Stargate: SG-1 - Books

In which we're delighted to have Rodney make a guest appearance.

18. Transitions (Sabine C. Bauer)

Rodney: I always knew these things weren't safe. I mean, sticking a perfectly healthy human... alien being into a mason jar and expecting it to survive is just moronic. Irresponsible. Arrogant. Outrageous.
Sheppard: Talking about yourself, Rodney?
Rodney: Did I mention the word 'genius' at any point?

Rodney: I hate getting wet, just so you know!
Sheppard: Yes, I believe you mentioned it. How about some lemon with that water?
Rodney: Ha-ha! The colonel made a funny. This is how I look when I'm shaken by paroxysms of laughter.

Rodney: He was some kind of hydroponics engineer.
Ronon: A gardener.
Rodney: If you insist on applying the lowest common denominator, yes.

Rodney: (to Carson) Have you got anything to add to that or are you just waiting for the suspense to kill us?

Rodney: Well, what do you expect me to do? Rattle my beads and chant magic spells?

Rodney: Yes! I know you need the shield fully functional. We're working on it. What do you think we're doing down here? Playing strip poker?

Rodney: Oh, no, no, no, no, no. You can't expect me to... Ask anyone! My piloting skills are still, uh, under construction!

Amara: Dr. McKay explained it quite exhaustively.
Sheppard: Yeah. Rodney seems to believe that everything needs to be explained at least seven times in order for lesser mortals to understand it.