Stargate SG-1 Season 7

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Stargate SG-1 Season 7
Last Season 7 5-DVD set cover
Country of origin  USA
No. of episodes 22
Original channel Sci Fi Channel
Original run June 13, 2003 (Sci Fi Channel) — March 9, 2004 (Sky1)
Home video release
DVD release
Region 1 October 19, 2004
Region 2 February 28, 2005
Region 4 March 16, 2005
Season chronology
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List of episodes

Season seven of Stargate SG-1 began airing on June 13, 2003 on Sci Fi. The seventh season concluded after 22 episodes on March 9, 2004 on British Sky1, which overtook the Sci-Fi Channel in mid-season. The series was developed by Brad Wright and Jonathan Glassner. Season seven regular cast members include Richard Dean Anderson, Amanda Tapping, Christopher Judge, Don S. Davis, and Michael Shanks.


With "Fallen", Michael Shanks (Dr. Daniel Jackson) rejoins the main cast, and Corin Nemec (Jonas Quinn) gets billed as a "Guest Star" (besides "Fallen"/"Homecoming", he would have his only other guest appearance later in "Fallout"). George Touliatos previously played Pyrus, Shyla's father, in "Need". The scenes with the Goa'uld motherships flying in hyperspace are actually stock footage from the Season 2 episode "The Serpent's Lair". Director Martin Wood has a cameo in "Fallen" as the man in the elevator with Jonas at the beginning of the episode. Peter DeLuise, who directed "Fragile Balance", provided the voice of Loki in the same episode. Christopher Heyerdahl, who played Pallan in "Revisions", would later play the recurring characters of Halling and the Wraith 'Todd' on Stargate Atlantis. Peter LaCroix previously played the Ashrak in "In the Line of Duty".

Kavan Smith, who appeared in "Enemy Mine" as Major Lorne would later reprise this role as a recurring character in Stargate Atlantis. In "Space Race", Alex Zahara takes on the role of Warrick, who was played by Dion Johnstone in "Forsaken". This marks Zahara's sixth different character that he has played on Stargate, usually under make-up. It's also the second week in a row that someone else has taken over a role originally played by Dion Johnstone. Patrick Currie, who plays Eamon in this episode, took over Johnstone's role as Chaka in the previous weeks. Patrick Currie (Eamon) previously played Fifth in season six's "Unnatural Selection". The weapon Carter uses in "Avenger 2.0" (referred to as the Carter Special) was created as the show could not use P90's as the war in Iraq made getting hold of the cartridges difficult.[1]

"Chimera" was alternatively entitled Black Widow Carter. In the episode, Carter mentions how all of her boyfriends in the past are dead, which is accurate. David DeLuise appeared as the fourth DeLuise on Stargate - Dom, Michael, and Peter have all appeared in the past. At one point, Carter hums the Stargate SG-1 theme tune in the elevator in the episode, breaking the Fourth wall. Amanda Tapping actually wanted to hum the MacGyver theme but couldn't remember the melody.[2] Carter also says that Colorado Springs has no zoo, when it in fact does, the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo. Producer Joseph Mallozzi said that this was supposed to be a subtle hint that Carter spends too much time at work to notice what her city has to offer.[3] At the beginning of the episode, there is a shot of what should be the University of Chicago, in fact the shot is of the University of Chicago Lab School, a lower school affiliate. "Heroes", Part 2 was the 150th episode of Stargate SG-1 to be aired. Adam Baldwin, who plays Colonel Dave Dixon, commander of SG-13, in this episode, is well-known among sci-fi fans for playing Jayne Cobb in the cult hit Firefly and its big-screen adaptation Serenity and also Marcus Hamilton in Angel. Mitchell Kosterman previously played a different character, Special Agent James Hamner, in "Seth". "Heroes" also marks the first appearance of Agent Richard Woolsey (Robert Picardo) on the series. Picardo is most well-known for playing the holographic Doctor on Star Trek: Voyager.

"Resurrection" is the first SG-1 episode directed by Amanda Tapping. It is also the only SG-1 episode to have both been written by an actor on the show (Michael Shanks) and to be directed by one as well. The White House interior set in "Inauguration" and "Lost City" is the same one used in X-Men 2. Along with "Disclosure", "Inauguration" is one of only two episodes where none of the regular characters except General Hammond are featured. This is the only season of Stargate SG-1 to air on the Sci-Fi Channel to feature the original Showtime cast.


