Titles - S
Summary: Atlantis is missing only one thing... (AU 'verse: Where the Ocean Meets the Sky)
Summary: John was never supposed to be in the military, it just sort of happened. Rodney was never supposed to see through the shield John had worn his whole life, it just sort of happened. A story of John's life and why Rodney unintentionally became the best friend he's ever had.
Summary: So here they were, heroically putting their lives at risk to satifsy a carb craving.
Summary: "I can make everything better..." AU tag for 'The Return, part 1'
Summary: Rodney/Daniel. In Antarctica, Daniel lends his fleece to this guy who looks cold.
Summary: Did you know that the name "Meredith" literally translates as "Sea Lord"? Rather fitting. A poem on Rodney McKay, focusing on the character traits he would deny possession of.
Summary: John deserves this after being kicked out, sent away, and cast adrift on a planet that didn't make any sense and had no real use for him. John/Rodney/Ronon threesome. Spoilers for The Return Part 2
Summary: Sheppard gets a little focused on something.
Summary: Okay, so the first time it happened, McKay might have been a little cruel, but really, the guy deserved it.
Summary: John hurts Rodney during a game of Scrabble. Rodney accepts his apology. Readily. Slash.
Summary: McKay and Sheppard, once again waiting for help. This is an experiment in dialogue that came to me at work. The banter between these two, well, the banter in my head if not enough in the actual episodes, just screamed at me to give this a try. Thanks to whoever I overheard at work who said, "You scratch my back..." You know the rest.
Summary: Rodney's rescue was down to Sheppard and Zelenka and Rodney wasn't sure that they really should have been that bothered. [Grace Under Pressure tag from Rodney's POV]
Summary: This is sort of a coda to Common Ground, the bit of the episode they neglected to air - when John and Rodney are dealing with the fallout. CONTAINS SPOILERS FOR 'COMMON GROUND'!!
Summary: Sheppard, who's wearing tight black jeans, whose dogtags glitter exotically against an even tighter black t-shirt and who, quite possibly, has a smudge of kohl around each glowing green eye. He looks stunning. More than stunning. He looks like sex
Summary: Dr. Sheppard has no interest in working for the government. He's perfectly happy where he is, thank you very much. Written for the mensa_au 'Getting to Know You' Challenge. (mensa_au is a comm for the alternate universe depicted in "McKay and Mrs. Miller".)
Summary: "You!" The word was bellowed, and John turned, blinking, as Zelenka stormed towards him. (Missing scene from "The Pegasus Project.")