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Season seven of Stargate SG-1 began airing on June 13, 2003 on the US-American Sci-Fi Channel. The seventh season concluded after 22 episodes on March 19, 2004 on British Sky One, which overtook the Sci-Fi Channel in mid-season. It was intended on being SG-1's final season, where Stargate: Atlantis would continue on.

Broadcast Episodes

Image Title Number Airdate Planet(s) Race(s) Enemies
Fallen (Stargate SG-1) "Fallen (Part 2 of 3)" 701 June 13, 2003 Earth, Vis Uban Goa'uld, Jaffa, Langaran, Tok'ra Anubis
Jonas Quinn's search for the "Lost City" leads SG-1 to Vis Uban, where they find Dr. Daniel Jackson, who seemed to have de-ascended, and has no memories of his past life whatsoever. Meanwhile, Anubis is now using his superweapon to thwart his enemies, and is also made aware of Vis Uban. Quinn and Jackson must sneak onboard his mothership to disable the weapon, while Major Samantha Carter and Colonel Jack O'Neill use their F-302 fighter-interceptor to penetrate its shield.
Homecoming (Stargate SG-1) "Homecoming (Part 3 of 3)" 702 June 13, 2003 Earth, Langara Nomads of Vis Uban, Goa'uld, Jaffa, Langaran Anubis, Hale
Jonas Quinn is captured by Anubis, where he learns of the location of Langara, and the Naquadria so he can use the element to rebuild his superweapon. While Anubis holds the planet prisoner, Teal'c is having a hard time convincing Yu's forces to attack Anubis, so he has his First Prime, Oshu convince Ba'al to join in.
Fraglie balance (Stargate SG-1) "Fragile Balance" 703 June 20, 2003 Earth Asgard Loki
A teenager claiming to be Colonel Jack O'Neill arrives in Stargate Command. Believing him to be an imposter, the teen manages to recite every key event from fellow team members. After believing it to be O'Neill, they find out he's a botched clone. They investigate what has happened to the real O'Neill.
Orpheus (Stargate SG-1) "Orpheus" 704 June 27, 2003 Earth, Erebus Jaffa Erebus Commander
Teal'c is shot on a mission and is determined to make his recovery as quick as possible, since Rya'c and Bra'tac have been captured and work as slaves on Erebus. Dr. Daniel Jackson starts to remember a few events from his time while he ascended, and uses them to aid several SG teams to infiltrate the labor camp and rescue the imprisoned Jaffa.
Revisions (Stargate SG-1) "Revisions" 705 July 11, 2003 Earth, P3X-289 People of P3X-289 Link
SG-1 finds a civilization living in a Dome on an unlivable planet. The seemingly peaceful civilization use geothermal energy to maintain the dome. However, mysteriously, several people start disappearing, and the dome is slowly shrinking.
Lifeboat (Stargate SG-1) "Lifeboat" 706 July 18, 2003 Earth, P2A-347 Talthun N/A
While examining a crashed alien ship called the Stromos, Dr. Daniel Jackson is struck with a power surge. After returning to Stargate Command, it is discovered that several consciousnesses from the people trapped in stasis are in Jackson's head.
Enemy mine (Stargate SG-1) "Enemy Mine" 707 July 25, 2003 Earth, P3X-403 Unas Unas
SG-11 is attempting to mine Naquadah on P3X-403 and have alerted a number of native Unas, after they provoked their sacred ground. The only hope for a truce is for Dr. Daniel Jackson to bring Chaka to 403. However, the Tau'ri military do not wish an alliance.
Space race (Stargate SG-1) "Space Race" 708 August 1, 2003 Earth, Hebridan Hebridian, Serrakin Del Tynan
Warrick Finn from Hebridan comes to Earth and asks Major Samantha Carter for assistance to win an annual Hebridian race in exchange for advanced technology.
Avenger 2.0 (Stargate SG-1) "Avenger 2.0" 709 August 8, 2003 Earth, P3L-997, P4F-221, P5S-117 Jaffa Ba'al
After his job is threatened, Dr. Jay Felger desperately plans on Avenger, a computer virus that could render a Dial Home Device useless to keep his position in Stargate Command. However, the plan goes awry, as soon, every Stargate in the Milky Way is affected, caused by the virus, which puts the entire galaxy into a stand still.
Birthright (Stargate SG-1) "Birthright" 710 August 15, 2003 Earth, Hak'tyl Hak'tyl Resistance N/A
SG-1 encounter the Hak'tyl Resistance, a group of rebel Jaffa females who renounced their "god" Moloc as a false one, after realizing he had ordered all young females to be put to death. SG-1 propose that they no longer need to rely on symbiotes, since they are running low on them, and offers them a substitute, Tretonin. Meanwhile, Teal'c gets closer to the Hak'tyl leader, Ishta.
Evolution part 1 (Stargate SG-1) "Evolution (Part 1 of 2)" 711 August 22, 2003 Earth, Ramius' homeworld Goa'uld, Jaffa, Kull, Tok'ra Anubis, Kull
