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#510 : Les faux amis

Ecrit par : Brad Wright

Réalisé par : Peter DeLuise

L’équipe est envoyée sur Volia pour négocier un échange de technologie avec les Aschen. Trop beau pour être vrai ! Quand Daniel et Teal’c découvrent les ruines d’une antique cité, une vérité inquiétante est révélée.

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510 - Les faux amis

Au SGC, SG1 rentre de mission et informe le général Hammond que les Voliens, un peuple d'agriculteurs primitifs, ont pour ami un autre peuple qui possède une technologie avancée, mais qui sont dépourvu d'humour. SG1 pense que ce peuple pourrait bien les aider contre les Goa'ulds. L'équipe a rencontré un membre de cette civilisation, Borren, qui veut que les négociations soient portées au sommet. Ce peuple s'appelle les Aschens.

En salle de briefing, Carter annonce que les Aschens ne souhaitent pas révéler l'emplacement de leur planète avant d'être parvenu à un accord, ce qui peut être normal étant donné que leur porte n'est pas protégée. Carter dit ensuite qu'ils ont créé un deuxième soleil dans le système Volien pour augmenter les récoltes. Ce qui prouve, pour Carter, que les Aschens sont en mesure de l'emporter sur les Goa'ulds. Daniel ajoute qu'ils ont des vaisseaux mais ils ne les utilisent que pour voyager dans leur confédération, incluant le système Volien. Les portes Aschens et Voliennes étaient enterrées et ils n'ont pas retrouvé de DHD, donc ils ne peuvent compenser la dérive stellaire et ne peuvent composer presque aucune adresse. Ils ne savaient donc pas que la porte donnait accès à toute une galaxie de mondes et de races, mais lorsque Daniel le leur a annoncé, cela ne les a pas surpris.
Mais O'neill se méfie encore d'eux. Hammond annonce alors que les Aschens sont prêts à rencontrer le représentant Terrien accompagné de O'neill et Carter pour conseil. Teal'c et Daniel retourneront auprès des Voliens pour connaître leur opinion sur les Aschens. Carter et l'ambassadeur descendent en salle de contrôle où ils trouvent Walter qui annonce à Carter qu'il ne reste plus qu'une poignée de planètes candidates à l'emplacement de la planète d'origine des Aschens.

Plus tard, en salle d'embarquement, SG1 se prépare à partir pour Volia. Soudain, l'ambassadeur arrive dans la salle, parfaitement habillé avec un costume et de magnifiques chaussures en cuir, ce qui embarrasse quelques peu SG1. O'neill le prévient que du fait que c'est une planète de paysans, ses chaussures vont être ruinées. Puis la porte s'active et l'équipe traverse.

A son arrivée, l'ambassadeur remarque qu'il n'y a pas une seule infrastructure commerciale alors que Voliens et Aschens ont établi des relations de longue date. Teal'c et Daniel se séparent alors de l'équipe pour mener à bien la tâche confiée par Hammond. Soudain un vaisseau apparaît dans le ciel et se place au dessus de la porte tandis que cette dernière s'active tout en basculant horizontalement. Une fois la porte activée, le vaisseau ouvre une trappe et d'immenses quantités de céréales tombent dans le vortex. Carter précise qu'il s'agit d'une moissonneuse et que les céréales sont expédiées vers le monde Aschen. A ce moment, Borren fait son arrivée et Carter le présente à l'ambassadeur Terrien. Borren invite Carter, O'neill et l'ambassadeur à le suivre dans un compartiment approprié de la moissonneuse pour y rencontrer l'ambassadeur Aschen.

Sur Terre, Walter annonce qu'ils ont découvert cinq adresses de portes possibles comme pouvant être les coordonnées de la planète Aschen. Il ajoute que l'une d'entre elles est inhabitable, trois autres n'ont jamais été explorées, mais la dernière est l'adresse que Hammond a interdite il y a plusieurs mois. Hammond ordonne une réunion avec les équipes SG3, SG12 et SG15.

Sur Volia, Daniel et Teal'c rencontrent un paysan, Keel, qui est en train de réparer une clôture. Ils veulent en savoir plus sur la fiabilité des Aschens. Keel leur répond que d'aussi loin qu'il se souvienne les Aschens ont toujours pourvu à leur besoins et garanti leur indépendance et leur liberté. Teal'c et Daniel sont satisfaits, mais Keel leur demande de prévenir un Aschen qu'il a besoin de l'aide d'une machine pour déterrer un objet se trouvant dans un de ses champs.

Borren conduit O'neill, Carter et l'ambassadeur sur un téléporteur qui les conduit dans la moissonneuse. Il les conduit ensuite dans une petite salle avec une table au centre où l'ambassadeur Aschen, Mollem, les attend. Mollem invite les terriens à prendre place, mais O'neill se rend sur un balcon d'où il peut voir les alentours de la moissonneuse. Jack prévient Daniel par radio que les négociations commencent.

Keel conduit Daniel et Teal'c au milieu d'un de ses champs où une sorte de construction métallique sort du sol. Daniel pense pouvoir l'arracher su sol, et Keel prend congé promettant un pichet de sa meilleure eau s'ils arrivent à enlever cette construction. Daniel commence à creuser au pied de la construction, il pense avoir découvert quelque chose.

Sur la moissonneuse, Mollem accepte de fournir à la Terre des technologies de défenses contre leurs ennemis, mais en contre partie, la Terre devra dévoiler aux Aschens toutes leurs connaissances sur le réseau de portes des étoiles.

Daniel et Teal'c se sont servis de la construction métallique pour descendre dans une ancienne cité abandonnée depuis très longtemps. Ils se demandent alors ce qui a bien pu ravager cette ville.

Mollem veut alors savoir à combien s'élève la population de la Terre. L'ambassadeur terrien lui répond qu'il y a six milliards de personnes sur Terre et Carter ajoute qu'elle augmente de plusieurs millions par an. Mollem remarque que ce taux de croissance n'est pas viable. Il demande alors si des opérations sont menées pour réduire la population, mais l'ambassadeur répond que tous les terriens sont profondément respectés. Mais Mollem fait remarquer que la porte des étoiles n'a pas été dévoilée aux autres terriens et qu'un traité signé entre les Aschens et la Terre doit l'être avec tous les Terriens.

Dans l'ancienne cité, Daniel remarque que la technologie est comparable à celle de la Terre dans les années 1910. Teal'c remarque qu'il n'y a pas eu de combat. Et Daniel ajoute qu'il faut des siècles à la nature pour recouvrir une ville, et que comme cet endroit a été labouré récemment, quelqu'un a donc délibérément recouvert cette ville. Ils parviennent devant les portes d'un édifice public que Daniel décide d'explorer.

Au SGC, Hammond informe les commandants de SG 3, 12 et 15 que leur mission consistera à explorer les trois planètes dont les coordonnées ont été calculées pour s'assurer que le monde Aschen n'est pas la planète qu'il a interdite il y a plusieurs mois. Il leur ordonne d'aller se préparer.

