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  | country      = {{USA}}<br/>{{CAN}}
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  | num episodes = 22
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  | network      = [[Network::Showtime]]
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  | first aired  = [[Start date::June 29, 2001]] ([[Showtime]])
  | first aired  = [[Start date::June 7, 2002]] (Sci Fi Channel)
  | last aired  = [[End date::February 6, 2002]] ([[Sky1]])
  | last aired  = [[End date::February 19, 2003]] ([[Sky1]])
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  | prev        = [[Stargate SG-1 Season 4|Season 4]]
  | prev        = [[Stargate SG-1 Season 5|Season 5]]
  | next        = [[Stargate SG-1 Season 6|Season 6]]
  | next        = [[Stargate SG-1 Season 7|Season 7]]
  | episode list = [[Stargate SG-1 list of episodes|List of episodes]]
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The '''fifth season''' of ''[[Stargate SG-1]]'' commenced airing on [[Showtime]] in the United States on June 29, 2001, concluded on [[Sky1]] in the United Kingdom on February 6, 2002, and contained 22 episodes. The fifth season introduces future main character from [[Jonas Quinn]] portrayed by [[Corin Nemec]] from 2002-2004. The fifth season is about the ongoing war with the [[Goa'uld Empire]] after the death of [[Apophis]] at the start of the season and the rise of a new [[System Lord]] named [[Anubis]]. SG-1, a military-science team, are set to explore the Milky Way Galaxy.
'''Season six''' of ''[[Stargate SG-1]]'' began airing on June 7, 2002 on [[Sci Fi Channel|Sci Fi]]. The sixth season concluded after 22 episodes on February 19, 2003 on British [[Sky1]], which overtook the Sci-Fi Channel in mid-season. The series was developed by [[Brad Wright]] and [[Jonathan Glassner]]. Season six regular cast members include [[Richard Dean Anderson]], [[Amanda Tapping]], [[Christopher Judge]], [[Corin Nemec]], and [[Don S. Davis]].


The one-hour premiere {{ep|Enemies}}, which debuted on June 29, 2001 on Showtime had the lowest syndication of the seasons episode, but overall got a high viewership level. This would be the last season to feature Apophis alive, but he would return in dreams and alternate realities and timelines. The series was developed by [[Brad Wright]] and [[Jonathan Glassner]]. Season five regular cast members include [[Richard Dean Anderson]], [[Michael Shanks]], [[Amanda Tapping]], [[Christopher Judge]], and [[Don S. Davis]].
== Production ==
 
"[[Redemption]]" features a brand new opening sequence, with various shots of the gate spinning, and Michael Shanks' name being removed to make way for Corin Nemec's in between Christopher Judge and Don S. Davis. The following episode, {{ep|Descent}}, has a different title sequence.  
 
In most of the shots in {{ep|Abyss}} where [[Ba'al]] is talking to O'Neill, [[Cliff Simon]] is actually talking to a stand-in for O'Neill and not [[Richard Dean Anderson]] due to the limited time Richard Dean Anderson had in which to film the episode.<ref>Audio commentary for {{ep|Abyss}}</ref> A series of three different sets were used to represent the cells; a horizontal cell, a vertical cell and a pivoting cell for the scenes in which the chamber is seen rotating. A blend of shots filmed in all three sets was used each time O'Neill is retrieved from or returned to his cell.
 
{{ep|Shadowplay}} was written as an homage to John Nash, see ''[[w:A Beautiful Mind (film)|A Beautiful Mind]]''.<ref>Audio commentary for {{ep|Shadowplay}}</ref>


== Production ==
Most of {{ep|Paradise Lost}} was shot at [[w:Pitt Lake|Pitt Lake]], near Vancouver.<ref>Audio commentary for {{ep|Paradise Lost}}</ref>
 
{{ep|Disclosure}} is the third [[clip show]] within ''Stargate SG-1'', with the first being {{ep|Politics}} and the second being {{ep|Out of Mind}}. None of the regular characters except General Hammond are featured.
 
{{ep|The Changeling}} was written by Christopher Judge, who plays [[Teal'c]]. The parts of the episode where Teal'c is a human take place in [[w:Coquitlam|Coquitlam]], which is a city in the [[w:Greater Vancouver Regional District|Greater Vancouver Regional District]]. (Vancouver, the city where ''Stargate SG-1'' is filmed, is also part of this district.)


Many crew members appeared in {{ep|Wormhole X-Treme!}}, the 100th episode of ''Stargate SG-1''. The director of a ''Wormhole X-Treme!'' episode, played by [[Peter DeLuise]], was the director of this ''Stargate SG-1'' episode. A ''Wormhole X-Treme!'' writer is played by [[Robert C. Cooper]], a ''Stargate SG-1'' writer and executive producer. Further cameos include [[Joseph Mallozzi]] (who co-wrote this episode), producer [[N. John Smith]], and ''Stargate SG-1'' writer [[Ron Wilkerson]] as ''Wormhole X-Treme!'' crew members; ''Stargate SG-1'' property master [[David Sinclair]] as the ''Wormhole X-Treme!'' assistant director; make-up artist [[Jan Newman]] as a make-up artist; director [[Andy Mikita]] and producer [[John Lenic]] as the characters being beaten by Col. Danning; ''Stargate SG-1'' director [[Martin Wood]] as an [[NID]] agent; and several more. The two executives who commented on how unrealistic Lloyd's spacecraft looked are played by ''Stargate SG-1'' executive producer [[Michael Greenburg]] and executive producer/co-creator [[Brad Wright]].<ref name="rdanderson">{{cite web |last= |first=|url=http://www.rdanderson.com/stargate/database/databas5.htm#Xtreme |title=Stargate SG-1: Mission Database |publisher=''RDAnderson'' |date= |accessdate=2009-06-16}}</ref><ref name="wormholextreme">{{cite video |people=[[Peter DeLuise|DeLuise, Peter]], [[Joseph Mallozzi|Mallozzi, Joseph]] and Tichenor, James |date=2004 |title=Audio Commentary for "[[Wormhole X-Treme! (Stargate SG-1)|Wormhole X-Treme!]]" |medium= DVD |publisher=[[MGM Home Entertainment]]}}</ref>
{{ep|Full Circle}} is the last episode to feature Corin Nemec as a main cast member. It is also the last episode where [[Skaara]] ([[Alexis Cruz]]) appears.


