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    3x04 "Recruitment"
    Synopsis: Homeworld Command begins preparations for Destiny’s arrival at Novus, contacting potential newcomers for the mission. On the ship, the crew is brought out of stasis and up to speed on recent events.
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    FADE IN:
    SCENE:
    We see Destiny flying through FTL, arching by overhead before continuing on its path to the edge of the universe.

    RUSH: Over a million years ago, the Ancients discovered a complex structure buried deep within the background radiation of the universe: the fingerprints of an intelligence that existed very near the beginning of time itself.

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    SCENE:
    RUSH stands in the Destiny gate room speaking to the assembled crew. His eyes shine with determination. The others look on with interest, listening to what he has to say despite their own reservations.

    RUSH: Destiny was launched in search of that intelligence.

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    SCENE:
    A group of DRONES attacks Destiny from all angles, pelting the shields and swarming around its point-defense guns.

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    SCENE:
    ELI, SCOTT, and WRAY stand in the wreckage of a TENARAN offworld colony. The DRONES have attacked and destroyed the area, and the NOVANS wonder what could have brought such a menace upon them.

    WALLACE: A mechanical army of drones, programmed to seek out and destroy all technology foreign to them.

    WRAY: They were built to win a war between two alien races in this galaxy, and when the war was over, the weapons were left behind.

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    SCENE:
    The away team stranded on the TENERAN colony tries to figure out how the DRONES could have found them. Suddenly, ELI has a realization.

    WALLACE: An active gate is a massive sub-space event. They must have found a way to detect it from long range.

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    SCENE:
    A massive group of DRONES heads toward Destiny while their command ship maneuvers between the Ancient vessel and the nearby star. The machines open fire the second they’re in range, pummeling Destiny with plasma fire. On the bridge, GREER fires the weapons system and glances at the display.

    GREER: It’s a blockade!

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    ELI and RUSH are in the control interface room showing a hologram to YOUNG and WRAY. The display shows hundreds of approaching stars and stargates... and the countless DRONE ships orbiting every single one.

    RUSH: As far as we can tell, they’re waiting at every gate between here and the edge of the galaxy.

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    SCENE:
    As battle erupts outside, JAMES mans one of the bridge’s weapons consoles and stares in terror at the display.

    JAMES: Sir, we’ve got another problem…

    VOLKER: It’s the aliens from the other galaxy.

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    SCENE:
    A group of FOLLOWERS stand in a control room on one of their ships. One of them looks up and directly at the camera.

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    SCENE:
    SCOTT, GREER, and other soldiers surround CHLOE in the control interface room. She’s just activated the communications array and sent a message, and she’s desperate to explain why she did it before GREER is forced to execute her.

    CHLOE: Look, the aliens who took me--they followed us to this galaxy. They’ve been looking for us ever since. Now they know where we are.

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    Walking down a corridor, RUSH and WRAY discuss CHLOE’s situation and their only real option; to turn her over to the aliens.

    WRAY: For all we know, they’re going to download every scrap of information she has about Destiny the second they get her onboard.

    RUSH: With Chloe back to normal, the odds of them ever tracking us again are virtually nil. Then it doesn’t matter what they discover about the ship.

    WRAY: Yeah, assuming they honor the deal.

    RUSH: Well, they’ve no point in keeping her. If she begins to change again, we’ll soon know, won’t we?

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    SCENE:
    RUSH sits on a bed in the infirmary where CHLOE is recovering from her ordeal. He flips through a notebook in which she’s scribbled precise FTL calculations, impressed.

    RUSH: Obviously they haven’t wiped your memory. You managed to retain some of the knowledge you gained. I should think that’s a good thing.

    ARMSTRONG: Because I can still be useful.

    RUSH: Everyone on this ship is useful. We all belong here.

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    SCENE:
    RUSH again stands in the Destiny gate room to speak to the crew. Tears of passion are in his eyes, and he looks out at his fellow shipmates hopefully.

    RUSH: I believe this journey is the reason I’m here, but I can’t hope to do it alone. I ask you to come with me.

    FADE OUT:

    ((Recap of selected scenes from "Seizure," "Gauntlet," and "Nod"))

    It’s a beautiful fall day on Earth, where man in his late forties is reading a book on the New York subway. He flips through a few pages absently, not really paying much attention, then gets up as his stop approaches. A little over average height, with fair skin, dark hair, and grey eyes, this is Dr. Gregory Klein, a famed linguist and psychologist who has only recently retired from professional life to teach at Columbia University. Klein steps off the train at Grand Central and makes for the exit, still shuffling through his book, when he nearly bumps into two men standing in his way. Hastily apologizing, he tucks the novel away and looks up to see two men in uniform there. One is an airman, standing at attention and glancing around at the crowd, but the other looks to be there on business. Stretching out his hand Col. David Telford asks Klein if he can spare an hour or two to talk. He has a job offer that he thinks is quite the opportunity.

    Across the known universe, Destiny is travelling through FTL toward a group of accessible stargates that look promising for new foodstuffs. In the gate room, the crew is being assembled as they come out of stasis (“Gauntlet”), many of them still disoriented and wondering how much time has passed. Many of them pause for a moment, confused, upon seeing Ginn and Dr. Amanda Perry standing at the top of the staircase, but they say nothing while they wait for the meeting to begin. When it looks like everyone has arrived, Col. Everett Young clears his throat and apologizes for not giving them time to fully wake up, but he thought it best if he explained everything ASAP. Outlining the events of the past month or so, he explains how Eli Wallace discovered the existence of naquadria on Novus (“Alone, Part 1”) and subsequently ended the immediate drone threat while refueling the ship and allowing them to continue on their journey (“Alone, Part 2”). He briefly touches on their run-in with a second “impossible planet” (“Nod”), eyeing Lt. Tamara Johansen but not disclosing her actions directly. Instead, he says that the encounter somehow resulted in Ginn and Dr. Perry’s rebirth, something they’re still trying to figure out.

