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5.04 "The Daedalus Variations"

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SGA 5.04 "The Daedalus Variations" Episode Guide

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A drive malfunction aboard a mysterious duplicate Daedalus sends the team jumping through various alternate realities where they encounter sinister alien life forms, a searing sun, and a pitched space battle over Atlantis.

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TEASER

EXT—ATLANTIS, DAY

INT—ATLANTIS CONTROL ROOM

[Sheppard and McKay leave the briefing room amongst other Atlantis personnel, including Lorne and Zelenka.]

SHEPPARD
What are you talking about?
MCKAY
I'm telling you, she's hiding him from me.
SHEPPARD
She's not hiding him.
MCKAY
Oh, yeah? Every time I go to see him, she tells me that he's "just settled down."
SHEPPARD
Can you blame her? You dropped him.
MCKAY
I did not drop him, he jumped!
SHEPPARD
Jumped?
MCKAY
Well, he wiggled out of my arms. Look, I said I was sorry. Besides, how much damage could I possibly have done? He fell like, maybe two feet. Stuff like that happens all the time. I mean, I was dropped, like, a dozen times when I was kid.
SHEPPARD
Well, that explains a lot. Why do you even care? You don't even like kids!
MCKAY
It's the principle of the thing. Everyone else gets to hold him, why shouldn't I?

[The have arrived at the control room.]

CHUCK
Colonel? We got a new contact. Looks like a ship.
SHEPPARD
How far out?
CHUCK
It's in orbit.
SHEPPARD
Well, how come we didn't detect it?
CHUCK
I don't know. We didn't even detect a hyperspace window. It just appeared out of nowhere.
MCKAY

(studying his display)

Hang on a second, we're getting IFF. It's the Daedalus.
SHEPPARD
The Daedalus? How can that be? They're on their way back to Earth.
MCKAY

(puzzled)

Well, they were…or they were supposed to be.
SHEPPARD

(to Chuck)

Open up a channel.

[Chuck punches some controls and points to Sheppard who keys his radio.]

SHEPPARD
Daedalus, this is Atlantis. Please come in… Daedalus, please respond.
MCKAY

(worried)

They're not going to answer.
SHEPPARD
Why not?
MCKAY
Because I'm not reading any life signs.
SHEPPARD
What are you telling me, Rodney? This thing flew here by itself?
MCKAY
I don't know how they got here, but there's no one on board. At least, no one alive.

END TEASER

OPENING CREDITS

EXT—SPACE

[A jumper flies from Atlantis towards the Daedalus.]

INT—PUDDLE JUMPER

[Sheppard's team is in the jumper.]

CHUCK

(over radio)

Colonel, we just got confirmation from Stargate Command. The Daedalus is in the Milky Way, on course and on schedule. They expect to reach Earth within two days.
SHEPPARD

(into radio)

Understood.
RONON
So, that's not the Daedalus, then?
SHEPPARD
Well…not unless it can be in two places at once.
TEYLA
Perhaps the Apollo, or one of your other ships…?
MCKAY

(dismissively)

They wouldn't be sending Daedalus IFF, plus it doesn't explain how they got here, or why we're not picking up life sign readings.
SHEPPARD
All right, I'm taking us in for a closer look.

[Ronon leans forward to look with Sheppard and McKay.]

EXT—SPACE

[The jumper flies underneath the 304. The ship is badly damaged, with scorch marks covering its hull.]

INT—PUDDLE JUMPER

SHEPPARD
Wow, do you see that?
MCKAY
Yeah, some scorch marks. You think weapon's fire?
SHEPPARD
Mmm. Well, wherever she's been, she's been through some tough times.

[An alarm in the jumper beeps.]

SHEPPARD
What's that?
MCKAY

(perplexed)

I'm picking up an energy reading. It's coming from the ship.
TEYLA
Is it dangerous?
MCKAY
I don't think so, but I have no idea what's causing it.
SHEPPARD
Can you get the bay doors open?
MCKAY
If the ship's command systems are as familiar as the rest it, it shouldn't be a problem.

INT—DAEDALUS HANGAR BAY

[The outer doors open and the jumper flies close to the entrance.]

INT—PUDDLE JUMPER

SHEPPARD
No F-302s…but…there's a jumper.
RONON
You sure there's no one else inside?
MCKAY

(nervously)

As far as I can tell.
SHEPPARD
All right, we're going in.

EXT—SPACE

[The jumper flies into the hangar bay.]

INT—DAEDALUS HANGAR BAY

[The team exits the jumper.]

TEYLA
Why is it so cold in here?
MCKAY
The ship's operating on emergency power. Some of the systems are barely registering.
RONON

(drily)

Except for the whole "weird energy thing."
MCKAY
That's right.
SHEPPARD
Can you do something about it? It's freezing in here.
MCKAY

(piqued)

Oh sure, I just have to get to engineering.
SHEPPARD
You and Ronon are together. Teyla, you and I are going to check out the bridge. Radio me if you find anything.

[They split up.]

INT—DAEDALUS BRIDGE

[Teyla and Sheppard enter cautiously.]

SHEPPARD
No bodies in here.
TEYLA
Colonel…

[Sheppard joins Teyla, and they both look at the plaque on the wall for the Daedalus]

SHEPPARD
It's the Daedalus all right.

[The lights suddenly turn on.]

SHEPPARD

(into radio)

McKay, is that you?
MCKAY

(over radio)

Of course it was me. Who else would it be?

INT—DAEDALUS ENGINEERING

MCKAY

(smugly)

you think we've got a ghost on board or something?

[Behind McKay, Ronon causes a large metallic clatter, scaring him.]

MCKAY
Will you please not touch anything?!

[Ronon shrugs innocently.]

SHEPPARD

(over radio)

What's our status?

[The rest of the conversation switches between the two locations.]

INT—DAEDALUS BRIDGE

MCKAY
I've restored basic power to most of the ship. It should be warming up any second now.
SHEPPARD
Good. Check on that energy reading. Try to figure out what it is, all right?
MCKAY

(exasperated)

I'm on it.
TEYLA
Colonel…ship's log, last entry.

[She types on a few controls. A woman appears on the screen.]

