While on a regular mission, Ronan runs into some Satedan friends from his past. As old emotions start to return, new thoughts come with them, one of which involves leaving Atlantis. But could danger be lurking just around the corner?

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William Waring

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Brad Wright (created by), Robert C. Cooper (created by) | 2 more credits »
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Episode complete credited cast:
Joe Flanigan ... Lt. Colonel John Sheppard
Amanda Tapping ... Colonel Samantha Carter
Rachel Luttrell ... Teyla Emmagan
Jason Momoa ... Ronon Dex
David Hewlett ... Dr. Rodney McKay
Christopher Judge ... Teal'c
David Nykl ... Dr. Radek Zelenka
Scott Heindl ... Wraith
Aleks Paunovic ... Rakai
Kyra Zagorsky ... Ara
Mark Dacascos ... Tyre
Arran Landry Arran Landry ... Townsperson
Rob Avery Rob Avery ... Lt. Miller
Byron Lucas Byron Lucas ... Replicator
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Rodney McKay thinks he knows who will be the next leader of the Atlantis expedition - himself. He's heard that they will likely appoint someone with a scientific background and who better than himself than himself to fill the job. He is therefore taken aback when Col. Samatha Carter is named to the post. Ronon Dex meanwhile is happy to find three of his old Satedan friends alive and well. They would like nothing better than to have him join their fight against the Wraith, against whom they seem to have had some success. He would like to bring them to Atlantis but Col. Carter refuses, which he takes as a personal affront. Ronon decides he's going to leave Atlantis but when Sheppard's team goes on a joint mission with the Satedans against the Wraith, Ronon realizes something is very wrong. Written by garykmcd

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12 October 2007 (USA) See more »

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The dialog between Samantha Carter and Tealc before she leaves the SGC to take command of Atlantis, is an emotional exchange that mirrors the real-life ending of the show Stargate SG-1 (1997) and Carter continuing on "Stargate Atlantis", breaking up SG-1. See more »

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The position of the teeth on Ronan's necklace changes several times between shots when he and Teyla are stick-fighting. See more »

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Ronon Dex: [after Sheppard sits down at his table and begins to eat] Teyla's already spoken to you, hasn't she.
Lt. Colonel John Sheppard: Yeah, well, we had a little chat.
Ronon Dex: Hm. So let's hear it.
Lt. Colonel John Sheppard: Hear what?
Ronon Dex: Whatever you've got to say.
Lt. Colonel John Sheppard: Not gonna say anything.
Ronon Dex: Really.
Lt. Colonel John Sheppard: I don't have to because you already know what I'm gonna tell ya. You're a valuable member of my team and that it would be difficult to find somebody to take your place.
Ronon Dex: Mm hm.
Lt. Colonel John Sheppard: And that you may think you're going back to find something you've lost, but there's nothing to ...
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A return to business as usual for the Atlantis gang
23 October 2007 | by DVD_ConnoisseurSee all my reviews

With Samantha Carter now filling the shoes of Elizabeth Weir, there's a return to business for the Atlantis regulars.

This is a satisfying episode with the return of the always-threatening, life-sucking Wraith posing a problem once more.

"Reunion" is a chance for Jason Momoa to demonstrate his acting talents and he delivers a great performance here. Dex is an interesting character and Momoa really makes the most of the script. The early scene with Carter and Dex is an interesting indication of how the series may progress. New characters interacting means new dynamics and Carter's presence will result in changes to the way people operate.

While not really taking the series anywhere new, "Reunion" is a solid episode.

8 out of 10.


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