Sheppard: Please remain seated until the jumper comes to a full and complete stop.
Sheppard: I shot him . . . in the leg!
Sheppard: I was going to say . . . take care of each other.
Sheppard: Like dinosaurs turn into birds theoretically or theory of relativity? McKay: Uh . . somewhere between.
Sheppard: I can't hear you threatening to suck the life outta me until you push the button on the radio.
Sheppard: Should I pay attention to all of these warnings? McKay: Not today, no.
McKay: You’re only gonna have thirty seconds once you release it before it explodes. You need to get as far away as you can. Sheppard: Get as far away from the nuclear explosion as possible – that’s good advice, Rodney, thanks.
Sheppard: Just give me the gun - I'll shoot him myself.
Sheppard: I hate those bugs.
Sheppard: There isn't a night that doesn't go by where that moment doesn't play in my head.
Sheppard: So long, Rodney.
Sheppard: Two arms, ten fingers . . . I'll check the rest later.
Sheppard: If we're taking a page from the John Sheppard Book of Computer Repair, we're really desperate.
Sheppard: The big circle thing.
Sheppard: Now I'm no scientist, but those mice used to be a different color.
Sheppard: I'm a worrier.
Sheppard: Look! I made a new friend.
Sheppard: My body's mutating into a bug, how are you?
Sheppard: You really suck at the whole bedside manner.
Sheppard: A warship? McKay: See, look at his eyes all lighting up again - it's Pavlovian.
Sheppard: There's no place like home?
McKay: Ready? Sheppard: I was.
Sheppard: I really don't like being ignored.
McKay: Colonel Sheppard and I have sort of gotten into this habit of saving each other's lives, and it's my turn.
Sheppard: MALP on a stick.
Sheppard: Good one, John! Shoot yourself!
Teer: You've been alone in your room for so long. Sheppard: I'm being depressed.
Sheppard: I'm starting to develop some serious abandonment issues here!
Sheppard: Chocolate and peanut butter!
Sheppard: Hey there, buddy!
Lord Protector: Your friends – they are concerned about you. Sheppard: Well, to be perfectly honest, I'm a little concerned about me too.
Sheppard: Raising children can be very dangerous.
Thalen: Not Sheppard, no, but I'll tell you what - he is screaming in my head right now like you wouldn't believe.
Sheppard: That's Lieutenant Colonel Errand Boy.
Sheppard: You're gonna need a name. How does Michael sound?
Weir: What's he like? Sheppard: Oh, you know - he's a guy. Didn't pay much attention.
McKay: Place the pressure squarely on my shoulders for a change! Sheppard: Well, I've discovered you're pretty good under the threat of impending death!
Sheppard: We've found a sister ship to the Aurora, called the . . Orion.
Sheppard: That's the plan? McKay: That's the plan! Sheppard: That plan sucks!
Sheppard: Alright, folks, all chairs and seat backs into your upright and locked positions.
Sheppard: Let's just say I'm worried about my grandkids.