SHEPPARD: My childhood hero was Evel Knievel.
TEYLA: Was he not evil?
SHEPPARD: No, that was just his name. He was a daredevil … which isn’t a kind of a devil, he just jumped motorcycles over things.
SHEPPARD: Just because. Didn’t always make it, either.
TEYLA: And you greatly admired this behavior?
SHEPPARD: No, I just … Look, at least my hero is human. McKay’s is Batman!
McKAY (appreciatively): Mmm. Misunderstood and un-appreciated by many, his most formidable weapon was the power of his brilliant mind. Not just a hero — a superhero.
BECKETT: Dougie Angus Wood, the Highland Giant. Not only a hero but a legend in Scotland.
DEX: The Marke Hartoren — my first unit commander. He once fought and killed twelve enemy soldiers, gutting them with his bare hands. He was also a funny guy, too!
McKAY: Yes, I can imagine the jokes and the entrails flying.