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Stargate Unending: Flashpoint 1x03

By: MajorShipper

Page 1, The new crew of Destiny visits their first planet, on the brink of a civil war. Soon things get out of hand, and they cause a great bit of trouble.

"Flashpoint"

1x03

Stargate Unending

Script and Story by

Grace Carr

Stargate is a copyright of

MGM,

and all rights belong to them.

This is written purely for fun

and as fan fiction, no

infringement is intended.

Stargate Unending Copyright,

Grace Carr 2008, all rights

reserved

This script was made using the

free software Celtx

FADE IN:

EXT. SPACE - DESTINY - ORBIT - BELARIA

Destiny is in orbit of a world that is half sea and half

land, and the land is half desert and half forests of

different types. The sea is split in half by a chain of

islands that go around the equator, looking like stepping

stones. Its a truly bizarre sight.

FADE TO:

2.

EXT. BELARIA - CLEARING/VILLAGE

A small clearing on the edge of the rain forest, with the

desert visible in the distance. In the middle there is a

courtyard with a market, crowded with people.

CUT TO:

3.

EXT. BELARIA - MARKET

Maj. Moore, Maj. Emerson, and Cap. Kiran are navigating the

throng while looking intently at every booth.(NOTE: All the

aliens we see are humanoid, with very little prosthetics,

but enough to make them different from us.) The aliens pay

our team no mind.

MOORE

This is impossible!

He looks at another booth and shakes his head.

MOORE

This planet is not selling

anything useful!

He sighs in frustration.

KIRAN

(O.S)

Major!

PAN:

To see her standing next to a booth that is selling swords,

that, among other things, have hefty handles that are jewel

encrusted. The man behind the both looks at them, then

shrugs.

SELLER

Are you fine people interested in

these excellent examples of

craftsmanship? See, this one here

would look wonderful over your

furnace, and would make any man

think twice!

He holds up one of the more jeweled looking ones.

MOORE

Do you have any...more useful ones?

As the seller frowns and turns to rummage in the back of his

tent, Jennifer turns to him.

EMERSON

(low)

A useful one would not be what Dr.

Jackson wants. The one he showed us

first would have worked.

(CONTINUED):

CONTINUED: 4.

MOORE

I like to sword fight. Maybe you

should get one too. I’ll teach you

if you want.

He smiles at her. She smiles slightly and turns back to the

seller, who has brought out a plain looking simple sword

with a sheath.

SELLER

I don’t think you’d want this, it

belonged to one of the Scourge.

KIRAN

The Scourge?

The sellers eyes open wide.

SELLER

You must come very far from the

tropic if you are not aware what

the Scourge are.

They grin sheepishly. The seller’s eyes open wider.

SELLER

They are the desert

dwellers, raiders. We are on the

brink of war with them, we have to

support of the Aquanauds, and the

city dwellers, but they are

overwhelming in numbers. Even with

our allies help, they out number us

three to one.

MOORE

I don’t mind. What do you want for

it?

SELLER

Bah! Its a curse, you may take it!

He quickly hands the sword off to him. Jennifer looks at him

in surprise.

KIRAN

We will also take this sword, and

those three.

She points at the biggest, most jewel encrusted sword in the

booth, then at two others, which look a lot simpler. If

possible, the sellers eyes practically bug out.

(CONTINUED):

CONTINUED: 5.

SELLER

You-you would pay for all of these

swords?

KIRAN

I would. What is the price?

SELLER

Ah! Six pounds of water, two shirts

like his,

(he points at Eric’s shirt,

which is standard off-world

blacks)

and,

(he leans in close)

a lesson from you.

KIRAN

What??

SELLER

You are a sword fighter, yes?

(she nods)

You are very good, too.

(she nods again, this time

slower)

Then you must teach me! You see,

when the war starts, I wish to

fight. But to fight, you must know

how.

Kiran looks to Eric, and he nods.

KIRAN

Very well. Please, my friends will

stay with you, I must return to our

lodge to retrieve your payment.

The seller nods, she nods back, then slips away into the

crowds.

MOORE

So, what so you need water for?

The seller looks at him like he got his head chopped off.

SELLER

What does anyone need with water?

