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SGA 4.11 "Be All My Sins Remember'd Part 2"

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SGA 4.11 "Be All My Sins Remember'd Part 2" Episode Guide

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The Atlantis Expedition and the Wraith join forces to execute a daring plan against a common enemy.

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PREVIOUSLY ON STARGATE ATLANTIS

[Excerpts from 4.08 "The Seer" and 4.10 "This Mortal Coil Part 1" are shown.]

TEASER

EXT—ATLANTIS, DAY

INT—ATLANTIS CONTROL ROOM

[Sheppard paces the room. Ronon sits on the staircase to the jumper bay. Both are geared up for an offworld mission.]

RONON
Don't worry. We're ahead of schedule.
SHEPPARD
I know.
RONON
All the settlements we've been assigned have been evacuated.
SHEPPARD
I know, I know. It's just that most of the planets that are in the Replicators path are people that we've had almost no contact with, so I need you and Teyla out there as much as possible.
RONON
Yeah, well I think it might be the flu. She's been looking a little green lately.

[Teyla enters, geared up for an offworld mission.]

TEYLA
I'm fine. Where are we going to now?
RONON
M9R-373.
TEYLA

(sighing)

The Massanians. This should be interesting.

[They start heading to the stairwell leading to the Stargate.]

SHEPPARD
Look, I'm sorry we're having to go out so much. I know you don't feel so hot, but you're the one with al the contacts out there, so…
TEYLA
It's all right. I'm feeling much better now.
CHUCK
Offworld activation!

[They watch from the top of the stairwell as refugees start to come through the Stargate.]

SHEPPARD
Must be Lieutenant Kemp's team.
CHUCK
Receiving video transmission. Coming in now, Colonel.

[Sheppard and the others head back to the control room monitor, where Kemp appears on screen, crouching to lean into view of the MALP camera.]

SHEPPARD
Lieutenant, looks like things are going well.
KEMP

(over video)

Most of the settlement's on their way through, but a good number of them have decided to stay behind. I'm not sure they believe us, sir. I'm requesting Teyla come back and try to talk some sense into the stragglers, because I'm not getting anywhere with them.
SHEPPARD
Well, I don't think we can do that. The Replicator ship's going to be there within a half-hour.
KEMP

(over video)
Well, I don't know what to do. They—
(calling out)

Incoming!

[An explosion happens nearby, covering Kemp with dirt. He leans closer to the camera.]

KEMP

(panicked, into video)

It's too late! They're already here!
SHEPPARD

(worried)

Lieutenant, get your men through the 'gate!
KEMP

(over video)

I can't! There's too many people…

[The transmission cuts off. The Stargate shuts down.]

CHUCK
We've lost the transmission.
SHEPPARD
Dial him back.

[Chuck dials, but the Stargate does not activate.]

CHUCK
I can't get a lock.
SHEPPARD
They must've taken out the 'gate.
RONON
How many people were left on that settlement?
TEYLA
Just under two thousand.

[They exchange distraught looks.]

END TEASER

OPENING CREDITS

EXT—SPACE

[Daedalus and Apollo come out of hyperspace above the New Atlantis world.]

INT—ATLANTIS CONTROL ROOM

[Carter stands with McKay and Sheppard in the control room.]

MCKAY
Both ships at the same time. This is a first.
CARTER
It's the first time we've needed them.

[Sheppard and McKay shoot her a look.]

CARTER

(abashed)

Well…since I've been here.

[She grimaces. Ellis and Caldwell beam into the control room, facing each other.]

CALDWELL

(to Ellis)

Colonel.
ELLIS

(to Caldwell)

Colonel.
CALDWELL

(to Carter)

Colonel.
CARTER

(to Ellis and Caldwell)

Colonels.
ELLIS

(to Sheppard)

Colonel.
SHEPPARD

(to Ellis and Caldwell)

Colonels.
MCKAY
Seriously?
CARTER

(ignoring McKay, to colonels)

Good flight?
CALDWELL

(shrugging)

Long flight.
SHEPPARD
We'll make it worth your while.
ELLIS
That's what I hear. You have a way of tracking the Replicator ships?
CARTER
We do.
CALDWELL
That'll make finding and destroying them a lot easier.
CARTER
Why don't you come into my office? We'll get you briefed.

[She leads the way.]

INT—CARTER'S OFFICE

[McKay shows several lines of code on a computer monitor. Everyone looks bored.]

MCKAY
It is this recent discovery of the essential duality of this particular stem of the nano-sub-code that has opened up a whole new world of possibilities when it comes to the expedient and permanent deactivation of the inter-nanite bonds…
SHEPPARD
Rodney…
MCKAY
Yeah, I-I'll let you know when I'm ready to take questions. Thank you.
ELLIS
Have you created an anti-Replicator weapon or not?
MCKAY
If-if you just let me continue, I-I think you'll have a better understanding of the complexity that I'm—
ELLIS

(impatient)

Yes or no, Doctor.
MCKAY
Well…no.

[Carter clears her throat.]

CARTER
All right, we move onto Plan B.
MCKAY
What, just like that?
CARTER
The Replicators are destroying every human colony they can find in an attempt to wipe out the Wraith's food supply. We can't wait. We have to act now.
MCKAY
But Plan B, it's not a good plan.
ELLIS
Oh no?
MCKAY
Sure, the Apollo and the Daedalus have been retrofitted with the new Asgard plasma beam weapons, which given are very, very powerful, but they still can't destroy the Replicators.
CALDWELL
Well, we don't have to destroy them, we just destroy their ships. I mean, from what I understand, once they're exposed to the harsh environment of space…they'll essentially be neutralized.

[Ellis nods.]

MCKAY
Well, "essentially neutralized" and "neutralized" are two very different things.
SHEPPARD
Back when we blasted Niam into space, he froze solid. We didn't have a problem until we warmed him up.
MCKAY
That's what I'm saying! Look, your way leaves Replicator cells inactive, just waiting around for someone to reactivate them. My way shuts them down for good.
ELLIS
But our way is actually operational. You know, come to think of it, what exactly is your way? From what I understand, you haven't even gotten your programming done yet, let alone a delivery method.
MCKAY
Well, you didn't let me finish my presentation.

[McKay reaches for the remote.]

