Right from the start there is tension and harmony at the same time between them.
They are both strong leaders. Their arguments are either funny or quite serious.
They always look out for each other.
Compassionate. Adventurous. Funny. Good-hearted. Brave.
She´s the boss. He´s in uniform. Who couldn´t like them?
John flew General Jack O´Neill to the base in the Antarctica where Elizabeth worked. He just sat down in the chair of the Ancients. It came out he possesses the gene. Elizabeth asked O´Neill to get John assigned to the Atlantis project.
Moments and Quotes5. Season
Computer Voice: "Rodney."
Sheppard: "Is it just me, or does "Elizabeth" sound a little different?"
McKay: "Are you Elizabeth Weir?"
Computer Voice: "Yes, Rodney. It's me."
McKay: "It's the best I can do."
Computer Voice: "I'm sorry to cause all this trouble. Who's there with you? Is -- is John Sheppard there?"
Computer Voice: "It's so good to hear your voice again."
Sheppard: "We, uh ... thought you were ... dead."
Computer Voice: "I suppose I am -- my ... my physical body, anyway, but my consciousness is still intact."
Sheppard: "Right. So, um, what happened?"
Computer Voice: "Do you remember the day I ordered you to leave me behind?"
Sheppard: "Yeah. Yeah, I remember."
Fran/Weir: "I'm Elizabeth Weir."
McKay: "Obviously she was in a hurry. She just used the previous Replicator template that was already in the machine ... which was FRAN."
Fran/Weir: "John, I'm not a threat to you."
Sheppard: "Well, whatever you are, I'd say building a Replicator body's a pretty big threat."
Fran/Weir: "A child?! Oh, Teyla!" - "I'm so happy for you." - "Is it a boy or a ...?"
Teyla:" A boy."
Fran/Weir: "What's his name?"
Teyla: "Torren John Emmagan."
Fran/Weir: "Torren for your father, and John -- Colonel Sheppard."
Fran/Weir: "Wait. You're not saying John Sheppard is ..." *giggle* she was worried, wasn´t she?
Teyla: "No. No."
Sheppard: "Um, look, we all wanna believe you are who you say you are ..."
Fran/Weir: "I understand. You have to be cautious. But it really is me, John. You just have to give me time. You'll see that ..."
Sheppard: "Once these human bodies are made and they're downloaded into them, what happens then?"
Woolsey: "Well, seeing as they'll be just like any other human beings, I see no reason not to let them go. They could become valuable allies."
Sheppard: "Or what if one of them decides to stay?"
Richard looks at him, knowing which one he's referring to.
Woolsey: "Let's cross one bridge at a time, all right?" Poor John, he so wants to keep Elizabeth, no matter in what form.
Fran/Weir: "John, stay back. Let me handle this."
Sheppard: "Haven't you done enough already?"
Fran/Weir: "I'm trying to help you."
Sheppard: "By what? Escaping?"
Fran/Weir: "I didn't know that Koracen would do this."
Koracen: "Of course she knew." - "Elizabeth has been a willing participant in our goals from the very beginning. It was her idea to come here in the first place."
Sheppard: "You said you broke off from them -- that they couldn't track you."
Koracen: "Track her? She was the one who alerted us, when the time was right, to come. We were only following her commands."
Fran/Weir: "John, listen to me. I had to bring them here. It was our only chance; our only way out. I didn't know that Koracen would cause this kind of trouble." - "I didn't think that anyone would get hurt."
Sheppard: "What did you think we were gonna do: just give you a bunch of Replicator bodies and send you on your way?"
Fran/Weir: "I truly believed that we were no threat to you."
Sheppard: "You may still think that you're Elizabeth, but you're not."
Fran/Elizabeth looks at him, hurt. As she bows her head in pain, the lights come on. Taking advantage of the distraction, Koracen charges at John, pulls his rifle out of his hand and hurls him hard against the wall. As he slumps to the floor, Fran/Elizabeth races over and grabs Koracen, slamming him angrily back against the wall. Before he can react, she pushes her fingers into his forehead and concentrates. John looks up from the floor in confusion. She pulls her fingers out again and Koracen disintegrates into tiny pieces. Way to go, Elizabeth. Nobody threatens her John.
McKay: "They were sent to a space Gate." - "I guess that answers the question as to whether it was really Elizabeth."
John remains where he is, staring at the Gate in grief. On the other side of the Gate, Fran/Elizabeth floats helplessly in space. Gradually her eyes close and she ceases to function. Her body slowly drifts into the void. Oh dear. He is heartbroken by her sacrifice. So am I.
Sheppard: "Is she OK?"
Keller: "Sheís alive, but sheís in bad shape. Sheís got six broken ribs, one of which punctured her lung. Amazingly, she doesnít have any spinal damage...but her head got knocked around pretty good. Sheís suffering from cerebral oedema, which may have caused substantial brain damage."
Sheppard: "What does all that mean?"
Keller: "Well, itís too early to know for sure but, if she survives -- and I gotta stress the if...sheíll never be the same Elizabeth again. Iím sorry."
John looks utterly shocked. He is close to tears but fights not to cry.
Sheppard: "I am not having this conversation until youíre sure. I wanna save Elizabeth as much as anyone, but she wouldnít want us risking the city, not even for her."
Sheppard: "What were you doing in there?"
McKay: "Look, she was dying, OK?"
McKay: "Look, her heart was weak, her nervous system was fried..."
Sheppard: "What did you do?"
McKay: "I reactivated the nanites."
Sheppard: "DAMMIT, McKay!"
McKay: "Look, you were busy! It was life or death! If I didnít act..."
Sheppard: "Yes, she would have died, I know!"
McKay: "OK, I know what youíre thinking, but helping Elizabeth is not putting us at risk."
Sheppard: "You just reactivated the Replicator nanites."
McKay: "Theyíre harmless! Look, I am a hundred percent certain theyíre not gonna try to take her over or contact the others."
Sheppard: "No, no, you canít know that for sure."
McKay: "Yes. Yes I can."
Sheppard: "Shut it down."
McKay: "But...that would kill her."
Sheppard: "What do you think Elizabeth would want? Díyou think sheíd want..."
McKay: "Yes, she would! Sheíd sure as hell do the same for you."
Sheppard: "Well, you obviously didnít know her very well."
McKay: "Oh, maybe not, but díyou know what? Give it some time, you can ask her yourself."
Sheppard: "NO! Itís too dangerous. Shut it down. Right now."
McKay: "No. No, Iím not going to."
Sheppard: "Myers, bring an E.M.P. generator to the O.R."
McKay: "Will you please just listen to me?"
Nurse: "Doctor Keller!"
The doors to the O.R. open. John and Rodney walk in, followed by Jennifer and Ronon. The nurse is nervously backing towards the wall as the sound of loud and shaky breathing can be heard from the bed. Everyone stares as Elizabeth sits up in bed.
Still breathing shakily, she reaches up to the bandage around her head and pulls it off. Her hair has grown back to its full length.
John is a true leader. The city comes first. Sadly he is right. Elizabeth would agree with him - she says so to Teyla later.
Sheppard: "I ordered Rodney to write a kill-switch into the nanitesí code. If we trigger the programme, itíll neutralise them."
Weir: "Neutralise them. You mean shut them off?"
