Unlike most episodes of the series, this episode is based over the course of a single day.
This episode marks the first appearance of the Odyssey, a second BC-304 Daedalus class ship.
According to a screen in the briefing room of the Odyssey, the BC-304 series ships are in fact "Deep Space Carriers," rather than Battlecruisers like the Prometheus was.
This episode marks the first appearance of Colonel Paul Emmerson (Matthew Glave), the commander of the Odyssey.
Mitchell: Everyone's jonesin' for some space corn!
Walter: Sir, if you don't mind me asking...
General Landry: How did we plant the beacon on Nerus?
Walter: Yes, sir.
General Landry: It was a piece of cake.
Worrel: I no longer have any reason to keep you alive.
Daniel: No wait, I...I...I can think of a reason...
(Daniel is having difficulty concentrating)
Sam: We're more valuable alive.
Daniel: Yes! we're more valuable alive...Good one.
Worrel: In fact, if you tell me the location of the Stargate I'm prepared to release you.
Mitchell: Ooh, you are not! I can't...Can you believe he just said that?!
Walter: Shall I dial the coordinates he left, sir.
General Landry: No it’s probably a black hole or worse. If I’ve learned one thing in this command, it’s never trust a Goa’uld, particularly if his name is Nerus.
Walter: Yes, sir!
(Ba'al is pointing a staff weapon at Nerus)
Nerus: My old friend, you wound me deeply.
Ba'al: I’m capable of wounding you much more deeply.
Mitchell: We have got the best job in the world, don’t we?
Sam: I’m going to hit the shower.
Daniel: I’m going to find a doctor.
(Daniel and Sam leave)
Teal’c: We are indeed suitably employed.
(Teal'c also leaves)
Mitchell: (grins) Yeah, it was a good day…
When the SG-1 is on the planet held hostage and about to be shot they are sitting down, when they are beamed aboard the Odyssey they are all standing.
While held hostage on the planet, Carter is bleeding from her left cheek and lower lip. When they get beamed on to the Odyssey the blood is gone.