ELLIS
I think I got the gist of it.
MCKAY

(affronted)

Really?
SHEPPARD

(admonishing)

Rodney…
MCKAY

(angry)

No, no, I'm just wondering when the Colonel here became a math and physics expert!
ELLIS
Doctor, you came into this meeting knowing that you had nothing. But instead of just saying that like a man, you thought that you'd dazzle us with a lot of fancy talk and think that we were too dumb to notice.
MCKAY
Oh, so now you're questioning my manhood?!
CARTER
All right, that is enough!
MCKAY
No! He just told—
SHEPPARD
Rodney…! Move on.
MCKAY
Look, I think we've got this tracking system down. We can peg where they're going to be within a thirty minute window. And given current data, we've got at least twelve hours before any of their ships are even close to an inhabited planet. Just give me and the Wraith like…ten hours to get this shut-down program working. If I don't, then you can just feel free to go ahead and open up on them with your "beam weapons."
CARTER
All right. You have ten hours. Go.
MCKAY
All right.

[McKay shuts off the monitor and leaves with a final glare at Ellis. After he's gone, Ellis turns to Sheppard and Caldwell and shakes his head.]

ELLIS
I don't understand how you guys put up with—

[Carter gets in Ellis's face, staring him down.]

CARTER
If you ever talk like that to someone under my command again, you will not be welcome on this base, Colonel. Is that clear?

[Ellis studies Carter, then nods.]

ELLIS
Yes, it is.
CARTER
Good. We're done here. Thank you.

INT—MCKAY'S LAB

[McKay works on his equipment. The Wraith stands nearby, under guard. It is the Wraith who will later be named Todd.]

WRAITH
Why would you lie to them?
MCKAY

(protesting)

I didn't lie to them.
WRAITH
It is most improbable that we complete our task within ten hours.
MCKAY
That is quitter talk! Look, you don't know me. This is when I'm at my best, this is when I shine! Impossible deadlines! Did I ever tell you about the time that I once got a damaged Ancient hyperdrive system online moments before me and my crew were incinerated by a super-volcano?

[The Wraith rolls his eyes and sighs.]

WRAITH
Yes, you have.
MCKAY
Well, there you go. See, I work best under pressure.
WRAITH
Then perhaps I should threaten to feed on you if we do not complete the coding in time.

[He looms menacingly over McKay. The guards raise their weapons.]

MCKAY

Easy, easy. He's just kidding.
(to Wraith)

Just, tell 'em you were joking.

[The Wraith stares at McKay.]

MCKAY
Right.

[He moves over to the other side of the table.]

MCKAY

(meekly)

I'll work in this area.

EXT—ATLANTIS NIGHT

INT—MCKAY'S LAB

[The Wraith and McKay continue to work. Sheppard enters.]

SHEPPARD
Time's up.
MCKAY
What? So soon?
SHEPPARD
I guess that means you're not ready.
MCKAY
Well, no, I'm not.
SHEPPARD
Well, we're going with Plan B. You want to go for a ride?
MCKAY
No, no I'll stay here. This still needs to get done. Good luck.

[Sheppard leaves.]

EXT—SPACE

[Apollo andDaedalus exit hyperspace in tandem.]

INT—APOLLO BRIDGE

[Ellis sits on the bridge. Marks is at the starboard station, Sheppard is at port.]

ELLIS
Daedalus, this is the Apollo. Our scans are clear. We don't have any other contacts. Can you confirm?
CALDWELL

(over radio)

Copy that, we have the same reading.

INT—DAEDALUS BRIDGE

[Caldwell sits in his chair. The starboard station is occupied by Carter.]

CALDWELL

(to Carter)

Colonel, how long before our guest arrives?
CARTER
Should be any second now.
CALDWELL

Won't they be surprised.
(into radio)

We're going weapons hot, Apollo.
ELLIS

(over radio)

Copy that, we have done the same.

INT—APOLLO BRIDGE

MARKS
I'm detecting a hyperspace window opening.
ELLIS
Stand by to fire forward beam weapons.

EXT—SPACE

[An "Aurora-class" Replicator ship exits hyperspace.]

INT—DAEDALUS BRIDGE

CALDWELL
Fire!

EXT—SPACE

[Both 304 ships fire on the enemy vessel, blasting it apart.]

INT—APOLLO BRIDGE

SHEPPARD
Contact has been neutralized.

[Sheppard and Ellis exchange surprised looks.]

INT—DAEDALUS BRIDGE

CALDWELL
I wish I'd had these a few years ago.
CARTER
Well, the first attack was easy. They didn't know we were coming. The Replicators have proven very effective in changing strategies when faced with failure.
CALDWELL
Still, we took that ship down without even breaking a sweat.
CARTER
Right. One down…thirty-seven to go.

EXT—ATLANTIS, DAY

One week later.

INT—ATLANTIS CORRIDOR

[Caldwell exits an elevator. Sheppard meets him.]

SHEPPARD
Welcome back, sir.
CALDWELL
Was in the neighborhood. Thought I'd stop by and resupply.
SHEPPARD
How's it going out there?
CALDWELL
Splitting us up was a good call. The Daedalus has downed another three ships.
SHEPPARD
Ellis got another two. That brings us to seven. That's not bad at all.
CALDWELL
I'll need about an hour to get what we need. Then we'll get back out there.
SHEPPARD
Well, there's been a little change of plans.
CALDWELL
Really?
SHEPPARD
Yeah.

INT—CARTER'S OFFICE

[Ellis is on a video feed. Carter, McKay, Sheppard, and Caldwell all stand in the office.]

ELLIS

(over video, surprised)

They're falling back?
CARTER
Safety in numbers.
MCKAY
Evidently, they haven't figured out how we're tracking them, and—
SHEPPARD
Or they haven't figured out how to stop us.
MCKAY
Either way, they want to stop losing ships.
CALDWELL
So they're all heading back to the Replicator homeworld?
CARTER
That's right.
ELLIS

(over video)

Well, that's good. I mean, they're finally all in one place. We can wipe them all out at once.
CARTER
Ideally, yes. But our two ships versus an entire Replicator fleet…
SHEPPARD
Not to mention the drones they'll be firing from the surface.
CARTER
Look, the new weapons we have are very effective, but they are no match for that kind of firepower.
ELLIS

(over video)

Well, sounds like the perfect time to finally use that killer program you've been working on, Doctor.

[Carter's expression blanks. McKay looks nervous.]

