Daniel: Tell them about the future...
Jack: Uh, college football is played on Saturdays, pro on Sundays, and there are no fish in my pond, at all, where I fish. I think that covers it.
Actor Michael Shanks scratched his right cornea with an eyelash during the production of Season Eight's "New Order, Part 1." If you look closely during the briefing room scenes with the Goa'uld system lords you can see his eye is red. Director Andy Mikita did his best to shoot around this by keeping most of Shanks's shots focused on the left side of his face.
"...they created a time crystal." - MIT Technology Review, referring to a team of physicists at the Joint Quantum Institute at the University of Maryland. The scientists there have been working on an experiment of time-crystal behavior within a system of trapped ions - confirming, experimentally only, the existence of time crystals!
In 2004, Richard Dean Anderson received special recognition from the Air Force - Honorary Air Force Brigadier General's stars. Honorary awards are rarely given to civilians and was bestowed in order to thank him, and the other people behind Stargate SG-1, for their positive portrayal of the Air Force. #FridayFacts
Col. O'Neill: What's with the worm part? The worm thing. I don't get that...
Maj. Carter: It's just a metaphor...imagine the galaxy is an apple. We burrow our way through the apple like a worm, crossing from one side to the other instead of going around the outside.
Stargate SG-1 has always had great respect for the military - and the men and women who serve. On this Veteran's Day, we salute all Stargate fans who have served! Let us know what branch of the military you were with, and where, in the comments below!
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