In {{ep|Proving Ground}}, [[Elisabeth Rosen]] appears as Lieutenant [[Jennifer Hailey]], who originally appeared in the episode {{ep|Prodigy}}. [[Courtenay J. Stevens]] appears as Lieutenant [[Elliot]], a role which he would reprise in the episodes {{ep|Summit}} and {{ep|Last Stand}}.  He would also later appear in the first season of ''[[Stargate Atlantis]]'', playing the role of [[Keras]] in {{ep|Childhood's End}}.<ref name="Childend">{{cite video |people=[[Martin Gero|Gero, Martin]], [[Rachel Luttrell|Luttrell, Rachel]] and [[Rainbow Sun Francks|Sun Francks, Rainbow]] |date=2005 |title=Audio Commentary for {{ep|Childhood's End}} |medium= DVD |publisher=[[MGM Home Entertainment]]}}</ref> [[David Kopp (actor)|David Kopp]] appears as Lieutenant [[Grogan]], who would return in Season Five episode {{ep|The Sentinel}}. [[Grace Park]], famed for her appearance on the re-imagined ''[[battlestar:Battlestar Galactica (TRS)|Battlestar Galactica]]'' as Sharon Valerii, makes an appearance as Lieutenant [[Satterfield]]. {{ep|48 Hours}} marks the first appearance of [[David Hewlett]] as [[Rodney McKay]]. He would recur in future ''Stargate SG-1'' episodes and join the main cast of ''[[Stargate Atlantis]]''. For {{ep|Summit}}, [[Martouf]] was originally meant to appear, having survived {{ep|Divide and Conquer}}. However, [[J.R. Bourne]] was unavailable for filming, which necessitated developing a new host for [[Lantash]].<ref name="rippleffect">{{cite video |people=[[Joseph Mallozzi|Mallozzi, Joseph]] and Comens, Michelle |date=2006 |title=Audio Commentary for {{ep|Ripple Effect}} |medium= DVD |publisher=[[MGM Home Entertainment]]}}</ref>
{{ep|The Other Guys}} features a [[w:Klingon|Klingon]] [[w:Bat'leth|Bat'leth]] mounted on the wall behind the throne of [[Khonsu]] of Amon Shek.


[[Jonas Quinn]] makes his first appearance in {{ep|Meridian}}, and goes on to take [[Daniel Jackson]]'s place on SG-1 throughout season six. Jackson does not appear in {{ep|Revelations}}. However, it is implied at the end that the breeze SG-1 feels is Daniel. [[Michael Shanks]] does appear as the voice of [[Thor]]. This is the last episode where Michael Shanks would be listed in the main cast until season seven. [[Teryl Rothery]] who portrayed [[Janet Fraiser]] does the voice of [[Heimdall]].  According to the episode audio commentary, Rothery performed her lines on-set to help give the actors a reference point. However, [[Richard Dean Anderson]], [[Christopher Judge]] and Rothery could not keep a straight face as the eye line they were given was a blinking light in Rothery's chest. This episode broke the SG-1 tradition of ending the season half way through the episode, or an end of the season [[w:cliffhanger|cliffhanger]].<ref name="revelations">{{cite video |people=[[Joseph Mallozzi|Mallozzi, Joseph]], [[Martin Wood|Wood, Martin]], [[Paul Mullie|Mullie, Paul]] and [[James Tichenor|Tichenor, James]] |date=2004 |title=Audio Commentary for {{ep|Revelations}} |medium= DVD |publisher=[[MGM Home Entertainment]]}}</ref>
== Release ==


== Reception ==
Upon its initial airing, {{ep|Prometheus}} became [[Sci Fi Channel|the Sci Fi channel]]'s highest rated one-hour episode of a series, earning a 2.0 household [[w:Nielsen rating|Nielsen rating]].<ref name=variety>[http://www.variety.com/article/VR1117871914.html?categoryid=1236&cs=1 'Stargate' levitates - Entertainment News, Los Angeles, Media - Variety<!-- Bot generated title -->]</ref>


{{ep|Enemies}} was nominated for an [[w:Emmy|Emmy]] in the category "Outstanding Special Visual Effects for a Series" and a [[w:Gemini Award|Gemini Award]] in the category "Best Visual Effects". For {{ep|Ascension}}, [[Amanda Tapping]] won a [[w:Leo Award|Leo Award]] in the category "Dramatic Series: Best Lead Performance - Female". For {{ep|Proving Ground}}, [[Andy Mikita]] was nominated for a [[w:Leo Award|Leo Award]] in the category "Dramatic Series: Best Director". {{ep|The Warrior}} was nominated for a Leo Award in the category "Dramatic Series: Best Overall Sound". {{ep|Revelations}} was nominated for an Emmy in the category "Outstanding Special Visual Effects for a Series", and won a [[w:Gemini Award|Gemini Award]] in the category "Best Visual Effects".
{{ep|Redemption, Part 2}} was nominated for a [[w:Gemini Award|Gemini Award]] in the category "Best Visual Effects". {{ep|Descent}} was nominated for a Gemini Award in the category "Best Visual Effects". {{ep|Nightwalkers}} was nominated for a Gemini Award in the category "Best Photography in a Dramatic Program or Series". {{ep|Unnatural Selection}} was nominated for a Leo in the category "Dramatic Series: Best Visual Effects". For {{ep|Unnatural Selection}}, [[Andy Mikita]] was nominated for a [[w:Leo Award|Leo Award]] in the category "Dramatic Series: Best Director". {{ep|Metamorphosis}} won a Leo Award in the category "Dramatic Series: Best Make-Up".


