While escorting physicists off-world, SG1 is taken captive by a Goa'uld hoping to curry favor with Anubis. A pair of escaped physicists who revere SG1 must rescue them.
**# When Her'ak addresses SG-1 for the first time in the holding cell he looks to the wrong side of the room for each character of SG-1 he addresses. So when he looks at or addresses Sam and Jonas he looks to his left even though they should be on his right, and when he looks at or addresses O'Neill and Teal'c he looks to his right even though they should be on his left.
# When SG-1 is captured near the stargate, a railroad track can be seen in the background of a few shots.
# By Coombs acknowledging that Gene Roddenberry's Star Trek shows exist, it creates a mountain of continuity errors with all the ST cast who have guest starred on the show (although technically it may not create one for the actor himself since he appears in "Enterprise" in make-up). Otherwise, everyone would wonder why so many of the people they meet look just like people on Star Trek.
# John Billingsley (Dr. Simon Coombs) who played Dr. Phlox on Enterprise is the sixth "Star Trek" regular/recurring role to appear on the show as of this episode. He was preceded by Armin Shimerman (Anteaus) in "The Nox", who played Quark on Deep Space Nine, Dwight Shultz (The Keeper) in "The Gamekeeper", who played Lieutenant Barclay on The Next Generation, Rene Auberjonois (Alar) in "The Other Side", who played Odo on Deep Space Nine, Marina Sirtis (Dr. Svetlana Markov) in "Watergate", who played Counselor Deanna Troi on The Next Generation, and John de Lancie (Frank Simmons) in "Ascension", who played Q on The Next Generation.
# During the episode Simon Coombs mentions he has two cats. The actor that plays him (John Billingsley) also has two cats.
# Adam Harrington (Khonsu) previously played Goa'uld #2 in "Children of the Gods
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