Aboard Destiny, Rush has strapped himself into the chair and entered a virtual reality world where he can spend time alone with Amanda Perry. They very much enjoy their time together but when it comes time to return, she tells him that Ginn is blocking his return. They undertake a number of maneuvers and he seems to return but he soon realizes that Amanda has created a program from which there is no escape. Ginn manages to appear before Eli and he realizes what he has to do to ensure Rush's safe return. On Earth meanwhile, Homeworld Command is trying to negotiate a deal with the Langarans which will allow them to use their power source for gate travel. Langaran Ambassador Ovirda refuses, leading to concerns that they may have already made a deal with the Lucian Alliance. With Dr. Rodney McKay and Richard Woolsey, they devise another plan.
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These are the only appearances of Dr. Rodney McKay and Richard Woolsey in SGU. They are also the last characters from previous Stargate productions to appear in the series. See more
When Ginn drops the Destiny out of FTL as a "distraction" to tell the crew what's happening with Rush in the simulation, this *should* have caused a momentary disconnection for anyone using the Long Distance Communication Stones. Given that these were being used against involuntary participants as part of a covert infiltration operation, this should have caused the failure of the Langara mission. See more
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