Summary: Sheppard visits McKay at the psychiatric institution. Short appearances of Woolsey and Zelenka, very (!) short appearance of Teyla. Dr Keller died before the events of the story occur.
Summary: There was an entire pantheon of things Rodney was willing to concede could exist, even though he'd never personally witnessed evidence thereof. Time travel, for starters. Space aliens. The perfect man. But he absolutely, positively could not accept that he'd been dreaming of a guy he'd never seen before in his life, who turned out to be real.
Summary: *One-Shot* In honor of Obama promising to repeal DADT... I give you Rodney's POV on DADT being repealed on Atlantis... and the surprise he's in for. "I knew that you and Lorne were here leading a troupe of flaming grunts."
Summary: McShep 1st time/kiss post Shrine. After having a talk with Keller, Rodney has a few words for John.
Summary: The addition of friendship and flirting categories had kept the e-card craze alive and well in Atlantis long after Valentine's Day had passed.
Summary: John finds a way of telling Kate how he feels. Sheppard/Heightmeyer established relationship
Summary: sleepy team, post-mission, John enjoys a little plausible deniability - until he can't anymore.
Summary: Rodney has a bad day, and never underestimate the therapeutic value of a simple kiss.
Summary: "Rodney began to imagine all the pretty things John could bump into and turn on. Ancient artefacts and other. "
Sequel to "A Letter to Dr. You."
Summary: Sheldon Cooper makes even Kavanagh look like a paragon of friendly good will. (Big Bang Theory crossover.)
Summary: After the quarantine on Atlantis, Rodney and Katie break up. However, Katie starts to take notice of another scientist.