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|Original air date||
July 30, 2004
David Kaufman as Mark Gilmore
|SG-1 Season 8|
|Season 7||Season 9|
O'Neill begins doubting his abilities to run the SGC. SG-1 goes offworld looking for one of Anubis' labs and disappears. An alien plant begins to grow over the base and Ba'al contacts them to offer a trade for Camulus in exchange for SG-1 whom he had captured.
Area 51, Bosco, Captain Corrigan, Donut, Gamma radiation, Peterson (SG-3), Plains of Goran, Ring Transporter, Colonel Rudnell, SG-2, SG-3, SG-8, SG-10, SG-12, Stargate Command Operations Protocol, Symbiote poison, Zero Point Module
O'Neill: "Well, I’m not really sure. Here’s some irony for you: Carter – have this thing fixed like that. No offence there, Siler."
Siler: "Uh, none taken, sir."
O'Neill: "So, why don't you just send her on through, before you know it you'll have old camel ass back in your grubby little mitts."
Ba'al: "You dare mock me!?"
O'Neill: "Ba'al, Come on, you should know........of course I dare mock ya."
- The bald technician at the end of the episode is Pierre Bernard, graphics designer for the Late Night with Conan O'Brien show. He had a say on the show mentioning that Stargate SG-1 was better without Daniel Jackson. The Stargate producers saw this and offered him a cameo, naming the character "O'Brien" as a tongue-in-cheek reference.
- This episode shares its name with a Star Trek: Enterprise episode.
- After Dr. Lee jokingly mentions that the plant has not eaten anyone, O'Neill calls him "Seymour". This is a reference to Little Shop of Horrors, which followed a man-eating plant and its keeper, Seymour.
- In the final scene, O'Neill has the single star of a Brigadier General on his dress shirt, but the insignia on his jacket is that of a Colonel.