Dr. Lee is adapting a virtual reality chair for use as a training device. Teal'c thinks its current scenario is all too easy and agrees to work with them to make it more realistic. He enters the game scenario and is quickly "killed" at which point the chair shocks him. Lee says it must be part of its basic construct. As the scenario resets - it's an invasion of SGC by Goa'uld - Teal'c is repeatedly killed and shocked putting him in danger. The computer program is set up to learn after each scenario and the challenge for Teal'c increases at every turn. Daniel volunteers to enter the game as well to see if together they can find a way out. Written by
Did You Know?
Near the end of the episode, the brightness of the overloading naquadah generator changes because the battery in the prop was dying. The prop had been shared with the Stargate: Atlantis
(2004) set for half the day. (Per the DVD audio commentary.) See more
When Teal'c goes into the armory for the first time, the label on the door has it spelled "Armoury". The USAF would spell words, on their doors, in their bases, using American English not Canadian English. See more
[after injecting Teal'c's heart with adrenaline
That's not gonna work again.
I don't wanna *see* that again!
References The Matrix
Written by Joel Goldsmith
and David Arnold See more