"It's fascinating," Daniel said, drooling over the large, stone structure before them. It was about ten feet tall, four feet wide and had all kinds of ancient inscriptions on it.

"I know!" exclaimed Sam. "These energy readings are amazing. It'."

Cam looked at her. "Did you just say 'Extra special thingy'?" he questioned. Sam glared at him.

"No. I said ''..."

"Okay, okay, we get the point," Cam interrupted. He could never make heads or tails out of what Sam said. But that was okay. As long as she knew what she was talking about, everything was fine. After all, she was smart and Cam wasn't too proud to admit that he was dumber than she was.

"This dialect is really old!" Daniel said, scribbling in his notebook.

"Yeah, yeah," Vala was looking around, extremely bored. "Where's the gold?"

"There is no gold." Tealc said, his deep voice hiding a hint of amusement. "I merely informed you there was so that you would not irritate General Landry about giving us a different mission."

"What?" Vala exclaimed. "Oh, well, I guess it's for the best."

"Indeed," Tealc agreed. Cam leaned against the structure.

"Whoa!" Sam suddenly exclaimed. "These measurements are going wild!"

Daniel stepped back from the structure. "I didn't do anything!"

"Oh, boy..." Cam backed away as well. "I think I did."

"Shouldn't we run?" asked Vala.


Before anybody could say another word, there was a blinding flash of light and a weird, high-pitched grating sound. Each member of SG-1 felt an explosion burst from the structure, and all were knocked unconscious.