The Atlantis crew are still looking for options for when the Wraith arrive. McKay and Zelenka think a control chair might be useful, but the thing hasn't even been working yet. Sergeant Bates has been investigating a uninhabited planet to use as a possible evacuation site. Meanwhile Teyla hasn't been sleeping much and seems agitated. She's being haunted by terrible nightmares of a Wraith feeding on her and Sheppard. She even imagines she's a Wraith herself. Sheppard arranges a meeting with a psychologist, Kate Heightmeyer, much to her dismay. Heightmeyer tries to dig deeper into Teyla's gift to sense the Wraith, making her decide to go the mainland. She asks an old Athosian woman, Charin, about it. Charin is prepared to tell a secret that Teyla's father wouldn't want her to hear. Written by
Arnoud Tiele (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Did You Know?
Major John Sheppard
You're saying Teyla's part-Wraith?
Dr. Carson Beckett
A very small part.
Dr. Elizabeth Weir
Which makes her about as different from us as you, because of the Ancient gene you possess.
Dr. Rodney McKay
Well, and some other things!
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