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{{Infobox Episode
 
| name=Enemies
 
| name=Enemies
| image=[[Image:Enemiesparttwostargate.jpg|250px]]
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| image = [[File:Enemiesparttwostargate.jpg|250px]]{{caption|Apophis screaming in defiance moments before his death.}}
| series=''[[Stargate SG-1]]''
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| series = ''[[Stargate SG-1]]''
| episode=[[SG1 Season 5|5.01]]
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| episode = [[SG-1 Season 5|5.01]]
| production=501
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| production = 501
| airdate=[[June 29]], [[2001]]
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| airdate = [[June 29]], [[2001]]
| story=
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| story = [[Brad Wright]], [[Robert C. Cooper]], [[Joseph Mallozzi]] & [[Paul Mullie]]
| writer=[[Brad Wright]], [[Robert C. Cooper]], [[Joseph Mallozzi]] & [[Paul Mullie]]
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| writer = [[Robert C. Cooper]]
| director=[[Martin Wood]]
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| director = [[Martin Wood]]
| guests=[[Carmen Argenziano]] as [[Jacob Carter]]/[[Selmak]]<br />[[Peter Williams IV]] as [[Apophis]]<br />[[Jennifer Calvert]] as Councilwoman [[Ren Al]]<br />[[Gary Jones]] as [[Walter Harriman]]<br />[[Thomas Milburn Jr.]] as [[Jaffa]]<br />[[Dean Moen]] as Jaffa
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| main = [[Richard Dean Anderson]] as [[Colonel]] [[Jack O'Neill]]<br>[[Michael Shanks]] as [[Dr.]] [[Daniel Jackson]]<br>[[Amanda Tapping]] as [[Major]] [[Samantha Carter]]<br>[[Christopher Judge]] as [[Teal'c]]<br>[[Don S. Davis]] as [[Major General]] [[George S. Hammond]]
| preceded_by=[[Exodus]]
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| guests = [[Carmen Argenziano]] as [[Jacob Carter]]/[[Selmak]]<br>[[Peter Williams]] as [[Apophis]]<br>[[Jennifer Calvert]] as [[Ren'al]]<br>[[Gary Jones]] as [[MSgt.]] [[Walter Harriman]]<br>[[Thomas Milburn Jr.]] as [[Apophis' Jaffa commander (Enemies)|Jaffa]]<br>[[Dean Moen]] as [[Red Jaffa (Enemies)|Jaffa]]<br />[[Martin Wood]] as [[Major]] [[Wood]] {{u}}<br>[[Glen Brkich]] as Apophis' Red Jaffa {{u}}
| followed_by=[[Threshold]]
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| preceded_by = "[[Exodus]]"
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| followed_by = "[[Threshold]]"
 
}}
 
}}
 
 
{{SG1-5}}
 
{{SG1-5}}
 
 
{{2of3|Exodus|Threshold}}
 
{{2of3|Exodus|Threshold}}
==Summary==
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'''"Enemies"''' is the first episode of the [[SG-1 Season 5|fifth season]] of ''[[Stargate SG-1]]''.
   
After [[SG-1]] was thrown into another galaxy by the supernova, they now face [[Apophis]]. Because there are no other options they contact him but he isn't interested in what they say and threatens to destroy them. The SG-1 can do nothing but to wait for their destruction. Apophis finally fires - but not on them. Instead, he fires upon another alien ship, which attacks Apophis. [[Jacob Carter|Jacob]] uses the chance to escape and flies the ship into the corona of a blue giant, whose radiation will mask their presence while blocking their own sensors at the same time. They are able to repair their shields but have no crystals to repair the hyperspace engines. In the meantime, [[Jack O'Neill|O'Neill]] recounts to [[Daniel Jackson|Daniel]] what happened on Vorash.
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==Synopsis==
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The [[supernova]] causes [[SG-1]] and [[Apophis]]' ships to jump 4 million light years. SG-1 hides from Apophis, but after coming out again, they find [[Apophis' mothership]] completely abandoned. It is discovered Apophis and his [[Jaffa]] fled the ship after it is taken over by [[Replicator]]s. They infest the Ha'tak, and furthermore, Apophis has brainwashed [[Teal'c]], and is now working against his team.
   
At [[Stargate Command]], the [[Tok'ra]] visit [[George Hammond|General Hammond]], explaining that Apophis' fleet was destroyed as planned but contact was lost with SG-1. Hammond, however, refuses to believe they are dead.
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==Previously on ''Stargate SG-1''==
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[[SG-1]] and the [[Tok'ra]] are pushed to destroy [[Apophis]] once and for all after [[Tanith]] escapes the Tok'ra prison and alerts Apophis to [[Vorash]]. In order to destroy him, they plan to set [[Vorash's sun]] to go [[supernova]] by using the [[Stargate]] to dial [[P3W-451]] and cause the sun to go critical. However, in the meantime, an [[Tanith's Al'kesh|Al'kesh]] attacks SG-1's [[Cronus' Ha'tak|Ha'tak]] but is destroyed by [[Colonel]] [[Jack O'Neill]] and [[Teal'c]] in a [[Death Glider]] who crash on Vorash in the process. On the way to the [[Transportation rings]], Teal'c gets shot by a [[Jaffa]] and supposedly dies before he is taken by Tanith to be presented to Apophis as a "gift". The sun successfully goes supernova, wiping out Apophis' fleet. However, seconds after they exit [[hyperspace]], SG-1 and [[Selmak]]/[[Jacob Carter]] realize that the supernova has caused the Ha'tak to travel 4 million [[light year]]s to an [[Unnamed galaxy (Enemies)|Unnamed Galaxy]], and it will take them over 120 years to get back at top speed. Worse still, it's also revealed that [[Apophis' mothership]] has also survived which leaves the team stunned.
   
