Air, Part 2
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|Air, Part 2|
|Original air date||
October 2, 2009
Peter Kelamis as Adam Brody
|Air, Part 1||Air, Part 3|
|Universe Season 1|
Air, Part 2 is the second episode of the first season of Stargate Universe.
While stranded on board the Destiny, the crew discover that the life support systems have failed and the air is escaping from holes in the ship. A team is forced to travel off-world to procure the materials to fix the life support systems.
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Matthew Scott: So you've figured out where they keep the Kinos. What else have you figured out?
Eli Wallace: Give me a break, man. This is my second spaceship, and my first was yesterday!
Matthew Scott: I know. Icarus was my first SGC assignment after training. I haven't been at this much longer than you have.
Eli Wallace: Huh! Did they beam you out of your house?
Matthew Scott: No, you got me there.
Eli Wallace: My head is pounding, heartbeat has accelerated. It's getting harder and harder to breathe... as our very lives are being vented out into space.
Matthew Scott: That is gonna get old very fast!
Eli Wallace: This needs to be documented.
Matthew Scott: No one's gonna see that!
Eli Wallace: How do you know? We made it here; someone else could too. If we die, maybe this can help them to find out what happened to us.
Nicholas Rush: Yeah, well, we're not dead yet.
Eli Wallace: (turns back to the Kino) I'm starting to have slightly blurred...
Matthew Scott: ELI!!
Eli Wallace: What?!
Nicholas Rush: Right. We have to find out people's skills, background, experience—
Matthew Scott: Doesn't take any special skills to die from asphyxiation!
Eli Wallace: Found anything?
Nicholas Rush: Destiny.
Eli Wallace: As in ours?
Nicholas Rush: The name of the ship, translated from Ancient.
- This episode reveals that the expedition only initially had 23 weapons including hand guns.
- This episode reveals that the Ancients never gated onto Destiny.
- This episode reveals that there are several instructional videos (e.g. Stargate 101).
- This episode features several deleted scenes:
- One where Rush and Young talk to Senator Armstrong about the cooling system on Icarus and how that seems to cost the most amount of money. Eli asks if they ever get claustrophobic and Scott replies that its safer than the surface because of dinosaurs, which he then reveals was a joke.
- One where Rush reports back to O'Neill on Earth about Destiny and why he dialed the ninth chevron.
- One where Rush asks his team if they have any news. They tell him about the life support problems and Eli says he thinks he figured out the menu system and Rush says he going to find the bathroom.
- One where Eli asks Rush about the Lucian Alliance and Rush tells him about the myth of the ninth chevron. Eli even thinks Rush came to Destiny in order to become all-powerful.