When Carter and Cpt. Marks argue about who gets to leave and who has to stay behind and finish tying the naquadah generator into Prometheus' power systems, the generator's main control switch changes from "ON" to "OFF" between cuts.
When Jarrod comes through the gate it shuts down, but the Chevrons stay lit.
Mitchell: Maybe one of us will get lucky and take a portion of the next shot.
Teal'c: I would not consider that lucky, Colonel Mitchell.
Mitchell: Well it could be for anybody aboard Prometheus.
Kane: Do you ever give up?
Daniel: Not until I'm dead...and sometimes not even then...
Mitchell: You want the big chair?
Sam: Not me, I'll sit here.
Mitchell: Sam, (Landry's) in Washington.
(Mitchell moves towards the chair, then backs away)
On at least some of the DVD packaging for this season, this episode is incorrectly listed as "Eth(a)n," as opposed to the correct episode title which is "Eth(o)n."
International Air Dates:
The Netherlands: August 4, 2007 on Veronica
Syndication Premiere: February 17-18, 2007
This episode first aired in Canada on Thursday, February 16, 2006.
The Ori satellite is similar to the Ancient satellite used in Stargate Atlantis' "The Siege (1)," although it doesn't appear to be the exact same F/X.
Beau Bridges does not appear in this episode - the first since he joined the show.
The last of seven appearances of Barclay Hope as Colonel Lionel Pendergast.
In Greek mythology, Ethon was the eagle that each day attacked Prometheus and ate his liver, while Prometheus was chained to a mountain.