future. They use the Puddle Jumper (Called Gateship in this Episode) to travel to Chulak to find Teal'c who they hope will help them. Jack, Sam and Teal'c are successful in escaping Apophis, however Daniel is taken by a Goa'uld and killed. The remaining team, take the Puddle Jumper back 5000 years once again, to right that which was wronged. They find the Original Daniel, who is the only one alive, and must work together to create another uprising, but must make sure that the Stargate Remains on Earth.

[edit] Bloopers

[edit] Mistakes during Filming

    • Daniel takes his glasses off whilst watching the video, when we clearly know that he has poor eyesight.
    • As Jack prepares to lift off, a staff-blast hits the wall behind him and to his left. Although the staff-blasts are extremely powerful, there is no sign of any damage to the wall in subsequent shots

[edit] General Trivia

    • When the team arrives in Ancient Egypt and they are walking across the desert during the day with the sun relatively high in the sky, you can clearly see their breath, indicating that it is cold where they are filming
    • When dialing the gate using the Puddle Jumper, the inner ring spins instead of just locking like when a DHD is normally used

[edit] Quotes

O'Neill: Any idea what to expect?
Carter: Not really. According to the tape, we're going to be demolecularised, transmitted over two thousand light years through subspace, and then, uh, rematerialised on the other side.
Kawalsky: I did *not* need to know that!
Hammond: OK, people. Let me remind you: this mission's recon only. Do not engage the enemy. I'm allowing the use of this ship because of the obvious tactical advantage it provides you. Under no circumstances is it to be used to travel through time, understood?
O'Neill: Yes, sir
Hammond: Never in my life would I have imagined giving *that* order!
Carter: Didn't that tape say there were no fish in your pond?
O'Neill: Close enough.
Carter: Look, if we don't make it ...
O'Neill: Wait a minute! You said you liked Daniel!
Carter: I lied. I just wanted to get to know you better. You see, usually I'm a very cautious person and I tend to think things ...
Carter: I think the power relay was overloaded. I may be able to reroute the circuit to the control interface...What?
O'Neill: It's just a little weird hearin' that kind of stuff come out of someone so...
Carter: So what?
O'Neill: ..hot.
Carter: Really?
O'Neill: Yeah.
Carter: Wow. Um, it's just you...you're not the kind of guy that I usually attract.
O'Neill: No?
Carter: No. Huh. God. Wow! This is kinda awkward.
O'Neill: Yeah, it's gettin' there
Carter: I wonder if the future me has a boyfriend?
Apophis: I think there is much you can tell me.
Daniel: Well, if you wanna know about the early settlements of Mesopotamia, I am somewhat of an expert ...
McKay: Gateship One, you're go for launch.
O'Neill: "Gateship"?!
McKay: Well, it's a ship, it goes through the Gate, so ...
O'Neill: Alright
McKay: What? It's a ship that goes through the Gate - it's a Gateship! Well, *I* thought it was clever.
Carter: I don't really like guns.
O'Neill: Neither do I. How do you feel about explosives?
Carter: Those I like a little better.
Jackson: Well this can't be good...
O'Neill: Why?
Jackson: Where am I?
Teal'c: I killed you.
Last edited by Krunal on 20 January 2009 at 14:17
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