Stargate SG-1 - Synopsis
"Stargate SG-1" is a science fiction television series that first aired in 1997 and concluded in 2007. The show is a continuation of the 1994 film "Stargate" and became one of the longest-running science fiction series in television history. The premise of "Stargate SG-1" revolves around the discovery and use of a device known as the Stargate, an ancient ring-shaped portal that enables instant transportation to other planets across the universe.
The story begins approximately one year after the events of the original film. The Stargate, thought to be a unique artifact, is stored in a top-secret United States Air Force military facility. The discovery that the Stargate can connect to other stargates scattered across the galaxy reignites the program. The primary team, SG-1, includes Colonel Jack O'Neill (played by Richard Dean Anderson), an Air Force officer who leads the team with a mix of humor and grit; Captain Samantha Carter (played by Amanda Tapping), an astrophysicist and Air Force officer with expertise in the Stargate's technology; Dr. Daniel Jackson (played by Michael Shanks), an archaeologist and linguist who played a key role in the original film's Stargate mission; and Teal'c (played by Christopher Judge), a Jaffa warrior who defects from serving the show's primary antagonists, the Goa'uld.
The Goa'uld, parasitic beings that take human hosts and pose as gods from ancient Earth mythologies, serve as the main antagonists for much of the series. They use the Stargate network to conquer and enslave planets across the galaxy. The SG-1 team's missions often involve combatting Goa'uld threats, exploring new worlds, and forging alliances with other civilizations. One of the most notable Goa'uld adversaries is Apophis, who becomes a personal enemy of the SG-1 team.
As the series progresses, it expands its mythology and introduces new threats and allies, such as the Replicators, self-replicating machines that consume everything in their path, and the Ancients, an advanced race that built the Stargates. The series also delves into the political and ethical implications of the Stargate program and its impact on both Earth and the broader galaxy.
"Stargate SG-1" is known for its blend of science fiction, adventure, and humor. The show explores various themes, including the power and responsibility that come with advanced technology, the value of diplomacy and understanding in intercultural interactions, and the struggle against tyranny and oppression. The team's dynamic and the chemistry among the main characters are central to the show's appeal.
Throughout its run, "Stargate SG-1" spawned a dedicated fan base and was critically acclaimed for its storytelling, special effects, and character development. The show's success led to the creation of spin-offs, including "Stargate Atlantis" and "Stargate Universe," as well as several television films, further expanding the Stargate franchise and its universe.
Stargate SG-1 Show Details
Total number of seasons: 10
Total number of episodes: 214
Date first episode aired: 27 July 1997
Date final episode aired: 13 March 2007
Show status: Ended
Stargate: SG-1 Main Cast
Richard Dean Anderson as Colonel Jack O'Neill
Michael Shanks as Dr. Daniel Jackson
as Major Samantha Carter Amanda Tapping
Christopher Judge as Teal'c
Don S. Davis as Major General George Hammond
Gary Jones as Sgt. Walter Harriman
Peter Kufluk as TSgt. Connor
Teryl Rothery as Dr. Janet Fraiser
Dan Shea as Sgt. Siler
Ben Browder as Lt. Colonel Cameron Mitchell
Beau Bridges as Major General Hank Landry Stargate: SG-1 Season 1 Episodes
Children of the Gods - The discovery of a second Stargate on Earth leads to the formation of SG-1, who encounter the Goa'uld Apophis and his human captives.
The Enemy Within - A Goa'uld larva infests a member of the SGC, and the team grapples with the decision of how to save their friend.
Emancipation - On a planet with oppressive customs against women, Carter fights for the rights of a young woman set to be forcibly married.
The Broca Divide - The team encounters a planet divided between a technologically advanced race and primitive humans, with a mysterious illness affecting both.
The First Commandment - SG-1 must stop a rogue SG team leader who has set himself up as a god on a primitive planet.
Cold Lazarus - O'Neill is duplicated by an alien crystal entity, leading to an emotional journey involving his past.
The Nox - The team meets the Nox, an advanced and pacifist race, while attempting to capture a powerful creature.