== Cast ==
== Cast ==
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!Number of episodes
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| [[Richard Dean Anderson]] || [[Colonel]] [[Jack O'Neill]] || 22 episodes
| [[Richard Dean Anderson]] || [[Colonel]] [[Jack O'Neill]] || 20/22 episodes
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| [[Michael Shanks]] || [[Doctor|Dr.]] [[Daniel Jackson]] || 21 episodes
| [[Amanda Tapping]] || [[Major]] [[Samantha Carter]] || 21/22 episodes
|-
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| [[Amanda Tapping]] || [[Major]] [[Samantha Carter]] || 22 episodes
| [[Christopher Judge]] || [[Teal'c]] || 21/22 episodes
|-
|-
| [[Christopher Judge]] || [[Teal'c]] || 22 episodes
| [[Corin Nemec]] || [[Jonas Quinn]] || 21/22 episodes
|-
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| [[Don S. Davis]] || [[Major Général]] [[George Hammond]] || 21 episodes
| [[Don S. Davis]] || [[Major General]] [[George Hammond]] || 22/22 episodes
|}
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!Number of episodes
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| [[Gary Jones]] || [[MSgt.]] [[Walter Harriman]] || 12 episodes
| [[Gary Jones]] || [[MSgt.]] [[Walter Harriman]] || 15/22 episodes
|-
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| [[Teryl Rothery]] || [[Janet Fraiser]] || 9 episodes
| [[Teryl Rothery]] || [[Dr.]] [[Janet Fraiser]] || 11/22 episodes
|-
|-
| [[John de Lancie]] || [[Colonel]] [[Frank Simmons]] || 4 episodes
| [[Dan Shea]] || [[MSgt.]] [[Sylvester Siler]] || 6/22 episodes
|-
|-
| [[Dan Shea]] || MSgt. [[Sylvester Siler]] || 4 episodes
| [[Michael Shanks]] || [[Dr.]] [[Daniel Jackson]] || 4/22 episodes
|-
|-
| [[Carmen Argenziano]] || [[Jacob Carter]]/[[Selmak]] || 4 episodes
| [[Tony Amendola]] || [[Bra'tac]] || 4/22 episodes
|-
|-
| [[Courtenay J. Stevens]] || [[Lt.]] [[Elliot]] || 3 episodes
| [[Colin Cunningham]] || [[Major]] [[Paul Davis]] || 4/22 episodes
|-
|-
| [[Anna-Louise Plowman]] || [[Sarah Gardner]]/[[Osiris]] || 3 episodes
| [[Carmen Argenziano]] || [[Jacob Carter]]/[[Selmak]] || 3/22 episodes
|-
|-
| [[Vince Crestejo]] || [[Yu-huang Shang Ti]] || 3 episodes
| [[David Palffy]] || [[Anubis]] || 3/22 episodes
|-
|-
| [[Peter Williams]] || [[Apophis]] || 2 episodes
| [[Gary Chalk]] || [[Colonel]] [[Chekov]] || 3/22 episodes
|-
|-
| [[Peter Wingfield]] || [[Tanith]] || 2 episodes
| [[Michael Shanks]] || the voice of [[Thor]] || 3/22 episodes
|-
|-
| [[Bill Marchant]] || [[Adrian Conrad]] || 2 episodes
| [[Rob Lee]] || [[Major]] [[Ben Pierce]] || 3/22 episodes
|-
|-
| [[Tom McBeath]] || [[Harry Maybourne]] || 2 episodes
| [[Neil Denis]] || [[Rya'c]] || 2/22 episodes
|-
|-
| [[Gary Chalk]] || [[Colonel]] [[Chekov]] || 2 episodes
| [[Peter Stebbings]] || [[Malek]] || 2/22 episodes
|-
|-
| [[Tony Amendola]] || [[Bra'tac]] || 2 episodes
| [[Michael Adamthwaite]] || [[Her'ak]] || 2/22 episodes
|-
|-
| [[Kevin Durand]] || [[Zipacna]] || 2 episodes
| [[Ronny Cox]] || [[Senator]] [[Robert Kinsey]] || 2/22 episodes
|-
|-
| [[Colin Cunningham]] || [[Major]] [[Paul Davis]] || 2 episodes
| [[David Hewlett]] || [[Dr.]] [[Rodney McKay]] || 2/22 episodes
|-
|-
| [[Cliff Simon]] || [[Ba'al]] || 2 episodes
| [[Christopher Kennedy]] || [[Captain]] [[Larry Murphy]] || 2/22 episodes
|-
|-
| [[David Kopp]] || [[Lt.]] [[Carl Grogan]] || 2 episodes
| [[Aleks Paunovic]] || [[Shaq'rel]] || 2/22 episodes
|-
|-
| [[William deVry]] || [[Aldwin]] || 2 episodes
| [[Dorian Harewood]] || [[Thoran]] || 2/22 episodes
|-
| [[Anthony Ulc]] || [[Major]] [[Mansfield (SG-17)|Mansfield]] || 2 episodes
|-
| [[Kwesi Ameyaw]] || [[Olokun]] || 2 episodes
|-
| [[Suleka Mathew]] || [[Kali]] || 2 episodes
|-
| [[Natasha Khadr]] || [[Bastet]] || 2 episodes
|-
| [[Bonnie Kilroe]] || [[Morrigan]] || 2 episodes
|-
| [[Paul Anthony]] || [[Ba'al's lo'taur]] || 2 episodes
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| [[Andrew Kavadas]] || [[Zipacna's Jaffa]] || 2 episodes
|}
|}