Weir: "And you said the nanites are all that are keeping me alive."
Sheppard: "They are. If we shut them off, it will... kill you. But thatís not gonna happen, alright? Iíve ordered Rodney to keep an eye on the little bastards, make sure they behave."
Rodney, Ronon and Teyla leave the room. John walks closer to Elizabeth as the doors close. She tries to meet his gaze but then lowers her head in distress.
Sheppard: "Youíre gonna be OK, Elizabeth."
Weir: "Still, I would like all of you to keep a very close eye on me, and the first sign of any suspicious behaviour, do not hesitate with that kill-switch."
Sheppard: "OK, but thatís not gonna happen..."
Weir: "John, I mean it."
They gaze at each other for a moment, then Elizabeth nods her head fractionally. Reluctantly, John nods back.
Sheppard: "Howíre you feeling, Elizabeth?"
Weir: "Very strange."
McKay: "Yes...but thereís a problem. Look, I can reprogramme the nanites in your brain and use that link to upload the changes, but weíll need to wait for the next merge to affect all the Replicators at once, and we have no idea when that could be. Not only that, but the instant it happens, theyíll know youíre there. Theyíll take immediate steps to assimilate you."
Sheppard: "Then weíre not doing it."
Weir: "John, you know what this could mean. If the Replicators go to war with the Wraith..."
Sheppard: "Forget about it. Itís not happening."
Weir: "Thatís not your call."
Sheppard: "The hell it isnít!"
Sheppard: "Donít worry about it. Youíre not coming with us. Neither is Elizabeth."
Sheppard: "I need you to stay here, Rodney."
Weir: "To keep an eye on me. You may need to activate the kill-switch on the nanites. Youíll be able to keep a closer eye on me if we both stay here in the Jumper."
Sheppard: "Elizabeth? This is Sheppard. Do you copy?" - "Elizabeth. Respond."
Dex: "If they capture her..."
Sheppard: "I know. I know."
McKay: "So what do we do now?"
Dex: "She said hit the kill-switch on the nanites if she did anything suspicious."
McKay: "I know, but..."
Dex: "Sheppard." - "Make the call."
Sheppard: "Do it."
Weir: "Get to the Jumper."
Sheppard: "Youíre coming with us."
Weir: "I canít keep them frozen much longer!"
Sheppard: "Weíre not leaving you behind!"
Weir: "If you donít leave right now, none of us will get out of here, so go. THATíS AN ORDER!"
Dex: "Come on!"
Sheppard: "Colonel, we lost Doctor Weir on the Replicator planet. Can you lock on her locator beacon, beam her up?"
Carter: "Iím not picking up any signal."
Sheppard: "...Copy that."
Carter: "General Landry sends his condolences. He was deeply saddened to hear about Doctor Weir. We all were."
Sheppard: "We havenít given up hope. If thereís a chance sheís still alive, Iíll find her."
Carter: "I know."
Sheppard: "You know, for most of us, this thing with Elizabeth isnít over yet. Sheís still out there."
Carter: "You really believe thereís a chance sheís still alive?"
Sheppard: "Thereís only one way to know for sure."
Carter: "Youíre suggesting we go back."
Sheppard: "We should have done it sooner, but the I.O.A.ís been stonewalling me. Now that youíre in charge, maybe you can give me the green light."
Carter: "Iím sorry, but itís too dangerous."
Sheppard: "Itís no more dangerous than the last time we went in."
Carter: "Circumstances were different, plus you had an advantage then that you donít have now."
Sheppard: "Well, sheís the one who gave us that advantage. The only reason weíre here is because of what she did."
Carter: "Believe me, I know, and I donít like the idea of leaving someone behind any more than you do. But I am not about to send you or anyone else on a suicide mission. Now, you come to me with a plan that has even an outside chance of succeeding and Iíll consider it. Short of that, John, Iím sorry. Thereís nothing I can do."
Sheppard: "Fair enough."
Sheppard: "Maybe there's a way to...I don't know, reason with it."
Carter: "Being in Doctor Weir's old office made you think of that, didn't it?"
Sheppard: "Normally I just shoot the bad guys."
Sheppard: "Oh! Well, they're good at that! They'll bicker and argue, but in the end of the day they're gonna leave you holding the bag just like they did with Elizabeth."
I don´t like Carter calling him John. I don´t like Carter being on the balcony with him. That´s only Elizabeth´s privilege.This Mortal Coil
Weir: "Listen to me. You have probed our minds. You know everything there is to know about us. You should know, we will never accept this. No matter how many times you wipe our memories, we'll always figure it out."
Sheppard: "She's right. We're genetically pre-disposed to being...stubborn, really pesky."
Sheppard: "You doing OK?"
Weir: "Sure, all things considered. Not bad for a dead woman."
Sheppard: "Everything'll be fine."
Weir: "Hello, John."
McKay: "Elizabeth! What happened to you? How did you get away?"
Weir: "I'm not Elizabeth. Well, not the Elizabeth you knew. I have all of her memories and all of her thoughts Ė everything that makes her me. But I'm a duplicate. I was created by a faction of the Replicators as a means to attaining ascension."
McKay: "But you...look and sound just like her."
Weir: "I'm sorry, Rodney, but it's true. This group managed to isolate themselves from the others in order to pursue their study in secrecy, but they were eventually discovered and destroyed."
Sheppard: "I...don't know what to say. This is all very, uh..." His eyes are wet. He is fighting not to cry.
Weir: "Strange? Yeah, I know."
Sheppard: "We appreciate all this, but the truth is, we came here for another reason. You were with the Replicators. What do you know about our Elizabeth, and are you willing to help us get her back?"
John and Elizabeth are walking through the forest.
Sheppard: "You think this other Keller was telling the truth?"
Weir: "I don't know why she'd lie."
Sheppard: "It's kinda weird, that's all. I mean, I don't see you for all this time and then five minutes later I find out..."
Weir: "...that I'm dead. Yeah. Don't worry Ė the moment I learned the truth, I knew there'd be no going back the way things were Ė not for me, not for any of us."
Sheppard: "It's not like this hasn't happened before. The other Elizabeth got infected by those little nanite things and we figured out how to stop Ďem somehow. Maybe we can do the same for you."
Weir: "So we wouldn't be a security threat?"
Sheppard: "You can contribute. Things'll just be...different."
Weir: "That's not really the issue, John. I guess what really bothers me is just knowing that you and the others will always consider me less than what I really am."
Sheppard: "That's not true."
Weir: "Of course it is Ė and I don't blame you."
Weir: "We'll all have a better chance this way."
Sheppard: "I don't want you doing this because you feel any less, uh..."
Weir: "...human? From the beginning we've been trying to convince ourselves that we're just like you. Now we've got a chance to prove it."
Sheppard: "All right. Let's go."
McKay: "What about you Ė isn't it past your bedtime?"
Sheppard: "I'll approve the removal of her personal items tomorrow Ė have everything shipped back to Earth." - "I would have done it sooner, but I actually thought we were gonna bring her back." *sniff*
ELIZABETH IS ALIVE!!! HOORAY!!!3. Season Misbegotten
John is alive, Elizabeth smiles in relief.
CONFERENCE ROOM. Elizabeth is sitting at the table and smiling in pleasure. "We've all logged more than a few miles these past few weeks."