Dans la moissonneuse O'neill voudrait connaître les types d'armes que les Aschens seraient prêts à leur offrir. Mollem fait apparaître un hologramme montrant du matériel génétique radioactif conçu pour détruire l'ADN des ennemis de la Terre. Mais l'ambassadeur Terrien veut avoir la garantie que les Aschens ne font pas usage de cette arme contre leurs amis. Mollem acquiesce puis il leur demande pourquoi les alliés avancés de la Terre ne leur fournissent pas des technologies avancées. Carter lui répond que ces alliés ne partagent pas leurs technologies de peur que les Terriens ne s'en servent pour leur propre destruction. Mollem assure qu'ils seront de meilleurs amis et que les Terriens ont bouleversé la vision que les Aschens se faisaient de l'univers et de ce fait, ils sont prêts à leur offrir de nombreuses technologies ainsi qu'une place dans la confédération Aschen.

Sur Terre, SG 15 est prêt à partir lorsque Hammond reçoit un appel du Pentagone. Après avoir raccroché le téléphone il ordonne à Walter d'interrompre la séquence d'activation. La mission est annulée jusqu'à nouvel ordre.

Dans la cité souterraine, Daniel et Teal'c sortent en trombe de l'édifice public qui menace de s'effondrer. Mais cela en valait la peine car Daniel est revenu avec de vieux journaux. Il commence à les lire mais Teal'c suggère de sortir de la grotte. Daniel répond qu'il vaut mieux rester, car si les Aschens ont quelque chose à cacher et qu'ils sortent de la grotte, ils n'auront pas d'autre chance d'en savoir plus.

En échange de toutes leurs offres, Mollem souhaite que les Terriens leurs donnent accès au réseau de portes des étoiles et qu'ils les présentent à toutes les races avancées alliées avec la Terre. L'ambassadeur terrien souhaite s'entretenir avec ses supérieurs. Mollem accepte de les laisser partir et dit qu'il en profitera pour s'entretenir lui-même avec son gouvernement pour lui conseiller l'ouverture immédiate des négociations. Mollem et Borren prennent alors congé.

Daniel et Teal'c continuent d'examiner les journaux. Soudain Daniel découvre qu'un des journaux parle d'une sorte de pandémie au moment où les Aschens ont fait leur arrivée. Ces derniers ont offert un vaccin aux Voliens qui furent extrêmement reconnaissants. Mais la ville fut abandonnée peu de temps après que les Voliens prirent contact avec les Aschens.

De retour sur Terre, Hammond informe l'ambassadeur qu'un avion l'attend pour le conduire à Washington. Puis l'ambassadeur remercie O'neill et Carter et invite Sam à diner. L'ambassadeur prend ensuite congé et Hammond ordonne à O'neill et Carter de le suivre.
Hammond leur apprend que le Président a empêché l'exploration des planètes possibles comme étant le monde Aschen pour ne pas risquer de débarquer sur la planète Aschen par erreur et donc compromettre une possible alliance avec eux.

Sur Volia, Daniel découvre que le vaccin offert par les Aschens avait un effet secondaire indésirable qui a provoqué des émeutes. A ce moment, O'neill contacte Daniel par radio. Ce dernier l'informe qu'ils sont dans une salle souterraine. Carter demande alors à Daniel où il se trouve. Ce dernier lui répond qu'ils sont dans les ruines dans l'ancienne capitale Volienne, une ville prospère jusqu'à l'arrivée des Aschens.

De retour sur Terre, Daniel fait un exposé de leurs découvertes sur Volia. D'après lui, il y a deux siècles, les Voliens étaient une civilisation urbaine prospère comparable à l'Amérique au début du siècle. Mais une épidémie de grippe comparable à celle de 1918 a sévi et c'est à ce moment que les Aschens ont fait leur arrivée à bord de vaisseaux. Ils ont sympathisé avec les Voliens et offert un vaccin qui a sauvé leur monde. Les Aschens sont restés amis avec les Voliens durant plusieurs années mais quelque chose de grave s'est produit par la suite. Les Voliens sont passés d'une civilisation de plusieurs millions à plusieurs milliers d'individus après avoir été sauvé par les Aschens. Carter suggère de parler au Président le plus vite possible, mais ce dernier n'a pas pris l'appel que Hammond lui a passé. O'neill annonce alors qu'il a toujours son invitation à visiter la Maison Blanche et il propose de s'en servir immédiatement.

Dans une voiture officielle chargée de conduire O'neill à la Maison Blanche, le chauffeur décide de changer de direction. Puis il s'arrête et le sénateur Kinsey monte dans la voiture. Ce dernier vient l'informer que c'est lui qui se chargera de la prochaine phase des négociations du traité avec les Aschens qui est désormais devenu une affaire politique. O'neill affirme que les Aschens ne sont pas dignes de confiance, mais Kinsey ne veut absolument rien entendre.

De retour au SGC, Hammond informe SG1 que l'ambassadeur va faire un cadeau aux Aschens puis reviendra sur Terre avec une délégation Aschen qui rencontrera le sénateur Kinsey. Daniel demande alors quel est le cadeau offert aux Aschens. Hammond répond qu'il s'agit de coordonnées de portes. Il ajoute que l'ambassadeur veut que O'neill et Carter l'accompagnent sur Volia. Mais Kinsey veut seulement que Carter accompagne l'ambassadeur.

Dans la salle d'embarquement, l'ambassadeur et Carter s'apprêtent à partir sur Volia. Kinsey se réjouit et est très optimiste. Mais Carter prend à part l'ambassadeur pour lui dire quelque chose d'important.

Carter et l'ambassadeur remontent à bord de la moissonneuse où ils voient Borren et Mollem. L'ambassadeur leur offre un ordinateur dans lequel sont stockées plusieurs coordonnées de portes. Puis Sam sort un petit papier et demande à Borren de traduire le mot écrit dessus. Borren affirme que ce mot signifie « stérilité ». Mais Mollem s'est rendu compte que quelque chose ne tourne par rond. Sam affirme que ce que vient de dire Borren accrédite la théorie que Daniel avait élaborée. Les Aschens ont balayé les trois quarts des Voliens et ont transformé leur planète en un vaste champ.
Mais Mollem a eu satisfaction en recevant la liste des coordonnées et décide d'enfermer les Terriens, et il prend congé. Puis Carter entend la porte qui s'active. Sur le balcon de la moissonneuse, Carter constate avec effarement que les Aschens sont en train de composer l'adresse de la Terre. Sam sait ce qu'il lui reste à faire. Elle prend son sac et en sort une corde qu'elle attache à la rambarde du balcon. Puis elle enjambe le balcon et descend la corde. Mais à ce moment, Borren entre dans la salle et demande où se trouve Sam. L'ambassadeur se jette sur Borren. Puis la porte s'active et Sam entre le code d'identification. Elle appelle l'ambassadeur pour que ce dernier saute dans la porte, mais il n'est plus sur le balcon et ne répond pas. Soudain un engin sort d'une trappe de la moissonneuse. C'est l'arme génétique que Mollem voulait offrir à la Terre en échange des coordonnées de portes. L'ambassadeur revient sur le balcon et somme Carter de fuir. Borren arrive à son tour sur le balcon et se jette sur l'ambassadeur. Carter coupe la corde et tombe dans le vortex. Après une arrivée fracassante à la base, Sam ordonne de fermer l'iris. Puis un impact contre l'iris est entendu et la porte se referme.
Kinsey exige de savoir ce qu'il s'est passé et Carter lui explique que dès que les Aschens ont compris que les terriens savaient tout, ils ont décidé de faire usage de leur arme contre la Terre. Kinsey est complètement fou de rage et prend congé. Daniel se demande alors s'ils ne vont pas regretter de leur avoir donné des coordonnées, mais O'neill signale que la première adresse étant un trou noir, ils ne vont pas revoir les Aschens de sitôt.


