SG-1 returns early from a mission only to realize that they and Gen. Landry aren't on the same page as far as the the mission they've just completed is concerned. The confusion is quickly resolved when the "real" SG-1 returns at the correct time. Dr. Lam examines them all and concludes that they are identical and thinks they might be clones. Sam however thinks they may have come from a parallel universe as the result of the black hole they created when they destroyed the Ori beachhead. As more SG-1 teams arrive from other alternate universes, one of them includes Dr. Fraiser and another includes the Tok'ra Martouf. It's left to Sam and Martouf to find a way to send them all home.
Did You Know?
Commonly thought of a plot hole, but evidence shows this is not the case.
In Stargate SG-1: Point of View
(1999), when duplicates of Samantha Carter and Charles Kawalsky arrive through the Quantum Mirror, it was stated that alternate Samantha was suffering from "Entropic Cascade failure on the cellular level" as a result of both Samantha Carters co-existing in the same reality. This was explained as being a side-effect of travel through the Quantum Mirror.
In this story, there was no travel through the Quantum Mirror, but the cause of the confluence of realities was explained as... "... a supernova or Gamma Ray burst discharging at the exact millisecond that wormhole passed through that singularity...". In the Stargate story-line, this is the reason all 16 stranded SG-1 teams were able to co-exist with each other and with the original team of this reality. See more
It should have been immediately noticed that the first SG-1 team coming home through the gate had black uniforms instead of the normal green ones, and that something was definitely amiss. See more
We've had teams gate in from locations on the other side of that black hole in our universe. Why weren't they affected?
I have one more stupid question.
[Landry turns around
Sorry, yours was fine. Mine is stupid.
Written by Joel Goldsmith See more