||Jack and Daniel involved in a loving and committed
relationship, which usually involves sex.
||A/R, Established Relationship, Angst, Humour, Character
Study, Episode Tag for 1969
||Season 2. Spoilers for 1969, smatterings of SG:TM
||Two lovers come full circle.
||Not a one.
|| 88 Kb Posted to the net 17 Feb 08
Notes: I was watching 1969 on the
Space Channel after work a couple of weeks ago, specifically the scene
where Daniel and Sam are at Catherine's and suddenly, I started thinking...what
if. (But if I say specifically the what if I started wondering about, well,
that would be telling. Read and find out!) This story was the result.
Lovely illo below is by Biblio, for the Jack Daniels Six Pack 2 by Yadda
Press, and was originally entitled Jack Loves Daniel and I snagged it for
are you boys doing here? Shall I top you
“No thanks, I’m good.”
“Yeah, hit me again.”
You’ve had enough.
You drink any more and – “
“Daniel, we’ll leave off discussing my
health issues in front of the nice lady,
if you don’t mind!”
“Oh yeah, you gents are definitely a
I can tell.”
“It’s that obvious, is it?”
“Just a little.
If you don’t mind me asking, how
long have you been together?”
“Not at all.
Thirty wonderful years.”
“That’s really sweet.”
“Yeah, it has been.”
“Aw, lookit him blush.
Quick, while he’s busy being
embarrassed, coffee, mug, fill.”
“There you go, sir.
Coffee as requested.”
“Excellent, and now, to go with, how
about you bring me – “
“You’re wasting your time, and the
roguish grin won’t work either.
He already told me you can’t
have a donut.”
“Ah, you can’t blame an old guy for
quite the charmer, aren’t you?
I’ll bet you turned a few heads
in your day.”
“You have no idea.”
“Look who’s talking, Mister ‘babe on
every pl – “
“You guys are so cute! You’re not from
around here, are you?”
“Not…exactly. We were.
We used to live here…um…”
“A long time ago in a galaxy far, far
How did you know?”
“I’ve never seen you in here before. And the car you
drove up in, noticed it was a rental.”
You ever get tired of pouring java
you should consider a new career path. Ever thought about
the Air Force?”
Not really, but you never know.
But for now, speaking of serving
coffee, I’d better get back to it. You gentleman have
yourself a nice day, and if you need
anything else, just shout out.”
“All right Jack, now you’ve had your
fun with Carrie, who has no idea she knows
us both very well, and was flirting with
the older version of the man who’s
come in here most mornings for the
past two years chatting her up just
as shamelessly –
“Ah, Danny, you know I only have eyes
“And the fact she’s now young enough
to be your grand daughter – “
“Well, there’s that too.
Nice ass, though.
I’d forgotten about that.”
I’m old, I’m not dead!”
“Oh no, if last night was anything to go
by, definitely not dead.”
“Well, you know what they say, while
you’ve got it, use it.”
“Well, that’s not quite – never
mind. Omigawd, Jack, I can’t believe
we’re really here!”
“We’re here all right, Danny, and
it’s been one hell of a ride, hasn’t
“Where has the time gone? It’s been
thirty years since we last walked through
those doors and yet, being here now,
seeing this place again, feels like it
was just yesterday when we... You know,
we really shouldn’t be here. We promised Sam
“Ah, relax, Daniel, what Carter
doesn’t know won’t hurt her.
Besides, what harm could it do? We’re just going
to sit here, have a nice cup of coffee,
maybe a donut or two – “
“No, no donuts.
You know better than that, Jack,
you can’t have a donut.”
“Not even a little one?
For old times sake?
This place makes the best bear
claws in the Springs, if you will
I love you, Jack Russo, and I want
to keep you around for a few more years
“I love you too, but one little donut
isn’t gonna k – “
“All right, all right, chill, don’t
get yer truss in a knot.
Man, you’re strict. Okay, I’ll be good. No donuts.”
Oh, by the way, you did it again. Sam hasn’t called
herself Carter in thirty years.”
I’m not senile yet,
I’ll have you know!”
“I never said you were, it’s just –
“Yeah, I know, I know, Carter hasn’t
been a Carter since 1969, any more than
you’ve been a Jackson, or I’ve been an
no matter what handle she’s using now
“I know that too!
McKay, McSmay, whatever, she’ll
always be Carter to me.
