Stargate SG-1, Season 1Closed Captioning
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The Stargate is an intergalactic gateway, developed by an ancient civilization, that links other planets across the universe to ours. The first season introduces the newly formed Stargate Command. They are tasked by the U.S. government to explore the galaxy and acquire advanced technologies to defend Earth. Making great strides, the SG-1 team is successful at making new friends as well as new enemies. Boasting incredible special-effects sequences, rapid-fire pacing, and awesome scenes of alien warfare, Stargate SG-1 is your gateway to pulse-pounding sci-fi action.
|1||Closed CaptioningVideoChildren of the Gods||Colonel Jack O'Neill retired from the military a year ago. Prior to retirement, he led an expedition through the Stargate, an ancient portal which allows instantaneous travel to other galaxies. He is called back to duty by General Hammond when a group of aliens emerge from the Stargate, kill the soldiers guarding it and kidnap a female guard. After seeing the aftermath of the alien attack and the strange bodies they left behind, O'Neill confesses that he defied the order to destroy Abydos, the world he visited via the Stargate. He reveals that Daniel Jackson, the scientist who was thought to have died on that mission, is alive and living on Abydos. It is also clear that these aliens are not from Abydos. O'Neill is reunited with his old comrades Kawalsky and Ferretti and joined by Capt. Samantha Carter, an astrophysicist. SG-1 returns through the Stargate to Abydos. They discover that Jackson has taken an Abydan wife, the beautiful Sha're, and that Skaara, the young Abydan boy O'Neill cherishes as a son, has grown into a fine young man. They also see Jackson's latest discovery: a giant cartouche covered in hieroglyphics that seems to be a map of many Stargates throughout the galaxy. As they marvel, however, the aliens led by the handsome but evil Apophis, are making use of a similar map. They emerge from the Stargate on Abydos, and after a brief battle, kidnap Sha're and Skaara. Ferretti, who was wounded in the fire fight with the aliens, has seen the hieroglyphic code that indicates the alien's destination. O'Neill and Jackson are determined to follow the aliens and to save their loved ones. With a troop of soldiers from earth in tow, they track the aliens to the planet Chulak. There they discover that Sha're is now Apophis' queen; her body has been taken over by the hideous snake creatures, known as Goa'ulds, who rule this planet and collect life forms from around the galaxy to use as hosts. They know they can't save her, but can they save themselves and Skaara before they're killed by the Goa'uld guards and before General Hammond sends a nuclear weapon through the Stargate to destroy the planet?||1:36:53||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|2||Closed CaptioningVideoEnemy Within||As the Goa'ulds splatter against the protective iris installed inside the Stargate, the SG-1 team faces several problems close to home. Colonel Jack O'Neill wants to add a new member to the team: Teal'c, an alien who risked his own skin to save O'Neill and his team on the other side of the Stargate. But, General Hammond won't approve the appointment and O'Neill must watch as military intelligence treats Teal'c like a guinea pig. To make matters worse, Kawalsky, O'Neill's right-hand man, has been having terrible headaches caused by an alien larvae that has attached itself to his brain. What they haven't discovered is that this larvae is trying to take over Kawalsky's body in an attempt to go back through the Stargate. With guidance from Teal'c, the doctors operate to remove the alien, but did they get it in time? Or is Kawalsky still under alien control, ready to kill when the order comes?||44:11||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|3||Closed CaptioningVideoEmancipation||On the planet Simarka, the SG-1 team meets the Shavadai; a race of people similar to the ancient Mongols of Earth. These skilled horsemen and fierce warriors operate by a strict code, which includes second-class status for women. Dr. Samantha Carter, who takes a back seat to no man, is threatened by death on her first encounter with the Shavadai chief, Mughal, and is only spared because she saved the life of his son, Abu. Carter faces peril again when she is kidnapped by Abu, who hopes to trade her for the hand of Nya, the daughter of Mughal's powerful enemy, Turghan. The deal goes bad and Carter ends up the unwilling property of the warrior chief. She is determined to escape but torn by pity for the lovelorn Nya and Abu. Carter arranges Nya's escape from Turghan's tyranny and is rescued from his clutches by O'Neill and the SG-1 team. But, Carter's ordeal is not over yet; Turghan caught his daughter trying to elope and will stone her to death for her disloyalty unless Carter can defeat him in combat. In the circle of battle, Carter must prove she is the equal of any man -- or die trying.