McKay: I'm just trying to think of a combination that makes since with five in the middle.
Sheppard: 15. Its got to have something to do with 15... or nine, or five...
McKay: Shut up. Please? I'm trying to think.
Sheppard: I'm not going to shut up, Rodney. My life's at stake.
McKay: Exactly, so just simmer down, and let me save it!
Sheppard: You ever heard the term two heads are better than one?
McKay: That's a common misconception.
Sheppard: (to Kolya) Give me the gun. I'll shoot him myself.
Kolya: This is taking too long. Choose and go.
McKay: What, you got somewhere you've got to be?
Kolya: Choose and go.
McKay: (whispers to Sheppard) I've got nothing.
Sheppard: Thanks for the pep talk.
McKay: Nine to one. It's all I can think of.
Sheppard: Okay. Step back.
McKay: I'm sorry.
Sheppard: I'm not dead yet.
McKay: Yeah. Sorry.
Kolya: Major. Now.
Sheppard: I got it!
Sheppard: The Brotherhood of 15.
McKay: What about it?
Sheppard: The numbers one to nine can be put in a three-by-three grid so they add up to 15 in every direction.
McKay: Oh you're right. How'd you know that?
Sheppard: It was on a Mensa test.
McKay: You're a member of Mensa?
Sheppard: No, but I took the test.
Sheppard: You want to talk about this now, Rodney?
McKay: Right. Right. Okay.
Sheppard: Two, nine, four...
McKay: Seven, five, three, six, one, eight. That's it. That's got to be it.
Kolya: Good luck.