For the episode "Lifeboat", Michael Shanks won a Leo Award in the category "Dramatic Series: Best Lead Performance - Male", and Teryl Rothery was nominated for a Leo Award in the category "Dramatic Series: Best Supporting Performance - Female". "Enemy Mine" won a Leo Award in the category "Dramatic Series: Best Make-Up". For the episode "Grace", Amanda Tapping won a Leo Award in the category "Dramatic Series: Best Lead Performance - Female". "Heroes" was nominated for a Hugo Award in the category Best Dramatic Presentation - Short Form. For "Heroes", Part 2, Andy Mikita was nominated for a Leo Award in the category "Dramatic Series: Best Direction", and Don S. Davis was nominated for a Leo Award in the category "Dramatic Series: Best Supporting Performance - Male". "Lost City", Part 2 was nominated for an Emmy Award in the category Outstanding Special Visual Effects for a Series and for a Gemini Award in the category Best Visual Effects.

Cultural references

A scene in "Fallen" of the F-302 destroying the power core is a humorous homage to episode four of Star Wars, A New Hope, complete with similar visuals and terminology. There is also a subtle Star Wars reference in the dialogue as they prepare to launch the F-302: "Airstrike, this is command base, you are go for takeoff", O'Neill: "Yeah, I thought we were going with Red Leader on this one" (Red 5 was the callsign of Luke Skywalker's X-wing squadron at the battle of Yavin), and when Carter congratulates O'Neill on his great shot, just like Han Solo did with Luke Skywalker in episode 4. In "Avenger 2.0", Dr. Felger (Patrick McKenna), who first appeared in Season 6's "The Other Guys", prominently packs a roll of duct tape during his preparation for going offworld. This is a reference to the Red Green Show, which featured Patrick McKenna in a regular role.[1] Additionally, in "Fallen", when SG-1 meets the leader of the Nomads of Vis Uban, the locals ask if Teal'c is a Jaffa, Col. O'Neill says: "No, but he plays one on TV", apparently breaking the Fourth wall.


Main characters

Actor Character Number of episodes
Richard Dean Anderson Colonel Jack O'Neill 20 episodes
Amanda Tapping Major Samantha Carter 21 episodes
Christopher Judge Teal'c 21 episodes
Don S. Davis Major General George Hammond 21 episodes
And Michael Shanks Dr. Daniel Jackson 21 episodes

Recurring characters

Actor Character Number of episodes
Gary Jones MSgt. Walter Harriman 11 episodes
Teryl Rothery Dr. Janet Fraiser 7/22 episodes
Eric Breker Colonel Albert Reynolds 5 episodes
David Palffy Anubis 5 episodes
Carmen Argenziano Jacob Carter/Selmak 5 episodes
Tony Amendola Bra'tac 5 episodes
Bill Dow Dr. Bill Lee 4 episodes
Dan Shea MSgt. Sylvester Siler 4 episodes
Ronny Cox Senator/Vice President Robert Kinsey 4 episodes
Corin Nemec Jonas Quinn 3 episodes
Michael Adamthwaite Her'ak 3 episodes
William Devane President Henry Hayes 3 episodes
Robert Picardo Agent Richard Woolsey 2 episodes
Jessica Steen Dr. Elizabeth Weir 2 episodes
Gillian Barber Dreylock 2 episodes
Doug Abrahams Hale 2 episodes
Kevan Ohtsji Oshu 2 episodes
John Prowse Colonel Stewart Pearson 2 episodes
Frank Roman Raphael 2 episodes
Zak Santiago Rogelio Duran 2 episodes
Victor Favrin Chalo 2 episodes
Saul Rubinek Emmett Bregman 2 episodes
Mitchell Kosterman Colonel Tom Rundell 2 episodes
Tobias Slezak TSgt. Dale James 2 episodes
Christopher Redman Airman Shep Wickenhouse 2 episodes
Adam Baldwin Colonel David Dixon 2 episodes
Julius Chapple Senior Airman Simon Wells 2 episodes
Christopher Pearce Senior Airman Jake Bosworth 2 episodes
Ingrid Kavelaars Major Erin Gant 2 episodes
James McDaniel General Francis Maynard 2 episodes


