On March 6 the ship set sails again with the DVD release of Stargate Atlantis: Season 2! In honor of this we are giving away some copies to a few lucky people.

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- Stargate Atlantis: Season 2 DVD Set

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Synopsis:

Dive into television's ultimate sci-fi adventure series and prepare for more thrilling episodes of Stargate Atlantis: Season 2, on DVD March 6, 2007 from MGM Home Entertainment. Spun off from Stargate SG-1, the longest consecutively running sci-fi series ever, Stargate Atlantis explores all new worlds of excitement with incredible battles, compelling characters, breath-taking visuals and plenty of humor.

The series features a stellar cast including Joe Flanigan (The Other Sister), Torri Higginson (The English Patient), Rachel Luttrel (Imposter) and David Hewlett (The Triangle), who wonderfully capture the show's brave new world. With an enormous following and two Emmy®-nominations (2006) - Outstanding Music Composition for a Series and Outstanding Main Title Theme Music for Joel Goldsmith - Stargate Atlantis: Season 2 is a must have for anyone's sci-fi collection. Available for the suggested retail price of $49.98 U.S. / $69.98 Canada, the Stargate Atlantis: Season 2 DVD set contains all 20 episodes on five discs. The DVD features cast and crew audio commentaries for each episode, numerous behind-the-scenes featurettes and a wealth of production design and photo galleries.

Stargate Atlantis: Season 2DVD Disc Content Specifics:

Disc One:

Episode 201: "The Siege: Part 3" - The Daedalus arrives to defend Atlantis from the Wraith onslaught, but it may not be enough when the team discovers that an even larger armada is on the way.

- Commentary by Director Martin Wood, Writer Martin Gero, and actors Joe Flanigan and David Hewlett

- Mission Directive featuring Director Martin Wood

Episode 202: The Intruder - The Daedalus is infected by a Wraith computer virus, while members of the expedition hope to return to Earth.

- Commentary by Director Peter DeLuise and actor Gary Jones

- Mission Directive featuring Director Peter DeLuise

Episode 203: "Runner" - Sheppard and his team attempt to locate Lieutenant Ford, only to find themselves captives of a former soldier who is being hunted by the Wraith.

- Commentary by Director Martin Wood and actor David Hewlett

Episode 204: "Duet" - A run-in with a Wraith Dart leaves the consciousness of a precocious Atlantis security officer trapped in Dr. McKay's mind.

- Commentary by Director Peter DeLuise, Writer Martin Gero and actor David Hewlett

DVD Features:

- Commentary on The Siege: Part 3 by Director Martin Wood, Writer Martin Gero and actors Joe Flanigan and David Hewlett

- Commentary on The Intruder by Director Peter DeLuise and Stargate SG1 actor Gary Jones

- Commentary on Runner by Director Martin Wood and Actor David Hewlett

- Commentary on Duet by Director Peter DeLuise, Writer Martin Gero and Actor David Hewlett

- Mission Directive: The Intruder featuring Director Peter DeLuise

- Mission Directive: "The Seige: Part 3" featuring Director Martin Wood

- Photo Gallery: Photo Gallery and Production Design Gallery 3

Disc Two:

Episode 205: "Condemned" - The Atlantis team finds a culture that lives in relative safety from the Wraith, because they hand over their criminals to the Wraith -- and crash-land in the volatile penal colony.

- Commentary by Director Peter DeLuise and actor Gary Jones

Episode 206: "Trinity" - McKay puts the team at risk when he tries to perfect unfinished Ancient technology that wiped out a civilization. Ronon Dex discovers that he is not the lone survivor from his world.

- Commentary by Director Martin Wood and Writer Damian Kindler

Episode 207: Instinct - The team discovers a young Wraith girl who has been raised by a human, and is in hiding from the people of her human village in fear of her life.

- Commentary by Director Andy Mikita and Producer Paul Mullie

- Mission Directive featuring Director Andy Mikita

Episode 208: "Conversion" - Colonel Sheppard begins to undergo a disturbing physical transformation after being exposed to Beckett's anti-Wraith drug.

- Commentary by Writer Martin Gero, actors Joe Flanigan and David Hewlett

DVD Features:

- Commentary on Condemned by Director Peter DeLuise and Stargate SG1 actor Gary Jones

- Commentary on Trinity by Director Martin Wood and Writer Damian Kindler

- Commentary on Instinct by Director Andy Mikita and Producer Paul Mullie

- Commentary on Conversion by Writer Martin Gero and actors Joe Flanigan and David Hewlett

- Mission Directive: Instinct featuring Director Andy Mikita

- Introduction to a Character: Ronan Dex

- Photo Gallery: Photo Gallery and Production Design Gallery

Disc Three:

Episode 209: "Aurora" - When the team finds an Ancient warship adrift on the edge of the galaxy, its crew still alive, Colonel Sheppard enters their virtual reality stasis to communicate with them.

