4x02 - AdriftRodney: It's just like the video game Asteroids.
John: Whatever works for you.
Rodney: I was terrible at Asteroids. I think I actually scored zero once.
4x02 – LifelineJohn: How's it going, boys?
Rodney: Well, we'd be making a lot more progress if Timmy Torture wasn't trying to kill me every two seconds.
4x04 – DopplegangerJohn: I’m gong to recommend sending a science team back here to check it out.
Rodney: I am a science team!
4x05 – TravelersRodney: No, there's something you're not telling us... She was hot, wasn't she?
John: I don't know what you're talking about.
Rodney: Aw, I knew it. That is so typical.
John: She had me beat, Rodney! She threatened to kill me several times. It wasn't like we were hanging out in the spa together.
Rodney: Whatever. All I know is every time I get taken captive, it’s the Wraith. Just once I’d like to be taken prisoner by the sexy alien.
4x06 – Tabula RasaJohn: You showing any signs?
John: Yeah, same here.
Rodney: Five bucks says you start losing your memories first.
4x09 – Miller’s CrossingRodney: We're about even when it comes to looks, right?
John: Who's been lying to you?
Rodney: No, I'm being serious.
John: I am too. Who's been lying to you?
4x12 – Spoils of WarRodney: Don't worry, I've got an excellent sense of direction.
John: Didn't you say you got lost in a garden maze once?
Rodney: I was ten. Plus, I was running from a bee.
4x20 – The Last ManJohn: The city has solar-powered generators, right?
Rodney: Yes, which would come in very handy if we were trying to power a couple of electric golf carts.
Rodney: There's not enough power for you to gate back to Earth, and without a MALP, going anywhere else would be far too risky. It is entirely possible that you are the last human being alive.
John: You're not doing a very good job of cheering me up here.
Rodney: Oh, consider yourself lucky, young man.
Rodney: The sand has penetrated the lower levels.
John: 48,000 years into the future, you've still got a knack for stating the obvious. All right, what do we do?
Rodney: I don't know.
John: What do you mean, you don't know?
Rodney: Well, I wasn't programmed for this variable!
John: You said you had twenty five years to work on this plan!
Rodney: Well, McKay did, and he brilliantly anticipated a lot of potential problems! It's just that, well, this wasn't one of them.