||44:11||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|4||Closed CaptioningVideoThe Broca Divide||O'Neill and the SG-1 team head through the Stargate to a planet known as P3X797 and discover a world divided between a dark and light side, with a population similarly split between the Touched and the Untouched. The Untouched, who live on the bright side, are humans, a Bronze Age people who seem almost like the Minoan civilization of Earth. The Touched, who live on the dark side, are heavy-browed primitives with limited skills and the brutal instincts of animals. The findings would only be of academic interest, but when the SG-1 team returns, all but Teal'c and Jackson begin a startling transformation: they develop the heavy brows and act with the animal brutality of the Touched. Worse, so do many others at Stargate's mountain headquarters, including General Hammond. As order breaks down and the project is jeopardized, Jackson and Teal'c head back through the Stargate in an attempt to discover the reason for this mysterious transformation. Is this a disease that can be cured or are O'Neill, the General and the others all doomed to live out the rest of their lives in the Stone Age?||44:11||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|5||Closed CaptioningVideoFirst Commandment||Colonel Jack O'Neill and the SG-1 team are sent through the Stargate after SG-9 is declared missing in action. When SG-1 arrives on the planet, they learn that the primitive cave-dwelling inhabitants greeted SG-9 as gods because they carried guns and used powerful sunscreen which allowed them to survive the deadly UV rays. The problem is that SG-9 leader Capt. Jonas Hanson has taken advantage of this opportunity for power. Hanson now rules the planet without mercy, forcing the inhabitants to rebuild the giant Gou'ald temples and condemning disbelievers to death by radiation exposure. It's clear that Hanson must be stopped, but how do you stop a god? Dr. Samantha Carter, who was once romantically involved with Hanson, thinks she can reach him. O'Neill is prepared to fight his way into Hanson's compound to save Conner, one of the surviving SG-9 team members. But, Daniel Jackson and Teal'c may have the best solution; with the help of Jamala, one of the planet's inhabitants, they set out to show the people of the planet that Hanson's power comes from technology - - not divinity.||44:11||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|6||Closed CaptioningVideoCold Lazarus||On Planet P3X562, the SG-1 team discovers a valley full of broken crystals. Alone, O'Neill finds a whole crystal with blue light emanating from it. Upon touching it, he is struck down and a duplicate O'Neill appears. The double returns home through the Stargate, with the unsuspecting team. Once back, the double seeks out O'Neill's estranged wife, Sara, and tries to find the couple's son, Charlie, who was killed years earlier. Meanwhile, a revived O'Neill returns through the gate, only to realize he's been replicated. Carter and Jackson have discovered that the crystals contain energy beings that can read minds, mimic people and communicate. The beings tell of their tragic encounter with the Goa'ulds and explain that they cannot survive in the Earth's intense electromagnetic field, which means that the O'Neill double is now highly unstable, putting Sara and others in great danger. The real O'Neill and the SG-1 team find Sara and the double in a hospital emergency room. The double explains that he never meant to hurt O'Neill. He was trying to heal him when he realized that the greatest pain O'Neill had was not physical, but emotional; grief from the loss of his son. In a final gesture, the double does just that, taking the form of Charlie and giving Sara and Jack something they never had: a chance to say good-bye to their son.||44:11||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|7||Closed CaptioningVideoThe Nox||Under government pressure to discover superior technologies, O'Neill and the team head to a planet Teal'c remembers, which has creatures called Fenri that possess the power of invisibility. They arrive to discover a Goa'uld hunting party, led by Apophis, is already there tracking the Fenri. O'Neill's attempt at an ambush goes horribly wrong and the members of the SG-1 team are killed. They are revived, along with Shak'l, a Jaffa who was also killed in the battle by the Nox. The Nox are a small, peaceful, fairy-like people who occupy the planet previously thought to be uninhabited. The Nox can make things invisible - it is they who shield the A'kasha (a flying insect-like creature) from the sight of the hunters - and bring back the dead. But, can they stand up to the deadly technology of the Goa'uld once Shak'l reveals their secret and location to Apophis? O'Neill and the team offer to defend the Nox against Apophis, but the peaceful little people have their own solution, far beyond the understanding of either Goa'ulds or the people of Earth.