Martin Lloyd seeks out SG-1 for assistance when his failed TV show based on the real Stargate program becomes a feature film.

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On General Jack O'Neil's personal recommendation, his -unwilling- former SG-1 mates are ordered to advise Hollywood production executive Martin 'Marty' Lloyd on a 'slightly ridiculous' version of the Stargate operations. The brainstorming proves rather unsatisfactory for both sides, despite repeated recourse to personal -often self-flattering- imagination and various real experiences, so the team members are relieved when General Landry calls them, as promised, for a mission, but just then the Gate breaks down temporarily. Marty also gets discomforting phone calls, and even more preposterous alternatives are considered, 'til an apparent "deus ex machina" appears... Written by KGF Vissers

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The series has four different opening credits sequences. The first is the original non-clip version, which was used for the premiere and Showtime airings of the show. It was based on the Stargate (1994) movie opening credits, panning around a statue of Ra. The second opening credits sequence/set was the one used for syndicated airings. It includes clips from the series. The third opening credits sequence was used on Sci Fi Channel. It is similar to the first sequence through not showing clips, but pans in and out on an activating Stargate. It ends showing SG-1, from the back and in a row of four, entering the Stargate. The fourth version appears on episodes during the first half of the ninth season. It shows a stargate floating in space and footage of SG-1 walking towards the stargate at the SGC. the stargate then becomes active and the camera goes into the stargate, showing the footage used for traveling trough the stargate. The third version of the credits returned for the second half of season nine. See more »

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Major General Jack O'Neill: I can sneak around all I want, totally undetected. I give us the element of surprise. The bottom line is, I can do more for this planet invisible than I ever could as my own sweet salient self.
Teal'c: I assume I am staring at you stoically.
Major General Jack O'Neill: Not buying it, eh?
Teal'c: No. You are most transparent, O'Neill.
Major General Jack O'Neill: Oh, I get it. Good one.
Teal'c: I can see right through you.
Major General Jack O'Neill: Don't push it.
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Credits that would normally come during the opening title sequence or right after all comes at the end. See more »

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References Stargate SG-1: 1969 (1999) See more »

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Brad Wright was excellent in his cameo role as "Scotty".
10 September 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I spent several grueling hours trying to figure out who played "Scotty" in the "Star Trek" parody scene of StarGate's episode "200". The face was very familiar but I just couldn't put a name with it. IMDb to the rescue! A quick IMDb search revealed it was Brad Wright, beloved writer and producer of StarGate, who was so funny in the role of "Scotty". The writers are the brains behind all the excitement and even the wit we viewers attribute to the main cast of actors. While the acting talents of the stars make the show great, the writers are the puppet masters. Alfred Hitchcock, master of the camera lens to create tension in the viewer, made a cameo appearance in all of his films. The StarGate writers/producers are every bit as good as Hitchcock with a bonus of being even more charismatic than Hitchcock when on screen. We have seen all these guys in the "behind the scenes" productions and even in the "extras" features on the StarGate DVDs. I would love to see more StarGate cameo roles of the writers and producers as would many fans.


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