SOBEL
Preparations are almost complete. We've beamed down the last of our supplies and any equipment we think might be useful. I'll be taking the last of the F-302s down myself. Of course, we haven't had time to do a proper survey of the planet's surface, but it seems habitable enough. Plenty of fresh water. Arable soil. Not that different from our own. I realize our chance of rescue is slim. But it's become obvious that we no longer have a choice. This is Colonel Sobel, commander of the Daedalus, signing off.
TEYLA
Do you recognize her?
SHEPPARD
I've never seen her before in my life.
TEYLA
Well, it appears as if they abandoned ship.
SHEPPARD
Yeah. The question is: why?
TEYLA
I'll check previous entries.

[She starts typing on the controls.]

INT—DAEDALUS ENGINEERING

MCKAY
Man, this ship has been through the wringer. No hyperdrive. Subspace communications are all damaged beyond repair. The shields are virtually depleted.

[An alarm begins to beep.]

RONON
What is it.
MCKAY

(looking at displays)
It's the energy reading. It's spiking.
(into radio)

Sheppard, come in.
SHEPPARD
Go ahead.
MCKAY

(into radio)

Something's happening. The energy reading. It's going off the charts!

INT—DAEDALUS BRIDGE

SHEPPARD

(into radio)

Do something! Turn it off.

INT—DAEDALUS ENGINEERING

MCKAY
I don't know how. Look, it's not coming from any of the main systems!

INT—DAEDALUS BRIDGE

LORNE

(over radio)

Colonel Sheppard, this is Atlantis. We're picking up some kind of power surge coming from the ship.
SHEPPARD
Yeah, we noticed it, and we're trying to check it out ourselves.

INT—ATLANTIS GATE ROOM

ZELENKA

(shaking his head)

The levels are still rising.
LORNE

(into radio)

Colonel, should we send another jumper to assist?
SHEPPARD

(over radio)

Stand by.

INT—DAEDALUS BRIDGE

[Teyla and Sheppard feel the ship rumbling around them.]

INT—DAEDALUS ENGINEERING

[Ronon and McKay look around at the shaking walls.]

INT—DAEDALUS BRIDGE

SHEPPARD
All right, that's our cue to leave. Everyone back in the jumper.

[They start to leave. Sheppard and Teyla aren't out of the room before they're blinded by a bright light.]

SHEPPARD
Gah!

EXT—SPACE

[The Daedalus is surrounded by a bright light, then disappears in a blink.]

INT—DAEDALUS BRIDGE

SHEPPARD

(into radio)

McKay, what the hell was that?
MCKAY

(over radio)

I have no idea, but the energy reading's gone back down the way it was.
SHEPPARD

(into radio)

Atlantis, you reading anything unusual? Atlantis, come in.

[There is no response. Sheppard reaches over and opens the channel on the commander's chair.]

SHEPPARD
Atlantis, do you read?

INT—ATLANTIS CONTROL ROOM

LORNE

Colonel Sheppard, do you read? Daedalus, this is Atlantis, please respond.
(to Zelenka)

What the hell's going on?
ZELENKA
I don't know. One moment they were there, and the next minute, they were gone.

INT—DAEDALUS ENGINEERING

[The conversation switches between and the bridge and engineering.]

SHEPPARD

(over radio)

Rodney, I'm having problems with communications. I can't reach Atlantis.

[McKay is distracted by a display.]

MCKAY
Wait a second. That can't be right.
RONON
What?
MCKAY
I'm not seeing the city on any of my screens.
SHEPPARD
What are you talking about?

[Sheppard and Teyla approach the front window.]

MCKAY
I just did a sensor sweep, and there's nothing down there but ocean!
SHEPPARD
Well, maybe they cloaked.
MCKAY
Well, they wouldn't have done that without telling us.
SHEPPARD
Well, I don't know. Maybe there's a Wraith ship in the area.
MCKAY

(insistently)

I'm not reading anything.
TEYLA
Are we certain it's the same planet? Perhaps the energy burst shifted our position.
MCKAY
No. According to our instruments, we haven't moved at all.
SHEPPARD
What do you want me to believe, Rodney? That Atlantis just disappeared?
MCKAY
I-I don't know. Just, give me a second. I'll figure it out, all right? In the meantime, I've managed to localize the source of the energy reading. It's coming from a hold on Deck Nine.

[Ronon heads out.]

SHEPPARD
All right, keep trying to reach Atlantis. We'll check it out.

INT—DECK NINE CORRIDOR

[Ronon, Teyla, and Sheppard have met up and head towards the hold.]

[The conversation switches from McKay's spot in engineering to the rest of the team on Deck Nine.]

MCKAY
Sheppard, I think I've got something. It's the residual radiation from the flash. It-it's similar to what happens when you open a hyperspace window. But different enough that the sensors wouldn't have picked it up automatically.
SHEPPARD
What the hell does that mean?
MCKAY
I think we're looking at a new kind of drive.
TEYLA
I thought you said we didn't go anywhere.
MCKAY
We didn't. At least, according to the ship's navigational systems.
SHEPPARD
So, a…malfunctioning drive.
MCKAY
Maybe, just…hang on.

[Sheppard reaches the door to the chamber and opens it.]

INT—ALTERNATE REALITY DRIVE ROOM

[The team enters and fans out.]

MCKAY
Oh my god! Sheppard!
SHEPPARD
Stand by, Rodney.
MCKAY
No, you don't understand. I know what it is! Look, the residual radiation—it, it's exactly what we recorded when my double arrived on Atlantis from an alternate reality. I can't believe I didn't see this before!

[Ronon gestures to the far end of the room.]

RONON
Sheppard, hey.

[Sheppard and Teyla come over.]

MCKAY

(continuing)

It's a drive all right. But it didn't move us through space. I think it's moved us into a parallel universe.
SHEPPARD

(stunned)

That would explain a lot of things.

[He, Teyla, and Ronon stare at alternate versions of themselves and McKay lying dead on the floor.]

[Later, Ronon finishes putting a thermal blanket over the dead alternate McKay. The others are already covered. McKay is with the team now.]

RONON
Oh, how long have they been dead for?
SHEPPARD
The place was like a meat locker. They could've been preserved like this for months.
TEYLA

(disturbed)

They look just like us.
MCKAY
That's because they are us. The alternate reality versions of us.
TEYLA
I feel like someone just walked over my grave.
SHEPPARD
Take it easy, everything's fine.

[McKay studies a computer.]

