Summary: A comrade recovered, but how much of him remains? Weir mentioned the existence of advanced civilisations but did not elaborate on their intentions - The Pi Covenent could be their doom, or their salvation.
Summary: Major Evan Lorne has been repaired, the Wraith are on the run and the future should look good. But the Ancient seer known as David Parrish left Lorne with more than just pleasant memories. A sequal to Atlantis Manifest.
Summary: What if the Brits were in charge of the Stargate program? Would Atlantis be the same and how exactly would the off-world missions be conducted? Is it a prerequisite for a Scot to be their number one agent? Did someone say 007?
Summary: The PG rating has been well and truly torn away from this episode – how will all our favourite characters act with no censorship? Warnings for bad and really foul language. What else can I say – I wrote this for kicks.
Summary: Thanks to Chuck the team are acting oddly, Sheppard has delusions of grandeur, Teyla is inciting orgies, Ronon is singing ballads and McKay is doing something decidedly unMcKay-like; oh yeah and Weir is just confused and feeling left out.
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