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Cor-ai


TEASER

EXT—STARGATE ON P3X-1279

[SG-1 comes through the Stargate into a village.]

CARTER
Looks deserted.
TEAL'C
O'Neill. I have been here before.
DANIEL
What? You have?
TEAL'C
Yes. This world is called Cartago.
DANIEL
What can you tell us about it?
TEAL'C
The Goa'uld visit here regularly. It is one of their favorites places to harvest hosts for Goa'uld absorption.
DANIEL
You know, I wish you wouldn't say "harvest." We're talking about human beings, not brussel sprouts.
TEAL'C
That is how the Goa'uld perceive it.
DANIEL
So the locals aren't used to friendly visitors.
O'NEILL
Well, that would answer why no welcome mat, I suppose, huh?
CARTER
Colonel, this is weird, I mean all the food here is fresh. There's even something cooking on that fire.
DANIEL
But there's no one around.
O'NEILL
Well, keep your heads up.
INT—A MEETING ROOM

O'NEILL
It hasn't been deserted long.
[Male villagers enter room from all sides, holding small crossbow-type weapons.]

HANNO
Hak-ka!
[SG-1 faces off against locals, each side aiming their weapons at the other.]

CARTER
Colonel?
O'NEILL
Hold your fire.
DANIEL
They probably think we're Goa'ulds.
O'NEILL
Daniel? Think you could find a language that would communicate to these people that we're human like they are, and that we're friendly?
HANNO
Why should I believe you? That is a weapon.
O'NEILL
So is that. Tell you what. I'll go first.
[O'Neill lowers his weapon. Villagers do so also after a silent command by Hanno. Hanno walks up to each member of SG-1 in turn, ending with Teal'c.]

HANNO
Jaffa!
DANIEL
Hold it!
[The villagers surround Teal'c and point their weapons at him.]

O'NEILL
Jaffa yes, but he's good guy.
CARTER
You don't know him. He's peaceful. Tell him you're peaceful, Teal'c.
TEAL'C
It is true.
HANNO
He lies! I know him.
O'NEILL
How?
HANNO
This Jaffa killed my father.
END TEASER—OPENING CREDITS
INT—MEETING ROOM

O'NEILL
Teal, you ever seen this kid before?
TEAL'C
I have not.
HANNO
He's a coward. He lies.
MILITIA MAN
Hanno! The mandates.
HANNO
He is not Byrsa. The mandates do not apply.
MILITIA MAN
And what if you are mistaken? I do not recognize this Jaffa.
HANNO
He is the one. He killed my father!
MILITIA MAN
If you are right, he will be put through Cor-ai. But we do not take revenge like this, or we are no better than the Jaffa.
HANNO
Cor-ai will sustain my belief.
DANIEL
Cor-ai.
HANNO
But first you meet the elders. Come!
[Hanno leads them out of room.]

O'NEILL
I always wanted to meet the elders.
EXT—VILLAGE SQUARE

[More villagers begin arriving.]

DANIEL
That's interesting. I wonder if everyone's coming from some religious event.
O'NEILL
What does it always have to be a religious thing with you? Maybe they're coming from a swap meet.
HANNO
When the gods come through the Circ Kakona, we scatter in many directions to hide from those who would hurt us. They are overdue to visit us again.
DANIEL
Circ—that's a Latin derivation. Circova Kakona—that's Greek. That's weird. Two root languages in one culture.
CARTER
What does it mean?
DANIEL
Circ Kakona—circle of woes. Their name for the Stargate?
CARTER
I don't like this.
FEMALE ELDER
You may approach.
[SG-1 approaches, O'Neill first.]

FEMALE ELDER
You are the leader, yes?
O'NEILL
Yes.
FEMALE ELDER
You may go.
O'NEILL
Just like that?
DANIEL
Wait—we'd like to say a little while and learn from you. Possibly you can learn from us, I mean, you seem to need help avoiding the Goa'ulds.
FEMALE ELDER
You may go. Now.
O'NEILL
Daniel? It's important that we respect our elders. Teal'c, dial it up.
FEMALE ELDER
Not him.
[Villagers surround Teal'c, holding their weapons on him.]

O'NEILL
Excuse me?
HANNO
For him there will be Cor-ai.
O'NEILL
All right, let me bottom line it for you, okay? You can't have that man.
HANNO
He's not a man. He's Jaffa.
O'NEILL
He's already told you he doesn't know who you are.
HANNO
You say you don't remember me.
TEAL'C
I do not.
HANNO
Then maybe you remember this.
[Hanno holds up a worn, crude crutch.]

FLASHBACK

INT—MEETING ROOM

[Villagers are screaming.]