MCKAY
Oh, no, no, no, no. This is very bad.
SHEPPARD
What?
MCKAY
This tablet belonged to the other McKay. They weren't part of the original crew. They came here just like us! Look, a ship appeared in orbit over their Atlantis. They came to check it out!
SHEPPARD
That would explain the other jumper in the bay.
MCKAY

(very worried)

The ship jumped in another reality, and they were stuck. They-they couldn't get back. Look, eventually, their supplies ran out, and they…
SHEPPARD
All right, all right, mystery solved. Let's move on.
MCKAY

(panicked)

Don't you realize what this means? They were us, and they failed!
SHEPPARD

(firmly)

Well, they're not us! We're still alive! Let's go!

[He leads them down the corridor.]

INT—ALTERNATE REALITY DRIVE ROOM

[They reenter the room.]

SHEPPARD
The answer's in here somewhere. Can you, uh, power up the systems?
MCKAY
Uh…yeah, just hold on.

[McKay opens a junction box.]

MCKAY
All right…

[He starts hitting some switches and the lights turn on, the equipment powering up.]

SHEPPARD
All right, that's a start.

[Ronon notices a sealed door with several warning signs.]

RONON
What's behind here?
MCKAY
Huh. That's a good question.

[He walks over to the control panel and hits some keys. The door opens. A large cylindrical device is revealed. It spins slowly.]

MCKAY
I'm guessing that's our alternate reality drive.
SHEPPARD
Can you figure out how to control it?
MCKAY

(piqued)

Offhand, I'd say no. That's what the other McKay was trying to do, and he had…weeks!
SHEPPARD
Rodney…
MCKAY
Fine. I'll start with his research. It'll…at least give us a head start.
SHEPPARD
Yeah, that's better. We're going to look for supplies.
MCKAY
Wha-you don't think the other us would've already tried that?
SHEPPARD

(sternly)

Get to work.

INT—SUPPLY ROOM

[Ronon scavenges through containers. Teyla enters.]

TEYLA
Did you find anything?

[He holds up a drill.]

RONON
Not unless you know a way to cook this.
TEYLA
Perhaps we should consider going down to the planet to collect supplies.
RONON
Nah, Sheppard says it's too risky. The drive could kick in and the ship could take off without us. Then we'd be stuck here.
TEYLA
The others that we found…do you think their lives were very similar to ours?
RONON
Who cares?
TEYLA
How can you say that?
RONON
We've seen our doubles before.
TEYLA
Eh, Replicator manufactured copies. These were real people with real lives! I can't help but wondering who might still be waiting for her back on her Atlantis.
RONON
Do you mean, did she also have a son?
TEYLA
The thought had crossed my mind.
RONON
Look….I, uh, I've heard McKay talk about this stuff before. And, supposedly, there's a million different realities out there, with every possible variation, which also means there's a million different Torrens. You going to worry about every one of them?
TEYLA

(considering)

No. It's difficult enough worrying about one.
RONON
I'll bet it is. Come on.

[They leave.]

EXT—SPACE

[The Daedalus floats in space.]

INT—ALTERNATE REALITY DRIVE ROOM

[Sheppard enters, and notices the shielding door is closed again as McKay studies the computers.]

SHEPPARD
Why is the blast door closed?
MCKAY
Hello, residual radiation?
SHEPPARD
Oh, right. Have you made any progress?
MCKAY
As a matter of fact, yes, we have.
SHEPPARD
We?
MCKAY
Me and the other McKay, who unsurprisingly, is a genius. Not only that, but it looks like the drive was created by yet another McKay from the original reality.
SHEPPARD
What makes you say that?
MCKAY
Well, there's a certain, um,…elegance to the design that I recognize.
SHEPPARD
I'm sure that's what the crew was saying when they abandoned ship.
MCKAY
Well, admittedly, there are problems, but it is still a monumental achievement.
SHEPPARD
All right, so-so…what do we do? Can we just throw the thing in reverse?
MCKAY
Uh, yeah, it's a little more complicated than that. The first problem is navigation. They've developed a coordinate system to, uh, identify the various realities and allowed them to get back. But, uh, obviously that didn't work.
SHEPPARD
Obviously.
MCKAY

(sighing)

That's not what bothers me.
SHEPPARD
Well, it kind of bothers me.
MCKAY
It's power generation. I mean, jumping from one reality to another requires massive amounts of power. We're talking ZPM levels here. Obviously they didn't have one of those rattling around, so they…created a capacitor that's constantly drawing power from subspace.

[The alarm that alerts when the energy spikes sounds again.]

MCKAY
And…it looks like it's almost charged.
SHEPPARD
Is this your long-winded way of telling me you just can't turn it off?
MCKAY
Think of it like a-a tap pouring water into a bucket. When the bucket is full, the drive engages. Except this particular tap has no valve.
SHEPPARD
That seems like a pretty serious design flaw, don't you think?
MCKAY
Exactly. Which leads me to believe they were tampering with it in a vain attempt to generate more power.

[The ship starts to rumble and the drive starts to show it's close to 100% charged.]

MCKAY
As they got further and further from their own reality, I guess they figured they'd need it to get back. And…here we go.

[The drive engages and the light washes over them.]

SHEPPARD
Okay. Where are we?
MCKAY
Oh, don't look at me. I haven't had time to route the main systems to these control panels. I'm flying blind down here.
SHEPPARD

(into radio)

Ronon, Teyla, meet me at the bridge.
TEYLA

(over radio)

On our way.
SHEPPARD
Keep it up, Rodney.
MCKAY

(noncommittally)

Uhn.

INT—DAEDALUS BRIDGE

[Sheppard arrives to find Ronon and Teyla already there. Teyla smiles, relieved, and works more controls.]

TEYLA
Colonel, Atlantis is back. I'm picking them up on the sensors.
SHEPPARD
You know how to work this stuff?
TEYLA
The last time the Daedalus was in orbit, Major Marks generously offered to give both of us some preliminary training.

[She gives Ronon a pointed look.]

RONON
I was busy.
SHEPPARD

(into radio)

Atlantis, this is Sheppard, come in…Atlantis, do you read…?

[Hearing no response, he reaches over and keys the radio on a control panel of the ship.]

SHEPPARD

(into radio)

Atlantis, this is Sheppard, come in.
RONON

(shrugging)

Maybe they already have a Sheppard.
SHEPPARD

(into radio, to McKay)

Rodney, what are the odds of us, uh, randomly jumping back into our own…reality?
MCKAY
I'd say slim to none.
TEYLA
I'm…detecting another ship in orbit.
SHEPPARD

(concerned)

What kind?
TEYLA
I'll see if I can pull it up on screen.
SHEPPARD
I don't recognize it. What's that?

