When an undetected satellite crash lands into the city, it's confirmed that it's Replicator technology. Sheppard's immediate concern is that he and the others may have been infected with nano technology. Dr. Keller's scans and blood tests however show no infection. It's all an imaginary from Elizabeth Weir's memories world created by a renegade group of Replicators. When the fake Atlantis is destroyed, the lookalikes contact their real counterpoints to give them information they can use against the Replicators. Written by
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The episode title is from Hamlet's famous soliloquy in Act 3, Scene 1: "For in that sleep of death what dreams may come / When we have shuffled off this mortal coil, / Must give us pause". The title of the following episode, "Be all my sins remember'd", is also from the same scene. See more
When Ronon turns to leave the scene on the planet he brushes past an evergreen tree that rotates around its trunk showing that it is not connected to any root system. See more
Lt. Colonel John Sheppard
Last time I came face to face with myself, I ended up kicking my own ass.
Composed by Joel Goldsmith See more