    In any event, he thinks they should all be further aware that in light of their potential new connection to home, Homeworld Command has begun looking for recruits to join the Destiny mission. They need all the people they can get, but that said, Young won’t stop anyone who wishes to leave if they find they’re able to dial the Milky Way from Novus. The crew begins to murmur amongst themselves on the possibility of abandoning the mission, and Young says they have plenty of time to think it over before they reach their destination. Then he dismisses everyone so they can digest all that and turns to Camille Wray, asking if he hit all the right notes. She laughs and says he did fine, pointing out that no one’s going to complain about anything after hearing that they don’t have to miss three years of life after all. Standing nearby, a smirking Lt. Matthew Scott and Sgt. Ronald Greer both voice their agreement. After the hectic period trying to run and prep the ship with only a skeleton crew up and about, everyone’s happy to see the others brought out of stasis to get back to work.

    The speech finished, the group starts to break up to go their separate ways and attend their various duties. Trying to squeeze between Young and Greer, Eli calls out to Gin to ask if she can talk for a minute. But she’s already disappearing down the hall, leaving him standing there uselessly and unable to follow through the throng of exiting people. He’s been trying to find the time to speak with her ever since they returned from the “impossible planet,” but it seems more and more that she’s trying to avoid him. And it’s clearly getting to him, watching her go with a dejected expression. Leaning on the railing, Amanda Perry clears her throat and asks if he’s alright, offering to take some time to talk with him if he thinks it’d help. She’s very much taken aback when Eli glares at her and says that the only thing he feels like doing with her is sending her back to Earth where she can’t cause any more damage to people’s lives. Then he heads out down the hall without looking back, leaving Perry to stare after him in confusion.

    On the bridge, Dr. Nicholas Rush sarcastically welcomes Young and Scott back from the requisite weekly speech, suggesting they get back down to the task of replenishing their meager supplies. Attempting to be more tactful, Dr. Dale Volker agrees that they’re dangerously low on food and water going into the next week. And with so many more mouths to feed again, they don’t have the luxury of hunting around for a few days. Young waves off the dramatics and asks how close they are to the next group of stargates, to which Rush replies that they should be within dialing range in a few hours. In the meantime, he suggests that begin assembling a few offworld teams to maximize the time they have before Destiny jumps back into FTL after dropout. Volker jokingly asks why Rush hasn’t been able to disable the countdown yet, given all the time he’s had sneaking around in the core systems behind everyone’s back. He quickly finds his console deactivated remotely, taking back the quip and asking if he can have access back. Watching from the command chair, Young just rubs his temples and mutters that it’s going to be a long day.

    On Earth, Dr. Klein is sitting in the back of a minivan discussing his work history with Telford, who apparently has yet to explain his job offer. Outlining his previous interactions with Stargate Command, Gregory says that he was brought in as a consultant to decipher the Goa’uld, Ancient, and Wraith languages. Of course, he didn’t know the truth about what he was working on at the time, but he’d been studying obscure glyphs found in hidden ruins around the world for years. He had no idea that he’d been working with alien symbology the whole time, and the explanation he received just prior to the stargate’s public revelation a year ago was shocking, to say the least. Still, he’s found it immensely rewarding to learn that it was largely thanks to his work that Earth’s scientists and diplomats were able to understand and translate scores of alien texts, and he’s been happy to offer his services as a psychologist to the Program ever since.

    Nodding, Telford says that the International Stargate Command can’t express its appreciation for that commitment enough, and that’s partially why he’s being paid a visit. Then the minivan slows to a stop, prompting Klein to glance around and ask if they’ve arrived at their destination. His host says that while he’s been happy to finally meet, there are others who are getting visits today. Stepping out of the vehicle, he looks back at the New York skyline from where he stands at the arrival gate of John F. Kennedy International Airport.


    (Beginning of "Recruitment," see next three posts for more.)
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    (More of "Recruitment," see previous post for beginning and next two posts for conclusion.)

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    Stepping inside, he walks a ways down the concourse until he sees a woman seated at a table watching the news on a nearby television. Sporting orange-red hair that falls to her shoulders and inquisitive green eyes, she doesn’t take her eyes off the monitor while Telford orders a coffee at a nearby café before sitting down next to her. Sipping at her own drink, she tells David to work on his stealth approach next time; she had him pegged as military from the moment he walked in the door, long before he got close enough for a detailed inspection. She speaks with a noticeable Irish accent, presumably Republican rather than British.

    Chuckling and adopting a more relaxed pose, Telford asks Sara O’Connor how life’s treating her as an Interpol agent. She shrugs, still keeping her attention on the news and replies that things have been exciting of late with the Stargate Program going public. Her organization has gotten a significant bump in jurisdictional authority along with the United Nations, and they’re doing good work with tangible results in more places than ever. And, if her guess is correct, he’s is here to try and drag her away from all that and offer her some ridiculously exotic job out of Cheyenne Mountain. David frowns, only half-joking that she’s not supposed to have figured that part out yet. But to clarify, yes, he’s there with a job offer that he thinks she’d be a fool to turn down. There are a few things O’Connor would like in exchange though; she’s no idiot, she knows how high up a very short list she must be. With her skills and record, she’s an incredible asset that the Pentagon has been trying to lure to the ISGC for years. If they’re making this serious of a commitment this time around, it must really be something good, and she intends to take advantage of that.

