07.01 Episode 133
Airdate: June 13, 2003

On a distant planet, in a blinding flash of light, the body of a naked man appears lying amid ancient ruins inhabited by wandering nomads. It is Daniel Jackson, but he has no memory of his identity or his past. Meanwhile, on Earth, Jonas believes that the Ancient tablet recovered from Abydos points to a planet called Vis Uban as the location of the Lost City of the Ancients for which they have been searching. SG-1 journeys to the planet, and finds instead the ancient ruins and nomadic tribe that had taken in Daniel Jackson as one of their own.

Reunited with his teammates, Daniel hesitantly agrees to return to Earth. He has no memory of his life as an ascended being, but he may have been expelled by the Others and returned to human form for interfering in the battle against Anubis. Once on Earth, memories of his life before his ascension slowly begin to return, and he assists SG-1 in their plan to lure Anubis to Vis Uban in order to destroy his superweapon. Daniel and Jonas ring aboard Anubis's mothership to relay coordinates to O'Neill and Carter, who prepare to pilot an F-302 to destroy the weapon's ventilation shaft.

Teal'c approaches Lord Yu, who agrees to bring the full force of the System Lords against Anubis, but Yu's mind is failing, and as O'Neill and Carter engage Anubis's death gliders, Yu turns his fleet away and takes Teal'c into custody. Left to face Anubis alone, O'Neill and Carter use a subspace window to penetrate his defensive shields and target the ventilation shaft, forcing Anubis to power down his superweapon. Daniel and Jonas attempt to make their escape from the ship, but Jonas is captured by Anubis, who displays the spiked mind probe he will use to acquire Jonas's knowledge.

Written by: Robert C. Cooper
Directed by: Martin Wood

Guest Starring: Corin Nemec as Jonas Quinn, George Touliatos as Shamda, Kevan Ohtsji as Oshu, David Palffy as Anubis, Michael Adamthwaite as Herak, Gary Jones as Technician, Teryl Rothery as Dr. Fraiser, Vince Crestejo as Yu the Great, Eric Breker as Colonel Reynolds, Raahul Singh as Khordib, Johannah Newmarch as Sina, Mary-Jane Baker as Special Forces

Reference: Ancient Tablet, Anubis, Anubis's Superweapon, Arrom, F-302, Force Field, Ha'tak, Herak, Holographic Projection, Hyperspace, Daniel Jackson, Khordib, Lost City, Mind Probe, Oshu, Radioactive Isotope, Colonel Reynolds, Sarcophagus, Shamda, Sergeant Siler, Sina, System Lords, Tok'ra, Tok'ra Communicator, Vis Uban, Major Wood, Yu


Vis Uban

Nomadic Tribes

Anubis's Mothership