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SG-1 goes to a planet, and one of the planet's inhabitants recognizes Teal'c as the man that killed his father. Teal'c is put on trial and the rest of SG-1 tries to save his life.

Episode Info
Episode number: 1x16
Production Number: 115
Airdate: Friday January 23rd, 1998

Director: Mario Azzopardi
Writer: Tom J. Astle

Alternate Airdates:

Canada Feb 19, 1998
Australia Apr 30, 1998
FR (M6) Jun 12, 1998
New Zealand Jul 03, 1998
UK (sky 1) Jul 15, 1998
Ireland Jul 15, 1998
DE (RTL 2) Apr 14, 1999
CZ (nova) May 19, 2000

Guest Stars
David McNallyDavid McNally
As Hanno
Kirby MorrowKirby Morrow
As Militia Man
Michasha ArmstrongMichasha Armstrong
As Shak'l
Peter Williams (1)Peter Williams (1)
As Apophis
Christina JastrzembskaChristina Jastrzembska
As Council Member
Devon FinnDevon Finn
As Young Hanno
Tabitha St. GermainTabitha St. Germain
As Byrsa Woman
Main Cast
Richard Dean AndersonRichard Dean Anderson
As Colonel/Brigadier General Jack O'Neill
Michael ShanksMichael Shanks
As Dr. Daniel Jackson
Amanda TappingAmanda Tapping
As Captain/Major/Lt. Colonel Samantha Carter
Don S. DavisDon S. Davis
As Major General George S. Hammond
Episode Quotes
Jack: (After Daniel suggests that the population are returning from a religious ceremony) Why does it always have to be a religious thing with you? Maybe they're coming from a Swap-Meet.

(When asking General Hammond for troops to help Teal'c to escape the death penalty of the Cor-Ai)
General: Colonel, the United States is not in the business of interfering in other peoples’ affairs!
Jack: Since when, Sir?

Other Episode Crew

DeveloperBrad Wright  |  Jonathan Glassner
Executive ProducerMichael Greenburg (1)  |  Jonathan Glassner  |  Brad Wright  |  Richard Dean Anderson
CastingMary Jo Slater  |  Paul Weber
MusicJoel Goldsmith
OtherDavid Arnold (Theme)
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