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It's a typical Sunday in Atlantis and everyone is going about their daily lives. A handsome scientist, Dr. Branton, who is smitten with Dr. Weir is trying to convince her to go to lunch with him. Although Dr. Weir has a personal rule against dating the people under her command, he persuades her to just "have lunch" with him.
During lunch, Dr. Branton kisses Dr. Weir and she becomes attracted to him, but she decides she can't allow anything to come of this; then the control tower reports that there was an explosion and three people are dead and many injured, and it is believed to have been a bomb.
Beckett: Rodney and I are heading to the mainland to catch a fish that seems to be just like a trout. Care to join us? Sport of kings.
Sheppard: I thought horse racing was the sport of kings?
Beckett: For the boring kings, maybe.
Sheppard: Grab the other guy’s flag, huh, that’s it?
Ronon: That’s it.
Sheppard: No penalties and stuff?
Sheppard: Well, if the other guy pulls your hair or tries to bite you...
Ronon: Bite back.
Hewston: The second we realized it was emitting radiation we turned it off.
McKay: So what, you want a medal? My four year old niece could figure out to turn something off if it was emitting radiation. That does not make you smart. That just makes you a little less stupid.