MOORE

Doesn’t this rain forest ever rain?

(CONTINUED):

CONTINUED: 6.

SELLER

Not this close to the desert.

Beat.

SELLER

I have a question.

MOORE

Hm?

SELLER

Is the sword master....wed?

Eric and Jennifer do a double take. They look at each other,

then at him, and come to a silent decision.

MOORE & EMERSON

Yes.

The seller’s face falls slightly.

CUT TO:

7.

INT. DESTINY - REARRANGER

It looks similar to the ones found in the mess hall, but it

had a bigger platform the beam things onto. Kiran is there,

along with Carol.

KIRAN

And he wants me to train him.

She shakes her head. Nearby, the water is sitting, and as

she talks two shirts materialize. She picks up the shirts

and takes them over and puts them on the water.

KIRAN

I just don’t want to hurt him.

JACKSON

Then don’t hurt him.

KIRAN

You’ve never seen me fight. Please

beam me down.

Carol nods and Kiran and all the supplies are swept away in

an ancient beam.

CUT TO:

8.

EXT. BELARIA - FIGHTING SQUARE

CLOSE UP: KIRAN

She is sweating, and her hair is sticking to her face.

WIDE:

We see that both her and the seller have changed into more

comfortable fighting gear, and are busily clashing swords.

Eric and Jennifer are watching from some bleacher style

seating. She executes a combination that swiftly disarms him

and she brings her blade close to his throat.

Beat.

She releases him and he goes and gets his sword. He hefts it

up.

SELLER

You are indeed a master. However, I

must return to my work. I will

practice what you taught me. You

may take your swords.

He gives her a small bow, which she returns. The seller

moves off. Kiran sheaths her sword and moves over to the

bleachers, where the other three swords lay.

KIRAN

I am glad that I did not hurt him,

but he was not as good as I though

he might be.

MOORE

What are the other two for?

Kiran smiles.

KIRAN

You said you liked to fight? I will

teach you.

MOORE

I know how to fight.

KIRAN

(grinning)

Not with me.

Eric smiles slightly and shrugs.

(CONTINUED):

CONTINUED: 9.

MOORE

Maybe so.

FADE TO:

10.

INT. DESTINY - CONFERENCE ROOM

Everyone minus the three who are injured is sitting around

the table, giving status reports.

JACKSON

I have enough materials to last

until the next planet, but if we

keep getting in materials at this

rate, we’ll have to stop at every

planet.

She casts a glance at the designated ’away team’.

MOORE

From what I saw, these people are

barely getting by, and can’t really

afford expensive minerals and

jewels. The only trade that seems

to have any success is sword

smithing. The seller did, however,

mention other groups people, the

"Aquanauds", and the "City

Dwellers".

JACKSON

That would coincide with the scans

that I took of the planet. It’s an

extremely modified planet, designed

for several different races. One

lives in the desert, one lives

in the rain forest, one lives

under the ocean, and one lives on

the islands. I detected advanced

civilizations on the islands and in

the domes under water.

Surprisingly, they all manage to

co-exist together, with trade and

communication lines.

MOORE

Not all of them.

KIRAN

They call the desert dwellers "The

Scourge", and they say that they

are raiders. That is why the shop

owner wanted to learn to fight.

EMERSON

He says that the forest people have

alliances with the the other two

races, but they are still

outnumbered by the desert dwellers.

(CONTINUED):

CONTINUED: 11.

Beat.

CROSS

Carol, have you made any more

progress with the engines?

JACKSON

We’re still stuck in automatic

jump, so every time we send someone

down, we run the risk of moving

on. But, judging by the average

time, we have around a day at each

planet.

CROSS

What about the hologram?

JACKSON

(scowling)

He’s just like the one on

Atlantis..the stupidest, most

patronizing, thing I have ever

seen. He’s not helping.

Cross sighs and rubs his forehead.

CROSS

All right..Carol, keep working.

Majors’, use the sensors to scout

out the next beam site to collect

some more materials. When you find

it, take Kris with you, I don’t

want to have to leave you behind.

Doctor, you might wanna figure out

some more the equipment in your new

infirmary, just in case.

SMITH

I hope I don’t have to.

