Stargate SG-1

The Quest: Part 1 - S10-E10

Visible crew/equipment: Near the end of the episode, when the team, Baal and Adria are solving the puzzles in the cave. As the camera is focused on Sam and Mitchell, just to the left of the screen the camera crew can be seen, with sports trainers visible and camera equipment.

John Murray

48 Hours - S5-E14

Factual error: In the scene where O'Neill and Maybourne are looking up NID flight plans, the plan viewed on the computer lists the destination airport as Minot Airport Base, but provides the airport code for McCarran International Airport (KLAS). It also lists non-existent runways, as in runway headings that do not exist anywhere in the world. (00:24:15)

Demons - S3-E8

Other mistake: In the last few minutes of this episode, Carter uses the DHD to dial home. She enters the first chevron, then the "Cannon" dies. And when she proceeds with the dialing,the first chevron is still encoded, and you can hear that she enters seven additional chevrons, which gives an equal of eight chevrons, and then engages the stargate. That would mean they are in another galaxy, referring to S02E15. In that episode they tried to dial the eight-chevron address from SGC but the computer wouldn't accept it. So, it is impossible that they would be in another galaxy.

Leosen

Stronghold - S9-E14

Revealing mistake: Just after Sam shouts to Mitchell to wait for back up, there is a side shot of a soldier firing a machine gun. There are cases going into the gun without the actual bullet in them, showing they are blanks.

Point of View - S3-E6

Other mistake: When Dr. Carter is dialing the Asgard, the chevrons spin and lock in, but the screen only shows 7 chevrons locked in. The Asgard required 8 chevrons to reach them.

Point of View - S3-E6

Other mistake: When the Asgard arrive to save the day they start by beaming out the Goa'ould but Teal'c gets left behind. He should have been beamed out with the rest of them.

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Suggested correction: The Asgard know about Teal'c from the season 2 episode "Thor's Chariot". In that episode they upload his DNA profile into the Asgard computers so that he is not beamed away with the other Jaffa in that episode. His profile would have been kept so that he would known in any future contact situations with the Asgard.

Tanith

This correction seems to have been made without watching the episode (or remembering the episode). The Asgard spoken of are from an alternate reality when they never met Teal'c (and don't have his DNA). One could suggest that alternate reality Carter told them about Teal'c, but there were two of them, and she wouldn't have known alternate reality Teal'c was later killed.

Bishop73

Watergate - S4-E7

Plot hole: The team go through the gate to disable a drone with the intention of being able to close the active Stargate, but once they go through in a submarine, the gate closes behind them, rendering the mission pointless. (00:24:18)

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Suggested correction: This entry seems to have been made without watching the episode or you skipped a part. When the 3 enter the Stargate via the submarine, the Gate does NOT close behind them. It stays open, which we not only see but is how they can communicate with O'Neill. Then Dr. Markov says once they bring the drone in (to the submarine), they can shut the drone off and the Gate will close. Which is what they do (off-screen) and when they do, the Gate closes.

Bishop73

Small Victories (2) - S4-E1

Plot hole: Despite the Russian Government not being aware that the submarine is quarantined in a US port, a Russian Navy Sovremenny-class destroyer is visible in the background. (00:14:29)

Prophecy - S6-E21

Other mistake: When Jonas says he has flashes of what's going to happen (and no-one believes him), Teal'c says they have encountered many strange phenomena but no-one who could see the future. Except Jack and Teal'c had a whole "Groundhog Day" episode where, because they were stuck in a loop, they could see the future. Carter then says it goes against all the laws of physics as we know them, despite knowing time travel and other things that break the laws of known physics exists.

Bishop73

Citizen Joe - S8-E15

Factual error: At the end of the episode General O'Neill is introduced to Joe's wife. He is introduced as General O'Neill, but his insignia on his dress blue uniform is a Colonel - an eagle, not a General's star.

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Suggested correction: There is no eagle insignia on his uniform. He has one star (on each shoulder) to signify General.

Bishop73

Lockdown - S8-E3

Other mistake: When they are securing the base into three zones after already going into lockdown they secure zone one. Then zone three. Then zone two is secured. But because zone two is in between zones one and three it would already be secure. They are securing the zones from each other. Clearly showing O'Neill secure zone two with a closing bulkhead door displays the incompetence of one of the other two characters. (00:29:40 - 00:32:00)

Singularity - S1-E15

Revealing mistake: At the end of the opening credits, they approach a group of three dead bodies to tag them. The second body we see, wearing a light grey shirt, moves its head a little as they are passing the first body. (00:06:00)

jimba

The First Commandment - S1-E6

Revealing mistake: The shot of Daniel right after Conner says "They only come out at night," you can see the the breath of Daniel. The only time you see that is when It's fairly cool outside. The planet is suppose to be on the warm side. (00:08:30)

Insiders - S10-E4

Revealing mistake: When Ba'al is making his escape right before the Symbiote gas is released there are two shots of Ba'al clones entering into a room. In both shots one of the Ba'al clones is not Cliff Simon. (00:37:20)

Ascension - S5-E3

Carter: Hey, guys, what are you doing here?
O'Neill: We brought pizza and a movie.
Teal'c: Star Wars.
O'Neill: He's seen it, what, eight times?
Teal'c: Nine.
O'Neill: Nine times. If Teal'c likes it, it's got to be okay.
Carter: You've never seen Star Wars?
O'Neill: Aahh, you know me and sci-fi.

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