teal'c

  • Looks like a cinnamon roll but could actually kill you: Samantha Carter
  • Looks like they could kill you but is actually a cinnamon roll: Jack O’Neill
  • Looks like a cinnamon roll and is actually a cinnamon roll: Daniel Jackson
  • Looks like they could kill you and would actually kill you: Teal’C
  • The sinnamon roll: Vala Mal Doran

Stargate is honestly the greatest Sci-fi series of all time and i will fight you on this

Samantha Carter and Janet Fraiser are two of the greatest female role models in scifi canon. Both are brilliant, super competent at their jobs, not sexualised but not desexualised, and they’re friends with and support each other.  Both are ranking members of the US airforce, and have a core belief of helping people and doing the right thing. But they’re both human. They get to be fallible, they get to be angry, and frustrated, and sad, and flustered, and it never invalidates their abilities or importance.

Originally posted by knight-of-heavens

Originally posted by spockemon

Daniel Jackson is the scifi hero we all deserve. He’s kind, gentle, and so damn excited about learning. Just learning more. His life has been so crap any other show would have turned him into a broody mess but no, not Daniel. Even at his lowest and sourest, he still desperatly wants to help others, to preserve other cultures, and save people. He literally dies for it. Multiple times. He’s a scifi explorer who honestly loves exploring. He truly loves it

Originally posted by cresmix


And then Jack again could have been the most grizzled anti hero imaginable (hello movie!jack), but instead we have this kind, kooky, sarcastic space hero who just wants to be everyone’s dad and protect people from bad things. But at the same time he never folds on his principles, or who he is.

Originally posted by mbhh2

Teal’c could have been this hostile angry alien, or this overplayed goofball who doesn’t ‘get’ humanity. But instead they gave us someone serene and gentle, but proud and fierce. Someone who actually believed that they might loose their fight against his oppressors, but was willing to die trying, and willing to help others along the way. 

Originally posted by samantha-carter-is-my-muse

And finally general Hammond. He could have been an obstructive burocrat, a pencil pusher with no respect for the other races they encounter, but instead he is the most sensible and level headed man in the series. and he cares  This is a man who has the president on speed dial 2, behind his granddaughters, but he will miss his granddaughters recital if one of his team is missing in the field. This is a man who loves his team so much that he all but admits he would rather have Teal’c die than hand him over to the tortures of the goverment when he goes evil, because he ‘won’t do that to him’. He never over plays it into incompitence though. He is always logical and practicle about his decisions. This is a man who continously strives to do the right thing not just for his people, but for his planet, and his galaxy. 

Originally posted by samantha-carter-is-my-muse


I could write a billion love letters to this perfect series that is an example of how amazing Sci-Fi can be if you just have characters who care.

A thing that 100% happened:

Teal’c visits Earth just so he can see Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

Probably like ten times.

He insists that all of his friends and teammates see it.

Then he goes by himself because he cannot get enough of it.

Right now, in Colorado Springs, a tall, muscular black man in a hat that covers his forehead, sits in a theater.

Grinning.

Because Star Wars.