Stargate SG-1 : season 3 episodes
Into the Fire
... O'Neill is implanted with a Goa'uld, but a Tok'Ra agent saves
him. General Hammond and Teal'c put together a rescue mission, but a
powerful shield stops the team getting back. Carter has to destroy the
shield to allow reinforcements to arrive.
Carter's Tok'Ra father arrives, to say that the System Lord Seth has
been hiding out on Earth for millennia. Jackson tracks him down -- he's
the head of a well-armed cult near Seattle. The team need to destroy him
without succumbing to his mind altering virus. Sam discovers she can
wield the power glove.
Carter is promoted to Major. The Goa'uld System Lords are angered at
the killing of Hathor, and plan to attack Earth in revenge. Thor
arranges to negotiate a treaty -- the Asgardians will take Earth under
their protection, the System Lords will not attack, but Earth has to
give up the Stargate -- both of them. The Asgardians are bluffing --
they do not have the resources to beat the System Lords. Then one of the
System Lords is attacked, apparently by Teal'c, and it looks as if the
invasion is on, with Thor powerless to help...
In a locked room full of dead Goa'uld, Daniel thinks he hears
something. The hallucinations grow, and he is diagnosed schizophrenic.
Then Teal'c restrains him, and Daniel says he sees something pass from
him into Teal'c. Jackson recovers, while Teal'c grows sick, infected
with a Goa'uld-killing parasite that sends ordinary humans mad. Carter,
O'Neill and the Doctor, investigating Daniel's claim, all get infected
with multiple parasites. But Carter doesn't get sick.
An exchange program is set up with the advanced civilisation
discovered on Orban. 11-year-old Merrin comes to Earth to teach Major
Carter about their advanced reactor, whilst Teal'c teaches a child on
Orban about the Goa'uld. But then SG-1 discover what will happen to the
children and their knowledge.
Point of View
Dr Samantha Carter and Major Kawalsky seek refuge from a parallel
reality where the Goa'uld have just taken over Earth (and where
parallel-Carter was married to the now dead parallel-O'Neill). But
Carter suffers temporal distortion, and must return. O'Neill helps them
make contact with the Asgard in their universe.
SG-1 are captured by a bounty hunter, from a race enslaved by the
Goa'uld, yet resistant to being made hosts. He offers them freedom in
exchange for their help in capturing a Goa'uld. But then they discover
his quarry is a Tok'Ra.
SG-1 discover a medieval village. The inhabitants are convinced they
are demons, and put Teal'c through trial by ordeal. The team have to
escape being sacrificed to a Goa'uld demon, and protect the villagers
Rules of Engagement
SG-1 help what they think is the missing SG-11, pinned down by enemy
fire. But they are shot down, with stun guns. The team is actually "SG-X",
servants of Apophis, training to attack Earth. The arrival of SG-1
convinces them that the final battle is at hand, where they will fight
each other with live weapons, with the winners taken into Apophis'
Forever in a Day
The Goa'uld in Daniel's wife tries to kill him, and Teal'c is forced
to kill her. Daniel learns his wife and Apophis have a child, who could
be of great danger to the Goa'uld. He has some issues to work through.
Past and Present
SG-1 find a planet where everyone is suffering amnesia. It seems to
have been caused by an old enemy of theirs, the "Destroyer of
Worlds" they met in prison
Samantha's father has been captured by Solkar, and imprisoned on the
moon of Hell, with important information about Solkar's plans to attack
the System Lords. No-one has ever escaped from Hell, except Jolinar.
SG-1 set out on a rescue mission, with Sam trying to access Jolinar's
painful memories. But then they are all captured by an old enemy...
The Devil You Know
Apophis tries to extract information from all the team by torturing
them with the memory device. But they all withstand it, and Apophis has
to go to Solkar with nothing. The Tok'Ra fire a missile into Hell, to
blow up Solkar, and the team mange to escape ... as does Apophis.
SG-1 return to base, only to be sedated and captured by a group of
invading aliens who can mimic captured humans perfectly. Teal'c and
Carter escape, and have to convince the world outside that there is a
SG-1 go to the new planet of the Tollan
to defend Skara in a case to determine
whether he, or his parasitic Goa'uld, should have control over his body.
send a neutral representative. The Goa'uld send a representative, too,
but it is a ploy to disarm the natives' powerful defence grid, and
destroy their planet.
The team visit a seemingly idyllic planet, but return with no
memories of their trip, and a small device in their heads that talks to
them as "Urgo". They are desperate to remove it, but Urgo
assures them that will mean certain death...
A Hundred Days
The team realise the "sky fire" is a deadly meteor shower,
and start to evacuate the natives. But O'Neill is trapped with some of
the population when a meteor hits the stargate. He begins to resign
himself to a permanent life there.
Shades of Grey
The team try to set up diplomatic relations with the Tollan, but
O'Neill, frustrated by their refusal to give technological help, steals
a weapon. In disgrace, rather than face court martial, he is forced to
retire from the military. Then he gets made a surprising offer....
The team arrive on a planet in the middle of a war -- and their
arrival threatens the very basis of one side's cause. O'Neill, Carter
and Jackson are captured and interrogated, and in danger of being killed
to hide the inconvenient fact of their existence. Teal'c escapes, and is
their only hope of rescue. But he has been badly injured, and blinded...
Apophis is hunting his powerful child
Forever in a Day
. SG-1 finds the planet where he
is being hidden, a place legendary to the Jaffa, and race to get to him
first. Apophis sends an army after them, but they discover that the baby
has powerful protectors.
SG-1 find a crystal skull, which zaps Daniel, making him disappear.
They go for help to Daniel's grandfather, who found an identical skull
30 years earlier, and is now in a mental institution because of his
experiences with it.
A dying Thor beams O'Neill onto his Replicator-infested ship. O'Neill
must destroy the ship before the creatures destroy the Earth -- but the
transporter device can't beam
. Carter and Teal'c join him,
and they concoct several plans -- but it's a race against time. Finally,
they beam up the Stargate as an escape route, and burn up the ship in
the atmosphere. But a Replicator survives reentry...