Jennifer looks like she has an epiphany.

EMERSON

I have an idea.

All eyes turn to her.

EMERSON

When the scientists came up here to

work on the ship, I was assigned to

escort them. And I pay attention.

There may be something I remember

that could help Jackson with the

ship’s systems.

(CONTINUED):

CONTINUED: 12.

CROSS

Hmm. Very well, Emerson, you stay

with Carol.

(beat)

Anything else?

Silence.

CROSS

Very well, dismissed.

Everyone begins to file out....

FADE TO:

13.

INT. DESTINY - GYM

VERY WIDE SHOT:

Its a large circular room, with two arches, one of which

leads to a room in the background, what we assume is the

main room, the other arch leads to a hall, but the door to

the hall is closed. This room mist be on the exterior of the

ship, because there is a huge window, that takes up most of

the wall. The wall also has seats lining it. There are two

bags on the seats. In the middle stand Eric and Kiran, both

with swords. They are circling each other.

CLOSE:

On them.

KIRAN

Are you sure we can be doing this?

He said to scout for available

sites.

MOORE

And we are. The computer is

searching for one or two. Besides,

we all need some down time.

KIRAN

(good naturedly)

I don’t.

MOORE

Thats just unnatural..

He throws a quick flurry of harmless blows at her. She

quickly parries them, and launches her own attack.

KIRAN

(while fighting)

You know, I’ve practiced sword

fighting for over three hundred

years.

Eric is busy trying to fend her off and doesn’t respond.

Amid clashing metal, they break off, and are back to

circling each other.

MOORE

(out of breath)

That’s...not..fair, I’ve only had

twenty-five years of practice.

Kiran laughs lightly, she is not making fun, but merely

laughing at a private thought.

(CONTINUED):

CONTINUED: 14.

MOORE

(lowering his sword)

What?

KIRAN

I never thought I’d hear someone

say that...what, you must have

spent all your life learning to

fight...

MOORE

When I was eleven, my older brother

started to play-fight with me.

There weren’t many swords, so we

stick fought. I’ve alway thought it

is a good way to develop

coordination. Also, growing up, I

adored movies like

Star Wars.if we run intooff duty, until she heals

KIRAN

Ah..that is an old set of movies.

Once, when I was new to earth, one

of my bunkmates told me that

it was real...

MOORE

Seriously?

KIRAN

Yes.

Moore has his sword down and is grinning during this,

completely unknowing of his danger. Kiran tries to hid a

grin of her own, and she throws herself at him, sword

flashing. He brings his sword up to combat her, but he is

too slow and she knocks it out of his hand while driving him

up against the wall, and brings her blade close to his

throat.

KIRAN

Never let yourself get distracted.

She lowers her sword and walks over to her bag.

KIRAN

Come on, that computer should be

done by now.

Eric grins and rubs his sword hand where she hit it while

walking over to the benches as well.

CUT TO:

15.

INT. DESTINY - ENGINE ROOM

Carol and Jennifer are there. Carol is tinkering with

something.

JACKSON

I hope you don’t mind if I tinker

while you talk?

Jennifer waves her hand at her.

EMERSON

I don’t mind..

(beat)

Well, I was assigned to help the

scientists..because I lost a bet..

CUT TO:

16.

EXT. PX3-973 - CAMP

JACKSON (V.O.)

You lost a bet?

EMERSON (V.O.)

Stranger things have happened.

Similar in looks to the off world camp seen in the SG-1

episode, "Enemy mine", but definitely smaller. In the entire

base there is only thirteen scientists, plus the two SG

teams, so there are twenty one people here, and

consequently, there are only two people out, on patrol.

These people are Major Emerson, and a new character, CAPITAN

SAMANTHA WESTERN, in her mid-twenties, she’s tall, bright,

her life is in the fast track, she’s got her eyes set on

higher things, becoming a major, for example. Slight

southern accent. Brilliant, she is advancing well, and has

an easy-going attitude. She wants to be just like the other

great Samantha, Colonel Carter. (NOTE: These two are the

only ones around.) We come in mid conversation.

WESTERN

Tomorrow.

EMERSON

Well, if it helps, I feel sorry for

you already.

