History Series / StargateAtlantis

16th Jul '17 9:56:13 AM Morgenthaler
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* InappropriatelyCloseComrades: Major/Colonel John Sheppard is professional enough not to engage in this, but there is a version of him who bucked the rules in the AlternateRealityEpisode "Vegas". When Sheppard was [[TheWarOnTerror stationed in Afghanistan]], he ignored direct orders to retreat so he could attempt a failed rescue mission that got him discharged from the air force. The alternate universe version of Rodney [=McKay=] figures out that it was because Sheppard was in a relationship with one of the soldiers he tried to rescue, which he doesn't deny.
29th May '17 6:54:16 PM PlasmaTalon
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** The Judges in the clip show episode may come off as [[UngratefulBastard ungrateful bastards]], but they're not entirely wrong when they accuse the Atlantis crew of being responsible for a lot of the sector's troubles. Having [[NiceJobBreakingItHero broken quite a bit despite their best efforts and good intentions]].
12th Apr '17 3:02:38 PM Bushranger
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* TheCavalry: "The Siege", the season one finale and season two opener, sees the [[SemperFi US Marines]] arrive to defend Atlantis from Wraith attack, and then the USS ''Daedalus'' arrives [[GunshipRescue to drive off the remaining forces]].

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* TheCavalry: "The Siege", the season one finale and season two opener, sees the [[SemperFi US Marines]] arrive to defend Atlantis from Wraith attack, and then the USS ''Daedalus'' arrives [[GunshipRescue to drive off the remaining forces]].



* ContinuityPorn: In "''Dopppleganger''", Carter refers to the events of "''Cold Lazarus''", where they encountered a similar form of Crystal Entity that briefly impersonated Jack O'Neill, "''The Gatekeeper''" which was where they first acquired Virtual Reality technology, as well as her time being taken over by an alien entity in "''Entity''".

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* ContinuityPorn: In "''Dopppleganger''", "''Doppleganger''", Carter refers to the events of "''Cold Lazarus''", where they encountered a similar form of Crystal Entity that briefly impersonated Jack O'Neill, "''The Gatekeeper''" which was where they first acquired Virtual Reality technology, as well as her time being taken over by an alien entity in "''Entity''".
12th Apr '17 9:43:35 AM Golondrina
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* LesCollaborateurs: The Wraith regularly wipe out inhabited worlds to [[ToServeMan feed on the humans]]. Nevertheless, they also have a few thousand human followers who worship them and are mostly used for [[TheMole infiltration purposes]]. They're converted by getting fed on repeatedly only to have their lives restored to them. The experience is so traumatic and addictive that they become mindlessly loyal to their Wraith masters. Every other Pegasus human understandably despises them for their treachery.



* LesCollaborateurs: The Wraith regularly wipe out inhabited worlds to [[ToServeMan feed on the humans]]. Nevertheless, they also have a few thousand human followers who worship them and are mostly used for [[TheMole infiltration purposes]]. They're converted by getting fed on repeatedly only to have their lives restored to them. The experience is so traumatic and addictive that they become mindlessly loyal to their Wraith masters. Every other Pegasus human understandably despises them for their treachery.
4th Apr '17 11:52:13 AM crazysamaritan
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* WithholdingTheirName: When telepathic [[OurVampiresAreDifferent Wraith]] get captured for interrogation or just become recurring characters, [[TheNicknamer Colonel Sheppard randomly assigns human names to them]] so they can be called something other than "[[YouKnowTheOne that Wraith]]". The ExpandedUniverse novels reveal that Wraith have names that they use among each other, but they're apparently based on their roles in society and/or how their minds "feel" to each other telepathically, which means they have no way of communicating their names to humans even if they wanted to.
17th Mar '17 4:50:56 PM Akaihiryuu
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** Notable in that the myth of Atlantis is actually true in the Stargate verse. It's just that noone knew that it happened in another galaxy and aliens were involved. The tale was passed onto the ancient Greeks by surviving Ancients who fled back to Earth through the stargate after sinking and abandoning Atlantis after it came under overwhelming attack by the Wraith.
15th Mar '17 6:45:34 AM morenohijazo
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* GemTissue: The crystals of planet [=M3X=]-387 may very possibly be this.
22nd Feb '17 9:45:39 PM jormis29
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-->'''Sheppard:''' They just keep sending them in.

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-->'''Sheppard:''' They just keep [[Theatre/ALittleNightMusic sending them in.in]].



'''Sheppard:''' Clowns? Oh yeah, the clowns. Well, we fight them, too. Entire armies, spilling out of Volkswagens. We do our best to fight them off, but [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ogvKogtJw9c they keep sending them in]].

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'''Sheppard:''' Clowns? Oh yeah, the clowns. Well, we fight them, too. Entire armies, spilling out of Volkswagens. We do our best to fight them off, but [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ogvKogtJw9c [[Theatre/ALittleNightMusic they keep sending them in]].
22nd Feb '17 6:21:51 PM Glaurung
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* FeedTheMole: PlayedForLaughs. When Sheppard realizes that the girl sent he "rescued" was a wrather worshipper plant, he tells her that on Earth, they are fighting a war against an powerful and evil enemy, [[MonsterClown clowns.]]
-->'''Sheppard:''' They just keep sending them in.
1st Feb '17 12:17:19 AM The_Glorious_SOB
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''Stargate Atlantis'' is a spin-off of the popular sci-fi show ''Series/StargateSG1''.

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''Stargate Atlantis'' is a spin-off of the popular sci-fi show ''Series/StargateSG1''.
''Series/StargateSG1.''



* ArtisticLicenseGunSafety: In the episode "Common Ground", during their escape Todd is at one point toying with his loaded gun while having it pointed right at the back of Sheppard's head. Of course this may be deliberate, since an alien from another galaxy is unlikely to have ever leaned how to safely handle human-made firearms, especially the Wraith's own handheld weapons stun only. The rest of the series generally averts it, and is very careful about their weapons.

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* ArtisticLicenseGunSafety: In the episode "Common Ground", during their escape Todd is at one point toying with his loaded gun while having it pointed right at the back of Sheppard's head. Of course this may be deliberate, since an alien from another galaxy is unlikely to have ever leaned learned how to safely handle human-made firearms, especially the Wraith's own handheld weapons stun only. The rest of the series generally averts it, and is very careful about their weapons.
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