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"Stargate: Atlantis" The Defiant One (TV Episode 2004) - Plot Summary Poster

(TV Series)

(2004)

Plot Summary

  • Dr. Brendan Gall, one of the scientists on Atlantis, discovers a Lagrangian point satellite and Sheppard, McKay, Gall and another scientist, Dr. Abrams are sent to investigate. It was used by the Ancients as a last line of defense before Atlantis during the war with the Wraith 10.000 years ago, but it seems to be out of commission. Not long after the team picks up a distress call from a planet nearby. It's coming from a Wraith ship that crashed during the war and the team takes a look. McKay is absolutely convinced no living thing could survive that long, but the team discovers signs of Wraith cannibalism and a storage compartment for humans. McKay begins to doubt his assumption.

    - Written by Arnoud Tiele (imdb@tiele.nl)
  • A team from Atlantis - including Sheppard, McKay and two others - investigate an abandoned space platform they believe may have been part of the Ancients' defense system. When they arrive however, they receive an Wraith SOS signal from the planet below. Although the last Wraith-Atlantis battle occurred 10,000 years ago, they find the wreckage of a Wraith ship on the planet and hey are soon attacked when it comes out of hibernation. It's left to Sheppard to engage the Wraith While McKay tends to one of their wounded. Back on Atlantis, Elizabeth Weir dispatches a rescue team but with 15 hours needed to reach them, the question is whether they can make it in time.

    - Written by garykmcd
  • Major John Sheppard, Rodney McKay and two scientists explore a planet where a Wraith spaceship, which fell there 10,000 years ago, during the Atlantis-Wraith War, is still sending a SOS signal.

    - Written by Anonymous

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