Ah crap, Danny, I know we’ve been
using ‘em all these years, but I’ll
never get used to our aliases. I remember
when it turned out we were…stuck Carter
kept yammering on about the time paradox
thingee and how we shouldn’t go around
creating any, so just to be on the
safe side she thought it was better
if we didn’t use our real names while
attempting to…blend in. So you couldn’t
be Daniel Jackson because there already
was a downsized version of you running
around and I couldn’t be Jack O’Neill
because there already was a Jack O’Neill
out there, even if he was only…twelve
“I was so happy when you finally got
over thinking it was funny driving Sam
nuts for the first five years threatening
to send yourself a birthday card every
“I still think it’s funny, I just got
tired of you busting my chops about it.”
“She’s still pretty pissed at you for
the whole stock market thing.”
“Hey, we had to live!
And it’s not like I changed
I didn’t see the harm in cashing
in, we knew those companies were gonna
go through the roof and make billions,
so what if there were
a couple extra million in the pot for
us? I spread
it around, didn’t make any waves, covered
my tracks. Besides,
she should talk. She
doesn’t know I knew about that secret
room in her basement where she built
all her whatizs.”
Special Ops, remember.”
“Ohhh, how could I forget?”
“Besides, are you kidding, we’re
talking Carter here.
I knew she’d have to have something
with going on with gizmos or she
wouldn’t be Carter.
Stuck in the past or no, if she
didn’t have something to tinker with
she’d have gone insane. She didn’t have
any alien doohickeys to futz with any
more, but applying what she knew about
future technology to make what already
existed bet-ter – no way she could
resist that. And
of course, she didn’t.
That computer she built to do her
research, considering what she had to work
with, it was amazing.
The woman is a frigging genius, too
bad she didn’t go public with some of
the contraptions she jerry-rigged, think
of the killing we would have made if
she’d ‘invented’ a few gadgets early – “
“She couldn’t, Jack, that would have
“Yeah, yeah, I know. Still, it would
have been pretty cool to have had the big
screen in 1975. Oh yeah, and the VCR,
DVD player, oh, what about the Playstation?”
“I was wondering when you’d get around
to that one.
You’ve finally got one now, so
get over it already.”
“Yeah, waited all those years and now my
reflexes are shot.
There’s irony for ya.”
I still can’t believe it.
Any regrets, Jack?”
“Not a one, Dannyboy.”
“Oh, that’s so not true!
It took you six months to snap out
of the funk you were in when you realized
it was really over.
We’d never go through the gate
And we were stuck in a past with no
But let’s not dwell.
Okay, maybe one or two regrets.”
“I can think of one really big one.”
“Yeah, me too.”
“We haven’t talked about him in
What else is there to say.”
“Jack, what you had to do, it wasn’t
your fault. It was his decision. He knew better than
any of us what was eventually going
to happen to him when his symbiote
he also had the courage to make us
see it was too risky for him to try and
live amongst us, even for a short time,
while he waited for it to happen.”
“We could have put it off a little
longer, found a way to save him.”
We haven’t found a way for him to
survive without the symbiote in 1999, back
in 1969 – there was no chance of that. And as for waiting… Face it Jack, he
was right. We
all knew there was no place for him
in our world in 1969.
Especially in 1969.
Hell, he’s enough of a security
risk in 1999, but back then, if something
had happened to him, an accident, any
reason whatsoever for anyone to have
examined him, found his symbiote – “
“I know, I know, it could have let the
whole thing out of the bag, jeopardized
all our futures, potentially put the
kibosh on the program, thrown the entire
universe out of whack, dogs and cats,
living together, mass hysteria and
Still it was a pretty crappy way
for him to go.
Even worse, I’m the one…”
“I know, but it was his choice.
He knew there was no other way. He had to disappear,
completely, leaving no trace behind,
no possible chance anyone could find
any evidence of his existence, or learn
about the Goa’uld.
At least it was quick – he
“I miss him.”
But he died free, Jack.
It’s what he wanted.”
It still sucks.”
I know how hard it was for you to
have to…do it, and it didn’t get any
easier for you, all those years, knowing
it was coming, and then, when it was
“It had to go down the way it was meant
At least this time, I didn’t have
to see it.
But enough about me, how about
“What about me what?”
“Regrets. You got a few?”
“You know I do.
It was hard, knowing they were
still alive, and I couldn’t… And
then, knowing where, when and how they
were going to…”
And I had to let it happen.
