Teal'c "Rising From The Dead"Edit
Since these people are Christians, why didn't anyone, such as Daniel Jackson, deny the assertion by the Canon that Teal'c is a "demon" because he "rose from the dead"? Daniel could easily have argued that Jesus rose from the dead too, thus giving the villagers pause to think about it.
Wouldn't he feel the heat of the...hot thing (presumably an iron bar or sometthing) pressed against his mark? If it's gold, which I'm sure I heard it is, it'll be a good conductor of heat. JalYt-Xil-Vimescarrot 18:24, 2 April 2009 (UTC)
Yeah but look at the way his skin is hardened and raised around his mark thing. It would seem as though the process of creating the mark and filling it with boiling hot liquid gold damaged it a bit and, presumably, killed off all the nerves in it. Sman789 18:53, 2 April 2009 (UTC)
This episode (in setting up for Sokar in following episodes) makes mention to Christianity; a rare event in Stargate. Teal'c expresses doubt that the God of Christianity is a Goa'uld, given his attested character. Given a meta understanding, it seems that the SG1 writers are making a move to avoid the issue of the Christian God despite the fact that MANY other major (though ancient) deities are incorporated into Stargate cannon as originating from the Goa'uld or other alien species (Egyptian, Mayan, Babylonian, Norse, etc.). I suppose that this is understandable, given the real world problems it would cause. It does, however, seem to leave an unnatural gap as biblical scholars have identified the God of the Hebrew Scriptures as originating front he same area as other Goa'uld-origin deities such as Marduk and Baal (who is even mentioned in the HS). Thought this would be a good discussion point.
-Jocken 9/9/2009 (11:40)
Jack's Eyebrow Scar Edit
When did Jack (Richard Dean Anderson) get the scar in/ on his left eyebrow ? Was it done in one of the earlier episodes, or was it done on screen or when he was off screen i.e. when he (Richard Dean Anderson) was on holiday or doing DIY or something ? 18.104.22.168 14:18, March 22, 2012 (UTC)
The scar first appears following the episode 1969, originating from the wound Jack gets across his eyebrow in that episode. He's wounded again in the same spot in this episode (Demons) and the scar is more visible in the episodes following. Richard Dean Anderson asked that they give his charcter the scar for continuity and character per this interview: http://www.rdanderson.com/stargate/features/2003-07-rda.htm 22.214.171.124 23:24, April 15, 2015 (UTC) NothingProfound