On their ship, the Carters complete the repairs and leave the corona. They detect Apophis' ship, yet no life signs emanate from it, so they beam onto it to get new crystals. There, it appears the self-destruct command was activated, which Jacob wants to deactivate, while O'Neill and [[Samantha Carter|Major Carter]] retrieve the crystals. However, they soon detect [[Replicator]]s. Nevertheless, they procure the crystals, but not before the Replicators attack. The three ring back to the [[Ha'tak]] and escape in the wake of the explosion of Apophis' ship. Afterwards, they bring the hyperspace engines back online when they suddenly detect a [[Tel'tak]], piloted by [[Teal'c]] with several [[Jaffa]] which, according to Teal'c, helped him escape. Teal'c lands his ship on the Ha’tak and is greeted by his team mates. However, when O'Neill's goes to embrace him, Teal’c takes his gun and, with the other Jaffa, holds SG-1 at gunpoint. Apophis enters and declares Teal'c as his [[First Prime]] again.
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==Plot==
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[[File:Vlcsnap-2014-09-17-15h51m21s210.png|thumb|left|200px|Jacob, Sam, Jack and Daniel in the main area of the ship.]]
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With very little choice (weapons won't cause a dent in [[Apophis' mothership]], and [[hyperdrive]]s are offline), [[SG-1]] and [[Selmak]]/[[Jacob Carter]] decide to make contact with [[Apophis]] in order not to get killed. However, Apophis shows no interest in what they are going to say, and even ignores their surrender, saying "Klavel ha" in [[Goa'uld language|Goa'uld]], which Daniel translates as "too late."
   
SG-1 is arrested while Teal'c claims that he was in the service of Apophis all along, calling his time with SG-1 “subterfuge. The Jaffa begin to unload the cargo from the Tel'tak, unknowingly bringing Replicators aboard. As SG-1 tries to escape, Jacob frees them, only to be stopped by Teal'c, imprisoning him as well. Suddenly, the ship unexpectedly exits hyperspace. Jaffa find the engine room infested with Replicators. By mere happenstance, the Replicators also allow SG-1 to escape their cell. Apophis tries to escape from the Replicators as they kill his Jaffa, forcing him to barricade himself in the command center.
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Apophis charges up weapons, but takes a while in actually firing them, which makes the team feel uneasy. However, as the ship finally fires, the shots all miss the [[Ha'tak]] as Apophis is trying to hit a [[Replicator patrol ship|second unidentified vessel]] instead. The ship's shield proves powerful, and even uses its weapons to block several shots, as well as firing back at Apophis.
   
While Jacob and Daniel secure the cargo ship, Jack and Sam try to subdue Teal'c with help from a shock grenade. They successfully capture him with a precise but not lethal shot and kill the remaining Jaffa. Teal'c is safely brought aboard the Tel'tak but, without any warning, the mothership enters hyperspace, barring any way to get off the Ha’tak.
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While [[Colonel]] [[Jack O'Neill]] admires the people of the ship for fighting Apophis first, calling their style "shoot first, send flowers later", Jacob decides to retreat, since they have no idea if the aliens on board the ship are hostile or not. He sets a course for the [[corona]] of the [[star system|system's]] [[Blue giant]], since its radiation can make them invisible to ship's [[sensor]]s, but SG-1 would also be blind.
   