WESTERN

But not sorry enough to switch with

me?

They both smile, knowing the answer.

EMERSON

It can’t be that bad, I hear that

at one of the scientists likes you.

This doesn’t cheer Samantha up.

WESTERN

Still, its glorified baby-sitting.

EMERSON

What we’re doing down here is that

too.

WESTERN

(stating a fact)

I hate spaceships. I was assigned

to the Phoenix for a little while.

Got sick every day. I just don’t

like ’em.

(CONTINUED):

CONTINUED: 17.

EMERSON

My uncle commanded a ship...

WESTERN

Colonel Emerson.

EMERSON

(changing the subject)

I’ll bet you that that scientist

does like you.

WESTERN

(going along)

Bet what?

Jennifer smiles...

CUT TO:

18.

INT. DESTINY - ENGINE ROOM

As before. Carol is staring at her.

JACKSON

Your uncle was Colonel Emerson?

EMERSON

My dad’s brother.

(beat, continuing with the

story)

And so if she won, I would get to

stay with the scientists, and if I

won, she’d take me on a tour of her

hometown, where she says they have

a space and air flight museum.

(another beat)

I lost.

FADE TO:

19.

EXT. PX3-973 - CAMP

Jennifer is herding four scientists together at a corner of

camp. She sees Samantha, who waves and grins. Jennifer

musters a small half grin back.

CUT TO:

20.

INT. DESTINY - BRIDGE

Looking very much like the first time we saw it, in

"Destiny". Jennifer and the four scientist beam in. The

scientists eagerly head over to the consoles, with Jennifer

trailing behind.

FADE TO:

21.

INT. DESTINY - BRIDGE

Now, not flashback. Eric and Kiran are at a console, going

over something. There is a 3-D model of the planet floating

on the console.

MOORE

(touching the ’planet’ in

various places)

Here, here, here and here.

KIRAN

Half of those are in the desert.

MOORE

Yeah, well, thats pretty much the

only deserted place to beam down

at.

KIRAN

I don’t want to run into any of the

raiders.

MOORE

The odds of us beaming down into a

raiding party are pretty darn

slim....

KIRAN

But we have no way of knowing. It’s

not like we have a life signs

detector.

MOORE

We should. I’ll ask Jackson before

we leave. And

trouble, we still have our

subdermal transmitters.

Kiran sighs and shakes her head.

KIRAN

When do we leave?

MOORE

As soon as I can find Matthews.....

FADE TO:

22.

INT. DESTINY - KRIS’S QUARTERS

She’s finally found a set of quarter that she likes. One

entire side is a window to space, the room’s a little bigger

than the others, but otherwise, its just like John’s. Kris

is wearing an apron-like painter’s smock and has an entire

corner that has a table, paints, brushes, all the things you

need to paint. She is walking over to the door, as if it

just rang. She slides her hand over the panel. Eric is on

the other side.

MATHEWS

Sir.

MOORE

(good naturedly)

You sure picked a secluded spot. A

had to use three transporters and

walk endlessly to get here.

MATHEWS

I like my privacy.

MOORE

I’m sure. But if you don’t want

people visiting, you might want to

keep your radio on.

MATHEWS

Yes sir.

MOORE

Get ready your mission gear on,

we’re going down at 1900.

MATHEWS

Why so late, sir?

MOORE

Coolest time of the day in the

desert, Mathews. See you then.

He turns, and walks back down the corridor. Kris looks after

him in puzzlement.

MATHEWS

Yes sir..

FADE TO:

23.

EXT. BELARIA - DESERT

At the edge of the desert, with the forest around 50 meters

away. Eric, Kiran, and Kris beam down. They immediately pull

up their guns and look around.

PAN:

To see them surrounded by a large group of people, dressed

in desert garb, ideally cloaks and robes, aiming crossbows,

bows, axes, and swords at the new arrivals.

KIRAN

(low, to Eric)

What were those odds again?

CUT TO:

24.

INT. KRIS’S POV

Black, with a muted light coming in.

VOICE

(muted)

Kelsa! Btersa ne weri volax nolt.

Veras colan!

All of a sudden there is bright light as the hood is yanked

off.