APOPHIS
Do it!
YOUNG HANNO
Father! Father! No!
[Teal'c shoots a man with his staff weapon. The man was using the crutch. Young Hanno breaks out of group being held back by Jaffa and runs to his father's body.]

YOUNG HANNO
Father. No.
[Boy looks at Teal'c and cries.]

PRESENT TIME—EXT—VILLAGE SQUARE

HANNO
You remember me now, do you not?
O'NEILL
Don't say anything, Teal'c.
TEAL'C
But I must.
O'NEILL
That's an order. Don't say anything.
HANNO
He does not need to say anything. Take him in custody.
O'NEILL
Hold it!
[O'Neill raises his M-16. Daniel puts his hands on O'Neill's gun and hand to stop him.]

DANIEL
Jack, that is not the way to handle this.
[Villagers remove Teal'c's jacket and take him away.]

INT—ROOM WITH LARGE, CAGE-LIKE JAIL CELL IN CENTER

[Villagers put Teal'c into the cell. His hands are tied behind his back.]

O'NEILL
I don't suppose we could get him out on bail.
HANNO
He is guilty. He must pay for what he has done.
O'NEILL
And you've already decided this.
HANNO
Yes.
O'NEILL
Hey. At least untie his hands. Come on.
[They untie Teal'c's hands.]

HANNO
Tomorrow we will have the Cor-ai. You are welcome to stay.
O'NEILL
Gee thanks.
[Hanno and other villagers leave.]

O'NEILL
All right, when they come back, Daniel, you draw 'em in. Carter and I will take right and left flanks.
DANIEL
Ooh, wait a minute. Are you talking break out?
O'NEILL
Uh, yeah. We're going to grab Teal'c and head straight for the Stargate. It'd be nice if we could do it without bloodshed.
TEAL'C
No.
O'NEILL
Excuse me?
TEAL'C
Do not attempt your plan. I will not go.
O'NEILL
You know that's a really odd sound. I thought you just said you wouldn't go?
TEAL'C
That is correct.
O'NEILL
Why?
TEAL'C
Because to go would disrespect the Byrsa.
O'NEILL
Disrespect?
DANIEL
Teal'c is right. We should show some respect.
O'NEILL
Did anyone else hear that kid say that Teal'c was guilty already? For all we know, they wanna kill him.
DANIEL
Wait wait wait, who said anything about killing? I mean all they said was they want to put him through Cor-ai. Now near as I can figure, that is like a simple trial.
O'NEILL
Now see, it's that near as I can figure part that's got me a little worried. What if their idea of a simple trial is a simple beheading?
TEAL'C
I will not run.
EXT—VILLAGE SQUARE

INT—ROOM WITH JAIL CELL

[Three women descend stairs and sit in front of Teal'c's cell.]

O'NEILL
Excuse me, what are you doing?
BYRSA WOMAN
I am the Jaffa's voice for the Cor-ai.
O'NEILL
Well I think his voice is just fine.
DANIEL
I think she means kind of like his defense attorney.
BYRSA WOMAN
I have been chosen. Uh, I must witness his pecca-ve.
CARTER
What's a pecca-ve?
DANIEL
There's a Latin word that's similar. It basically means, I have sinned.
CARTER
She wants his confession?
O'NEILL
Has it occurred to anyone that he might not be guilty?
BYRSA WOMAN
If he were not guilty, there would be no Cor-ai.
O'NEILL
Innocent until proven guilty. Heard of it?
DANIEL
Actually, throughout history the idea's pretty rare. Most cultures usually assume things the other way around. I'm just saying.
BYRSA WOMAN
I must hear the Jaffa's pecca-ve.
O'NEILL
Well, you're outta luck, 'cause you're not going to get him to pecca-anything.
BYRSA WOMAN
Then who will be his voice? O'NEILL
That would be me.
CARTER
Uh, you?
BYRSA WOMAN
You will be his voice for the Cor-ai?
O'NEILL
Yep.
BYRSA WOMAN
As you wish. I will tell the elders.
[The three women leave.]

DANIEL
You sure you're up to this?
O'NEILL
Why? You don't think I am?
DANIEL
Well, it's—it's just that I've never actually heard you referred to as a diplomat. I think, um, antagonist was the word used.
O'NEILL
But I'm his commanding officer. It comes with the territory.
CARTER
Wouldn't Daniel be better at it, I mean, being a linguist and a cultural expert? Sir.
O'NEILL
All right, we'll all do it. How's that?
DANIEL
That's fine.
CARTER
Co, co-counsels. Works for me.
INT—MEETING ROOM FROM FIRST SCENE—NOW USED AS A COURTROOM

[Villagers watch from an observation area. Teal'c enters a witness circle. Female Elder enters and takes her place. Hanno kneels before Teal'c.]