SG-1 quickly learns that the Replicators have modified the engines so that the ship far exceeds its fastest velocity by combining into a giant bipedal being, using its energy to power the engines. This will also allow SG-1 to quickly travel back to their home galaxy. However, because of the threat which the Replicators pose, they must prevent the scourge from ever infesting the Milky Way. So, they plan to use the same tactic which they used on [[Thor]]'s ship by destroying the sub-light engines' controls (causing an uncontrolled re-entry of the ship into the atmosphere (see "[[Nemesis]]"). While Jacob returns to the cargo ship, SG-1 goes to the engine room to lay in wait for the right moment to execute their plan. When the ship leaves hyperspace right in front [[Sokar]]'s home planet, they destroy the control crystals and escape but are chased by Replicators. Nevertheless, they are able to get into a ring room and Jacob rings them to the Tel'tak. They leave the Ha'tak, which falls to the planet and is destroyed, thus finally eliminating the evil Apophis. Jack unsuccessfully attempts to convince Teal'c of Apophis' death.
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Another problem is that they have one hour until the radiation could become dangerous so Jacob and his daughter, [[Major]] [[Samantha Carter]] decide to fix the shields to buy them nine more hours.
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[[File:Vlcsnap-2014-09-18-12h42m47s217.png|thumb|right|200px|Sam and Jacob in the engine room.]]
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While they are repairing them, Carter won't stop thinking about the loss of [[Teal'c]]. After they switch the [[control crystal]]s, the shields are back online. However, they discover another problem; the hyperdrive crystals are burnt, and with no spare crystals, they can't go into [[hyperspace]].
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In the [[Pel'tak]], [[Dr.]] [[Daniel Jackson]] asks O'Neill what happened on [[Vorash]]. O'Neill is reluctant but eventually explains they were ambushed by [[Jaffa]] and that Teal'c was shot in the back.
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[[File:Vlcsnap-2014-09-18-12h44m40s74.png|thumb|left|200px|Hammond meeting Councilwoman Ren'al and her two Tok'ra guards.]]
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Meanwhile, in [[Stargate Command]], a [[Tok'ra]] contingent arrives in the Gate Room. One of them introduces herself as councilwoman [[Ren'al]]. She informs [[Major General]] [[George S. Hammond]] that the plan to wipe out Apophis' fleet worked, though they did find a one-man pod that traveled to Goa'uld-occupied territory, but the identity of the occupant [[Tanith|is unknown]] for the time being.
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They also inform Hammond that they detected two distortions during the [[supernova]], implying two ships may have escaped, though they are confident nobody would have survived, thinking SG-1 and Selmak were those people. Ren'al tells Hammond that whether they survived or not, their actions caused a power vacuum for the Goa'uld, who would be fighting each other for years to come. When they consider the team heroes, Hammond says to her; "you'll forgive me for holding out hope a little longer. SG-1 has a surprisingly good habit of beating the odds."
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The shields have almost become ineffective to the radiation, and Carter and Selmak are still unable to repair the hyperdrive, as even retro-fitting other crystals doesn't work. With no alternative, they must risk leaving the corona of the blue giant and face whoever may have survived.
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As they leave the corona, they see that Apophis' ship is still around, but the other ship isn't. Fortunately, they notice no life signs on board. They decide to take the opportunity to commandeer the ship, since it has a faster hyperdrive and more advanced weapons and shields, and at the very least, they could retrieve the necessary control crystals for the damaged hyperdrive.
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However, as they enter the ship via the [[transportation rings]], they hear a [[self-destruct]] counting down on four minutes. Jacob Carter plans to go to the Pel'tak to shut it off while Carter and O'Neill retrieve the crystals.
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On the way, they notice a group of dead Jaffa and while they examine the scene, Carter is distracted by a familiar noise. They both then look up to see a [[Replicator]] scaling up a wall. O'Neill contacts Jacob on the radio and recommends pulling back. Jacob seems to agree with him; Replicators have taken over the Pel'tak. With three minutes remaining, Carter still goes to find the crystals.
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With one minute left, Jacob awaits Carter and O'Neill in the ring room. They have retrieved the crystals, but they're being chased by Replicators. They are able to ring back on board the Ha'tak before being overrun by Replicators.
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[[File:Vlcsnap-2014-09-18-12h49m30s159.png|thumb|left|The Ha'tak's shields enduring the full force of Apophis' mothership blowing up.]]
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With no time to fix the hyperdrive, Jackson pilots the ship with [[sublight engine]]s to get as far away from Apophis' ship as possible. As it self-destructs, Jacob takes over control of the ship and transfers all power to the shields despite believing they won't make it and the shields are powerful enough to protect the Ha'tak from the shock wave.
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After the narrow escape, the Carters then start to utilize the newly acquired control crystals to repair the hyperdrive, which is a success. Their joy is short lived when Jackson calls for them, as he has detected something on board the sensors: a ship. When they arrive at the Pel'tak, they pick up a [[Tel'tak]] on sensors. Believing they may have escaped the Replicator incursion, Selmak hails them.
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[[File:Vlcsnap-2014-09-18-12h51m53s52.png|thumb|left|200px|The individual in the lone cargo ship is revealed to be none other than Teal'c.]]
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The individual who answers comes as a surprise for the team: Teal'c. He reveals that since Tanith presented him to Apophis, he managed to revive Teal'c in a [[sarcophagus]]. After the Replicators attacked, he and a small number of Jaffa who support the [[Jaffa Rebellion|rebellion]] were able to escape. They allow him to enter the ship.
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[[File:Vlcsnap-2014-09-18-12h55m02s107.png|thumb|right|200px|His weapon trained on his former teammates, Teal'c reveals to a shocked SG-1 that he is working for Apophis once again just as Apophis himself arrives.]]
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Sometime later, SG-1 and Teal'c reunite. O'Neill runs to him and they embrace. However, the reunion takes a shocking turn when Teal'c gets hold of Jack's [[M9 pistol|sidearm]] and aims it at them while other Jaffa appear and train their [[Zat'nik'tel]]s at them as well. O'Neill and the team wonder what is going on. Apophis enters the scene tp congratulate Teal'c, and inform him that he has resumed his rightful position as Apophis' [[First Prime]].
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SG-1 are stripped of their weapons and armor and taken to an empty room, where O'Neill thinks Teal'c has a plan going until Teal'c punches him in the face. Teal'c claims that he was in the service of Apophis all along for the past four years, and calls his four years with SG-1 "subterfuge" out of all the times O'Neill's life was in danger, he wished him to die.
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The team realize that he has been [[brainwashing|brainwashed]] to serve Apophis again, much like what Apophis did to Teal'c's son, [[Rya'c]]. Teal'c listens to them no further, and locks them in the room. Fortunately, Jacob is still at large. O'Neill asks Carter to see if she could look around the control panel and make the doors open.
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Teal'c and some of the other Jaffa unload the cargo, including a sarcophagus and some crates. However, unknown to them, as they leave the room, the top of one crate starts to dissolve, meaning the Replicators have boarded the ship.
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[[File:Vlcsnap-2014-09-18-12h59m08s46.png|thumb|left|200px|Apophis and his Red Jaffa in the main room of Cronus' ship.]]
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In the main room, Apophis examines his new Pel'tak and despises the late [[Cronus]]'s sense of decoration, calling the chair in question "disgusting". After a course for [[Delmak]] is plotted, Teal'c enters in his Jaffa armor and kneels down before Apophis. When Apophis says that Selmak has eluded capture, Teal'c promises to take care of it personally.
