Children of the Gods

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Children of the Gods is the first episode of Season 1 of Stargate SG-1. A special re-release cut of the pilot was produced: Children of the Gods - Final Cut.

Synopsis

After an attack, Jack O'Neill is brought out of retirement and joins his old friend Daniel Jackson, and astrophysicist Samantha Carter to explore other planets through the Stargate. They come into conflict with the Goa'uld who rule over vast empires throughout the galaxy and set out to rescue Jackson's wife and brother in law. Captured by the Goa'uld Apophis, this new team is joined by a former enemy soldier, the Jaffa Teal'c.

Plot

References

Characters

Charlie O'Neill, Johnson, Junior 1, Kasuf, Ra, Sara O'Neill, W. O. West

Races

Abydonian, Goa'uld, Jaffa, Tau'ri

Planets

Abydos, Chulak, Earth, Mars

Other

Abydonian language, Abydos Cartouche room, Abydos Pyramid, Alcohol, Arabic, Astrophysics, Beer, Binoculars, Chevron, Cheyenne Mountain, Cheyenne Mountain Complex, Chicago, Chulak City, Chulak Palace, Chulak Prison, Claymore, Coverstones, Death glider, Dial Home Device, Dopplers shift, Egypt, Event horizon, F.R.E.D., F-16, First Prime, G.I. Joe, G-force, Garage Door Opener, Giza, Glyph, Goa'uld Healing device, Goa'uld language, Goa'uld Scanning orb, Great Pyramid, Gulf War, Hand device, Hieroglyphics, Host, Iris, Kangaroo, Kleenex, Lighter, MacGyver, Major Matt Mason, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Milky Way, Mobile All-Terrain Laboratory Platform, Moonshine, Nagada, Naquadah, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Nuclear bomb, O'Neill's house, Point of Origin, Poker, President of the United States, Project Giza, Queen, Ra's ship, Ring Transporter, Rome, Sandstorm, Serpent Guard, SG-1, SG-2, SG-3, SG-4, SG-5, SG-6, SG-7, SG-8, SG-9, SGC Briefing room, SGC Commander's office, SGC Control room, SGC Dialing computer, SGC Gateroom, SGC Holding room, SGC Infirmary, SGC Morgue, Staff weapon, Star, Stargate, Stargate Command, Stargate Network, Stellar drift, Telephone, Telescope, The Pentagon, Tissue, Titanium, United States Air Force, Unstable vortex, Video camera, Watch, Wormhole, Yaphetta flour

Production

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Continuity

Goofs

  • When O'Neill sits down in the Briefing room after meeting Carter, the reflection of a camera can be seen on the briefing room glass window.
  • After returning through the Stargate from Chulak, Walter Harriman can be heard saying "Closing Iris." but the character does not speak.