[He points to an insignia on the hull. Teyla magnifies that section of the ship.]

RONON
You know it?
SHEPPARD
No.
TEYLA
Colonel, I believe this ship is powering weapons.
SHEPPARD
What's our shield status?
TEYLA
Minimal.

EXT—SPACE

[The alien ship fires down on Atlantis.]

INT—DAEDALUS BRIDGE

RONON
It's firing on Atlantis.
TEYLA
The city's shields are failing.
SHEPPARD

(into radio)

Rodney, do we have enough juice to power up the Asgard beam?
MCKAY

(over radio)

Maybe. I mean, you might be able to get a couple of shots off. Why?
SHEPPARD
There's some alien ship attacking Atlantis.
MCKAY
So?
SHEPPARD
What do you mean, so? It's Atlantis!
MCKAY
Well, I mean…it's not our Atlantis. We have no idea who's down there. Look, we should just stay out of it!
TEYLA
If we do not intervene, the city will be destroyed!
SHEPPARD
Yeah, we need help. My gut tells me we're better off going with the people on that planet then whoever's on that ship.
MCKAY
I hope you're right.
SHEPPARD
Yeah, well, me too.

EXT—SPACE

[The Daedalus fires its Asgard beam weapons, striking the alien ship several times.]

INT—DAEDALUS BRIDGE

TEYLA
The ship's been damaged. It's stopped firing.
SHEPPARD
Hopefully, we took out its main weapons.
TEYLA
Wait, something's happening….they're launching fighters.

EXT—SPACE

[The alien ship launches several small fighters at the Daedalus.]

SHEPPARD
Ronon…

[He approaches.]

SHEPPARD
You should've took Marks up when you had the chance. Now you're going to have to learn fast. Rail gun targeting systems. Those buttons on the right control radar, tracking, and target acquisition. Use the red button to fire.

[Ronon sits in the starboard station as Sheppard moves to the port.]

EXT—SPACE

[The fighters attack Daedalus as its rail guns fire at them. The fighters' blasts impact the 304's shields.]

INT—ALTERNATE REALITY DRIVE ROOM

[Sparks fly across the room.]

MCKAY
What the hell was that?!
SHEPPARD

(over radio)

We're under attack. Any chance of getting that hyperdrive back online?
MCKAY

(high-pitched)

No! It's completely shot! I already told you that!

INT—DAEDALUS BRIDGE

SHEPPARD
Great.
RONON

(panicked)

There's too many of them. I can't do this!
SHEPPARD
Keep trying!

EXT—SPACE

[One of the fighters is damaged. It loops and turns to head directly for Daedalus. It breaks through the shields and hits the ship.]

INT—DAEDALUS BRIDGE

[The impact shakes the ship, causing more overloads.]

INT—ALTERNATE REALITY DRIVE ROOM

[McKay also suffers overloads.]

INT—DAEDALUS BRIDGE

SHEPPARD
We've lost sub-light!
TEYLA
We have a hull breach. We're venting atmosphere. I don't know what to do!

[Sheppard hurries over to study the displays.]

SHEPPARD
Here. Seal off damaged areas. We should be okay for the moment.

[He leaves her to it and sits back at the port station.]

RONON
Yeah, I wouldn't be so sure about that.
MCKAY

(over radio)

Sheppard! I have an idea!
SHEPPARD
Let's hear it.

[The rest of the conversation switches between the bridge and drive room.]

MCKAY
I set up a few protocols that should increase the efficiency of the alternate reality drive. If I enable them, we might be able to jump sooner.
SHEPPARD
Like what? What? Jump to the next universe?
MCKAY
Exactly! But if I do this, I can't undo it! I mean, we'll just start jumping faster and faster.

[More blasts rock the ship. The team exchange worried looks.]

SHEPPARD
Do it!

EXT—SPACE

[Three fighters bear down on the Daedalus, whose shields are gone. One rail gun keeps firing. As the fighters reach the ship, it blinks out of the reality. The three fighters fly through the now-empty space.]

INT—DAEDALUS BRIDGE

SHEPPARD
It worked.
RONON
Where are we?

[He and Sheppard walk towards the front window.]

TEYLA
We have a problem. Temperature in the hull is rising rapidly.
SHEPPARD
What the hell is this?

EXT—SPACE

[The Daedalus hovers just above the surface of a red giant star.]

INT—DAEDALUS BRIDGE

TEYLA
According to these readings, we're less than two million kilometers from the surface of the sun.
SHEPPARD
I thought we always jumped to the same place in every reality.
TEYLA
As did I.

[A klaxon blares. Teyla checks it.]

TEYLA
Hull temperature is approaching critical. If we do not restore shields…
SHEPPARD
We're going to burn.

INT—ALTERNATE REALITY DRIVE ROOM

MCKAY

(skeptical, into radio)

Are you sure about this?

INT—DAEDALUS BRIDGE

SHEPPARD

(irked, into radio)

We're not imagining it, Rodney.

INT—ALTERNATE REALITY DRIVE ROOM

[The rest of the conversation switches between the two locations.]

MCKAY
Well, let me transfer down to this station. Then at least I can…ooh…well, you're definitely not imagining that.
SHEPPARD
Thanks for the vote of confidence.
MCKAY
I don't understand it! We always jump to the same relative position in space! Unless…
SHEPPARD
Unless what?
MCKAY
You said when you went to the future, you saw our sun expanding into a red giant, remember?
SHEPPARD
What are you saying? We're jumping through time now?
MCKAY
No. No-no-no-no-no. But maybe what eventually happens in our reality is happening in this one, only much sooner. Look, we didn't go to the sun, the sun came to us.
RONON
So, how does this help us?
MCKAY
I-I don't know. I just, I found it interesting.

[Ronon rolls his eyes.]

SHEPPARD

(barely keeping his temper)

What's "interesting", Rodney, is a way out of this without getting fried—like getting the sub-light back on, so we can get the hell out of here.
MCKAY
Actually, I think our best bet is just to transfer as much power as we can to the shields and ride it out to the next jump.
SHEPPARD
All right. When does that happen?
MCKAY
Well, the time the capacitor takes to charge now that I've enacted those new protocols. You know, um…I have no idea.
SHEPPARD
You're not exactly selling the plan, Rodney.
MCKAY

(defensively)

I have no idea how long it would take me to fix sub-lights, either! Look, I've got to run a diagnostic, but theoretically, transferring power to the shields should be relatively easy.
SHEPPARD
All right, what do we do?
MCKAY
All right, the first thing I need you to do is head down to engineering.
SHEPPARD

(to Teyla)

Let's go.

