Nao'nak's staff weapon does not make the usual sound when he closes it after killing Bynarr.
Teal'c tells Martouf that he is able to fly a cargo ship "with great proficency." However, in "Within the Serpent's Grasp (2)", he said that he was only qualified to fly death gliders.
(in the pits)
Jacob: Am I dreaming?
Sam: No. No, we're real.
Jacob: Are you crazy?
Jack: Uh, apparently.
Martouf: You know that Sokar has assumed the persona of the entity known as the Devil?
Jack: Yeah. A bit pretentious, don't you think?
Sam: The ship we were in could make itself invisible.
Jack: It was an upgrade. You're obviously dealing with a base model here.
Jack: Mmm... the smells keep getting better and better, don't they?
Jack: Howdy, folks. We're uh... new in these parts. I know that's hard to tell but it's true.
Martouf: With the risk of sounding overly dramatic: the fate of the whole galaxy may be at stake.
Jack: Sounds a bit overly dramatic.
Jack: To hell with us.
Jack: He said Hell, right? Well, I'll be there sooner or later, might as well go check out the neighborhood.
Jacob: He's Sokar's eyes and ears here.
Jack: Well... eye and ears.
This marks the first appearance of David Palffy (Sokar/Anubis) on the series.
William deVry is credited onscreen as appearing in this episode although he, in fact, doesn't.
Syndication airdate: January 29, 2001.
Jack: Well, certainly not Emerald City.
The Emerald City is the fictional capital of the Land of Oz in L. Frank Baum's Oz books, first described in The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. (This however could also refer to the prison unit Emerald City in the HBO television series Oz, seeing as they are on a sort of prison-planet.)