2001

 

CHRISTOPHER JUDGE VOICEOVER: Previously, on Stargate SG-1:

From 2010:

A paper falls from the open gate.

HAMMOND: (As Jack is walking down from the ramp looking at it) What is it?

JACK: You tell me.

DANNY: (Reading the paper) "Under no circumstances, go to P4C-970 ... Colonel Jack O'Neill." This looks like your handwriting.

JACK: That IS my handwriting. (Looks at it) And it's my signature.

JANET: That looks like blood, Sir.

HAMMOND: (To Walter the tech) I want P4C-970 removed from the dialing computer immediately.

SAM: I wonder why you sent it ... I wonder WHEN.

PRESENT DAY ... The gate opens.

HAMMOND: Welcome back, SG-1.

JACK: (Cheerfully) Break out the fishin' gear, General ... our work is DONE!

HAMMOND: I take it your mission was successful?

SAM: In a word, Sir ... yes!

JACK: In 2 words ... yes, Sir!

HAMMOND: Your initial report said the Volien were a simple agrarian society.

JACK: That they are.

DANNY: The Voliens introduced us to another race, friends of theirs.

JACK: Who, while lacking a sense of humor, make up for it with advanced technology.

SAM: They just wanted to make sure we were trustworthy first.

JACK: Long story short ... I think we just carried out our standing orders, Sir.

TEAL'C: Indeed. We may have found a race both willing and capable of defending this world against the Goa'Uld.

JACK: And if THAT little outburst didn't convince you ...

HAMMOND: I'm convinced!

JACK: We just wrapped up several hours of talks with a guy named ...

DANNY: Borren.

JACK: Borren, who REALLY lacks a sense of humor. But he wants the negotiations to move up to state level.

HAMMOND: Well done people. Perhaps while I inform the President, you could prepare a mission briefing. (Turns to leave)

JACK: Yes, Sir! (Jack and Sam grin at each other)

HAMMOND: (Turning back) By the way ... what do our new friends call themselves?

SAM: (Smiling) The Ashen, Sir. They're called the Ashen. <Uh-OH! ;) >

OPENING CREDITS

BRIEFING ROOM

Sam's at the board in dress blues. A planetary map is on the board.

SAM: So, out of security concerns, The Ashen wish NOT to reveal the location of their home world until we have an agreement.

It is shown that she's talking to a bunch of big wigs. Lots of suits and men in military uniforms.

JACK: They're a little paranoid.

DANNY: It seems appropriate since they don't have an Iris like ours.

SAM: We do know that they've created a secondary star in the Volien system by igniting a gas giant thereby doubling the Volien's growing season.

*Gasp* It's Joe! ;) (Sam's hubby from 2010.)

JOE: They MADE a star?! How?

WARNING: Techno babble mode coming up! Maybe Joe should have talked to General Vadrine from Tangent. ;)

SAM: Well, theoretically, by increasing the density of a sufficiently massive gas giant until a thermonuclear reaction can take place. In fact, Arthur C. Clark pasi ...

JACK: (Interrupting) Ambassador, you gotta be careful about the use of the word "How" unless you really wanna know. (Smiles at Sam)

JOE: My mistake, Colonel.

SAM: (Smiling at Jack, to Joe) I guess my point is: the achievement it's self goes a long way to prove the Ashen are advanced enough to take on the Goa'Uld.

TEAL'C: The Ashen could be formidable allies.

HAMMOND: If they a re Stargate capable, why is this the first we've heard of them?

DANNY: That's a good question. They have ships, but they only use them to travel to the planets within the confederation.

HAMMOND: Of which the Volien system is apart.

DANNY: Right. Uh ... Borren said that both the Ashen and Volien gates were discovered buried like ours was, and no DHD was ever recovered.

SAM: Naturally, the Ashen tried dialing numerous dialing combinations, but without a DHD to compensate for stellar drift, they were stuck like we were.

HAMMOND: We could only go to Abydos.

SAM: Exactly. It was only AFTER Daniel's discovery of the cartouche on Abydos that we were able to make the drift calculation to successfully dial out to other planets. Add to that the database that Colonel O'Neill retrieved from the ancients, we could offer a whole galaxy of worlds the Ashen never knew existed!

HAMMOND: The news must have come as a shock to them.

JACK: (Sarcastically) Oh, not really.

DANNY: What Jack is trying to say is that if they WERE surprised, they'd never show it.

JACK: They don't get excited in general General. It's like an entire planet of accountants.

Joe looks like he wants to say something.

TEAL'C: Colonel O'Neill mistrusts the Ashen.

JACK: I never said that.

TEAL'C: Indeed you did ... on several accounts.

JACK: No! I didn't. What I said was : I didn't trust people without a sense of humor. Especially that *BORING* guy.

TEAL'C: *BORREN.*

JACK: I *KNOW* his *NAME*! He was boring.

HAMMOND: The Ashen have agreed to meet our representative on P3A-194 tomorrow. Colonel O'Neill, both you and Major Carter are to make yourselves available to the Ambassador as consultants. (Sam smiles at Joe, who smiles back)

JACK: Yes, Sir.

HAMMOND: Doctor Jackson, in the meantime, I'd like you and Teal'C to confer with the Voliens, find out how they feel about the Ashen.

DANNY: (Looking yummy in that blue shirt with the tie) I could tell you their feelings right now, Sir.

HAMMOND: Dig a little deeper. Find out if the Ashen is the good neighbors they seem to be. You embark at 0700. Gentlemen?

Everyone begins to leave, Joe walks up to Sam.

JOE: Major Carter? Since we're trading knowledge of the Stargate, I, uh ... could use a little more of that knowledge myself.

SAM: (Smiles) After you, Ambassador.

They walk down the steps into the control room.

JOE: This place never ceases to amaze me.

SAM: (To Walter Davis) Anything yet?

DAVIS: Uh, the computer should have it down to a handful of candidates by tomorrow.

JOE: Candidates?

SAM: Yeah. We're trying to locate the position of the Ashen home planet.

JOE: How can you do that without the coordinates. (He really likes punishment, doesn't he?? ;))

SAM: "How?"

Joe: Oops, I asked that question again.