Brief Candle - The team visits a planet where the inhabitants age rapidly, and O'Neill becomes infected with the same rapid aging.
Thor's Hammer - On Cimmeria, SG-1 encounters a trap for the Goa'uld that also ensnares Teal'c, and they must find a way to free him.
The Torment of Tantalus - The discovery of an old film reel leads SG-1 to rescue a scientist trapped since the 1940s in a decaying alien facility.
Bloodlines - Teal'c returns to Chulak to save his son Rya'c, who is in danger of undergoing the same symbiote implantation he endured.
Fire and Water - Daniel is presumed dead after an encounter with an aquatic alien, but the team suspects he may still be alive.
Hathor - The Goa'uld Hathor uses her powers to control the male members of the SGC, and it's up to the women to stop her.
Singularity - The team races to save a planet from a black hole and discovers a lone survivor, a young girl with a dark secret.
Cor-Ai - Teal'c is put on trial for past crimes as a Goa'uld enforcer by the inhabitants of a planet he once oppressed.
Enigma - The team rescues a group of advanced refugees, the Tollan, who struggle to adapt to Earth and its less advanced culture.
Solitudes - After a Stargate malfunction, O'Neill and Carter find themselves stranded in an icy crevasse, presumed to be Antarctica.
Tin Man - The team meets an alien who duplicates them, raising questions about identity and consciousness.
There But for the Grace of God - Daniel is transported to an alternate reality where Earth is under attack by the Goa'uld.
Politics - A government bureaucrat arrives at the SGC to shut the program down, prompting a review of SG-1's missions.
Within the Serpent's Grasp - The team disobeys orders to embark on a mission to stop Apophis' invasion of Earth, leading to a cliffhanger finale. Stargate: SG-1 Season 2 Episodes
The Serpent's Lair - Continuing from the season one finale, SG-1 thwarts Apophis' attack on Earth but are captured on Chulak.
In the Line of Duty - Carter becomes the unwilling host to a Tok'ra, a rebel Goa'uld, during a mission to save a besieged planet.
Prisoners - After helping a man escape his planet, SG-1 finds themselves sentenced to life imprisonment on an alien world.
The Gamekeeper - The team becomes trapped in a virtual reality controlled by a sadistic keeper, reliving painful moments in their lives.
Need - Daniel becomes addicted to a Goa'uld device that provides great power but at a high cost, while on a mission to a planet with a Naquadah mine.
Thor's Chariot - SG-1 returns to Cimmeria and must help the locals defend against a Goa'uld invasion, leading to an encounter with the Asgard.
Message in a Bottle - An alien orb brought back to Earth starts to take over the SGC and threatens the base with a deadly virus.
Family - Teal'c's son Rya'c is brainwashed by Apophis, and SG-1 ventures to Chulak to save him and face his former master.
Secrets - On Abydos, Daniel discovers his wife is pregnant with Apophis' child, while Carter's father is introduced to the Stargate program.
Bane - Teal'c is infected with a virus from a giant insect and undergoes a terrifying transformation.
The Tok'ra, Part 1 - Carter's father is dying, leading SG-1 to consider an alliance with the Tok'ra, who may be able to save him.
The Tok'ra, Part 2 - The alliance with the Tok'ra becomes strained, and the team faces difficult decisions regarding Carter's father.
Spirits - SG-1 discovers a world where Native American-like people can summon spirits, who are actually advanced aliens protecting them.
Touchstone - The team investigates the theft of a weather-controlling device from an alien planet, leading them to a rogue NID operation on Earth.
The Fifth Race - After an encounter with an alien device, O'Neill gains vast knowledge but also faces a deadly side effect.
A Matter of Time - SG-10 is stranded on a planet being pulled into a black hole, and the SGC must prevent the Earth from suffering the same fate.
Holiday - An alien inventor swaps bodies with Daniel, leaving him trapped in a dying form while the alien enjoys life in Daniel's body.
Serpent's Song - SG-1 captures a dying Apophis, but his presence at the SGC attracts an attack from his enemies.