NEW ANGLE:

Kiran, Eric and Kris are all tied up. They all blink as the

hood that they had on are lifted. There are four other

people in the tent, two women and two men. One of the women

steps forward, a leader.

KELA

Kelsa? Btersa ne weri?!

(switching)

So you are forest dwellers, eh?

Our team members are silent.

KELA

You realize that this means war?

Kiran looks as Eric significantly. He sighs.

MOORE

We’re not forest dwellers.

BERALN

So we’re to assume you’re..who?

Eric looks over at Kiran. She shrugs. He takes a deep

breath.

MOORE

We’re not from this planet. Surely

you know that your ancestors came

from somewhere else, right? That

someone helped them? Well, the ones

who helped them must have been

aliens...like us.

Kela laughs disdainfully.

KELA

You are nothing like the Ancient

Helpers. They did not look like us.

You do. You are forest dwellers.

(CONTINUED):

CONTINUED: 25.

MOORE

Look at our stuff, that’s not

forester stuff!

KELA

(dismissive)

Aquanaud technology.

MOORE

We’re not foresters!

KELA

Then you don’t know what you’ve

done.

(to the others behind her)

Take them outside.

The others(the other two men and the woman) each grab one f

the team members and haul them up, then shove them towards

the tent flap.

CUT TO:

26.

INT. DESTINY - ENGINE ROOM

Carol has moved to something else. Jennifer is still

sitting, but watching intently.

JACKSON

Hey, will you hand me that?

She points at a tablet.

EMERSON

Sure.

She grabs it and hands it to Carol, who then turns and hooks

it up to what she’s working on.

EMERSON

Anyway, the one scientist that was

purely obsessed with the ship was

Doctor Hancock. Marrissa was

outgoing, and knew everything. She

always led the parties that came

here.

FADE TO:

27.

INT. DESTINY - BRIDGE

A group of scientists is here. This is the past Destiny.

Among the scientists is a bright woman in her late-thirties

with reddish-blond hair, and a feisty personality. She is

explaining something to two scientists. Int he background,

Jennifer is listening.

HANCOCK

....if the particles hit the

barrier at just the right speed, it

causes them to shift....

She keeps talking in the back ground.

EMERSON (V.O.)

She was actually fun to listen to,

not like those old frumpy

professors in school, she actually

knew how to talk so others

understood it.

TIME LAPSE:

Marrissa(Hancock)presses a few buttons, and the

window/screen comes alive.

EMERSON (V.O.)

She was very smart too. She figured

out how to get the computer to

answer verbal queries.

JACKSON (V.O.)

Wait.

CUT TO:

28.

INT. DESTINY - ENGINE ROOM

As before. Carol has turned to Jennifer.

JACKSON

She got the computer to answer

verbal queries?

EMERSON

Yeah. I thought you had that

figured out?

JACKSON

No...

EMERSON

See? I am helping...

FADE TO:

29.

EXT. BELARIA - DESERT - CAMP

A large circle of over three dozen tents make up the camp.

There has to be at least seventy-five people here, and a

good majority are gathered in the circle in the middle.

There are metalsmithes, wood worker, weapon makers, and

general suggestions of everyday life. However, there is

something in the air. There’s a few more weapon makers than

need be, men are practicing fighting in another square in

the background, there is the general hum of a restless

people getting ready for a war. In the middle of the square

is a large device, a cylinder with three smaller ones

attached to its sides. It has medium sized round discs

attached all over it’s body, looking vaguely like speakers.

It all has a very smooth look, like a river stone. From the

largest tent, the three members of the team are shoved out,

with Kela following behind. They stop in front of the pillar

looking thing.

KELA

I wish I could claim to know how or

why it works, but I can’t. It was

raided from an Aquanaud facility on

the coast. Our best scientists have

analyzed it, and discovered how to

work it and what it does.

Apparently, it emits a sound that

knocks out the enemy. It seems that

they wanted to use it on us, but

now, we will use it on them. So,

you see, the Alliance that your

people fought so hard to create and

maintain, will fall as easily as if

they were babes. But I fear that

you will not live to see that day.

I’m afraid that you cannot be

allowed to return.

