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It's a replaceable - some say rechargeable - power cell. You can see a spare on Ronon's belt in many shots, but there is as far as I can recall only one time you see him actually replace the power cell. In the tavern scene near the beginning of S2E7 "Instinct," he replaces the cell near the end of the conversation, just before he stands up. In S4E5 "...


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I reviewed my blu-ray copies and can say that the answer is no. Please see this attached, HD screen grab. Perhaps the low res version could pass, but not in glorious high definition!


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He's referring to a unique Commander Sheppard, from a universe we haven't seen before. There's a follow-up conversation that occurs toward the end of the episode: McKay: Detective. Remember when I told you I once met another version of you? Sheppard: Yeah. McKay: I know you'll probably think this sounds ridiculous, but, a little a while ago ...


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The only public comment I can find (from Producers Joe Mallozzi and Paul Mullie) are found in issue 27 of the Official Stargate Magazine, page 20: Joe: CSI: Atlantis as I titled it! Rob Cooper wrote and directed the episode... Paul: It's an alternate reality in which Sheppard he leaves the Air Force altogether. We're dealing with a Sheppard who's ...


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