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Season two of Stargate SG-1 began airing on June 26, 1998 on Showtime. The second season concluded after 22 episodes on February 10, 1999 on British Sky One, which overtook Showtime in mid-season.

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Image Title Number Airdate Planet(s) Race(s) Enemies
The Serpent's Lair "The Serpent's Lair (Part 3 of 3)" 201 June 26, 1998 Earth Goa'uld, Jaffa Apophis, Klorel
The Ha'tak vessels arrive over Earth, and SG-1 is captured after killing Klorel. Fortunately, a small team of Jaffa led by Bra'tac is secretly stopping Apophis from taking over the Earth and rescues SG-1 for their assistance.
JolinarCarter "In the Line of Duty" 202 July 3, 1998 Earth, Nasya Hankan, Nasyan, Tok'ra Ashrak, Edrekh
While on an evacuation mission, a symbiote takes Captain Samantha Carter as its host and makes its way to Earth in order to leave for another planet. However, the rest of the team finds out and arrests her. She tells the team that she is a member of the legendary Tok'ra and that an Ashrak (Goa'uld assassin) is sent to kill her.
Prisoners (Stargate SG-1) "Prisoners" 203 July 10, 1998 Earth, Hadante, Rillaan Rillaanian Linea
By helping a panicked, planet native, SG-1 gets into trouble and are sent to a prison planet with no way of gating out. Their chance of survival lies on an elderly woman, Linea, who has a terrifying past.
Gamekeeper (Stargate SG-1) "The Gamekeeper" 204 July 17, 1998 Earth, P7J-989 Volsinii The Keeper
On P7J-989, SG-1 is attached to virtual reality pods where Captain Samantha Carter and Dr. Daniel Jackson are replaying Jackson's parents' death and where Colonel Jack O'Neill and Teal'c are replaying a past mission gone awry. The man behind it, the Keeper, is keeping the planet's inhabitants from leaving.
Sarcophagus need "Need" 205 July 24, 1998 Earth, Terella Terellan N/A
SG-1 is caught and sent away as slave labor, except for Dr. Daniel Jackson who is starting to overuse a Sarcophagus and suffers its adverse effects which are similar to that of drug addiction. When SG-1 is finally freed, they take Jackson back to prevent him from using again.
Thor's Chariot "Thor's Chariot" 206 July 31, 1998 Cimmeria, Earth Asgard, Cimmerian, Goa'uld, Jaffa Heru'ur
The Goa'uld has discovered that Cimmeria is no longer protected by Thor's Hammer, which SG-1 destroyed to save Teal'c, and is enslaving the natives. Their only hope is to somehow contact the mythical Thor and his people.
Message In a Bottle (Stargate SG-1) "Message in a Bottle" 207 August 7, 1998 Earth, P5C-353 A't'trr A't'trr
SG-1 explores the rather barren and moon-like P5C-353 and brings back a mysterious orb to study. After realizing it is a threat, Colonel Jack O'Neill attempts to throw it through the Stargate and return it to P5C-353. However it takes control of him to prevent this, and infects Stargate Command with a virus.
Family01 "Family" 208 August 14, 1998 Chulak, Earth Jaffa Apophis, Fro'tak
Teal'c and SG-1 return to Chulak to rescue Rya'c who was taken by Apophis. Eventually they find him, but Teal'c notices that Rya'c has been brainwashed by Apophis who sends him to destroy the Tau'ri after he will arrive on Earth.
Secrets (Stargate SG-1) "Secrets" 209 August 21, 1998 Abydos, Earth Abydonian, Goa'uld Amaunet, Apophis, Heru'ur
A year elapses since Skaara and Sha're were kidnapped, and the Abydonians unbury the gate in the hopes of their return with Dr. Daniel Jackson. However he returns empty handed but finds that Sha're has returned by herself. She is pregnant and returned to Abydos to prevent Heru'ur from taking her child. She soon goes into labor. Meanwhile, Captain Samantha Carter and Colonel Jack O'Neill go to Washington D.C. to receive a medal for stopping the attack a few months back but discover that a civilian has discovered the Stargate program.
Bane01 "Bane" 210 September 25, 1998 Earth, Svoriin Infestation fly Infestation fly
On a mission, Teal'c is bitten by a bug which overwhelmed the planet's previous civilization. He soon falls ill and his symbiote can't heal him. To make matters worse, the NID takes him away to study the affects of the bite. However, he manages to escape and is on the loose. The race is on to find him, not only to find him first but to prevent a worldwide infestation.
The Tok'ra (Part 1) "The Tok'ra (Part 1 of 2)" 211 October 2, 1998 Earth, P34-353J Tok'ra N/A
Captain Samantha Carter's visions of the former Jolinar of Malkshur lead her and SG-1 to a planet where several Tok'ra are hiding. They attempt to form an alliance which isn't going well. Meanwhile Carter's father, Jacob Carter, is dying from his lymphoma.