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[[File:Vlcsnap-2014-06-19-18h46m35s33.png|thumb|200px|Teal'c having become Apophis' First Prime once again.]]
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In the room, Carter, despite not knowing what to do, fiddles around with the control panel. Just then, the doors opens, revealing Jacob, who is busting them out. Just as they are about to leave, however, they are stopped by Teal'c, who after telling O'Neill that he would become the [[host]] to his symbiote, "[[Junior]]", shoots the control panel, before leaving them again. A few moments later, the ship unexpectedly drops out of hyperspace.
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[[File:Vlcsnap-2014-09-17-06h28m01s126.png|thumb|left|200px|Teal'c and two fellow Jaffa Serpent Guards in the engine room which has been infested by Replicators.]]
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As Teal'c investigates, he and the other two Jaffa find the engine room swarming with Replicators.
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The doors open partially in SG-1's cell. They then see a Replicator enter. Fortunately, it doesn't pay much attention to the team, as they don't pose them a threat, yet. They swiftly exit the room.
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Meanwhile, Teal'c informs Apophis that the ship is infested with Replicators, and their weapons have proven to be useless. Apophis sends his Jaffa to protect him while he walks out of the Pel'tak. However, they are cut off by Replicators. Apophis retreats back to the Pel'tak while his Jaffa troops stay back to fight the Replicators but unfortunately, their staff weapons and zats prove to be no match whatsoever for the Replicators and the Jaffa guards all die in the process. Furthermore, Replicators make their way to the Pel'tak.
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SG-1 arrive in a cargo room and find a crate carrying several [[FN P90 Personal Defense Weapon]]s. The team and Jacob arm themselves with P90s and body armor. Jack states that Daniel and Jacob are to go to the Tel'tak while Jack and Sam will get Teal'c back, brainwashed or not.
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[[File:Vlcsnap-2014-09-17-16h13m12s10.png|thumb|left|200px|Jack prepares to shoot Teal'c.]]
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[[File:Vlcsnap-2014-09-17-16h13m17s57.png|thumb|right|200px|Teal'c is hit.]]
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Teal'c and the rest of the Jaffa plan to use the [[Tau'ri]] weapons to dispatch the Replicators. Carter and O'Neill await in an ambush. O'Neill throws the [[shock grenade]], and after exchanging weapons fire, all the Jaffa guards except for Teal'c are killed. After shooting a Replicator, Teal'c is in a vulnerable position which means that Jack has a clear shot. Teal'c refuses to surrender, and aims his [[Staff weapon]] at O'Neill, intending to kill him. However Jack manages to wound him first with the force of the shot causing Teal'c to collapse to the ground. As they approach him, Carter checks for a pulse and discovers that Teal'c is still alive.
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They bring him back to the Ha'tak and tie Teal'c up, but the Ha'tak enters hyperspace, preventing their escape.
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[[File:Vlcsnap-2014-07-03-20h53m06s134.png|thumb|right|200px|Sam and Jacob examining the ship's computers.]]
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Jacob and Sam soon discover that the Replicators are heading towards [[Delmak]], the last set of co-ordinates Apophis entered. Also, the ship is going ten times faster than its normal top speed, and rising. Jacob think this is good news, since when the Replicators reach a critical number, they're going to need new resources, and Delmak sounds appetizing; they'd wipe out the Goa'uld and arrive home in no time.
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Jack points out this is far from good news, since they'd "eat" anything, and SG-1 can't let them get a [[foothold situation]] in the [[galaxy]] with Sam telling Jacob that the Replicators are relentless and that the Asgard haven't been able to stop them. Since they figured out Goa'uld computers from Apophis' mothership, they'd override the self-destruct very quickly.
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One alternative remains; the second the Ha'tak drops out of hyperspace, they'll destroy the sublight control crystals; because the Ha'tak uses the sublight engines to decelerate, without sublight, the Ha'tak will fly helplessly into the planet's surface, destroying it, and the Replicators, similar to what SG-1 did with the ''[[Biliskner]]'' [[Nemesis|two years ago]]. Since the Replicators would also deactivate the [[C-4]] timer, Carter proposes a close range burst of fire from a P90, though the engine room is bound to be "bug central." With the ship going 800 times faster than normal top speed, they have little time before the Ha'tak arrives at Delmak.
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[[File:Vlcsnap-2014-09-17-16h18m00s74.png|thumb|left|200px|The big beetle-like Replicator in the engine room, feeding power into the hyperdrive.]]
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Jacob is in the Tel'tak in the cargo bay while Carter, Jackson and O'Neill head to the engine room where they find a giant-beetle Replicator which is powering the hyperdrive. They open the panel that contains the sublight engine control crystals and wait.
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[[File:Vlcsnap-2014-09-18-13h06m23s45.png|thumb|right|200px|The Ha'tak approaching its destination, Delmak after dropping out of hyperspace.]]
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Moments later, the Ha'tak drops out of hyperspace, confirming that it's finally reached its pre-programmed destination, Delmak. As the giant Replicator powers down, Jack aims his P90 and fires at the crystals, instantly destroying them. The Replicators retaliate by sending a wave of Replicators. SG-1 retreats while taking turns firing.
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On the way, their exit is blocked, so they shoot their way through to the rings. However, as they transport on board the Tel'tak, the Replicators override the controls to the cargo bay doors, and they begin to close. Fortunately, they are able to leave before it completely closes.
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The Ha'tak is flying helplessly towards the planet. In the Pel'tak, the Replicators crawl over Apophis' personal shield. Apophis screams in defiance, obviously outraged that he has been finally defeated, this time permanently.
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[[File:Vlcsnap-2014-07-03-20h59m34s176.png|thumb|left|200px|The Ha'tak crashes into the planet, resulting in Apophis' death.]]
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The Ha'tak falls straight to the surface, causing mass destruction, as well as the death of the evil Apophis, once and for all. SG-1 watches the destruction, while O'Neill checks up on Teal'c. Jacob warns him that he has his body back, but getting his mind back will not be as easy.
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Teal'c informs O'Neill that he will not succumb to torture, but O'Neill insists he won't and apologizes for shooting him, before telling him that Apophis is dead. However, Teal'c doesn't believe him, claiming that Gods cannot be killed. Teal'c's words leave Jack completely and utterly stunned.
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==Appearances==
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{| class="mw-collapsible mw-collapsed wikitable" width="100%"
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! Appearances for Enemies
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'''Locations'''
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*[[Colorado Springs]], [[Colorado]]
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**[[Stargate Command]]
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***[[Briefing Room]]
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***[[Embarkation room]]
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***[[General's Office]]
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***[[Stargate Operations room]]
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*[[Delmak]]
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*[[Star (Enemies)]]
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*[[Unnamed galaxy (Enemies)|Unnamed Galaxy]]
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*[[Vorash system]] <small>(mentioned)</small>
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**[[Vorash's sun]] <small>(mentioned)</small>