SAM: (BIG Smile) In my earlier work with the Stargate program, I theorized that all things being equal, the outside per lock between 2 planets without a DHD is 300 light years. The computer is searching for viable coordinates within that radius of the Volien system, P3A-194.

JOE: Because the Ashen Homeworld is somewhere within this area?

SAM: There's a 70% probability.

JOE: Well, if the Ashen are so powerful, why don't they want us to know?

SAM: Well, until we share our database with them, they have only our word of what's out there. They're vuneable. If we didn't have an Iris, I think we'd do the same.

JOE: Uh, you know what? I have not eaten since ... (Looks at watch) ooh ... today!

They both laugh.

SAM: Uh, the mess is this way, if you'd like, we can talk more there.

JOE: I'd like that very much.

They leave.

Time passes.

Later...

Davis is dialing out. SG-1 are seen standing at the base of the gate thru the observation window.

DAVIS: Chevron 3 encoded.

Hammond is shown standing next to Davis.

The blast doors to the gate room open. A lovely pair of SHINY, black, dress shoes are shown walking in. SG-1 look at him, the shoes are revealed to belong to Joe in a gray suit and ties. SG1 are dressed in green fatigues with combat boots. ;)

JOE: 'Morning.

LOL! Jack just looks down to Joe's shoes. Sam tries to keep a straight face, Danny peeks his head (Wearing sunglasses on his face), and smirks, Teal'C just looks like ... Teal'C. ;)

JACK: THIS is what you're wearing?

JOE: (Innocently) What's wrong with it? <Oh, Joe! ;)>

TEAL'C: (Turning as he speaks) Nothing. (Danny just stares)

DAVIS: (Joe looks like he wants to speak, but is interrupted) Chevron 4 encoded. (Joe looks toward the control room)

SAM: (Smiling ... trying not to laugh?? ;)) You look fine.

JOE: Right. They said I didn't have to wear a uniform, and I just wanted to make a good impression.

DAVIS: Chevron 5 encoded!

DANNY: Uh ... you look great. (Sarcastically??) Very sharp. (Gives him a "Thumbs-up".

JOE: Thank you. (Gives Danny a Thumbs-up)

DAVIS: Chevron 6 encoded.

JACK: (Still looking at his feet) It's the shoes ... (Joe looks down, his shiny black shoes are shown) They're gonna get ruined. It's a ... farm ... planet. (Sam is shown smiling in back of Jack.)

Joe looks nervous.

DAVIS: Chevron 7 ... locked!

The gate opens with it's usual splendor. Joe does a take back. The men of SG1 grin at Joe, then walk thru the gate. Sam steps up to him, and smiles.

HAMMOND: Enjoy the ride, Ambassador. We look forward to your return.

SAM: After you.

JOE: Thank you.

They smile at each other, and slowly walk up the ramp, stopping at the gate. Joe stops at the event horizon, and takes a deep breath before nervously stepping thru the gate. His POV is shown going thru the gate. He is shown emerging from the other end. He smiles with an expression like "What a ride!" The planet is shown. It's green with a dirt road. ;) The two walk toward the men of SG1 with grins on their faces. Joe's walking looking around like my 3 year old at Christmas! ;) Jack smiles at them.

JOE: Hey, it looks just like uh ...

JACK: Oh, yeah! Just when you think you're not in Kansas anymore ... turns out you are.

DANNY: We'll ... see what we can dig up.

JACK: Have fun.

JOE: Uh ... you said the Volien and Ashen enjoy a long trade relationship, but there's aren't any ... signs of trade infastructure around the stargate. (A light humming sound and chevrons locking is heard ... Sam and Jack grin at each other.) WHAT is that sound? (Looks around, sees nothing)

JACK: Have a look.

A gate is seen coming out of the ground. A HUGE ship is moving toward the gate. The gate is turning where it is laying over the ground.

SAM: It's called a "Harvester". The Ashen has provided hundreds of them all over the planet. When the field is ready, the machine harvests the crop, then brings it to the stargate to send to the Ashen Homeworld.

Joe watches in wonder as the gate opens, and the harvester, now over the gate, dumps some crops (Maybe corn?? Wheat??) down into the gate.

JACK: We're gonna want a few of those.

MAN: (As Joe nods) I'm sure that can be arranged, Colonel.

JACK: Borren!

BORREN: (A very nice looking young man with his hair neatly slicked back) Colonel, I thought I made it clear your weapons weren't necessary here.

JACK: ( EXTREMELY sarcastically, laughing) Oh, I though you were joking around. (Serious face from Borren) You know, like ... you always do? (Joe smiles to himself; Same expression from Borren)

SAM: Borren, may I introduce our official representative ... Ambassador Joseph Faxon of the United States?

JOE : (Taking a step with his hand out) I bring you greetings from ...

BORREN: ( RUDELY interrupting) I am not your counterpart. The harvester possesses a suitable compartment.

He leaves. Sam and Jack share a look with Joe.

JACK (Walking past Joe, patting his shoulder.) Watch the shoes.

Joe looks at Sam, who's grinning, and they walk away together.

HAMMOND: (Walking down the steps in control room) (To DAVIS) Sergeant, you have something?

DAVIS: Yes, Sir. Let me show you on the Star Map ... we calculated a total of 5 possible Stargate coordinates within a 300 light year radius of P3A-194, the Volien System.

HAMMOND: And there's a good chance one of them is the Ashen Homeworld?

DAVIS: Well, of the 5, (Pointing to the map) These 3 were just calculated, so they're unexplored ... (Pointing to another) This one was determined uninhabitable by a MALP probe 3 years ago ... But, Sir, this one ... (He points to P4C-970) This gate was blocked out of our dialing computer by YOUR order, 7 months ago.

HAMMOND: You're telling me that there's a 1 in 4 chance that the Ashen home world is a planet that I ordered off limits ?

DAVIS: Yes, Sir.

HAMMOND: Sergent, have SG teams 3, 12, and 15 report for to the briefing room as soon as possible.

DAVIS: Yes, Sir.

Davis leaves, and Hammond stands in front of the map, looking up at P4C-970, appalled.

DANNY: (To a farmer) Kehl? It's uh ... Daniel Jackson, and Teal'C.

KEHL: You said you'd not likely be this way again.

DANNY: Yeah, we wanted to learn more about your relationship with the Ashen.

KEHL: What would you like to know?

TEAL'C: If they are honorable.

DANNY: Yeah. I wouldn't have put it quite that way, but ...

KEHL: They've been friends to us for a long as I can remember. I was raised by an Ashen family. Orphan. They give medicine freely ... machines freely ... light and heat for our homes.

DANNY: Really? So, they've never been ... unreasonable with your people in any way?

KEHL: They just float around in their harvesters mostly, what few of them there are.

TEAL'C: Then you maintain freedom from their world?

KEHL: If freedom is being left alone ... we have it.

DANNY: (Shares a look with Teal'C) OK! Well, thank you.

KEHL: Uh ... when next you speak to one ... tell him I got ' iron root ' in my south field. I can't remove it myself ... need one of those machines.

