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Stargate is an American science fiction franchise. It is based on the idea of an alien transportation device (the titular Stargate) making it possible to nearly instantaneously travel interstellar, and even intergalactic, distances. The franchise began with the Stargate movie in 1994, then continued with the television series Stargate SG-1, which was written as a sequel to the movie and aired from 1997 to 2007. Two other TV programs, Stargate Atlantis (2004-2009) and Stargate Universe (2009-2011), were set in the same continuity. The franchise has also given rise to novels, comic books, video games, an animated TV series, and two direct-to-DVD movies which concluded the storyline of Stargate SG-1. Not all of the additional media, however, are canonical with the continuity established in the film and the live-action TV programs and DVD movies.

The Stargate franchise and The Simpsons have several cast and crew members in common and have referred to each other on multiple occasions in their respective media.

Stargate SG-1[edit]

References to Stargate SG-1 in The Simpsons[edit]

Episodes[edit]

Picture Season Episode number Episode name Reference
Stargate SG-1.jpg 17 373 "Kiss Kiss Bang Bangalore" There is a Stargate SG-1 convention in which one of the lead actors, Richard Dean Anderson, who plays Jack O'Neill in Stargate attends. Several people are wearing SGC uniforms, alien masks and someone even has Apophis's symbol on his forehead. There are also people with SG-1 on their shirts and someone has the Earth point of origin symbol on his shirt.

Homer thinks he's a god and tries to persuade others that he is. This was a central plot device in earlier episodes of Stargate with the Gou'ald forcing people to believe that they were gods. Homer was a "good god" though, similar to the Asgard in Stargate, rather than the Gou'ald.

Comic Book Guy Kumiko Stargate and Sailor Moon.png 25 540 "Married to the Blob" At the Bi-Mon-Sci-Fi-Con costume contest, Kumiko dresses as Sailor Moon from Sailor Moon and Comic Book Guy dresses as a Stargate from Stargate SG-1. Kumiko then jumps though the Stargate and is dressed as a Gryffindor student from Harry Potter.

Books[edit]

Picture Book Reference
Table of Geeky Delights.jpg Lisa Simpson's Guide to Geek Chic Stargate (Sg1) is an element in Lisa's Table of Geeky Delights.

References to The Simpsons in Stargate SG-1[edit]

Picture Season Episode number Episode name Reference
1 22 "Within the Serpent's Grasp" O'Neill says "Mmm... Goa'uld TV" in the syndicated version. In the DVD version, he says something else.
3 64 "Maternal Instinct" When Jack O'Neill sees enemy Jaffa approaching, he says "D'oh".
4 66 "Small Victories" When Jack finds out he is not going fishing as another emergency has come up, he says "D'oh".
76 "Beneath the Surface" When SG-1 have had their memories erased, Jack states that he remembers a bald man who wears short sleeve shirts, who he thinks is called Homer.
6 114 "Frozen" O'Neill says "D'oh. I forgot to tape The Simpsons. It's important to me."
7 143 "Lost City, Part 1" O'Neill says "Excellent" like Mr. Burns and says that Burns is like Goa'uld to which Teal'c says that they are only animated characters. O'Neill also states that his entire VHS collection of The Simpsons is going to Siler when he dies.
Stylin' Joe.png 8 169 "Citizen Joe" Joe Spencer's (Dan Castellaneta) barbershop is called "Stylin' Joe", a reference to Smilin' Joe Fission. Also, Joe states that he understands the Mr. Burns as Goa'uld analogy.
Stargate Jack's boat.png 173 "Moebius, Part 1" Jack's boat is named "Homer" in the alternate time line, probably named after Homer Simpson. Homer is also written in Simpsons font.
174 "Moebius, Part 2" Jack's line "close enough" may be a reference to "Treehouse of Horror V" which also featured a time travel section where reality was changed.
10 206 "Line in the Sand" Samantha Carter says D'oh when she finds out they got packed decaf coffee.

Others[edit]

  • Richard Dean Anderson is a huge fan of The Simpsons, hence all the references to the show in Stargate SG-1.

Stargate Atlantis[edit]

References to The Simpsons in Stargate Atlantis[edit]

Picture Season Episode number Episode name Reference
5 81 "Search and Rescue" As Wraith hybrids are digging to find Colonel Sheppard and Ronon Dex, Sheppard asks them whether they like Duff Beer or Opera Ale to which the hybrid replies Duff. This alerts Sheppard to the fact that they are not their men.

References to the Stargate franchise in The Simpsons[edit]

Video games[edit]

Picture Game Reference
Tapped Out Portal to Rigel 7.png The Simpsons: Tapped Out Portal to Rigel 7 is based on the Stargate. Rigellians come through it and the building's job is "Locking in Chevrons".

Common cast and crew[edit]

Picture Name Role in Stargate Role on The Simpsons
Richard Dean Anderson.jpg Richard Dean Anderson Starred as Jack O'Neill in SG-1. Voiced himself in "Kiss Kiss, Bang Bangalore".
Dan Castellaneta.jpg Dan Castellaneta Guest starred as Joe Spencer in the SG-1 episode "Citizen Joe". Voices Homer Simpson and many other recurring characters.
James Earl Jones.jpg James Earl Jones Voiced an Unas in the SG-1 episode "Thor's Hammer". Voice of removalist, The Raven Narrator, Serak the Preparer in Treehouse of Horror, Maggie in Treehouse of Horror V and narrator of Das Bus.
Colm Meaney.jpg Colm Meaney Played the recurring Genii leader Cowen in Atlantis. Voiced Tom O'Flanagan in "In the Name of the Grandfather".
Cory Monteith.jpg Cory Monteith Guest starred as a young Cameron Mitchell in the SG-1 episode "200". Voiced himself in "Elementary School Musical".
Fred Willard.jpg Fred Willard Guest starred as Jacek in the SG-1 episode "Family Ties". Voiced Wally Kogen in "Sunday, Cruddy Sunday".

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