HANNO
I am sorry.
TEAL'C
You are sorry.
HANNO
When I first saw you, I let my anger control me, and I threatened your life. This is counter to Byrsa mandates, and by doing it I shamed myself and my whole clan. I ask your forgiveness.
TEAL'C
You have it.
[Crowd murmurs disbelief.]

O'NEILL
This is startin' off better than I thought it would.
HANNO
Jaffa, you killed my father. For this crime the punishment is death. I will now lead the Cor-ai.
O'NEILL
Objection! That's something we say back on earth when…never mind. You can't be the judge; that's not fair.
HANNO
Judge?
O'NEILL
Yeah, the guy who controls the proceedings, decides what happens here.
HANNO
Why is it not fair?
O'NEILL
Because you're the son of the victim.
HANNO
Yes.
O'NEILL
Well, the judge has to be impartial.
HANNO
What does that mean?
DANIEL
Uh, impartiality would require someone who hasn't already formed an opinion about Teal'c's guilt or innocence.
HANNO
How could there be such a person? Anyone who has a mind has an opinion.
O'NEILL
Your honors, I respectfully request that someone else be in control of this…what is it?
DANIEL
Cor-ai.
O'NEILL
Cor-ai.
FEMALE ELDER
Only the person who has suffered understands the pain which has been inflicted. Who else can fairly say what the punishment must be?
O'NEILL
Well, you could for one.
FEMALE ELDER
Hanno will continue.
O'NEILL
Unbelievable.
DANIEL
It's actually rather Talmudic—only he who is wronged can forgive.
O'NEILL
Will you can it?
HANNO
You remember me?
TEAL'C
I do.
HANNO
Then you are the one who killed my father, are you not?
O'NEILL
Don't answer that, Teal'c.
TEAL'C
Yes. I am the one who killed your father.
[Bells ring indicating the proceedings are over for the moment.]

EXT—VILLAGE SQUARE

INT—COURTROOM

[Room is now empty except for O'Neill, Teal'c, and some guards.]

O'NEILL
Teal'c are you trying to commit suicide?
TEAL'C
I do not understand.
O'NEILL
Why didn't you tell me you were guilty. At least before you told a room full of people that wanna see you dead.
TEAL'C
You already knew, only you did not want to hear it. That is why you asked me not to speak.
O'NEILL
What happened?
TEAL'C
Apophis ordered me to kill Hanno's father.
O'NEILL
Hey, can you guys guard from outside? We're not goin' anywhere.
[Guards leave.]

O'NEILL
So, you were following orders.
TEAL'C
Hanno's father died by my hand. No one else's. I am responsible. What I did while serving Apophis, I will not hide from.
O'NEILL
Even if the punishment is death?
TEAL'C
Then that is what I deserve.
O'NEILL
Teal'c, you sound like you wanna die.
TEAL'C
Colonel O'Neill, have you ever faced the crying eyes of a child whose father you have just murdered?
O'NEILL
Not exactly. Teal'c, there are a lot things we do that we wish we could change and we sure as hell can't forget, but the whole concept of chain of command undermines the idea of free will. So as soldiers, we have to do some pretty awful stuff. But we're following orders like we were trained to. It doesn't make it easier; it certainly doesn't make it right, but it does put some of the responsibility on the guy giving those orders.
TEAL'C
Then you are saying Apophis is responsible for Hanno's father's death.
O'NEILL
Yes.
TEAL'C
You are wrong, O'Neill. While in the service of Apophis I did many things. For these deeds, my victims deserve retribution.
O'NEILL
Can we focus on this one case only for now please?
TEAL'C
This case represents the many.
O'NEILL
Well is shouldn't! Why? Why are you doin' this?
TEAL'C
When I look into Hanno's eyes, I see the horror on the faces of many others, as their loved ones prepare for Goa'uld absorption. Worse yet is the face of the victims whom I selected as they realize they are about to take their final human breath. Hanno's father is not the first nor the last of those whose lives I've taken. And I have done far worse, O'Neill. I cannot give all of their loved ones retribution, but I can at least give it to this one. I am sorry, O'Neill. I will not run.
O'NEILL
Well, I'm sorry, Teal'c, but that's unacceptable. I'm going to to do what I have to do to keep you alive whether you like it or not.
[Bells ring, and villagers reconvene in the courtroom. Daniel and Carter enter.]

