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With SG-1 trapped on Klorel's ship. It seems that Earth is doomed as the Pyramid Ships prepare to destroy Earth.
While on an off-world rescue mission, Sam becomes possessed by a Goa'uld symbiote.
After assisting a man that is a fleeing murderer, the team is sent through a Stargate to Hadante, a penal world where brute strength and raw power rule.
SG-1 travel to P7J-989, where they discover a beautiful garden and a dome full of strange metallic chambers, each containing an unconscious person. As the team inspects the chambers, they are trapped and knocked unconscious.
When Daniel is being manipulated by an alien princess, SG-1 is forced to labor in the mines.
SG-1 must return to Cimmeria in order to help fight off a Goa'uld invasion while searching for a mysterious hall put there by the Asgard Thor.
While exploring a new planet, SG-1 find an orb that sends out electromagnetic signals. Thinking it's a time capsule of some sort, they return to Earth to begin their tests, however, the object begins to heat up among other things.
Teal'c's mentor Bra'tac arrives unexpectedly through the Stargate with shocking news: the Goa'uld Apophis survived the destruction of his ship and has now kidnapped Teal'c's son, Rya'c. O'Neill and the rest of the SG-1 team agree to join Teal'c as he returns to Chulak to rescue Rya'c, but when they arrive they find much has changed. Because Teal'c didn't return from Earth, his wife, Drey'auc, assumed he was dead and married his old friend, Fro'tak. To make matters worse, Rya'c has been brainwashed by Apophis which causes him to denounce his father as a traitor and foil the team's attempts to rescue him. Fro'tak becomes jealous after seeing Teal'c and Drey'auc rekindling their marital flame. The team is almost captured and Fro' tak attempts to betray them to Apophis, forcing O'Neill to take drastic action. But, Teal'c sees a glimmer of hope when Rya'c slips a hidden message into his denunciation of his father. Teal'c wants to rescue him and take him back to Earth and although O'Neill agrees, he suspects Rya'c - or his controller, Apophis - may be setting an elaborate and deadly trap.
Jackson and Teal'c travel back to Abydos to fulfill a promise he made to Shau're's father Kasuf. When they arrive, Daniel learns that his wife, whom he hasn't seen since she was taken by the Goa'uld, is nine months pregnant. The father is Apophis, who plans to use the baby as his new host.
While exploring planet BP6-3Q1, Teal'c is stung by a strange insect which causes him to become ill and almost die.
Through a dream, Captain Carter sees herself as Jolinar of Malkshur, running through a maze of blue walls and brightly coloured people. She stops at a DHD to dial an address. This, so she claims, is the Tok'ra base. So, SG-1 goes off the contact the Tok'ra. Meanwhile, Captain Carter's father, Jacob, has cancer and it is getting worse.
The Tok'ra turns down a request for an alliance against the Goa'uld because Earth doesn't offer enough rewards to justify the security breach. Selmak, a Tok'ra whose host is dying, requests a human host. Carter suggests her father, Jacob Carter, who is dying of cancer.
SG-11 has not returned from its mission to Planet PXY 887, where they recently discovered an element, Trinium. After O'Neill becomes injured, Carter leads SG-1 through the Stargate to investigate and to negotiate a mining treaty with the inhabitants.
SG-1's mission is to return to PX7-941, or Madrona as the inhabitants call it, to study the effects of, and technology behind the "Touchstone" device. However, SG-1 is accused of stealing this artifact by the Madronans. They claim "Touchstone" has been taken by a group of people dressed in SGC uniforms who came and went through the Stargate leaving the inhabitants without any protection from the planet's deteriorating climate. As SG-1 tries to locate the device, they uncover a sinister government agenda.
While on the planet P3R-272, SG-1 comes across an ancient device that downloads a vast amount of knowledge into Jack's brain. Jack has the task of helping Daniel solve ancient mysteries while trying to save himself from braindeath due to the overwhelming stress.
SG-10 is on a planet when its sun becomes a black hole, and the Stargate link back to Earth threatens to destroy first Stargate Command and then the entire planet.
When the SG-1 team stumbles upon the chamber of former Goa'uld enemy Ma'chello, they fall victim to his powerful body-swapping invention. Ma'chello takes on Daniel's body and the young archeologist finds himself trapped in the body of an old and dying man.
Pursued by Goa'uld, Apophis, throws himself on the mercy of SG-1. Despite his past evil, SG-1 grants him sanctuary. Apophis, who shows signs of having been tortured, is slowly dying and reveals that he is being pursued by an ancient and powerful Goa'uld named Sokar, the original god of death.
During a routine reconnaissance mission, the UAV plane crashes into a cactus-like plant. Sent to recover the plane, SG-1 discovers that the inhabitants have begun falling ill, and before long a plague of illness sweeps the race.
A young boy gains entry to the SGC and tells the SG-1 team he has come with his mother, a member of the invisible Reetou race. The boy announces that the Goa'uld destroyed his planet Reetalia and now Reetou rebels intend to kill all human beings to prevent possible future hosts.
SG-1 departs on a mission only to find themselves in the missile silo where SGC Command was built upon, 30 years ago. Due to solar flare emissions warping the Stargate wormhole, they've traveled back in time. Captured by the U.S. military and unable to tell them anything without altering their own history, they must escape with the help of their commander, General Hammond (now only a Lieutenant, and 30 years younger), and somehow gain access to a Stargate and reverse the procedure so they can return to their own time.
Awakening from cryogenic suspension, O'Neill finds himself in a futuristic version of the SGC. Doctors hook O'Neill to a device which turns his memories into holograms and then question him for information about races able to defeat the Goa'uld.