Daniel states that Wormhole X-Treme! lasted three episodes. However, in Season 8's "Citizen Joe", Joe Spencer says it was cancelled after one episode.
During the briefing in the command tent, the SGC soldiers present have no patches on their uniforms, since they were operating on Earth where the SGC is still secret. The patches are still gone when the team moves through the woods and shoots the first creature. Yet as they shoot at the creatures later, everyone except Vala and Landry acquire patches as they shoot at the second creature.
In the briefing with Reynolds, Teal'c, and Vala, Carter tells them to return to the planet with SG-3 and SG-25. However in the next scene when Landry is telling Mitchell what the others are doing, he says SG-3 and SG-5, completely missing the "twenty" part.
Trivia: SG-3 is a US Marine unit. The Marine MARPAT BDU contains black "pixels", while Navy, Army and Air Force ACUs have no black.
When Carter and Mitchell returns from the mission when capturing the two Ba'als, they claim that the trip took 3.2 seconds, in the season 9 episode "The Ripple Effect" Carter elaborates on the subject saying that "(though the trip) feels instantaneous, on average a trip takes 0.3 seconds but in this case the trip took 3.4 seconds". As this was a normal trip without any ripple effects, the trip should have taken 0.3 seconds.
Morgan tells Daniel, Vala, and Elizabeth that the first human to step foot on Atlantis after the evacuation was Doctor Elizabeth Weir. Elizabeth wasn't the first person to step foot on Atlantis after the evacuation (although she appeared on Atlantis before the evacuation). Colonel Marshall Sumner was the first one to step through the wormhole to Atlantis in "Rising," then three security forces enlisted personnel, and then Elizabeth.
When John (Joe Flanigan) and Cam (Ben Browder) are talking and John comments that they "just painted" John's comment is, in fact, true to life. Over the hiatus the Atlantis set was redone and painted a different color than it had been in season 1
Dr. Weir at one point uses the word "pronunciation", but pronounces it "proNOUNciation."
Morgan le Fay told Daniel that some of the Ancients "made their way to the stargate" after returning to Earth from Atlantis. However, since the Ancients returned to Earth through the stargate, they would have had no need to travel anywhere on Earth to then use that stargate to travel to other worlds in the Milky Way; they were already at the stargate.
Zelenka first appears in this episode while Daniel, Vala, and Dr. Weir are walking to the hologram room. Vala steals a device from him and he runs after her and grabs it back angrily in the background of what Daniel and Dr. Weir are saying.
Castianna and Sahal (Taoth Vaclarush and Valos Cor) do not follow the Ancient pattern of naming planets. In "The Lost City part 2, Daniel Jackson discovers the syllables in the name of Ancient planets correspond to the 7 coordinates in space to dial the planets themselves.
When looking at the accretion-disk of a black hole at a low angle (like in the beginning), gravitational effects from the black hole would cause some major distortion to the appearance, but in this episode it is only depicted as a tilted high-angle view (without these effects).
When the time-dilation affects the communication, the voices on both ends turn deeper. But with the gravity-based time-dilation from a black hole, only one end should hear the communication slower (and therefor deeper), the other end should her it faster (and higher). Maybe the producers confused the effect with speed-induced time-dilation, which would affect the signal in both direction in the same way.
Supposedly the time dilation is causing the transmitted voices to sound deeper. That's correct, but more accurately the time dilation should cause the voices to be slower. And yet they speak at the same rate in all of their conversations. They could adjust and speed up the conversations automatically...but then the voices wouldn't sound deeper.
When Weir dials Earth in order to have the SGC relay a warning to the Odyssey, the gate shield is offline. As this is an outgoing wormhole, there would be no reason to raise the shield. However, when the wormhole is disengaged, the shield is seen to be active.
Trivia: This is the first time the SG-1 team visits Atlantis. Daniel Jackson tried three other times but never managed to. However, Teal'c could not join the team as he was setting up another Stargate in the Milky Way galaxy.
When the hazmat team finds Teal'c on the ground in the woods, the reflection of the camera can be seen in the hood of the man supposedly leaning over him.
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
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