NEW ANGLE:

We see that Kiran has pulled a knife(dagger) from somewhere

and has sawed through the ropes around her hands.

RESUME:

She turns and stabs the woman holding her in the shoulder,

then turns to the man holding Eric. Both Eric and Kris, as

soon as they see Kiran, begin to fight, head butting,

elbowing, etc. with their hands tied. However, soon others

join in on the fight, and Kiran is stabbed in the left

shoulder and goes down, Eric is punched in the gut and he

too falls, and Kris, seeing that the others have fallen,

surrenders. (NOTE: Kiran and Eric are both conscious.)

(CONTINUED):

CONTINUED: 30.

KELA

Now that we’ve got that rather bad

business of rebellion out of the

way..

She nods to the ones covering the team members.

FADE TO:

31.

INT. DESTINY - BRIDGE

John, Carol and Jennifer are gathered around the console.

EMERSON

How far overdue are they now?

JACKSON

They were supposed to check in

thirty minutes ago. I’ve been

trying to isolate their

transmitters, but these sensors

aren’t exactly designed for such

fine scans.

CROSS

Is there anyway to make it faster?

JACKSON

(still working)

Computer, adjust scanning to the

finest setting.

COMPUTER

(sounds just like the

hologram)

The scanner is already set to

finest setting. Please adjust

manually.

John blinks in surprise.

EMERSON

We figured out how to get the

computer to acknowledge voices.

JACKSON

There!

CROSS

Where are they?

JACKSON

In the middle of a settlement,

looks like a camp.

CROSS

Get them out.

JACKSON

We could blow our cover..

(CONTINUED):

CONTINUED: 32.

CROSS

Get ’em out of there.

CUT TO:

33.

EXT. BELARIA - DESERT - CAMP

As before. The no-names are moving in for the kill. All of a

sudden, the team is whisked away in a beam. Kela and her

goons look around in surprise.

FADE TO:

34.

INT. DESTINY - BRIDGE

The away team is deposited onto the floor. Kris and Eric

immediately spring into action, carefully helping her up.

Carol hits a panel.

JACKSON

Janet! You’ve got wounded incoming!

I’m sending them to you now.

She hits more panels, and Kiran, Eric and Kris are all swept

away.

EMERSON

Janet’ll probably need some help..

Carol nods and transports Jennifer away.

CUT TO:

35.

INT. DESTINY - INFIRMARY

Janet is busily at work on Kiran, trying to stabilize her.

(NOTE: There is curtain separating Kiran and Janet from he

main Infirmary.) Jennifer is with Eric and Kris, doing

rudimentary field exams. Angle on them.

MOORE

(ignoring himself)

Will she be okay?

EMERSON

I honestly have no idea. I’m not a

doctor, but I’d say that she’ll

live.

MOORE

I talked her into going.

MATHEWS

But you didn’t tell her to fight,

sir.

MOORE

I didn’t have too, if I’d have had

the knife, I would have been her.

EMERSON

Not. Your. Fault. She’ll be fine.

(beat)

Well, you both look fine, aside

from the bruises and such.

MOORE

(in another world)

She’d better be fine.

EMERSON

She will.

Jennifer is trying to put on a brave front, but she’s not

too sure herself that she’s speaking the truth. As she says

the above, John and Carol come in.

CROSS

Kiran?

EMERSON

No news.

CROSS

Moore?

(CONTINUED):

CONTINUED: 36.

MOORE

(still not here)

I told her it was safe.

CROSS

Major?

MOORE

She trusted me.

CROSS

We’ve all lost people before,

Major.

MOORE

(back with us)

Not me, sir.

Now while Jennifer, John and Eric are all focussed on each

other, Janet quietly steps out from behind the curtain. Kris

is the only one who notices.

MATHEWS

(interrupting)

How is she?

SMITH

She’s very lucky. The knife slid

right below the clavicle and above

the shoulder blade, missing the

subclavian artery and passing right

on through.

(beat, as they look at her

blankly)

She’ll be fine.

Everyone breathes a sigh of relief.

SMITH

She’ll have to stay here for

another week at least, and on the

ship,

completely, at least a month.

CROSS

Can we see her?