Couldn’t save them a second
“You know why we had to let that
scenario play out too.”
“Yeah, I do, the same reason why
you…couldn’t stop Charlie from…you
If I changed my past, I’d change
my future and probably all of our futures
because if my parents had lived it's not
likely I would have become me and ended up
where I needed to be when Catherine
came to recruit me for the program. You know, Jack,
there have been many times I couldn’t
help thinking, maybe that wouldn’t
have been such a bad thing. Maybe the world
would have been better off if I hadn’t
opened the damned gate in the first
“Well, I can’t speak for the world,
but whatever state it would be in with or
without you being there to get the whole
gate rolling, one thing I do know for
sure if you hadn’t, I wouldn’t be here.”
“You heard me. If you hadn’t opened
the gate I’d be six feet under right
called back for the
mission was the
only reason why I didn’t put a bullet
in my brain.”
“No, that’s not true, I know you; you
wouldn’t have done it.”
“Oh yes, I would have.
You know the man you made me. You’ve forgotten
the suicidal bastard I used to be. I owe you my life
more times than I can count, and I
couldn’t be more grateful for that,
and for you. So
let’s not hear any more ‘maybe the
world would be better off if I’d never
done anything’ crap talk.”
How is she better off?”
“Daniel, she’s been beyond your reach
for thirty years.”
“Don’t you think I know that?
When we went back in time, she
wasn’t even born yet. In a way, that made
it worse, because I knew what was coming
and when, I knew what was going to
happen to her, and I couldn’t reach
her, couldn’t warn her, couldn’t stop
it a second time.”
“Daniel, I went through all of that too
with Charlie, and it’s just – it’s
just no good thinking that way. There was nothing
I could do to save him, nothing you
could do for her, you’ll only make
yourself mental dwelling on it.”
“I know, I know, that part of my life is
long gone, I love you now, and even if we
somehow met...again, there’s too much
time and distance between us. I’m – I’m old enough
to be her grandfather now and she’s…she’s
young, she could have her whole life
in front of her. If she ever gets the
chance to live it. Our
present selves are about to go into
the past, and when we do, we’ll be
gone – and she’s still out there, Jack,
still a prisoner.
Who’s going to help her, look
for her now?”
“I don’t know, Danny, we’ll think of
“It’s too bad we couldn’t have kept
in touch with Michael and Jenny.”
“You kidding, they’d seen too much
That hokey cover story we had to
come up with had them convinced we were
aliens, we couldn’t very well hang out
with them after it became clear we
weren’t going anywhere.
So we had them drop us off and
we went on our way pretending we were
rendez-vous-ing with the mother ship
and they were none the wiser.”
“Yeah, I understand all that, but still,
I wonder what happened to them.”
“They were good kids, I’m sure they
made out fine. Enough chit chat, where
the hell are we, anyway?
The other us-es, I mean. We’d better hurry
up and get here, I’m gonna have to
hit the can again soon and I don’t
want to miss anything.”
told you not to have that third
“Well, what was I supposed to do, you
wouldn’t let me have a donut!”
Jack, there’s your truck!”
“Don’t shush me – they can’t hear
us, they’re out in the parking lot. Oh God, you’re right,
there she is! Look
at that beauty, Daniel isn’t she
Oh baby, I’ve missed you!”
“Jack, grow up, it’s just a truck.”
“Just a – wash your mouth out with
decaf - you’re lucky I love you,
“Jack – Jack –
omigawd, there we are!
Oh my, I forgot I had all that hair, I look like a cocker
spaniel and I’m…did I really look like that?”
“Still do, baby.”
Totally delusional, but sweet.”
“I aim to please.”
“And you...you’re so handsome,
and…your hair it’s
Wow, barely a hint of silver. Not that I mind
the silver, in fact I love it – “
“Hope so, you’re mostly the reason for
“Shut up, I’m talking.
As I was about to say, before I was
so rudely interrupted, I do love the
silver, but there’s something so –
so sexy about the brown, maybe because
it’s been so long since I’ve seen you,
Oh Jack, look at us, I can’t
believe we were ever that young.”
“You kidding, you were even younger.”
“I have no idea what that means. Now
behave yourself, we’re coming this
“DANIEL, GET YOUR ASS IN HERE!
I – I remember this!
