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In the Stargate SG-1 episode "200", there is a sketch showing SG-1 meeting the Furlings (which ends with Sam saying "Well that never happened!").

There are a few scenes that look like they were reused from previous seasons, like the Deathgliders getting shot up (one of the season opening credits used it). I also suspect that Teal'c saying "we led them straight here" was stock footage since he is without hair in that clip, but "200" was a Season 10 episode and he was on his third season with hair.

Which episodes did this sketch pull stock footage from?

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  • I'm not sure if [identify-this-episode] would be appropriate for this question or not. Nov 12, 2017 at 1:39

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This Video suggests that those scenes were shot especially for the 200th episode, to match the fans "ewok-style furry creatures" idea (see the Ewok-style village as well as the Koala style bodysuits).
While Gateworld (producers of the video) are fans rather than authoritative sources, they have been active for over a decade and the video is a full investigation into the Furlings, including re-watching all episodes to find mentions so they definitely would have come across those clips if they had existed anywhere else.

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  • Where does that video state that? I didn't notice it.
    – Joachim
    Apr 30, 2021 at 20:54
  • 8:30 "..... never happened. It was a fun nod from the Show's writers to the fans ....."
    – Dragonel
    Apr 30, 2021 at 21:18
  • How does that imply "those scenes were shot especially for the 200th episode", which is what this question is about?
    – Joachim
    May 1, 2021 at 9:02
  • "Never happened" = did not previously exist. Check the final sentence - if the clips had come from any other episode Gateworld would have found them & said so.
    – Dragonel
    May 3, 2021 at 15:34
  • I always thought it was pretty obvious that it was a comedy sketch made up for the 200th show and made for fun. I never thought beyond that because there was nothing to think about other than enjoy the joke. May 28, 2022 at 21:11

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