John, Rodney, Teyla and Ronon are sitting at tables across from her.
Weir: "I'd just like to say that seeing you now, sitting across from me, looking at your faces ..." she pauses, gazing at John more than the others "... it makes me feel very ..." she pauses again, then looks away, on the brink of tears and unable to continue.
Sheppard: "You don't have to say it."
Teyla: "We feel the same way you do."
McKay: "Oh, she feels hungry too, hmm?"
Elizabeth grins. Rodney turns to her, smiling in pleasure that he has managed to defuse the awkward moment.
John walks into Elizabeth's office where she is sitting at her desk.
Sheppard: "Just out of political curiosity, how much trouble is it gonna cause you if I knock this Woolsey guy in the head?"
Weir: "May I ask why you'd like to do that?"
Sheppard: "It's just an impulse I had, really, one I suspect I'm gonna have again next time I see him. He may not even have to say anything."
Weir: "I've never seen you like this. What did Woolsey say to you?"
Sheppard: "Besides judging every damned decision you've ever made?"
Weir: "John Sheppard, are you defending my honour?!"
John hesitates for a moment before continuing. "And judging me for agreeing with you."
Weir: "Well, don't be too hard on him. I think of all the circling wolves, he's the least likely to actually bite. In fact, he might even convince the others to leave us alone."
Sheppard: "Alright, so ... no head knocking."
Weir: "It's the thought that counts."
Lucius turns to Elizabeth and cups her face with his hand. "Beautiful and brilliant. The two Bs." Elizabeth whimpers.
Unnoticed, John has come into the room. He glares at the way that Elizabeth is behaving. "Doctor Weir."
Weir: "Oh, hi, John. We were just discussing the Gate harvesting programme."
Sheppard: "Yeah, I heard."
Weir: "And Lucius knows of an excellent planet we should investigate."
Sheppard: "I heard that, too. We got intel that the Wraith recently set up a major outpost there. An alliance of three hives."
Lucius: "No. Really?"
Weir: "Has your intel been verified?"
Sheppard: "We haven't put boots on the ground, no, but our contacts are trustworthy. I'm not gonna send a team down there -- not when there's still plenty of Gates to scout."
Weir: "John, you are way behind Rodney's quota."
Sheppard: "Forget Rodney's quota. I am not sending a team into harm's way."
Lucius: "You know what? Colonel Sheppard is right. Don't get me wrong -- with all your advanced weapons, you could easily dispose of a tiny Wraith outpost, if there even is an outpost, but ultimately, is it worth the risk, no matter how small that risk may be? I mean, sure, people may label you a coward..."
Sheppard: "Will you knock it off?!"
Weir: "Colonel. I think it's worth investigating."
Sheppard: "No. I won't allow it."
Weir: "John, are you questioning my authority?"
Sheppard: "When it comes to the security of this base, you're damned right I am. From now on, no-one goes through that Gate without my authorisation."
Sheppard: "Where's Elizabeth?"
Lucius: "She's out making me something to eat."
Sheppard: "So everyone here, uh, back to normal?"
Weir: "We're still fine, John."
Sheppard: "No lingering desires? Secret longings for his touch?!"
They all head for the Gate. Elizabeth pauses as the others run into the event horizon, looking around the Gateroom as a marine ushers the last of the evacuees into the Gate. Up in the Control Room, John runs over to the balcony and looks down at her. "Weíre losing power! Get through the Gate!"
Elizabeth backs towards the Gate, reluctant to leave, but then turns and runs towards it, glancing back one last time just as she enters the event horizon.
Niam turns and looks at Elizabeth for a moment, then reaches out and grabs her around the throat with both hands. Ronon jumps up and grabs one of his arms, trying to pull him away from her. Teyla runs round and pulls on his other arm as Elizabeth chokes. John jumps up and charges at Niam, knocking him to the floor in the rear compartment. As Ronon draws his blaster and aims it, John punches the button that closes the bulkhead doors. John turns, thinking for a second, then races to the controls and slaps a button. In the rear compartment, Niam -- just getting up onto his hands and knees -- looks up in horror as the rear hatch blows out. A moment later, he is blown out into space. In the front compartment, Elizabeth sits down, coughing, as Teyla tends to her. She nods reassuringly to Teyla as she continues to cough. John, now back in the pilotís seat, looks round at Elizabeth. "You OK?"
Elizabeth, still a little breathless but recovering, looks at him and nods. "Yeah."
They share a moment on the balcony, gazing up into a moonlit night sky.The Real World
John waits until he's alone with Elizabeth, then turns to her.
"You know, if Carson's right and you can hear me, I suppose I should say something profound. OK, I'm not so good at profound, but you should know we're doing everything we can to get you through this. These, these nanites, I don't know what they're putting you through, I don't know what they're doing to you, but...don't let Ďem get to you. We're doing everything we can to bring you back, but you've got to do your part. You've gotta fight this. You're not alone, Elizabeth. We're right here with you. You have to fight this."
Lying in bed, Elizabeth wakes up at the sound of John's voice. "Elizabeth." A male figure is silhouetted in the open doorway. Elizabeth gasps. "What do you want?" The figure turns and walks away.
Beckett: "They've begun to spread faster. We're losing her."
Sheppard: "Not yet we're not." Too fast for anyone to stop him, he moves to the isolation tent and unzips it.
McKay: "What're you doing?"
John hurries over to the bed and puts both his hands on Elizabeth's arm.
McKay: "What, are you crazy? She could infect you!"
Sheppard: "Don't let them do it. You have to fight Ďem. So fight."
NIGHT TIME. John walks into the Control Room and goes across to Elizabeth, who is standing with her back to him on the balcony facing the Gateroom, holding something in her hands.
Sheppard: "Still up, huh?"
Weir: "Oh, hey. Yeah, I wasn't all that keen to go back to sleep just yet."
Weir: "I'm glad to see you've been released from quarantine."
Sheppard: "Yeah. Well, I guess the nanites were too focussed on you to spread to me."
Weir: "I now realise just how insidious they really are. I mean, if such a small number of them could do that to me..."
Sheppard: "Let's just take it as a win right now."
Weir: "Alright. Still, I can't believe I was only out for five hours."
Sheppard: "Felt longer, huh?"
Weir: "Yes. A lifetime."
Sheppard: "Well, it's good to have you back in the real world...At least, I think it's the real world...I could be infected right now, which makes me the one..."
Elizabeth is devastated when she has to watch a Wraith feeding on John.
Elizabeth to Rodney: "Just bring him back."
Kolya: "I think you underestimate the sympathetic nature of Dr. Weir."
Sheppard: "And you underestimate Elizabeth."
In her quarters
Weir: "Youíre taking this rather well."
Sheppard: "Actually, Iím pissed. For one thing, Iím only a quarter of the way through ďWar and Peace.Ē"
Weir: "I canít imagine what I can possibly do for a living now."
Sheppard: "Every government in the worldís gonna offer you a job."
Weir: "Yeah, but...not like this."
Sheppard: "Yeah, youíre right. Itís all downhill from here. Youíve peaked. Life isnít fair -- itís just fairer than death."
Weir: "Oscar Wilde?"
Sheppard: "ďThe Princess Bride.Ē Good movie."
