O'Neill: He's late.
Landry: When traveling almost three million light-years I'm not so sure there's such thing as late.
O'Neill: Right. Yes.
Landry: You're just mad that you didn't get to fly the maiden-voyage yourself.
O'Neill: General, I'm quite fond of both maidens and voyages. I mean, put the two together...
Landry: You're not a test-pilot anymore, Jack.
O'Neill: That's what the president said.