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**[[Vorash]] <small>(mentioned)</small>
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'''Events'''
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*[[Jaffa Rebellion]] <small>(mentioned)</small>
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*[[Tau'ri-Goa'uld War]]/[[Asgard-Replicator war]]
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**[[Battle of the Vorash system]]
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'''Items'''
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*[[Blue giant]]
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*[[Brainwashing]]
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*[[C-4]]
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*[[Colt M16A3 rifle]]
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*[[Control crystal]]
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*[[Corona]]
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*[[Escape pod]] <small>(mentioned)</small>
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*[[First Prime]]
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*[[FN P90 Personal Defense Weapon]]
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*[[Foothold situation]]
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*[[Host]] <small>(mentioned)</small>
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*[[Hyperdrive]]
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*[[Hyperspace]]
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*[[M9 pistol]]
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*[[Pel'tak]]
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*[[Radiation]] <small>(mentioned)</small>
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*[[Sarcophagus]] <small>(mentioned)</small>
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*[[Self-destruct]]
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*[[Sensor]]
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*[[Shield]]
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*[[Shock grenade]]
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*[[Staff weapon]]
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*[[Sublight engine]] <small>(mentioned)</small>
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*[[Supernova]] <small>(mentioned)</small>
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*[[Symbiote]] <small>(mentioned)</small>
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*[[Transportation rings]]
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*[[Zat'nik'tel]]
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'''Vehicles'''
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*[[Apophis' mothership]]
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*[[Bilskirnir-class ship]] <small>(mentioned)</small>
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**''[[Biliskner]]'' <small>(mentioned)</small>
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*[[Ha'tak]]
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**[[Cronus' Ha'tak]]
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*[[Replicator patrol ship]]
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*[[Tel'tak]]
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**[[Apophis' Tel'tak]]
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'''Sentient Species'''
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*[[Asgard]] <small>(mentioned)</small>
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*[[Goa'uld]] <small>(mentioned)</small>
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*[[Jaffa]]
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*[[Replicator]]
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*[[Tau'ri]]
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*[[Tok'ra]]
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'''Organizations'''
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*[[Stargate Program]]
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**[[SG-1]]
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*[[System Lord]]s <small>(mentioned)</small>
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*[[United States Air Force]]
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'''Mentioned'''
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*[[Junior]]
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*[[Rya'c]]
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*[[Sokar]]
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*[[Thor]]
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|}
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==Notable quotes==
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'''O'Neill''': I'm enjoying their style. Shoot first, send flowers later. It works.
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'''Jacob''': I am Selmak of the Tok'ra, commander of this ship.<br />
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'''O'Neill''': You know, we really should talk about this commander thing.
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'''Carter''': This way, sir. It's not far.<br />
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'''O'Neill''': Carter, how do you know where to go in a place like this?<br />
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'''Carter''': I studied the Tok'ra specs of the ship while we were on Vorash.<br />
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'''O'Neill''': You know how to have a good time, don't you?<br />
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'''Carter''': I'm having a good time now, sir.<br />
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'''O'Neill''': You go, girl!!
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'''Jacob''': We're not gonna make it!!<br />
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''(Sometime later, the Ha'tak vessel narrowly avoids the destruction of Apophis' mothership)''<br />
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'''Jacob''': That was close.<br />
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'''O'Neill:''' I believe someone said... "we're not gonna make it!!"<br />
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'''Jacob''': Sam, let's get the hyperdrive running.<br />
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'''O'Neill''': Excuse me. I distinctly remember someone saying... "We're not gonna make it!" I think we made it.<br />
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'''Jacob''': I'm sorry, I overreacted.  At the time, it looked very much like we weren't going to make it.<br />
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'''O'Neill''': Yes, well, maybe next time you'll just wait and see.<br />
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'''Jacob''': And blow the last chance I might ever have to be right?<br />
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'''O'Neill''': What?<br />
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'''Carter''': Welcome to ''my'' life.<br />
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'''O'Neill''': What!?
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'''Jackson''': I was starting to worry you guys weren't gonna make it.<br />
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'''Jacob''': I didn't say it, though!!
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'''Carter''': Are we gonna make it?<br />
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'''Jacob''': I don't want to say.
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'''Jackson''': Come on Teal'c, you don't really think that you're still First Prime of Apophis?<br />
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'''Teal'c''': I have never ceased to be in the service of my god.<br />
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'''O'Neill''': All right, that's sounding a little brainwashy.
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'''O'Neill''': Come on, you and I together have taken down half a dozen Goa'ulds.<br />
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'''Teal'c''': Enemies of Apophis.<br />
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'''O'Neill''': And we kicked his ass twice! Hell, you sat around and watched him die once.
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'''O'Neill''': Come on Teal'c. A part of you has to know the truth.<br />
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'''Teal'c''': The truth is you are a prisoner of Apophis. When the symbiote that I carry matures, you will become its host.<br />
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'''O'Neill''': OK, I meant the other truth.
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'''Apophis''': (Upon surveying the Pel'tak of what was formerly Cronus' Ha'tak) Disgusting decoration!
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'''O'Neill''': That is a ''big'' bug.
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'''Apophis''': BAAAAAAAAAAAAH!!!
   