[They leave the bridge.]

INT—DAEDALUS ENGINEERING

[The trio head through the debris of a corridor and enter engineering.]

[The conversation switches between the drive chamber where McKay is, and where the others are in engineering.]

SHEPPARD
All right, we're here. What do we do?
MCKAY
You need to kill all power to non-essential decks which means you're gonna have to access the main administrative interface. That should bring up a list of all available override commands.

[Teyla does so.]

SHEPPARD
Got it.
MCKAY
Okay. So choose the command for life support; you're gonna have to designate the decks one by one.

[While Teyla follows McKay's instructions. Ronon hears something in the corridor outside. He goes to investigate.]

INT—DAEDALUS CORRIDOR

[Ronon patrols the hall. He pauses, looking around, but sees nothing. He starts to head back when he hears a thump on the other side of a sealed door. He pulls out his pistol and walks over. He opens the door to find a large alien on the other side. The alien is grey, tall, with pointed teeth. It wears armor and has a blinking red mechanical light on its forehead. Both Ronon and the alien are startled by each other's appearance. Ronon starts to raise his weapon, but the alien grabs his hand, then grabs his throat and knocks him against the bulkhead several times.]

INT—ENGINEERING ROOM

TEYLA
I think that's all of them.
MCKAY

(over radio)

Dammit. That didn't buy us nearly as much power as I would've thought.
SHEPPARD
Well, there's got to be something else.
MCKAY
Right, um…all right, look, the ship has auxiliary power modules for most of the main systems. Uh, most likely they're depleted, but, uh, if not, well, it might buy us a little more juice.
SHEPPARD
Well, there you go.

INT—DAEDALUS CORRIDOR

[Ronon is pinned to the floor, still in the chokehold as the alien roars at him. Ronon punches the alien in the head several times but can't get released. His pinned arm still holds his weapon, desperate, he fires it several times at the wall as a signal.]

INT—ENGINEERING

[Teyla and Sheppard grab their weapons and look wary as they hear the distant sound of Ronon's weapon.]

MCKAY

(nervous, over radio)

What the hell was that? Was it gunfire?
SHEPPARD
Where's Ronon?

[He and Teyla exchange looks.]

SHEPPARD

(to Teyla)

Keep working.

[He leaves. Teyla takes a deep breath and sits at the console again.]

TEYLA

(into radio)

Stay focused, Rodney. Tell me what to do next.

INT—ALTERNATE REALITY DRIVE ROOM

MCKAY

(nervous)

All right.

INT—ATLANTIS CORRIDOR

[Sheppard sees Ronon's situation. He raises his rifle and fires several shots at the alien. The shots mostly bounce off the alien's armor, but get his attention, and he leaves Ronon to head towards Sheppard. Now free, Ronon starts firing at the alien from behind. The combined shots from Ronon and Sheppard finally take down the alien.]

SHEPPARD
You okay?
RONON

(hoarsely)

Yeah. Where the hell did he come from?

[Ronon struggles to his feet as Sheppard bends over the body. He spots an insignia on the armor.]

SHEPPARD
Check it out. It's the same symbol that was on the alien ship.
RONON
How'd he get onboard?
SHEPPARD
You know, they crashed into us, penetrated our hull, remember?
RONON
You think he did it on purpose?
SHEPPARD
That's a good question.

[Ronon finds a sidearm on the body. He unholsters it and holds it up.]

RONON
Hey…?

[They stare at it curiously. Ronon aims into the distance and fires. It shoot soft a green energy blast.]

SHEPPARD
Let me try that—

[Two more aliens appear at the other end of the corridor and start firing at Ronon and Sheppard, who take cover and return fire.]

INT—ENGINEERING

[The conversation switches between Engineering and the Drive Room.]

TEYLA
That's it. That's all of them. I must go help Colonel Sheppard and Ronon. Good luck, Rodney.

[She stands and grabs her rifle.]

MCKAY

(over radio)

No-no-no-no-no. It's not enough.
TEYLA
What do you mean?
MCKAY
Without sub-lights, our orbit is decaying, which means more radiation slamming into the shields. The alternate reality drive is only charged to seventy percent! Which means it'll never make one hundred before the shields fail!
TEYLA
Well, what do we do? We have no more power.
MCKAY

(frustrated)

J-J-Just…give me a second.

INT—DAEDALUS CORRIDOR

[The firefight continues.]

INT—ENGINEERING

[The gunfire can be heard.]

TEYLA

(impatient)

Rodney, Colonel Sheppard and Ronon are under attack!

INT—ALTERNATE REALITY DRIVE ROOM

[McKay thinks quickly.]

MCKAY
All right, I got it. I got it! Drop the shields.

INT—ENGINEERING

TEYLA

(incredulous)

What?!
MCKAY
Drop the shields. I will transfer all available power to the drive. Hopefully, it'll be enough to induce a jump.
TEYLA
Hopefully?
MCKAY
It is our only option, and every second we argue about it is less of a chance it's going to work!
TEYLA
Very well. Dropping shields.

[She presses some buttons. Immediately, an alarm sounds.]

TEYLA
Hull temperature is passing critical!

INT—ALTERNATE REALITY DRIVE ROOM

MCKAY
Transferring power to the drive…now!

[McKay presses some buttons, then watches as the drive climbs to 98%, then stops.]

MCKAY
Oh, no, no, no, no, no, no.
TEYLA
What is it?
MCKAY
It's not enough! It's only ninety-eight percent.
TEYLA
Rodney, the hull is beginning to deteriorate.

[The power climbs to 99%.]

MCKAY
Come on, come on!

[The drive reaches 100%.]

MCKAY
That's it! Sheppard, we're jumping!

INT—DAEDALUS CORRIDOR

[Sheppard reloads his pistol. He and Ronon take advantage of the bright light of the jump. While the aliens are blinded, they come out of cover and start firing on the enemy, downing them both. One falls to his knees, Ronon pistol whips him to the floor.]

SHEPPARD

(into radio)

Nice work, Rodney!

