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Episode Summaries for Season Three

Episode 1 - Into the Fire
Original Air Date: June 25, 1999
Trapped on Hathor's planet, Carter and Daniel can only watch helplessly as Hathor implants O'Neill with a Goa'uld symbiote. General Hammond sends Colonel Makepeace and six Stargate units to reclaim SG-1, but when the units are defeated, Hammond decides to do the job himself. (Part 2 of 2).

Episode 2 - Seth
Original Air Date: July 2, 1999
Jacob Carter enlists the SG-1 team in his hunt for the ancient Goa'uld Lord Seth, whom he believes is hiding on Earth. A computer search reveals Seth has maintained power on Earth for thousands of years using false religion, and they trace him to a heavily armed compound in Washington state.

Episode 3 - Fair Game
Original Air Date: July 9, 1999
Asgard leader, Thor, tells O'Neill that the Goa'uld System Lords plan to attack Earth, and offers help in negotiating a peace deal. Three System Lords attend the session, Yu, Nirrti, and Cronus. They initially agree to the Asgard's peace proposal, on the condition that Earth gives up the Stargate.

Episode 4 - Legacy
Original Air Date: July 16, 1999
During a routine mission, the SG-1 team discovers corpses of a league of Goa'uld who challenged the System Lords. One is holding a tablet, and after Daniel touches it, he begins to hear voices and see nightmarish visions. Medical tests indicate that he is suffering from schizophrenia.

Episode 5 - Learning Curve
Original Air Date: July 23, 1999
In the pursuit of knowledge, Jack O'Neill, Teal'c, and Daniel Jackson travel to the planet Orban as part of an exchange program. O'Neill and the rest of SG-1 soon discover that the children on this planet are used to acquire knowledge for the entire population, then discarded.

Episode 6 - Point of View
Original Air Date: July 30, 1999
The SGC is taken aback when an alternate reality version of Samantha Carter and the deceased Major Kawalsky are found in top secret Area 51. To transport themselves to our reality, they used the quantum mirror (last seen in season one's There But For The Grace of God).

Episode 7 - Deadman Switch
Original Air Date: August 6, 1999
SG-1 travels to planet PJ6-877 for a routine exploration. Almost immediately, they are captured in an invisible force-field by alien bounty hunter, who is hunting a Goa'uld wanted by the evil System Lord Sokar. He attempts to solicit help from SG-1, in exchange for their freedom.

Episode 8 - Demons
Original Air Date: August 13, 1999
SG-1 arrives at a medieval village and frees a young woman who has been left outside tied to a stake. Simon, friar of the village, explains that she is a sacrifice for a demon that plagues their village. The Canon chose her when he mistook her illness for evil possession.

Episode 9 - Rules of Engagement
Original Air Date: August 20, 1999
Upon exiting the Stargate, SG-1 finds itself in the midst of battle. A group of SG soldiers battles a Jaffa army. Believing the soldiers to be the missing-in-action SG-11 team, O'Neill and the others provide assistance. Much to their surprise, the mystery SG team turns their weapons on SG-1.

Episode 10 - Forever in a Day
Original Air Date: October 8, 1999
As SG-1 attempts a rescue of captured Abydonians, Daniel sees his long lost wife Sha're in a nearby tent. He follows her inside, where Sha're, who is actually the Goa'uld Amonet, takes Daniel in the grip of a ribbon device. Teal'c enters the tent with his staff weapon as Daniel falls unconscious.

Episode 11 - Past and Present
Original Air Date: October 15, 1999
SG-1 travels to a planet whose inhabitants are suffering from mass retrograde amnesia. They have no memory of their lives, and report that their elders and children are missing. Their planet faces complete devastation unless the people's memories can be restored.

Episode 12 - Jolinar's Memories
Original Air Date: October 22, 1999
The Tok'ra Martouf arrives at the SGC with troubling news: Carter's father, Jacob, and his Tok'ra symbiote Selmak, have been captured by the evil Goa'uld System Lord Sokar and imprisoned on a moon called Netu, which Sokar has transformed into a literal Hell. (Part 1 of 2).

Episode 13 - The Devil You Know
Original Air Date: October 29, 1999
During an attempt to rescue Jacob Carter, SG-1 and Martouf are captured by Apophis, who is determined to use their information to overthrow Sokar. With Tok'ra memory technology and a hallucinogenic drug, each prisoner is forced to relive vivid, painful memories. (Part 2 of 2).

Episode 14 - Foothold
Original Air Date: November 5, 1999
On their return from a mission, SG-1 learns that part of the SGC has been sealed off due to a chemical leak. Soon after, Dr. Fraiser injects each member of the team with a sedative, rendering them unconscious. Teal'c awakens to see Dr. Fraiser and General Hammond talking with two aliens.

Episode 15 - Pretense
Original Air Date: January 21, 2000
The Tollan Narim pays an unexpected visit to the SGC, inviting the members of SG-1 to participate in "Triad." When SG-1 shows up on the new Tollan home world, they learn that the Triad is an ancient ceremony of justice, and the person on trial is their old friend Skaara.

Episode 16 - Urgo
Original Air Date: January 28, 2000
SG-1 steps through the Stargate on their way to a paradise planet and end up back at the SGC. Adding to their confusion is Hammond's assertion that the team was gone for fifteen hours. An analysis of the MALP data reveals a brief initial image of an alien lab just before the paradise view.

Episode 17 - A Hundred Days
Original Air Date: February 4, 2000
Colonel O'Neill and the rest of the SG-1 team have established ties with a small village on the planet Edora, and their leader Laira, with whom O'Neill shares a mutual and quiet attraction. Everyone gathers to watch the annual meteor shower referred to by the natives as "fire rain."

Episode 18 - Shades of Grey
Original Air Date: February 11, 2000
SG-1 travels to Tollana to negotiate a trade. O'Neill becomes annoyed when the Tollans refuse to cooperate due to their fear that any weaponry given to Earth would likely be used on itself than against the Goa'uld. In an act that shocks the rest of his team, O'Neill steals a Tollan device.

Episode 19 - New Ground
Original Air Date: February 18, 2000
The team travels to a planet where the planet's two cultures have been at war over their opposed beliefs regarding the Stargate. Upon their arrival, they are met by the curious Nyan, a scientist who explains that their arrival proves that the beliefs of his rival culture, the Optricans, is true.

Episode 20 - Maternal Instinct
Original Air Date: February 25, 2000
Using the combined knowledge of Bra'tac, Daniel, and computer analysis, SG-1 finds the planet most likely to be "Kheb", of Jaffa and Goa'uld legend. Bra'tac and SG-1 travel to the planet in search of the Harsesis child, who Apophis fathered with Sha're/Amaunet, to find the child before Apophis.

Episode 21 - Crystal Skull
Original Air Date: March 3, 2000
Jackson becomes intrigued when the video transmission from the MALP reveals a huge Mayan pyramid with a glowing crystal skull in its center. He tells the rest of SG-1 and Hammond that the skull appears to be identical to one his grandfather, Nicholas Ballard, found in Belize in 1971.

Episode 22 - Nemesis
Original Air Date: March 10, 2000
O'Neill is suddenly transported aboard Thor's ship, where he is faced with hundreds of menacing looking metallic bugs. He learns from Thor that these bugs, called Replicators, are artificial organisms that have overtaken the ship and directed it toward Earth. (Part 1 of 2).
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