O'NEILL
What's the plan of attack?
DANIEL
Well, the way I look at it, Teal'c has already pled guilty. So to draw a parallel to an American trial, we have to look at this as sort of like the sentencing phase. We need to prove to these people that he doesn't deserve to die.
CARTER
How do we do that?
DANIEL
We need to convince them that he's a different man now than he was then.
O'NEILL
Good luck.
[Female Elder enters. Daniel becomes the witness.]

O'NEILL
Tell us what happened to your wife.
DANIEL
Her name is Sha're. She was captured by Apophis' serpent guards, and changed.
O'NEILL
She's now a Goa'uld?
DANIEL
Inhabited by one, yes.
[Crowd murmurs from gallery.]

O'NEILL
And how did she get to be one of the victims?
DANIEL
The leader of the serpent guards picked her out of a crowd of other women, at random, really.
O'NEILL
Who was this serpent guard?
DANIEL
Teal'c.
[More murmurs from crowd.]

DANIEL
The old Teal'c. At that time, he hadn't joined us yet. He didn't know me or that Sha're was my wife.
O'NEILL
But the fact is you now work side by side with the man responsible for your wife's fate.
DANIEL
It was difficult for me at first, I wanted to hate him. But now I know that it was a different Teal'c that chose Sha'uri and I know that if there were any way for him to help me get my wife back, this Teal'c would do it gladly. Even if it meant giving up his own life. This Teal'c is my friend.
TEAL'C
There were fifty human captives. All were unarmed. Apophis ordered me to slaughter them all.
CARTER
But you didn't, did you?
TEAL'C
I did not.
CARTER
What did you do?
TEAL'C
I turned my weapon on my fellow serpent guards.
CARTER
It was a huge risk for you, wasn't it, Teal'c?
TEAL'C
I made a decision.
CARTER
I think you're being a little modest here. You have a family. Do you think you'll ever see them again?
TEAL'C
It is unlikely.
EXT—VILLAGE

[Daniel is walking in the village. The Byrsa Woman approaches him.]

BYRSA WOMAN
Have you lost your way?
DANIEL
Oh, no, I'm—I'm just looking around, if that's okay.
BYRSA WOMAN
You are welcome to do so.
DANIEL
You have a very lovely existence.
BYRSA WOMAN
Thank you. It would be made lovelier were it not for the Goa'ulds, and the Jaffa.
DANIEL
The one thing I—I can't seem to figure out is, is, where you live.
BYRSA WOMAN
We live here.
DANIEL
Oh, no no, where do you, where do you sleep at night? Where do you take shelter? Where do you sleep?
BYRSA WOMAN
We sleep in the hiding.
DANIEL
The hiding.
BYRSA WOMAN
We have hidden caves and tunnels in all directions. When the evil ones come in through the Circ-Kakona, we flee in all directions and we disappear.
DANIEL
So they catch only the slowest among you.
BYRSA WOMAN
Oh, no, we would never leave anyone behind. We all go, or none of us do.
INT—ROOM WITH JAIL CELL

DANIEL
I think I might have something that might help us out. Teal'c, tell us exactly what happened that day.
TEAL'C
Apophis ordered me to kill one of the villagers so the rest would obey.
DANIEL
Okay, well I think we've all heard the reader's digest version of the story, but there's more to it, isn't there. Like why you chose Hanno's father.
TEAL'C
We brought those we had captured back to the hall. Apophis ordered the selection process to begin.
FLASHBACK

INT—MEETING ROOM

[The villagers are struggling against the Jaffa.]

APOPHIS
Teal'c. Kill one of them.
[The villagers try to fight the Jaffa guards.]

APOPHIS
I said kill one of them. If you hesitate I will kill them all.
[Hanno's father holds his hand out to Teal'c, as if asking to be killed.]

APOPHIS
Do it.
[Teal'c lowers his visor and points staff at Hanno's father.]

YOUNG HANNO
Father! No!
[Teal'c shoots Hanno's father with his staff weapon. Hanno runs to father's body.]

YOUNG HANNO
Father! No! No! Father! No.
PRESENT TIME

INT—ROOM WITH JAIL CELL

TEAL'C
Apophis chose seven women, and let the rest go.
DANIEL
The truth is our defense.
CARTER
I think I see where you're going with this, Daniel. This is good. This could make the difference in the Cor-ai.
O'NEILL
It's a kangaroo court. Nothing's going to make a difference. Isn't that painfully obvious to anybody? That kid made up his mind before we even got here.
DANIEL
So what do you suggest?
O'NEILL
Carter and I are going back to Earth for reinforcements.
DANIEL
What, you're going to shoot his way out?
O'NEILL
No, Daniel. I'm hoping we can bring back enough fire power so it'll scare 'em into turning Teal'c over. That's how I'd like to see it go down.
TEAL'C
I have already told you, O'Neill. I will not run.
O'NEILL
Teal'c, you're going back with us if I have to knock you out and carry you myself. Got it? Buy as much time as you can, Daniel.
INT—SGC GATE ROOM

[Carter and O'Neill arrive through the Stargate.]