INT—ALTERNATE REALITY DRIVE ROOM

[McKay looks at the controls unhappily.]

MCKAY

(worried)

Uh, you may want to hold off on the congratulations.

INT—DAEDALUS CORRIDOR

SHEPPARD
Now what?
MCKAY

(over radio)

I think I've overtaxed the drive. Look, it's not completely blown, but…we've only got a handful of jumps before it's burned out.
SHEPPARD
All right, then what happens?
MCKAY
If we haven't found our way back by then, we will be stranded forever.

INT—DAEDALUS BRIDGE

[Sheppard sits at the starboard station. Ronon and Teyla stare out the front window. An asteroid field floats in front of them.]

RONON
What happened to the planet?
TEYLA
Rodney believes that in this reality, it was destroyed by an impact, possibly millions of years ago. All that remains is this asteroid field.

[McKay enters.]

MCKAY
All right, I think I got something. In fact, it was staring me in the face the whole time, I was too busy trying to avoid imminent death to notice it.
SHEPPARD
What are you talking about?
MCKAY
See, my mistake was focusing on the navigation system. I should've known that was never going to work.
RONON
So what, then?
MCKAY
So, in a spectacular feat of multi-dimensional mathematics, I have discovered a way to send the ship back along the path it's previously traveled, bypassing the navigation system altogether.
SHEPPARD
Wait a minute. You're talking about putting this thing in reverse?
MCKAY

(pleased)

Exactly.
SHEPPARD

(annoyed)

I just suggested that two hours ago.
MCKAY
And naturally, I dismissed it out of hand. But then I realized, that including the original designer, not one, but two versions of myself have failed to make this thing work. I had to think not like me. In fact, I had to think like the opposite of me, and it doesn't get much more opposite than you.
SHEPPARD
I'll take that as a compliment.
RONON
So, can we get back or not?

[McKay moves to the port station.]

MCKAY
Well, not directly. It's impossible to calculate the relative position of our original starting point from where we are now. But we can retrace our steps, passing through each reality in turn until we reach the right one.
SHEPPARD
We have a slight problem, Rodney. We barely got out of those realities alive.
TEYLA
If we do not restore the shields, the radiation from the red giant will kill us.
MCKAY
Not necessarily. Look, we know that the ship carries its momentum in real space from one reality to the next. Now, we may not have sub-light engines, but we do have maneuvering thrusters. You know, one long continuous burn along the right trajectory, from now until the next jump should be enough to allow us to establish a-a higher, more stable orbit around the sun.
TEYLA
So the radiation will not affect us?
MCKAY

(reluctantly)

Well, I wouldn't go that far, but at least it'll be, uh…not quite as deadly?

[He punches a few buttons.]

MCKAY
Okay, that's it. Course is already plotted.
SHEPPARD
Wait—what about those alien dudes? They know we're the ones that shot at them.
RONON
Maybe they'll be gone.
MCKAY
Well, I wouldn't count on it. Look, time is passing at the same rate in each of the realities, which means…well, which means it hasn't been that long. To get past those aliens, we're going to need sub-light engines. And I'm going to need to fix them in time.

[He starts to leave.]

SHEPPARD
Wait-wait-wait. You said you didn't even know what's wrong with those.
MCKAY
So, I haven't had a chance to check it out. I'm sorry, I can't do ten things at once. I already told you, the drive is going to burn out. Soon! We have to do something! Who's to say the next reality won't be even worse?

[McKay runs out. Sheppard exchanges worried looks with the others.]

EXT—SPACE

[The Daedalus floats in the asteroid field.]

INT—ALTERNATE REALITY DRIVE ROOM

MCKAY

(over radio)

All right, all the modifications to the drive are in place. Here we go.

EXT—SPACE

[The Daedalus blinks out of the asteroid field.]

EXT—SPACE

[The Daedalus blinks into a high orbit over the red giant sun.]

INT—DAEDALUS BRIDGE

TEYLA

(relieved)

It worked. You did it, Rodney.

INT—ALTERNATE REALITY DRIVE ROOM

MCKAY
All right. I'm going to head up to engineering. Get to work on the sub-lights.

[He leaves.]

INT—DAEDALUS BRIDGE

SHEPPARD
What's our status?
TEYLA
Hull temperature is rising, but not as rapidly as it did before. I think we'll be okay.
SHEPPARD
So much for the frying pan, let's hope we make it through the fire.

INT—ENGINEERING

[McKay works on a crystal panel in the wall. Teyla enters.]

TEYLA
How is it coming?
MCKAY
Hmm? Ah, it's not good. The main systems are completely fried. I'm going to have to do a full bypass.
TEYLA
Can I be of assistance?
MCKAY
I doubt it.

[He starts to close and power up the panel. It overloads, sending sparks flying as McKay tries to avoid being electrocuted.]

MCKAY
Oh! Jeez! What the…!

[Teyla hurries to the control station and punches some keys, shutting down the power. McKay stops cowering in the corner and tries to reassert control.]

MCKAY
Ahem. Thanks.
TEYLA

(calmly)

Perhaps a separate diagnostic of the auxiliary system would be useful.
MCKAY
Uh…sure?

[Looking abashed, he checks his computer. Smiling wryly, Teyla sits at the station.]

TEYLA
I wanted to thank you, Rodney.
MCKAY
For what?
TEYLA
For not giving up.
MCKAY
Oh, I know what this is. It's your first mission back. Look, I am not about to let it be your last, okay?

[Teyla graces McKay with a wan smile. An alarm beeps. McKay rushes over.]

MCKAY
Oh, no, that's what I was afraid of.
TEYLA
What is it?
MCKAY

The drive's charging a lot faster now.
(into radio)

Sheppard….looks like the next jump's going to happen a lot sooner than we thought.

INT—DAEDALUS BRIDGE

SHEPPARD

(into radio)

How's it coming with the sub-light engines?
MCKAY

(over radio)

I'm going to need a few minutes.
SHEPPARD

(into radio)

Do we have a few more minutes?

INT—ENGINEERING

[McKay exchanges worried looks with Teyla.]

MCKAY

(into radio)

I doubt it.

[He heads back to work.]

INT—DAEDALUS BRIDGE

SHEPPARD

(to Ronon)

All right, let's spilt rail gun positions. I'll take forward, you take aft.
RONON
You really think that's going to make a difference?
SHEPPARD
Eh, without shields, probably not, but…we don't have much of a choice.