Weir: "You know what? Itís getting late."
Sheppard: "Since when do you sleep?"
Weir: "Since I got back. Iíve got a lot of catching up to do. But itís been lovely seeing all of you again. Thank you for getting me out."
Sheppard: "No, we should thank you. Youíre taking us to dinner, right?"
McKay: "Of course I remember the plan. Itís my plan."
Sheppard: "Uh, actually, using Niam was Elizabethís plan."
Weir: "Thank you!"
Sheppard: "Good to be back home, huh?"
Weir: "Hmm! Thereís no place like it."
Weir: "If we keep this up, there wonít be much of a city left to save."
Sheppard: "Iíll try to run the drones into your least favourite buildings."
Elizabeth faints and drops to the floor. John carries Elizabeth into the Infirmary and lays her on a bed.Tao of Rodney
Sheppard: "Iím just saying..."
Weir: "Yes, you can be next."
Sheppard: "Thank you!"
Elizabeth and John have lunch together.
McKay: "So why am I here?"
Sheppard: "Elizabeth made me."
McKay: "Now, is Sheppard still bugging you to let him use the ascension device to turn himself into some kind of a superhero?"
Weir: "Oh yes."
McKay: "Despite the fact that the Ancient database states that its effects on people are wildly unpredictable and that Iím just lucky I wasnít instantly melted down into a pool of protoplasm."
McKay: "Yes. Well, maybe you should let him."
Weir: "I think not."
Weir: "And I assume you have come to the Infirmary in order to have your head examined."
Sheppard: "Hey, I pulled it off, didnít I?"
Weir: "Well, we have a lot of exploring to do."
Weir: "Until Rodney delivers the preliminary status report, Iím all yours. Put me to work, Colonel."
Sheppard: "Alright, letís make up some time. Break into teams. Ronon, youíre with Teyla. Elizabeth, youíre with me -- or Iím with you, however you wanna put it."
Weir: "Either [ee-ther] way...or either [eye-ther] way."
Weir to Sheppard: "Be careful."Vengeance
Weir: "I know you can handle it, but Iíd rather be safe than sorry. Iíll send in a team of marines to assist you."
Sheppard: "Alright. If you feel the need."
Weir: "I feel the need."
Sheppard: "Colonel Ellis has asked me to join the mission."
Weir: "I know."
Sheppard: "I was gonna stay behind in a cloaked Jumper after they launch the warheads; do some battle damage assessment."
Weir: "I know that too."
Sheppard: "He told me that you called Woolsey and General OíNeill and tried to get the whole thing called off."
Weir: "Yes, I did."
Sheppard: "They didnít bite."
Weir: "They did not."
Sheppard: "Look, I know you think weíre doing the wrong thing here, but, uh..."
Weir: "John ...Good luck." (Oh oh ... she is pissed and ...)
Weir: "Welcome back."
Weir: "I hear congratulations are in order."
Sheppard: "Yeah, you heard right." (... he knows it.)
Sheppard: "Iím sorry, sir, but I canít help but think that weíre somehow responsible for this."
Ellis: "Why, because Weir said so?"
Sheppard: "No, sir."
Ellis: "You should be running Atlantis, not Doctor Weir."
Sheppard: "Well, then Iíd be The Man, and who would I have to rage against?"
John races to Elizabeth and finds her seriously injured. *sniff*2. Season The Siege Part 3
She thinks he is dead. She looks devastated.
Sheppard: "Atlantis, this is Sheppard."
Sheppard: "What other Sheppards do you know?"
Sheppard: "Elizabeth... I repeat: This is Sheppard. What is your status?"
Zelenka: "The explosions must have disrupted radio signals."
Weir: "Well, we're still here. That's our status."
Sheppard: "Don't scare me like that."
Colonel Caldwell mentions how anxious John is to get back to Atlantis.
Sheppard: "Now I'm home!"
Weir comes down the stairs to greet him. She leans in and hugs him. John finally returns the hug and puts a hand on her back. Elizabeth pulls back, keeping her hands on his arms and looks at him.
Weir: "Yes, you are. I truly thought you..."
Sheppard: "Yeah, yeah. I thought the same thing about you a minute ago. We've got to stop that."
Weir: "I'd like that."
Sheppard: "So, uh, where are we?"
Sheppard: "We should make it home before they do."
Weir: "I hope so. We´ll keep the porch light on."
He´s unhappy because of what happened to Ford, she tries to comfort him and fails.The Intruder
SPACE. DAEDALUS. Elizabeth Weir is on board. She is alone in a room and sits looking out of the windscreen as she drinks from a mug. After a while, John Sheppard wanders in.
Weir: "Hey, what are you doing up so late?"
Sheppard: "Couldn't sleep." He goes to a coffee pot and pours himself a drink. "Must be the, uh, burden of command -- you know, ever since I was promoted to Lieutenant Colonel." He sits down opposite Elizabeth.
Weir: "Alright, John -- it's been almost a month. When are you gonna stop trying to bringing that up in every single conversation?!"
Sheppard: "You gotta understand -- there's a lot of people in the Air Force who never thought I'd make it past Captain!"
Weir: "Well obviously the people whose opinions matter the most thought otherwise."
Sheppard: "What about you -- what are you still doin' up?"
Weir: "I think I got used to falling asleep to the sound of the ocean."
Sheppard: "Well, McKay says we're only at the edge of the Pegasus galaxy. You'll be fine once we get back to Atlantis. You know, it's funny -- I spent the past year wondering if I'd ever see Earth again, and as soon as I got there ..."
Weir: "I know how you feel. It was extremely convenient to be able to step through the Gate and be at Stargate Command in an instant, and now this feels extremely inconvenient. It must be eighteen days cooped up in the ship to get back."
Sheppard: "Well, until we find another Z.P.M. to power the Earth Gate, that's just the way it's gonna have to be."
Elizabeth argues with Caldwell, John tries not to smile.
Earth. Stargate Command. Weir defends Sheppard who isn´t supposed to go back to Atlantis.
"I wanted Major Sheppard to come back with me."
"Atlantis has a military commander."
"Major Sheppard's record before he joined my team doesn't concern me. All I can tell you is that if it wasn't for him, I wouldn't be sitting here right now. And as for his rank, if that's not good enough for you, you're just gonna have to promote him."
"I shouldn't have to remind you gentlemen that I continue to have the support of the President and our foreign allies. You don't wanna fight me on this one."
Weir´s boyfriend Simon breaks up with her.
John is in danger - again, of course she worries.
Weir: "Are you alright?"
Sheppard: "Yeah. Two arms, ten fingers ...," he looks down, "I'll check the rest later."
He outmaneuvers another ship.
Weir: "Nice move!"
Weir: "Well done, both of you. You had us a little worried there for a minute."
Sheppard: "Sorry about that."
Sheppard to Teyla and Weir: "Thank you! Ladies." He waits for Elizabeth to reply but she even doesn´t look at him. He heads off.
They address each other by their given names regularly now.Duet
Weir: "I'm not sure it's a good idea, John."
Sheppard: "Elizabeth, you've gotta see this guy in action. He is an incredible shot; none of my guys can beat him in a fight; and he's ex-military."
Weir: "Not a military on Earth."
