Brought before the Queen on a Wraith hive ship, Sheppard puts up the best resistance he can muster to her interrogation…and is startled to find that it seems to be working. Due to the Wraith enzyme that Ford has flooded his bloodstream with, Sheppard is immune to the Wraith, as are the other prisoners. On the planet, Rodney subjects himself to a massive dose of the enzyme, enough to send himself into a state somewhere between a berzerker rage and schizophrenia so he can disarm Ford’s guards, repair the DHD at the stargate and escape to Atlantis. Once he sounds the alarm – and rants and raves a lot – Colonel Caldwell and the Prometheus leave Atlantis to take out the approaching hive ship, and rescue Sheppard’s team at the same time if possible. With Ford and Ronon still competing with each other fiercely, Sheppard leads a prison break, but he lands his entire team back in the cell when he stops to assist other human prisoners that he didn’t even know were there. But spending time with one of these humans opens Sheppard’s eyes to new avenues of escaping the Wraith – and new threats.
written by Carl Binder
directed by Martin Wood
music by Joel Goldsmith
Guest Cast: Rainbow Sun Francks (Aiden Ford), Aaron Abrams (Kanayo), Kavan Smith (Major Lorne), Jenn Bird (Neera), David Nykl (Dr. Zelenka), Mitch Pileggi (Colonel Caldwell), James Lafaznos (Male Wraith), Andee Frizzell (Hive Queen), Woody Jeffreys (Bouncer), Aleks Holtz (Guard), Chuck Campbell (Technician), Kirby Morrow (Airman)
LogBook entry by Earl Green