||44:11||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|8||Closed CaptioningVideoBrief Candle||O'Neill and the SG-1 team travel through the Stargate to Argos, where they come across a young woman giving birth. After Daniel delivers the child, the team is invited to a festival, where they find a civilization of beautiful, happy people who celebrate while the sun shines and mysteriously drop to sleep the minute that it sets. More mysteriously, they seem to age very rapidly - a lifetime is 100 days - an effect that O'Neill unwittingly inherits when he is seduced by Kynthia, a stunning Argosian woman. As O'Neill's hair turns grey and life races past, the rest of the team return to base to try to discover a cure for whatever is making O'Neill and the Argosians grow old so fast. Dr. Samantha Carter discovers the culprit: nanocytes or microscopic robots that circulate in the blood stream, apparently placed there as part of a cruel experiment by Pelops, a Goa'uld whom the Argosians worship as a god. But, the team can't figure out how to turn them off, and unless they can, O'Neill will soon be dead.||44:11||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|9||Closed CaptioningVideoThor's Hammer||In search of allies in their battle against the Goa'ulds, O'Neill and the SG-1 team travel to the planet Cimmeria - - home to the legendary Norse gods. But, Cimmeria has long ago been declared off-limits to Goa'ulds and when the team emerges from the Stargate, Teal'c, who as a Jaffa carries an infant Goa'uld within him, is trapped in a mysterious beam of light. When O'Neill tries to save him, both men vanish, transported to a mysterious underground labyrinth. The labyrinth is home to Unas, a vicious creature that is the original Goa'uld host, but it is also Thor's Hammer, which is designed to kill Goa'ulds. As O'Neill and Teal'c fight for survival, Daniel Jackson and Dr. Samantha Carter try to rescue them, aided by Kendra, a former Goa'uld host who survived her own journey through the labyrinth years earlier.||44:11||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|10||Closed CaptioningVideoThe Torment of Tantalus||Daniel Jackson makes a remarkable discovery while going through film footage of Stargate experiments conducted in 1945. It seems that the post-war team, led by Professor Langford, succeeded in getting the Stargate to work and a young professor, Ernest Littlefield, actually traveled through the wormhole, never to return. Daniel shares this information with the professor's daughter, Catherine Langford, who oversaw the Stargate project for years and who was supposed to marry Littlefield before he disappeared. Using computer-enhanced pictures as a guide, the SG-1 team, joined by Langford, go in search of Littlefield. They find the professor, now grown old, as well as a remarkable room that seems to have been the meeting place of four alien civilizations. There's only one problem: the dial-home device on this Stargate is severely damaged and Langford and the SG-1 team may be trapped forever.||44:11||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|11||Closed CaptioningVideoBloodlines||When Teal'c joined the SG-1 team, he kept secret the family he left behind on Chulak for fear that it would make his new comrades doubt his loyalty. Now, however, his son Rya'c has reached the age at which he will receive his Gou'ald larva, and Teal'c is determined to stop the process that would make his boy a servant to the Gou'alds. After much debate and a promise to return with a Gou'ald larva for study, the team, disguised as monks, heads through the Stargate to Chulak, only to discover that Teal'c's family has been declared outcasts. With help from Teal'c's mentor, Bra-Tac, they battle Jaffa warriors and priests before finding Rya'c and his mother, Drey-Auc. The family reunion, however, is not as simple as Teal'c hoped; the boy needs the Gou'ald larva to survive. And the only one available is the one that is keeping Teal'c alive.||44:11||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|12||Closed CaptioningVideoFire and Water||The SG-1 team returns from the planet Oannes in a panic - and without Daniel Jackson, who was last seen being consumed by a column of flames. But, as his comrades mourn him on Earth, Daniel is a captive of an amphibious-humanoid creature known as Nem who is seeking information about his partner, Omoroca, who lived on Earth 4,000 years earlier. Daniel struggles to recall his Babylonian history and agrees to have his brain read by Nem's advanced and possibly deadly technology. Daniel discovers common ground with Nem - both have lost their true loves to the murderous Goa'uld - and the key to his freedom. Back on Earth, the SG-1 team struggle with the strange feeling that Daniel isn't really dead. The team members use hypnosis to revisit the events leading up to Daniel's disappearance.