== Episodes ==
== Episodes ==
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!Enemies
!Enemies
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|rowspan="2"|[[File:Enemies.jpg|150px]]
|rowspan="2"|[[File:Redemption, Part 1.jpg|150px]]
|'''{{ep|Enemies}}''' ''(part 2 of 2)''
|'''[[Episode:Redemption, Part 1|"Redemption", Part 1]]''' ''(Part 1 of 2)''
|5.01
|6.01
|June 29, [[2001]]
|June 7, [[2002]]
|[[Delmak]], [[Earth]]
|[[Chulak]], [[Earth]], [[P2X-374]]
|[[Goa'uld]], [[Replicators]], [[Tok'ra]]
|[[Chulakian]]
|[[Apophis]], [[Teal'c]], [[Replicators]]
|[[Anubis]]
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|colspan="6"|[[SG-1]] finds themselves stranded in a crippled ship in a distant galaxy &mdash; with [[Apophis]] threatening to destroy them. [[Teal'c]] is [[brainwashing|brainwash]]ed and made loyal to Apophis once again.
|colspan="6"|Tragedy reunites [[Teal'c]] with [[Rya'c|his son]], who blames him for the death of [[Drey'auc|his mother]]. [[Jack O'Neill|O'Neill]] and [[Samantha Carter|Carter]] launch a risky plan with untested technology when [[Earth]] comes under attack by the [[Goa'uld]].
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|rowspan="2"|[[File:Threshold.jpg|150px]]
|rowspan="2"|[[File:Redemption, Part 2.jpg|150px]]
|'''{{ep|Threshold }}'''
|'''[[Episode:Redemption, Part 2|"Redemption", Part 2]]''' ''(Part 2 of 2)''
|5.02
|6.02
|July 6, [[2001]]
|June 14, [[2002]]
|[[Chulak]], [[Earth]]
|[[Anubis' World]], [[Earth]]
|[[Jaffas]]
|[[Chulakian]], [[Jaffa]]
|N/A
|[[Anubis]]
|-
|-
|colspan="6"|His [[Brainwashing|mind altered]] by [[Apophis]], [[Teal'c]] must undergo a [[Rite of M'al Sharran|ritual that takes him to the edge of death itself]], in order for him to rediscover who he is.
|colspan="6"|[[Samantha Carter|Carter]] must find [[X-302|a way]] to save [[Earth]] from total destruction at [[Anubis|the hands of the Goa'uld]], who have turned the [[Stargate]] into a doomsday bomb. [[Rya'c]] joins his [[Teal'c|father]] on a mission to destroy the [[Stargate destroyer|Goa'uld weapon]].
|-
|-
|rowspan="2"|[[File:Ascension (episode).jpg|150px]]
|rowspan="2"|[[File:Descent (episode).jpg|150px]]
|'''{{ep|Ascension}}'''
|'''"[[Episode:Descent|Descent]]"'''
|5.03
|6.03
|July 13, [[2001]]
|June 21, [[2002]]
|[[Earth]], [[Velona]]
|[[Earth]]
|[[Ancient]]
|[[Asgard]]
|N/A
|[[Ninja Jaffa]]
|-
|-
|colspan="6"|[[Orlin|An alien being]] is smitten with [[Samantha Carter|Carter]] and follows her back to [[Earth]], assuming human form and pursuing a relationship with her.
|colspan="6"|[[SG-1]] boards an [[Anubis' mothership|abandoned Goa'uld mothership]] that has mysteriously arrived in [[Earth]]'s orbit, and must escape the doomed vessel when it crashes into the ocean.
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|rowspan="2"|[[File:The Fifth Man.jpg|150px]]
|rowspan="2"|[[File:Frozen (episode).jpg|150px]]
|'''{{ep|The Fifth Man}}'''
|'''"[[Episode:Frozen|Frozen]]"'''
|5.04
|6.04
|July 20, [[2001]]
|June 28, [[2002]]
|[[Earth]], [[P7S-441]]
|[[Earth]]
|[[Jaffas]], [[Reole]]
|[[Ancient]], [[Tok'ra]]
|[[Jaffas]]
|Plague
|-
|-
|colspan="6"|[[Jack O'Neill|O'Neill]] and Lieutenant [[Tyler]] are ambushed by [[Goa'uld]] forces and trapped behind enemy lines &mdash; while the rest of [[SG-1|their team]] discover they don't know who Tyler is.
|colspan="6"|[[SG-1]] investigates the discovery of a [[Ayiana|woman]] frozen in the ice in [[Antarctica]], who may be a link to the [[Ancients|gate builders]]. A [[Ancient contagion|mysterious disease]] threatens to kill everyone at the [[White Rock research station|research base]].
|-
|-
|rowspan="2"|[[File:Red Sky.jpg|150px]]
|rowspan="2"|[[File:Nightwalkers.jpg|150px]]
|'''{{ep|Red Sky}}'''
|'''"[[Episode:Nightwalkers|Nightwalkers]]"'''
|5.05
|6.05
|July 27, [[2001]]
|July 12, [[2002]]
|[[Earth]], [[K'tau]]
|[[Earth]]
|[[Asgard]], [[K'Tau]]
|N/A
|N/A
|[[Steveston]] residents
|-
|-
|colspan="6"|[[SG-1]] discovers that their trip through the [[Stargate]] may have inadvertently doomed an [[K'Tau|entire civilization]], and plead with the [[Asgard]] for assistance.
|colspan="6"|[[Samantha Carter|Carter]], [[Teal'c]] and [[Jonas Quinn|Jonas]] investigate the death of a [[Richard Flemming|scientist]] with connections to the [[NID|Goa'uld]], and find a [[Steveston|small town]] whose [[Steveston's people|citizens]] harbor a dark secret.
|-
|-
|rowspan="2"|[[File:Rite of Passage.jpg|150px]]
|rowspan="2"|[[File:Abyss (episode).jpg|150px]]
|'''{{ep|Rite of Passage}}'''
|'''"[[Episode:Abyss|Abyss]]"'''
|5.06
|6.06
|August 3, [[2001]]
|July 19, [[2002]]
|[[Earth]]
|[[Ba'al's outpost]], [[Earth]]
|[[Hankan]]
|[[Jaffa]], [[Tok'ra]]
|[[Nirrti]]
|[[Ba'al]]
|-
|-
|colspan="6"|[[Cassandra]] mysteriously falls ill, sending [[SG-1]] back to her [[Hanka|home planet]] &mdash; where they uncover a [[Nirrti|dark Goa'uld secret]].
|colspan="6"|[[Jack O'Neill|O'Neill]] is captured and [[torture]]d by the [[Ba'al|Goa'uld]], and must rely on an [[Daniel Jackson|old friend]] to survive.
|-
|-
|rowspan="2"|[[File:Beast of Burden.jpg|150px]]
|rowspan="2"|[[File:Shadow Play.jpg|150px]]
|'''{{ep|Beast of Burden}}'''
|'''"[[Episode:Shadow Play|Shadow Play]]"'''
|5.07
|6.07
|August 10, [[2001]]
|July 26, [[2002]]
|[[Burrock's World]], [[Earth]], [[P3X-888]]
|[[Earth]], [[Langara]]
|[[Burrock's people]], [[Unas]]
|[[Langaran]]
|[[Burrock]]
|N/A
|-
|-
|colspan="6"|[[SG-1]] discovers a [[Burrock's people|civilization]] that uses [[Unas]] as slave labor, and attempt to liberate [[Daniel Jackson|Daniel's]] friend, [[Chaka]].
|colspan="6"|[[Kelownans|Jonas' people]] ask [[Earth]] for military aide in an impending war with their rival nations, but his [[Kieran|former]] mentor offers another solution: a [[Kelownan resistance|resistance movement]] ready for a coup.
|-
|-
|rowspan="2"|[[File:The Tomb.jpg|150px]]
|rowspan="2"|[[File:The Other Guys.jpg|150px]]
|'''{{ep|The Tomb}}'''
