Author's Note: Well, I wasn't going to do a second part but then I thought, what the heck? Might as well. This one's short, but it closes things up for you a bit. I guess. Oh, and I upped the rating. I thought PG might be a little too low. PG-13 is just to be safe.

Have fun and enjoy! Don't forget to R/R.

Summary: The aftermath of a simple game.


Truth or Dare:


"I dare you to kiss the next person who walks through that door."

McKay gave a short laugh. "Who is going to come through-" He paused. The entire table had looked up and Teyla couldn't help giggle. "You've got to be kidding me."

Colt looked up, a large smile on his lips. He knew the rumors that had spread throughout Atlantis about that night. And three days later they had grown far out of control- he knew he hadn't walked through Atlantis naked.

He wasn't even sure who had started all of it. He sure hadn't said a word. And he doubted that Teyla or Dr. Weir would say anything. McKay-

Colt smiled again. The doctor in question glanced up. "What?" He had been cranky these past few days. More than usual, that is.

Shaking his head, he looked back down. "Non-tin'."

"Good. Get back to work."

McKay shook his head. That Colt was a weird one. Insane was a better word. He had, after all, agreed to walk naked through the city.

"How much longer do you think he'll stay out there?"

Sheppard shrugged. "He only has to stay out there oh… another twenty minutes."

Teyla looked over at the two men. McKay was sitting beside Sheppard, an unnaturally smug grin upon his face. "You do realize that it is growing early in the morning. People will be coming for breakfast soon."

"Yeah. I'd say in about ten or so minutes someone'll be coming."

McKay nodded his agreement. "He's just naked. It's not like he had to sing and dance as well."

The Major laughed. "Why didn't you add that it?"

"Darn, I should have."

McKay looked up as he heard voices in the hall. Teyla and Sheppard walked by. He shook his head again. If he were Teyla, he wouldn't even be looking at Sheppard after that dare he had given her. On top of being stripped half naked.

"Oh, hey, McKay?"

"Huh?" He looked up, finding the source of his name. Sheppard was peaking in, Teyla standing behind him.

"Dr. Weir changed our briefing. It's in ten minutes, not an hour."

"Gee, thanks. You could'a told me sooner."

Sheppard just shook his head and walked away. "Just my imagination, or is McKay crankier than usual."

"Is that possible?" Laughing, they continued on their way.

He glanced over at her. "Did you hear the newest rumor?" Teyla was shaking her head. "Apparently, we were all drunk. And someone went skinny dipping."

"Skinny dipping?"

"Uh," he muttered, "Swimming naked."

"What is it with humans and stripping?" He grinned, laughing as he smiling at her.

"You really should stop picking dares, Teyla," Weir warned, seeing the look on John's face.

"I am beginning to think you are correct, Doctor."

"Teyla…" he sighed, looking behind him. After the doors opened, they had moved onto the balcony. "I think I have to dare you to take one of those two things off." He said gesturing to the last two articles of clothes she had on.

"Come on, that's cruel, John." But he didn't listen to Weir.

Teyla smirked, an almost slow seductive grin. Stepped up to John, her smiled grew…

"Did that not happen?"

John turned a confused face to her, but she wasn't looking at him. Instead Teyla had walked into the transporter.

She turned around, finding John standing just outside. His look was nearly priceless. But not more than it had been last night.

"Not entirely." He stepped in beside her. She smirked as she felt his arm brush hers.

Teyla was barely an inch from John, her half clothed body too close to his for comfort. And her smile was starting to scare him.

"Which one?" She asked easily.

No, that smile wasn't good. She had something in mind and John had a feeling that he wasn't going to like it.

"I don't care," he replied.

But then Teyla shook her head suddenly. He really didn't like that look.

She brought a hand up to his chest. The movement was slow, resting on his sternum. He would have found this extremely interesting had there not been others around.

"Teyla-" His voice caught as he suddenly felt her hand pushing him back. He grabbed onto her. And suddenly he found himself hitting the cold ocean water just below them.

"I still can't believe that you pushed me over."

"The pool was only a few feet below us. I knew you would not be hurt."

"You pushed me into the pool, Teyla!"

"You deserved it!"

He laughed as they stepped into the briefing room. "I guess I did."

"You did what?"

Weir looked out at the two as she walked in behind them. She shook her head, she couldn't believe that Teyla was still talking to him. But then, she had gotten him back good.

A slow smile crept onto her face as she sat down, Teyla and John doing the same. That had been a fun night. Even worth all the rumors. They themselves were quiet interesting.

"Where's Rodney?" Elizabeth asked, noticing that Lieutenant Ford had been there before them.

Sheppard just shrugged. But Teyla hit his arm. "The Major did not tell Dr. McKay until just a few minutes ago."

"Major, I-"

"I know, I know." She saw him shrug as he slid back into his chair. "But he I thought he deserved it."

"Deserved it? For what?"

John's mouth opened to comment but he was interrupted by:

"Sorry I'm late." Rodney stumbled inside, taking a seat besides Ford.

Elizabeth nodded at the out-of-breath doctor. "That's okay." But then she smiled. What a night that had been…

"Oh you've got to be kidding me."

"What's going on in here?"

"I'm not doing it," Rodney complained, turning back to Sheppard.

"You have to."

"I'm not going to."

Colt shook his head. "It's the rules. You've got to do it."

"Do what?" Rodney looked up, groaning. Teyla laughed harder seeing his frown.

Sheppard looked over and laughed as he said, "Pucker up, Carson."


Hoped you liked it. It's definitely the last part.