    Finally taking her eyes off the news, she says that she wants her older brother Eion released from custody in the United Kingdom. He was arrested years ago during the Troubles for shooting a British soldier in self defense while working with the IRA, and he’s been sitting in a jail cell ever since. Sara doesn’t condone what he or their parents did as members of the group, but the punishment he’s received doesn’t at all fit his crime. Telford has the means to see he’s given a fair trial or eventually paroled, and that’s the price of her cooperation. Sighing, the Colonel admits he knew she’d want something on that level, but she’s right. She is at the top of a very short list, and he’ll see what he can do. In the meantime, seeing as he kindly flew her from Dublin to New York, he’d like her to come for a ride with him. Finishing her coffee and standing, Sara follows after him, muttering that she supposes Telford has some conditions of his own.

    Soaring out of FTL and back into normal space, Destiny has arrived within range of three stargates, one of which the crew visited previously when heading the opposite direction and found to be temperate and bountiful. On the bridge, Young decides to send three teams there since they already know it’s a winner. The other two, though, weren’t in range of the ship the last time around, but could potentially be just as plentiful. If the requisite kino scouting determines them to be viable, Rush recommends a single team apiece, with additional men standing by if they find anything of particular interest. Young doesn’t have any issues with the plan, so he radios Greer to start sending people out and to organize the stand-by teams. They have about ten hours on the clock, which should give them more than enough time to gather the supplies they need and be on their way.

    Several floors down, Wray and Chloe Armstrong are ushering the first three teams through the stargate for the resource-rich planet, handing people backpacks and water bottles as they pass. When the last of them are gone, they wait for the portal to deactivate before heading to a pile of supplies to begin assembling gear for the next group, already arriving for transit while the gate’s redialed. Making small talk while they work, Chloe asks if Camille heard any interesting news when she last used the communication stones to check in with Earth. Apparently not much has changed since everyone visited home before they were forced to enter stasis (“Gauntlet”). All she really heard of interest at the Pentagon was that the Red Sox won the World Series and that DSC-304 production is stepping up, so there should be a few new Daedalus-class ships rolling out soon enough. There’s some conflict raging back home with a new alien race, but that’s really nothing new. Wray’s confident that the galaxy will find a way to restore order in no time.

    When Chloe asks about what sort of new initiatives they’re looking into to bring the crew home if the Novus plan doesn’t work out, Wray has to force herself to keep quiet. Having agreed with Col. Young not to reveal that political deadlock is threatening funding for continued Destiny rescue efforts (“Nod”), she barely manages to bite her tongue before letting the details slip. Giving a noncommittal answer that seems to satisfy the question, Camille changes the topic to something safer. Seeing that they may soon have a stable corridor to send reinforcements and supplies from Earth to the ship, the ISGC and Homeworld Command have begun looking for recruits to join the crew. She can’t imagine there are too many people jumping at the opportunity, but she has faith that only the absolute best of the best are being offered the chance to be a part of a mission to unravel the Ancients’ last unsolved mystery. Then the next group of explorers steps up for their gear, and the two of them break off their talk to hand over knapsacks and other supplies.

    Up on the balcony, Greer watches the operation for a few more seconds before heading down the hallway toward the sleeping quarters. Pulling out his radio, he tells Young that he’s going to go check on Drs. Lisa Park and Adam Brody are doing with their attempts to recalibrate the shield emitters. After the immense strain put on them when Destiny dove into a blue supergiant to recharge (“Blockade”), they haven’t quite been cycling properly. Brody was worried that they were operating under peak efficiency as a result, and it looks like he was correct. The two of them have been working largely incommunicado all morning, and he wants to make sure they’re not getting bound up in their work and skipping meals or rest. On the other end of the conversation, Volker shifts uncomfortably while Young, knowing full well that Greer’s likely more concerned about Park and her blindness than anything else, tells him to go ahead and report back.

    After driving along the highway out of New York for a few hours, Telford has moved to the front of his minivan, leaving O’Connor and Dr. Klein alone in the walled-off passenger section. The former is staring absently out the window when her companion asks how she knows David, given that he’s American military and she’s, from what he understands, European intelligence. Sara explains that, four years ago, the two of them were investigating the death of a prominent Asian business tycoon. Though she didn’t know, Telford was on the cusp of promotion out of the ISGC and into Homeworld Command, and their meeting was part of his final field assignment there. Interpol was looking into potential corporate espionage claims, but it was David who had the real lead; the tycoon’s company had been dealing with the Lucian Alliance, and when they backed out of the deal following an attack on an Earth outpost, the Alliance wanted to send them a message. Long story short, Sara’s snooping eventually found her at the wrong end of a staff weapon, and it was thanks to Telford’s timely intervention that saved her life. It was a meeting that benefited both of them quite well; the ISGC got a stargate-aware liason at Interpol, and Interpol got an opportunity to work more closely with the Pentagon on crimes potentially involving alien entities. She’s headed up several investigations into alien infiltration of the planet since, her latest case involving a Goa’uld in New Zealand.

    Klein’s clearly impressed, reevaluating Sara as not just another headstrong hotshot in her early thirties but a serious and resourceful operative deserving of Telford’s attention. Curious, she asks in turn how he’s been involved with the Program, and he briefly repeats his work on deciphering alien languages for Stargate Command. Thinking back on the day the whole thing went public (SG-1: “Coming Clean”), he reflects that it didn’t really change the world the way he thought it would. He’d been told a few days in advance, as thanks for his years of dedicated assistance, and of course he was stunned, but ultimately things remained shockingly the same. Nodding, O’Connor adds that she thought it would be like the European discovery of the New World. But instead of revolutionizing the world, people just seemed to adapt to the new reality and move on with their lives. Sure, world economies teetered on a knife’s edge with uncertainty for a while, and the revelation’s believed to have spurred recent uprisings in the Middle East, but on the whole, that was it. Not that either of them wanted a cataclysmic global war like what had been feared and sometimes observed offworld, but it’s still quite unexpected.

