Stargate SG-1 (1997–2007)
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Martin Lloyd seeks out SG-1 for assistance when his failed TV show based on the real Stargate program becomes a feature film.

Director:

Martin Wood

Writers:

Brad Wright (developed for television by), Jonathan Glassner (developed for television by) | 7 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Ben Browder ... Lt. Colonel Cameron Mitchell
Amanda Tapping ... Lt. Col. Samantha Carter
Christopher Judge ... Teal'c
Claudia Black ... Vala Mal Doran
Beau Bridges ... Major General Hank Landry / The Wizard of Oz
Michael Shanks ... Dr. Daniel Jackson / The Cowardly Lion / John Crichton
Richard Dean Anderson ... Major General Jack O'Neill / Colonel Jack O'Neill
Willie Garson ... Martin Lloyd
Don S. Davis ... Lieutenant General George Hammond (voice)
Peter DeLuise ... Wormhole X-Treme Replacement Actor
Isaac Hayes ... Teal'c PI Announcer (voice)
Gary Jones ... Chief Mst Sgt. Walter Harriman
Jill Teed ... Yolanda Reese / Stacy Monroe
Christian Bocher ... Raymond Gunne / Dr. Levant
Herbert Duncanson Herbert Duncanson ... Douglas Anders / Grell
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Storyline

On General Jack O'Neil's personal recommendation, his -unwilling- former SG-1 mates are ordered to advise Hollywood production executive Martin 'Marty' Lloyd on a 'slightly ridiculous' version of the Stargate operations. The brainstorming proves rather unsatisfactory for both sides, despite repeated recourse to personal -often self-flattering- imagination and various real experiences, so the team members are relieved when General Landry calls them, as promised, for a mission, but just then the Gate breaks down temporarily. Marty also gets discomforting phone calls, and even more preposterous alternatives are considered, 'til an apparent "deus ex machina" appears... Written by KGF Vissers

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USA | Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

18 August 2006 (USA) See more »

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Dolby Digital (Dolby 5.1)

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16 : 9
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Trivia

The series has four different opening credits sequences. The first is the original non-clip version, which was used for the premiere and Showtime airings of the show. It was based on the Stargate (1994) movie opening credits, panning around a statue of Ra. The second opening credits sequence/set was the one used for syndicated airings. It includes clips from the series. The third opening credits sequence was used on Sci Fi Channel. It is similar to the first sequence through not showing clips, but pans in and out on an activating Stargate. It ends showing SG-1, from the back and in a row of four, entering the Stargate. The fourth version appears on episodes during the first half of the ninth season. It shows a stargate floating in space and footage of SG-1 walking towards the stargate at the SGC. the stargate then becomes active and the camera goes into the stargate, showing the footage used for traveling trough the stargate. The third version of the credits returned for the second half of season nine. See more »

Goofs

This is titled "200" as though it's the 200th, but it's actually the 199th. This is obvious because (1) "Stargate: SG-1" is listed as having 213 episodes, and there are fourteen additional episodes that take place after this one. Though the pilot "Children of the Gods" was a double length feature, and could be counted as two, it was aired on one night and clearly is only counted as one according to the count. Thus there were 21 in Season 1, 22 each in Seasons 2 - 7, and 20 in both Seasons 8 and 9. That's 193. Yet "200" is listed at the sixth of Season 10 instead of the seventh. See more »

Quotes

Martin Lloyd: They can't leave! They haven't finished reading my script!
Major General Hank Landry: That's funny, I thought it said "General" on my uniform.
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Crazy Credits

Credits that would normally come during the opening title sequence or right after all comes at the end. See more »

Connections

References 24 (2001) See more »

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Main Title
Written by Joel Goldsmith and David Arnold
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This episode was a complete waste of photons.
12 September 2019 | by berthaduniverseSee all my reviews

I honestly tried to get through this episode, but eventually shut it off. This was clearly SG1's "jump the shark" episode.


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