MCKAY
Yeah.
ELLIS
Remember when you said all you needed was—ten hours to finish it?
MCKAY
Vaguely.
ELLIS
Well, it's been ten hours—and a week. Are you finished?
MCKAY
Well, I'm just, um, dotting some "i's", crossing some "t's"…
CARTER

(cutting in)

Look, whatever our plan is, we need to act quickly. Our current intel suggests that they're putting all their resources into building new ships. I figure we have less than a week before they head back out into the galaxy, and in much greater numbers.
CALDWELL
If they start traveling in packs, our kill rate's going to drop drastically.
CARTER
We can't let that happen. We need to take them out while they're all in one place, and we need to do it quickly.
MCKAY
Hmm.

[Everyone looks to McKay. He suddenly realizes their attention is on him.]

MCKAY
Hey, I should…just get back to my lab.

[McKay exits.]

INT—MCKAY'S LAB

[McKay and the Wraith watch a monitor showing a simulation process. When completed, the result shows the simulation failed.]

MCKAY

(despondent)

Oh. I have to tell them. I have to tell them we don't have anything.
WRAITH
This is most troubling.
MCKAY
Ellis is going to love this. I-I don't get it. We tried reconfiguring their stand-down code. We tried programming the nanites to turn themselves off. Something should have worked.
WRAITH
They are a very complex and ingenious design.
MCKAY
Yeah, well I thought I was ingeniouser.

[The Wraith gives McKay a look.]

MCKAY
Yes, I know that's not a word, Mister…Helpful. All right, look, maybe we could figure out some way to use the anti-replicator guns somehow.
WRAITH
From what you have told me, they've almost certainly become immune to it.
MCKAY
Even if they haven't, we'd still have to get them all in one place.

[McKay is suddenly struck by inspiration. The Wraith notices.]

WRAITH
What is it?
MCKAY

(distracted)

I think I've got my first good idea in three weeks.

[He walks away, leaving the Wraith there.]

WRAITH
Hmm.

INT—CARTER'S OFFICE

[McKay briefs Carter and Sheppard.]

MCKAY
Our old anti-replicator technology relied on disrupting the bonds between each individual nanite cell. They just, uh, collapsed in a pile of dust, right?
SHEPPARD
We're familiar with the technology, yes.
MCKAY
Right. Well, the thinking was always to continue down that line, to uh, break the bonds, to turn them off, uh, sever their connections to one another. Because dust we can deal with, right?
CARTER
Rodney…
MCKAY
We do the opposite! Instead of severing their connections, we significantly dial up their attraction to one another. We turn each cell into an incredibly powerful nanite magnet. You know, one cell attracts another cell; those two attract two more. And as more and more nanite cells, uh, bond to the core group, they become stronger and stronger and stronger. To the point where every Replicator cell on the planet, in orbit, all of them, are massed in this-in this-in this giant, super-dense blob.

[He looks at them expectantly.]

SHEPPARD
A super dense blob? That's your great idea?
MCKAY
It is. Yes, actually.
SHEPPARD
So what do we do with the blob, then? Aren't we in danger of creating some Godzilla-sized Super-Replicator?
MCKAY

(dismissively)

No. At least not at first. Look, this is not their normal form of bonding. I mean, it'll take them some time to adapt, to-to figure out how to function within the new parameters.
CARTER
How much time?
MCKAY
Well, I mean, I'd hate to speculate.
SHEPPARD
Oh, since when?
MCKAY
Look, it doesn't matter anyways, because long before that happens, they're going to fuse together so tightly, they will be rendered essentially inert. Remember, this bond is occurring on a subspace level—

[Carter stands, intrigued.]

CARTER
Which helps them get past the normal repulsive force between nuclei…
MCKAY
To the point where their electrons are fusing with their protons, and once that starts happening, they're toast.
MCKAY
Yeah, but you're talking about neutron star levels of density.
MCKAY

(excited)

Precisely!

[Carter blinks, thinking through the idea.]

CARTER
Wow. Yeah, it sounds crazy, but…this could work.
SHEPPARD
Well, how do we make it work, then? Just upload a new command into their base code?
MCKAY
I have a better idea.

[He points to the exit. An intrigued Carter follows, Sheppard bites his lip skeptically as he takes up the rear.]

INT—ANCIENT REPLICATOR LAB

[McKay leads them into a lab with an Ancient lab table.]

MCKAY
Tah-dah!
SHEPPARD
What's this?
MCKAY
This? This has been in storage since we found it a while ago. The Ancients used it as part of their research into the creation of human-form Replicators.

[Carter takes her hands off the table immediately.]

CARTER
What are you suggesting?
MCKAY
We have the technology. The understanding of nanite coding. I mean, we have the Ancients' blueprints, for crying out loud.
SHEPPARD
You want to make your own Replicator?
MCKAY

Well, not a whole one. Just-just a block of nanite cells say, you know, yay big.
(he mimes a small cube)

Look, just-just enough to get the ball rolling.
CARTER

(dubious)

I don't know, Rodney…
MCKAY
I'm not talking about creating anything with normal Replicator abilities. Just a-a group of nanite cells that can serve as a platform for us to upload the new bonding program. We take it to the Replicator homeworld. We switch it on. We beam it into a populated area. We sit back and watch. It couldn't be easier…

[Sheppard and Carter both give McKay looks.]

MCKAY
There is the one problem.
SHEPPARD
Only one?
MCKAY
The Replicators on the planet will be affected fairly quickly, but there will be a definite delay until there's enough mass to attract the nanite cells in orbit.
SHEPPARD
So those ships will have plenty of time to escape.
MCKAY
Unless we disable or destroy them.
CARTER
They have thirty ships. We have two.
MCKAY
Well, if we don't disable them, they're just going to fly away, lay low, and replicate a new army.
CARTER
Thirty ships versus two! Can't be done.

[McKay looks to Sheppard. Sheppard bites his lip, thinking.]

SHEPPARD
We might be able to get more ships.

[McKay looks over to Carter hopefully.]

INT—BRIG

[Carter, McKay, and Sheppard talk with the Wraith prisoner.]

WRAITH
Depending on what has happened since I have been in captivity here, I could easily bring another twelve ships to the battle.
SHEPPARD
Twelve ships? Willing to fight shoulder to shoulder?
WRAITH
For a chance to destroy the Replicators once and for all? Of course.
SHEPPARD

(to others)

It at least brings the odds down to two-to-one.
WRAITH
An alliance like this must be negotiated.

[Carter nods.]