TheTok'rapart211 "The Tok'ra (Part 2 of 2)" 212 October 9, 1998 Earth, P34-353J Goa'uld, Tok'ra Cordesh, Goa'uld
Their only hope for Jacob Carter to survive, and to ensure the Tau'ri/Tok'ra alliance a success, is for Jacob to undergo an implantation of the Tok'ra Selmak. Meanwhile their base is exposed to the Goa'uld via an operative on the inside.
Spirits "Spirits" 213 October 23, 1998 Earth , PXY-887 Salish, Spirits Spirits
The Tau'ri have discovered Trinium, a superlight yet superstrong element, that could prove useful. However, SG-11 is MIA on the planet on which Trinium is found and are captured by the planet's "Spirits".
Touchstone (Stargate SG-1) "Touchstone" 214 October 30, 1998 Earth, Madrona Madronan NID
While attempting to study the Touchstone on Madrona, they discover it is missing. The Madronans blame the Tau'ri since people in SG uniform took it earlier. Soon after noticing strange weather on Earth, SG-1 comes to the conclusion that the NID is launching secret offworld missions by using Earth's second Stargate from Antarctica stored in Area 51.
A Matter of Time "A Matter of Time" 215 December 9, 1998 Earth, P3W-451 N/A Black Hole
SG-10 is trapped on a planet that falls victim to a newly formed black hole. While gating to retrieve them, the gate cannot shut down, and the effects of the black hole are being translated into Stargate Command by the Stargate. The distortion could put Earth at jeopardy at being sucked into the black hole through the Stargate.
Ancients repository of knowledge "The Fifth Race" 216 December 16, 1998 Earth, Othala, P3R-272, P9Q-281 Ancient, Asgard N/A
Colonel Jack O'Neill accidentally walks up into a machine which downloads an entire Ancient database into his mind as well as causing his brain activity to increase. He begins to be unable to speak English but only in a completely new language, Ancient. There is nothing the team can do to prevent the transformation, so O'Neill is forced to go his own way to save himself.
Serpent's Song "Serpent's Song" 217 January 6, 1999 Earth, PB5-926 Goa'uld, Tok'ra Apophis, Sokar
While trying to find the Tok'ra, SG-1 witnesses the crash of a Death Glider piloted by Apophis. After demanding sanctuary from the Tau'ri, they take him back to Earth. Due to his injuries as well as the pain and suffering he caused others, the team finds it difficult to save his life. Worse, an enemy named Sokar demands Apophis from them.
Holiday (Stargate SG-1) "Holiday" 218 January 13, 1999 Dendred, Earth Dendredan N/A
SG-1 finds an aged and dying warrior named Ma'chello whose room is filled with technology that can devastate the Goa'uld. Ma'chello's last chance of survival was to switch bodies with Dr. Daniel Jackson. The rest of the team doesn't notice until Colonel Jack O'Neill and Teal'c also switch bodies. Now they must capture Ma'chello to switch them all back before Jackson (as Ma'chello) dies.
Pj2445 "One False Step" 219 January 20, 1999 Earth, PJ2-445 Pod people N/A
SG-1's efforts to communicate with some strange inhabitants causes an outbreak of illness. They soon discover an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle crashed into one of the planet's plants, which hurts and upsets it, spreading the illness to the natives.
Show and Tell "Show and Tell" 220 January 27, 1999 Earth, Reetalia Reetou, Tok'ra Reetou Rebels
A genetically engineered young boy is brought to Earth and talks with Colonel Jack O'Neill, who warns him that a group of invisible rebels, known as the Reetou, plan to wipe out all humans in order to defeat the Goa'uld. Unknown to Stargate Command there are five Reetou rebels also hiding in the SGC.
1969 (Stargate SG-1) "1969" 221 February 3, 1999 Earth N/A N/A
A freak accident involving a solar flare and the Stargate causes SG-1 to gate to the Earth in 1969. While trying to figure out a way back, the team is mistaken for Soviet spies and is being transferred to another facility. However, young Lt. George S. Hammond comes to render assistance so that SG-1 can return to their own time.
Out of Mind "Out of Mind (Part 1 of 2)" 222 February 10, 1999 Earth, Eskal Goa'uld Hathor
Colonel Jack O'Neill is awakened from stasis in Stargate Command but finds out he is in the year 2077 and that the rest of his team, and everyone he knew, died. However, he has suspicions that the "SGC personnel" is hiding something from him, which he finds later finds out is a planned Goa'uld invasion of the SGC and Earth.

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  • Nominated Saturn Award for "Best Genre Cable/Syndicated Series"
  • Nominated Gemini for "Best Picture Editing in a Dramatic Program or Series" (Daria Ellerman)

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