Stargate SG-1
01/20/2017 at 20:40. Facebook
Heroes are lost, but never forgotten…Dr. Janet Frasier’s last heroic moment lives on in this “behind the scenes” documentary.
#FlashbackFriday
Stargate SG-1
01/18/2017 at 20:00. Facebook
When your friends show off by reading faster than you…upgrade your ability!
#WormholeWednesday #WisdomWednesday
Happy #Fridaythe13th! “Tin Man” originally aired on Friday, February 13th, 1998 - we may need to rewatch that episode tonight!
Com-traya!
We want to know more about you, our fans! Share with us when you stepped through the gate for the first time with SG-1! #YourStargateStory #WormholeWednesday
But they make you laugh! #fanfriday
Peter DeLuise loved showing up in the background of episodes he had written or directed! He has popped up in scenes as airmen, villagers, a shouting Jaffa, a Tok’Ra, the Director on Wormhole X-Treme!, and of course, the younger “dashing” Urgo (Urgo was, as you all know, played by Dom DeLuise!). What other roles did he show up in?

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Col O’Neill: I think we’re going to be alright…
#StargateFans #ThankYou #HappyNewYear
The New Year is nearly upon us. Proceed with hope! Meanwhile, Jack will make a wish. #WormholeWednesday #NewYearsResolution
For all our Stargate fans! Enjoy your time off!
#HappyHolidays #FanFriday
If even these guys can try to get along...
#WormholeWednesday #PeaceonEarth #GalacticPeace
#FridayFact Every Stargate fan knows that one of the most common guns used on SG-1 (besides the Zat gun) was the "P90." Carter had her own custom P90 created by the Prop Dept. The reason? A P90 became harder to independently source through prop companies, so Carter's weapon was an expertly cobbled-together version!
#wormholewednesday #stargatevillains #SG1
Ready for the weekend? We are! #FridayFeeling
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.
#PretendToBeATimeTraveler Day
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.
#FridayFacts #DanielJackson
#WormholeWednesday #SG1SavestheWorld
Don't let the crowds get to you - go outside instead! Be explorers! #GoThroughtheGate & #GoOutside today!
"...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!
#WormholeWednesday #StargateScience
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.
#WormholeWednesday #WednesdayWisdom