DANNY: ' Iron Root. ' Well, maybe we can help.

BORREN: (Steps up on a pedestal) Stand here. (Sam, Jack, and Joe do it, and after pressing in a code, they are transported up to the ship)

JACK (Joe is grinning away) Oh, yeah. We're gonna want a few of these, too. (Joe laughs)

The walk in the door, and Mellon ( Why do the bad guys have to be so good looking?! ;)) is standing there looking as handsome as ever.

BORREN: Ambassador, allow me to introduce your counterpart from our federation ... Mellon.

JOE: (Holds out his hand, Mellon looks at it like he's crazy) I offer greetings from our President and hope that we can forge a friendship that can enrich both our people.

MELLON: ( NOT shaking his hand) This seating arrangement is suitable for our negotiations. Please ...

JACK: (Sam and Joe follow Mellon, Jack stops at Borren) I assume there are facilities ... ?

BORREN: In the next compartment.

JACK: Just wanted to make sure before we flew off somewhere.

BORREN: The harvester will remain in the vicinity of the Stargate during the negotiations.

JACK: OK ... mind if I check out the view first? (Looks out the balcony to the fields below) Daniel, Teal'C? We're on board one of their harvesters. When you get back, report to Hammond, let him know the proceedings have begun. Over.

DANNY: (Walking in a field) Copy that. And uh ... good luck!

Danny, Teal'C and Kehl are walking in a grassy field.

KEHL: Here it is. (Iron bars are shown, it looks like a bridge) And it goes deep, I tell you that.

DANNY: (Sighs) Kehl, we can ... (Sighs again) ... probably take care of that with Teal'C's staff weapon.

TEAL'C: General Hammond's request was to gather information.

DANNY: Well, he also said we should ... "Dig a little deeper." (MWAHAHA! Way to take Hammond literally, Danny! ;))

Teal'C cocks his head.

KEHL: There's a jug of my best sweet water in it for ya if ya manage.

He leaves, and Danny gets on his knees and does the archeologist thing, moving dirt around.

TEAL'C: Have you discovered something, DanielJackson?

DANNY: Oh, God! I hope not! (But he KNOWS he did! ;)) (Quietly) Probably, though.

MELLON: Our position is straightforward. (Jack looks bored, scratching his head ;)) You have discovered the means to travel between Stargates throughout the galaxy ... several hundred worlds, I'm told?

JOE: Yes.

MELLON: And you seek technologies for the purposes of defense against hostile races you have encountered on these travels?

JOE: Yes, we do!

MELLON: We agree in principle to provide you with these defense technologies ... and much more ... in exchange for your full disclosure of this Stargate network.

JOE: ( Sam and Jack share a look) And we also agree ... in principle.

Danny is climbing down the iron ladder that was sticking out of the ground. Teal'C is standing on the ground already at the bottom. Teal'C moves his flashlight around. It's a city.

TEAL'C: An ancient city once stood here.

DANNY: I don't know about ancient, certainly extinct. I'm not one to cough up semantics here, but even if there was a city here just a few hundred years ago ... what happened?!'

MELLON: What is the current population ... of Earth?

JOE: Well, if you can forgive me, I don't know the EXACT number ... uh ... somewhere in the neighborhood of 6 billion.

SAM: Growing at a rate of several million a year.

MELLON: That growth rate is unsustainable.

JOE: We agree.

MELLON: You represent the dominant nation?

JOE: That is a fair assessment.

MELLON: And, so, are you taking military action to curtail this growth?

JOE: No, we respect the sovernty of our neighbors.

MELLON: We are pleased to hear that. The worlds of the Confederation are a partnership of equals.

A loud noise is heard.

BORREN: Do not be alarmed. The harvester is continuing it's normal operations.

MELLON: While you may ... "Respect" ... these neighbors ... you have not yet revealed to them the existence of your Stargate.

JOE: Not to all.

MELLON: Any treaty with the people of Earth ... must be with ALL ... the people of Earth.

Sam and Jack share a look. Joe looks at each of them.

JOE: I think we can agree to that.

DANNY: (He and Teal'C are walking thru the city) The level of technology appears to be similar to early 20th century Earth, I'd say circa 1910.

TEAL'C: There appear to be no sign of a battle, DanielJackson.

DANNY: I can tell you that barring natural disaster, you know it takes the forces of nature several centuries to bury a city ... this place just looks like it's been ... plowed over recently.

TEAL'C: Perhaps to create farmland.

DANNY: Maybe the Voliens have their version of a leg movement. Whoever did this, either the Voliens or Ashen, probably did it long after the city was already abandoned.

TEAL'C: There are no human remains.

DANNY: Exactly. So, the question is ... "Why?" Looks like the public building just kinda go into the ground.

TEAL'C: (Watching Danny walk up some steps preparing to go into the building) It may be extremely dangerous.

DANNY: (Standing at the door) Yes, it may. (Turns, flashing light on Teal'C's face) I'm gonna go inside ... take a look around.

Teal'C follows him.

HAMMOND: (Talking to team leaders, one looks like Stan, the negotiator, I'm not sure.) Several months ago, we received a message thru the Stargate, that simply stated: " Under no circumstances, go to P4C-970.

STAN????: The one from the future?

HAMMOND: That's the theory, Major. We don't know the circumstances in which it was written, only that the signature and the blood found on the note match Colonel O'Neill's. We just determined that the race of people we're negotiating with, The Ashen, may be from one of these 4 planets.

MAJOR (The One I think may be Stan): And the only way to rule out 970 as the Ashen Homeworld, is to check out the other 3, Sir.

HAMMOND: That's your mission. Have your teams ready to embark once the MALPs have determined you're good to go.

Back to the negotiations ... Joe looks ready to say something.

JACK: Just ... out of curiosity ... what kind of defense technologies are we talking about? Space guns? Force fields? ... Motherships??

MELLON: (Sharing a look with Borren) This is an example of a bio-weapon. (A big purple circle with smaller circles moving around in it.) We can make available to you. A living, radioactive, genetic material that may be designed to attack only the specific DNA of your enemy. (Turns it off) We have a number of efficient delivery systems.

Jack clears his throat Joe's way. <g>

JOE: (Looks at Jack) Well, we'd want efficient assurances ...

MELLON: ... That we'd take military action only against your enemies ... and not your friends ... of course. The question arises ... ' Why have these friends of Earth not yet provided you with the defense technologies that you seek from us? '

SAM: Most of the advanced races that we have befriended have hesitated to share their technologies with us for fear that we will use it to destroy ourselves.

Jack looks at her with an expression that says : "Too much info!" ;) She looks at him with a "WHAT?!" Expression.

MELLON: True friends would endeavor to prevent that. You have changed the way in which we view the universe. Do not underestimate what we offer in return for that gift. We can put an end to disease, double the human lifespan, provide the means to cross entire continents in a single step, much more than simply a means to defend yourself against your enemies. We offer Earth membership within the Ashen Confederation. (The three humans share looks)

DAVIS: (After the gate is shown dialing) Chevron 1 encoded ...