[Ronon rolls his eyes but complies.]

EXT—SPACE

[Daedalus blinks into the new reality.]

INT—DAEDALUS BRIDGE

RONON
Where's the alien ship?
SHEPPARD
I'm not sure.
RONON
Well, maybe they left.

[An alarm beeps.]

SHEPPARD
No such luck. They're right behind us.

EXT—SPACE

[The alien ships sets up directly behind Daedalus. The ship launches its fighters.]

INT—DAEDALUS BRIDGE

SHEPPARD
We've got fighters closing on our position. How's it going down there?

INT—DAEDALUS ENGINEERING

[McKay frantically moves to a control station.]

MCKAY
Look, just give me a second.

INT—DAEDALUS BRIDGE

SHEPPARD
Rodney!

INT—DAEDALUS ENGINEERING

[McKay studies his monitors, apparently seeing what he wants. He turns to Teyla and points.]

MCKAY
Okay, try it now.

[She presses some controls and the drive powers up.]

MCKAY

(into radio)

That's it, I've got it! Go, go, go, go, go, go!

INT—DAEDALUS BRIDGE

[Sheppard activates the controls.]

EXT—SPACE

[The sub-light engines power up and the ship starts flying away from the fighters.]

INT—DAEDALUS ENGINEERING

MCKAY
Sheppard…how we doing?

INT—DAEDALUS BRIDGE

[Sheppard checks his readouts.]

SHEPPARD
They're gaining on us. Can you get us more speed?

[The rest of the conversation switches between engineering and the bridge.]

MCKAY
There's not a chance. Look, I barely got this thing working as it is! If we tax it any more, we're going to blow the whole system!
SHEPPARD
Well, then we've got a real problem.

[Ronon studies the controls, seeing the fighters come closer. Sparks short circuit on the bridge.]

RONON
They're in weapons range!
SHEPPARD
Return fire!
RONON

(frustrated)

I'm trying!

EXT—SPACE

[The fighters fire on Daedalus as they catch up to the larger ship.]

INT—DAEDALUS BRIDGE

[Frustrated, Ronon begins banging blindly on the control panel.]

SHEPPARD
Easy, Chewie, th-th-those buttons are your friends. Just keep trying!
RONON

(angry)

I'm trying!

INT—DAEDALUS ENGINEERING

[The sub-light drive powers down.]

MCKAY

(over radio)

That's it, sub-lights are gone for good this time!

EXT—SPACE

[Daedalus stops accelerating. It is bombarded by the fighters. The rail guns return fire. Suddenly, the lead fighter is destroyed by a bomb from another ship. Many F-302s dogfight the alien fighters over the crippled Daedalus.]

INT—DAEDALUS BRIDGE

RONON
What the hell was that?

[Sheppard studies his monitors.]

SHEPPARD
F-302s. It's Atlantis.

EXT—SPACE

[The fighters are on the run from the F-302s as they continue to do battle.]

INT—DAEDALUS ENGINEERING

MCKAY

(nervously)

What's happening?

INT—DAEDALUS BRIDGE

SHEPPARD

(into radio)

Looks like we're getting some help from some friends. Guess we bet on the right side after all.
ALTERNATE SHEPPARD

(over radio)

Daedalus, this is Lieutenant Colonel John Sheppard. Do you read?

[Sheppard and Ronon appear nonplussed.]

ALTERNATE SHEPPARD

(more insistently, over radio)

Daedalus, do you read?
SHEPPARD

(into radio)

Uh…yeah, Daedalus, this is Daedalus, come in.
ALTERNATE SHEPPARD

(puzzled, over radio)

Who…who is this?
SHEPPARD
It's a long story.
ALTERNATE SHEPPARD

(over radio)

Well, whoever you are, you saved our asses when you….

INT—F-302 COCKPIT

ALTERNATE SHEPPARD

(into radio)

took out their main weapons. Figured the least we could do is return the favor.

INT—DAEDALUS BRIDGE

SHEPPARD
Much appreciated.

[An alarm beeps insistently.]

RONON
Uh, Sheppard…?

[He clears his throat and points.]

EXT—SPACE

[A damaged alien fighter approaches, heading directly for the bridge of the ship.]

INT—DAEDALUS BRIDGE

[Ronon ducks behind his station.]

SHEPPARD
Oh, crap!

[Sheppard frantically presses the rail gun fire button. It explodes the tailspinning fighter just as it is about to reach the ship.]

INT—F-302 COCKPIT

ALTERNATE SHEPPARD

(into radio)

Sorry about that. One of them got through. Nice shooting, though.

INT—DAEDALUS BRIDGE

[Sheppard and Ronon still appear shaken by the close call.]

SHEPPARD
Oh, thanks.

EXT—SPACE

[The dogfight continues around the Daedalus. Finally, all the alien fighters are destroyed.]

INT—F-302 COCKPIT

ALTERNATE SHEPPARD
All right, that looks like that's the last of them so…uh, so what happens now?

INT—DAEDALUS BRIDGE

[Teyla and McKay enter.]

SHEPPARD

(into radio)

Well, we go our own ways.
ALTERNATE SHEPPARD

(over radio)

Just like that?
SHEPPARD

(into radio)

Pretty much.

[Teyla and McKay exchange bemused looks at the radio conversation.]

ALTERNATE SHEPPARD

(over radio)

Well, the thing is…uh, we do have a few questions. See, the Daedalus we know was destroyed two years ago in a battle with the Replicators.
SHEPPARD

(into radio)

Sorry to hear that, but…this isn't exactly our Daedalus. We're just…borrowing it for a while.
ALTERNATE SHEPPARD

(slowly, over radio)

Okay, I have no idea what that means.
SHEPPARD

(into radio)

Well, like I said, it's a long story.
ALTERNATE SHEPPARD

(sighing, over radio)

All right, Daedalus, good luck.
SHEPPARD

(into radio)

Thank you, Colonel, and one last thing. It's been a pleasure. You're obviously a man of great integrity, and a dedicated commander, and a very skilled pilot.

[McKay and Teyla exchange amused looks. Ronon rolls his eyes.]

ALTERNATE SHEPPARD

(over radio)

Well, that's funny. I was going to say the same to you.

[Sheppard still looks bemused at the conversation he just had with…himself.]

EXT—SPACE

[The F-302s fly away. Daedalus blinks out of the reality.]