|'''"[[Episode:The Other Guys|The Other Guys]]"'''
|5.08
|6.08
|August 17, [[2001]]
|August 3, [[2002]]
|[[Earth]], [[P2X-338]]
|[[Khonsu's World]]
|[[Goa'uld]]
|[[Jaffa]], [[Tok'ra]]
|[[Marduk]]
|[[Her'ak]]
|-
|-
|colspan="6"|[[SG-1]] teams with a [[Russia]]n unit when one of their [[Stargate]] teams goes missing in a mysterious alien [[P2X-238|ziggurat]].
|colspan="6"|When [[SG-1]] is captured by the [[Khonsu|Goa'uld]], a pair of scientists mount a rescue operation&hellip; whether they're wanted or not.
|-
|-
|rowspan="2"|[[File:Between Two Fires.jpg|150px]]
|rowspan="2"|[[File:Allegiance.jpg|150px]]
|'''{{ep|Between Two Fires}}'''
|'''"[[Episode:Allegiance|Allegiance]]"'''
|5.09
|6.09
|August 24, [[2001]]
|August 10, [[2002]]
|[[Earth]], [[Tollana]]
|[[P3X-984]]
|[[Goa'ulds]], [[Tollans]]
|[[Jaffa]], [[Tok'ra]]
|[[Tanith]]
|[[Ashrak]]
|-
|-
|colspan="6"|The [[Tollans]] offer [[Earth]] advanced weapons [[Tollan technology|technology]], prompting a secret investigation on [[Tollana]] &mdash: one that leads to a [[Tanith|startling discovery]].
|colspan="6"|Tensions rise between the [[Tok'ra]] and [[Jaffa rebellion|rebel Jaffa]] at the [[Alpha site|S.G.C.'s offworld base]] when they are attacked by an [[Ashrak (Allegiance)|invisible enemy]].
|-
|-
|rowspan="2"|[[File:2001.jpg|150px]]
|rowspan="2"|[[File:Cure (episode).jpg|150px]]
|'''{{ep|2001}}'''
|'''"[[Episode:Cure|Cure]]"'''
|5.10
|6.10
|August 31, [[2001]]
|August 17, [[2002]]
|[[Earth]], [[Volia]]
|[[Pangar]]
|[[Aschens]], [[Volians]]
|[[Pangaran]], [[Tok'ra]]
|[[Aschens]]
|N/A
|-
|-
|colspan="6"|[[SG-1]] encounters a potential new, technologically advanced ally in the war against the [[Goa'uld]] &mdash; though they do not know the [[Aschen]]'s dark secret.
|colspan="6"|[[Pangar|An alien world]] offers [[Earth]] a [[Tretonin|medicine with the power to cure any illness]] &mdash; but the hidden price may be too high to pay.
|-
|-
|rowspan="2"|[[File:Desperate Measures.jpg|150px]]
|rowspan="2"|[[File:Prometheus (episode).jpg|150px]]
|'''{{ep|Desperate Measures}}'''
|'''"[[Episode:Prometheus|Prometheus]]"''' ''(Part 1 of 2)''
|5.11
|6.11
|September 7, [[2001]]
|August 24, [[2002]]
|[[Earth]]
|[[Earth]]
|N/A
|[[Asgard]], [[Goa'uld]]
|[[Adrian Conrad]], [[Frank Simmons]]
|[[Adrian Conrad]], [[Frank Simmons]]
|-
|-
|colspan="6"|When [[Major]] [[Samantha Carte|Carter]] is kidnapped by a [[Adrian Conrad|terminally ill man]] who intends to use a [[Goa'uld symbiote]] to save his life, [[Jack O'Neill|O'Neill]] is forced to team up with an [[Harry Maybourne|old foe]] to find her.
|colspan="6"|[[Julia Dononva|A news reporter]] threatens to expose a [[X-303|top-secret military project]], but when [[Samantha Carter|Carter]] and [[Jonas Quinn|Jonas]] give her a tour of the X-303, they discover that she is a pawn in a [[Frank Simmons|much larger plot]].
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|-
|rowspan="2"|[[File:Wormhole X-Treme!.jpg|150px]]
|rowspan="2"|[[File:Unnatural Selection.jpg|150px]]
|'''{{ep|Wormhole X-Treme!}}'''
|'''"[[Episode:Unnatural Selection|Unnatural Selection]]"''' ''(Part 2 of 2)''
|5.12
|6.12
|September 8, [[2001]]
|January 10, [[2003]]
|[[Earth]], [[Mars]]
|[[Earth]], [[Hala]]
|[[Martin's people]]
|[[Asgard]], [[Replicator]]
|[[Peter Tanner]]
|[[First]], [[Human-form Replicator]]s
|-
|-
|colspan="6"|An [[Martin's escape ship|alien ship]] approaches [[Earth]], sending [[SG-1]] to an old friend for some answers &mdash; where they discover that [[Martin Lloyd]] has created a [[Wormhole X-Treme!|TV show]] about the [[Stargate program]].
|colspan="6"|[[SG-1|The team]] is called into battle unexpectedly when the [[Halla|Asgard homeworld]] is overrun by [[Replicators]] &mdash; which have evolved into a startling [[Human-form Replicator|new form]].
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|rowspan="2"|[[File:Sight Unseen (episode).jpg|150px]]
|'''{{ep|Proving Ground}}'''
|'''"[[Episode:Sight Unseen|Sight Unseen]]"'''
|5.13
|6.13
|March 8, [[2002]]
|January 17, [[2003]]
|[[Earth]]
|[[Earth]]
|N/A
|[[Interdimensional bug]]
|N/A
|N/A
|-
|-
|colspan="6"|[[SG-1]] trains a team of raw cadets, and Colonel [[Jack O'Neill|O'Neill]] is forced to take them into a real-life battle situation when he learns of a possible alien incursion at the [[S.G.C.]]
|colspan="6"|[[SG-1|The team]] returns to [[Earth]] with a [[interdimensional visibility device|piece of technology]] that allows them to see [[interdimensional insects|alien creatures]] everywhere, and must attempt to contain the problem when it spreads beyond the base.
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|rowspan="2"|[[File:Smoke & Mirrors.jpg|150px]]
|'''{{ep|48 Hours}}'''
|'''"[[Episode:Smoke & Mirrors|Smoke & Mirrors]]"'''
|5.14
|6.14
|March 15, [[2002]]
|January 24, [[2003]]
|[[Earth]], [[Memphis]]
|[[Earth]]
|[[Goa'ulds]]
|N/A
|[[Tanith]], [[Adrian Conrad]], [[Frank Simmons]]
|Rogue [[NID]]
|-
|-
|colspan="6"|After an accident with the [[Stargate]] traps [[Teal'c]] in transit, [[SG-1]] must turn to [[Russia]] &mdash; and to their enemies &mdash; for help before time runs out.
|colspan="6"|[[Colonel]] [[Jack O'Neill|O'Neill]] is charged with the murder of [[Senator]] [[Robert Kinsey|Kinsey]], and the [[SG-1|rest of the team]] must uncover a conspiracy in order to clear his name.
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|rowspan="2"|[[File:Paradise Lost (episode).jpg|150px]]
|'''{{ep|Summit}}''' ''(part 1 of 2)''
|'''"[[Episode:Paradise Lost|Paradise Lost]]"'''
|5.15
|6.15
|March 22, [[2002]]
|January 31, [[2003]]
|[[Earth]], [[Revanna]]
|[[P5X-777]] and [[Utopian moon]]
|[[Goa'ulds]], [[Tok'ra]]
|N/A
|[[Ba'al]], [[Osiris]], [[Zipacna]]
|N/A
|-
|-
|colspan="6"|The [[Tok'ra]] send [[Daniel Jackson]] to a secret meeting between the [[System Lords]], unaware that a new power is about to attack the Tok'ra homeworld.