WRAITH
I will need to personally convince them that this is the proper course of action.

[Carter looks wary. The Wraith smiles.]

INT—ATLANTIS CORRIDOR

[Sheppard's team, minus McKay, and several marines escort the Wraith prisoner through the halls. The prisoner is wearing wrist restraints attached to a belt.]

INT—PUDDLE JUMPER

[The marines leave the Wraith to Sheppard's team. Ronon pushes it into a chair.]

RONON
Sit down.
SHEPPARD
First sign you've crossed us…
WRAITH
I die. I know.

[He studies Ronon.]

WORMHOLE EFFECT

EXT—SPACE

[The puddle jumper exits a Spacegate to find seven hive ships congregated around.]

INT—PUDDLE JUMPER

[Sheppard winces, looking uncomfortable.]

SHEPPARD
Well, this is different.
TEYLA
Receiving transmission…docking instructions.
SHEPPARD
All right, let's get this over with.

EXT—SPACE

[The jumper flies into one of the Wraith ships' docking bays.]

INT—PUDDLE JUMPER

[The team look more and more nervous.]

INT—WRAITH SHIP

[The jumper lands.]

INT—PUDDLE JUMPER

SHEPPARD
Now what?

[There is a knocking from the rear compartment door.]

WRAITH
You open the door.

[Sheppard stands. The Wraith also stands and indicates his restraints.]

WRAITH
Perhaps we should remove these. I think it sends the wrong message, don't you?
RONON
This is a mistake.
SHEPPARD
We need his help.

[Sheppard and Ronon free the Wraith from his bonds.]

RONON

(to Sheppard)

I've got a bad feeling about this.
SHEPPARD
Well, we're here. Let's see it through.

[Sheppard opens the hatch door. Several Wraith guards are standing there with weapons raised.]

SHEPPARD
Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. Take it easy guys.

[The guards open fire, stunning Teyla, Sheppard and Ronon. They strike Ronon several times. The Wraith stands over their bodies, looking satisfied.]

EXT—ATLANTIS, DAY

INT—ANCIENT REPLICATOR LAB

[Zelenka watches McKay work on the control panel. The table itself has a large blob of metallic fluid sitting on it, kept on the table by the raised edges.]

MCKAY
All right, the basic nanite material has been formed. Let's see if we can get them to interact.
ZELENKA
I must say, Rodney, this is quite an ingenious idea.
MCKAY

(smug)

Would you expect anything less?
ZELENKA
Well…
MCKAY
Well what?
ZELENKA
Well, you have been in a bit of a rut, lately.
MCKAY

(petulant)

I have not.
ZELENKA
Okay, like a-like a dry spell, maybe.
MCKAY
That is not true.
ZELENKA

(patronizingly)

Okay.
MCKAY
It is not!
ZELENKA
Okay! Okay. Now are we certain that these nanites will not go beyond simple cohesion?
MCKAY
Of course. I've disabled most of the normal protocols. They won't be able to do anything beyond form a simple block. All right, here we go.

[McKay taps some controls. The liquid forms into a solid cube.]

ZELENKA
It worked! You did it, Rodney!
MCKAY
Naturally.
ZELENKA
McKay's back!
MCKAY
Will you stop that? I was never gone!

[McKay's computer beeps an alert. They both look down.]

MCKAY
Whoa, whoa, whoa. Wait a minute. We've got a problem. The cells aren't communicating properly.

[The cube collapses into the liquid amorphous spill. They sigh.]

MCKAY
This could be tougher than I thought.

[Zelenka starts to speak.]

MCKAY
And I don't want to hear you say anything.

[Zelenka stays silent.]

INT—PUDDLE JUMPER

[Teyla and Ronon remain unconscious. The Wraith shakes Sheppard awake. Sheppard is groggy, forcing himself to lean half sitting on the closed jumper door as he recalls what happened.]

WRAITH
Be calm. Here.

[He hands Sheppard his sidearm.]

SHEPPARD
What the hell's going on?
WRAITH
Apparently, my fellow Wraith wanted to speak to me without you being around.
SHEPPARD
Well, they might have just politely asked us to stay in the jumper.
WRAITH
Come now. You would never have let me leave your sight.
SHEPPARD

(irked)

Well, we'll never know now, will we?
WRAITH
We have a deal. Seven hives will join us in the fight.
SHEPPARD
Seven? You said twelve!
WRAITH
Not all of them were convinced that the mission was achievable. Plus, many of our ships are without queens. We'd be unable to create new soldiers should they fall. If you'd prefer none…
SHEPPARD

(annoyed)

All right, seven.

[He glances at the unconscious Ronon next to him.]

SHEPPARD
How did I wake up before Ronon?
WRAITH
We had to stun him several times. I thought it would be best that you were awake before he was.
SHEPPARD
Probably a good idea.

[Sheppard looks over the Wraith's shoulder at the starfield outside the window.]

SHEPPARD
Are we in space?
WRAITH
The hives have already left. They jettisoned your ship before they jumped into hyperspace?
SHEPPARD

(annoyed)

Anything else happen while we were unconscious that I should know about?
WRAITH
I must return to Atlantis to help Doctor McKay complete our plan.
SHEPPARD
Help me wake him up, and we'll get out of here.

[Sheppard holsters his gun and moves to Teyla.]

EXT—ATLANTIS, DAY

INT—ANCIENT REPLICATOR LAB

MCKAY
All right. Looking good.
ZELENKA
Rodney, it's being held together by a force field.
MCKAY
I know. I just wanted to give the cells time to establish their own internal cohesion. Now, we drop the field, and they should hold together.

[He taps a control and the field drops.]

MCKAY
Not bad, not bad. Structure's intact. Bonds are holding.

[McKay and Zelenka exchange smiles. Then a beep sounds and the cube collapses.]

MCKAY
Dammit.
ZELENKA
It's no use, Rodney. You've disabled too many of the cells' basic protocols. It was never designed to work this way.
MCKAY
In that case, there's only one thing we can do.
TECHNICIAN

(over radio)

Doctor Zelenka?
ZELENKA

(into radio)

Yes?
TECHNICIAN

(over radio)

They need to see you right away in Section Seven? We're having some power problems in the infirmary.
ZELENKA
I should go. This won't take too long. Is it all right if I…
MCKAY
Just go. Go. You're probably holding me back anyway.

[Zelenka leaves.]