Image Title Number Airdate Planet(s) Race(s) Enemies
"Fallen" (Part 1 of 2) 7.01 June 13, 2003 Earth, Vis Uban Goa'uld, Jaffa, Langaran, Tok'ra Anubis
SG-1 discovers Daniel Jackson alive and living on an alien world, with no memory of who he is. The team hatches a plan to lure Anubis into a trap and destroy his new super-weapon.
"Homecoming" (Part 2 of 2) 7.02 June 13, 2003 Earth, Langara Nomads of Vis Uban, Goa'uld, Jaffa, Langaran Anubis, Hale
The team returns to Jonas's homeworld when they learn that the Goa'uld are after its naquadria. When Jonas is captured by Anubis, Daniel is his only hope.
"Fragile Balance" 7.03 June 20, 2003 Earth Asgard Loki
A teenage boy shows up at the S.G.C. claiming to be Jack O'Neill, sending the team on a mission to uncover his true identity.
"Orpheus" 7.04 June 27, 2003 Earth, Erebus Jaffa Erebus Commander
After an injury, Teal'c must put aside his self-doubt when SG-1 launches a mission to rescue his son and his mentor from a Jaffa death camp.
"Revisions" 7.05 July 11, 2003 Earth, P3X-289 People of P3X-289 Link
The team gates to a climate-controlled environment amidst a toxic wasteland, whose people are all linked to a central computer.
"Lifeboat" 7.06 July 18, 2003 Earth, P2A-347 Talthun N/A
When SG-1 finds a crashed alien space ship, Daniel's mind is taken over by its disembodied passengers.
"Enemy Mine" 7.07 July 25, 2003 Earth, P3X-403 Unas Unas
When Earth's attempts to exploit a newly-discovered naquadah mine are thwarted by a tribe of indigenous Unas, SG-1 must turn to an old friend for help.
"Space Race" 7.08 August 1, 2003 Earth, Hebridan Hebridian, Serrakin Del Tynan
Major Carter joins an alien pilot for a space race, but the rest of the team discovers that on this world there is more at stake than the finish line.
"Avenger 2.0" 7.09 August 8, 2003 Earth, P3L-997, P4F-221, P5S-117 Jaffa Ba'al
An S.G.C. scientist creates a computer virus to be used to disable enemy Stargates — but succeeds in shutting down the entire gate network.
"Birthright" 7.10 August 15, 2003 Earth, Hak'tyl Hak'tyl Resistance N/A
The team finds a fugitive colony of Jaffa women, who must prey on other Jaffa to acquire symbiotes.
"Evolution", Part 1 (Part 1 of 2) 7.11 August 22, 2003 Earth, Ramius' homeworld Goa'uld, Jaffa, Kull, Tok'ra Anubis, Kull
While the S.G.C. investigates a seemingly unstoppable new enemy soldier engineered by Anubis, Daniel leads a team in search of an alien device in Central America.
"Evolution", Part 2 (Part 2 of 2) 7.12 January 9, 2004 Earth, Tartarus Goa'uld, Jaffa, Kull, Tok'ra Anubis, Kull, Raphael
O'Neill seeks help from a former comrade to rescue Daniel and Dr. Lee, who have been kidnapped in Central America. Carter, Teal'c, and Jacob infiltrate Anubis's super-soldier facility.
"Grace" 7.13 January 16, 2004 Earth Interstellar cloud, Unknown Unknown
Carter is injured when the Prometheus is attacked by an unknown ship, and awakens to find herself stranded alone in deep space.
"Fallout" 7.14 January 23, 2004 Earth, Langara Langaran Kianna Cyr's Goa'uld
When the Kelownans discover that a massive underground vein of naquadah is being converted into naquadria, Jonas Quinn seeks help from Earth in avoiding the total destruction of his planet.
"Chimera" 7.15 January 30, 2004 Earth Goa'uld Osiris
Daniel is plagued by dreams of his former girlfriend, who has been taken as a Goa'uld host. Samantha Carter begins a romantic relationship with a detective, from whom she must hide her life at Stargate Command.
"Death Knell" 7.16 February 6, 2004 Alpha Site (Second), Earth Jaffa, Tok'ra, Kull Kull
Earth's secret offworld base is attacked by Anubis's forces, and Major Carter finds herself being hunted by the enemy. General Hammond and Jacob Carter make an unnerving discovery about the Earth-Tok'ra alliance.
"Heroes", Part 1 (Part 1 of 2) 7.17 February 13, 2004 Earth, P3X-666 N/A N/A
A film crew arrives to document the work of the S.G.C. for eventual disclosure to the public, but finds that the base's personnel are less than eager to participate.
"Heroes", Part 2 (Part 2 of 2) 7.18 February 20, 2004 Earth, P3X-666 Jaffa Jaffa
SG-1 is called into action while a film crew is documenting the Stargate program, but the S.G.C. comes under investigation after the mission goes terribly wrong.
"Resurrection" 7.19 February 27, 2004 Earth Goa'uld Anna/Sekhmet, Keffler
SG-1 investigates a secret N.I.D. laboratory, where a ruthless scientist has used cloning technology to create a Goa'uld-human hybrid.
"Inauguration" 7.20 March 5, 2004 Earth N/A N/A
The newly-elected president is debriefed about the Stargate program, and Vice President Kinsey makes a new play for control of the program.
"Lost City", Part 1 (Part 1 of 2) 7.21 March 12, 2004 Chulak, Earth, P3X-439 Goa'uld, Kull Anubis
O'Neill goes to great lengths to keep the Ancients' knowledge from falling into Goa'uld hands when the team discovers a second repository. Meanwhile, the President replaces General Hammond with a civilian diplomat.
"Lost City", Part 2 (Part 2 of 2) 7.22 March 19, 2004 Chulak, Earth, Proclarush Chulakian, Goa'uld, Kull Anubis
Anubis begins a systematic assault on Earth, and the planet's only hope of salvation depends on whether SG-1 can find the Ancients' mythical Lost City.


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