Why does everybody eliminate Nirrti as a possible suspect as soon as they hear that he experimented on Khalek. Nirrti could have used a male body as a host in the previous life.
Why does the SG-1 team wear the black uniforms to the Sodan planet? They must have sent the MALP before going through the Stargate, so they must have known that it is located in a forest. And the SG team, that later arrives for reinforcement, wears olive drab uniforms.
Mitchell says that Airborne Training at Fort Benning is six weeks long, but it is really three weeks long.
When Carter is beamed off the surveillance van, her arm is resting on a machine at shoulder height. When she then beams down into the building, her arm is raised.
Teal'c says that Goa'uld have never cloaked a mothership, and doesn't make any exceptions. However, in the episode "The Serpent's Venom" Apophis was able to cloak a whole fleet of motherships.
Daniel said the two CEO's went missing about 6 months ago when they destroyed the Osiris ship. Then Teal'c is told by a member of the Jaffa that Baal has been on Earth since the battle of Dakara and General Landry says nine months but they destroyed the Osiris ship before the battle of Dakara so there is a discrepancy.
Why is Mitchell confused when Nerus changes his voice to that of a human (as opposed to the deep evil multi-voice that the Goauld usually speak in)? It has been established that they don't have to talk like that since the first episode of the series. When Kowalski was host to the symbiote in "Children of the Gods" there were times when it was obvious that Kowalski was not in control but it was his voice talking. The same is true when Carter was host to Jolinar and when Imhotep took K'tano as his host in "The Warrior". If Mitchell has read every SG-1 report as he claims then he should know that the Goauld don't have to talk like that.
Sam is wearing an SG-1 patch, but throughout this episode she isn't part of SG-1 yet.
The Stargate is roughly 64,000 pounds - the planet's liquid surface wouldn't hold it up. And yet it does.
When the Ori "ships" come out of the gate they are obviously small enough to fit through the gate, but as they assemble into the supergate and the cargo ship fills in the last spot, they are larger than the cargo ship which is too big to fit into a stargate.
Guest star Maury Chaykin (Nerus) (mis)pronounces the word 'Jaffa' as "Yaffa".
The red error message "NOT LOCKED" is still flashing on the computer screen behind Harriman when he's dialing the gate for SG-1. You can hear the dialing sequence and chevrons being locked but the error message from their previous attempt to dial the gate to the planet where the Ori Prior created the force field is still visible.
At the end of the previous episode, Teal'c comments to Mitchell that he should not mistake his presence for wanting to rejoin SG-1. However, without reason, Teal'c is on the SG-1 team in the next mission (this episode) which by usual standards is a relatively normal mission.
When General Landry is talking to SG-1 in the briefing room he puts his hands in his pockets. This is something an officer in the Air Force just doesn't do.
Trivia: This is the first time Teal'c is shown wearing a suit.
Trivia: This episode takes place approximately two months after General Landry took command of the SGC.
At the end of the episode with Jack O'Neill and Daniel Jackson, on General O'Neill's shoulder there are two stars. That would signify that he is a Major General, one rank above a Brigadier General.
When Walter dials the gate near the end of the episode, the dialing sequence on the screen changes into a completely different chevron sequence once chevron seven is locked.
The puzzle Mitchell solves contains a text in the language and alphabet of the Ancients, but modern (Arabic or Western) numbers. These numerals didn't get their present form until the thirteenth century, when they were introduced in Europe (which is a long time after the puzzle would have been made).
The height of the flames vary between the close up and the wide view. This is because it is done in two shots. The first is a close up on Claudia Black with the flames at a safe distance. It is done with a camera trick that makes it look that she is about to burn up. The second is of her stunt double being set ablaze.
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