INT—DAEDALUS BRIDGE

MCKAY
All right, the alien ship's gone. I'm reading a planet with no energy signatures. It's the first reality we jumped to. One more, and we're home.

[Teyla is visibly relieved.]

SHEPPARD
Let's get down to the hangar bay.

[They leave.]

INT—DAEDALUS CORRIDOR

[The team head to the hangar bay.]

MCKAY
All right…

[McKay opens the door to the hangar bay. An alien lies in wait on the other side. It fires, striking McKay in the right arm.]

MCKAY
Ah! Ow!
TEYLA
Rodney!

[Teyla pushes McKay out of the way as Ronon and Sheppard return fire. Teyla protects McKay with her own body.]

MCKAY

(in disbelief)

I got shot!
RONON

(over the fire)

I thought we got 'em all.
SHEPPARD
Apparently not!

[He shoots another volley of fire. Ronon fires as well, finally downing the alien. Sheppard and Ronon approach, still shooting at the body to be sure.]

RONON
Think there's any more of them?
SHEPPARD
We're not waiting around to find out.

[The alien's hand falls away from his chest, revealing a grenade counting down.]

SHEPPARD
Move, move move!

[Sheppard and Ronon barely get back out the door before the grenade goes off. The explosion forces an automatic closure of the hangar bay door as Ronon and Sheppard skid across the floor. An alarm sounds at a panel. The wounded McKay checks it out.]

MCKAY
The explosion's caused a hull breach. Whole sections have been depressurized including the hangar bay. We just lost the jumpers!
SHEPPARD
Our stop is coming up, Rodney. It's time to get off this train!
MCKAY

(panicked)

Look, there's no way off!
TEYLA
Once we jump into our own reality, Atlantis will detect us, and they will send help.
MCKAY
We broke orbit to get away from the fighters, remember? Look, we carry our momentum and relative position in space from one reality to the next, which means, by the time we next jump, we're gonna be, like, half a million kilometers out. They're never going to get to us in time!
RONON
We got C-4. I say we wait 'till we get back, and then blow the drive.
MCKAY
That could work, or it could tear a hole in the space-time continuum, not only killing us, but destroying the entire solar system.
SHEPPARD
Well, we better think of something fast.

[The team exchange worried looks.]

EXT—ATLANTIS, DAY

INT—ATLANTIS CONTROL ROOM

CHUCK
Another contact just appeared on our screens.
LORNE
Was it the Daedalus?
ZELENKA
They're too far out for us to get IFF.
LORNE
Well, try subspace.

[Chuck presses a few keys, then signals to Lorne.]

LORNE

(into radio)
Colonel Sheppard, do you read…? Colonel Sheppard, this is Major Lorne, do you read?
(to Chuck)

Was there a hyperspace window?
CHUCK
No, sir. They just appeared out of nowhere.
LORNE

Well, it's got to be them. Alert Mister Woolsey.
(to Zelenka)

Doc, you're with me. Come on, let's go.

[Lorne and Zelenka hurry away.]

EXT—SPACE

[The jumper heads towards the Daedalus.]

INT—PUDDLE JUMPER

ZELENKA
All right, we should be within radio range.
LORNE

(into radio)

Colonel Sheppard, come in.

[A large amount of static is the only response.]

LORNE
Doctor McKay, this is Major Lorne, do you read?
ZELENKA

(shaking his head)

There's too much interference. I'm picking up some kind of…energy reading. It's spiking.

EXT—SPACE

[As the jumper draws closer, Daedalus blinks away.]

INT—PUDDLE JUMPER

LORNE
What the hell just happened?
ZELENKA
They disappeared.
LORNE
Wh-what are you talking about?
ZELENKA
Well…they-they're just gone.

[An alarm beeps.]

ZELENKA
Oh, wait a minute. I'm picking up four life signs.
LORNE
Okay, where?
ZELENKA
Dead ahead.

EXT—SPACE

[The jumper slowly approaches for small objects in the distance.]

LORNE

(over radio)

Colonel Sheppard, is that you?
SHEPPARD

(over radio)

Major, nice of you to stop by. Kind of hard to get a cab in this neighborhood.

INT—PUDDLE JUMPER

[Lorne and Zelenka exchange smiles.]

LORNE
Yes, sir.

EXT—SPACE

[As the jumper draws closer, it is clear that the four objects are four space suits, each holding a member of Sheppard's team.]

EXT—ATLANTIS, DAY

INT—ATLANTIS INFIRMARY

[McKay tries do work while sitting up in his hospital bed. Sheppard sits in a visitor chair nearby, playing with a handheld computer game.]

SHEPPARD
How many jumps you think that drive has left in it before it burns out?
MCKAY
Half a dozen, tops. Then it'll be completely inert.
SHEPPARD
Good. I hate to think of somebody else getting trapped inside that thing like we did.
MCKAY
Actually, you know, I've been thinking about that. Now, true, the navigation system was flawed to start, but, um, the basic principles of the drive are fundamentally sound—
SHEPPARD
Forget it, Rodney.
MCKAY
I've saved the relevant data. Minor adjustments, and I should have be able to have this thing up and running—
SHEPPARD

(insistent)

I said, forget it.

[Teyla approaches, carrying Torren. Sheppard puts down his game.]

SHEPPARD
Hey, look who's here.
TEYLA
How's your shoulder, Rodney?
MCKAY

(surprised)

Uh, it's pretty bad, but, you know, it's better, thanks.
TEYLA
Is it well enough to hold him?

[Sheppard gives McKay a pointed look.]

MCKAY
Really?

[Teyla nods. McKay shifts in his bed to a better position]

SHEPPARD
Don't drop him.
MCKAY

(sarcastic)

Thank you.

[Teyla places the baby in McKay's arms. McKay smiles down at it.]

MCKAY
Hey there, little guy. I think he likes me.
TEYLA
It suits you.
MCKAY
You think so?
TEYLA
I think you'll make an excellent father someday.

[McKay looks panicked and shoots Sheppard a look.]

MCKAY
Um…

[Sheppard rolls his eyes and leaves.]

SHEPPARD

(as he leaves)

I've seen a lot of scary things in my time, but, uh, that thought scares me the most.
MCKAY

(nervous)

Did you want to um,…?
TEYLA
I think so.
MCKAY
There you go, watch out now, they wiggle…right.

[Teyla takes Torren back.]

FADE OUT

END CREDITS

Transcribed for Solutions by Aurora Novarum, September 2008.

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