    Suddenly the minivan comes to a stop, and the two of them look around to see that they’ve arrived in Washington, D.C. As Telford gets out and opens the door for them, they see that they’re at the Pentagon, specifically, pulled up right at the main entrance. Whistling appreciatively, Sara asks if they really want to let a foreigner into the heart of the American military machine, earning a roll of the eyes from their host. David assures her that unless they’ve been harboring secret desires to blow up the country all this time, he doesn’t think they’ll be an issue. Then he turns around and suggests that Klein not mention that he’s voted socialist as often as not all the same; the Cold War may be over, but old habits die hard. Laughing, he goes after Telford with O’Connor in tow.

    On Destiny’s bridge, Young is in the middle of attempting to outwit Rush through an impromptu trivia match. To his credit, Nicholas looks almost bored as he answers each question almost immediately before trying to return to calibrations. And in turn, Young sits back, thinks for a few seconds, and tries again to the same effect. Standing in the doorway and watching, Volker and Eli snicker at the latest round of questioning before the latter excuses himself to take a break. Dale catches his arm as he turns to go, asking if he’s alright, but Eli insists he just needs to take a break. Stuffing his hands in his pockets, he follows the snaking path out off the command deck and down to the crew quarters, wandering aimlessly for a while. He stops at the commissary to eat lunch, fiddling with his food to kill time, before finally deciding to go to Ginn’s room and try to talk to her. After two weeks of thinking he was on the verge of death, he’s decided that there’s no point in not making the most of things. A woman he cares quite a bit about was just brought back to life, he figures his mother would slap him if he didn’t make a 110% effort to find out what’s troubling her.
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    (More of "Recruitment," see previous two posts for beginning and next post for conclusion.)

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    Then he hears footsteps behind him, and he brightens, turning in anticipation of seeing that Ginn was just out for a walk. But instead he finds Amanda Perry there, who kindly informs him that she came this way to leave a message from Varro. She volunteered to go offworld with one of the survey teams, having missed the smell of fresh air and the feel of earth under her feet. Perry’s clearly trying to make up for whatever caused Eli’s earlier hostility to her, mentioning that Ginn should be back in a few hours if he wants to come back then. But again, he seems outright furious with her, telling her she can mind her own business and micromanage someone else’s life before storming off down the hall. Perry starts after him and calls out for him to stop, but Eli pays her no mind as he rounds a corner and disappears out of view.

    A few hours later, on Earth, O’Connor and Klein are sitting in a conference room when the door opens to reveal Telford and someone he’d like them to meet. David introduces the new arrival as Dr. Evan Soares, a Brazilian-American xenobiologist who’s been with the Stargate Program since its inception. His work focuses primarily on understanding and documenting the anatomy of various alien species Earth has encountered, but he’s something of an amateur anthropologist as a result of so many collaborations with offworld contemporaries. As one of the few senior scientists attached to an SG team for a prolonged period of time, three years in Soares’s case, he has a more field-based approach than many others. Whenever possible, he prefers to study in a specimen’s natural habitat, rather than remain safe in the confines of a lab. That exploratory attitude is part of the reason why Telford and others believe he would be ideal for the same mission he’s contacted both Klein and O’Connor about. He told them both earlier that he had a job offer to make them, and now that they’re all together, he can give them the details.

    Telford begins by explaining that, shortly after the Atlantis Expedition began operating in the Pegasus Galaxy, a unique stargate address was found in the city’s database. Unlike any other Earth had encountered, it was based around nine symbols, taking advantage of the gate’s ninth and final chevron. The database offered no other clues as to what the address was for, and thus a search began to understand its purpose. Outlining the resources Homeworld Command sunk into constructing Icarus Base on P4X-351, David says that they finally managed to figure out a way to dial the coordinates, and it led them to a derelict Ancient starship on the far side of the universe called Destiny. But in the attack on Icarus that sparked an evacuation of base personnel to the ship, the 351 was destroyed. Without its naquadria core, Earth simply doesn’t have anywhere near the power required to dial-in again, nor does the no-stranded crew. Thanks to a recent discovery by crewmember Eli Wallace, however, they might be on the verge of finding another planet with similar properties, allowing transit to and from the Milky Way. If they find that it’s possible, Telford believes that the three people before him would be invaluable to the mission. In short, he’s offering them a chance to join Destiny’s crew.

    Back on the namesake ship itself, Park and Brody are still in the control interface room trying to recalibrate the shield generators to peak efficiency. Amazingly, despite her debilitating blindness, it would appear that Lisa’s the one making the most progress. While she was still in stasis, Volker created a program to allow her to interact with the computer verbally, speaking out calculations to complete and asking for audible results of simulations. It looks as if it works remarkably well, as time and again she bests Brody in producing the next potential solution. Sighing, Adam steps away from his console and says that he’s going to go grab some food from the mess hall. He passes an approaching Greer on the way out, telling him to convince her to get some rest soon. Ron nods, thanking him for the heads up, and slides onto one of the benches behind Lisa, asking her when she’s going to stop working and go to bed.

