When Mitchell wakes up after hearing Sam, the ship's power systems and engines are dead. But if he had left the Korolev as it was destroyed, the force of the blast would've sent him hurtling through space. There's nothing that would have stopped the ship from moving after the blast without damaging it severely.
Trivia: The Jaffa have came up with a name for the Supergate, the Chappa'ko
Mitchell: So we're outmatched in manpower, firepower and technology. Do we have any sort of battle strategy, or are we just planning on dropping out of hyperspace and getting our asses kicked again?
Mitchell: I'm not saying we should give up. I'll fight to my dying breath. I just think we need a new plan. A damn good one.
Adria: You choose to take the word of an Ancient over your daughter. What have the Ancients done to earn your trust?
Vala: About as much as you.
Emerson: (talking to Teal'c onscreen) We've been able to ring aboard a few survivors, but our life-support's already overtaxed. Any chance you can take on a few people? (a firefight breaks out behind Teal'c) I'll take that as a no.
Vala (talking about Adria): Oh, she's been genetically altered. She'll be a fully grown figurehead in a day or so. If she takes after her mother, she'll have a pretty good figure too.
Daniel: This is bad.
Vala: You're telling me. Origin is about to become a lot more appealing to the males of this galaxy.
Vala (to Daniel): You know I never thought I'd agree with my father but now I'm starting to remember about how he used to go on about "you nurture them and then you raise them, and you teach them the best that you can, and then all they do is break your heart." I always assumed that his experience was just tainted by me.
Emerson: How's it going?
Mitchell: We're just about to test the beaming capabilities.
(a pile of goop beams in)
Emerson: Hmm... what is that?
Mitchell: It was supposed to be... a sandwich.
Mitchell: I was going to say no sweat, but there was definitely sweat involved. In Kvasir's case, I think it was perspiration.
Landry: As usual, the IOA is wasting their breath. You know, if I had the salaries they pay those idiots blowhard politicians put into my budget... I'm sorry, did I say that out loud?
Vala: And as your mother, you will listen to me, young lady. There will be no leading of these ships and armies on a mass-murdering crusade. Or else.
Vala: She wanted me to give her a name
Vala: Adria. Told her it was my mother's
Vala: Step-mother. Witch of a woman.
Daniel: The more I get to know you, the more I understand.
Sam: The sublight engines don't have much control. If you hit me even at minimum velocity...
Mitchell: I am not going to hit you. (under his breath) Not on purpose.
Syndication Premiere: September 22, 2007
First aired in Canada Thursday, Nov 2, 2006 on Space @ 7pm PST, 10pm EST
Emma Cooper was credited as "Emma Rose" in the episode end credits.
This is the first episode/season in which there are more than 5 show stars at one time.
The new opening credits for Season 10 include some new footage and the addition of Claudia Black as a regular.
When Mitchell is moving the Odyssey to pick up Carter, the image of the ship on the sensor screen shows the ship as a Prometheus-class BC, while the Odyssey is a Daedalus-class ship and looks very different.
The youngest version of Adria is played by Robert C. Cooper's daughter Emma.
The F/X for the hyperspace window has changed as of this episode.
With the start of the tenth season it passes The X-Files for the longest-running science-fiction series on American television.
As of this episode, the series returns to its 2004 air time: Friday at 9 p.m. Eastern/Pacific.
Mitchell: Yeah, some days you get lucky.
Ben Browder said the same line as John Crichton on the Farscape episode "Till the Blood Runs Clear."
In our world, Adria was originally the Celtic town of Adria, alluding again to the Celtic/British mythology of this season and the previous one.