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"Subversion" begins in a bed once again, but this time it's Dr. Rush tossing and turning solo, seemingly stuck in a dream. He sees a number: 314. He sees a pretty brunette: Kate from Lost Wait, that's not Kate. It's Tara, from The Practice and Boston Legal, aka Rhona Mitra. Dead ringers, those two. Dr. Rush races off to tell Col. Young about his dream.
Turns Comprar Levitra out, Dr. Rush didn't have "Oxandrolone Powder India" a dream. It was a bleed through memory from a previous body swap with Col. Telford, and the memory proves Col. Telford is a big, fat traitor. (Confession: I actually forgot Lou Diamond Phillips was on this show because of the complete lack of Col. Telford plotlines lately.) Dr. Rush saw Col. Telford meeting with members of the Lucian Alliance, turning over information about the Icarus project. While it's true that Col. Telford spent months undercover in the Alliance, Col. Young Anavar For Sale Philippines thinks he has either been turned or brainwashed.
Col. Young and Dr. Rush decide that Dr. Rush will swap bodies again with Col. Telford, who is due to visit Destiny shortly. The swap happens, and Dr. Rush heads off to contact the Alliance, with Dr. Jackson (hi Michael Shanks!) on his tail. Col. Telford heads off to get out of Dr. Rush's scientist clothes. Meanwhile, Col. Young uses the communication stones to report the situation to Gen. O'Neill (hi Richard Dean Anderson!) over tea.
Dr. Rush breaks into Col. Telford's home and finds a key to a safety deposit box and, conveniently, a bank statement stating exactly which bank it is at. Crappy spy, that Col. Telford. He finds a cell phone in the safety Do Oral Steroids Help Tendonitis deposit box and uses it to contact the Alliance.
Meanwhile, back on Destiny, Camille Wray wants to know what is up and everyone throws a baby shower for Lt. Johansen (Chloe can sew!).
The Alliance picks up Dr. Rush, and Kiva (the not Kate pretty brunette) immediately calls him on the fact that he's not Col. Telford. It wasn't his accent that gave him away, it seems, but the fact that he didn't use the correct code to set up the meet. They shock Dr. Rush with what looks like a Goa'uld serving fork, knocking him unconscious. Before Daniel Jackson can send in the strike force, they take off in a Goa'uld ship.
From here, we switch back and forth between Kiva interrogating Dr. Rush and Col. Young interrogating Col. Telford. Col. Young uses his fists and Sgt. Greer, Kiva and her crew use the previously mentioned Goa'uld fork.
Dr. Rush finally admits who he is, and Kiva couldn't be happier. He can fix their gate and they can dial Destiny. The Alliance wants it all for themselves. Dr. Rush Deca Durabolin Blood Pressure pretends to work, work, work on the gate. Col. Young continues to beat, beat, beat Col. Telford, who finally admits who he is: a big, fat traitor. Col. Young still wants more from Col. Telford, though, and unless he gives up the location of where the Alliance has Dr. Rush stowed, they will vent the air from his holding cell.
Back "4-chlorodehydromethyltestosterone Ireland" to questions posed above, none of which were answered in this episode. What are you thoughts, Stargate Universe fans?
This blogger says yes, that it's not only rude but downright wrong. Imagine if Dr. Rush had taken Dr. Perry up on her offer. Camille Wray would have throttled him.
Yeah, yeah, suspending belief.
All signs point to the original owner of the body dying, but if that were the case why would Col. Young use it as a threat? Col. Telford doesn't care if Dr. Rush lives or dies.