An interstellar teleportation device, found in Egypt, leads to a planet with humans resembling ancient Egyptians who worship the god Ra.

Colonel Jonathan "Jack" O'Neil: Give my regards to King Tut, asshole.
[correcting the translation from the cover stone]
Dr. Daniel Jackson: It's not "Door to Heaven"... is...
[writing]
Dr. Daniel Jackson: Stargate.
Dr. Daniel Jackson: [to Colonel O'Neil] I don't want to die. And your men don't want to die, and these people certainly don't wan to to die. It's a shame you're in such a hurry to.
Dr. Daniel Jackson: I smell like a yak!
Dr. Daniel Jackson: [On a recording of his notes about the symbols after two weeks of no progress] I'm never gonna get paid.
[last lines]
Colonel Jonathan "Jack" O'Neil: I'll be seeing you around... Doctor Jackson.
Ra: There can be only one Ra.
Colonel Jonathan "Jack" O'Neil: I'm here in case you succeed.
Skaara: [Nagada has been bombed] Sha'uri, what happened here?
Sha'uri: Ra punished us.
Lt. General W.O. West: So you think you've solved in fourteen days what they couldn't solve in two years?
Lieutenant Kawalsky: [Jackson sneezes hard] Cold?
Dr. Daniel Jackson: Allergies: always happens when I travel.
Arabic Interpreter: [first lines]
Arabic Interpreter: [at the dig site in Giza, 1928] Professor!
[chatters in Arabic]
Arabic Interpreter: Professor! We found something beautiful!
Prof. Langford: Ja?
Arabic Interpreter: Oh, yes! Big, big, big surprise!
Dr. Daniel Jackson: [about the Stargate] It was under the cover-stones?
Catherine Langford: Yes. My father found it, 1928; made out of a mineral unlike any found on Earth.
Colonel Jonathan "Jack" O'Neil: Your job here is to re-align the star gate. Can you do that or not?
Dr. Daniel Jackson: [nods] I can't.
Lieutenant Kawalsky: [in Nagada, the troops begin holding hostages and opening fire; O'Neil looks outside the city walls] Colonel! What do you see?
Colonel Jonathan "Jack" O'Neil: Sandstorm comin' this way.
Dr. Daniel Jackson: [sarcastically] Well, that would have been an excellent reason to shoot everyone.
[in Norwegian upon uncovering the Stargate]
Prof. Langford: What in God's name is that?
Taylor, the Foreman: I wish I knew.
[after he's reading Hieroglyph on the wall]
Dr. Daniel Jackson: I'll be damned.
Kasuf: [tearfully after Nagada's bombing to Skaara] Son, we should not have helped the strangers.
Catherine Langford: [Catherine meets Jackson in a cab] Jackson.
[shows him photograph]
Catherine Langford: Those your parents?
Catherine Langford: Foster parents. What-what's this all about?
Catherine Langford: A job.
Dr. Daniel Jackson: What kind of a job?
Catherine Langford: Translation: ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs. Interested?
Dr. Daniel Jackson: I-I'm gonna go now.
Catherine Langford: Go where?
[chuckles]
Catherine Langford: I mean, you've just been evicted out of your apartment, your grants have run out: everything you own are in those two bags. You wanna prove that your theories are right? This is your chance.
Dr. Daniel Jackson: [Kasuf gestures towards his village] He's inviting us to go with him.
Lieutenant Kawalsky: How can you be so sure?
Dr. Daniel Jackson: Because he's
[repeats gesture]
Dr. Daniel Jackson: inviting us to go with him.
Dr. Daniel Jackson: [on the natives' language] I can't make it out, sounds familiar. Bit like Berber, maybe Chadic or Omodic.
Colonel Jonathan "Jack" O'Neil: I wouldn't feed that thing.
Dr. Daniel Jackson: It's got a harness, it's domesticated
[Taps Mastadge on shoulder. Mastadge is frightened and runs off dragging Dr. Daniel Jackson across the Desert]
Colonel Jonathan "Jack" O'Neil: I'm on Planet 'X' lookin' for a dweeb who wears green fatigues. He wears glasses.
[puts his hands around his eyes]
Skaara: [puts his hands around his eyes, copying O'Neil]
Colonel Jonathan "Jack" O'Neil: He has long hair.
[puts his hand to his head and brings it down]
Skaara: [salutes]
Colonel Jonathan "Jack" O'Neil: And he
[pretends to sneeze]
Colonel Jonathan "Jack" O'Neil: sneezes.
Skaara: Ich!
[clucks like a chicken]
Colonel Jonathan "Jack" O'Neil: Chicken. Chicken! Yes, Chicken Man!

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