You were yelling at me, and then
I – >“
“Jack, will you just…we are not
You know, you really don’t have
to do this.
Pick me up on the way to work, I
mean, especially if it’s going to be
such an obvious inconvenience for you. I can drive myself
to work, I have a perfectly good car
and I do know the way.”
– and then he – I mean you – >“
“That may be, but your alarm clock
doesn’t work worth shit.”
I remember this too.
They’re making straight for us. Wait for it…>”
“It works just fine!
Once, once I didn’t hear it and
you’re never going to let me forget
"Once? Seems to me your
memory’s on the fritz too. I make it at least
three – “
Watch where you’re going!”
God, I’m sorry old timer, I
didn’t mean to walk into you like
“God, we’re sorry!
He’s just – so – are you
“I’m fine, sonny, we’re fine.
No harm done.
As you were.
“You too, gents.
Have a good one.
Come on, Daniel, let’s go!”
I can’t believe you did
that! You could have really hurt that poor
old man! What’s
next, bowling over blind men?”
“Daniel, Daniel, you had quite a mouth
on you back then, didn’t you. Still do, if I recall
“Omigawd, Jack, we walked right past
ourselves and didn’t even know it!”
ourselves, you mean.
So what do you know, Carter did all
that freaking out for nothing. We were supposed
to come here today because we were
here back then. I
“We’ve come full circle.”
Touched ourselves and everything.
So much for Doc Brown’s
Back to the Future?
Exploding time and space
“I thought you didn’t like sci fi.”
“I’ve developed a new appreciation for
it over the years.
Got caught up on a lot of stuff I
passed on the first time around. Look at him, the
younger me. Lucky
bastard, his Daniel
lets him have a bearclaw.”
“Well, firstly he doesn’t have to
watch his sugar intake like you do, at
least not yet.
Secondly, Daniel isn’t ‘his’. Not now, anyway.”
“Only because I never said anything. You might not have
been mine then, but I sure’n hell was
“God, Jack, that’s the sweetest thing
you’ve ever said to me.”
“And I meant every word.
Now can I have a donut?”
“No, but I’ll make it up to you later. Oh Jack, look at
us. We have
no idea what’s about to happen to us,
that this is our last trip to the mountain,
and through the gate, and the next
time we see this place it’ll be thirty
“We could change that. There’s still
missed our shot to get back using the
solar flare info Hammond gave Carter
because we didn’t know Catherine would
be at that conference in Chicago, and not
at home in New York.
Without her, we had no way of
finding the gate in time. That was our bad luck when we
made this trip, but we could make sure
that doesn’t happen to them. We can walk right
up to those other us-es and tell ourselves
where the gate will be in 1969 – in a
huge, honking crate in an armoury in
“Jack, I thought you gave up trying to
find out where the gate was in 1969 years
Took some doing, but I finally
Don’t look at me like that, I
wanted to know.
Call it closure, if you will.
It won’t do us any good now,
but it could make all the difference to them.
“We could do that.
We could tell them. But what about
tell them where to find the gate in 1969
and we’ll change our
If they get to the gate and go through
in time, if they make it back, here, to
their time, if we don’t stay in 1969,
you and I, everything we’ve shared
together for the last thirty years, it
would never have happened. Jack, we wouldn’t happen, we’d
– we’d cease to exist.”
And, as time paradoxes go, this one
would make Carter’s head explode. I
never said we should do it, just
we could. However,
having put it out there, I never seriously
meant for us to follow through.
They are us, and the very fact
we’re even here to see ourselves from
the other side, not only can we not say anything to them,
obviously, we didn’t. We matter, Daniel,
just as much as they do. Though it
wasn’t the life we would have chosen,
it was ours, it is ours,
and all things considered, it hasn’t been so bad.
We’ll let them go.
We’ll let it play out for them
just the way we lived it before. Maybe in another
reality we get home and good on us
if we do, but in this one – this was meant to be – we – we
were meant to be. I
know we were talking about regrets
before, and we both have them but I’ll
tell you one thing I have no regrets
about. You –
“That’s two things.”
“Technically – yes, and no.
Stop being so damned pedantic you
old coot; I’m going for a moment here.
I’m trying to tell you something you – “
“Hah, look who’s calling whom
‘old’ you incorrigible asshole – “
“I don’t regret a moment of every day
we’ve spent together.