One False Step - A misstep on a seemingly uninhabited planet causes a disease that threatens a newly discovered indigenous population.
Show and Tell - A young boy arrives at the SGC claiming to be the son of a rebel Goa'uld and warns of an imminent attack.
1969 - A solar flare sends SG-1 back in time to 1969, where they must find a way back to their own time.
Out of Mind - In the season finale, O'Neill, Carter, and Daniel awaken in a future where they are the only survivors of the SGC. Stargate: SG-1 Season 3 Episodes
Into the Fire - The team mounts a rescue mission for O'Neill and finds themselves battling Hathor, who has taken control of the SGC.
Seth - SG-1 hunts for a Goa'uld, Seth, who has been hiding on Earth for thousands of years.
Fair Game - The Asgard help Earth negotiate with the Goa'uld System Lords to prevent an attack, leading to a tense diplomatic encounter.
Legacy - The team is exposed to an alien device that induces terrifying hallucinations, leading to an unexpected threat within the SGC.
Learning Curve - On a planet with advanced education methods, O'Neill discovers a disturbing practice and faces a moral dilemma.
Point of View - An alternate reality version of Carter and Kawalsky come through the quantum mirror, showing a world where Earth is under Goa'uld attack.
Deadman Switch - SG-1 is captured by a bounty hunter who offers them in exchange for his freedom from the Goa'uld.
Demons - The team encounters a medieval society terrorized by a Goa'uld posing as a demon, leading to a clash of cultures and beliefs.
Rules of Engagement - SG-1 discovers a group of soldiers trained to mimic and fight them, revealing a deeper plot by Apophis.
Forever in a Day - Daniel's wife, Sha're, is found, but a tragic turn leads to a pivotal moment for Daniel and Teal'c.
Past and Present - On a planet with a collective amnesia, the team helps uncover the truth behind the memory loss and a controversial figure from their past.
Jolinar's Memories - Carter must access her memories from the Tok'ra Jolinar to rescue her father and O'Neill from a hellish prison moon.
The Devil You Know - Trapped in Sokar's prison, the team faces psychological torture and must outwit a familiar enemy to escape.
Foothold - Aliens take over the SGC using technology to impersonate key personnel, and it's up to Carter to stop them.
Pretense - SG-1 fights for Skaara's freedom on the Tollan homeworld, where he is being controlled by a Goa'uld.
Urgo - The team is implanted with a device that manifests as a person only they can see, leading to both humorous and challenging situations.
A Hundred Days - O'Neill is stranded on a planet for a hundred days after the Stargate is buried during a meteor shower.
Shades of Grey - O'Neill appears to leave the SGC under a cloud of disgrace, but there is a secret plan at work involving rogue NID operations.
New Ground - SG-1 sparks a conflict between two cultures on a planet with differing beliefs about the origin of life and the Stargate.
Maternal Instinct - Daniel seeks a powerful and ancient being known as Oma Desala to find the Harcesis child, a repository of Goa'uld knowledge.
Crystal Skull - Daniel disappears after encountering an alien artifact, leading to a journey to a dimension inhabited by giant aliens.
Nemesis - In the season finale, O'Neill is transported onto an Asgard ship facing a dire threat from the Replicators, a swarm of self-replicating machines. Stargate: SG-1 Season 4 Episodes
Small Victories - After the Replicators invade Earth, SG-1 and the Asgard work together to find a way to defeat them.
The Other Side - The team assists a planet under attack, but they discover disturbing secrets about their new allies.
Upgrades - SG-1 is given powerful alien armbands that enhance their abilities, but they come with unforeseen consequences.
Crossroads - Teal'c's old love interest brings news of a possible alliance with a Goa'uld defector, testing his loyalties.
Divide and Conquer - The team must uncover a Goa'uld spy within the SGC using alien lie-detection technology.
Window of Opportunity - O'Neill and Teal'c find themselves stuck in a time loop, reliving the same day repeatedly.
Watergate - The discovery of a Russian Stargate program leads to a mission to a water planet with a deadly secret.
The First Ones - Daniel is captured by an Unas, the original hosts of the Goa'uld, on an archaeological dig.
