The crate that the Stargate was in has a hole in the front and back after the wormhole forms, yet the "kawoosh" only comes out of the front of the gate, so the back of the crate should be intact.
Why would the crate on the Achilles be addressed to Catherine, she was only 10 years old at the time. Shouldn't it have been addressed to her father?
Trivia: The car Mitchell is seen working on and then later driving is a 1973 Mustang Mach I.
Trivia: Mitchell was promoted to full colonel prior to Continuum.
Trivia: The submarine that crashes through the ice is the Los Angeles class USS Alexandria, SSN-757, of the US Navy.
When Merrik turns on the Asgard core, Mitchell orders that the Odyssey beam up him and Col. Carter. Why didn't they just beam directly into the core-room? The transporters have been used before to beam into specific areas of the ship.
When the Replicator escapes from the core room, Mitchell attempts to shoot it a second time with the ARG and Carter claims that P-90s are necessary to kill it. However, Mitchell and at least one of the guards are carrying human 9mm sidearms which should be effective against a single Replicator. Yet they do not give chase and allow it to escape into the rest of the ship.
Teal'c's grey streak is often seen on the wrong side of his head.
Teal'c's age makes one wonder how Jaffa really age. In the season 4 episode "The Light", Teal'c says he is 101 years old. Going by the time that passed on the ship, he's older than 150 years at the end, yet he looks as if he's in forties. In the season 5 episode "Threshold" it's stated that Bra'tac is 137 years old and he looks much older than Teal'c looks being 155.
Trivia: Apparently Jaffa age at a rate of about a third of humans. Teal'c aged to about 130, but only looked to be in his 50s and he claimed to still have many years left.
The whole idea of the reverse time bubble seems flawed. Sam turns on a shield to exclude Teal'c from it, but once time is reversed, wouldn't it reverse time so Sam would turn the shield off?
Knowing the risks why do they insist on surgically removing Ba'al from Adria's head? They have techniques that can remove a symbiote without cutting the host open--like when they beamed the symbiote out of Col. Caldwell on Atlantis or getting the Asgard to use Thor's Hammer.
Why didn't they put an Anti-Prior device with Adria in the recovery room?
The Sodan cloak device that Vala bets disappears from the table, shortly after Adria appears.
Our heroes keep referring to "the symbol for infinity". It has a name - lemniscate - so why not use it. Any more than one refers to "7" as "the symbol for the number after six.
As with the previous episode ("Family Ties"), Vala's mission patches are on the wrong shoulders. This only seems to affect her briefing room scenes, including the video message she recorded for herself.
As SG-1 enter the Ba'al clone's tent, one of the supposedly dead Jaffa laying on the ground outside can be seen lowering his left arm to his side as he comes into shot.
Daniel's phone changes color from black in Jacek's apartment to silver in the woods.
When ambushing the Jaffa, why fire a warning shot as a signal to attack? Why not fire the first shot into one of the Jaffa? It's just as noisy.
This is the second time Ben Browder and Claudia Black have appeared in episode called "Family Ties." The first was Episode 22 of Season 1 of Farscape.
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