    Telling the computer to run through different shield cycling patterns for her, she grins at him and says she’s go sleep when the work’s finished. The drones might not be hunting them anymore, but that doesn’t mean that they can sit back and relax their defenses. Chuckling, Greer points out that someone else can do that, she doesn’t need to be the one manning the terminals 24 hours a day until it’s finished. If it’s about trying to prove that she’s still useful, she doesn’t need to exhaust herself just to show Young and Rush that she’s a part of the crew and can contribute despite her handicap. At that, Park frowns at him and asks if that’s really what he thinks this is about. Young isn’t the type of man to toss someone aside because they’ve been injured, and Rush doesn’t much care about how well you can see as long as you can still think. No, it’s not about that at all. She may have been worried about that after the accident, but she’s been thinking it over ever since and has decided that she doesn’t care. Smiling, Greer gets up and puts a hand on her shoulder, telling her that was exactly what he wanted to hear.

    In the gate room, the stargate has been dialed to check in with the team on the second planet. Bringing up the local kino feed and toggling the radio, Camille asks T.J. how things are going with the collection. On the planet, Tamara waves at approaching marines to drop full buckets tubers at the foot of the ramp, adding her own box of various herbs and medicinals to the pile. So far things are going well; this area isn’t nearly as lush as the one they visited before, but there are a good number of edibles. And unlike the other world, there’s plenty of fresh water nearby here, and she expects they’ll be able to fill their storage tanks to capacity for the first time in a couple months. The supply pile’s getting pretty large and they could use the containers to collect even more, so she requests permission to dial back in and begin unloading some of what they’ve got. Wray tells her to wait about twenty minutes so she can check in with the other teams and assemble a group to help with process it all. When T.J. responds in the affirmative, she cuts the connection and lets the wormhole disengage.

    Watching the gate shut down on their end, Tamara grabs another empty pail and starts toward the clearing where she found some useful aloe-filled plants. She’s about halfway there when she hears gunfire in the direction of the stargate, and she drops the bucket to draw her pistol, turning and sprinting back the way she came.

    Still sitting in the Pentagon conference room, Klein, O’Connor, and Soares are taking a period of Telford’s absence to get to know one another better. Responding to a question Sara asked about xenobiology, he goes into great detail on some of his more recent work on reverse-engineering viral strains. Getting a chance to look him over, he’s probably in his mid-thirties, with short brown hair and kind, dark eyes. A thin scar from just below his right-hand jawline under his shirt, a souvenir of an offworld sampling mission gone wrong. Evan’s fairly well-build for a scientist, no doubt a product of his time as an SG team member, and he seems very much at ease with the heavy military presence of a place like the Pentagon. Again, most likely a side-effect of working at a place like the ISGC and on an offworld exploration unit. As if thinking the same thing, Klein leans back in his chair and asks the others how well they think they could adapt to life on Destiny if they were to accept Telford’s job offer. He’s taken a brief look through the summary packet they each received, and it sounds more and more like a military dictatorship than anything else.

    Shrugging, Soares says he’s spent years working under the supervision of the military, so he’s not too concerned about doing it again. And from what he’s read of Everett Young, he’s a fair and well-meaning superior to have. Though even he would admit that the situation’s ripe for eventual power abuse, what with no ability for Earth to effectively enforce its orders and policy decisions. O’Connor eyes him curiously at that before adding that Telford’s never taken his eyes off the best interests of the planet and everyone on it. She trusts him to make the right call, and if he believes they’d increase the crew’s chances of success, she won’t argue. From what she’s read, this was what the Ancients considered their crowning achievement, an endeavor even greater than the stargate network. In her mind, that means there has to be a suitably groundbreaking purpose behind the ship’s mission. That seems to be the opinion of everyone onboard, even those who believed their only priority should be returning home at the outset. They’ve had a year and a half now to see if it’s a cause worth fighting for, and they seem to think it is. Now they just need to decide if the it’s a cause they, too, can put themselves behind out on the far edge of the universe.

    Nearly an hour later, Young’s made his way down to the gate room to see how things are going with the supply processing. The stargate’s connected to the lush planet they’ve visited before, and people are streaming through the event horizon carrying containers of food and other resources through to unload. Wray and Chloe are down in the middle of it with a dozen soldiers, emptying pails and buckets into storage tubs and trying to better organize the area. Coming down the stairs, Everett reminds everyone that they only have a few more hours before they need everyone back to jump into FTL. A second supply run is a great idea and they should take advantage of it, but he doesn’t want anyone being left behind and having to wait six or more hours while Destiny turns and makes its way back within range of their position. Seconding that, Camille checks her watch and tells the team leaders to break off the scavenging when they have thirty minutes left, then assemble at the gate on their end to get through as quickly as possible. Then she turns to the airman manning the control console and tells him to have the other side break the connection so they can redial and send the teams back on their way. As ordered, the stargate shuts down and begins to spin again almost immediately.

    It only takes a few seconds, though, for everyone to realize that they’re not dialing out and that someone’s dialing in. Young looks to Wray and asks when the next team was due to begin offloading, but she never manages to answer. The second the wormhole forms, T.J.’s voice comes over the radio shouting to clear everyone from the gate room and have a defense team standing by for their arrival. Everett doesn’t take any time thinking it over, ordering the civilians to evacuate the room and directing the soldiers to pull crates out of the way and take up defensive positions. Chloe and Camille fall back next to him, watching as one by one, Tamara’s comes running through the stargate dragging or tossing their containers with them. It isn’t readily apparent what has them so panicked, but it only takes a moment for them to see the cause. Scorpion-like creatures the size of a small dog begin leaping through the puddle after the men, who open fire at first sight to keep them at bay. Young grabs his radio and asks where T.J. is and what’s happening, and the lieutenant replies that she’s helping an injured scientist get past the creatures and through the gate. They should only be a few more seconds, and their delay gives the defense team just enough time to finish off the scorpions that made it through.
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    (Conclusion of "Recruitment," see previous three posts for beginning.)

