Sheppard and his team visit a planet where there supposedly lives a great hero, someone who has great powers. They arrive to find that the great hero is none other than their old friend, Lucius Lavin. they immediately suspect that he's seduced the locals by using his drug but that proves not to be the case. He does have a body shield however that seems to make him impenetrable. As his popularity begins to wane, a group of bandits attacks the village. He repels them and is once again the hero. The bandits turn out to be outcast Genii warriors, part of the late Cowan's personal bodyguards who were actually being paid by Lucius to stage a phony attack. When Lucius stiffs them on the agreed payment, they return for real this time with commander Kolya in charge....and he would like nothing better to get his revenge on Sheppard. Written by
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This episode was filmed in Fantasy Gardens BC as was Stargate SG1 "Revisions" See more
Colonel Sheppard, when attempting to save Lucius Lavin, has a P90 equipped with a suppressor. Later on, he is shown with the regular SBR version of the P90. Whereas suppressors are removable, it is unlikely that he'd remove it while trying to stay hidden. See more
Dr. Carson Beckett
Nobody gets hurt. That's my vote, and my heartfelt recommendation.
Lt. Colonel John Sheppard
You want to hide.
Dr. Rodney McKay
Well, we could call it strategic concealment.
References The Princess Bride
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