Michael Kenmore, a new lieutenant, awakes in the infirmary and doesn't remember a thing. Only the words Wraith and Atlantis have some meaning to him. He is told he was part of Sheppard's team and was captured by the Wraith, who did something to him. There is something weird about Kenmore however. The crew seems overly concerned about his well-being and he is monitored at all times. It seems like he's the most important thing Atlantis has to deal with at the moment. The crew's talks to him don't look spontaneous and Ronon seems to absolute despise him. At night Kenmore has terrible dreams about the Wraith and from the reactions of the crew soon gets the feeling there's something different about him. He tries to find out what it is. Written by
Arnoud Tiele (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Did You Know?
When Michael first enters his room and picks up the picture of his parents, the laptop in the table has it's screen down. In the next shot, Sheppard is looking at Michael through the security camera and the same laptop has its screen up. See more
Dr. Rodney McKay
Hey, what happened to the, uhm, to the blue jello? My favourite - all of a sudden it's off the menu. What gives?