HAMMOND
Where are Teal'c and Daniel?
O'NEILL
We'll explain, sir. First, I need you to mobilize a combat unit ready to go back to that planet ASAP.
HAMMOND
Do it. No how about filling me in?
INT—COURTROOM

DANIEL
So, by killing that man, you actually saved the lives of the rest of the villagers. You even saved Hanno's life.
TEAL'C
It is true.
DANIEL
But can you really be sure Apophis would have really killed the rest of the villagers.
TEAL'C
I have seen him do it many times.
DANIEL
So although you were faced with a terrible decision, you chose the lesser of two evils.
HANNO
He chose to kill a crippled man. The man least able to run away, the most helpless of us all. His choice was not moral. It was cowardly and evil.
DANIEL
Hanno, I'm told the Byrsa's only defense against the Goa'ulds is their ability to run and hide. Is that right?
HANNO
We have escape tunnels and caves. When the lights on the Circ-Kakona appear, we can disappear before the Goa'uld arrive.
DANIEL
But, you have to move fast, right?
HANNO
Of course.
DANIEL
Teal'c, did you know that back then.
TEAL'C
I did. It was often very difficult to locate the villagers. They seemed to be able to vanish into the forest, as quickly as a flock of birds.
DANIEL
How fast could your father move, with only one leg?
HANNO
It was not important. As a member of the clan, he would never be left behind.
DANIEL
So in other words, your group can only move as fast as its slowest member? Right? Teal'c, why did you choose Hanno's father?
TEAL'C
I saw his injury. I knew that without him the group could move more quickly. Perhaps even evade us the next time we came.
HANNO
No, I will not hear this.
DANIEL
So you made a decision. You chose to kill one that day to save many later. Is that right?
TEAL'C
It is correct.
DANIEL
So if Teal'c hadn't made that decision, many of you might not be alive today to want him dead.
HANNO
I do not understand the relevance of any of this.
DANIEL
I am trying to prove to you that Teal'c is a good man. He is very important to all of us in fighting the Goa'ulds and the Jaffa. Therefore I ask that you spare his life.
HANNO
You have defended this Jaffa repeatedly by saying he is a changed man. And for proof you have given many examples of his firing upon his former comrades.
DANIEL
Yes.
HANNO
Than why did he not fire upon them here instead of killing my father.
DANIEL
Because it wouldn't have done any good.
HANNO
My father might be alive today.
DANIEL
No, not necessarily. Even if Teal'c had succeeded that day, the Goa'uld would have sent more Jaffa to exterminate everyone—your entire population.
HANNO
How do you know that? They did not do that to your people.
DANIEL
They tried. We have defenses that you don't. Teal'c may have killed Hanno's father, but in doing so he saved you, and you, and—and all of you. Teal'c's death will not change the past, but his continued life can help all of our future. Can you really justify killing him now?
FEMALE ELDER
His fate is not to be decided by us. Cor-ai mandates that only Hanno can make that decision.
HANNO
Your argument is wise, and moving. I commend you.
DANIEL
Thank you.
HANNO
You have made a compelling argument that this Jaffa's more recent and continuing good should somehow negate his past evil. I have but one final question. Can his recent actions, or any future actions, return my father from the dead?
DANIEL
No, no, of course not.
HANNO
Then clearly no amount of good in the present can erase what he has done in the past. Jaffa, you are guilty of killing my father. Tomorrow, at mid-day, you will die by your own weapon. As my father did.
INT—SGC CONFERENCE ROOM