Scorched Earth - SG-1 faces an ethical dilemma when a terraforming ship threatens the lives of a colony they helped to relocate.
Beneath the Surface - The team loses their memories and finds themselves working as laborers on an alien world with no knowledge of their true identities.
Point of No Return - O'Neill meets a man who claims to have knowledge about a conspiracy involving aliens and the government.
Tangent - An experimental spacecraft malfunction strands O'Neill and Teal'c in space, with limited life support.
The Curse - After the death of his mentor, Daniel uncovers a deadly ancient Egyptian artifact that poses a threat to Earth.
The Serpent's Venom - SG-1 undertakes a risky plan to intercept a meeting between two powerful Goa'uld enemies.
Chain Reaction - O'Neill must come out of retirement to rescue General Hammond, who has been forced to resign from the SGC.
2010 - In a future where Earth is at peace thanks to an alien alliance, SG-1 discovers a sinister truth behind the seemingly benevolent pact.
Absolute Power - Daniel is given the Harcesis child's knowledge, leading to a vision of a future where he becomes a ruthless dictator.
The Light - The team investigates a Goa'uld pleasure palace where a mysterious light source leads to addiction and madness.
Prodigy - Carter mentors a brilliant cadet who discovers a dangerous anomaly during an off-world training exercise.
Entity - An alien entity invades the SGC's computer systems, posing a lethal threat to the base.
Double Jeopardy - SG-1 encounters robotic duplicates of themselves on a mission to destroy a Goa'uld stronghold.
Exodus - The season ends with SG-1 helping to relocate the Tok'ra, leading to a dangerous plan involving a sun and a Goa'uld fleet. Stargate: SG-1 Season 5 Episodes
Enemies - Stranded in another galaxy, SG-1 and Jacob Carter must contend with an old enemy to find their way home.
Threshold - After his experiences being brainwashed, Teal'c must undergo a Jaffa ritual to reclaim his true self.
Ascension - Carter is protected by an invisible presence, later revealed to be an ascended being with a deep connection to her.
The Fifth Man - During an off-world mission, O'Neill and the team are assisted by a mysterious ally whose true nature is unknown.
Red Sky - A miscalculation by SG-1 causes a potentially catastrophic ecological disaster on a newly visited planet.
Rite of Passage - Cassandra falls ill with a mysterious condition linked to her home planet, prompting SG-1 to seek a cure.
Beast of Burden - O'Neill and the team attempt to rescue an Unas being used as a slave, leading to complex moral questions.
The Tomb - SG-1 teams up with Russian soldiers to explore an ancient ziggurat, but they become trapped with a dangerous creature.
Between Two Fires - The Tollan offer advanced weapons to Earth, but SG-1 suspects they are hiding a dangerous secret.
2001 - SG-1 encounters the Aschen, a seemingly benevolent race, but a discovery reveals a sinister plot against humanity.
Desperate Measures - Carter is kidnapped by a billionaire who wants to use Goa'uld technology to cure his illness.
Wormhole X-Treme! - A television show bears a suspicious resemblance to the Stargate program, leading to an investigation by SG-1.
Proving Ground - O'Neill supervises the training of young cadets, but a simulated exercise takes an unexpected turn.
48 Hours - Teal'c becomes trapped in the Stargate network, and SG-1 has 48 hours to save him before the gate is shut down permanently.
Summit - Daniel goes undercover at a Goa'uld summit meeting to gather intelligence on a new threat.
Last Stand - Daniel's mission at the Goa'uld summit becomes increasingly dangerous, with the team's rescue attempt being their only hope.
Fail Safe - SG-1 must divert an asteroid on a collision course with Earth, but the mission holds unexpected challenges.
The Warrior - SG-1 supports a charismatic Jaffa leader in his quest to unite his people against the Goa'uld.
Menace - The team discovers an android in stasis, whose activation leads to dire consequences involving the Replicators.
The Sentinel - SG-1 must repair an alien device, the Sentinel, to protect a planet from the Goa'uld.
Meridian - A tragic event leads Daniel to a life-altering decision, impacting the entire team deeply.
