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'''Peru: '''Sheppard, Ronon, and Jackson gather information about Janus's whereabouts from the local people. After getting into and wining a bar fight, they get information that leads them to another one of Janus's secret labs. When they confront him, Janus attacks them and Ronon stuns him.
 
'''Peru: '''Sheppard, Ronon, and Jackson gather information about Janus's whereabouts from the local people. After getting into and wining a bar fight, they get information that leads them to another one of Janus's secret labs. When they confront him, Janus attacks them and Ronon stuns him.
   
'''New Athos: '''The ''Daedalus'' arrives and learns that the aliens have enslaved the human populations on several other worlds. They also learn that a [[Traveler]] had recently left the area and they purse it.
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'''New Athos: '''The ''Daedalus'' arrives and learns that the aliens have enslaved the human populations on several other worlds. They also learn that a Traveler had recently left the area and they purse it.
   
 
'''Atlantis, Earth: '''Sheppard and Ronon return to Atlantis with Janus. After they take him to a security cell, they learn that there is a buildup of power in the [[Zero Point Module]]s. Woolsey orders Atlantis to leave [[Earth]] and to engage the wormhole drive to prevent the overload from killing all life on Earth.
 
'''Atlantis, Earth: '''Sheppard and Ronon return to Atlantis with Janus. After they take him to a security cell, they learn that there is a buildup of power in the [[Zero Point Module]]s. Woolsey orders Atlantis to leave [[Earth]] and to engage the wormhole drive to prevent the overload from killing all life on Earth.
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