In “Stargate Universe” Season 2 Episode 1 “Intervention,” Greer and Scott are outside the ship about to be zapped by the pulsar, T.J. is wounded, Kiva is more wounded, and the Lucians are about ready to kill everyone.
Spoilers surely follow.
Greer and Scott, not able to get to the airlock being opened by Eli in time, hit upon the bright idea of heading for the underside of the ship and putting it between them and the pulsar. This seems to work, as they are still alive when they finally enter the ship and rejoin Eli and Chloe. Chloe, by the way, is looking awfully spry for someone who has been shot.
Meanwhile, T.J. is having a vision of being in a log cabin on some planet where things are a little rough, but idylic. There is even a pretty nebula in the sky. Her baby is born, which is nice, but she is soon informed that she will have to go back to the ship, thanks to some aliens who are likely the Ancients. The baby will stay behind, which distresses T.J. to no end.
While Greer and Scott go on a little recon, Eli and Chloe rejoin Rush. Rush has an idea of dialing down the shields so that the next radiation burst zaps the Lucians while they hide out in the shielded hydroponic garden.
Kiva expires of her wounds, which is an oddly bad thing since her second in command is crazier than she ever was. Most of the Destiny crew, along with some untrustworthy Lucians, are put off on a chilly planet to die of exposure.
Meanwhile, the new leader of the Lucians sends a squad to pick Rush up and, incidentally, kill everyone else, includng Eli and Chloe. Fortunately, Greer and Scott show up at just the right moment to incapacitate them and take their weapons.
Rush informs the surviving Lucians that they now must surrender or die. While Greer and Scott (and boy this is a lot of heroics for just two guys, even on an SF series) go forth to rescue T.J. and the other prisoners, Rush, Eli, Chloe and company retire to the garden.
There is lots of shooting and fighting, but in the end the leader of the Lucians is shot by one of his own. The Destiny people on the planet are rescued and the voyage continues anew.
And T.J., having lost the baby, but awake and alive, takes note of a nebula much like the one in the skies of her dream planet. A coincidence? Of course not. This is SF, after all.
Source: Stargate Universe, Intervention, TV.Rage