Revelations - The team embarks on a mission to rescue an Asgard scientist from the Goa'uld, leading to unexpected discoveries. Stargate: SG-1 Season 6 Episodes
Redemption, Part 1 - SG-1 races against time to save Earth from an attack by Anubis using the Stargate as a weapon.
Redemption, Part 2 - The team embarks on a mission to another planet to stop Anubis's attack on Earth.
Descent - SG-1 investigates an abandoned Goa'uld mothership that has crashed into the ocean on Earth.
Frozen - The team discovers a woman in stasis in Antarctica, leading to a medical emergency and surprising revelations.
Nightwalkers - SG-1 uncovers a small town where the inhabitants are being controlled by Goa'uld symbiotes during the night.
Abyss - O'Neill is captured and tortured by Ba'al, and encounters Daniel Jackson, who has ascended to a higher plane of existence.
Shadow Play - On a planet on the brink of civil war, Daniel tries to help his old friend who is suffering from delusions.
The Other Guys - Two bumbling scientists try to rescue SG-1, who are on an undercover mission and don't actually need rescuing.
Allegiance - The Tok'ra and Jaffa at the SGC's Alpha site must work together when they are attacked by an unseen enemy.
Cure - On a planet with a miraculous cure for all illnesses, SG-1 discovers a dark secret about the origin of the medicine.
Prometheus - A reporter uncovers the existence of the X-303, Earth's first spaceship, leading to a hostage situation.
Unnatural Selection - SG-1 travels to a distant galaxy to confront the Replicators, only to find a civilization of advanced human-form Replicators.
Sight Unseen - An ancient artifact causes people to see terrifying creatures, leading to panic and chaos.
Smoke and Mirrors - O'Neill is accused of attempting to assassinate the President, and the team works to clear his name.
Paradise Lost - O'Neill and Maybourne are stranded on a planet with a paradise-like environment that hides a dangerous secret.
Metamorphosis - The team encounters a Goa'uld who experiments on humans to create advanced humans, affecting some team members.
Disclosure - The Stargate program is revealed to representatives from major world powers, leading to political tensions.
Forsaken - SG-1 discovers a group of humans who claim to be survivors of an attack, but their story hides a darker truth.
The Changeling - Teal'c experiences a dream-like state where he lives an alternate life as a human firefighter.
Memento - The X-303 spaceship becomes stranded in space, and SG-1 must negotiate with a less advanced planet for help.
Prophecy - Jonas Quinn experiences visions of the future, leading to a race to avert a catastrophe.
Full Circle - Daniel Jackson returns to warn of Anubis's plan to attack Abydos, leading to a dramatic confrontation. Stargate: SG-1 Season 7 Episodes
Fallen - Daniel Jackson returns without his memories, and SG-1 discovers a lost city of the Ancients.
Homecoming - SG-1 and Daniel Jackson must help the people of Kelowna face an imminent attack by Anubis.
Fragile Balance - A young clone of O'Neill appears at the SGC, leading to a mission to confront a rogue Asgard scientist.
Orpheus - Teal'c and Bra'tac attempt to rescue Teal'c's son and other Jaffa prisoners from a Goa'uld slave camp.
Revisions - The team discovers a society living in a dome on a polluted planet, but the dome's AI has a dark secret.
Lifeboat - SG-1 rescues the passengers of a crashed spaceship, but their consciousnesses take over Daniel's body.
Enemy Mine - SG-1 must negotiate with a group of Unas to allow mining on their planet, leading to conflict and understanding.
Space Race - Carter participates in an alien race to help a friend win a crucial technology contract.
Avenger 2.0 - Dr. Felger creates a virus that disables Stargates, but it quickly goes out of control, affecting the entire network.
Birthright - SG-1 encounters a group of female Jaffa warriors and helps them in their fight against the Goa'uld.
Evolution, Part 1 - Daniel and Dr. Lee go to Honduras to find an artifact, while O'Neill and Carter deal with a new super-soldier created by Anubis.
