Atlantis is anxiously awaiting the arrival of the lone hive ship heading for the city. The Athosians have been relocated to the cloaked city and the Daedalus and the Orion are ready to assist if necessary. Weir hopes the ship is just checking and the cloak's still sufficient, but there seems to be no hiding. The Wraith transmit an audio signal. It's a message from Michael and he tells they mean no harm. In fact they are here to negotiate a treaty. Since the awakening of all Wraith there's a famine and civil war has broken out. Michael wants Atlantis to work with them in weaponizing the retrovirus, which they will use to attack other Wraith factions to use them as a food source. In return they will not tell anyone Atlantis still exists and enlighten them on every aspect of Wraith technology. Written by
Arnoud Tiele (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Did You Know?
was unable to reprise his role of Michael because of personal reasons, so Brent Stait
stepped in. However, Trinneer later re-dubbed the character in post-production. Stait previously appeared in season one of Stargate SG-1
(1997) as Major Feretti, a character carried over from the film Stargate
(1994). See more
(at around 30 mins) When the Daedalus jumps into hyperspace, just after the failed attempt to use the gas on the enemy ship, you can see the constellation of Orion and the Pleiades star cluster in the background. That is impossible, as they are not visible from the Pegasus galaxy. See more
I see you have awakened.
Dr. Rodney McKay
Really? I was sort of hoping this was just a nightmare.
Why aren't we dead?
The Queen wants you to live long enough to witness the fruits of your labour. If it wasn't for you, Doctor McKay, we would never have been able to get there.
Dr. Rodney McKay
What are you talking about? Get where?
Composed by Joel Goldsmith See more