- Commentary by Director Martin Wood and Co-Producer Peter DeLuise

Episode 210: The Lost Boys - The team is captured by the missing Lieutenant Ford, who is now leading a group of young men who are taking the Wraith enzyme -- and who wants the team's help in a suicide attack against a hive ship.

- Commentary by Writer Martin Gero, actors Joe Flanigan and David Hewlett

Episode 211: "The Hive" - Colonel Sheppard and his team find themselves prisoners of the Wraith following Ford's attack on a hive ship. Dr. McKay goes to great lengths to help them.

- Commentary by Director Martin Wood

Episode 212: "Epiphany" - Sheppard finds himself on a planet where time passes more rapidly, with no way to contact his team or return to Atlantis.

- Commentary by Director Neill Fearnley

DVD Features:

- Commentary on Aurora by Director Martin Wood and Co-Producer Peter DeLuise

- Commentary on The Lost Boys by Writer Martin Gero and actors Joe Flanigan and David Hewlett

- Commentary on The Hive featuring Director Martin Wood

- Commentary on Epiphany featuring Director Neill Fearnley

- Road to a Dream with Martin Gero

- Photo Gallery: Photo Gallery and Production Design Gallery

Disc Four:

Episode 213: "Critical Mass" - When an operative of the Trust plants a bomb in Atlantis, the team must find a spy within their own ranks before the Wraith arrive and discover the city.

-Commentary by Director Andy Mikita, Rachael Luttrell and Director of Photography Brenton Spencer

Episode 214: "Grace Under Pressure" - When Dr. McKay is trapped underwater in a sinking Puddle Jumper, his only chance for survival may be an hallucination of Samantha Carter.

- Commentary by Director Martin Wood, Writer Martin Gero, Amanda Tapping and David Hewlett

Episode 215: "The Tower" - The team finds a world that possesses Ancient defense technology, where Colonel Sheppard finds himself a pawn in the rivalry between the heirs to the throne.

- Commentary by Producer Paul Mullie and Director Andy Mikita

Episode 216: "The Long Goodbye" - The team discovers two pods that contain the minds of alien beings, who take control of Weir and Sheppard's bodies to continue their personal war.

- Commentary by Director Andy Mikita, Torri Higginson and Director of Photography Brenton Spencer

DVD Features:

- Commentary on Critical Mass by Director Andy Mikita, Rachel Luttrell and Director of Photography Brenton Spencer

- Commentary on Grace Under Pressure by Director Martin Wood, Writer Martin Gero, Amanda Tapping and David Hewlett

- Commentary on The Tower by Producer Paul Mullie and Director Andy Mikita

- Commentary on The Long Goodbye by Director Andy Mikita, Torri Higginson and Director of Photography Brenton Spencer

- Profile On: David Hewlett

- Stargate Altlantis: Stunts Featurette

-Photo Gallery: Photo Gallery and Production Design Gallery

Disc Five:

Episode 217: "Coup D'Etat" - After a team from Atlantis goes missing, the expedition finds itself in the middle of a Genii coup.

- Commentary by Director Martin Wood, Writer Martin Gero and David Hewlett

Episode 218: Michael - An amnesiac young Lieutenant in Atlantis suffers from disturbing nightmares that he is a Wraith, only to make a shocking discovery about himself.

- Commentary by Director Martin Wood and Supervising Producer/Director Peter DeLuise

Episode 219: "Inferno" - Sheppard's team meets a civilization about to be destroyed by a super-volcano, and is trapped there when the Stargate is destroyed during the evacuation.

- Commentary by Director Peter DeLuise and actor Gary Jones

Episode 220: "Allies" - Michael and his Wraith faction arrive at Atlantis to propose an alliance, hoping to use the retrovirus to transform their Wraith enemies into prey.

- Commentary by Director Andy Mikita, Writer Martin Gero and David Hewlett

Special Features:

- Profile On: Paul McGillion

- Commentary on Coup D'Etat by Director Martin Wood, Writer Martin Gero and David Hewlett

- Commentary on Michael by Director Martin Wood and Supervising Producer/Director Peter DeLuise

- Commentary on Inferno by Director Peter DeLuise and Stargate SG1 cast member Gary Jones

- Commentary on Allies by Director Andy Mikita, Writer Martin Gero and David Hewlett

- Profile On: Paul McGillion

- Photo Gallery: Photo Gallery and Production Design Gallery

Technical Specs:

- Run Time: 900 minutes

- Aspect Ratio: 16X9 Widescreen (1.78:1)

- Rating: NR

- Language: English 5.1 Dolby Surround, French Dolby Surround

- Subtitles: English/Spanish (Closed Captioned)

Evan Jacobs