As part of the plan to extend ship's rations, Becker is preparing a potato-like root that they've found on a planet, Greer hesitantly tries it and then proclaims it safe and raves about the taste. The others quickly discover he's lying about the taste and Greer tells them to get used to it, because it will at least keep them alive. Greer discovers that Spencer is late for KP duty and calls him on the radio, but gets no response. He goes to Spencer's quarters and finds the sergeant lying on the bed...Read the full recap
Jeremy Franklin: Guess I should be thankful there's no cavity search.
Scott: That can be arranged, Franklin.
Camille Wray: Sergeant Greer has to be your number one suspect.
Scott: So he killed Spencer, ran away to hide the gun, then went back and called it in? Besides, if he did do it, you'd have no evidence at all.
Eli: Not helping your argument...
Young: I can't investigate myself, Lieutenant. You can't be asked to investigate your immediate superior officer. That leaves Wray. We're gonna have to play this by the book.
Scott: Well, with all due respect, sir, if the book covers this, I missed it.
Dr. Caine: I tell ya, if I could change one thing about the day we escaped from Icarus, I would have worn better shoes.
Volker: Really? Those are nice shoes.
Rush: Well, you're the wrong man for the job, Colonel. I'm sorry to have to be the one to say it but I think you know it's true.
Young: Do I?
Rush: You don't believe in the mission. You resigned your position as SG leader because you didn't wanna make the hard decisions, the life and death decisions. Well, that makes you a liability. I'm not proud of what I did, but I did it for the benefit of everyone on board.
Young: The end justifies the means.
Rush: Yeah, something like that.
Young: Are we done?
Rush: We will never be done.