3 Works in Episode: s09e09 Prototype
Overall, Jack is pretty happy. He’s just met his guide and they’ve got a sweet new second level accord (okay, so the fact that they totally bypassed the first level is, perhaps, concerning). Not to mention, Tony is apparently a shoo-in for that new investigative unit Paul wants. However, not everything is as simple as it appears. His new guide has a ton of baggage from his last “perfect” sentinel and a talent for finding more (and weirder) trouble than Jack has had contend with since he was responsible for Daniel Jackson. Including a new and totally unexpected threat to Earth.
Against all odds, Tony has met a second perfect sentinel. Moreover, they have somehow managed to form a second level accord without even trying. This should be enough trouble for even Tony to be getting on with. But then Jack reads Tony into the top secret program he’s working on over at the Pentagon, and suddenly, Tony is being sucked down the rabbit hole into a world where aliens exist, space travel is possible, and Earth is in almost as much danger from its own people as it is from its offworld enemies. It’s at times like this that one has to ask oneself: what would Will Smith do?
- Part 3 of This Space Opera
A collection of Daniel Jackson drabbles and short fiction.
Fair Power — episode related "Fair Game"
Being Daniel Jackson — episode related "Fallen"
Role Model — episode tag "Prototype"
Cam's trying his very best, but he's beginning to get worried it might not be good enough. Daniel's got an advantage: he knows his best has never been good enough.
Jackson's eyes are closed and his face is peaceful, more peaceful than Cam's ever seen it before, and he doesn't want to interrupt. In the candle-light, without his glasses, Jackson looks five years older, which puts him at about the age his file says he really is. Cam's caught by the flicker of shadows across his face and wonders what he's thinking.
- Part 5 of the eurydiceverse