 
==Notes==
 
==Notes==
*This episode marks the final death of Apophis, though actor Peter Williams returns in several later episodes to reprise his role in flashbacks, hallucinations, and alternate realities.
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*While the [[Replicator]]s in earlier episodes were always spider-like, this episodes introduces them in several new insectoid-forms.
*While the Replicators in earlier episodes were always spider-like, this episodes introduces them in several new insect-forms.
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*This episode marks the final death of [[Apophis]], the seventh powerful [[Goa'uld]] who is killed by [[SG-1]], though actor [[Peter Williams]] returns in several later episodes to reprise his role in flashbacks, [[hallucinations]], and [[alternate timeline]]s.
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*This type of [[Replicator patrol ship]] is seen again in "[[Unnatural Selection]]". Other varieties of Replicator ships are seen in future episodes.
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*[[Colonel]] [[Jack O'Neill]] refers to [[SG-1]] "kicking Apophis' ass twice" in "[[The Serpent's Lair]]" and "[[Exodus]]" and his first death in "[[Serpent's Song]]" while [[Dr.]] [[Daniel Jackson]] refers to Apophis brainwashing [[Rya'c of Chulak|Rya'c]] in "[[Family]]".
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*This episode features the first time Jackson is seen using a [[FN P90 Personal Defense Weapon]]. He is usually seen with a [[M9 pistol]] or a [[Zat'nik'tel]].
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*[[Jacob Carter]] refers to Jack as "Mr. Positive", something O'Neill had previously referred himself as in the season 2 episode "[[Thor's Chariot]]".
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*In this episode one [[Ha'tak]] ship is destroyed by [[SG-1]]. This is the twenty-first since [[Stargate Command]]'s inception.
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==Goofs==
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*When [[Apophis]]' [[Apophis' mothership|ship]] explodes from the [[self-destruct]]. [[Selmak]] turns the [[sublight engine]]s off and transfers the power to the [[shield]]s. The ship is then shown slowing down and coming to a stop when it should have kept its momentum as things stay in motion until being affected by an outside force.
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*During the scene when Selmak explains to [[Colonel]] [[Jack O'Neill]] and [[Dr.]] [[Daniel Jackson]] that their [[hyperdrive]] is too damaged to repair, Jackson leans upon the bridge prop causing that part of it to wobble and make an audible clunk.
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==Awards==
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*Nominated Gemini for "Best Visual Effects" ([[James Tichenor]], [[Tom Brydon]], [[Doug Campbell]], [[Michelle Comens]], [[Shannon Gurney]], [[Brian Harder]], [[Craig Van Den Biggelaar]], [[Bruce Woloshyn]] and [[Kyle Yoneda]])
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*Nominated Primetime Emmy for "Outstanding Special Visual Effects for a Series" ([[James Tichenor]], [[Michelle Comens]], [[Shannon Gurney]], [[Bruce Woloshyn]], [[Tom Brydon]], [[Doug Campbell]], [[Kyle Yoneda]], [[Greg Hansen]] and [[Brian Harder]])
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==In other languages==
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*'''French''': Ennemis Jurés ''(Sworn Enemies)''
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*'''Italian''': Nemici'' (Enemies)''
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*'''Spanish''': Enemigos ''(Enemies)''
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*'''Czech''': Nepřátelé ''(Enemies)''
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*'''German''': Todfeinde ''(Mortal Enemies)''
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*'''Hungarian''': Ellenségek ''(Enemies)''
   
==Sources==
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"Enemies" is the first episode of the fifth season of Stargate SG-1.

SynopsisEdit

The supernova causes SG-1 and Apophis' ships to jump 4 million light years. SG-1 hides from Apophis, but after coming out again, they find Apophis' mothership completely abandoned. It is discovered Apophis and his Jaffa fled the ship after it is taken over by Replicators. They infest the Ha'tak, and furthermore, Apophis has brainwashed Teal'c, and is now working against his team.

Previously on Stargate SG-1Edit

SG-1 and the Tok'ra are pushed to destroy Apophis once and for all after Tanith escapes the Tok'ra prison and alerts Apophis to Vorash. In order to destroy him, they plan to set Vorash's sun to go supernova by using the Stargate to dial P3W-451 and cause the sun to go critical. However, in the meantime, an Al'kesh attacks SG-1's Ha'tak but is destroyed by Colonel Jack O'Neill and Teal'c in a Death Glider who crash on Vorash in the process. On the way to the Transportation rings, Teal'c gets shot by a Jaffa and supposedly dies before he is taken by Tanith to be presented to Apophis as a "gift". The sun successfully goes supernova, wiping out Apophis' fleet. However, seconds after they exit hyperspace, SG-1 and Selmak/Jacob Carter realize that the supernova has caused the Ha'tak to travel 4 million light years to an Unnamed Galaxy, and it will take them over 120 years to get back at top speed. Worse still, it's also revealed that Apophis' mothership has also survived which leaves the team stunned.

PlotEdit

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Jacob, Sam, Jack and Daniel in the main area of the ship.

With very little choice (weapons won't cause a dent in Apophis' mothership, and hyperdrives are offline), SG-1 and Selmak/Jacob Carter decide to make contact with Apophis in order not to get killed. However, Apophis shows no interest in what they are going to say, and even ignores their surrender, saying "Klavel ha" in Goa'uld, which Daniel translates as "too late."

Apophis charges up weapons, but takes a while in actually firing them, which makes the team feel uneasy. However, as the ship finally fires, the shots all miss the Ha'tak as Apophis is trying to hit a second unidentified vessel instead. The ship's shield proves powerful, and even uses its weapons to block several shots, as well as firing back at Apophis.

While Colonel Jack O'Neill admires the people of the ship for fighting Apophis first, calling their style "shoot first, send flowers later", Jacob decides to retreat, since they have no idea if the aliens on board the ship are hostile or not. He sets a course for the corona of the system's Blue giant, since its radiation can make them invisible to ship's sensors, but SG-1 would also be blind.

Another problem is that they have one hour until the radiation could become dangerous so Jacob and his daughter, Major Samantha Carter decide to fix the shields to buy them nine more hours.

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Sam and Jacob in the engine room.

While they are repairing them, Carter won't stop thinking about the loss of Teal'c. After they switch the control crystals, the shields are back online. However, they discover another problem; the hyperdrive crystals are burnt, and with no spare crystals, they can't go into hyperspace.

In the Pel'tak, Dr. Daniel Jackson asks O'Neill what happened on Vorash. O'Neill is reluctant but eventually explains they were ambushed by Jaffa and that Teal'c was shot in the back.

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Hammond meeting Councilwoman Ren'al and her two Tok'ra guards.

Meanwhile, in Stargate Command, a Tok'ra contingent arrives in the Gate Room. One of them introduces herself as councilwoman Ren'al. She informs Major General George S. Hammond that the plan to wipe out Apophis' fleet worked, though they did find a one-man pod that traveled to Goa'uld-occupied territory, but the identity of the occupant is unknown for the time being.

They also inform Hammond that they detected two distortions during the supernova, implying two ships may have escaped, though they are confident nobody would have survived, thinking SG-1 and Selmak were those people. Ren'al tells Hammond that whether they survived or not, their actions caused a power vacuum for the Goa'uld, who would be fighting each other for years to come. When they consider the team heroes, Hammond says to her; "you'll forgive me for holding out hope a little longer. SG-1 has a surprisingly good habit of beating the odds."

The shields have almost become ineffective to the radiation, and Carter and Selmak are still unable to repair the hyperdrive, as even retro-fitting other crystals doesn't work. With no alternative, they must risk leaving the corona of the blue giant and face whoever may have survived.