Sheppard: "The guy's got no place to go."
Weir: "You're not just being charitable?"
Sheppard: "No, I'm not -- and I think he'd make a great addition to my team."
Weir: "We don't know anything about him."
Sheppard: "Well, what's there to know?"
Weir: "Well, anything would be helpful. He's not very forthcoming."
Sheppard: "He's been on the run from the Wraith for the past seven years. What do you expect? Listen -- just talk to the guy. You owe him that at least."
Weir: "I understand Major Sheppard extended an invitation to you to join his team."
(Yes, she really does say ďMajorĒ! What the hell?)
Dex: "Yeah, he did."
Weir: "Well, he was supposed to speak to me about that first."
Sheppard: "Uh, did you get the chance to talk to Ronon?"
Weir: "Yes, I did. Chatty fellow, isn't he?"
Weir: "He would be your responsibility."
Sheppard: "I knew you'd say yes!"
Weir: "I haven't said yes."
Sheppard: "Well, you were about to."
Sheppard: "There y'go!"
Waiting for Rodney to wake up they are sitting close together.Condemned
Sheppard: "Well, Doctor Elizabeth Weir will be the one to begin official negotiations with -- that's really her thing." (Does he have to say her full name, sounding completely proud?)
Weir: "I may have to go offworld to assist Colonel Sheppard. I'd like you to assemble a team and have a Puddle Jumper ready to go." Does she have to go offworld just for him? Isn´t there enough military staff in Atlantis to take the risk? )
Sheppard: "Elizabeth, where are you?"
Weir: "We're in Jumper Two. We're cloaked, directly above you. Are you alright?" ( Both are concerned for the safety of the other.)
Weir: "We can land and pick you up."
Sheppard: "Negative." ( Again the safety of the other is more important than the own.)
John wants to tell Elizabeth what they had found but Rodney sails in and tells her instead. John doesn´t look amused.
Rodney to John: "Elizabeth will listen to you." (You dont say!) Well, later in the conversation with Caldwell, she actually does.
Weir: "I cannot afford to lose either one of you. Now tell me: can you do this?"
Sheppard: "Are you sure?"
Sheppard: "Are you sure you're sure?"
McKay: "I said yes!"
Sheppard: "Because if you're wrong ..."
McKay: "I'm not!"
Sheppard: "I'll call you back after the test -- how does that sound?"
Weir: "You'd better."
Sheppard: "So it's a teenage thing? Pimples, rebellion, life-sucking?"
Weir smiles at his silly joke.
Beckett: "I'd like to go to the planet and check into it."
Weir: "Is that really necessary? I'm sure he (Sheppard) could get a sample and bring it back here for you to analyze?" (Elizabeth refers to John as He. That´s something.)
Beckett: "You'll need to check in every six hours."
Sheppard: "I can do that."
Weir: "And you should probably..."
Sheppard: "...suspend my off-world activities until we know more?"
Weir: "Thank you."
Sheppard is lying in the infirmary, being scanned. He is staring rather fixedly at the ceiling, looking grim.
Beckett: "You should talk to him. He's hiding it very well, but if I was him? I'd be scared to death."
Sheppard: "How'm I doin'?"
Weir goes over to Sheppard's exam bed. Sheppard looks her up and down, then frowns, but sounds like himself for this conversation.
Sheppard: "Anything that has you speechless has me concerned."
Weir: "You're gonna be fine."
Sheppard: "Wow. That's dead man talk."
Weir: "No, it isn't."
Sheppard turns up his right arm, showing that the scaly patch has grown a bit and changed to an ickily shiny, carbuncle-looking thing.
Sheppard: "Have you seen this?"
Weir: "Beckett is gonna figure this one out."
Sheppard: "I think I already have. You know who I'm starting to feel like? - Ford."
Weir: "Now, what happened to you is completely different."
Sheppard: "I know, I know. Still, I can feel it. I mean, I can feel it changing me inside...like he did."
Weir: "I don't think that's even possible. Look, you're very worried..."
Sheppard: "No, no. No, it's...uh...One of the best weeks of my life was when I got my wisdom teeth out. I was on codeine for a full seven days. This is kinda the same. I know I should be in pain, or at the very least freaked out by this, but hey! I'm not...and that freaks me out more than anything."
Weir: "We're gonna beat this."
Sheppard: "ĎWe're gonna beat this'? ĎBeckett'll figure this out'? ĎYou're gonna be fine'? You really suck at the whole bedside manner thing."
Weir: "I know, I'm sorry."
Sheppard: "But I appreciate the effort."
Caldwell: "You two are pretty close, aren't you?"
Weir: "Well, we've been through a lot together. Yes."
Weir enters her office. Sheppard enters through another door, followed by an armed Marine. Sheppard: "Look! I made a new friend!"
Weir: "It's only protocol."
Sheppard: "That's your answer for everything."
Weir: "You look well."
Sheppard's right hand has gone crinkly and claw-like. He puts it in his pocket.
Weir: "Should you be out of bed?"
Sheppard: "I was goin' a little crazy down there, so they said I could walk around for a bit."
Weir: "That's good."
Sheppard: "Look, what I'm trying to say is that I want to go on this mission."
Weir: "Hey, you said it yourself. You are not fit for any off-world activity."
Sheppard: "The inhibitor that Beckett's got me on, the one that's keeping me lucid? They keep having to up the dose."
Weir: "I know. They told me."
Sheppard: "I don't know how much time I have, but the last thing I wanna do is sit on my...mutatinghands, while my team puts their lives on the line trying to find me a cure. I should be with them!"
Weir: "No. I'm sorry."
Sheppard: "What's the worst that can happen? I, I...die?"
Weir: "You could compromise the mission. They have enough things to worry about..."
Sheppard: "Oh, no no...so, what? Suddenly I'm a liability?"
Weir: "Your condition can change rapidly."
Sheppard: "I know, and I know I can do this!"
Weir: "I'm glad...you feel that way. But it would be irresponsible of me..."
Sheppard: "This is my life we're talking about."
Weir: "I know that."
Sheppard: "I'm going on that mission."
Weir: "No, John! You're not."
His face twists in rage as he turns and smashes his fist through the plate glass wall of her office. Before the glass has even shattered completely, the Marine has his sidearm out and aimed steadily at Sheppard. People come running from the control room, other weapons being drawn. Weir charges over, a restraining hand up to the Marine.
Weir: "It's OK! Put it down."
Sheppard: "I'm betting that didn't sell you?"
Weir: "No. No, not really."
Sheppard: "I should go back to the infirmary."
Sheppard goes quietly.
Weir reaches for a light switch.
Sheppard: "Leave Ďem off."
Sheppard: "The lights. Leave the lights off."
Weir: "OK. I thought I should come by and practice my bedside manner."
Weir: "How are you?"
Sheppard: "My body's mutating into a bug. How are you?"
Weir: "Would you like an update on your team's progress?"
Weir: "They found an iratus cave and they've headed in."
Weir: "They should locate some eggs and be back here in no time."
Sheppard: "No time?"
Sheppard: "Then what?"
Weir: "Honestly? I don't know."
Weir: "Hey? Are you all right?"
Weir: "Would you like me to call someone?"
Sheppard: "Who would you call?"
Weir: "If you need to see a doctor..."