You’ve brought me thirty years of
“If you’re talking the amount of time
we’ve actually been together together, well,
technically, it’s 28 and a half years
Oh, I’m sorry, you were
You ruined it.”
“Oh stop pouting. Admit it, if I’d
allowed you to finish that sentence and
commit an actual, emotional infraction
you’d probably have died of
I love you too.
I wouldn’t have missed the last
thirty years with you for all the gates in
the universe and I’m with you. Let us go, so we
can be us.”
“You really mean that?”
You’re the only reason I made it
through all those years, and I’m the man
I am today.
Damned glad I had you, babe, damned
glad we had each other.
We were the lucky ones, though. Shame about Carter,
she didn’t have it nearly so good. She must have been
pretty lonely, on her own.”
“It was her decision, Jack.
You know she couldn’t allow
herself to get involved with anyone in
the past, it could have changed history.
I mean, what if she met and married
some guy who should have married someone
else and had a baby that was supposed
find the cure for cancer or something,
but now wouldn’t because they’d never
“That line of logic still makes my head
Well, anyway, I always thought she
was nuts to put herself on the shelf like
that, but what are you gonna do. Mind you, after
today all that will no longer apply,
so it maybe it’s not too late for her. Okay, sure, she’s
a little longer in the tooth now, but
for a women her age she’s still a looker
and she’s got a few good years left
in her yet. It
could still happen.”
“What do you mean after today – “
on, Daniel, put a lid on that thing and
“I’m coming, I’m coming!”
“Sorry again, dudes.”
“It’s okay, son, we’re old, but
“I’ll bet you are.”
“You boys work up at
“As a matter of fact, we do.
what are you - >”
Funny, so is mine.”
“You don’t say. Small world.”
“Isn’t it? Say,
you look kind of familiar.
Don’t I know you from
“Don’t think so.
Well, boys, don’t let
us keep you.
On your way, now, go save the
Look after yourself son, and watch
out for Daniel too.”
“Thanks, I will.
See you later.
Well that was…weird.
How the hell did he know your
“Oh, I don’t know, maybe because
you’ve been bellowing
it from one end of the shop to the
other ever since we walked through the door!”
Shut up and drink your coffee.”
“Are you nuts!
Talking to yourself like that – what
were you thinking?
Like playing with fire much,
“I married you, didn’t I?”
“And there we go.
On our way to the past.
Looks like our job is done here,
“To quote our dear friend, indeed. Now what, we go
back to the motel?
Hobble about the Springs and
reminisce about old times?
“No, actually, I had something else in
Oh yeah, what did you mean before,
when we were talking about Sam, what you
were saying after today that would no
longer apply – what would no longer
“Just what I said.”
“Jack, I’m too old for headgames.”
“You’re never too old for headgames. Come on, Daniel,
work with me here, you’re a bright
guy, you can figure it out. For the last thirty
years we’ve had to lay low and play
it safe because we were living in our
own past, and we had to be careful
we didn’t do anything to change it. Well, this is the
day when that all ends, the second
those other us-es go through the gate,
all bets are off. Danny,
don’t you see, you said it yourself
earlier, we’ve come full circle. As of today, the
past is officially over. From this point
onward, we’ll be living in our present, creating
a future for us that
hasn’t been written yet.
We’re finally free.”
“Omigawd, you’re right.
We can be – we can be us
again because – because – “
“Now yer gettin’ it.
Listen Daniel, I’ve been thinking
about this for a long time. We’re off the clock
now, we don’t have to hide. There’s nothing
stopping us from being who – and what
we used to be.”
“Jack, are you thinking about what I think you’re thinking? We – we can’t!”
“Why the hell not? Give me one good
“Well, we’re old
now, for one thing!
In case you hadn’t noticed!”
“Okay, I wasn’t suggesting we walk up
and demand he let us back through the
gate, but we still have a lot we can
bring to the program. Correct me if I’m
wrong, but you are now the only person
on the planet who speaks Goold. And all that research
you’ve been doing through the years,
the SGC should know about that. That guy in – in - “
. Seth. Yeah, I definitely
think he bears investigating.”
You could tell them about him.
You could make sure they still
keep looking for Shau’ri. Maybe it won’t be
you, personally who finds her, but
who better to evaluate whatever intel
the SG teams bring back, you could
look for clues, tell them where to
go to track her down.
There’s plenty you still have to
offer to the SGC they desperately need.
