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Season 1 Episode 9
Series: Stargate: Atlantis
Original Air Date: September 10, 2004
Written By Joseph Mallozzi
Paul Mullie
Directed By: Holly Dale
Preceded by: Underground
Followed by: The Storm


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[edit] Plot

The team discover a planet with a strange fog which could be used to power a gate back to Earth. However, when they do, Earth does not seem right, and it appears to be different and eventually they realise that they are stuck on the planet.

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[edit] Inconsistency

    • When they left for Atlantis, Jack O'Neill was in charge of the base, however when they return in this episode, its Hammond, shouldn't they have wondered what he was doing here? More to that, Sheppard had never actaully met Hammond, so it SHOULD have been O'Neill that greets him.

[edit] Episode Trivia

    • Sheppard wears blue-white checked boxer shorts in his imagined reality. One can see it in the scene between Teyla and Sheppard when they are having bears in the "imaginary" house of Sheppards.

[edit] Quotes

Sheppard: What happened?
Hammond: I drew you together from your fractured realities…
Sheppard: No I’m talking about the beer I had
McKay: …Start to work on a solution but an hour ago it hit me…like Archimedes in the bath tub, Eureka… except I wasn’t in the bathtub. I was on the couch watching err…very strange outer limits episode…
Weir: …all I’m saying… is that you are the person who is best qualified…to brief General Hammond and the powers that be about the wraith threat.
Sheppard: Well…maybe so…but I think I’m needed here.
Weir: good.
Sheppard: But if you want to go I understand that too…
Wier: What are you saying that I’m not needed here…
Sheppard: I said I’d understand.
Wier: Well thank you…but I made a commitment
Sheppard: Of course in all fairness…life-sucking aliens weren’t part of the brochure.
Ford: I’ve never seen so much of nothing…
Sheppard: I’ve never walked so far to see it.
Answering Machine: You have No New Messages
McKay: Ha…it must have been a…power failing or something anyway…
McKay: I don’t mean to sound negative…because…that would be so not me…
Hammond: Major Sheppard seemed uniquely capable of manipulating his own fabricated reality
Sheppard: If I think about the scenarios I could've thought up, I'd kick myself... The dead people were a dead giveaway
Last edited by Krunal on 20 January 2009 at 14:53
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