The team returns to Atlantis in an attempt to regain control of the city.

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Apparently able to reprogram their base code, the Replicators have attacked and defeated the Ancients who had only recently taken over control of the city. General O'Neil and Richard Woolsey had stayed behind to negotiate with the Ancients and are hiding out in a remote part of the city. It doesn't really matter however since O'Neil's standing orders are that Atlantis is to be destroyed with a nuclear device should it ever be taken over by hostile forces. Sheppard, Weir, McKay and Beckett collect Teyla and Ronon Dex en route and devise a plan to surreptitiously enter the city and rescue their colleagues. If they are to be successful McKay will also have to find a way to destroy the Replicators before they reprogram themselves and make their weapons useless. Written by garykmcd

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Trivia

A Replicator makes reference to the Gateship Shepard flew threw the stargate, a name McKay and Ford had proposed and Shepard declined in favor of calling them Puddle Jumpers. See more »

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When General O'Neill has to release the dead mans switch to drain the water from the Jumper bay, the third time he swims down, as he approaches the console he pushes on the switch, the camera closes in tight and he has yet to reach the console. While he may have let go and swam around, the switch was a slow release, so it should have still been pushed forward. See more »

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Major General Jack O'Neill: [to Sheppard, after being told who has come to rescue him] Dr. Beckett, is it? Well I'm comforted.
Dr. Carson Beckett: [whispering] What's that supposed to mean?
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Edited from Stargate: Atlantis: The Return: Part 1 (2006) See more »

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Best episode EVER!
16 December 2007 | by (Earth, Solar system) – See all my reviews

This episode, together with part 1, of course, must count as the best episode ever! It's a roller-coaster ride of good writing. I was surprised a couple of times with the way the story was going. At the end, you think: Whoa! What just happened!!? To have managed this in 80 minutes, it's simply outstanding! I am looking forward to more from these writers, keep em coming! Also the acting is good.

Especially McKays ruse was brilliant, they've used his annoying personality against us, the suspicious viewers. You're thinking like, "How can he be this stupid!!!?" That was really bad for the old ticker!

Great flying sequence with the Puddle Jumper between the city, we should see more of those.

The Melancholic Alcoholic.


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