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When the team arrive at an alien museum and are mistaken for rebels, they are forced to stage a bogus hostage situation to buy enough time to escape from the museum and the army gathering outside. However, an overeager security guard takes matters into his own hands, complicating matters.
Vala: I think I have it. Maybe.
Vala: There's a 70% chance that if we dial manually, we'll be able to establish a connection, and a 50% chance the bomb will just go off.
Mitchell: That's 120%.
Vala: Well there's some crossover where we establish a wormhole and it blows up.
Mitchell: Jackson, did you catch any of that.
Daniel: Yeah, 100% chance we should have brought someone who knows what they're doing.
Vala: Look at that.
Cameron: Is that what I think it is?
Vala: No, it s a Goa’uld Naquadah bomb.
Cameron: For the record, that’s what I thought it was.
Vala: Yes, I’m sure you did.
Daniel: What the hell are you doing?! Stop it!
Hesellven: She started it.
Sylvana: Oh. I think you started it when you kissed Harron.
Daniel: Shut up. Shut up. You're hostages! This is like a, a life-and-death situation here. Start acting like it.
Sylvana: Oh, please. You're not rebels. We're not deaf, you know, everyone in this room knows it.
Daniel: That doesn't matter. You're hostages, we're... we're your captors. We're heavily armed. There's uh... there's rules, there's a whole school of etiquette to this. (pause) Don't eyeball me.
The plot of the episode follows closely the plot of the first Die Hard movie, especially the security guard in the building hiding from the "terrorists" while he keeps in communication with the negotiators.