MAN: (Faintly heard over intercom) Hammond, Line 1.

HAMMOND: (Grabbing phone on side of console) (Faint over noise of gate) This is Hammond. Yes, Sir. We've just ...

DAVIS: Chevron 2 encoded.

HAMMOND: May I ask why?! (A second later) Understood. (Hangs up) (To Davis) Sergeant, abort the dialing sequence.

DAVIS: Yes, Sir. Aborting dialing sequence.

HAMMOND: SG-15, your recon mission has be scrubbed till further notice ... you may stand down.

DAVIS: Sir? What's going on?

HAMMOND: That's what I aim to find out.

Daniel and Teal'C are seen running thru the building. Rocks are heard falling.

TEAL'C: It would not be wise to attempt that again, DanielJackson!

DANNY: (With a cylinder) OK. Now, if I'm right, (Opening cylinder) These are newspapers ...

TEAL'C: It seems to be faint pictures.

DANNY: Yes, and hopefully they'll say 1,000 words ... it seems to be similar to ancient Celtic text I found in Wales. I should be able to make some of this out. (Teal'C looks up nervously as more of the building appears to crumble) We need to go thru all of these, we're looking for a big headline.

TEAL'C: This cavern may be unstable. I believe it would be best if we returned to the surface.

DANNY: I don't think so ... if this doesn't serve our purpose, we'll have to take another look around. If the Ashen really do have something to hide, I don't think we're gonna get a second chance.

MELLON: Colonel ... you seem pensive.

JACK: No, I was just thinking. You're offering a lot more than we asked for.

MELLON: Our motives are not selfless. Perhaps you offer more than you give yourself credit for.

SAM: Access to the Stargate network?

MELLON: And a promise of much more, Major Carter. An introduction to the advanced races that you have befriended just as the Volien have introduced you to us. Your ways and culture will enrich ours. The Ashen are not the natural explorers that you so obviously are. Fortified by our technology, you can continue your exploration ... share with us what you've learned.

JOE: (Long sigh) You understand, I have to present your offer to our leaders?

MELLON: You'll find we are a very patient people, Ambassador. (Joe nods, Borren rises) In the meantime, I will also confer with MY leadership, and recommend to them the immediate commencement of trade between our worlds. (They all rise) I look forward to our future together.

JOE: So do I.

JACK: (Skeptical) Well, that was ... easy ...

JOE: This was just the first stage. If you thought this was easy, believe me, you won't feel that way when we're done.

JACK: Am I the only one who has a BAD feeling about this?

JOE: (Sam raises her eyebrows) Yes. (Leaves)

JACK: (Whispers) Just checkin'.

DANNY: Here's something. The headline says something about "Pandemic", some sort of ... I can't translate that ... maybe "Fever". Now, assuming the Ashen are the newcomers in this article, they provided a ... can't translate that word ... I don't know ... appears to be some sort of ... "Vaccine". And the Volien people were immensely grateful.

TEAL'C: What serves to prove the Ashen people are honorable?

DANNY: Actually, all it proves is that the city was abandoned sometime after they made contact with the Ashen. Cities are usually abandoned when civilizations fall.

TEAL'C: Perhaps they relocated elsewhere within the Ashen Confederation.

DANNY: I just don't like the sound of that either ... Kehl said he'd never been anywhere else.

TEAL'C: This city has been abandoned for many years.

DANNY: Yes, but. Long enough for Kehl to have absolutely NO idea it was ever here?

HAMMOND: Welcome back. As per your instructions, Ambassador, an Air Force Jet is standing by at Peterson to take you back to Washington just as soon as you're cleared by our doctors.

JOE: Thank you, General. (Looks at Sam and Jack) History will remember your contribution to this.

JACK: "O'Neill!" (Holds up 2 fingers) 2 L's.

JOE: (Chuckles) And Major, next time I'm in the neighborhood, I know a restaurant that beats your Mess hands down.

SAM: (Smiles) I'd like that.

JACK: (Smiles at Joe, Sam, then Hammond) Well, General. I think it might be time to reconsider this retirement thing.

HAMMOND: Not yet, Colonel. Come with me. (The look at each other, then follow Hammond) (At the star map, P4C-970 is shown) The President doesn't want to risk such a potentially rewarding alliance on the bases of a note that may or may not have be a warning from the future.

JACK: I knew that thing was gonna come back to haunt me.

SAM: General, to confirm the Ashen are from a world other than 970 is only prudent.

HAMMOND: And if we encounter the Ashen on one of those other worlds?

SAM: They wouldn't be too happy about it.

HAMMOND: It could jeopardize the treaty.

JACK: Send a probe!

HAMMOND: For all we know, sending a Probe is what caused the problem you were trying to avoid by sending the note.

JACK: Well, technically, I haven't sent it yet. If I get a chance again, I'm sure gonna fill it with a lot more detail.

SAM: We you were probably trying to limit the causality violation by keeping it simple.

JACK: (Looking at her, smiling, rather sarcastically) I wonder whose Idea THAT was. (Grins) (She looks away grinning.) Sir, you know me! I wouldn't have sent the note without a damn good reason! The President should know that!

HAMMOND: He's under a lot of pressure to present a concrete benefit of the Stargate program before the next election.

JACK: (Groaning) Ooohhh ... here we go!

HAMMOND: (Sam scoffs) The bottom line is, he wants us out of it. From now on, this treaty is a State matter.

SAM: Well, what did Daniel and Teal'C find out?

HAMMOND: They haven't returned yet. (Jack looks worried)

DANNY: The Ashen vaccine had a side effect. I don't know what. Well, if the Ashen wrote about it, I know it's big news around here.

TEAL'C: How would you know this DanielJackson?

DANNY: Well, it's in big, black letters ... "Ashen Vaccine Causes ... something ... " I don't know what it is, but I don't think it's a good thing.

TEAL'C: These picture appear to be much like those we saw of people celebrating.

DANNY: Ah ... I don't think they're celebrating ... I think they're rioting.

JACK: (Over radio) Daniel? Teal'C?

DANNY: (Into radio) We're in an underground cavern. The Ashen know we're down here?

JACK: (He and Sam are walking in a field) Negative. Kehl said you were digging a hole around here?

DANNY: (Quietly) Yeah. (Louder) Um ... stay put. We'll come meet you.

JACK: (He and Sam stop walking in the field, he looks around) Boy, when they dig a hole ...

SAM: (Into radio) Daniel, where exactly ARE you?

DANNY: We're in the ... buried ruins of the Volien Union's Capital City. (Teal'C cocks his head toward Danny) By all accounts, a thriving Metropolis, I guess ... I think, until the Ashen wiped them out.

DANNY: (In the briefing room) OK, here's what we know ... around 200 years ago, the Volien were a thriving Urban civilization approximating turn of the century North America in terms of technology.

SAM: That wasn't very long ago.

DANNY: No, it wasn't.

HAMMOND: What happened to them?

DANNY: Well, all we know is that there was a flu pandemic similar to the one on Earth in 1918, that killed over 20 million people. Now, THAT ... is when the Ashen came.

