As Teal'c and O'Neill arrive at the door of the shield generator room (just before they are knocked out), the Carter hologram appears behind them. However, to save money, the directors have her walk onto the shot and play the appearance sound effect while she is off camera (thus we don't see her appear but the effect makes it believable). On the widescreen edition, Carter can clearly be seen crouching in the corner as the two approach the door.
Trivia: Wall safe (with Goa'uld hand devices) combination: 91837. This combination is different than in "Fair Game", when it was: 91857
Planet: P2A-018 (Latona)
At approximatly 15:05 into the episode when SG1 finds Lieutenant Grogan passed out, if you listen carefully (you might need headphones), you can hear what sounds like a dog bark several times.
Although Grogan is credited as a Lieutenant, he refers to himself as a Sergeant at the beginning of the episode.
When Daniel goes to visit Reese, the guard outside her room swipes the card key backwards, with the black stripe on the wrong side.
When the Reese android is first seen in close-up in the SGC sickbay, there's a visible pulse in her neck and she's breathing slightly, even though she's supposed to be deactivated and inert.
Trivia: Cal Mah's designation is P2C-303.
When K'tano dials the gate for the suicide bombers, the glyphs don't light up on the DHD.
In some shots during the training scenes, the "wooden" training staffs wobble just a bit too much. Presumably they used some kind of rubber props for safety reasons.
In the fight scene between K'Tano and Teal'c, Teal'c is shown on the ground with his training staff broken. In the next shot K'Tano attacks and breaks Teal'c's staff. Teal'c and his broken staff are in the exact position of the first shot. Just a little out of sequence.
Trivia: With SG-1 dealing with Leonid, that would put the timing of the episode in early-mid November.
Trivia: Bomb deactivation code: 03310310
In the scenes where Jack and Teal'c are trying to repair the Goa'uld vessel, there are visible gaps between the visor plate and actual "body" of their spacesuits - enough for their faces to be seen through it.
Daniel is an anthropologist and linguist who studies other cultures and learns about their customs and mindset. So why does he say things to the human servant of another Goa'uld that are clearly inappropriate for that culture?
In the scene when Daniel, impersonating Yu's servant Jarren, announces that he represents Lord Yu (approximately 22:39), he completely mispronounces his name. When he pronounces "Lord Yu Huang Shang-Ti," he pronounces both Huang and Shang so they rhyme with "twang" whereas in Mandarin it would be pronounced with an "a" as in "father." He further mispronounces "Huang" as "wang", not "Hwang."
In the scene where Jacob is prepping Daniel for his mission, he appears to be wearing a plain white armband. The camera cuts to Jacob then back to Daniel, and Yu's symbol is now present. The position/possible movement of his arm does not account for it's sudden appearance, and there is no indication he adjusted it in-character.
Trivia: The episode marks the (apparent) destruction of the Russian DHD.
Trivia: A recommendation from an SG team commander is required in order to be assigned to an SG team.
The door to Carter's lab changes from B-4 to B-3.
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