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 I don't have a problem with it. I'm just not involved.

Brad Wright

A 26-episode animated spin-off of Stargate SG-1. It takes place in the future, 30 years after Stargate the movie, which places it in the year 2024-2026 if conflicting sources are taken into account. The Goa'uld are history, the Ori are not mentioned (we're talking 2002, they haven't even been conceived yet), and a new species called the Tlak'kahn has risen to fill the Evil Power Vacuum.

Very non-canon, if only because Stargates look very different (as one can see from the picture, they have eight chevrons, not nine), none of the canonical species except humans are featured (despite the series explicitly taking place in the Milky Way), and the Ancients are theorized (but never confirmed) to be winged dragon-like humanoids. This was before the Ancients were shown to be near-human in Stargate SG-1 and Stargate Atlantis.


Provides examples of:

 "When an old man challenges you to a fight, you've got to figure he's either crazy, or knows something you don't. This guy didn't look that crazy to me."

  • Recycled in Space: Stargate... IN THE FUTURE!
  • Space Whale Aesop: In the episode "The Illustrated Stacey," the team goads Stacey into getting an alien tattoo by insisting that she's too boring to do such a spontaneous thing. (It should be noted here that Stacey has multiple piercings, blue lipstick, and a pink mohawk.) The Aesop is something like "don't do things just to prove yourself" or "think before you act"; but the reason for this moral is that the tattoo ink is made up of microbes that start multiplying, threatening to cover Stacey's body and kill her within the day. Fortunately, most real life tattoos do not contain deadly diseases. (And the ones that do take much longer to kill.)
  • Title Theme Tune
  • Trapped in Another World: Generally trapped away from Earth and the rest of polite galactic society since their iris codes had been revoked.
  • Uncleanliness Is Next to Ungodliness: In one episode, Harrison catches the eye of one of the indigenous mud-creatures, who he finds absolutely repugnant. This becomes an Aesop at the end of the episode, where the mud-woman (as part of a grieving ritual or something) washes the mud off to reveal that she was a beautiful, blue-skinned humanoid.
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