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    And then they come tumbling through the event horizon, both with several lacerations and minor puncture wounds but nothing very serious. Chloe immediately starts forward to help them to their feet, helping Tamara lift the injured scientist and move him away from the gate... but one final scorpion manages to slip through before the wormhole disengages. T.J. sees it rearing to strike, but she can’t shout a warning fast enough before its tail slices across Chloe’s shoulder, leaving a thin red line and throwing her forward. Without anyone blocking their line of fire, though, the soldiers quickly put an end to the creature and the threat. Checking to make sure everyone’s alright, Tamara explains that everything was going fine until one of the airmen tried to harvest some eggs from a nest he found. They hadn’t seen the scorpions before since they seem to live in underground tunnels, but intruding on their nesting grounds led to a crazed swarm emerging from all over the area. Forming up around the stargate and trying to keep them at bay, they tried dialing back in ever since, but Destiny was tied up with the offloading until just now. They’re lucky they got a window when they did, since they wouldn’t have lasted much longer without anymore bullets.

    Young’s just glad that everyone got out alright, and commends T.J. on smart thinking that probably saved her people from being torn apart. Wrapping Chloe’s wound in gauze and telling her to stop by the infirmary later if it keeps bleeding, she thanks him for the praise but says they really did get lucky. If they’d had to wait another few minutes, it’s unlikely they ever would have returned at all. The colonel nods solemnly and recommends they check in with the third planet to make sure they haven’t had any nasty surprises before sending the other teams back to the first. That doesn’t get any argument from anyone, and Wray gets everyone back to work clearing the gate room of supplies--and now scorpion corpses--so they have room to work with for the next team’s unloading. Excusing himself to head back to the bridge, Young gives her a trusting nod and leaves her to her duties.

    Deep in the Pentagon, meanwhile, Telford is leading his three new recruits down the hall to another conference room. He says that they still have a week or so to fully make up their minds whether or not they’re willing to join Destiny’s mission, but for reasons of resource allocation and logistics, Homeworld Command needs to know soon. As he told them earlier, they’re at the top of a very short list of personnel who are being offered the chance to join the ship’s crew, but obviously there are others. The best of the best from within the Stargate Program and around the world are being contacted and assembled to reinforce Young’s band and give them some much needed assistance. Standing before a set of doors, Telford turns to Klein, O’Connor, and Soares and says that they’re in for quite the adventure if they come along for the ride. Then he opens the door to reveal nearly forty others he’s brought together from myriad professions and backgrounds, all prepared to head into the unknown to discover the mysteries of the universe. It’s quite the group, but Earth’s done all it can. Now it’s up to the crew to make it happen.

    Speaking of the crewmembers, they’ve finally finished retrieval of all their teams and collected supplies, and with fifteen minutes to spare. Heading back toward her room, Ginn’s just about ready to palm her door open when she turns to see Eli coming down the hall. She pauses for a moment, thinking, then meets him halfway. They stare at one another awkwardly for a moment before Eli asks if he did something wrong, or if she’s decided that she doesn’t want to be involved with him anymore. Ginn sighs and apologizes for making him think that, as it wasn’t at all her intention. She doesn’t quite know how to put it into words, but it’s been very difficult for her to interact with people again after being trapped inside a computer for so long. The only reason she’s been hesitant to see Eli is because of what they had and how she feels about him; truth be told, she wasn’t sure she was ready to jump right back to being intimate with someone after what she’s been through. But she never meant to cause him distress, and if she did, she’s truly sorry for it.

    All that said, there’s something they need to discuss. Motioning for him to come in her quarters, Ginn says that Perry caught her on her way back from the gate room and said that she’s been trying to help him and receiving only hostility in return. She thinks she knows why, and it needs to be addressed. Seeing as Perry’s programming oversight resulted in Eli needing to quarantine the two of them in the ship’s database, it’s not hard to see why he’s so angry at her. But from Ginn’s perspective, she and Amanda spent what felt like years in the database with only each other for company. Sure, she was just as furious when it began as Eli is now, but that anger hasn’t been present for a very long time. The two of them share a very unique and complicated bond because of what they went through together, and she can’t have Eli holding such anger toward her. They sit there silently for a minute before he says he didn’t realize how long they had been quarantined form their perspective, and he’ll do his best to be more civil. But while they may have had years to forgive and forget what Perry’s actions led to, Eli’s only had a few months. It will take more than an afternoon chat for those cars to heal, but he’s willing to work on it for her sake. Ginn says it’s good to have him back, and the two of them smile at one another, happy to have one another’s company again.

    In her own quarters, Chloe’s working on some new FTL calculations for Rush when T.J. radios her to ask if she’d like to come down to the infirmary for a check up on her arm. Telling her she’ll check to see how bad it is and get back to her, Chloe pulls off her jacket and goes over to her mirror. Still trying to finish a complicated equation, she absently unwraps the gauze while scribbling in a few more variables. When the answer still doesn’t appear, she sighs and finishes pulling the bandaging away and takes a look at her wound. Or rather, she looks at where there should be one; where there had been a deep slice only a couple hours before, there’s now perfectly unblemished skin. Not even a scar remains to show she’d ever been injured, and there’s only one time in her life she’s seen anything heal so quickly (“Intervention”). Dropping her notebook and backing away, Chloe grabs at her shoulder and weakly tells Tamara that it looks fine before clicking off the radio. In the back of her mind, though, all she can think about is how certain they all were that whatever the Followers did to her had been undone (“Deliverance”). And how certain she is now that it hasn’t.
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    Feedback, anyone? It's eerily quiet...
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    It was definitely a good episode. I think most of the punch is the last scene though -- 'cause the rest is mainly setup/tying things off (with Gin). A filler episode.