And they do
still need you Daniel, even a version of
you that’s thirty years older than the
one who was working for them until
“And you too.”
“Maybe not so much.
I figure I can use you as a
“Make us a package deal, no me without
“You got it, kiddo.”
“Well, I wouldn’t go back without you
You know that.
Wow, you’ve really thought this
through, haven’t you?
“They still need us, Danny.
Count on it.
Yeah, we might be 30 years older
than when we went through the gate
this morning, but we’re still SG-1. The job’s not done. We’ve got promises
to keep. You,
to Shau’ri and
me – “
“His people are still slaves to the
I told him I’d make sure his
dream of freedom for the
wasn’t forgotten, that somehow, we’d
make it come true for them, and for
him. The SGC
owes him – and I plan to see they make
“I don’t disagree with you Jack, and I
will admit, I’ve wanted to be able to go
back more than once.
But – but, I’m not sure what
– I mean – look
“We’re old, Danny, but we’re not
Besides, nothing is impossible.
We’re talking the Stargate here. It’s
a huge, honking universe, who knows
what medical advances or alien gizmos
we’re gonna find out there. Maybe we’ll run
across something that could – I dunno
– fix us. Hell,
nothing else we know Tok’ra hosts live
for hundreds of years, maybe we’re not
so far gone a couple of them could give us
a new lease on life.”
“Are you serious! You’d actually volunteer
to have a snake in your head! You!”
“I’ve had thirty years to think about
this, and as you have already pointed out,
I’m not exactly a spring chicken any
don’t know how many more years I’ve
got left in me but one thing’s for sure,
now we’re finally ‘home’, what time
I do have left, it’s not nearly enough
to make up for all the years we missed
going out there.
I’m not ready to go out quietly
any more than you are. Besides, if getting
a Tok’ra snake in my head meant I got
to spend a couple hundred years with
you, yeah, I’d do it. Youbetcha.”
“I’ll get back to you on the Tok'ra
option but as for the rest of it, we're
gonna do it. We’re going to go back. How are we – surely
we’re not going to waltz up to the
front gate and say ‘Yoo hoo, it’s really
us, let us in?”
“We might not have to.
knows what’s going
to happen to SG-1 today, where we went,
and how much time we have to get back. He’s hoping we’ll
make it, but he also knows if we don’t
come walking through the gate within
the allotted time frame…”
“We’re not coming back.
At least not that way.”
So, when we don’t return through
the gate – “
“Oh, I see where you’re going with
this, he’ll know he’ll never see them
again, but he’ll probably be
expecting us. Because if we had
survived all these years, we’d know
when we went back, so in the proper
course of time, which to us would be
thirty years but to him, no more than
a day or so, he’d figure we would probably
return to when it all began, if for
no other reason than to let him know
what happened to us.
Yeah, he’ll be expecting us, all
“Well, wouldn’t you be?
We have to report back in if only
to give him our final mission reports. And, oh yeah, I
also need to give him my resignation.”
“Had it typed up and ready for him for
– oh twenty eight and a half years.”
“You mean you – before you – “
Gotta do things right.”
“I love you Jack O’Neill.”
“That’s Russo, remember.”
“Not any more, remember?”
“So, we’re going back.
How are we going to do this?”
“I figure, screw the motel, we’ll go
back to my place, spend the night there,
a call in the morning. Why not, I remember
where I used to stash the spare key,
so getting in
is not a problem, the place is empty,
and the other me isn’t going to be
home for another, oh thirty years. Hell – it’s still
“Oh man, I missed that place, and my
apartment – and all my stuff! It’ll be great to
see my piano again.”
“It’s all there waiting for you.
Including your crappy old car.
We can pick up your keys from your
locker after we finish debriefing
you can go and bond with your stuff to
your heart’s content.
Me, I can’t wait to get
behind the wheel of my truck again.
If I remember correctly I just gave
the girl a tune-up last week, so she
should be running like a top.”
We’re really back.
I can’t believe it.”
We’ll give Carter a call when we
get back to the house, if she catches a
flight tonight, we can all go in together
Somehow, I don’t think she’ll
have any problems with joining the senior
version of SG-1.
But before we do any of that, my
back teeth drowned ten minutes ago,
I’ve really gotta pee! “
“I know, I know, I’ll take care of the
bill, you – take care of business, and
I’ll meet you at the car.”
“Sounds good, Danny and then, let’s go
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