Stargate SG-1

Stargate SG-1 (1997)

5 corrected entries in season 4

(1 vote)

Entity - S4-E20

Corrected entry: When the entity is looking at the personnel files, you see one for John O'Neil. His first name is Jack. (00:11:00)

Correction: Jack's name is "O'Neill", not "O'Neil", so this "John O'Neil" must be a different officer altogether. Jack O'Neill mentions in another episode that there is a Col O'Neil. This could be him.

Soylent Purple

2010 - S4-E16

Corrected entry: In series two's "1969" we saw that when time traveling by solar flare to the past, an object would come out in the same place it left from before actually time traveling. When the note comes through to the "present," it comes from the SGC's gate, not the future site of the J.R. Reed Space Terminal in Washington.

Correction: Objects actually come out of the same Stargate not the same physical location. The gate was moved in the alternate timeline.

Window of Opportunity - S4-E6

Corrected entry: A thermometer is placed into Teal'c's mouth twice every time loop. From the far shot, we see Teal'c in the background having the thermometer inserted into his mouth as Dr. Fraiser is speaking to O'Neill. There is then a close-up of Teal'c and the thermometer is placed into his mouth again.

Correction: Teal'c keeps taking the the thermometer out of his mouth, then the nurse walks back over and puts it back in.

Entity - S4-E20

Corrected entry: While the entity is looking through the files of people, if you pause and look at all the files, they all say: Team Designation: SG-1 None of those people are in SG-1 (except Carter and Daniel).

Correction: The designations for the team do not all say SG-1, they range from SG-4 to SG-7, however the same people are used over again - we see their faces several times.

Exodus (1) - S4-E22

Corrected entry: The ring transporter device is being used incorrectly in this episode. When you go up, the rings come from above, get you, and then go back up. When you go down, the rings come from below, get you and then go back down. Several times when the characters are going back and forth between the planet and the ship, the rings come up from the ground and then go back down when they should be coming from above.

Sol Parker

Correction: This is incorrect as in many episodes the rings of the ring transporter come up from the ground. It only depends on whether there is a ceiling or not. As out in the open on planets the rings come up from the ground, whereas if they are in a building or in a ship, they may come down from the ceiling. But it does not depend on whether they are transporting "up" to a ship or "down" to a planet.

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