|colspan="6"|[[Colonel]] [[Jack O'Neill|O'Neill]] is trapped on an [[Utopian moon|alien planet]] with [[Harry Maybourne|Maybourne]], and must fight to stay alive as his companion becomes increasingly paranoid.
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|rowspan="2"|[[File:Metamorphosis (episode).jpg|150px]]
|'''{{ep|Last Stand}}''' ''(part 2 of 2)''
|'''"[[Episode:Metamorphosis|Metamorphosis]]"'''
|5.16
|6.16
|March 29, [[2002]]
|February 7, [[2003]]
|[[Revanna]]
|[[Earth]], [[P3X-367]]
|[[Goa'ulds]], [[Tok'ra]]
|[[People of P3X-367]], [[Hok'tar]]
|[[Ba'al]], [[Osiris]], [[Zipacna]]
|[[Nirrti]]
|-
|-
|colspan="6"|Dr. [[Daniel Jackson|Jackson]]'s undercover mission to a Goa'uld summit is complicated by the arrival of a [[Osiris|surprise guest]]. Meanwhile, the [[SG-1|rest of the team]] is buried under the surface of the [[Tok'ra]] homeworld after a Goa'uld attack.
|colspan="6"|[[SG-1]] attempts to save a [[P3X-367|planet]]'s [[Alebran's people|inhabitants]] from [[Nirrti]]'s [[genetic experimentation]], but find themselves to be her next victims.
|-
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|rowspan="2"|[[File:Fail Safe.jpg|150px]]
|rowspan="2"|[[File:Disclosure.jpg|150px]]
|'''{{ep|Fail Safe}}'''
|'''"[[Episode:Disclosure|Disclosure]]"'''
|5.17
|6.17
|April 5, [[2002]]
|February 14, [[2003]]
|[[Earth]], [[Revanna]]
|[[Earth]]
|[[Asgards]], [[Tok'ra]]
|[[Asgard]]
|N/A
|N/A
|-
|-
|colspan="6"|[[Earth]] finds itself threatened by something even larger than the Goa'uld when the [[SG-1|team]] learns that an [[asteroid]] is on a collision course with the planet.
|colspan="6"|[[General]] [[George Hammond|Hammond]] and [[the Pentagon]] reveal the existence of the [[Stargate]] to other world governments, and must defend the fact that the [[Stargate program|program]] is operated by the United States military.
|-
|-
|rowspan="2"|[[File:The Warrior.jpg|150px]]
|rowspan="2"|[[File:Forsaken.jpg|150px]]
|'''{{ep|The Warrior}}'''
|'''"[[Episode:Forsaken|Forsaken]]"'''
|5.18
|6.18
|April 12, [[2002]]
|February 21, [[2003]]
|[[P3X-042]]
|[[Earth]], [[P4X-131]]
|[[Jaffa]]
|[[Hebridian]], [[Serrakin]]
|[[K'tano]]/[[Imhotep]]
|[[Aden Corso]], [[Lyle Pender]], [[Tanis Reynard]]
|-
|-
|colspan="6"|[[K'tano|A charismatic Jaffa leader]] seeks to forge an alliance between [[Earth]] and his [[Jaffa rebellion|rebel followers]], winning the allegiance of [[Teal'c]] and [[Bra'tac]].
|colspan="6"|When [[SG-1|the team]] finds a [[Sebrus|crashed ship]] on another planet, their efforts to help the crew effect repairs are hindered by a group of aliens.
|-
|-
|rowspan="2"|[[File:Menace.jpg|150px]]
|rowspan="2"|[[File:The Changeling.jpg|150px]]
|'''{{ep|Menace}}'''
|'''"[[Episode:The Changeling|The Changeling]]"'''
|5.19
|6.19
|April 26, [[2002]]
|February 28, [[2003]]
|[[Earth]], [[Reese's World]]
|[[Earth]]
|[[Replicators]]
|[[Jaffa]]
|[[Reese]], [[Replicators]]
|N/A
|-
|-
|colspan="6"|[[SG-1]] encounters a [[Reese|young woman]] with the ability to control [[Replicators]], and who may hold the key to the salvation of the [[Asgard]].
|colspan="6"|A near-death trial causes [[Teal'c]] to imagine his life as very different from the one he knows, where he is a normal person living on [[Earth]] &mdash; until he can no longer distinguish reality.
|-
|-
|rowspan="2"|[[File:The Sentinel.jpg|150px]]
|rowspan="2"|[[File:Memento.jpg|150px]]
|'''{{ep|The Sentinel}}'''
|'''"[[Episode:Memento|Memento]]"'''
|5.20
|6.20
|May 3, [[2002]]
|March 7, [[2003]]
|[[Jaffa]], [[Latona]]
|[[Tagrea]], P3X-744
|[[Jaffa]], [[Latonans]]
|[[Tagrean]]
|[[Svarog]]
|[[Kalfas]]
|-
|-
|colspan="6"|[[SG-1]] must turn to a pair of convicted criminals to save a [[Latona|world]] from annihilation by the [[Goa'uld]].
|colspan="6"|''[[Prometheus]]'' is forced to land on an [[Tagrea|alien world]], where the local [[Stargate]] is the team's only chance of returning home &mdash; though the [[Tagreans|local population]] believe the gate to be a myth.
|-
|-
|rowspan="2"|[[File:Meridian.jpg|150px]]
|rowspan="2"|[[File:Prophecy.jpg|150px]]
|'''{{ep|Meridian}}'''
|'''"[[Episode:Prophecy|Prophecy]]"'''
|5.21
|6.21
|May 10, [[2002]]
|March 14, [[2003]]
|[[Earth]], [[Langara]]
|[[Earth]], [[P4S-237]]
|[[Langaran]]
|[[People of P4S-237]], [[Jaffa]]
|N/A
|[[Mot]]
|-
|-
|colspan="6"|[[Daniel Jackson]] is exposed to a lethal dose of [[radiation]] while visiting an [[Langarans|alien civilization]] that is building a [[Naquadria|weapon of mass destruction]].
|colspan="6"|[[SG-1|The team]] finds an [[P4S-237|impoverished world]] enslaved by a [[Mot|Goa'uld underlord]], but their plans to free it may be compromised when [[Jonas Quinn|Jonas]] experiences unexplained visions of the future.
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|rowspan="2"|[[File:Revelations.jpg|150px]]
|rowspan="2"|[[File:Full Circle (episode).jpg|150px]]
|'''{{ep|Revelations}}'''
|'''"[[Episode:Full Circle|Full Circle]]"'''
|5.22
|6.22
|May 17, [[2002]]
|March 21, [[2003]]
|[[Adara II]], [[Earth]]
|[[Abydos]], [[Earth]]
|[[Asgard]], [[Goa'ulds]]
|[[Abydonian]], [[Ancient]], [[Goa'uld]]
|[[Anubis]], [[Osiris]]
|[[Anubis]]
|-
|-
|colspan="6"|[[SG-1]] must come to the rescue of their once-powerful allies when the Goa'uld attack a secret Asgard laboratory.
|colspan="6"|[[SG-1]] is called to defend the [[Abydonians|people]] of [[Abydos]] from the Goa'uld once again when they learn that [[Anubis]], in search of a [[Eye of Ra|powerful device]], is about to attack.
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Stargate SG-1 Season 6
Stargate SG-1 Season 6 DVD cover.jpg
Last Season 6 5-DVD set cover
Country of origin  USA
 Canada
No. of episodes 22
Broadcast
Original channel Sci Fi Channel
Original run June 7, 2002 (Sci Fi Channel) — February 19, 2003 (Sky1)
Home video release
DVD release
Region 1 March 2, 2004
Region 2 February 2, 2004
Region 4 January 19, 2005
Season chronology
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List of episodes