As they leave the corona, they see that Apophis' ship is still around, but the other ship isn't. Fortunately, they notice no life signs on board. They decide to take the opportunity to commandeer the ship, since it has a faster hyperdrive and more advanced weapons and shields, and at the very least, they could retrieve the necessary control crystals for the damaged hyperdrive.

However, as they enter the ship via the transportation rings, they hear a self-destruct counting down on four minutes. Jacob Carter plans to go to the Pel'tak to shut it off while Carter and O'Neill retrieve the crystals.

On the way, they notice a group of dead Jaffa and while they examine the scene, Carter is distracted by a familiar noise. They both then look up to see a Replicator scaling up a wall. O'Neill contacts Jacob on the radio and recommends pulling back. Jacob seems to agree with him; Replicators have taken over the Pel'tak. With three minutes remaining, Carter still goes to find the crystals.

With one minute left, Jacob awaits Carter and O'Neill in the ring room. They have retrieved the crystals, but they're being chased by Replicators. They are able to ring back on board the Ha'tak before being overrun by Replicators.

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The Ha'tak's shields enduring the full force of Apophis' mothership blowing up.

With no time to fix the hyperdrive, Jackson pilots the ship with sublight engines to get as far away from Apophis' ship as possible. As it self-destructs, Jacob takes over control of the ship and transfers all power to the shields despite believing they won't make it and the shields are powerful enough to protect the Ha'tak from the shock wave.

After the narrow escape, the Carters then start to utilize the newly acquired control crystals to repair the hyperdrive, which is a success. Their joy is short lived when Jackson calls for them, as he has detected something on board the sensors: a ship. When they arrive at the Pel'tak, they pick up a Tel'tak on sensors. Believing they may have escaped the Replicator incursion, Selmak hails them.

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The individual in the lone cargo ship is revealed to be none other than Teal'c.

The individual who answers comes as a surprise for the team: Teal'c. He reveals that since Tanith presented him to Apophis, he managed to revive Teal'c in a sarcophagus. After the Replicators attacked, he and a small number of Jaffa who support the rebellion were able to escape. They allow him to enter the ship.

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His weapon trained on his former teammates, Teal'c reveals to a shocked SG-1 that he is working for Apophis once again just as Apophis himself arrives.

Sometime later, SG-1 and Teal'c reunite. O'Neill runs to him and they embrace. However, the reunion takes a shocking turn when Teal'c gets hold of Jack's sidearm and aims it at them while other Jaffa appear and train their Zat'nik'tels at them as well. O'Neill and the team wonder what is going on. Apophis enters the scene tp congratulate Teal'c, and inform him that he has resumed his rightful position as Apophis' First Prime.

SG-1 are stripped of their weapons and armor and taken to an empty room, where O'Neill thinks Teal'c has a plan going until Teal'c punches him in the face. Teal'c claims that he was in the service of Apophis all along for the past four years, and calls his four years with SG-1 "subterfuge" out of all the times O'Neill's life was in danger, he wished him to die.

The team realize that he has been brainwashed to serve Apophis again, much like what Apophis did to Teal'c's son, Rya'c. Teal'c listens to them no further, and locks them in the room. Fortunately, Jacob is still at large. O'Neill asks Carter to see if she could look around the control panel and make the doors open.

Teal'c and some of the other Jaffa unload the cargo, including a sarcophagus and some crates. However, unknown to them, as they leave the room, the top of one crate starts to dissolve, meaning the Replicators have boarded the ship.

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Apophis and his Red Jaffa in the main room of Cronus' ship.

In the main room, Apophis examines his new Pel'tak and despises the late Cronus's sense of decoration, calling the chair in question "disgusting". After a course for Delmak is plotted, Teal'c enters in his Jaffa armor and kneels down before Apophis. When Apophis says that Selmak has eluded capture, Teal'c promises to take care of it personally.

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Teal'c having become Apophis' First Prime once again.

In the room, Carter, despite not knowing what to do, fiddles around with the control panel. Just then, the doors opens, revealing Jacob, who is busting them out. Just as they are about to leave, however, they are stopped by Teal'c, who after telling O'Neill that he would become the host to his symbiote, "Junior", shoots the control panel, before leaving them again. A few moments later, the ship unexpectedly drops out of hyperspace.

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Teal'c and two fellow Jaffa Serpent Guards in the engine room which has been infested by Replicators.

As Teal'c investigates, he and the other two Jaffa find the engine room swarming with Replicators.

The doors open partially in SG-1's cell. They then see a Replicator enter. Fortunately, it doesn't pay much attention to the team, as they don't pose them a threat, yet. They swiftly exit the room.

Meanwhile, Teal'c informs Apophis that the ship is infested with Replicators, and their weapons have proven to be useless. Apophis sends his Jaffa to protect him while he walks out of the Pel'tak. However, they are cut off by Replicators. Apophis retreats back to the Pel'tak while his Jaffa troops stay back to fight the Replicators but unfortunately, their staff weapons and zats prove to be no match whatsoever for the Replicators and the Jaffa guards all die in the process. Furthermore, Replicators make their way to the Pel'tak.

SG-1 arrive in a cargo room and find a crate carrying several FN P90 Personal Defense Weapons. The team and Jacob arm themselves with P90s and body armor. Jack states that Daniel and Jacob are to go to the Tel'tak while Jack and Sam will get Teal'c back, brainwashed or not.

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Jack prepares to shoot Teal'c.

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Teal'c is hit.

Teal'c and the rest of the Jaffa plan to use the Tau'ri weapons to dispatch the Replicators. Carter and O'Neill await in an ambush. O'Neill throws the shock grenade, and after exchanging weapons fire, all the Jaffa guards except for Teal'c are killed. After shooting a Replicator, Teal'c is in a vulnerable position which means that Jack has a clear shot. Teal'c refuses to surrender, and aims his Staff weapon at O'Neill, intending to kill him. However Jack manages to wound him first with the force of the shot causing Teal'c to collapse to the ground. As they approach him, Carter checks for a pulse and discovers that Teal'c is still alive.

They bring him back to the Ha'tak and tie Teal'c up, but the Ha'tak enters hyperspace, preventing their escape.

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Sam and Jacob examining the ship's computers.