HAMMOND
I'm confused, Captain. Are these people hostiles?
CARTER
Well sir, that would depend on your definition of hostiles.
O'NEILL
They have Teal'c prisoner. They plan to execute him. I'd call that hostile.
HAMMOND
But it sounds to me as if they've treated the rest of you with the utmost respect. Now you want to launch an assault on them?
O'NEILL
No, sir. I'm hoping once they see our superior numbers and firepower, they'll release him without incident.
HAMMOND
Colonel, the United States is not in the business of interfering in other people's affairs.
O'NEILL
Since when, sir?
HAMMOND
Since this administration was elected.
O'NEILL
Well, I don't think the president would have a problem with us going in and trying to rescue one of our own.
HAMMOND
Teal'c is not one of our own.
CARTER
He's not?
HAMMOND
I mean in the eyes of the government. He's not an American citizen. Hell, he's not even an Earth citizen.
O'NEILL
I don't believe I'm hearing this from you, sir.
CARTER
General Hammond, sir, if I may. Even setting aside that Teal'c is our friend, how can you let such a valuable information resource be taken away?
HAMMOND
These people's laws in this regard are no different from our own. We don't stop pursuing war criminals because they have a change of heart.
O'NEILL
War criminals.
HAMMOND
Yes, Colonel, he is. Like it or not, what the Jaffa have done to these people and thousands of other people is a crime. Now Teal'c spent many years serving the Goa'uld doing some damned distasteful things. Surely both of you must realize that this was bound to happen sooner or later.
O'NEILL
General Hammond, I have spent a lot of years in the service of my country, and I have been ordered to do some damned distasteful things. I will not allow them to execute my friend.
CARTER
Sir, Teal'c has proven his loyalty to us countless times. Don't you think we should do the same?
HAMMOND
My own personal opinion says yes. But the government policies under which I must weigh my decisions, say no.
O'NEILL
Well fine, let's call the president!
HAMMOND
That's enough, Colonel!
CARTER
General, sir, we don't have a lot of time here.
HAMMOND
Right.
INT—ROOM WITH JAIL CELL

[Women are applying paint in curved lines to Teal'c's torso and face. Daniel arrives.]

DANIEL
What are they doing?
TEAL'C
Preparing me for my death.
DANIEL
Oh.
TEAL'C
I would like to ask one final favor.
DANIEL
What is it?
TEAL'C
I would like to volunteer my lifeless body, and that of my symbiote, for your scientists to study. Perhaps you can better learn ways to battle the Goa'uld and the Jaffa.
DANIEL
Well, don't worry, Teal'c, there's not going to be any body to donate. Jack and Carter should be back any minute with the troops.
TEAL'C
Daniel Jackson. You must not allow Colonel O'Neill to deny the retribution the Byrsa deserve.
DANIEL
You know I have to admit, Teal'c, for once I agree with Jack. I mean, I respect your wishes, but I don't believe that you deserve to die.
INT—SGC CONFERENCE ROOM

[Hammond enters room.]

HAMMOND
I'm sorry, Colonel, the president won't authorize a rescue.
O'NEILL
I don't believe it.
CARTER
What?
HAMMOND
I agree with the president's decision. We can't commit troops to risk their lives in an action that I believe is morally ambiguous.
O'NEILL
That's where I respectfully disagree, sir.
HAMMOND
You have the right to disagree, Colonel, but you do not have the right to take actions against orders, is that understood?
EXT—VILLAGE

[Village is in flames and disarray. O'Neill and Carter arrive through Stargate.]

O'NEILL
Things look a little different to you?
[Jaffa guards are herding villagers through village. O'Neill and Carter hide behind pillars, then head downstairs.]

INT—ROOM WITH JAIL CELL

[Cell is now empty.]

CARTER
Byrsa must have taken him with them.
O'NEILL
Let's hope it was the Byrsa.
CARTER
Maybe Daniel broke him out.
O'NEILL
Keep those positive thoughts comin', Captain. Let's go.
EXT—NEXT TO A BUILDING

[Jaffa are lining villagers up against a wall. They see Carter's shadow. Jaffa fire at Carter and O'Neill. O'Neill trips one, stabs him; Carter retrieves staff weapon and gives it to O'Neill.]

INT—SIDE AREA OF COURTROOM

[Villagers are gathered in a room with Teal'c and Daniel.]

HANNO
Now O'Neill has proved to me not only where his loyalties lie but yours as well.
TEAL'C
If you believe that it was O'Neill that informed the Goa'uld, you are mistaken.
HANNO
Then how is it that they know our escape routes?
DANIEL
What?
HANNO
We are trapped. Cut off from the hidings.
DANIEL
But Jack went back to Earth. The Goa'uld are not stupid. They probably figured it out on their own.
HANNO
The children and the slowest will hide here. The rest of us will try to draw them away into the forest.
DANIEL
Wait. Now let Teal'c go. We can help you but he is no good to you like this. Now I give you my word he will not try to run away.
HANNO
No he will not. You will stay here.
[Hanno bends to speak to a child.]

HANNO
If I do not survive, I entrust you to tell whoever does that I still wish my sentence to be carried out.
EXT VILLAGE, NEAR DHD

[Villagers are running through, Jaffa firing on them. Hanno sees O'Neill.]

INT—SIDE AREA OF COURTROOM

[Jaffa storm in to find hiding villagers, Teal'c and Daniel.]

DANIEL
Try not the let them see your face in case—
SHAK'L
Teal'c.
DANIEL
Shak'l.
[Boy gives Teal'c a knife.]