EXT—SPACE

[The jumper flies back towards the Spacegate.]

INT—PUDDLE JUMPER

[Everyone is now awake. Ronon continuously glowers at the Wraith.]

SHEPPARD

Ronon, let it go. Take it as a compliment. They were afraid of you.
(to Teyla)

Dial the 'gate.

[Teyla starts to dial, and an alarm beeps.]

TEYLA
I'm detecting a hyperspace window forming.
SHEPPARD
Your guys forget something?

EXT—SPACE

[An Aurora-class ship jumps out of hyperspace right in front of the jumper. The tiny ship has to dodge to avoid a collision.]

INT—PUDDLE JUMPER

TEYLA

(worried)

It's an Ancestral warship.
SHEPPARD
Replicators. Dial the 'gate.
TEYLA
How did they find us?
RONON

(glaring at the Wraith)

I have an idea.
WRAITH
You are mistaken.
TEYLA
Receiving transmission.
SHEPPARD
What?
LARRIN

(over radio)

Sheppard? That better not be you!
SHEPPARD

(surprised)

Larrin?

[Larrin appears on a HUD video link.]

LARRIN

(over video)

What the hell are you doing here?
SHEPPARD
What the hell are you doing here?
LARRIN

(over video)

We picked up on seven hives orbiting a single planet. Seemed like something big was going down, so I thought we'd stop and do a little intel.
SHEPPARD
Yeah, well, you just missed them.
LARRIN

(over video)

I see that. Now tell me, what are you doing here, and better yet, why didn't those hives destroy your puny little ship?
SHEPPARD
I take great offense to that. But those are all good questions, so…we should talk.
LARRIN

(over video)

Yes, we should. Use bay three.

[She shuts off the transmission.]

RONON
Well, better her than the Replicators, right?
SHEPPARD
Let's see what kind of mood she's in.

INT—BAY THREE

[Sheppard lowers the rear compartment door. The forward compartment is sealed, with everyone waiting. Larrin stands waiting outside with some of her guards.]

SHEPPARD
Larrin.

[The Wraith stands. Larrin steps back warily as she spots him, her hand reaching for her sidearm.]

LARRIN
That Wraith better be a prisoner.
SHEPPARD
Now, look, I know how it looks…
LARRIN

(to guards)

Kill it!

[Sheppard steps in front of the Wraith. Ronon moves out of the Travelers' line of fire.]

SHEPPARD
Whoa. Hey, hey, hey! No, no, no, no killing, okay? Just…just hear me out.

INT—INTERROGATION CHAMBER

[Sheppard is tied to a chair. Larrin circles him.]

LARRIN
So, the idea is to keep the Replicator ships from leaving orbit until this…McKay guy can suck them back down to the planet?
SHEPPARD
Couldn't have put it better myself.
LARRIN
And since you only have two ships…
SHEPPARD
We need the Wraith to help.
LARRIN
Huh.
SHEPPARD
We figure the Replicators have close to thirty ships guarding the surface. The Wraith bring another seven to the fight.
LARRIN
Still not very good odds.
SHEPPARD
No. No, but unless we…I don't know, meet someone with access to ships, it'll have to do.
LARRIN
One of the planets we trade with was completely wiped out a few weeks ago. We thought it was the Wraith, but it didn't fit. They weren't culled, they were leveled.
SHEPPARD
Replicators.

[Larrin leans closer to Sheppard.]

LARRIN
Last time we worked together, I said I'd let you keep a few secrets. But not anymore. If we do this, we go all the way. No holding back.
SHEPPARD
All right. Look…your ship is still a mess. We have scientists that have the Ancient gene. Maybe they can help you soup it up.
LARRIN
Well, I'll have to talk to our governing council. But even if they agree to move forward, it'll be up to the individual ship captains if they want to join us or not. And fighting alongside the Wraith isn't going to be popular.
SHEPPARD
Well, we know how persuasive you can be.
LARRIN
I'll start making the calls.

[She walks out of the room, leaving Sheppard there.]

SHEPPARD
Oh, great. This is all working out for the best. It's uh…except for the part where I'm still tied up, Larrin. Larrin?!

[The guard closes the door behind Larrin.]

INT—ATLANTIS CORRIDOR

[McKay waits impatiently outside a door. Zelenka rushes up.]

MCKAY
You and I have two very different definitions of "this won't take too long."
ZELENKA
I know. I'm really sorry. The naquadah generator in section seven is giving us all sorts of trouble. But it's fixed now, I'm all yours. What would you like to try now?
MCKAY
Actually, unencumbered by the continual need to explain things to you, I've actually made remarkable progress.
ZELENKA
Oh really?
MCKAY
Hmm. The systems the Ancients had in place were designed to create fully-functional humanoid Replicators, right?
ZELENKA

(cautiously)

Yes…
MCKAY
Well, turns out that trying to create something much simpler is, ironically, much more difficult. In the end, I was forced to compromise.

[He leads Zelenka to the Replicator lab.]

INT—ANCIENT REPLICATOR LAB

ZELENKA
Wait, you're not suggesting that…
MCKAY
I know that it wasn't part of the plan, but it was either this, or nothing.

[Zelenka stares in shock at a young, human-looking woman sitting on the Replicator table.]

FRAN
Hello.
ZELENKA
Oh, my…

EXT—ATLANTIS OCEAN, NIGHT

[The puddle jumper flies toward Atlantis.]

INT—ATLANTIS CORRIDOR

[Sheppard, Ronon and Teyla leave the shuttle bay. Sheppard starts heading down the corridor to the right.]

SHEPPARD
We should go check on McKay. See if he made any progress.

[Teyla veers to left.]

TEYLA
I must go see Doctor Keller.

[Sheppard and Ronon stop and turn.]

SHEPPARD
Why is that?
TEYLA
I was stunned.
SHEPPARD
We get stunned all the time. Shake it off.

[He starts to leave again. Teyla stays put.]

TEYLA
The circumstances are…different.

[Sheppard and Ronon pause again.]

SHEPPARD
How so?

[Teyla looks around awkwardly and sees they're alone. She sighs.]

TEYLA
I'm carrying a child.

[Sheppard and Ronon step closer to Teyla.]

SHEPPARD

(stunned)

You're what?
TEYLA
I'm pregnant, John.
SHEPPARD
Is this a joke?

[He turns to Ronon.]