||44:11||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|13||Closed CaptioningVideoHathor||When Archeologists exploring a Mayan pyramid in Mexico find a sarcophagus covered in Egyptian hieroglyphics, they accidentally release Hathor. Hathor is a Goa'uld who has taken on the persona of a powerful Egyptian goddess, awoken from a sleep that has lasted a millennium. After dispensing with the scientists, Hathor makes her way to the Stargate mountain facility dressed as a homeless woman. Once inside, she uses her physical charms and a drug-like pink smoke to seduce the men and enlist them in her plan to take over the world - - using O'Neill as her first Jaffa. As the goddess cooks up thousands of Goa'uld larvae and prepares O'Neill to bear one, it falls to Carter and the handful of women at the base to fight back against the powerful seductress. Aided by Teal'c, who as a Jaffa is immune to her powers, they prepare to face Hathor in a battle for the future of the planet.||44:11||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|14||Closed CaptioningVideoSingularity||The SG-1 team travels through the Stargate to planet P8X987, where another SG team has been making preparations to observe a black hole. But, when they get there, they discover that a strange disease has wiped out everyone on the planet. Everyone that is, except a little girl named Cassandra. As O'Neill and Teal'c remain on the planet to observe the black hole, Carter and Daniel return to Earth with the girl. Carter grows especially close to Cassandra and is shocked when she discovers that the chest pains Cassandra is experiencing are caused by a metallic device growing around the child's heart. Daniel and Carter ascertain that the Goa'uld planted the device as part of a scheme to destroy the Earth's Stargate. As the time bomb ticks down, Carter is torn between her love for the little girl and her knowledge that the child is being used as a Trojan horse by the Gou'ald.||44:11||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|15||Closed CaptioningVideoCor-AI||When O'Neill and the SG-1 team travel through the Stargate to P3X1279, Teal'c recognizes it immediately as Chartago, home to the Bysra and one of the Goa'ulds favorite places to harvest humans for assimilation. Teal'c had come here when he was head Jaffa to Apophis; his visit is remembered by one of the Bysra, Hanno, who accuses Teal'c of killing his father. Teal'c is put on trial - the Bysra call it Cor-ai - but the trial proceeds far differently than a trial back home would. Hanno acts as both judge and jury and when Teal'c admits he killed his father, he's found guilty and a death sentence is passed. While O'Neill and the rest of the team try to persuade Hanno that Teal'c has changed, and is now the enemy of the Goa'uld, the Jaffa seem resigned to his sentence of death.||44:11||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|16||Closed CaptioningVideoEnigma||O'Neill and the SG-1 team arrive on the planet Tollan to find a scene of chaos and death. A volcano is erupting, spewing choking ash and burning lava, and bodies litter the ground around the Stargate. The team gathers up a few survivors and returns through the gate to Earth. The Tollans, however, are not grateful for being rescued. Their leader, Omoc, dismisses human society as primitive, refuses to answer any questions about his planet's highly advanced technology, and demands to be relocated to a similarly advanced world. Narim, another Tollan, reveals the reason for Omoc's suspicion. Years earlier, Omoc's father shared the Tollan technology with a civilization like Earth's, setting off a war that destroyed the more primitive planet and destabilized Tollan. With military intelligence sniffing around and threatening to put the Tollans to work on weapons systems, Earth seems to be heading down the same path. Having saved the Tollans from death, the SG-1 team must risk court-martial to save them from slavery and to save Earth from self-destruction.||44:11||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|17||Closed CaptioningVideoSolitudes||The Stargate malfunctions while Colonel Jack O'Neill and the SG-1 team are evacuating from a firefight on a hostile planet. As a result, Teal'C and Daniel Jackson make it back to Stargate Command, but O'Neill and Dr. Samantha Carter find themselves trapped near a Stargate in an icy crevasse on an unknown planet. O'Neill is badly hurt - broken leg, internal injuries - so it falls to Dr. Carter to try to dig the nearby gate out of the ice and find a way to make it work. Meanwhile, as technicians try to repair the home gate, Teal'c and Daniel are trying to figure out what went wrong and where their comrades might be. They could be on any one of a million planets and if someone doesn't figure out which one soon, Carter and O'Neill will face a frigid death.