Evolution, Part 2 - Daniel is captured by a local warlord, and SG-1 plans a rescue mission while facing the threat of Anubis's super-soldiers.
Grace - After an attack, Carter finds herself alone on the Prometheus and experiences strange hallucinations.
Fallen Idols - SG-1 investigates the disappearance of SG teams, leading them to a museum with life-like statues.
Chimera - Daniel's new girlfriend has a connection to Osiris, and the team discovers a threat closer to home.
Death Knell - After an attack on the Alpha Site, Carter is pursued by an Anubis super-soldier through the wilderness.
Heroes, Part 1 - A documentary filmmaker arrives at the SGC to record the operations, but a routine mission turns deadly.
Heroes, Part 2 - The consequences of the mission are felt at the SGC, and the team deals with loss and sacrifice.
Resurrection - SG-1 discovers a secret NID lab with a human-Goa'uld hybrid and a dangerous experiment gone awry.
Inauguration - A new president is briefed on the Stargate program, leading to political maneuvering and power plays.
Lost City, Part 1 - SG-1 races to find the Lost City of the Ancients to gain technology to defend against Anubis.
Lost City, Part 2 - The search for the Lost City continues, culminating in a battle against Anubis's forces and a critical decision for O'Neill. Stargate: SG-1 Season 8 Episodes
New Order, Part 1 - SG-1 seeks the help of the Asgard to save O'Neill, who has the knowledge of the Ancients in his mind.
New Order, Part 2 - The team continues their battle against the Replicators and the Goa'uld, with major changes for the SGC.
Lockdown - The SGC faces a lockdown when a mysterious entity that can jump between bodies poses a threat to the base.
Zero Hour - General O'Neill faces challenges as the new head of the SGC, including the kidnapping of SG-1 by Ba'al.
Icon - Daniel gets trapped on a planet undergoing a political and military crisis due to the Stargate's influence.
Avatar - Teal'c becomes trapped in a virtual reality training program that becomes dangerously real.
Affinity - Teal'c faces challenges adapting to life outside the SGC, leading to unexpected complications.
Covenant - A businessman threatens to reveal the existence of aliens unless he's given access to alien technology.
Sacrifices - Teal'c's son Rya'c is set to marry, but the wedding is disrupted by a Jaffa rebellion against the Goa'uld.
Endgame - The Stargate is stolen, and SG-1 discovers a plot by the Trust to use it to attack the Goa'uld with a deadly pathogen.
Gemini - A duplicate of Carter created by the Replicators seeks help from SG-1, leading to a moral dilemma.
Prometheus Unbound - General Hammond and Daniel Jackson are hijacked aboard the Prometheus by a mysterious thief.
It's Good to Be King - SG-1 visits a planet where Maybourne has become a king, and they uncover a time travel device.
Full Alert - The team deals with the political fallout when the Trust's actions lead to international tensions on Earth.
Citizen Joe - A barber has been seeing visions of SG-1's missions through a mysterious Ancient stone.
Reckoning, Part 1 - The Replicators begin a full-scale invasion, and SG-1 encounters an unexpected ally in their fight.
Reckoning, Part 2 - The battle against the Replicators reaches a climax, and the team must make a risky decision to stop them.
Threads - Daniel faces a personal dilemma in an ascended plane, while O'Neill and Carter confront their feelings.
Moebius, Part 1 - SG-1 travels back in time to ancient Egypt to retrieve a vital piece of technology.
Moebius, Part 2 - The team's actions in the past lead to an altered present, where the Stargate program never existed. Stargate: SG-1 Season 9 Episodes
Avalon, Part 1 - Lt. Colonel Cameron Mitchell joins SG-1 and, along with Daniel Jackson, discovers a new threat from an ancient race known as the Ori.
Avalon, Part 2 - The quest for the treasures of Avalon continues, leading to a revelation about the true nature of the Ori.
Origin - Daniel and Vala have their consciousnesses transported to a distant galaxy by the Ori, witnessing their powerful influence firsthand.
The Ties That Bind - The team attempts to break the link between Daniel and Vala, leading to encounters with various alien races and situations.