Sheppard: "I need a bigger security detail."
Weir: "Excuse me?"
Sheppard: "At least two men, stationed at my door, sooner rather than later."
Weir: "Now, what are you talking about?"
Sheppard: "Just trust me, Elizabeth. You're going to need it."
Weir: "Listen, John...if..."
He turns sharply full face to show that his right eye has gone all slit-pupiled and yellow-gold. The blue bruise color on his neck shows a blackened ridge crawling up from his collar line.
Weir: "Oh, my God."
Sheppard: "They need to hurry."
Weir: "You should be in the infirmary."
Sheppard: "The infirmary isn't secure. The inhibitor's only keeping me lucid, it's not slowing the retrovirus."
Sheppard leaps to his feet and gets right in her face. She doesn't flinch...much.
Sheppard: "DON'T ARGUE WITH ME! I'm not safe to be around anymore. Get some more men at my door and get the hell out of here."
Weir: "OK. OK."
She leaves the room and speaks to the guard.
Weir: "Double the detail."
Weir: "John? - So this is when I usually ask you a stupid question, like ĎHow are you feeling?' John? John? Our team got back from the mission."
There's a thump behind her. She turns, and Sheppard is standing right behind her. She gasps at the sight of him.
Weir: "The nest was too well protected. We were unable to retrieve the eggs. They tried their best..."
Weir: "The bugs attacked..."
Sheppard: "Try again."
Weir: "Can't do that."
Weir: "I understand..."
Sheppard: "If you won't, then kill me now."
Sheppard: "It's better for the both of us."
Weir: "I can't do that."
Sheppard: "Then try again."
Weir shakes her head. Sheppard suddenly surges forward, grabbing her by the throat with his right hand, pushing her backward and pinning her against the wall. Weir seizes his wrist with both hands, trying to hold him off.
Weir: "We lost Walker and Stevens. I won't send another team! I won't risk more lives!"
As she continues to struggle for breath, Sheppard glares at her for a moment, then releases her, dropping her to the floor. He walks away.
Caldwell: "Alright. Four teams. Surround him and close in. I want him stopped. And gentlemen -- use whatever level force you deem necessary. Move out."
Weir: "You will only use such force as a last resort."
Caldwell: "That's not Sheppard any more, ma'am."
Weir: "You heard me."
Weir: "Good! Colonel Sheppard's team is ready to go."
Caldwell: "My crew can handle this."
Weir: "My team has far more experience with Ancient technology."
Caldwell: "My people will only get that kind of experience by going on this kind of a mission."
Weir: "Not this mission. We discovered it: we check it out. Your crew can cut their teeth on somethin' else."
Caldwell: "Fine. Have Colonel Sheppard's team ready to go in an hour."
Weir: "They're ready now."
She and Caldwell enter the Bridge to find John, Rodney, Teyla and Ronon waiting for them. Elizabeth smiles proudly at them. Caldwell just looks peeved.
Sheppard: "Uh, before we break up the party, there's something I'd like to do."
He reaches down and picks up a bottle of champagne from the floor beside him. Elizabeth, to whom he must have explained his plan beforehand, picks up a tray of wine glasses and brings them over to him as he stands.
"Might seem a little strange, but I promised to do something when we got home."
Everyone stands and takes a glass as John opens the bottle. Elizabeth puts the tray down and picks up the last two glasses. They hold the glasses out and John pours some champagne into each. John takes a glass from Elizabeth and raises it.
Sheppard: "To the crew of the Aurora."
They clink their glasses together, then drink.
Weir: "Colonel Sheppard's team, three hours overdue."
Lorne: "Wouldn't be the first time. Any radio contact?"
Weir: "None since they left."
Lorne: "Well, you know those guys."
Weir: "What do I know about those guys?"
Lorne: "Just that they tend to get all caught up in whatever it is they're doing, and sometimes they don't check in. They forget how much you worry."
Elizabeth looks at him.
"...That we worry -- collectively, I mean."
Weir: "Yes, we do."
Lorne: "Yeah. We do." - "OK, you guys, it looks like we're headin' back out."
Weir: "Thank you, Major."
Lorne: "You're welcome."
Weir: "If they were OK, they would have radioed in by now."
Lorne: "I understand that, ma'am."
Weir: "I want everyone who is cleared for off-world activity to help with the search. The Daedalus is on its way from Earth, then they'll be able to help, but until they get here, it's up to us."
Lorne: "And I know that, but I need you to understand that it is gonna take a very long time to search all the planets on our list. It...it could take months."
Weir: "We can't afford months, Major."
Lorne: "And I know that too."
Weir: "...and thanks to several modifications, the specifics of which are encrypted in this data burst, we believe we can streamline our power consumption a further thirty percent. Also at the time of this transmission, Colonel Sheppard's team is still missing and is... is presumed...Colonel Sheppard's team is still missing. End transmission."The Hive
As Elizabeth trots down the stairs, Ronon, John and Teyla stroll through the Gate, John making a placatory gesture to the two marines standing either side of the Gate with their weapons raised. Elizabeth runs across the Gateroom floor to meet the three of them.
Sheppard: "Sorry we're late."
Elizabeth smiles delightedly at them.
Sheppard: "What the hell took you so long?!"
Weir: "Believe it or not, you were only gone a couple of hours."
Sheppard: "Try six months!"
Weir: "Well -- the beard is interesting!"
Sheppard: "First thing to go when we get home. Never thought I'd see any of you again. Kind of even ... missed you a little."
Weir: "You and Rodney have been bugging me for a chance at trying a Jumper as a submersible, but you sure went a hell of a long way to make me say yes!"
Sheppard: "Well, you still haven't said it yet."
Weir: "I just did."
Sheppard: "OK!" He bounces like an over-excited little boy.
Sheppard: "We got the drones, we got a few Jumpers; I even got the girl."
Weir: "You got the girl?!"
Sheppard: "Well, I mean I could have got the girl. I turned her down."
Weir: "What did you offer them in return for the drones and the Jumpers?"
Sheppard: "A supply of medicines and an I.D.C. if they need to reach us. We also offered to help 'em come up with a new way of running things when the time comes."
Weir: "They didn't offer you King?!"
Sheppard: "I turned that down too!"
Elizabeth smiles at him, then they both look out over the ocean.
Weir: "Ah, love is a powerful thing, Carson."
Sheppard: "You're a hopeless romantic, you know that?"
Weir: "Well, you're just as hopeless, otherwise you wouldn't have agreed."
Their first kiss (sadly they are not quite themselves)
Caldwell: "Well, if you'll excuse me, I'm sure you'll both agree that the paperwork on this is going to be a nightmare ... especially that kiss."
John and Elizabeth stare at him in horror.
Sheppard: "Yes, sir!"
Caldwell: "Well, try not to kill each other while I'm gone."
Elizabeth gives him a half-hearted thumbs-up. He turns and walks away. Elizabeth smiles ruefully at John, then looks away and slides down in the bed in embarrassment.
Weir: "So a nuclear explosion and the lives of an entire battalion of men don't count?"
Sheppard: "Yeah, it's all spin. What d'you think the fallout's gonna be?"
Weir: "Well, historically, most coups end up with the new government being about as bad as the old one."
Sheppard: "I don't know. He seemed pretty grateful we saved his sister."
