412 - Tangent

Vidrine:   General Hammond has told me nothing but good things.
O'Neill:   Has he, sir? Then I'm sure he's left something out.

Vidrine:   How does she fly, son?
Teal'c:   The vehicle performed within expected parameters.
O'Neill:   Whoo-hoo!!... ...Sorry, sir. I couldn't help but get caught up in Teal'c's enthusiasm.

O'Neill:   Uh... Teal'c... on our six. Is that what I think it is?
Teal'c:   You think it is Earth?... yes.
O'Neill:   It's... shrinking.

O'Neill:   Was that who I think it was? And did he just say what I think he said?
Teal'c:   If you think it was Apophis and that he said that the gliders from which this craft was constructed contained a device designed to return those gliders to his home world... Then, yes.
O'Neill:   He also mentioned something about... dying?
Teal'c:   In the cold of space.
O'Neill:   Right... ...Now, the old boy hasn't lost his touch, has he?

O'Neill:   How are we on consumables?
Teal'c:   We have sufficient power and life support for several days.
O'Neill:   Several days... Well, that's something. How long will this thing take to get to whereever it's going?
Teal'c:   Assuming this device is programmed to return to Apophis' original home world... Several hundred years.
O'Neill:   Several hundred?
Teal'c:   Years.
O'Neill:   Ya... just uh... let me do the math on that, here.

O'Neill:   Yeah, Flight, Digger One. We read you. We have lost control of the craft to some sort of hidden recall device that apparently the scum-sucking... slimy, snake-ass Apophis installed in his Death Gliders... Over.

O'Neill:   Cabin pressure's holding. We didn't spring a leak. Though I may have just... taken one.
Teal'c:   The situation has indeed worsened.
O'Neill:   Ya think?

Hammond:   Digger One, this is Hammond. Doctor Jackson and Major Carter are procuring a craft fast enough to rescue you. But you're going to have to hang on for another 24 hours. I know that sounds like a long time, and I know you want to do something to get yourselves out of this, but the best thing you can do is conserve your energy. Hammond out at 21:00.
O'Neill:   Twenty four hours.
Teal'c:   Our current power and life support will not last twelve hours.
O'Neill:   Let me do the math...

- transits since Nov. 24, 2002