Stargate SG-1

New Order (1)

Season 8, Ep 1, Aired 7/9/04
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  • Episode Description
  • While Sam and Teal'c go to the planet of the former human-form Replicators to contact the Asgard to cure Jack, Daniel and Dr. Weir must deal with Goa'uld System Lords who want the Ancients weapon the Tau'ri used to destroy Anubis.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Christopher Judge

    Teal'c

  • Joseph Mallozzi

  • Paul Mullie

  • Andy Mikita

  • Vince Crestejo

    Goa'uld System Lord Yu-huang "Yu The Great" Shang Ti

  • Fan Reviews (5)
  • i really hate when writer try political episode about system-lords, i was impressed but great clifhanger.

    By tvrev, Sep 18, 2005

  • Elizabeth Weir trying to become System Lord...

    By Parricida, Apr 08, 2008

  • good episode...

    By Fwirrel, Aug 22, 2007

  • About time they brought back Fifth

    By halldoraj, Oct 18, 2005

  • One of the most intrigants episode of Stargate SG-1...

    By Collecionador, Jul 12, 2005

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (8)

    • Weir: That’s the bright side? Daniel: More of a slightly less dark side.

    • Daniel: I guess you did learn something from your father's poker games. Weir: Always bet big when bluffing. Daniel: I just didn't know you were looking to become a System Lord.

    • Carter: I know. So, you wanna talk? Teal'c: Concerning what subject? Carter: I dunno. How’s Rya’c? Teal'c: Fine. Carter: You still keeping in touch with Ishta? Teal'c: Indeed. Carter: Bra’tac? Teal'c: Bra’tac is well. Carter: C’mon, Teal’c, throw me a bone here! Teal'c: How is Pete Shanahan? Carter: He’s fine.

    • Weir: I was never good at bluffing. Daniel: Trust me you better learn quick because if they learn we can't use the Ancient weapon to defend ourselves this game is over! (Weir stares at him) Too much?

    • Thor: The mass of Replicator blocks has begun moving away from the event horizon. Sam: How is that possible? Thor: They have the time dilation device, I do not know exactly how, but they seem to have used it to counteract the gravitational effects that should be pulling them in. Sam: Frightening... not only that they can do that, but that you don't know how. Thor: I agree.

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    Notes (13)

    • Richard Dean Anderson (Jack O'Neill) does not appear in this episode.

    • At some point in this season, they change Walter Davis's name to Walter Harriman because there is an actual USAF officer with the name Walter Davis. This was actually changed in Season 6, but the patch of his uniform was not fixed. You can tell by looking at his nametag, it changes from having two words (Walter Davis) on the top line to having one long word (Harriman) on the top line.

    • Kira Clavell (Amateratsu) auditioned for the role of Teyla Emmagen in Stargate: Atlantis.

    • Slightly new footage in the opening credits, including Christopher Judge's cast picture showing him with his new ‘do. Don S. Davis also no longer appears in the credits or stars in the series.

    • All guest cast and co-stars are listed for both episodes, although some only appear in one part or the other.

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    Trivia (2)

    • In this episode, Thor refers to the new Asgard home planet, Orilla, as being "rich in neutronium" on which both Asgard and humaniform replicator technology is based. As the term is commonly used, neutronium consists entirely of neutrons, and, if it exists, weighs somewhere around a half-billion tons per tablespoon. If neutronium existed on a planet, nothing would prevent it from sinking to the core of the world. Neutron stars, or pulsars, are believed to be solid neutrons and the densest bodies in the universe short of black holes. Since neutrons can be produced by known nuclear processes, it is far more likely that neutronium is something that would be manufactured rather than found.

    • When Jack was frozen in the Ancient outpost, his jacket's collar was folded down, but when he was transported to Thor's ship, his collar was folded up.

    Allusions (1)

    • Goa'uld: Amateratsu
      Shinto Sun goddess, traditionally the Japanese royal family are her descendants.

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