Stargate: Atlantis (2004–2009)
The premise for "Stargate Atlantis" is established in Stargate SG-1: Lost City: Part 1 (2004) and Stargate SG-1: Lost City: Part 2 (2004).
Rodney of the new time line isn't deadly allergic to lemon. As it is known when he invites Carter to dinner. Lemon chicken.
Multiple references to Stargate Atlantis.
When Weir and Sheppard are discussing the difficulties in ascending, Sheppard says "Believe me, after spending six months with a bunch of pansy wannabes I know". This references the Atlantis episode #2.12 - Epiphany
Mentioned in reference to Mr. Woolsey's absence.
Referenced during "Nerding it Up for Pierre".
Subject of a $2,000 clue in the category "2009 TV Farewells"
when Anna says the trip to Europe would be fantastic, Stan replies "So is 'Stargate: Atlantis' - that doesn't mean it happened."
The "spy" Richard Castle pretends to be is named "Steven Caldwell". Richard Castle tells this to Hans Brauer. Mitch Pileggi (Hans Brauer) played the recurring role of Colonel Steven Caldwell in Stargate Atlantis.
Mentioned by Mike.
Jay Leno mentions that Jason Momoa was on the show
Mod game based on
referenced in clue and correct response in "Sci-Fi TV" category
Several of the sets from Stargate: Atlantis were reused as-is in the the movie Blade: Trinity (2004).
This documentary includes clips from the show.
Ed visits the set of this show; clips are shown.
Stargate: Atlantis is #3.
Stargate: Atlantis is #9.
Quoted by Tomás ("I'm trying, do prdele!") and short clip with Dr. Zelenka was shown.