JACK: Thru the Stargate?

DANNY: Actually in ships. You See? The Volien gate wasn't discover until years later. The befriended the Voliens, offered them a vaccine for their epidemic, and saved their world. Now, by all accounts, the Ashen were heroes to the Volien, and the friendship lasted for years. But, then, something happened.

JACK: What?

DANNY: I don't know.

TEAL'C: We found no evidence of a battle.

DANNY: I found one clue ... here. (Points to the newspaper clipping up on the projector) Uh ... this word loosely translates as Medicine/vaccine/drug ... from the newcomers, followed by causes, followed by ... some word I can't translate. Now, this was the LATEST issue of the paper we could find, which most likely indicates the paper shut down or WAS shut down the very next day.

SAM: (Brainstorming) Vaccine causes ... what?!

DANNY: I don't know. But it caused something cause in the span of 200 years, the Voliens went from an urban civilization of millions to an Agrarian civilization of thousands AFTER they were 'Saved' by the Ashen.

SAM: General, you have to speak to the President.

HAMMOND: I just tried. He's being briefed by the Ambassador, and won't take my calls.

JACK: General, I never did cash in on that open invitation to visit the White House. Remember? Last time we saved the world?

A stretch Limousine is shown on a road approaching the Capital Building. Jack, looking OH! So yummy in dress blues is in the car. ;)

JACK: Driver? (Driver looks in rear-view mirror) Pennsylvania Avenue is that way. (Points in the back)

DRIVER: We're picking up another passenger, Sir.

The car stops, and the door opens. Jack rolls his eyes as Senator Kinsley sits down.

KINSEY: (Sarcastically) Colonel Starsky! Or is it "Hutch?" I could never remember which one you are.

JACK: Kinsey! What the hell are you doing here?

KINSEY: I know this is a little more upscale than you're used to ... but I wanted a comfortable place to talk. (He helps himself to the bar, probably a cognac. ;)) Uh ... drink?

JACK: I have an appointment.

KINSEY: No ... you don't. (Takes a sip) You should have heard the President when he heard you were coming to change his mind, man, oh, man, he can be cool.

JACK: The treaty's a mistake.

KINSEY: You were the one who recommended it in the first place.

JACK: (Pointed) I was WRONG!

KINSEY: Hell, this was worth it just to hear THAT! Let me tell you what it comes down to, Colonel. Those of us who have actually been voted into office would like the opportunity to make the damn decisions about the governments we make treaties with.

JACK: You don't have all the information!

KINSEY: I know all about the note.

JACK: Which is why you should take it seriously.

KINSEY: We've got these experts who know these things. And they tell me that he ink on your note was a new, biodegradable something or other that hasn't QUITE been invented yet.

JACK: (Rolls eyes) What's your point?

KINSEY: What's the future really like, Colonel. You can tell me.

JACK: As far as I know, it hasn't happened yet.

KINSEY: But it has for you. Hell, you've been back in time, forward in time ... you've seen it all. I just wonder how things turn out. You know ... without you being a hero anymore.

JACK: This has nothing to do with me.

KINSEY: And I wonder how far you'd go in stopping me from becoming President of the United States.

JACK: You think this is about YOU?! (Kinsley just looks at him) Oh, of all the self-centered, egotistical ...

KINSEY: "Egotistical" ?! YOU'RE the one who can't stop playing *GOD* with our future! (Jack rolls his eyes) The minute we try to make a DEAL for Alien Technology, YOU decide that they're the wrong KIND of Aliens. Even our Current President's begun to see the Pattern, and Boy, he used to LOVE you! Rest assured, we know all about the 70% probabilities, the 1 in 4 chances ...

JACK: Kinsey, You're in WAY over your head!

KINSEY: Am I? This is really a Political Matter, Colonel, which will require bi-lateral approval, and that's why the President put *ME* ... in charge of the next stage of negotiations. (Into phone) Driver, Stop at the Athletic Club, please. (To Jack) Oh, you'll get your invitation to the White House soon enough, Colonel ... just not tonight. ( To Driver) Uh, Jonathan, when we get to the Athletic Club, I'll step out. You go on and take our guest ... back to Andrew's. (Holds up his drink to salute him before drinking some)

Back at the Base, Jack is looking out at the gate.

HAMMOND: Apparently, we have agreed to make a token gesture of our good faith. Ambassador Faxon will deliver it personally, and return with an Ashen Delegation to meet Senator Kinsey.

SAM: We're actually going ahead with this?

HAMMOND: I'm told we're proceeding with caution.

DANNY: What are we offering?

HAMMOND: A number of gate coordinates.

JACK: (Sarcastically, to himself) There goes the neighborhood.

HAMMOND: Ambassador Faxon has asked that Colonel O'Neill and Major Carter accompany him again.

JACK: I thought we were out of it?

HAMMOND: (Danny's shown, having a light bulb moments, takes a notebook and pencil, and writes on the paper.) Apparently, he's insisted. Senator Kinsey's agreed, but only to Major Carter, which presents us with a window of opportunity.

SAM: What can I do?

HAMMOND: Force their hand somehow.

TEAL'C: If we accuse them directly, they may simply lie.

DANNY: (Shown sitting next to Teal'C, copying from the newspaper) We may not have to. (Looks at the paper) I have an idea. (Hands the paper to Sam)

HAMMOND: (She takes the paper, and looks at Danny, worried) Major, I can't ORDER you to do this.

SAM: I know, Sir ... when do we leave?

In the gate room, the gate is noisily dialing. Kinsey is standing behind Davis grinning.

DAVIS: Chevron 1 encoded.

KINSEY: Historic day, General.

HAMMOND: Let's hope so. Senator.

KINSEY: I was referring to your retirement. (Leaves)

DAVIS: Chevron 2 encoded.

Joe, dressed in a suit, walks in the embarkation room. Sam walks up to him.

JOE: (Jokingly) Major? Is that what you're wearing?

SAM: (Looks back at Hammond, who nods) (To Joe) (Quietly, and seriously) (Barely audible over gate noise) Sir, I have a lot to tell you and not a lot of time to do it, so please, listen carefully.

JOE: (Seriously) All right.

The harvester is shown, then they are shown being transported up into the hull.

JOE: Mellon, Borren ...

MELLON: Ambassador, Major Carter ...

BORREN: Colonel O'Neill has not accompanied you?

JOE: His duties require him elsewhere. Of course, it is my pleasure to offer a gesture of our own ... coordinates and Stargate symbols to several new world.

MELLON: (The coordinates are in a laptop) (Confused) It ... is ... our ... honor to ... receive such a gift.

Joe bows, and smiles. Borren looks at the laptop, confused. Mellon is turning the computer around trying to figure out what the hell it is. ;)

SAM: (Noting their confusion) Oh, let me ... the coordinates are on a hard drive in the laptop. (She takes it, and puts it on the table) It'll just take a moment to display.

She opens it, and types something. Mellon is shown looking at it, the words "Loading" with the line goes across the screen. (We've all seen it, right?! ;))

JOE: Our leaders would also like to extend an invitation to Earth ... to formalize our treaty.