Weir: "There's that."
Sheppard: "He did save me and my team."
Weir: "There's that too."
Sheppard: "So I say we call it a win."
Weir: "Who's spinning now?!"
Sheppard: "Alright. Then I say we call it a night."
Weir: "That we can do!"
Their first encounter. "Who is this?" Elizabeth asks.
She appears to give her speech and passes by him. He smiles.
Colonel Summers: "Don´t forget who gives the orders."
Sheppard: "That would be Dr. Weir, right?"
Arrival in Atlantis. He stands on the balcony. Holding the champagne bottle she smiles up to him. He nods at her.
Sheppard: "I didn´t touch anything."
Weir: "Relax, Major."
Weir: "Major, I´d like you to go along."
Sheppard: "Yes, ma´am."
Leaving Atlantis to step through the Stargate for the second time, John turns back and waves bye to her. (or McKay. Choose for yourself.)He´s back. Atlantis is crashing. She pulls him by the arm to get him out of immidiate danger.
First argument on the balcony.
Weir: "I´m not sending more good people, including you, to their deaths."
She calls him John for the first time.
He calls her "Doctor".
She stands at the gate waiting for his return.
He´s depressed, she cheers him up and they talk, standing on the balcony.
Weir: "Well, you are the ranking military officer now, or do you need to be reminded of that? We need to get back out there; do what we came to do."
Sheppard:" You do realise I can get us in to all sorts of trouble, right?"
Weir - Sheppard - Teyla tension
Watching football and eating popcorn
Weir: "Hey what are you guys doing?"
Sheppard: "I'm teaching Teyla how football's the corner stone of western civilization."
Weir: "And you didn't invite me?"
Sheppard: "You like football?"
Weir: "No not really."
Sheppard: "Oh come on. Itís real, it's unpredictable, it's full of passion and beer. Hotdogs."
He´s injured seriously - she´s worried sick
Weir: "How´s Major Sheppard?"
Sheppard: "I´m still here."
Weir: "Hang in there, Major. Weíre working on the problem."
Sheppard: "I know you are. Listen, uh, Iíd like to say something while I still can."
Weir: "Donít! Youíre going to get through this."
Sheppard: "If I was...He wouldnít have let me go."
Weir: "Who wouldnít have let you go?"
Sheppard: "The wraith....I guess he saw me as good as dead, cause he just walked away, so...what I wanted to say was..."
Weir: "Save your strength, John, and tell me in person."
Sheppard: "This is important."
Weir: "Iím listening."
Sheppard dies but Beckett is able to reanimate him. Elizabeth is very relieved.
Weir: "By the way, what were you going to say?"
Weir: "Before, when you thought, you know..."
Sheppard: "Oh that..."
Weir: "I didnít want you to say it at the time, but now Iím curious."
Sheppard: "I was going to say, um, take care of each other."
Weir: "Thatís nice."
McKay: "And, indeed, we did."
Sheppard: "Yes, you did. Thank you. Again."
McKay: "Youíre welcome."
Teyla: "Good night."
Rodney, Ford and Teyla leave.
Weir: "You werenít really going to say that, were you?"
Sheppard: "I have no idea what youíre talking about."
Weir: "I didnít think so."
serious tension and arguments because of Teyla
Sheppard: "You like us to bring back anything special?"
Weir: "uh...no thanks..."
Sheppard: "Groceries? A new outfit? FlatwareÖ"
Weir: "HmmÖnoÖjust yourselvesÖin one piece please. Dial it up." - "Be safe."
Bates: "Again with all due respect Major I believe you're putting your personal feeling in front of your..."
Sheppard: "You're dismissed."
Bates: "Yes sir."
He walks out.
Weir: "I'm the one who put him in charge of security."
Sheppard: "Yes you didÖand if you want to dismiss me. Go ahead."
Weir: "Why don't you go see how Ltd Ford is doing..."
McKay: "Hence Major Sheppard has generously offered our help to the Hoffans."
Weir: "Has he?"
Sheppard: "Look, the fact is, if theyíre onto something, maybe we can speed up the process."
Weir: "OK, Major, you have a go. But if the drug really is just a pipe dream ..."
Sheppard: "Our Doctor Beckettís already volunteered to help us find that out."
Weir: "Oh, he has, huh?"
Sheppard: "He will."
He calls her "Doc".
He waits for her to make a decision, he doesn´t move until she says "yes".
Weir: "Be safe, Major."
Sheppard: "That´s the plan."
Weir: "Isnít that risky?"
McKay: "Iíll be fine."
Sheppard: "I think she means in terms of breaking our own Gate."
She visits him in his quarters
Weir: "Itís kinda what I wanted to talk to you about. Home. Going home."
Weir: "McKayís right. If this works and we are able to establish a wormhole back to Earth ..."
Sheppard: "Yíknow, if this conversation is going where I think itís headed, you can put your mind at rest. Iím not going anywhere. I havenít read my book."
Weir: "Look, all Iím saying is that you are the person who is best qualified to brief General Hammond and the other powers-that-be about the Wraith threat."
Sheppard: "Well, maybe so, but I think Iím needed here."
Sheppard: "But if you wanna go, I understand that too."
Weir: "What, are you saying Iím not needed here?"
Sheppard: "I said Iíd understand."
Weir: "Well, thank you, but I made a commitment."
Sheppard: "Of course, in all fairness, life-sucking aliens werenít part of the brochure."
Weir: "Regardless, Iím staying."
Sheppard: "Good. Wouldnít be the same without you."
Teyla: "What is it?"
Sheppard: "I was just thinkiní again Ė about Doctor Weir and everyone else on Atlantis."
Teyla: "Of course. I am sure she is fine Ė as I am sure they are all fine."
Weir: "Rodney, be careful with that. I wanna make sure we can get back home."
McKay: "Uh, you mean Atlantis."
Sheppard: "I think thatís what she meant."
McKay: "How do I know she wasnít suggesting we pull a double fake-out of our own and dial Earth?"
Sheppard: "Forget the double fake-out Ė get the damned crystal!"
Two times John refers to Elizabeth as She.Underground:
Weir: "I think in the future, Major, I should do the negotiating."
Sheppard: "I did say I had to ask you first."
Weir: "Aha...to terms you already agreed to."
Weir: "No. How´s that for an answer?"
Sheppard: "It´s pithy. I´ll give you that."
Weir: "I´m sure you already agreed to this."
Weir: "You might be happy to know Sgt Bates was able to broker us a small trade agreement for food while you were gone."
Sheppard: "Oh he did, did he?"
Weir: "Yes he did. But itís not a competition."
Kolya: "Heís (Sheppard) good."
Weir: "Yes, he is. Iíd do what he says."
Sheppard: "Iím not finished yet!"
Kolya: "Neither am I. Say goodbye to Doctor Weir." (He points his pistol at Elizabeth.)
Sheppard: "The city has a self-destruct button. You hurt her, Iíll activate it. Nobodyíll get Atlantis."
Kolya: "Even if it exists, Major, you need at least two senior personnel to activate it Ė and Iím about to take one of them out of the equation."
Sheppard: "Kolya?! - Kolya?! - Iíll give you a ship! Iíll fly it out of here for you myself! - KOLYA!!"