Season six of Stargate SG-1 began airing on June 7, 2002 on Sci Fi. The sixth season concluded after 22 episodes on February 19, 2003 on British Sky1, which overtook the Sci-Fi Channel in mid-season. The series was developed by Brad Wright and Jonathan Glassner. Season six regular cast members include Richard Dean Anderson, Amanda Tapping, Christopher Judge, Corin Nemec, and Don S. Davis.

Production

"Redemption" features a brand new opening sequence, with various shots of the gate spinning, and Michael Shanks' name being removed to make way for Corin Nemec's in between Christopher Judge and Don S. Davis. The following episode, "Descent", has a different title sequence.

In most of the shots in "Abyss" where Ba'al is talking to O'Neill, Cliff Simon is actually talking to a stand-in for O'Neill and not Richard Dean Anderson due to the limited time Richard Dean Anderson had in which to film the episode.[1] A series of three different sets were used to represent the cells; a horizontal cell, a vertical cell and a pivoting cell for the scenes in which the chamber is seen rotating. A blend of shots filmed in all three sets was used each time O'Neill is retrieved from or returned to his cell.

"Shadow Play" was written as an homage to John Nash, see A Beautiful Mind.[2]

Most of "Paradise Lost" was shot at Pitt Lake, near Vancouver.[3]

"Disclosure" is the third clip show within Stargate SG-1, with the first being "Politics" and the second being "Out of Mind". None of the regular characters except General Hammond are featured.

"The Changeling" was written by Christopher Judge, who plays Teal'c. The parts of the episode where Teal'c is a human take place in Coquitlam, which is a city in the Greater Vancouver Regional District. (Vancouver, the city where Stargate SG-1 is filmed, is also part of this district.)

"Full Circle" is the last episode to feature Corin Nemec as a main cast member. It is also the last episode where Skaara (Alexis Cruz) appears.

"The Other Guys" features a Klingon Bat'leth mounted on the wall behind the throne of Khonsu of Amon Shek.

Release

Upon its initial airing, "Prometheus" became the Sci Fi channel's highest rated one-hour episode of a series, earning a 2.0 household Nielsen rating.[4]

"Redemption", Part 2 was nominated for a Gemini Award in the category "Best Visual Effects". "Descent" was nominated for a Gemini Award in the category "Best Visual Effects". "Nightwalkers" was nominated for a Gemini Award in the category "Best Photography in a Dramatic Program or Series". "Unnatural Selection" was nominated for a Leo in the category "Dramatic Series: Best Visual Effects". For "Unnatural Selection", Andy Mikita was nominated for a Leo Award in the category "Dramatic Series: Best Director". "Metamorphosis" won a Leo Award in the category "Dramatic Series: Best Make-Up".

Cast

Main characters

Actor Character Number of episodes
Richard Dean Anderson Colonel Jack O'Neill 20/22 episodes
Amanda Tapping Major Samantha Carter 21/22 episodes
Christopher Judge Teal'c 21/22 episodes
Corin Nemec Jonas Quinn 21/22 episodes
Don S. Davis Major General George Hammond 22/22 episodes

Recurring characters

Actor Character Number of episodes
Gary Jones MSgt. Walter Harriman 15/22 episodes
Teryl Rothery Dr. Janet Fraiser 11/22 episodes
Dan Shea MSgt. Sylvester Siler 6/22 episodes
Michael Shanks Dr. Daniel Jackson 4/22 episodes
Tony Amendola Bra'tac 4/22 episodes
Colin Cunningham Major Paul Davis 4/22 episodes
Carmen Argenziano Jacob Carter/Selmak 3/22 episodes
David Palffy Anubis 3/22 episodes
Gary Chalk Colonel Chekov 3/22 episodes
Michael Shanks the voice of Thor 3/22 episodes
Rob Lee Major Ben Pierce 3/22 episodes
Neil Denis Rya'c 2/22 episodes
Peter Stebbings Malek 2/22 episodes
Michael Adamthwaite Her'ak 2/22 episodes
Ronny Cox Senator Robert Kinsey 2/22 episodes
David Hewlett Dr. Rodney McKay 2/22 episodes
Christopher Kennedy Captain Larry Murphy 2/22 episodes
Aleks Paunovic Shaq'rel 2/22 episodes
Dorian Harewood Thoran 2/22 episodes