    Not a bad thing by the way. It absolutely has a place and a purpose. I just wouldn't expect it to have as big a response as -- say -- Star By Star.


    Is Chloe right, though, I wonder ...

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    It was quiet obvious that Chloe was not normal. Her super intellect was quept*... kept why not her healing abilities?
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    actually she doesn't have superintellect. she learned how to calculate FTL during her Blue period. it's not a gift of the infection anymore but a skill. part of her rather than part of her Blue side.

    it's likely certain other "influences" have become skills. Rush used her for various complex calculations, so she definitely would be better at it. i doubt she truly understands it, but it's likely far more of a hunch. when she sees data, she likely understands what has to be done with it to get the right results. that is, data and calculations she's used before.


    as to the superhealing: it was never really explained what the super-healing WAS. wheter it was her body in overdrive or the infection doing repairs. it's possible that healing was kept too.


    the real question that emerges from this is: to what extent is she back to normal? to what extent have the Blues repaired her and could they repair her?

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    actually she doesn't have superintellect. she learned how to calculate FTL during her Blue period. it's not a gift of the infection anymore but a skill. part of her rather than part of her Blue side.

    it's likely certain other "influences" have become skills. Rush used her for various complex calculations, so she definitely would be better at it. i doubt she truly understands it, but it's likely far more of a hunch. when she sees data, she likely understands what has to be done with it to get the right results. that is, data and calculations she's used before.

    as to the superhealing: it was never really explained what the super-healing WAS. wheter it was her body in overdrive or the infection doing repairs. it's possible that healing was kept too.

    the real question that emerges from this is: to what extent is she back to normal? to what extent have the Blues repaired her and could they repair her?
    True, so while she was under influence she had a super intellect and learned how to do calculations even with out knowing the functions, did Rush told her what a "Square Root" Root" was, for example or did she simple understand it? Maybe the Aliens learned all the functions and operations from Rush and "uploaded" it all into Chloe!
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    Quote Originally Posted by thekillman View Post
    actually she doesn't have superintellect. she learned how to calculate FTL during her Blue period. it's not a gift of the infection anymore but a skill. part of her rather than part of her Blue side.

    it's likely certain other "influences" have become skills. Rush used her for various complex calculations, so she definitely would be better at it. i doubt she truly understands it, but it's likely far more of a hunch. when she sees data, she likely understands what has to be done with it to get the right results. that is, data and calculations she's used before.


    as to the superhealing: it was never really explained what the super-healing WAS. wheter it was her body in overdrive or the infection doing repairs. it's possible that healing was kept too.
    I can't see the healing being anything but a result of the infection, just like the skin changes. In regards to her upgraded knowledge, isn't it more like "superintellect" when you look at how much she knew? FTL calculations, the blues/Follower language, perfect understanding of Destiny's systems, etc.?

    the real question that emerges from this is: to what extent is she back to normal? to what extent have the Blues repaired her and could they repair her?
    That's what I finished the episode dying to know. Where does she stand right now, and what's their objective this time around? Like Rush said, how do we know they really fixed her at all?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lt. Col. Mcoy View Post
    It was definitely a good episode. I think most of the punch is the last scene though -- 'cause the rest is mainly setup/tying things off (with Gin). A filler episode.
    That was definitely intended to be the Big Event of the episode, and what exactly is going on with Chloe will be revisited. The rest, I freely admit, was just to get some new plot threads building; the "recruits" Telford's collecting will figure in later on, though you always need to remember just how much Homeworld wants to reassert control over the ship.

    Not a bad thing by the way. It absolutely has a place and a purpose. I just wouldn't expect it to have as big a response as -- say -- Star By Star.
    Oh totally. I just like hearing general responses and seeing what people thought. I'm not expecting everything to get a 5 page debate over its implications like "Star By Star" did haha. Though to be fair, that was awesome

    Is Chloe right, though, I wonder ...
    We'll shall see
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    True, so while she was under influence she had a super intellect and learned how to do calculations even with out knowing the functions, did Rush told her what a "Square Root" Root" was, for example or did she simple understand it? Maybe the Aliens learned all the functions and operations from Rush and "uploaded" it all into Chloe!
    given her abilities with Destiny, she likely had a rudimentary database uploaded + a good dose of experience.

    the Blues likely removed the infected part but some of this knowledge had simply rooted into her "own mind" and thus was overlooked by the Blues or simply undetectable. consider it like the Galaran memory device.


    I can't see the healing being anything but a result of the infection, just like the skin changes. In regards to her upgraded knowledge, isn't it more like "superintellect" when you look at how much she knew? FTL calculations, the blues/Follower language, perfect understanding of Destiny's systems, etc.?
    not perfect. and she didn't have to actually know anything about Destiny. if she had the experience of a dozen Blue shipbuilders, structural builders, circuit designers etc, she could easily extrapolate and predict how Destiny would be built.


    I can't see the healing being anything but a result of the infection,
    yes, but the question is, did the infection put HER system in overdrive or was it the infection ITSELF doing the healing?