RONON
Don't look at me.
TEYLA
It just happened.
SHEPPARD
I-I didn't know you were seeing anyone.
TEYLA
It is no one from Atlantis.
SHEPPARD
How…far along are you?
TEYLA
About three months…
SHEPPARD
Three—How long have you known?
TEYLA
Just under two.
SHEPPARD

(angry)

Two. We've been…! You've let me put you out in the field when you've known you're three months pregnant?!
TEYLA
I tried to tell you.
SHEPPARD
You didn't try hard enough.
TEYLA
I am more than capable of—
SHEPPARD
You got stunned today! Do you have any idea what kind of effect that has?!
TEYLA
Athosian women remain very active in the community, well up to—
SHEPPARD

(interrupting)

This is different! We get shot at. We get stunned! We take a chance every time we walk through the 'gate.
TEYLA
John…
SHEPPARD
As of this second, you are relieved from active duty.

[Sheppard walks away. Teyla stares after him, mouth agape in shock. She tries to recover when she realizes Ronon is still watching her.]

RONON
Hey…Congratulations. Kanaan is the father?
TEYLA
You knew that we were…
RONON
I could tell. The way you talked about him.
TEYLA
Yes, he is the father.
RONON
I'm sorry.
TEYLA
I will find him. He is still alive. I feel it.
RONON
We'll find him. Together. I promise. Come on. Let's go get you checked out.

[He takes her hand and walks with her towards the infirmary.]

RONON
You know, uh, "Ronon"…is a good name, boy or girl.

[Teyla chuckles.]

INT—ATLANTIS CORRIDOR

[Carter and Sheppard walk down a different corridor.]

CARTER
So that brings the grand total to…?
SHEPPARD
Fourteen. Larrin said she can get three or four more ships.
CARTER

(pleased)

That's great.
SHEPPARD

(unenthusiastic)

Yeah.
CARTER
You okay?
SHEPPARD
Yeah. I'm taking Teyla off active duty.
CARTER

(nonplussed)

Why?
SHEPPARD
She's pregnant.
CARTER

(after a pause)

Uh…okay. Who's the father?
SHEPPARD

(pausing)

I never asked.
CARTER
Wow. It really has been one helluva day. There's one more thing you need to see. McKay has kind of thrown us a curve ball.
SHEPPARD
Oh great. I was just thinking we need more of those today.

[Carter chuckles.]

INT—CARTER'S OFFICE

[Sheppard stares at a monitor showing McKay's Replicator female wandering around the lab. Carter and McKay are also there.]

SHEPPARD

(angry)

This not what we talked about, Rodney!
MCKAY
Yeah, well, I'm sorry. But the block idea didn't fly. This was the only way.
SHEPPARD
Do you have any idea what kind of a security threat this is?!
MCKAY
It's not as bad as you think! I stripped down its programming as much as I possibly could without sacrificing basic viability. It can walk, it can talk, but it can't replicate or change its form or anything.
CARTER
Does she know why she was created?
MCKAY
Of course.
CARTER
Well then, she has a certain amount of self-awareness.
MCKAY
Yeah, so?
CARTER
So?! Honestly, I'm not sure how comfortable I am sending her to her death.
MCKAY
Death? It can't die. It's not alive. It-it's a program. I mean, it's "consciousness" is just a bunch of ones and zeros. I mean, you can call it "she" all you want, but it's still just a thing. It's-it's a prop. It's a…it's a really advanced radio controlled weapon. I mean, you don't feel sorry for your bullets, do you? Your bombs?
CARTER
All right. Still. It's weird.
MCKAY
Yeah, well, at the end of the day, it doesn't matter anyways, because we don't have any other choice.
SHEPPARD

(unhappy)

Well, we are teaming up with the Wraith. I guess it's that kind of a mission.

INT—SCIENCE LAB

[McKay enters the lab. Zelenka is there with the Replicator and a security escort. She is typing on the computers.]

ZELENKA
We have a problem.
MCKAY
All right. What is it?
FRAN
I've been going over your calculations. I thought it would be prudent for the good of the mission. I hope you don't mind.

[McKay exchanges concerned looks with Zelenka.]

MCKAY

(nonplussed)

No, no, it's fine.
FRAN
I think you've underestimated how quickly the nanite cells will adapt to their changing circumstances. The mass will be able to manipulate its own form before it reaches critical density.
MCKAY
Are you sure?
FRAN
I'm quite positive. Once the nanites regain control, they will be able to halt their own collapse. At that point, they will be extremely dangerous.
ZELENKA
In other words, we're back to Godzilla.
FRAN
I may have a solution.

[She goes back to typing while McKay and Zelenka exchange looks again.]

INT—BRIEFING ROOM

[McKay briefs the rest of his team, Carter, Larrin, Caldwell, Ellis, and the Wraith.]

MCKAY
We overload their ZPMs, about half a dozen of them in a symmetrical pattern around the Replicator mass. The force of the explosion causes the mass to compress even further, essentially creating our own Replicator fusion bomb. The whole planet will be destroyed in the process.
LARRIN
You don't mess around, do you?
ELLIS
All this is based on information provided by a Replicator? We have no reason to trust it.
SHEPPARD
We're not trusting it; we're trusting…Rodney.
MCKAY
Now, this causes a slightly new wrinkle in the plan. I'll need to beam down to the core room.
SHEPPARD
Along with Ronon and a squad of marines.
MCKAY
From there, I should be able to hack into their systems and set the ZPMs to overload.
CARTER
In the meantime, we'll be keeping their ships occupied. The seven hives will space themselves around the planet equally, and our smaller ships will fill in the holes.
LARRIN
We could use you in my chair, Sheppard. We have an arsenal of drones, but none of my guys can fire them quite like you can.

[Carter glances over at Sheppard who shrugs in self-deprecating manner, looking uncomfortable.]

SHEPPARD
No place I'd rather be.
WRAITH
The hives will be dispatching sizable waves of darts to target the Replicators' hyperdrive engines.
CALDWELL
My 302s will join you.
WRAITH
Very well.
MCKAY
Now, while I'm working in the core room, we'll beam Fran down to the city.
ELLIS
Wait a minute—Fran?
MCKAY
Friendly Replicator Android?
SHEPPARD

(warningly)

I didn't notice we were naming things.
MCKAY
It noticed that, uh, Zelenka and I both had names, and, um…and she asked for one.

[Carter and Sheppard exchange looks.]

CARTER
All right. Let's move out.