Episodes

Image Title Number Airdate Planet(s) Race(s) Enemies
Redemption, Part 1.jpg "Redemption", Part 1 (Part 1 of 2) 6.01 June 7, 2002 Chulak, Earth, P2X-374 Chulakian Anubis
Tragedy reunites Teal'c with his son, who blames him for the death of his mother. O'Neill and Carter launch a risky plan with untested technology when Earth comes under attack by the Goa'uld.
Redemption, Part 2.jpg "Redemption", Part 2 (Part 2 of 2) 6.02 June 14, 2002 Anubis' World, Earth Chulakian, Jaffa Anubis
Carter must find a way to save Earth from total destruction at the hands of the Goa'uld, who have turned the Stargate into a doomsday bomb. Rya'c joins his father on a mission to destroy the Goa'uld weapon.
Descent (episode).jpg "Descent" 6.03 June 21, 2002 Earth Asgard Ninja Jaffa
SG-1 boards an abandoned Goa'uld mothership that has mysteriously arrived in Earth's orbit, and must escape the doomed vessel when it crashes into the ocean.
Frozen (episode).jpg "Frozen" 6.04 June 28, 2002 Earth Ancient, Tok'ra Plague
SG-1 investigates the discovery of a woman frozen in the ice in Antarctica, who may be a link to the gate builders. A mysterious disease threatens to kill everyone at the research base.
Nightwalkers.jpg "Nightwalkers" 6.05 July 12, 2002 Earth N/A Steveston residents
Carter, Teal'c and Jonas investigate the death of a scientist with connections to the Goa'uld, and find a small town whose citizens harbor a dark secret.
Abyss (episode).jpg "Abyss" 6.06 July 19, 2002 Ba'al's outpost, Earth Jaffa, Tok'ra Ba'al
O'Neill is captured and tortured by the Goa'uld, and must rely on an old friend to survive.
Shadow Play.jpg "Shadow Play" 6.07 July 26, 2002 Earth, Langara Langaran N/A
Jonas' people ask Earth for military aide in an impending war with their rival nations, but his former mentor offers another solution: a resistance movement ready for a coup.
The Other Guys.jpg "The Other Guys" 6.08 August 3, 2002 Khonsu's World Jaffa, Tok'ra Her'ak
When SG-1 is captured by the Goa'uld, a pair of scientists mount a rescue operation… whether they're wanted or not.
Allegiance.jpg "Allegiance" 6.09 August 10, 2002 P3X-984 Jaffa, Tok'ra Ashrak
Tensions rise between the Tok'ra and rebel Jaffa at the S.G.C.'s offworld base when they are attacked by an invisible enemy.
Cure (episode).jpg "Cure" 6.10 August 17, 2002 Pangar Pangaran, Tok'ra N/A
An alien world offers Earth a medicine with the power to cure any illness — but the hidden price may be too high to pay.
Prometheus (episode).jpg "Prometheus" (Part 1 of 2) 6.11 August 24, 2002 Earth Asgard, Goa'uld Adrian Conrad, Frank Simmons
A news reporter threatens to expose a top-secret military project, but when Carter and Jonas give her a tour of the X-303, they discover that she is a pawn in a much larger plot.
Unnatural Selection.jpg "Unnatural Selection" (Part 2 of 2) 6.12 January 10, 2003 Earth, Hala Asgard, Replicator First, Human-form Replicators
The team is called into battle unexpectedly when the Asgard homeworld is overrun by Replicators — which have evolved into a startling new form.
Sight Unseen (episode).jpg "Sight Unseen" 6.13 January 17, 2003 Earth Interdimensional bug N/A
The team returns to Earth with a piece of technology that allows them to see alien creatures everywhere, and must attempt to contain the problem when it spreads beyond the base.
Smoke & Mirrors.jpg "Smoke & Mirrors" 6.14 January 24, 2003 Earth N/A Rogue NID
Colonel O'Neill is charged with the murder of Senator Kinsey, and the rest of the team must uncover a conspiracy in order to clear his name.
Paradise Lost (episode).jpg "Paradise Lost" 6.15 January 31, 2003 P5X-777 and Utopian moon N/A N/A
Colonel O'Neill is trapped on an alien planet with Maybourne, and must fight to stay alive as his companion becomes increasingly paranoid.
Metamorphosis (episode).jpg "Metamorphosis" 6.16 February 7, 2003 Earth, P3X-367 People of P3X-367, Hok'tar Nirrti
SG-1 attempts to save a planet's inhabitants from Nirrti's genetic experimentation, but find themselves to be her next victims.
Disclosure.jpg "Disclosure" 6.17 February 14, 2003 Earth Asgard N/A
General Hammond and the Pentagon reveal the existence of the Stargate to other world governments, and must defend the fact that the program is operated by the United States military.
Forsaken.jpg "Forsaken" 6.18 February 21, 2003 Earth, P4X-131 Hebridian, Serrakin Aden Corso, Lyle Pender, Tanis Reynard
When the team finds a crashed ship on another planet, their efforts to help the crew effect repairs are hindered by a group of aliens.
The Changeling.jpg "The Changeling" 6.19 February 28, 2003 Earth Jaffa N/A
A near-death trial causes Teal'c to imagine his life as very different from the one he knows, where he is a normal person living on Earth — until he can no longer distinguish reality.
Memento.jpg "Memento" 6.20 March 7, 2003 Tagrea, P3X-744 Tagrean Kalfas
Prometheus is forced to land on an alien world, where the local Stargate is the team's only chance of returning home — though the local population believe the gate to be a myth.
Prophecy.jpg "Prophecy" 6.21 March 14, 2003 Earth, P4S-237 People of P4S-237, Jaffa Mot
The team finds an impoverished world enslaved by a Goa'uld underlord, but their plans to free it may be compromised when Jonas experiences unexplained visions of the future.
Full Circle (episode).jpg "Full Circle" 6.22 March 21, 2003 Abydos, Earth Abydonian, Ancient, Goa'uld Anubis
SG-1 is called to defend the people of Abydos from the Goa'uld once again when they learn that Anubis, in search of a powerful device, is about to attack.

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