Stargate SG-1 is an American Sci-Fi show. It has been referenced to in The Simpsons and it has referred to The Simpsons in a few Stargate SG-1 episodes.
References to Stargate SG-1 in The Simpsons Edit
- During the episode Kiss Kiss Bang Bangalore, there is an Stargate SG-1 convention in which one of the lead actors, Richard Dean Anderson, who plays Jack O'Neill in Stargate attends.
References to The Simpsons in Stargate SG-1 Edit
- Jack O'Neill is a big fan of The Simpsons and states that it is important to him. He also tapes many of the episodes.
- In the Season Four episode "Beneath the Surface", when SG-1 have had their memories erased, Jack states that he remembers a bald man who wears short sleeve shirts, whom he thinks is named Homer.
- In the Season Six episode "Frozen, O'Neill says "D'oh. I forgot to tape The Simpsons. It's important to me."
- In the Season Seven finale "Lost City, Part 1", O'Neill refers to The Simpsons as his favourite show and says "Excellent" like Mr. Burns and says that he is like a Goa'uld to which Teal'c says that they are "merely animated characters." O'Neill also states that his entire VHS collection of The Simpsons is going to Sgt. Siler when he dies.
- In the Season Eight episode "Citizen Joe", Joe Spencer (played by Dan Castellaneta) mentions Jack's love of The Simpsons and agrees with his Burns / Goa'uld analogy.
- In the Season Eight finale "Moebius, Part 1", O'Neill of an alternative reality owns a boat called Homer.
References to The Simpsons in Stargate Atlantis Edit
- Sheppard and Ronan were being dug up in the Season Five episode "Search and Rescue" and, to see if they were atlantis or not, asked if they liked duff beer.
- Dan Castellaneta, who voices many characters in The Simpsons, played Joe Spencer in the episode Citizen Joe.
- Stargate is a TV show in The Simpsons and The Simpsons is a TV show in Stargate. Therefore, it is unknown what happened about the episode Kiss Kiss Bang Bangalore as Richard Dean Anderson and Stargate appear in the episode. It may have been written differently in Stargate or not have aired. The same goes for Stargate in The Simpsons and all Simpsons references may not have aired in the Simpsons universe.