TEAL'C
(to Daniel)
Go.
[Daniel is led away by a Jaffa.]

SHAK'L
Your death will assure my place as first prime.
[Teal'c stabs Shak'l.]

TEAL'C
I am sorry.
INT—COURTROOM

[Teal'c fires on Jaffa. He leaps to stop a Jaffa from firing on group of villagers, gets hit in leg with staff blast but takes out a Jaffa. Jaffa aims staff at Teal'c. O'Neill and Carter arrive.]

O'NEILL
Hey!
[O'Neill fires on Jaffa who is threatening Teal'c. Daniel kneels to check Teal'c's wound.]

DANIEL
Oh, looks bad. Let's get him home.
TEAL'C
No.
[Teal'c stands up with rest of SG-1's help, gives his staff to Hanno.]

TEAL'C
It is midday. I am prepared to accept my punishment.
O'NEILL
Teal'c.
HANNO
You would save those who wish to kill you?
TEAL'C
I would save those who deserve to live.
HANNO
I have made a mistake. My memory was faulty. You are not the same man as he who murdered my father.
TEAL'C
I am the one.
HANNO
No. That Jaffa is dead. You have killed him. We have our own wounded to care for. I suggest you take your friend home.
[Teal'c takes staff from Hanno, bows his head to him and steps away.]

O'NEILL
We can help you defend yourselves.
HANNO
We would appreciate that.
[SG-1 is alone in the courtroom. O'Neill puts his hand on Teal'c's shoulder.]


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Sonmi451 (10:42)

non à la hauteur de ce que j'esperais! ^^

Sonmi451 (10:42)

et toi?

Titepau04 (10:42)

Arrrfffff

Titepau04 (10:43)

Moi ça a été! Même si je serais bien restée plus longtemps au lit

Sonmi451 (10:43)

ha oui j'y serais resté aussi. ^^

Sonmi451 (10:45)

Là je pourrais dormir mais j'attends un coup de fil. ^^

Titepau04 (10:47)

C'est nul

Sonmi451 (10:48)

oui surtout qd on te dit qu'on te rappelle de suite. ^^

chrismaz66 (11:21)

Hé les filles, c'est vrai ça je suis pas fan des tchats, publics comme ça Alors ici il fait un temps pourri on se croirait en Bretagne mais sans les Bretons c'est nul !

CastleBeck (14:09)

Bonjour le gens!
Ici, c'est un temps gris de novembre... ce qui est mieux que le temps d'octobre qu'on attend à la fin de mois... (Euh, du moins, en décembre, vaut mieux éviter les temps d'octobre...) Enfin, bref, c'est le Québec et sa météo incompréhensible et ses preuves que, oui, il est possible qu'il y ait des changements climatiques...

stanary (16:33)

Ah la la c'est déprimant.... nous ici on a eu un peu moins de fraîcheur pour aujourd'hui ^^

Sonmi451 (19:36)

Passage rapide.

Sonmi451 (19:36)

Ici c'était brouillard et soleil avec de bonne température.

Sonmi451 (19:38)

C'était un passage rapide... A toute!

CastleBeck (20:38)

Effectivement, c'était rapide, Sonmi!
Sinon, comme je me suis plaint du temps gris, bah, le temps blanc est arrivé : Ça sent la soirée de pelletage (ou de )

stanary (20:46)

Argh !!! Je déteste la neige. Comment tu fais ?

CastleBeck (20:58)

Je me plains, je critique... Et j'essaie de me rappeler que 8 mois par année, j'aime quand même mon coin du monde! (et que pour les 4 autres mois, il y a aussi quelques bonnes raisons de l'aimer, malgré tout)
Sinon, bah, overdose de chocolat chaud et de bain chaud avec bouquins, et je ne sors pas de chez moi!

Sonmi451 (21:46)

Bonsoir,

Sonmi451 (21:46)

pause du jour, bonjour! ^^

Titepau04 (21:46)

Heyyyy!!! Salut!!!

stanary (21:47)

Bonsoir !

Sonmi451 (21:50)

Salut les filles

stanary (21:53)

Coucou ! Je crois qu'on va se retrouver ici toutes les trois chaque soir...

Titepau04 (21:54)

LOL!!! Les meilleures se donnent rendez-vous, que veux-tu?!!!

Sonmi451 (21:55)

Et en vous lisant, je m'aperçois qu'il est bientôt 22h!

Titepau04 (21:55)

Et???

stanary (21:55)

MDR ! T'as raison ! Mais bon, on se sera vite à court de conversations...

Titepau04 (21:56)

Bah non pourquoi?