The Powers That Be - The team visits a planet under the control of the Ori, where Vala faces her past misdeeds.
Beachhead - SG-1 tries to stop the Ori from establishing a beachhead in the Milky Way, necessary for their invasion.
Ex Deus Machina - SG-1 deals with the Trust and a plot involving Ba'al, who is hiding on Earth.
Babylon - Mitchell is captured by a group of Jaffa warriors and must prove himself in battle to survive.
Prototype - The team discovers a human-form Replicator created by Anubis, raising complex ethical issues.
The Fourth Horseman, Part 1 - A deadly plague linked to the Ori threatens Earth, and SG-1 races to find a cure.
The Fourth Horseman, Part 2 - The team continues their efforts to find a cure for the Ori plague and confronts Gerak, a Jaffa leader converted by the Ori.
Collateral Damage - Mitchell is accused of murder on an alien planet and must undergo a memory probe to prove his innocence.
Ripple Effect - The SGC is visited by multiple SG-1 teams from alternate realities, leading to chaos and confusion.
Stronghold - The team attempts to rescue Bra'tac and prevent a Jaffa civil war instigated by Ba'al.
Ethon - The team faces a moral dilemma involving the use of a powerful satellite weapon by the Rand Protectorate.
Off the Grid - SG-1 investigates a rogue operation involving stolen Stargate technology and the Lucian Alliance.
The Scourge - The team and a group of international diplomats are trapped on a planet infested by a deadly insect-like creature.
Arthur's Mantle - Mitchell and Carter are accidentally shifted to another dimension, uncovering more information about the Ancients and Merlin.
Crusade - Vala communicates with the SGC using an Ancient communication device, revealing information about the Ori's plans.
Camelot - In the season finale, SG-1 races to find the Sangraal before the Ori can complete their invasion of the Milky Way. Stargate: SG-1 Season 10 Episodes
Flesh and Blood - In the aftermath of the battle at the Supergate, SG-1 deals with the consequences and the ongoing threat from the Ori.
Morpheus - SG-1 investigates a sleeping sickness on a planet, leading to a discovery about the Prior plague.
The Pegasus Project - SG-1 teams up with the Atlantis expedition to find a way to stop the Ori's Supergate.
Insiders - Multiple Ba'als approach Earth seeking help against the Ori, leading to questions about their true motives.
Uninvited - SG-1 and General Landry deal with creatures from another dimension appearing on Earth.
200 - A humorous and metafictional episode where SG-1 assists in the production of a TV show based on their adventures.
Counterstrike - The Jaffa use a powerful Ancient weapon against the Ori, leading to moral dilemmas about the cost of victory.
Memento Mori - Vala loses her memory and leads a normal life until SG-1 finds her and brings her back.
Company of Thieves - Mitchell is captured by the Lucian Alliance and must escape before his true identity is discovered.
The Quest, Part 1 - SG-1 embarks on a quest to find the Sangraal, a mythical weapon that could defeat the Ori.
The Quest, Part 2 - The search for the Sangraal continues, leading to challenges and revelations about Merlin.
Line in the Sand - Carter uses Merlin's technology to hide a village from the Ori, but things don't go as planned.
The Road Not Taken - Carter is shifted to an alternate reality and must find her way back while dealing with a dystopian Earth.
The Shroud - Daniel, now a Prior, proposes a risky plan to stop the Ori, leading to questions about his loyalty.
Bounty - Mitchell's high school reunion is interrupted by an alien bounty hunter targeting SG-1.
Bad Guys - SG-1 is mistaken for rebels while exploring an alien museum, leading to a hostage situation.
Talion - After a brutal attack, Teal'c seeks revenge and justice against a Jaffa leader allied with the Ori.
Family Ties - Vala's father visits the SGC, bringing trouble and revealing a plan to profit from the fight against the Ori.
Dominion - The team captures Adria, the Ori leader, but they face a new threat from Ba'al and his clones.
Unending - In the series finale, SG-1 is trapped aboard the Odyssey, frozen in time, leading to personal reflections and a final stand against the Ori. Stargate: SG-1 Merchandise
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