Anubis has created an army of invulnerable killing machines called Kull warriors to do his work and wipe out the rival Goa'uld. They have armor that impervious to all known weapons. The only way to stop them is for Dr. Daniel Jackson to go to a hidden temple in Honduras that is the origin of the "fountain of youth" myth.
Evolution Part 2 "Evolution (Part 2 of 2)" 712 January 9, 2004 Earth, Tartarus Goa'uld, Jaffa, Kull, Tok'ra Anubis, Kull, Raphael
Dr. Daniel Jackson and Dr. Bill Lee are captured by Honduran rebels after getting their hands on a device that could stop the Kull warriors. As Colonel Jack O'Neill launches a secret mission with an old acquaintance to retrieve the two, the rest of the team uncover more information on the warriors by infiltrating Tartarus, the planet on which they are created.
Grace (Stargate SG-1) "Grace" 713 January 16, 2004 Earth Interstellar cloud, Unknown Unknown
While on a routine journey to Earth, the Prometheus makes first contact with an unfriendly ship, and is attacked. Whilst retreating to a Interstellar cloud, Major Samantha Carter is knocked unconscious. She awakens only to find the ship completely abandoned in the Interstellar cloud, but has several hallucinations of the rest of team, and a little girl named Grace.
Fallout (Stargate SG-1) "Fallout" 714 January 23, 2004 Earth, Langara Langaran Kianna Cyr's Goa'uld
Jonas Quinn arrives back to Earth for help, due to the mining of the Naquadria, Langara experiences several violent tremors, and will face an earthquake that will destroy Kelowna.
Chimera (Stargate SG-1) "Chimera" 715 January 30, 2004 Earth Goa'uld Osiris
Dr. Daniel Jackson is plagued with several dreams involving his past, but this time is pushed by Sarah Gardner to reveal the location of the Lost City. However, little does he know, Osiris visits him in his sleep every night until he can find out the city's location. Meanwhile, Major Samantha Carter is seeing someone, a Denver cop named Pete Shanahan.
Death knell (Stargate SG-1) "Death Knell" 716 February 6, 2004 Alpha Site (Second), Earth Jaffa, Tok'ra, Kull Kull
The Kull warriors have infiltrated the Alpha Site, where work on a weapon to stop them is taking place. The base is destroyed, but Major Samantha Carter is missing, on the run, trying to hide from a warrior. Meanwhile, the Tok'ra-Tau'ri-Jaffa alliance is once again challenged.
Heroes part 1 (Stargate SG-1) "Heroes (Part 1 of 2)" 717 February 13, 2004 Earth, P3X-666 N/A N/A
Towards the end of his term, the President of the United States sends a film crew to document the life of SGC personnel in case the public gets news of the Stargate Program's existence.
Herospart211 "Heroes (Part 2 of 2)" 718 February 20, 2004 Earth, P3X-666 Jaffa Jaffa
During a firefight between SG teams and Jaffa patrols on P3X-666, one major team member is killed in action, but the filming crew has no idea who.
Resurrection (Stargate SG-1) "Resurrection" 719 February 27, 2004 Earth Goa'uld Anna/Sekhmet, Keffler
SG-1 minus Colonel Jack O'Neill are in Los Angeles where the NID discover a rogue experiment. Also, a Goa'uld explosive device is activated, and they have only hours to deactivate it, or the entire city will be destroyed.
Inauguration (Stargate SG-1) "Inauguration" 720 March 5, 2004 Earth N/A N/A
The newly inaugurated President of the United States, Henry Hayes, is briefed on the Stargate Program by his Vice President, Robert Kinsey. Kinsey once again attempts to install his own people at the SGC with the help of Agent Richard Woolsey. Woolsey discovers Kinsey's true intentions.
LostcityPart111 "Lost City (Part 1 of 2)" 721 March 12, 2004 Chulak, Earth, P3X-439 Goa'uld, Kull Anubis, Kull
As SG-1 continue to search for the Lost City, they uncover a Repository of knowledge that may hold the secret to its location. However, Earth is threatened when it's revealed Anubis is planning an imminent attack. The SGC has been temporarily shut down with Dr. Elizabeth Weir serving as the replacement for General Hammond.
Battle of Antarctica "Lost City (Part 2 of 2)" 722 March 19, 2004 Chulak, Earth, Proclarush Chulakian, Goa'uld, Kull Anubis, Kull
As Anubis' fleet grows closer to Earth, Col. O'Neill begins feeling the effects of the Ancient knowledge. In an effort to find the Lost City before Anubis' attack, O'Neill leads SG-1 to Praclarush, where the nature of the Lost City is revealed.


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  • Nominated Saturn Award for "Best Actor in a Television Series" (Richard Dean Anderson)
  • Nominated Saturn Award for "Best Actor in a Television Series" (Michael Shanks)
  • Nominated Saturn Award for "Best Supporting Actress in a Television Series" (Amanda Tapping)
  • Nominated SFX Award for "Best TV Show"





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