Titepau04 (21:56)

J'ai vu sur ton profil que tu étais fan de ncisla??

stanary (21:57)

Oui j'aime bien. Mais après il faut que je regarde tout. Moi je suis arrivée plus sur la fin

Margauxd (12:42)

Nouveaux sondages sur les quartiers : Blindspot, The Last Ship et New-York Unité Spéciale, n'hésitez pas à voter !!

Titepau04 (21:41)

Nouveaux calendriers sur les quartiers NCIS Los Angeles, S Club 7 et Dr House!!! ^^

DGreyMan (21:47)

Nouveaux jeux, nouveau calendrier et nouveau sondage dans Game of Thrones. Merci d'avance.

leila36 (22:37)

Hohoho, venez admirer et commenter le nouveau design du quartier "Big Bang Theory". Vous n'allez pas le regretter.

emeline53 (22:43)

Le nouveau sondage de The Fosters vient d'arriver ! Venez nous dire ce que vous voulez comme cadeau de Noël

Sonmi451 (13:47)

Venez commenter les calendriers chez House, Scrubs, urgences et friends. Et au passage un petit vote pour les sondages sont les bienvenus, merci.

Profilage (20:16)

Bonsoir, un tout nouveau calendrier vient d'apparaitre sur les quartiers The 100 & Under the Dome. On vous attend !

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Nouveaux calendriers et sondages sur les quartiers Lie to Me et Jericho, venez nombreux, merci. Bonne soirée à tous !

Sonmi451 (08:43)

Design' spécial noël sur Scrubs, on attend vos commentaires.

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Nouveau calendrier sur le quartier "Elementary" ! Donnez votre avis sur le quartier de la série !

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Nouveau sondage sur le quartier "Elementary" ! N'hésitez pas à venir voter sur le quartier et à donner vos avis sur le topic approprié !

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Votez dès maintenant pour la Nouvelle Photo du Mois du quartier "Elementary" !

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Bonjour la citadelle ! Une grande animation vous attends sur The Night Shift, venez participer !

seriepoi (11:05)

Bonjour tout le monde ! Vous pouvez, si vous le souhaitez, venir sur le quartier "True Blood" pour commenter le (très) beau calendrier de décembre, fait par Sonmi. Merci par avance et bon dimanche à tous.

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Bonjour tout le monde! En plus du nouveau sondage, n'hésitez à venir découvrir le nouveau calendrier et la nouvelle photo du mois sur le quartier "The Last Ship"

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Bonjour tout le monde ! Il ne vous reste plus qu'une journée pour voter pour la voter de l'épisode 8x05 de The Vampire Diaries et pour participer à la review de cet épisode.

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Inscrivez-vous vite pour la grande partie d'HypnoGame Arrow qui aura lieu dans 6 jours!! Rendez-vous dans les forums de l'accueil!!

arween (18:46)

Venez voir les nouveaux calendriers de The Night Shift (serie²) et Dollhouse (Xana).

emeline53 (19:24)

Seulement 2 persones pour commenter le design Noël de The Fosters ? Venez donner votre avis en plus, un sondage sur votre souhait de cadeau est en ligne !

stella (19:25)

Special spécial Noel sur le quartier Downton Abbey et sans oublier son calendrier de l'avent original

DGreyMan (22:40)

Bonsoir. Sondage dédié à "Game of Thrones" dans le quartier "Harry Potter"...

DGreyMan (22:40)

... ou le contraire ! ^^

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Plus que quelques jours pour vous inscrire à la grande soirée HypnoGame Arrow dans les forums de l'accueil ou par MP!!!

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Bonjour à tous ! Aujourd'hui nous lançons une toute nouvelle rubrique, les reviews. Rendez-vous sur la page HypnoReview ou à l'accueil pour plus d'infos Bonne lecture et bonne journée !

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Bonjour !!!! Venez vous inscrire aux concours de Noël dans les quartiers de ncis Los Angeles et s club 7!!!
Et n'hésitez pas à commenter les calendriers au passage!!

cinto (11:39)

Fans de Dallas, Friends, Petite maison , Mission impossible, venez défendre votre série préférée chez Ma sorcière bien aimée: sondage "génériques"!

grims (16:47)

Coucou à tous ! une petite visite sur les quartiers Sons of anarchy, Outlander et Vikings serait sympa de jolis calendriers de Noël vous y attendent : ) merci d'avance pour votre passage

choup37 (17:13)

Calendriers aussi chez Kaamelott, Merlin, Doctor Who, Torchwood et Musketeers

choup37 (17:14)

(c'est super ces deux onglets pour alterner entre blabla et promo)

stella (19:34)

Case 5 du calendrier de l'avent de Downton Abbey vient d'être dévoilée.

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