Summary: John surrenders. A little kissing and cliché for mcsmooch.
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 I give you Rodney's POV on DADT being repealed on Atlantis...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.
Summary: Set a little while after Search & Rescue. Rodney and Teyla conversation, where Rodney complains, Teyla gets annoyed and Rodney gets embarrassed.
Summary: John had thought that knowledge of his little almost-turning-into-bug incident had been isolated to Atlantis. Unfortunately, when word spreads that you've been seen running out of an Iratus nest unharmed and looking half-Wraith, the consequences aren't likely to be consolation offerings of skin cream. Oops. (Characters: Laura Cadman, Ronon Dex, Teyla Emmagan, Elizabeth Weir, Rodney McKay, John Sheppard)
Summary: Lorne/Parrish. Lorne is bored on a plant-watching mission. Parrish tells him a story that's about more than just local plant lore.