EXT—SPACE

[The final ships of the armada drop out of hyperspace at the rendezvous point. Hive ships, the two 304s, and the group of Larrin's Travelers fleet are all in formation.]

INT—DAEDALUS BRIDGE

[Carter is at the starboard station. Caldwell sits at his chair.]

CARTER
Wow. That's quite a sight!
CALDWELL
I remember when the cold war ended, and we started doing joint missions with the Russians. I thought that was strange.
CARTER
I've got confirmation from the fleet. We're ready to go.
CALDWELL
Set coordinates for the Replicator homeworld.

EXT—SPACE

[All the ships enter hyperspace windows and disappear.]

EXT—SPACE

[Apollo flies through hyperspace.]

INT—APOLLO AUXILIARY CONTROL ROOM

[Fran smiles as she looks away from the window. McKay and Zelenka work on computers.]

FRAN
This is quite exciting, isn't it?
MCKAY

(warily)

It's a bit…nerve-wracking. Yeah.
FRAN
I quite look forward to it.

[Zelenka looks on nervously.]

MCKAY
You do?
FRAN
One always wishes to fulfill one's purpose.
MCKAY
Right. And you're…fine with all this?
FRAN
Why would I not be? It's my reason for being.
MCKAY
Well, I know, it's just that you're…you're gonna…cease to be.
FRAN
Yes…?
MCKAY
Well, I-I just imagine you'd…rather keep being than…uh, than not.

[Zelenka backs away further.]

FRAN
Certainly you're not worried for me, are you, Doctor?
MCKAY
No. No, that would be silly.
FRAN

(placidly)

Yes, it would.

[McKay joins Zelenka.]

MCKAY

(low, to Zelenka)

I should never have given it speech.
ZELENKA

(disturbed)

Yeah.
ELLIS

(over radio)

Doctor McKay, we're approaching our target. You need to get with Ronon and the marines.
MCKAY
On my way.

[He starts to leave.]

FRAN
Doctor McKay?
MCKAY

(impatiently)

Yeah?
FRAN
Good luck.
MCKAY
You too, Fran…Good luck.

[Fran smiles.]

EXT—SPACE

[The ships arrive above Asuras, blasting Replicator ships as they arrive. A full battle is engaged.]

INT—APOLLO BRIDGE

ELLIS

(to Marks)
Target their hyperdrives with our beam weapons, and launch all 302s.
(to port technician)

Beam the Replicator and Doctor McKay's team down to their separate coordinates.

INT—ASURAS CORRIDOR

[Fran is beamed down into an empty corridor. She looks around to get her bearings, then heads down a corridor.]

INT—ASURAS CORE ROOM

[McKay, surrounded by Ronon and marines, are beamed into the core room, which is otherwise empty.]

RONON
Fan out. Fan out.

[The marines and Ronon separate. McKay heads to the control panel.]

RONON
All right, we're clear.
MCKAY
Okay. This won't take more than a minute.

EXT—SPACE

[The battle continues. Both a Replicator ship and a Wraith ship are damaged.]

INT—HIVE SHIP BRIDGE

[Todd the Wraith is in command of the damaged ship.]

WRAITH TECHNICIAN
Heavy damage in interior section.
WRAITH
Transferring power from non-critical systems to hull regeneration.

EXT—SPACE

[The Daedalus comes between the two ships and destroys the Replicator ship damaging the Wraith ship.]

INT—DAEDALUS BRIDGE

CALDWELL

(indo radio)

How's it coming, McKay? I don't want to be doing this all day.

INT—ASURAS CORE ROOM

MCKAY

(into radio)

I'm done. I've got total control over the power grid and the ZPMs, and Fran is…Fran's just about to activate.

INT—ASURAS CONTROL ROOM

[Fran enters a crowded area where many Replicators work at stations.]

FRAN
Hello.

[They all look at her curiously. She closes her eyes and concentrates. Their curiousity turns to alarm as they disintegrate and their nanites swarm onto Fran.]

INT—ASURAS CORE ROOM

MCKAY
It's working, just hold those ships off a little longer.

EXT—SPACE

[The battle continues to rage. One of the Travelers' ships is destroyed.]

INT—DAEDALUS BRIDGE

CALDWELL
I don't know how much longer we can keep this up.
CARTER
We just have to keep them busy. I don't think they realize what's happening yet.

EXT—ASURAS, DAY

[One of the towers implodes, the mass of nanites overflowing out of the buildings and onto the planet's surface.]

INT—BRIDGE, LARRIN'S SHIP

TRAVELER TECHNICIAN
One of the Replicator ships is heading towards us at maximum sublight. They're powering their hyperdrives.
LARRIN

(into intercom)

Sheppard, do you see that?

INT—CHAIR ROOM, LARRIN'S SHIP

SHEPPARD
Yeah. I got it.

[He activates the chair.]

EXT—SPACE

[Drones fire and collide with drones from the Replicator ship. Other drones make it through and destroy the Replicator ship. A hive ship is also destroyed.]

INT—ASURAS CORE ROOM

MCKAY

(surprised)

It's working faster than I imagined.
RONON
When's it going to be big enough to start pulling them down from orbit?
MCKAY
Soon. Really soon.

INT—APOLLO BRIDGE

MARKS
Our shields can't take much more of this, sir.
ELLIS
Hopefully, they won't have to. Now get ready to transfer power from the beam weapons to the—

[He's distracted from the view out the window.]

EXT—SPACE

[Nanites start swarming from all the Replicator ships towards the surface of the planet.]

INT—APOLLO BRIDGE

MARKS
What the hell…?
ELLIS
Son of a bitch. He actually did it.

EXT—ASURAS, DAY

[The nanites swarm to the Replicator blob, which is becoming denser and denser.]

INT—ASURAS CORE ROOM

[McKay hears a rumbling above them.]

RONON
What's happening?
MCKAY
The Replicator mass. It's so heavy, it's sinking into the planet's surface.

INT—DAEDALUS BRIDGE

CARTER

(into radio)

McKay, according to our readings, every Replicator nanite is now part of the mass. Can you confirm?

INT—ASURAS CORE ROOM

MCKAY
Copy that, Sam. I'll set the countdown, and we should be—

[All the power shuts down.]

RONON
Did you do that?
MCKAY

(worried)

No…It's the mass. It's collapsed the subterranean power grid. It's a black out. We're not going to be able to overload the ZPMs.

