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Stargate SG-1: 48 Hours

After a near deadly pursuit by gliders and the well aimed destruction of one vessel, the SG-1 team just manage to leap safely through the Stargate. However a glider crashes on the Stargate just as Teal'c is going through, resulting in his energy being trapped in the Stargate. Just how can Stargate Command bring Teal'c through the Stargate?

Episode Info  

Episode number: 5x14
Production Number: 514
Airdate: Friday March 15th, 2002

Alternate Airdates:

Ireland Dec 05, 2001
UK (sky 1) Dec 05, 2001 (Premiere!)
Canada May 11, 2002
FR (M6) May 17, 2002
DE (RTL 2) Jul 17, 2002
Australia Jul 18, 2002
CZ (nova) Jun 06, 2003

Guest Stars
Bill MarchantBill Marchant
As Adrian Conrad Goa'uld
Colin CunninghamColin Cunningham
As Major Paul Davis
David HewlettDavid Hewlett
As Dr. Rodney McKay
Gary ChalkGary Chalk
As Russian Colonel
Gary Jones (1)Gary Jones (1)
As Sgt. Walter Harriman
John de LancieJohn de Lancie
As Col. Frank Simmons
Tom McBeathTom McBeath
As Colonel Harry Maybourne

Co-Guest Stars
Dan SheaDan Shea
As Sgt. Siler
Tracy WesterholmTracy Westerholm
Jeff SeymourJeff Seymour
As Mr. Black
Ken PhelanKen Phelan
As Food Server
Martin BlatzMartin Blatz
As NID Guard
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 Notes
This episode is also know as “Teal’c, Interrupted.”

Advanced Stargate Lessons by Carter:
The Stargate turns matter into energy, and then transmits it through a subspace wormhole. The gate on the receiving end is what translates the energy signature and re-converts it back into the matter’s original form. The Stargate has massive amounts of memory inside it. It’s like a computer buffer; it temporally stores the energy patterns, before it re-converts them back into matter. Now, it does this to make sure that it has all the information before it reassembles the object.

This episode marks the first appearance of Dr. Rodney McKay (David Hewlett) on the series. He would later become a regular character on the spin-off series Stargate Atlantis.

This episode marks the death of Tanith (Peter Wingfield).

Episode Quotes
(Carter and Siler are in the gate room getting prepared)
O’Neill: (talking to Carter) Hey, are you sure you want to be in there for this?
Siler: Not really sir.
O’Neill: I wasn’t talking to you.

Other Episode Crew

DeveloperBrad Wright  |  Jonathan Glassner
Executive ProducerMichael Greenburg (1)  |  Brad Wright  |  Richard Dean Anderson
Supervising ProducerPaul Mullie  |  Joseph Mallozzi
CastingMary Jo Slater
OtherDavid Arnold (Theme)
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