|The clone of Jean-Claude Van Damme is born|
|Season 6, Episode 9|
|Directed by||James Lamont|
|Red Hot Catholic Love||Smoke And Mirrors|
Lance has hallucinations and is soon diagnosed with schizophrenia, possibly due to excessive Groundbridge travel. It is not, however, schizophrenia but a Goa'uld killing device belonging to Jean-Claude Van Damme, which eventually transmits itself to Zowie.
- Lance Patrick
- Zowie Devlin
- PuffPuff Humbert
- Tweek Tweak
- Dr. Janet Fraiser
- Jean-Claude Van Damme (hallucination; unofficial appearance)
- Dr. Eric Schnidier
- Melvin Sneedly
- Tobias Wilson
- Clyde Donovan
- Toad Sanderson
- Jimmy Swanson
- Drill Sergeant
- Harold J. Paxton
- Maractus Smith
- Dwebble Pebble
- Jenny Simon
- Grilla Drilla
- Rex Petuski
- PopFizz McCormack
- Girl In Green Sweater (debut)
- Apophis (nightmare)
- Arkeyan Soldiers (multiple; nightmare)
- LtMTch. Walter Harriman
- CES Guardsmen (multiple)
- Noob Saibot
- Goa'uld Technicians (three)
- Main article: Sight Unseen/Transcript
- Dr. Janet Fraiser's comments about there being no history of mental problems in Lance's family would be retconned later in the episode Clamperl Of Wisdom. (Frasier only said there was no history of schizophrenia, rather than any mental illness at all, and in that episode, schizophrenia is never referenced by name).
- The clip showing Van Damme awakening from the sarcophagus was first shown in the Season 6 opening title.
- According to the commentary, this episode was originally called by its international name, Van Dammed.
- Van Damme would later return as a recurring character starting with the Season 19 episode Queen Of The Van Dammed.
- Dr. Eric Schnidier reffers to the events of 48 Hours.
- When Puff centrifuges his blood sample he only puts one tube into the centrifuge. Centrifuges must be balanced with an equal-weight sample on the opposite side when spinning.