Stargate: Atlantis: Season 3, Episode 11

The Return: Part 2 (13 Apr. 2007)

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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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When the Replicators detected the Daedalus to raise the shield, this could only have happened after the ship came out of Hyperspace. After the shield has been raised, the Atlantis team contact the Daedalus which is shown to be still traveling in Hyperspace. It is established on the show that you can not detect or communicate with ships traveling in Hyperspace. See more »

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Major General Jack O'Neill: Please, don't be offended as I express my surprise that Landry would send you on a mission like this.
Dr. Elizabeth Weir: Well, sir, General Landry didn't sanction this mission.
Major General Jack O'Neill: So, am I to assume you are not surrounded by heavily armed SG teams and young strapping marines?
Dr. Elizabeth Weir: You've got Colonel Sheppard, Ronon, Teyla, McKay, myself and Dr Beckett.
Major General Jack O'Neill: Ooh! Dr Beckett, is it? Well, I'm comforted.
Dr. Carson Beckett: What's that supposed to mean?
Lt. Colonel John Sheppard: We've got a plan, sir. A good one.
Major General Jack O'Neill: Yes, Colonel, I'm sure you do. But in the unlikely event you ...
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Two plot holes I couldn't understand
19 March 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It's been a few years but I'm just getting around to watching Atlantis complete run. When it originally aired I was not enthused and stopped watching rather quickly, even though I love SG-1.

"The Return" was a great story and I would have given it a 10 instead of a 5 if it weren't for two plot holes I could not figure out.

The first one is when the jumper is attacked by drones, they dive into the water and the drones just skip away into the air. Later, they fire drones at the starship engines, which are UNDER WATER, and the drones work fine.

The second one is that they rig up the shield operation to emit an anti-replicator burst throughout the city, presumably using the frequency that the guns were using, which you would think is the only one they know at the moment. Then they show us the replicators adapting to the frequency. Immediately after, the shield activation emits the frequency and all the replicators die.

It's just frustrating, unless I'm missing something.


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