Titles - H
Summary: What if the way to the Sagittarius sector took a detour through a rip in space and time and the Pern expedition landed in the Pegasus galaxy 2500 years ago? SGA/Dragonriders of Pern crossover.
Summary: McKay's shrill insistence that he was not a clone for goodness sakes, and he was not going to high school again, no matter what they'd managed to talk O'Neill's clone into doing—fell on deaf ears.
Summary: Addictions, religious zealots, Dream Machines and Wraith! Ronon hasn't found a home in Atlantis, yet. And perhaps he never will. A Ronon-centric story—and a heavy McKay B-plot--with lots of team goodness and whump to go around.
Summary: He wants her to want it, too. Just like this. All the time, every day. Just as he does.
Summary: Rodney is determined to get back. (contains the opportunity to become as... anything as you want.)
Summary: Just one easy mission in the morning, then back in time for the holiday dinner, he thought.
Summary: They were good reasons. Excellent reasons even, according to John.
That's what mattered. (kinda like an epilogue of sorts to the series: Paper Flowers)4/3
Summary: The shyer he became, the more people wanted to touch him.
Second Story in the Home Shopping Verse. You'll have to read But Wait, There's More first to understand this.
Summary: Dr. McKay was a Bad Person. He deserved to be punished.
Summary: B:tVS, Atlantis. Rodney was seldom impressed with other people's work at the best of times, and today's roster of prospective additions to the science team seemed to have been specially chosen to send his blood pressure through the roof.
Summary: "Because you're going to another galaxy next week," Jeannie said. "You're the very definition of 'no strings attached'."