At the end, as Sam takes a drink of champagne, at the same time she manages to say, "And Teal'c got tickets to some show"
As Vala brings the boxes to Daniel's office and throughout their conversation, Vala's mission patches were on the wrong shoulders.
Trivia: This episode marks the first appearance of Odyssey's new commander, Colonel Davidson, played by Fulvio Cecere. Davidson replaces Odyssey's previous commander, Colonel Emerson, who was killed in "Company of Thieves."
During the second briefing with Landry, Vala's mission patches are on the wrong shoulders again.
As Vala gets into the lift to go see her father, her mission patches are again on the wrong shoulders.
During the briefing with Landry near the beginning of the episode, Vala's mission patches were on the wrong shoulders.
When Vala shoots the sentry by the cloaked cargo shuttle with a zat you can see that the zat is in the closed or off position when she walks on-screen.
If SG-1 set up a decoy cargo ship for Jacek, why didn't they disable its engines? Why allow a known criminal to get away with a perfectly good cargo ship? They could've even rigged its engines to stop working at the touch of a button.
Teal'c is shot in the left arm, but when he was in the infirmary recovering, he had a bandage on his right arm.
The point of origin glyph used for the alien planet is Gemini, which being one of the 38 standard constellations that appear on all Stargates means that this gate wouldn't be able to dial a planet that uses Gemini in its address (K'Tau, for example in the season 5 episode "Red Sky").
When Vala and Mitchell were manually dialing the Stargate near the end of the episode, chevrons 4, 5 and 6 were lit up before chevrons 2 and 3. Previous episodes have shown that the chevrons light up in order clockwise around the gate.
Although it's only a replica (but a highly accurate one built from diagrams), the museum DHD should not bear the Earth origin symbol (which was clearly visible as Mitchell tipped it over). This symbol should only appear on Earth's DHD, if it still existed, for dialing out and would be useless anywhere but on Earth.
The Goa'uld hand weapon, that the female assassin uses against Daniel, is the same weapon that Martouf used to threaten the president, in the season four episode "Divide and Conquer."
When Mitchell is being attacked on the transport Teal'c says that he will ring over to help him, Mitchell responds, but Teal'c never touched his radio.
Dr. Lee's experimental plasma weapon appeared to be powered by a small naqhadah generator. Since naquadah is not native to the Earth and is only procurable through the stargate, naquadah generator technology is still highly classified and the weapon should have been powered by something else if it is being shown to the public.
When Teal'c is attacked the first time (at the DHD) and he starts to shoot back; his staff is closed when it fires (as seen from the front). However it is open when viewed from behind, and when he stops shooting.
The makeup department must have missed a spot. As the camera was shot over Daniel's left shoulder talking to Jack, there is a big spot on his neck where the white makeup was not applied.
In the first scene with Major General Jack O'Neill and Daniel Jackson, aboard the Odyssey, you will notice that on the collar of O'Neill's shirt he only has one star. This indicates that he is a Brigadier General, rather than Major General. However in the scenes before and after this he has the two stars indicating he is a Major General (which he is).
When Sam surfs the Internet after her interview is pulled, a couple of humorous and risque "hits" may be seen briefly on her computer screen.
When Vala is beamed down to the planet, the village materializes and then Mitchell asks if the Ori ship is gone. Shouldn't they make sure it's gone before rematerializing the village? If the Ori sees them, they'll just fire again.
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