Jacob and Sam soon discover that the Replicators are heading towards Delmak, the last set of co-ordinates Apophis entered. Also, the ship is going ten times faster than its normal top speed, and rising. Jacob think this is good news, since when the Replicators reach a critical number, they're going to need new resources, and Delmak sounds appetizing; they'd wipe out the Goa'uld and arrive home in no time.

Jack points out this is far from good news, since they'd "eat" anything, and SG-1 can't let them get a foothold situation in the galaxy with Sam telling Jacob that the Replicators are relentless and that the Asgard haven't been able to stop them. Since they figured out Goa'uld computers from Apophis' mothership, they'd override the self-destruct very quickly.

One alternative remains; the second the Ha'tak drops out of hyperspace, they'll destroy the sublight control crystals; because the Ha'tak uses the sublight engines to decelerate, without sublight, the Ha'tak will fly helplessly into the planet's surface, destroying it, and the Replicators, similar to what SG-1 did with the Biliskner two years ago. Since the Replicators would also deactivate the C-4 timer, Carter proposes a close range burst of fire from a P90, though the engine room is bound to be "bug central." With the ship going 800 times faster than normal top speed, they have little time before the Ha'tak arrives at Delmak.

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The big beetle-like Replicator in the engine room, feeding power into the hyperdrive.

Jacob is in the Tel'tak in the cargo bay while Carter, Jackson and O'Neill head to the engine room where they find a giant-beetle Replicator which is powering the hyperdrive. They open the panel that contains the sublight engine control crystals and wait.

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The Ha'tak approaching its destination, Delmak after dropping out of hyperspace.

Moments later, the Ha'tak drops out of hyperspace, confirming that it's finally reached its pre-programmed destination, Delmak. As the giant Replicator powers down, Jack aims his P90 and fires at the crystals, instantly destroying them. The Replicators retaliate by sending a wave of Replicators. SG-1 retreats while taking turns firing.

On the way, their exit is blocked, so they shoot their way through to the rings. However, as they transport on board the Tel'tak, the Replicators override the controls to the cargo bay doors, and they begin to close. Fortunately, they are able to leave before it completely closes.

The Ha'tak is flying helplessly towards the planet. In the Pel'tak, the Replicators crawl over Apophis' personal shield. Apophis screams in defiance, obviously outraged that he has been finally defeated, this time permanently.

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The Ha'tak crashes into the planet, resulting in Apophis' death.

The Ha'tak falls straight to the surface, causing mass destruction, as well as the death of the evil Apophis, once and for all. SG-1 watches the destruction, while O'Neill checks up on Teal'c. Jacob warns him that he has his body back, but getting his mind back will not be as easy.

Teal'c informs O'Neill that he will not succumb to torture, but O'Neill insists he won't and apologizes for shooting him, before telling him that Apophis is dead. However, Teal'c doesn't believe him, claiming that Gods cannot be killed. Teal'c's words leave Jack completely and utterly stunned.

AppearancesEdit

Appearances for Enemies

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Events

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Mentioned

Notable quotesEdit

O'Neill: I'm enjoying their style. Shoot first, send flowers later. It works.

Jacob: I am Selmak of the Tok'ra, commander of this ship.
O'Neill: You know, we really should talk about this commander thing.

Carter: This way, sir. It's not far.
O'Neill: Carter, how do you know where to go in a place like this?
Carter: I studied the Tok'ra specs of the ship while we were on Vorash.
O'Neill: You know how to have a good time, don't you?
Carter: I'm having a good time now, sir.
O'Neill: You go, girl!!

Jacob: We're not gonna make it!!
(Sometime later, the Ha'tak vessel narrowly avoids the destruction of Apophis' mothership)
Jacob: That was close.
O'Neill: I believe someone said... "we're not gonna make it!!"
Jacob: Sam, let's get the hyperdrive running.
O'Neill: Excuse me. I distinctly remember someone saying... "We're not gonna make it!" I think we made it.
Jacob: I'm sorry, I overreacted.  At the time, it looked very much like we weren't going to make it.
O'Neill: Yes, well, maybe next time you'll just wait and see.
Jacob: And blow the last chance I might ever have to be right?
O'Neill: What?
Carter: Welcome to my life.
O'Neill: What!?

Jackson: I was starting to worry you guys weren't gonna make it.
Jacob: I didn't say it, though!!

Carter: Are we gonna make it?
Jacob: I don't want to say.

Jackson: Come on Teal'c, you don't really think that you're still First Prime of Apophis?
Teal'c: I have never ceased to be in the service of my god.
O'Neill: All right, that's sounding a little brainwashy.

O'Neill: Come on, you and I together have taken down half a dozen Goa'ulds.
Teal'c: Enemies of Apophis.
O'Neill: And we kicked his ass twice! Hell, you sat around and watched him die once.

O'Neill: Come on Teal'c. A part of you has to know the truth.
Teal'c: The truth is you are a prisoner of Apophis. When the symbiote that I carry matures, you will become its host.
O'Neill: OK, I meant the other truth.

Apophis: (Upon surveying the Pel'tak of what was formerly Cronus' Ha'tak) Disgusting decoration!

O'Neill: That is a big bug.

Apophis: BAAAAAAAAAAAAH!!!

NotesEdit

  • While the Replicators in earlier episodes were always spider-like, this episodes introduces them in several new insectoid-forms.
  • Jacob Carter refers to Jack as "Mr. Positive", something O'Neill had previously referred himself as in the season 2 episode "Thor's Chariot".

GoofsEdit

  • When Apophis' ship explodes from the self-destruct. Selmak turns the sublight engines off and transfers the power to the shields. The ship is then shown slowing down and coming to a stop when it should have kept its momentum as things stay in motion until being affected by an outside force.

AwardsEdit

In other languagesEdit

  • French: Ennemis Jurés (Sworn Enemies)
  • Italian: Nemici (Enemies)
  • Spanish: Enemigos (Enemies)
  • Czech: Nepřátelé (Enemies)
  • German: Todfeinde (Mortal Enemies)
  • Hungarian: Ellenségek (Enemies)

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