In an alternate universe, Detective John Sheppard is with the Las Vegas Police Department and begins to investigate a strange series of murders. This Sheppard is a bit down on his luck, over-promoted and barely getting by. What Sheppard is dealing with is a Wraith who has made it to Earth and is building a device to send out a signal of some sort. Of course, he has no idea what a Wraith is but a senior member of the Atlantis expedition, Rodney McKay, decides to take Sheppard into their confidence and tell him about the Pegasus galaxy and their fear that the Wraith is trying to send out a signal with Earth's location. While they succeed, they may have opened a rift with other parallel universes. This Dr. McKay, who is cool and smooth, actually visited Atlantis in another dimension once and wonders what may now happen there.
Did You Know?
Detective John Sheppard has the same poster of Johnny Cash
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Dr. Radek Zelenka
[Discussing a fugitive Wraith
He could have abandoned whatever resources he had and just gone into hiding.
Dr. Rodney McKay
Oh yes, he probably got a job as a Klingon at Star Trek: The Experience.
That shut down.
Dr. Radek Zelenka
Really? Damn, I wanted to see that.
Sympathy For The Devil
Written by Mick Jagger
(uncredited) and Keith Richards
Performed by The Rolling Stones
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