Amelia Banks: Uh, Colonel Sheppard?
Sheppard: Got an idea, Banks?
Amelia Banks: Well, no, but I am being hailed by the Daedalus on subspace. Does that count?
Sheppard: Technically that's not your idea, but good enough.
Keller: We’re on a space ship. Those doors are designed to be airtight. That means something as tiny as air can’t even get through. How do you think you will?
Ronon: Yeah, well, I’m bigger than air.
Keller: Yeah… that’s kind of my point.
Keller: What’s our plan, what are we going?
Ronon: We get to an access ladder. We head down two floors to engineering rooms. Then we cripple the ship.
Keller: You… know how to do all that.
Ronon: Yeah. Don’t you?
Keller: Not really.
Ronon: Watch and learn.
Keller: You can’t just blast away at vital systems like that! What if you take out the life support system?
Ronon: Don’t worry, the life support system is that tray. At least, I’m pretty sure it is.
Rodney: This is an Ancient facility. And Rodney McKay knows a thing or two about Ancient facilities.
Dr. Daniel Jackson: You know, it has been clinically proven that referring to yourself in the third person is a sign of mental instability, right?
Rodney: Mentally unstable like a fox.
Dr. Daniel Jackson: You want to clear the device control room of bad guys, right?
Dr. Daniel Jackson: So why would you assume if there's a massive explosion people would go running towards it?
Rodney: I would.
Dr. Daniel Jackson: I rest my case.
Rodney: Explosion diversions are the very cornerstone of diversions.
Dr. Daniel Jackson: You don’t have any better ideas.
Rodney: I don’t have any better ideas, no.
Marks: I got it. I’m back in. We’ve got control of the ship.
Woolsey: And not a moment… too late.
Rodney: Hey. How are you?
Dr. Daniel Jackson: Well, it hurts to eat this fruit cup.
Rodney: Don’t eat the fruit cup, then.
Dr. Daniel Jackson: Thank you, Groucho.
Dr. Daniel Jackson: So you can only give compliments to the dying?
Rodney: It’s something I’m working on.