EP 203A - Runner

Season 2 Episode 3
Series: Stargate: Atlantis
Original Air Date: July 29, 2005
Written By Robert C. Cooper
Directed By: Martin Wood
Preceded by: The Intruder
Followed by: Duet


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During a recon mission, a scientist finds a dead Wraith and a missing sack of the Wraith enzymes which suggest that Ford was the one that killed them. However, when they send members to search for him Teyla and Sheppard are captured by a man on the run from the Wraith named Ronon Dex. Soon after, McKay is captured by Ford who wants to prove himself by freeing his captured team mates. However, in the meantime, Ronon Dex agrees to an operation to remove a homeing device from him, which will once again make him a free man.

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    • The puddle jumpers in the second season have a complete new design in the cockpit area - more lights, new controls etc

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Sheppard: It smells like I'm on vacation.
McKay: Mmm, could it be the simulated tropical aroma of cocoa butter?
Sheppard: Strong enough for anyone within five miles to smell you.
McKay: Like they haven't been tipped off by the Aqua Velva?
Lorne: Wow - you must really be some kind of genius!
McKay: Well, as a matter of fact, I, um ... wait a minute. See, why would you say that now?
Lorne: *Something* has to have kept Colonel Sheppard from shooting you all this time!
McKay: Yeah, yeah, like I didn't see that one coming, huh?!
Dex: But why should I trust you?
Sheppard: That's a good question. Teyla - why should he trust us?
McKay: What?! What do you mean, 'still'?! When did this escalate to killing?!
Ford: When you shot me.
McKay: It's a flesh wound! I knew it wasn't gonna hurt you - you're, you're SuperFord, remember?!
Ford: You tried to kill me!
McKay: Wait, hey! You-you can't kill an unarmed upside down man!
McKay: Ninety-five percent of deadly is still deadly
McKay: By my calculations we've been exposed to 327 millisieverts since the sun came up. It may not sound like much to you but, uh, I've been keeping a running tally of my lifetime exposure to radiation: X-rays, cellphones, plane rides, that whole unfortunate Genii nuclear reactor thing. My God - last week we flew dangerously close to the corona of a sun! As it is, I may have to forego reproducing.
Lorne: Yeah, that's funny - I was just thinkin' that might be wise
Last edited by Krunal on 20 January 2009 at 14:01
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