||44:11||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|18||Closed CaptioningVideoTin Man||O'Neill and the SG-1 team arrive on PX3989, only to be zapped by an electrical trap that renders them unconscious. When they awake, they find themselves in an underground lab with Harlan, a strange but apparently peaceful native of PX3989 who claims to be 11,000 years old and who says he has not only fixed their injuries, but improved them. When they return to Earth, over Harlan's objections, the team members discover what he means. While they all feel like themselves, they are all now machines that have been implanted with the consciousness of the SG-1 team members. Worse, they will run out of power and die unless they return to PX3989. Upon their return, they confront Harlan, who, as a robot himself is mystified by their demand that he put them back in their human bodies and sacrifice their immortality. Under pressure, he takes them to meet themselves in hopes of achieving a compromise between man and machine.||44:11||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|19||Closed CaptioningVideoThere But for the Grace of God||While exploring an alien Stargate complex on P3R233, a world that appears to have been destroyed by the Goa'uld, Daniel Jackson discovers a slab that, when activated, turns into a shimmering mirror. He touches the mirror and gets a mild jolt but thinks nothing of it until he returns through the Stargate. Then, he finds himself in an alternate reality, a place that looks like Earth but where nothing is quite as it was. The most distressing difference is that this world is under attack by the Goa'ulds, who have wiped out half-a-billion people and are about to capture the Stargate Command. O'Neill faces-off against Teal'c, who in this reality is still loyal to the Goa'uld, and Daniel tries to escape through the Stargate with information that may save his world from the fate of this alternate reality.||44:11||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|20||Closed CaptioningVideoPolitics||Having escaped marauding Goa'ulds in another Earth reality, Daniel Jackson warns that it is only a matter of time before they launch an attack in this one. But, the Stargate program faces a more immediate threat - - this from Senator Kinsey, powerful Chairman of the Appropriations Committee and the man who oversees Stargate's multi-billion dollar budget. Kinsey sees the program as a wasteful fat cat with dubious goals and he vows to shut it down. As he reviews the past missions with Hammond, O'Neill and the SG-1 team, he dismisses the danger presented by the Goa'uld, despite warnings from Teal'c of their power. Even Daniel's desperate warning of an imminent attack won't sway the Senator, who is determined to bury the gate and put the program out of business.||44:11||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|21||Closed CaptioningVideoWithin the Serpent's Grasp||The Stargate is being shut down by the U.S. government, despite Daniel's warning of an imminent Goa'uld attack on Earth. The SG-1 team, armed to the teeth, defy orders to make an unauthorized trip through the Stargate to what they believe to be the origin of the attack. They find themselves on a Goa'uld ship, full of Jaffa warriors, traveling through space at many times the speed of light. They also find that they're trapped there; the Stargate will no longer connect back to Earth. As Carter and Daniel wire the ship with explosives, O'Neill and Teal'c discover that Skaara is aboard. Skaara was once the young Abydonian friend to O'Neill, but now is the host body to Klorel, son of Apophis. Is Skaara's human spirit still alive under that fierce exterior or has it been consumed by Klorel? The future of the SG-1 team and of Earth depend on the answer.||44:11||$1.99||View in iTunes|
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yes! finally more seasons now they only need 8 more!!
The depth of the storylines, the quality of the characters and the actors that play them along with the intertwining of civilizations both existing, extinct and imaginative to create one of the greatest television shows in history. With the exceptional writing and grandiose plots, no other television show can begin to compare to that of Stargate SG-1. From the beginning to the end; this is television at it's absolute peak of perfection.
So glad to see that Season 1 is FINALLY here!!! This series was (SG-1) one of the best Sci-Fi shows around. It spawned Stargate Atlantis (Another excellent show BTW) and there is another show on the horizon. If you've never seen any of these episodes, spend a whopping $1.99 for the pilot (Children of the Gods) which is over two hours of entertainment. If you love sci-fi and have an imagination you will probably love this series. Now I'm waiting for the other 8 seasons to arrive....
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- Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy
- Released: Jul 27, 1997
- © 1998 MGM Television Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved
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