While collecting artifacts on a distant planet, Daniel Jackson is knocked out after touching a mirror-like object. He awakens in the same room but is unable to locate the other members of SG-1. Assuming that they left without him, he dials up his return home but gets there to find that he is in a different reality. In this world, General Jack O'Neill and Catherine Langford are in charge of the Stargate program; Hammond is a Colonel reporting to O'Neill; and Sam Carter is a civilian scientist working on the project (and also engaged to O'Neill). More importantly, Earth is under attack from the Goa'uld who have already killed over 1 billion people. Carter believes that somehow, Jackson is from a parallel dimension. When Jackson learns the point of origin of the Goa'uld attack, he wants to return to his own universe, believing that his Earth will be similarly attacked. Written by
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The second and third shots of Michael Shanks
as 'Daniel Jackson' shown in the opening credits (one where he runs into a scene that has the Stargate in the background with a closed iris, and the other a closeup taken from a low angle as he studies something out of view) are both taken from this episode. See more
Daniel puts his video recorder on the table in the "lab" so he can take off his
back pack. He then starts stuffing artifacts into his backpack. Before he picks up the second artifact, we can see the recorder on the table, along with another artifact. The camera pans up to Daniel stuffing his backpack, then back to the table where the artifact and the recorder are gone. See more
Colonel Jack O'Neill
Good morning campers.
Featured in Stargate SG-1: Citizen Joe
Written by Joel Goldsmith
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