A while back my mum got the entire collection of Stargate SG-1 from a garage sale; however I have been noticing that the episode order is off in comparison to what I see on IMDb.
One example is on volume 4 of the set. "Cor-Ai" is episode 14 while "Singularity" is episode 15. but on both IMDb and Wikipedia it's the other way around.
Now I did think that maybe this collection is bootleg but Volume 4 has a Featurettes section with 2 items. one is "Profile on 'Captain Carter'" while the other is "Behind the scenes with the producers of SG-1" not to mention that when the DVD starts there is a small MGM DVD animation.
To me, this seems to be much more extra work that some cheap bootleg ever has, particularly that each volume only has 5 episodes and bootlegs try and fit entire seasons on a single disk. (one example was a Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha collection I got from eBay; the 2 movies are on one disk and season 1 and 2 took an entire disk each).
So it's made me think that maybe these disks aren't bootleg but that doesn't explain the contradictory episode order. So I am wondering Why would "Cor-Ai" be earlier than "Singularity"?
Also this is the DVD Menu of when your selecting which episode to play. Each one will take you to another menu where you can play the episode or select a scene.