Stargate SG-1


Season 7, Ep 19, Aired 2/27/04
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  • Episode Description
  • Sam, Teal'c, and Daniel head to a warehouse where they hope to find a rogue NID operation. Instead, they find a girl held prisoner there and a bigger mystery than they ever expected.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Christopher Judge


  • Peter Flemming

    NID Agent Malcolm Barrett

  • Martin Novotny

    NID Interrogation-Room Guard

  • Kristen Dalton


  • Brad Greenquist

    Dr. Keffler

  • Fan Reviews (6)
  • Not so much a review as a comment.

    By aeryon, Nov 10, 2005

  • Teal'c Daniel and Sam go to a wharehouse where everyone is dead and the only lead they have is a girl who locked in a cage in the middle of the wharehouse. She has no memory of this but they know she done it. Daniel tries to find out why.

    By okeydokeythen, Apr 23, 2007

  • no O'Neill...hmmmm...

    By Fwirrel, Aug 22, 2007

  • Different...

    By Parricida, Apr 07, 2008

  • A little different, but interesting nonetheless.

    By sammystevenson, Jul 05, 2006

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (11)

    • Anna/Sekhmet: If it were up to me, I would rip the beating heart from your chest and feed it to you. Keffler: Such colorful language.

    • Barrett: His nitro says he has a bad heart. I say an x-ray would confirm a total absence. Sam: I don’t know, I think he’s starting to crack. Barrett: Come on. That guy was colder than Hannibal Lecter in there. Sam: Still, obviously no match for a master interrogator. Barrett: I didn’t see you get all Clarice Starling on his ass. Sam: I didn’t want to step on your toes.

    • Sam: Failed experiments of some kind? Agent Barrett: What kind is the question. Sam: Well, there’s one way to find out. Agent Barrett: No forget it major, we’ve already tried that; all the codes are encrypted. I’ve requested a data retrieval team. Sam: Present and accounted for.

    • Dr. Lee: (after Teal'c defuses a bomb) That’s it. It’s off. I mean the lights turned off, that means it's off right. Teal’c: Indeed. Dr. Lee: (trying to high five Teal'c) Well, hey!

    • Dr. Lee: Let’s uh, see if we can disarm it here first. Barrett: I’m going to get the local authorities to start evacuating the area. Dr. Lee: Thanks for the vote of confidence.

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    Notes (5)

    • When it came to negotiations for the seventh season of Stargate SG-1, Amanda Tapping insisted that her directing of an episode be part of the contract.

    • This is the only Earth-bound episode not to feature any scenes at the SGC, the Stargate and in which Don S. Davis does not appear.

    • This is the first episode directed by a woman (Amanda Tapping).

    • Richard Dean Anderson and Don S. Davis do not appear in this episode.

    • First aired in UK on February 17th 2004

    Trivia (2)

    • In the beginning of the episode they state they are in Los Angeles. But when asked how far the explosion will extend, he is asked how big is Orange County. Los Angeles is in Los Angeles County, not Orange County.

    • Not exactly a goof, but amusing how the writers, producers, etc. cater to American standards of feminine styling. Anna's armpits are quite clearly shaven (see her death scene). So did Keffler give her a razor? Shave them himself? Omit the armpit-hair growing gene when he created her? Or what?

    Allusions (2)

    • Barrett: I didn’t see you get all Clarice Starling on his ass. Clarice Starling is a rookie FBI agent who leads a manhunt for a serial killer in the 1991 movie Silence of the Lambs, and is played by actress Jodie Foster.

    • Barrett: Come on. That guy was colder than Hannibal Lecter in there. Dr. Hannibal Lecter is a brilliant, cunning, psychotic killer in the movie Silence of the Lambs (1991). Anthony Hopkins performed this character AS very chilling and cold.

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    • ramdom Mar 01, 2014

      In the episode, there's a comment about a particular gene for the Goa'uld genetic memory and Keffler says he didn't have time to sequence the strand. A single gene (or even a small genome) could be sequenced in hours/day even at the time the episode was made (millions of base pairs).