    That's what I finished the episode dying to know. Where does she stand right now, and what's their objective this time around? Like Rush said, how do we know they really fixed her at all?
    given the sheer amount of Data Chloe would've collected, the Blues likely did not want that same knowledge to fall into the Crew's hands. again it's likely similar to the Galaran memory device in that their treatment, to them, left a mark. they scrubbed the treatment from Chloe. however based upon everything i know, it would simply "bleed" from the Infection to Chloe. routines "installed" into the Infection would be "programmed" into Chloe.


    so while the Blues, to their knowledge, removed any trace of their infection, in reality some of it left a fingerprint. consider it Malware on your PC, but the computer makes some copies of some data and installs routines into it's own system, making it invisible to the Blues but still present and useful.


    i think the main skills "inherited" would be some hardcore calculation cracking, but i doubt she truly understands WHAT she does. the infection was far more of a data probe than a "rogue AI". so the probe infection likely steered chloe to do what it was programmed to do without any real explanation of why it did it and what it did.


    it's likely that Rush could let her do calculations, but she won't understand them like Rush does. she can calculate FTL but i doubt she truly understands the formulas and tricks at hand. i mean, i've seen some relatively simple math being transformed, and as soon as a person starts to skip more than 2 steps, i'm not following it anymore. let lone when a skilled person would skip over 10 steps. for chloe it would appear as a series of calculations she does almost automated. just as you don't think about how you write your signature.


    the healing is an interesting thing as it's not learned, however it can either be residual hormones and enzymes from the Infection still at work, or her healing has significantly improved and the infection has left a mark on that too.


    so yea, i don't think the question is, "did they truly heal her". i think it's far more of a "how far did the infection change the core Chloe".


    i think it would be downright foolish to make it a "Blues didn't heal her". the infection was set up, carefully displayed, went slow (as opposed to SOME transformations) and was quite realistically displayed, with mere symptoms growing into major aspects of her illness. there were benefits, as the Blues obviously didn't want their probe to die.

    in the same trend of realism, the infection would've changed chloe. not just in a litteral form, but also in the details. it's likely the Blues had added some kind of marking to their work so they can easily identify it, or their work itself was obvious to them, so there really is no reason why the Blues couldn't scrub the infection itself. plus they likely already know all they want to know since they got Chloe. which is a thing that could be explored.

    so it would be an incredible opportunity to explore what the infection truly did to Chloe, in a permanent way. what are, simply put, the scars of her Blue time?

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    A good episode, had the feel of a "filler" episode but did abit to add a couple of new storylines; such as Telford gathering recruits and the possible return of Chloe's infection by the Followers (I think that's what you called them in "Alone"). I especially liked the fact that you maintained tension between Perry and Eli, and Eli and Ginn, instead of just making everything fine between them - it really adds a sense of realism.

    One question I do have is how is Earth going to send the new recruits to Destiny. I know the crew are heading back to Novus where they hope there is a naquadria core capable of dialling the Milky Way, but how are they going to send supplies to the ship? Have they discovered another Icarus-type planet in the Milky Way or Pegasus?

    Also I think Eli said in "Nod" that Perry and Ginn's consciousnesses had been copied. Does that mean there are now 2 versions of them, one "reborn" and the another in the computer?

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    Earth would merely need the "jumpstart" for a 9th chevron dial. after that, Novus can power the rest.


    it would still likely tax a ZPM

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan93 View Post
    A good episode, had the feel of a "filler" episode but did abit to add a couple of new storylines; such as Telford gathering recruits and the possible return of Chloe's infection by the Followers (I think that's what you called them in "Alone"). I especially liked the fact that you maintained tension between Perry and Eli, and Eli and Ginn, instead of just making everything fine between them - it really adds a sense of realism.
    I really liked that. I was thinking about it myself, how Eli must absolutely hate Perry for costing him Ginn.

    One question I do have is how is Earth going to send the new recruits to Destiny. I know the crew are heading back to Novus where they hope there is a naquadria core capable of dialling the Milky Way, but how are they going to send supplies to the ship? Have they discovered another Icarus-type planet in the Milky Way or Pegasus?
    Like thekillman said, I think it was discussed in one of the other shows that as long as one end has the power, it can connect.

    Also I think Eli said in "Nod" that Perry and Ginn's consciousnesses had been copied. Does that mean there are now 2 versions of them, one "reborn" and the another in the computer?
    Oh, I'd forgotten about that entirely, that'll be interesting to see resolved.

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    Earth would merely need the "jumpstart" for a 9th chevron dial. after that, Novus can power the rest.


    it would still likely tax a ZPM
    I wish I could remember where they talked about that concept, it's going to bother me all night.

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    Earth would merely need the "jumpstart" for a 9th chevron dial. after that, Novus can power the rest.


    it would still likely tax a ZPM
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    I wish I could remember where they talked about that concept, it's going to bother me all night.
    SGA's "Home"

    season 1 i believe. or season 2.


    it's not just "one end has the power"

    the dialling end requires sufficient power to have a connection for a fraction of a second. long enough for a wormhole to form between the gates. after that, the wormhole allows transfer of power and the dialled gate can sustain the connection.


    we know wormholes can allow power from one gate to another as, for example, the Asurans powered a shield through a stargate. Anubis transfered power from one gate to another via the Stargate Destroyer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thekillman View Post
    SGA's "Home"

    season 1 i believe. or season 2.


    it's not just "one end has the power"

    the dialling end requires sufficient power to have a connection for a fraction of a second. long enough for a wormhole to form between the gates. after that, the wormhole allows transfer of power and the dialled gate can sustain the connection.


    we know wormholes can allow power from one gate to another as, for example, the Asurans powered a shield through a stargate. Anubis transfered power from one gate to another via the Stargate Destroyer.
    All very true. And all very relevant.
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    yay. can i get my cookie now?

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