Stargate SG-1 (1997–2007)
In the Aqua Teen Hunger Force Season - 2 Episode 11: Universal Remonster, Oglethorpe and Emory try to steal cable from the gang via a "Fargate" (which is a hybrid word of Stargate and Farscape, since Oglethorpe is determined not to be sued and claims he had the idea first) from under the house to Oglethorpe and Emory's spacecraft... They send the 'Universal Remonster' through the 'Fargate' (Stargate) to access the ability to change the cable's channel. The gates on both sides are a knock-off of the real Stargate.. (Episode excerpt....) Oglethorpe: "We have successfully traveled eons across both space and time, through the 'Fargate'. To get free cable!" Emory: "I think it's a ... Star?-Gate?" Oglethorpe: "It's the 'Fargate'!... "F"! It's different from that movie which I've never seen, so how would I copy it?" Emory: "Chill man! It's alright. Let's just turn it on.." Oglethorpe: "I just want to make sure we are clear, it's the 'Fargate'. Goes far, get it?! And there is no way it came from that movie or that syndicated series based on the movie." Emory: "But... It sure was a good movie!" Oglethorpe: "Ya, yes it was!"
This is a theme park ride based on the television series STARGATE SG1.
General Hammod in the Shadow Shard
interstellar transportation device is similar to SG-1's wormhole
Ali G says "Are you sure you're not confusing it with Stargate?" about being corrected over confusing Watergate for Waterworld.
As the team travels to the crashed Wraith ship, they encounter a small energy being very similar to those seen in SG-1 "Prodigy"
Mentioned by Mike.
Lilly refers to the series.
In the game's final levels, there are several circular doors that when opened, a voice says "Opening Iris". The voice and the way the doors open is identical to the iris shield on the Stargate in the television show. Also, the second to last level has the hero jumping through a portal in the center of a ring-like device with stairs leading up to it, likely a direct reference to the Stargate chamber.
It's a crossover: there are sets (the Cheyenne Mountain), plots (the Trust) and even characters from Stargate SG-1 which appear in this episode.
Hodgins mentions Star Gate when he's talking of graphic novels
Mentioned by Mark Gatiss.
appearance of stargate
"Stargate Worlds" videogame that is played is based on this show
One of Robbie's drawings is of an Unas, a species featured in Stargate SG1
Lt. Col. Sheppard mentions the ZPM could explode when it is plugged in. This tactic was used by Goa'uld System Lord Camulus in SG-1 episode "Zero Hour" (8.4).
Mentioned by Sheldon.
Rachel 'Stargate jersey owner' Griffin (joke credit for someone who has worked on this show)
A geeky character mentions he writes Stargate fanfiction
In the game's "Timmons Park" in Oxford, on one of the trees there is a writing, saying "O'Neill" followed by the stargate symbol.
When Abed calls Farscape "a really really god show," the gay guy who tried to pick him up retorts, "Stargate's better."
Aspects of the Stargate world are incorporated into this short, as well as direct dialogue referring to the show.
Staff Sergeant Knox compares the war to Jack O'Neill fighting the Replicators.
Mentioned by Mike.
Archer says he has to get back to Earth before the stargate closes, and that the chevrons are locking.
Mod game based on
Mentioned in the quoted comments
Mentioned by Mark.
Flashback of (episode "1969") Teal'c stopping the hippie bus
Clips from the series are used in this special.
This documentary includes clips from the show.
Future Arkada mentions the time-leaping episode of this series.
10 min section about the series