Trivia: The planet they visit was designated P3X-562 by Stargate Command.
When Carter asks why the iris isn't closing, she is told that an iris code was received. However, a wormhole had not been established.
Jack's son's name was Charlie, but in the movie his son was identified as Tyler.
Jack: Keep the lights on. I'll be back.
Teal'c: Chicago, the Windy City. Home of the Blackhawks, the Bulls, the White Sox.
Jack: Don't forget the Cubs.
Jack: Come on, get me outta here! Tell you what, let me put it nicely: Get me the hell outta here!
(about Teal'c's staff-weapon)
Hammond: Teal'c, you'll have to leave that here.
Teal'c: I have seen your world, I will need it.
Teal'c: Yours is a strange world.
Daniel: So's yours.
Sam: I'd love to get this into the spectrometer at Stanford.
Teal'c: What is a "Stanford"?
Syndication air date: October 19, 1998.
Cold Lazarus is a 1996 British scifi teleplay written by Dennis Potter of Singing Detective fame, which refers in the title to both the biblical Lazarus (a resurrected man) and cryonic suspension.
In the Bible, Lazarus dies and is raised to life ( John 11). Specifically: John 11:43 - John 12:1 (King James Version) 43 And when he thus had spoken, he cried with a loud voice, "Lazarus, come forth." Then Jesus six days before the passover came to Bethany, where Lazarus was, which had been dead, whom he raised from the dead.