Stargate: Atlantis (2004–2009)
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A team of scientists think they have found the location of the long lost city of Atlantis. It can be reached by a stargate that leads to another galaxy.

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
... Major John Sheppard
... Dr. Elizabeth Weir
... Teyla Emmagan
... Lt. Aiden Ford (as Rainbow Sun Francks)
... Dr. Rodney McKay
... Brigadier General Jack O'Neill
... Dr. Daniel Jackson
... Simon Wallis
... Dr. Carson Beckett
... Wraith Queen
... Dr. Peter Grodin
... Halling
... Colonel Marshall Sumner
Dean Marshall ... Sgt. Bates
Boyan Vukelic ... Sgt. Stackhouse
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Storyline

Dr. Elizabeth Weir leads an expedition to find the Ancient's lost city of Atlantis, a journey that brings her and a carefully selected crew of Earth's best and brightest to the Pegasus galaxy, where they embark on the adventure of a lifetime, and awaken among the stars an enemy none of them could have predicted, endangering themselves and the native people of Pegasus alike. Written by Fia Reynne

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Originally aired as a feature-length 90 minute episode, but usually split into two different episodes in syndication. These split episodes have different individual on-screen credits, omitting cast credits for the characters not present in each part. The credits and credit order on IMDb reflects the original complete/combined credits in the feature length episode. See more »

Goofs

As Wraith darts appear through the Stargate, Lieutenant Ford states "bandits incoming", this states a known threat, he should have said "Bogeys incoming" as the Wraith were not known as a threat at this point in the episode. See more »

Quotes

Daniel Jackson, Ph.D.: [Quickly walks in while McKay and Weir are talking] Ahh, just the people I need to see!
[quickly walks out. McKay and Weir look at each other]
Daniel Jackson, Ph.D.: [slowly walks back in] Come with me.
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References Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) See more »

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Written by Joel Goldsmith
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Oustanding spin off show of SG-1
24 September 2005 | by See all my reviews

I've always liked Stargate, it has all the mysterious question about religion, space, technology and the nature of our existence and much more.

It also has a great storyline, it's based on the series Star Gate SG-1. In their search of the lost city of 'Atlantis', the answer to all those questions.. As they found it, it was hidden under the water and SGC sent a team of people over there, to explore Atlantis and make possible contact with the Ancients, the builders of the Star Gate and Atlantis.

But they were gone. the team of scientists start exploring the city and galaxy to finally find the enemy that defeated the ancients, they were called the Wraith. Now the team were stuck at Atlantis without power and an enemy more evil than the Goa'uld at their door step...


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