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Lockdown
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Col. Vaselov threatening the Anubis-controlled O'Neill.
Production
Series

Stargate SG-1

Episode

8.3

Production #

801

Original air date

July 23, 2004

Written by

Joseph Mallozzi
Paul Mullie

Directed by

Will Waring

Cast
Guest stars

Gavin Hood as Colonel Alexi Vaselov
Alisen Down as Dr. Brightman
Aaron Pearl as Major Kearney
Arvydas Lebeliunas as Anatole Konstantinov
Natalia Vasiluk as Natalia
Holly Ferguson as Lt. Evans
Dan Shea as MSgt. Sylvester Siler

Chronology
Preceded by

"New Order, Part 2"

Followed by

"Zero Hour"

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Season 7 Season 9

"Lockdown" is the third episode of the eighth season of Stargate SG-1.

SynopsisEdit

After Jack O'Neill is promoted to Brigadier General and commander of Stargate Command, and months after defeating Anubis' fleet, the Russians are combing the wreckage, where they encounter a strange entity. Later, the entity makes its way to the SGC in order to get off of Earth.

PlotEdit

ISpaceStationOverEarth

The International Space Station.

Several months after the destruction of Anubis's fleet, Stargate Command gets a new member in form of the Russian Colonel Alexi Vaselov, who promptly asks Brigadier General Jack O'Neill for a place on SG-1. After the General rejects this request Vaselov talks with Dr. Daniel Jackson about this but suddenly collapses. When he wakes up again he doesn't remember anything since he was in Russia and his body shows signs of extensive viral damage. O'Neill orders the base to be shut off but Daniel, who wants to leave on a mission with SG-11, takes offence at being stopped and suddenly takes a weapon and nearest team member hostage, then shoots two gate guards before he is stopped by O'Neill and Teal'c.

Meanwhile Vaselov remembers that he felt like being trapped in his own body and he blames himself for what has happened. It is also found out that Russian Cosmonaut Anatole Konstantinov from the International Space Station died a week after returning to Russia, exhibiting the same symptoms as Vaselov. Later Daniel wakes up and on being questioned he quickly remembers that he was taken over by Anubis. It turns out that the former System Lord, thanks to his half-ascended form as a dark spectre which was released when his body was destroyed, can it seems jump from person to person. It is concluded that Anubis plans on leaving the base through the Stargate because he can't use his ascended powers, since this would alert the Ancients. In the meantime Anubis easily eludes capture, can not be contained, and can not be killed.

SGC responds with a plan to prevent any one person or location to access and control the gate. The base is split into 3 sections using drop-down steel doors. The Stargate is in one section, the control room is relocated from the gate area into another section, and the room which controls the 'lockdown' is in the third. All staff are restricted to 1 section only, so Anubis would have to control two persons each in a different section, one to dial the gate and the other to pass through.

KS7-535

Anubis frozen on KS7-535.

Anubis takes over Lt. Colonel Samantha Carter (in the section with the room which controls the 'lockdown') for her technical skills to break the lockdown. He makes her schedule a program (including the self-destruct of the base) to open the doors temporarily, then goes to the new control room and begins dialing the gate. O'Neill stops her, is in turn taken over by Anubis, and goes to the gate. There Anubis/O'Neill meet the previously possessed Vaselov, who came from the infirmary as soon as he heard the self-destruct warning. Vaselov sets a gun on Anubis/O'Neill and insists that he possess his body instead otherwise he'll kill them both, so Anubis leaves O'Neill for Vaselov and walks through the gate.

Panic starts about Anubis getting away, but Carter assures everyone not to worry. She explains that she couldn't stop his dialing out BUT at least managed to recover in time to switch the destination address to KS7-535. On hearing the address, a pleased O'Neill says, "hmmm chilly!" - We then see a close up of a deep snow blizzard, and as we pan out we see a freezing planet, and at the foot of the gate only a few steps away, a frozen solid Vaselov's body (as he is only in a hospital gown), so Anubis is basically trapped there as unable to re-dial the gate without a functioning body...

ReferencesEdit

Alpha Site; Ancient; Antibiotic; Anubis; Anubis' infiltration of Stargate Command; Battle of Antarctica; Bryansk; Cold War; General Dashkaivitch; Foothold situation; French fries; President Henry Hayes; Immune system; International Space Station; Jello; KS7-535; Airman Malcolm McCaffrey; Moscow; Novgorod; The Pentagon; Potato; Renal failure; Russia; Russian Air Force; Self-destruct; Self-destruct control room; SG-11; Stargate Command infirmary; Zat'nik'tel

Notable QuotesEdit

Jackson: So how's the new job?
O'Neill: Oy. One crisis after another. This morning the mess got a shipment of Yukon Gold potatoes instead of the usual Russets.
Jackson: No.
O'Neill: Oh yes. The golds don't make for good mash. The consistency's all wrong.
Carter: I hear the new Russian Colonel came to see you, made a pitch to join SG-1.
O'Neill: Yeah.
Jackson: What did you say?
O'Neill: Told 'em to make french fries instead.
Jackson: About the Russian.
O'Neill: Oh. Well I made it clear he shouldn't expect preferential treatment. That he'd have to prove himself before I'd consider him for off-world travel.
Carter: He is one of the most highly-decorated officers in Russian military history. He has over twenty years flight experience.
O'Neill: And exactly no years in off-world travel. I'm not gonna risk the lives of anyone under my command on a slick résumé.
Carter: How uncharacteristically cautious of you.

Carter: (talking about Daniel) The members of SG-11 insisted he seemed perfectly normal. Did you notice anything peculiar about him, sir?
O'Neill: I thought it odd he was shooting up the Gateroom.

Jackson: Can anyone tell me what the hell is going on?
Brightman: You are recovering from a gunshot wound.
Jackson: What?
Teal'c: You have no recollection of the incident?
Jackson: No! Who shot me?
O'Neill: Don't...change the subject. What do you remember?
Jackson: I went to see Colonel Vaselov and in the middle of our conversation he collapsed and I went to help him and... that's it.
Carter: You don't remember accompanying him to the infirmary?
Jackson: No! Who shot me?
(Carter and Teal'c nod their heads and point their eyes towards O'Neill)
O'Neill: You were shooting the gate room-
Carter: -and wounded two guards.

O'Neill: You'd think that getting blasted out of orbit would have slowed the guy down.
Teal'c: According to Daniel Jackson, Anubis surrendered his mortal form when he ascended, only to be cast down by the Ancients. As a result he exists purely as an immaterial being.
Carter: See in the past when we encountered Anubis the physical form we were seeing was actually a forceshield, designed to contain his essence. When it was destroyed, that essence was released.
Teal'c: Anubis was trapped in Earth's orbit, inhabiting debris from his ship, millions of lightyears away from his power base.
O'Neill: So he hitched a ride on a Cosmonaut?
Carter: Yes sir. And then abandoned him for Colonel Vasilev.

(Jackson knocks on door)
Jackson: Mind if I come in?
O'Neill: You’re not supposed to be walking around.
Jackson: It’s my arm.
O'Neill: You were shot.
Jackson: I know. You shot me.
O'Neill: Not the point.

NotesEdit

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In other languagesEdit

  • French: Quarantaine (Quarantine)
  • Italian: Quarantena (Quarantine)
  • Spanish: Confinamiento (Confinement)
  • Czech: Karanténa (Quarantine)
  • German: Colonel Vaselov (Colonel Vaselov)
  • Hungarian: Zárlat (Lockdown)

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