Sheppard: "Kolya!! - Kolya! Don't do this!!"
Kolya: "Weir is dead."
Sheppard: "I. am. Going. To. Kill. You."
Kolya: "Second. If and when I determine Atlantis unsalvageable. Doctors Weir and McKay become obsolete."
Sheppard: "Weirs alive??!"
Kolya: "Doctor McKay was able to make a strong case for keeping her alive..."
Sheppard: "Let me talk to her."
Weir: "Sheppard! We're both here!"
Sheppard: "It's good to hear you're voice."
Weir: "Yeah it's good to hear."
Kolya: "We have less than one hour until the storm hits full force. If the power is not returned to grounding station three within the next 10 minutes Dr Weir dies."
Sheppard: "Again you mean?"
Teyla: "Would he really kill them (Weir and McKay) because they are of no further use to them?"
Sheppard: "No he'd kill them to punish me."
Weir: "You need to keep stalling."
McKay: "What for?"
Weir: "Major Sheppard is still out there. If you activateó"
Sheppard: "Sorry about that. I had to...You OK?"
Sheppard: "You will be. Come on."
Weir: "And it would take at least fifteen hours to send out any sort of rescue."
McKay: "Weíll be fine."
Sheppard: "I agree with McKay."
Weir: "Of course you do! How could either of you resist exploring a crashed alien spaceship?!"
McKay: "I assure you our interest is purely professional, Elizabeth."
Sheppard: "Seriously, the amount of intel we could gather from their weapons system Ė codes, shields ..."
Weir: "Alright. Proceed with extreme caution, please, and check in with me in three hours."
McKay: "Three hours is hardly enough time ..."
Sheppard: "Will do! Jumper One out."
Weir: "Lieutenant, Iíd like you to put a team on standby for a rescue mission."
Ford: "Is the Major alright?"
Weir: "Iím sure heís just fine. Iíd just like to have a team ready."
Ford: "So, just in case?"
Weir: "Yeah. Just in case."
Ford: "Yes, maíam."
Sheppard: "Iím ranking military officer here."
Weir: "Yes, Iím aware of that, Major."
Weir: "You said so yourself Ė you are the ranking military officer. I canít chance you getting infected."
Sheppard: "I canít chance you getting infected."
Weir: "You are not in command here, Major."
Sheppard: "Well, weíll agree to disagree. Bates, open the door."
Sheppard: "Elizabeth, heís heading right for you."
He calls her Elizabeth for the first time.
Teyla: "You should not have undermined Doctor Weirís authority in front of Sergeant Bates."
Sheppard: "Sometimes Elizabeth makes a decision early on and gets locked into it. Thatís a problem."
Teyla: "She is not the only one who suffers from that affliction."
Sheppard: "Doctor Weir, this is Sheppard. Teyla and I are ready to head out. Whatís Petersonís location?"
Elizabeth hears him but stares at her laptop and does not reply.
Weir: "Heís in section E19, level three."
Sheppard: "Well, I wish we wouldíve thought of that."
Weir: "We did think of that, Major. That entire section had to be powered up for you to open the door to Peterson. In fact, if you hadnít gone after him, he wouldnít have been able to use the transporters. Díyou still feel it was a good idea?"
Sheppard: "Whereíd he transport to?"
Weir: "The Mess Hall. Thankfully everyone else respected the quarantine Ė thereís only a handful of people there."
Sheppard: "Alright, youíve made your point."
Weir: "Good luck."
Sheppard: "You too."
Weir: "Are you OK?"
Sheppard: "Yeah, just a little nuke Ė nothiní, really."
Weir: "The naqahdah generator plan was very clever. Good work."
Sheppard: "Thank you. Now, Iím going to bed."
Weir: "We need to discuss what happened earlier."
Weir: "That can never happen again."
Sheppard: "Look, Iím sorry about ..."
Weir: "I understand your expertise in military matters and I agree that I should defer to those expertise in such situations."
Sheppard: "Thank you!"
Weir: "But you are not the one who decides what is and what is not a military situation. Both General OíNeill and Colonel Sumner warned me that you donít respect the proper chain of command."
Sheppard: "Well, sometimes I see a situation a little different than ..."
Weir: "No. Listen to me, John. You endangered yourself and the lives of many others."
Sheppard: "Because I thought it was the best course of action to take Ė and, by the way, I saved your ass."
Weir: "I know you did Ė but you have to trust me."
Sheppard: "I do!"
Weir: "Do you?"
Weir: "Perhaps you´d like a full tour?"
Chaya: "I´d love that."
Teyla: "Major Sheppard has already promised to do so."
Weir: "Of course he has."
Sheppard: "Of course I have."
Sheppard asks Chaya to call him "John". He never made Elizabeth such an offer. Sometimes she just calls him by his given name.
John calls Dr. Weir "Elizabeth" after Chaya calls her "Dr. Weir".
Elizabeth allows John to follow Chaya with the Puddle Jumper to help her. After he´s gone, she sighs unhappily.Before I sleep
Somehow he figures out it´s her birthday and gives her a present.
Weir: "How did you find out?"
Sheppard: "Mumís the word."
Sheppard: "Your own mortality staring you right in the face. I canít imagine how you must be feeling."
Weir: "When she looks at me, itís as if sheís sensing my thoughts, and Iím sensing hers. Itís very unsettling."
Sheppard: "Just when you thought this place couldnít get any weirder!"
She touches his shoulder to wake him up.
Sheppard: "Weíre about to start our mission briefing, so ..."
Weir: "Iíll be right there....Actually, John. Give me a minute, will you?"
She uses his present to dispose the ashes of the "old" Elizabeth. He´s glad.Letters from Pegasus
Once more he calls her "Elizabeth".
Weir: "Thatís good."
Sheppard: "You know, I have my moments."
Weir: "On the off-chance you decide to take the Wraith ships on yourself, Major, I am hereby ordering you not to."
Sheppard: "Believe me, you donít have to."
Weir: "Still ..."
Sheppard: "... donít take on an alien armada single-handedly. Understood!"
She looks very concerned when he has left.The Gift
John defends her.
Sheppard to Teyla: "You snapped at Doctor Weir this morning in the Briefing Room for no good reason."
McKay argues with Weir. Sheppard orders McKay: "Will you stop."
Alone together on the balcony - talking.The Siege Part 1
McKay: "The satelliteís fifteen hours away by Puddlejumper. I recommend that we put together a small crew Ė say myself, Grodin and a pilot."
Sheppard: "Iíll go."
Weir: "No, Miller can handle it. Major, I need you to keep searching for alternate Alpha sites, just in case this fails."
He disobeys a direct order from Colonel Everett because he thinks Elizabeth has to be included in the decisions made on Atlantis.
He just brings her along to the briefing.
Sheppard: "If you cut Doctor Weir out of the loop, you'll only alienate the people whose trust and respect she's earned, which is everyone on the base. Including me.
Their farewell before he goes on a suicide mission.
Sheppard: "Elizabeth, wait." He starts up the stairs as she turns around. He stops on the stairs and looks down at her.
Weir: "You can't."
Sheppard: "I have to, and you know it."
Sheppard nods and runs up the stairs. Elizabeth looks close to tears.
McKay to Weir: "You let Sheppard fly that jumper?"