"The cultural ramifications of dropping that kind of technology into . . ." Jackson argues over McKay's, "It's just a little jump in technology, it can't be. . . ."
Sheppard rolls his eyes, sighing heavily. It's the third fight between the scientists, neither of whom agree with the military's assessment of the situation.
General O'Neill groans. "You ever think about trading 'em? You take Daniel, I take. . . ." His face slackens and pales as that sentence processes in his mind and he considers all the ways in which that trade could be taken. "On second thought."
"No," Sheppard insists, grabbing the general's arm. "Finish the thought."