SMITH

She’s asleep right now, I don’t

want to wake her up, so, no. Now,

shoo, go on, I’ve got work to do.

(CONTINUED):

CONTINUED: 37.

Slowly but surely, the crew files out, Eric is the last one.

He looks at the curtain for a beat, then turns and leaves.

Janet goes over to a monitor and begins to do something.

FADE OUT:

38.

INT. DESTINY - GYM

Eric is standing in the middle of the room, alone, the two

extra swords laying in a rack.

EMERSON (O.S.)

You just going to stand there?

PAN:

To see her standing in the doorway.

EMERSON

Or you gonna give me that promised

lesson?

She smiles slightly.

MOORE

(almost smile)

Lesson?

EMERSON

(she walks over to the sword

rack and picks one up)

The one you offered on the planet.

MOORE

Oh. Yeah, I guess so.

He gets a sword for himself.

MOORE

Okay, you want me to show you some

moves first, or you want me to

teach you while we fight?

She twirls her sword and takes a stance. Eric looks a little

surprised.

EMERSON

So I know a little...let’s fight

first.

MOORE

Okay.

He nods and takes his own stance, and they begin to fight.

(NOTE: Jennifer has some basic know how, but it is clear

that Eric is the teacher.)

PULL TO WIDE:

(CONTINUED):

CONTINUED: 39.

(NOTE:As we pull out, we don’t hear him actually teaching

her)

FADE TO:

40.

INT. DESTINY - INFIRMARY

(NOTE:There is no sound for this scene)

Kiran is awake, and Janet is standing next to her. At the

door, John gives a play knock before walking in and over to

Kiran. She definitely looks the worse for wear, but puts on

a happy face for him.

FADE TO:

41.

INT. DESTINY - MESS HALL

Carol and Kris are eating. They are having a discussion.

MATHEWS

We started a war on a planet we

know nothing about.

JACKSON

It’s not our fault. Their planet

was practically running with open

arms towards a civil war. They

would have started sooner or later.

MATHEWS

But I can’t shake the feeling that

its our fault. And I can’t help but

knowing that this won’t be the last

time...

FADE TO:

42.

INT. DESTINY - CORRIDOR

Deep in the bowels of the ship, no windows. Trevan is

walking briskly, looking over his shoulder.

CUT-IN:

CLOSE:

On a set of closed eyes. They snap open all of a sudden, and

fans of SGA will instantly recognize the sinister cat-eyes.

CLOSE:

On Trevan as he quickly walks down the corridor, anxiously

looking over his shoulder. He rounds a corner and slumps

against a wall, taking a breath. He pokes his head around

the corner, then pulls back suddenly and runs down the

corridor he’s on. (NOTE: We don’t see what was around the

corridor.)

OVER THE SHOULDER:

A person wearing a leather jacket and who has white hair.

It walks down the corridor, and then turns down the one

Trevan turned down. The corridor dead ends, and at the end,

Trevan is cowering in one of the corners, desperately trying

to fade into the shadows. The person walks up to him and

snarls, reaching out a hand towards him....

CUT TO:

CORRIDOR(The first one)

We hear a scream echo down the hall, then it is abruptly cut

off.

BACK TO:

Second hall. We see Trevan, a whithered husk laying on the

floor. We do a moving pan up the leather coated person with

long white hair to the big reveal. Its a Wraith male, who

snarls and moves off.

CUT TO BLACK:

Beat.

FADE TO:

43.

INT. DESTINY - KRIS’S QUARTERS

CLOSE:

On a picture that portrays a planet covered in fire.

PULL OUT:

To see that Kris is studying it intently.

CUT TO:

44.

INT. DESTINY - JENNIFER’S QUARTERS

She is sitting at her computer.

EMERSON (V.O.)

(in the scene, she’s not

actually speaking)

I hope every day on this ship won’t

be this bad. I hope we can go back

home soon. I hope I live to get

back home again.

Outside the window, the ship jumps into the tear and shifts

to red.

FADE TO:

45.

EXT. SPACE - DESTINY

Destiny comes out of hyperspace.

EMERSON (V.O.)

I hope for a lotta things.

FADE OUT:

THE END

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