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Colonel/Brigadier General Jonathan J. "Jack" O'Neill
Captain/Major/ Lt. Colonel Samantha Carter
Major General George S. Hammond
Dr. Daniel Jackson
Younger Urgo Form (Uncredited)
Dr. Janet Fraiser
When SG-1 and Urgo are in Sam's lab, Urgo grunts just as Sam takes a sip of her tea. While it is meant to look like she accidentally spills tea on herself, you can clearly tell that she purposely pours the tea on herself.
Early part of the episode: Urgo is talking to SG1 and Fraiser and Hammond. O'Neill and Urgo are talking back and forth and O'Neill's guard keeps glancing over at Urgo, even though he supposedly can't see him. He also shifts around a lot and moves his head around all over the place.
In the beginning of the episode, the shot of the team entering and then exiting the stargate is a reuse from the episode "1969." This would not matter except for the fact that Dr. Jackson had much longer hair in that shot than he does in the rest of the episode.
When they showed Urgo's planet from the M.A.L.P. if you make the tape go slow you don't see the secret room that we saw when Carter did.
Sam: We should perform a standard recon mission. Mineral and biological survey to determine whether 884 is a viable site for a research colony.
Hammond: Very well. You have a go.
Jack: Mmm! Mineral survey. My favorite!
Jack: I know, General. It's all fun and games until someone breaks a nail.
(preparing to step through the gate)
Jack: Au revoir, mon general.
Teal'c: I am unfamiliar with that term, O'Neill.
Jack: Au revoir. It's French. It means ciao. Ciao means adios. Auf wiedersehen. Sayonara. Which all, very loosely translated, means... (the team steps through the gate, only to find themselves in the gateroom again) Jack: ...goodbye?
(Teal'c drinks a whole pitcher of coffee for no apparent reason.)
Jack: Isn't that hot?
Hammond: Doctor, are we entirely sure that the members of SG-1 are...what's the word?
Hammond: That's the one!
Urgo: No. No, that's not true. Oh. I'm pickin' your brains, you can pick my brains, I'll tell you anything you want to know. Ask me. Ask me anything. What? What?
Teal'c: Tell us how to remove you from our brains.
Urgo: Oh. (blows raspberry) Except that... (scoffs) duh.
(about to be turned off)
Urgo: Wait! I can be dull. Want me to be dull? (in a slightly monotone voice) What a nice shade of grey. How about some white bread with mayonnaise? Wanna watch golf on television?
Jack: Will you flip that switch?!
Sam: A strong enough EM pulse can knock out most electronic based technologies. It would be harmless to us but should render Urgo impotent.
Urgo: Could you, uh... rephrase that?
Urgo: I'm here to experience your world.
Daniel: So we've been tagged – like we do with animals in the wild when we want to study them.
Teal'c: We are not wild animals.
Urgo: Speak for yourself, big fella.
Urgo: Boring! By the way, who decorated this room? It is so plain. Please don't tell me your whole planet's like this. Not the whole planet! Hey, couldn't we go someplace else – that's not here? Someplace, y'know... that's not here? Um, kree! Anywhere. (whispers) Boring!
Urgo: Count me out. I don't want to do it. He's mean and boring and... and mean!
Jack: We're giving you a chance here. Him or death.
Urgo: No, I...
Jack: Death or him.
Urgo: Oh, dear.
Urgo: I'm thinking!
Urgo: They're gonna kill ya. They'll open your brains with a big giant can opener and then they scoop me out with a big scoopy thing. That's how it works. It's death or me, me or death, you've got to decide. (long pause) Well?
Jack: We're thinking.
(General Hammond talking about SG-1 to Dr. Fraiser)
Dr. Fraiser: Can we determine what threat they pose?
Jack: Apparently all desserts on the base are in grave danger.
Sam: All I'm saying is that your software doesn't know how your computer works.
Jack: My software doesn't make me sing Row, Row, Row Your Boat!
Urgo: Years from now, when you're thinking about me, you're going to say, 'Oooh, how did I ever get along without that wonderful, constant companion?' Woof.
O'Neill: "Years from now?!"
(talking about the planet)
Samantha: It looks just short of paradise.
Teal'c: Appearances often are deceiving.
Jack: One man's ceiling is another man's floor.
Daniel: A fool's paradise is a wise man's hell.
Jack: Uh...never run with...scissors?
Urgo: Say I didn't mean to!
Jack, Sam and Daniel: He didn't mean to!
Teal'c: That was not his intention!
Urgo: I wanna live, I wanna experience the universe, and I wanna eat pie.
Jack: Hey, who doesn't?
Jack: (describing Urgo) It's a machine!
Urgo: That hurts!
Urgo: When I called you a madman, I meant it in the nicest possible way...
(after Urgo leaves)
Director's cameo: Peter DeLuise plays a younger version of old Urgo - played by Peter's father Dom DeLuise.
Syndication airdate: February 26, 2001.
Urgo: I'm melting! I'm melting! What a world! What a world!
These are some of the famous last words of the Wicked Witch of the West, played by Margaret Hamilton in the 1939 film The Wizard of Oz.
(talking about Urgo) Jack: A famous tenor.
The famous tenor Jack refers to is Luciano Pavarotti.
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