EXT—ASURAS, DAY

[The mass of Replicator nanites undulates, striking randomly at the Asuras buildings as waves sway back and forth.]

INT—ASURAS CORE ROOM

MCKAY

(panicking)

Not good. Not good. Not good!
CARTER

(over radio)

Do you want me to beam down there and help you?
MCKAY

(into radio)

The power grid's been destroyed. There's nothing either of us can do!

INT—CHAIR ROOM, LARRIN'S SHIP

SHEPPARD

(over radio)

What's the big deal? You can't overload ZPM's. Why don't we just send some nukes down there and get this over with?
MCKAY

(over radio)

It's not as simple as that!

INT—ASURAS CORE ROOM

MCKAY

(into radio)

Look, in order to implode a mass this large, then the explosion has to be timed down to the nanosecond. The force needs to be exactly right…I mean, you can't just fire a few nukes down here and get the job done.

[The room rocks again.]

SHEPPARD

(over radio)

Well, it's got to be better than nothing!

INT—DAEDALUS BRIDGE

[The conversation continues to switch between Sheppard's location the Asuras core room, and the bridge.]

CALDWELL
I have to agree.
CARTER
McKay, my sensors indicate that the ground around the mass is rich with neutronium.
CALDWELL
Neutronium?
MCKAY
It's the base raw material of Replicator cells. It makes all the sense in the world why the Ancients would set up on a planet where it's abundant.
CARTER
This could be very useful. Neutronium is incredibly dense.
SHEPPARD
And that helps us how?
MCKAY
Sam, we are geniuses!

[Carter smiles.]

MCKAY

(continuing)

Okay, the mass is so superheavy, that it's sinking into the planet's surface. If I dial it up just a little bit, it'll attract the neutronium and sink all the way to the core.
CARTER
And the planet will exert enough pressure on it to cause an implosion.

INT—ASURAS CORE ROOM

MCKAY

(typing furiously into his hand-held computer)

Just give me one more…got it!

EXT—ASURAS, DAY

[The Replicator mass, now huge, sinks into the planet.]

INT—ASURAS CORE ROOM

[The room shakes violently.]

MCKAY
Um…we need to get out of here.
RONON

(to marines)

All right, let's go. Come on!

[Ronon leads McKay to the beam-out point. They're beamed away.]

INT—DAEDALUS BRIDGE

[The team is beamed directly onto the bridge. McKay heads to Carter's station.]

MCKAY
As much as I'd love to, we shouldn't stick around and watch this go down.
CARTER
We should tell the fleet to jump to the rendezvous point immediately. The planet's become unstable.

EXT—SPACE

[The ships leave the drifting Replicator ships and start heading into hyperspace. Below them, the planet begins to break apart. After they are gone, Asuras explodes, destroying the remaining Replicator ships.]

EXT—SPACE

[Larrin's ship floats in orbit above Atlantis.]

INT—CORRIDOR, LARRIN'S SHIP

[Sheppard walks with Larrin.]

SHEPPARD
I'm sorry you lost a ship.
LARRIN
Well, they knew what they were getting into.
SHEPPARD
Yeah, but still…you gonna stick around and let my guys check this place out?
LARRIN
They already gave us a head start when they got us battle ready. Besides, I have some things that need to get taken care of.
SHEPPARD
Yeah, like…?
LARRIN
Well, nothing for you to concern your pretty little head with.
SHEPPARD
Look, um…now that we're allies and stuff, I should probably have some way of-of contacting you…you know, for professional reasons—in case we need help again.
LARRIN
I know where Atlantis is now. Don't worry. I'll stay in touch.
MARKS

(over radio)

Colonel Sheppard, are you ready to beam?
SHEPPARD
Good seeing you again.
LARRIN
I bet it was.

[Sheppard makes a face of disappointment, looks her over, then keys his radio.]

SHEPPARD
Ready to beam.

[Sheppard beams away. Larrin watches him go with an enigmatic smile.]

INT—ATLANTIS CONTROL ROOM

[Sheppard is beamed into the Atlantis control room. McKay is there working at a station. A grid showing planet locations is displayed.]

MCKAY
Welcome back.
SHEPPARD
Good to be back. How are our good friends, the Wraith?
MCKAY
Well, they never showed up at the rendezvous point.
SHEPPARD
Hmm. You think they got caught in the explosion?
MCKAY
I doubt it. Or, I guess they just figured that there was nothing left to talk about. So as soon as the planet blew up, we were back to being enemies.
SHEPPARD
Hmm. Wraith back to being enemies. Replicators don't exist anymore. You're out of your dry spell.
MCKAY
Hey!
SHEPPARD
All is right with the world. What are you working on, anyway?
MCKAY
You'll be surprised to hear that, uh, removing a planet from the database is actually a lot of work.
SHEPPARD

(dryly)

I thought you'd be pretty good at that by now.
MCKAY
You just can't resist bringing up the fact that I once accidentally destroyed a couple of planets, can you?
SHEPPARD
It was an entire solar system.
MCKAY

(annoyed)

You want to do the honors?
SHEPPARD
Nah, go ahead.
MCKAY
All right. M7R-227, you were a constant pain in the ass, it's good to see you go.

[McKay presses the enter key. After a few beeps, the planet disappears off the grid.]

SHEPPARD
If only it were that easy in real life.
MCKAY
Mmm. Area 51 is working on it. You want to get a…late dinner?
SHEPPARD
Absolutely.
MCKAY
All right. I would've loved to seen Ellis's face when my plan worked. He's such a tool.
SHEPPARD
I like him.
MCKAY
You do?
SHEPPARD
Yeah. Good guy. Excellent judge of character.
MCKAY
Oh, I see. Ha ha. Heh heh. I see where you're going with that.

[The head out for dinner.]

EXT—SPACE

[Asteroids make up the debris field where Asuras/M7R-227 once sat. One Aurora-class vessel floats amongst the debris.]

INT—BRIDGE, REPLICATOR SHIP

REPLICATOR WOMAN
Our intel was correct. The planet has been completely destroyed.
REPLICATOR MAN
Can you detect any trace Replicator cells?
REPLICATOR WOMAN
Negative. They've been completely wiped out.

[Weir sits in the captain's chair.]

WEIR
Good. We can finally get to work without having to look over our shoulders. It's time to begin.

FADE OUT

END CREDITS

Transcribed for Solutions by Aurora Novarum, January 2009.

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