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Françoise Robertson as Captain Daria Voronkova
|SG-1 Season 8|
|Season 7||Season 9|
Brigadier General Jack O'Neill finds Robert Kinsey in his home. He tells O'Neill that he needs help in taking down The Trust. However in the process, he is taken and implanted with a Goa'uld, where he is trying to pit the Americans and Russians against each other when both parties accuse each other of having a Goa'uld spy within their ranks. If no one finds the truth, it may result in World War 3.
Previously on Stargate SG-1Edit
Robert Kinsey's relationship with The Trust forces his resignation as Vice President. The Trust come into possession of Osiris' Al'kesh but are able to escape the solar system before Prometheus can destroy it.
Brigadier General Jack O'Neill returns from shopping to find his door open. Inside, he finds former Vice President Robert Kinsey. He considers calling his friend, the sheriff, but Kinsey offers help to defeat The Trust.
At Stargate Command, Lt. Colonel Samantha Carter proposes that Kinsey meet the Trust while they video and track him. At the Trust estate, Kinsey is shown something but interference blocks out first the video and then the audio so SG-1 storms the mansion only to find everyone gone.
Suspecting that the Trust is in their cloaked Al'kesh and taking precautions to avoid detection, Teal'c is sent to the Prometheus, Carter works on a program to detect the Al'kesh and Dr. Daniel Jackson is sent to Russia.
When Daniel arrives in Moscow, he meets his liaison officer - the very pretty Captain Daria Voronkova. However, whilst Daniel is being taken to see General Miraslov Kiselev, the Russian Defense Minister, he is arrested and accused of being on an assassination mission. He is told that Kinsey tried to assassinate Kiselev, and Daniel is shown a video showing that Kinsey is a Goa'uld.
Carter theorizes that when the Trust were forced to flee the Solar system, they were captured by the Goa'uld, were given Goa'uld symbiotes and have been sent back to Earth to compromise the Russian President Mikhailov. The SGC receive word that Russia and China are preparing for nuclear war, on the assumption that the US is wholly under Goa'uld control. This means if Earth annihilated itself, then the Goa'uld could come and take the Ancient outpost in Antarctica.
Daniel interrogates Kinsey's Goa'uld and learns that he is working for the System Lords. When Russian troops interrupt, he beams out with Kinsey to the Prometheus. On Earth, Carter determines that Kiselev is a Goa'uld because he's not wearing his glasses, and has been for some time. The Trust's Al'kesh begins firing on the Prometheus. In the confusion, Kinsey assaults his guards, escapes to the Al'kesh and kills the Goa'uld in Jennings who would otherwise have sacrificed Kinsey's life along with the Prometheus. The Prometheus opens fire and destroys the Al'kesh. But it is not known whether Kinsey was on board at the time.
The SGC advises the Russian President of what they suspect, and the episode closes with the revelation that the Russian President has successfully reeled Kiselev in. Nuclear annihilation is averted.
Air Force Space Command; Alcohol; Andy; Andrews Air Force Base; Antarctica; Antarctic outpost; Area 51; B-2 Spirit; Ba'al; Beer; C-17; Cell phone; Chechnya; China; DEFCON; Full Alert Incident; Glasses; Glaucoma; Goa'uld; President Henry Hayes; Joint Chiefs of Staff; Robert Kinsey's Goa'uld; Sgt. Larson; General Miraslov Kiselev; President Mikhailov; Moscow; National Security Agency; NID; O'Neill's house; Osiris' Al'kesh; Peterson Air Force Base; Poker; Prometheus; Russia; Russian language; Salo; Symbiote poison; System Lords; Tok'ra; The Trust; Transportation rings; White House; Whiteman Air Force Base
Kinsey: You wanna take down the Trust. I can help you.
O'Neill: I'm sorry, I must've missed an episode.
Kinsey: You want me to wear a wire?
O'Neill: That's the deal.
Kinsey: I am not a spy.
O'Neill: Think of it this way: if you don't do what they want, they'll kill you. If you don't do what we want... we'll let 'em.
Voronkova: Have you eaten a proper lunch?
Jackson: I had something on the plane.
Voronkova: Then the answer is no. Good. I know a restaurant around the corner that serves the best salo in Moscow.
Jackson: Oh, I'm not a fan of salo.
Voronkova: Don't worry, you will acquire a taste for it.
Chekov: How could Kinsey have become a Goa'uld?
O'Neill: Five bucks says Carter has a theory.
Carter: As a matter of fact, I do.
Jackson: Why are you so willing to sacrifice yourself?
Goa'uld Kinsey: I assure you, I have no intention of dying on this miserable planet.
- This episode marks the last appearance of Robert Kinsey.
- The name on the courier van is Mikita Couriers - the director of this episode is Andy Mikita.
- This is the 76th appearance of Gary Jones (MSgt. Walter Harriman) on the series. As of this episode, he has appeared in more episodes than any other guest star. Prior to this episode, Teryl Rothery (Dr. Janet Fraiser) held that distinction.
- The light switch inside of Kinsey's cell in Russia was a U.S. style switch and not a Russian one.
- The three Trust conspirators- Mr. Parker, Mr. Kent and Mr. Wayne are named after three superhero's alter-egos: Spider-Man (Peter Parker), Superman (Clark Kent) and Batman (Bruce Wayne), suggesting they are simply aliases, albeit humorous ones.
- When Dr. Daniel Jackson first meets Captain Daria Voronkova, she intends to take him to a nearby restaurant that serves Salo. To which, Jackson says he doesn't have much taste for salo. Voronkova simply either ignores or doesn't catch his polite way of saying he wouldn't eat salo and instead insists he will acquire a taste for it. To most people outside Eastern Europe, the idea of salo doesn't sound very appetizing, as it is basically cured pig fat. However, in Eastern Europe, it is a traditional food, especially in the Ukraine where it is a stereotypical food much like cheeseburgers are in the United States.
- The vehicle in which Daniel and Voronkova are driving around is in fact not a Russian one, but a Volkswagen Iltis which has been in service in the Deutsche Bundeswehr (German Federal Armed Forces) from the 1970s to the end of the 1990s. It's still painted in a standard German vehicle camouflage pattern.
- Dmitry Chepovetsky (Russian Soldier) previously played Boris in the Stargate SG-1 episode "Small Victories".
- Kinsey refers to the events of "Lost City, Part 2" and "Endgame".
- After Robert Kinsey takes the airman's sidearm in the hallway and through the end of the episode, he fires the weapon without a magazine replacement well over 20 times which wasn't possible at the time with a military-issue Beretta M9.
- When Teal'c arrives in the ring room, his Zat'nik'tel has been reset to safe mode whereas in the immediately previous scene it was in active mode as he fired it.
In other languagesEdit
- French: Alerte Maximum (Full Alert)
- Italian: Allarme Totale (Full Alert)
- Spanish: Alerta Total (Full Alert)
- Czech: Konfrontace (Confrontation)
- German: Konfrontation (Confrontation)
- Hungarian: Teljes készültség (Full Alert)
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