MELLON: All in time. (The coordinates are shown flashing across the screen.)

SAM: By the way, Borren, could you read this aloud for me? (Takes out the paper) I couldn't quite translate it.

BORREN: Of course ... (Takes the paper) "Sterility".

Mellon, hearing the word, looks up from the computer, to Sam and Joe. Borren looks confused.

SAM: We knew what you were planning, Mellon, this just confirms it.

BORREN: What are you talking about?

SAM: "Vaccine causes Sterility" ... that was the headline. (Borren looks at Mellon) You wiped out most of the Volien population, and turned their entire world into farmland. You'll do the same to Earth.

MELLON: Lock them in here, we have a treaty to conclude.

SAM: If we don't come back alive, the treaty is off!

MELLON: Well, that'll be your loss ... we have what we wanted.

SAM: (Watches them leave, turns to Joe) I'm sorry.

JOE: What do you think they'll do?

SAM: I don't know.

JOE: O'Neill sent the note to prevent this from happening. (Sam looks away) We were so sure.

SAM: (Grabs his arm) Listen ... (Sounds of gate activating) They're opening the Stargate! (They run out to the balcony. The harvester is shown over the gate.) They're dialing Earth! (A loud noise is heard, they look down)

JOE: What is that?!

SAM: (Steps away from the edge) I don't know. (Starts removing her gear from her back) But we gotta find out. (He helps her take off her backpack.) When I get to the bottom ... (She's tying up a rope on the railing) follow me down. We'll only have a few seconds over the gate.

JOE: What?!

SAM: (She climbs up over the railing) Just do what I tell you, when I tell you. (He's helping her with the rope) Trust me.

JOE: Ok.

Joe helps her get over, and she starts lowering herself. He watches as she slowly makes her way down. He hears a noise, and turns to see Borren.

BORREN: Where's Major Carter?!

Sam is shown as the gate opens, nearly touching her body. Joe looks back down at her, then turns toward Borren. He charges, and tackles the Ashen. (Eat your heart out, The Rock! ;)) Sam sends the signal to keep the iris open.

SAM: (Yelling) AMBASSADOR!!!!!!!! NOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

She looks up to the railing where he previously was, then down to the open gate, then back up to the railing, her attention is diverted by the biological weapon she was shown earlier being lowered over the gate. Her eyes widen.

JOE: (Yelling From the railing) GO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

She looks up into his eyes, and he nods his head in confirmation. She has a look of angst. She sees him being hauled back by Borren. She looks down at the gate, then cuts her cord, making a freefall ON HER BACK thru the gate. Traveler's view is shown going thru the gate. She is shown FLYING thru the gate, landing on her BACK on the ramp, and doing a couple of flips, landing at the bottom of the ramp, laying across the steps, holding her arm.

SAM: (Yelling) CLOSE THE IRIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The iris closes, and a thump is heard. A medic runs to help Sam, as Kinsey walks in.

KINSEY: (To Jack) WHAT in God's name is going on here?!

SAM: (In pain) When they knew we were on to them, they launched a bio-weapon.

KINSEY: (Looking at Jack) COLONEL!

SAM: I had to warn you, I couldn't wait for the ambassador. I'm sorry, Sir.

KINSEY: Colonel! I asked you a question!

JACK: (Ignoring the Senator) You did good, Major.

SAM : Thank you, Sir.

HAMMOND: Let's get her to the infirmary NOW!

KINSEY: COLONEL! (Jack grins) I swear, O'Neill. There's gonna be an investigation into this. (Leaves)

JACK: That'd be fine! (Hammond grins) "O'Neill" 2 L's! (Holding up 3 fingers)

DANNY: I guess we dodged the bullet there, huh?

TEAL'C: Senator Kinsley seem most displeased. (Teal'C looks amused)

JACK: Yeah, that's a crying shame, isn't it? (Hammond laughs to himself)

DANNY: I just hope we don't regret giving them those gate addresses.

JACK: I don't think we will ... the first one being a black hole and all ... they get progressively darker from there. (To Sam, still being stabilized) Carter? You all right?

She smiles and nods.

AQ!S

 

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stanary (14:25)

Non je crois que c'est surtout moi qui n'oublie jamais. Et oui je suis en week-end, mon seul moment de repos

Sonmi451 (14:27)

Profites bien.

Sonmi451 (14:27)

Tu bosses dans quoi?

Sonmi451 (14:27)

(oui je fais ma curieuse^^)

stanary (14:28)

Ah mais je suis encore trop jeune pour bosser. J'aime bien les curieuses vu que j'en suis une donc tu vois....

Sonmi451 (14:30)

Oh mais tu fais bien des études?

stanary (14:31)

Oui par contre je fais bien des études t'inquiète pas

Sonmi451 (14:31)

Alors c'est tu bosses mais c'est pas rémunéré.

Sonmi451 (14:32)

et donc des études de quoi? ^^

stanary (14:32)

Oui j'avais pas vu ça comme ça mais t'as raison.... c'est nul !

Sonmi451 (14:33)

j'ai toujours raison même quand j'ai tord

stanary (14:37)

Oui c'est bien d'espérer...

stanary (14:37)

Sonmi451 (14:38)

Merci. lol

Sonmi451 (14:38)

L'espoir fait vivre comme on dit. ^^

stanary (14:39)

Oui c'est ce qu'on dit ! Alors et toi dis moi tu travailles dans quoi ?

Sonmi451 (14:41)

Moi je suis assistante maternelle mais en ce moment en congé parental.

stanary (14:43)

Ah bah alors ça va veut dire que t'aimes beaucoup les enfants hein ! Mais j'aime bien ça ...

Sonmi451 (14:44)

Tout à fait.

stanary (14:45)

Alors dis moi, tu fais quoi de beau ?

Sonmi451 (14:47)

Là en ce moment, je m'occupe de la migration des épisodes de Friends pendant que mes oreilles sont en train d'écouter si bébé dort toujours. Et puis mes yeux regardent de temps en temps, vers la fenetre pour voir si le grand arrive avec son papa. ^^

Sonmi451 (14:47)

Et toi?

stanary (14:49)

La migration ?
Bon pour moi faut pas chercher hein. Je n'ai pas de vie donc je suis chez moi entrain de ne rien faire si ce n'est lire

Sonmi451 (14:49)

Et en parlant du loup, il sort du bois. Mon grand vient d'arriver.

stanary (14:51)

Eh bah il est autonome ce grand !

Sonmi451 (14:51)

La migration c'est le passage d'un guide épisode à un autre guide, soit de l'ancien au nouveau.

Sonmi451 (14:52)

Je vais devoir te laisser. Il est autonome oui d'une certaine façon, mais il a encore "que" 5 ans.

Sonmi451 (14:52)

A bientôt peut être.

stanary (14:56)

A bientôt

billy (18:53)

Plus que quelques jours pour venir participer au concours de la photo de bienvenue du quartier Castle. Venez vous affronter avec les plus créatifs ^^

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