Title. He'll be the death of us all.
Summary. It was supposed to be a normal mission, explore the planet, come back with a little more knowledge, but since when has any mission for SG-1 been normal? But they are in for biggest surprise of their life; Jack is no more- a three-year-old takes his place. S&J!
Rating. This fic is rated T for safety, I'd say more like K +.
I do not own anything to do with any TV shows, but if I could, I would!
Colonel Jonathan O'Neill, Major Samantha Carter, Dr. Daniel Jackson and Teal'c all arrived on the other side of the Stargate, it was a bare planet, no trees, no sand (they smiled thankfully), no flowers… The whole planet was just grass, or at least as far as an eye could see.
"Come on campers," Jack said as he stepped down the stairs of the Stargate. "Let's go explore another planet," he said as he straightened his hat. "'Cause we all know that we love to do this!"
"You know what they say Jack, another day, in this case, another planet, another dollar." Daniel said as he followed Jack along with Sam and Teal'c.
"Funny Daniel," Jack said. "North, east, south, or west Carter?" he asked.
Sam looked up from some device in her hands. "Um, I don't know sir…"
"Teal'c, pick one," Jack said popping his neck with a grimace.
"North." Teal'c said as he began to walk.
"I thought I was the leader…" Jack muttered, but quickly followed Teal'c north.
The sun, which was much smaller then the ordinary sun, was hidden from view by thick and dark clouds, it looked like it would rain- and it did.
"Damn!" Jack muttered as he stepped in a mud puddle.
Sam was walking as if it wasn't even raining, which bugged Jack.
"Hey look!" Daniel said as he pointed to something far away.
"Hey! What do ya know, it's not just a boring grass… wet planet," he said. "It has a temple too!"
Sam rolled her eyes.
About ten minutes later, SG-1 arrived at the small temple; it could barely hold three people, let alone four and one the size of two.
"This is fascinating," Daniel said as his fingers touched the words carved into the stone walls. "I mean, wow,"
"What's 'wow' Daniel?" Jack asked as he walked over shaking his foot free from water every couple of seconds.
"This is, it's just amazing," he said.
"Everything is amazing in your eyes," Jack said as he leaned closer to the wall. "Hey! It is amazing!"
Daniel looked at him. "You can read it?" he asked incredulously.
Jack fixed his hat again. "You bet, it's the best recipe for chicken soup I've ever heard of." he said.
Daniel rolled his eyes, while Sam held back a giggle.
"No, but listen to this, 'around the-"
"That's wonderful Daniel," Jack said. "Just don't touch anything," he added as he pushed his way over to another corner of the very small stone temple. There was what looked to be like a big white pearl, Jack leaned over and picked it up. "Nice," he said. "The next thing from Zats!"
Sam looked over at he was talking about. "Sir!" she shouted as he vanished. "COLONEL!" She looked at Teal'c who had his staff weapon ready to fire.
"What happened?" Daniel asked as he turned to them. "Where's Jack?"
Sam looked over at him. "He… he disappeared…" she answered.
"Disappeared?" Daniel quoted. "How could he have disappeared?" he shouted.
"I don't know!" Sam shouted back. "He picked up something,"
Daniel turned back to the walls. "Um… um… ha! Sam, what'd it look like?" he asked.
"I didn't really see it," Sam said. "But there was something in his hands."
"Right here it says, 'visitors are granted one wish, from the powerful 'Hannies'," He said as he looked up from the wall. "For all we know, he could have been wishing he was home drinking a bottle of beer," Daniel said.
"For all we know he could be in some Goa'uld's hands!" Carter cried. "Does it say anything else about it?"
Daniel shook his head. "No, then it starts talking about their heritage,"
"Damn!" Sam muttered. "He could have been wishing for anything!" She stopped. "There's nothing about taking a wish back, is there?"
Daniel read around the small temple. "Here! Only one may take back what he had wished."
"How?" Sam asked.
"It doesn't say," Daniel said.
"Daniel, head back contact the SGC, let them know what's going on, help them find him, Teal'c and I will search here."
"Sam, I know-"
"Okay," he said as he ran off.
Sam turned to Teal'c, very worried.
"We will find him Major Carter," Teal'c said with certainty in his voice.
"Thanks Teal'c, let's go."
Teal'c walked out of the temple and into the rain, with Sam right behind him, her hands gripped her gun tightly. After several long minutes, Sam spotted something in her binoculars. "Teal'c, that's not the same temple is it?" she asked.
Teal'c looked through his own binoculars. "No," he replied.
"Come on," she said as she began to jog over there, when they were no closer then twenty feet, Sam saw something, she raised her gun, Teal'c must have saw it too because he raised his staff weapon. Sam signaled to Teal'c, he walked over to the other side of the door. 'One, two, three!' Sam mouthed. They pointed their weapons inside.
"AHH!" a voice cried as dashed out of the temple.
Sam watched as a little boy, no older then four ran out of the temple, the shoes he was wearing were at least ten sizes too big, and he was wearing one of the SGC uniforms. "Oh my god," she muttered, not even realizing that Teal'c had ran after the little boy.
"AHH!" The little boy shouted again, his way to big baseball cap fell off showing his light brown hair. "Lemme go!" he shouted. "I did't do nothin'!"
Sam shook her head, but walked closer to Teal'c and the young boy, she kneeled down next to him, his big brown eyes were full of fear. "What's your name?" she asked.
The little boy looked up at Teal'c, and then back to Sam. "JJ," he answered.
"What's you full name?" Sam asked.
"JJ," he said again.
"Is it Jack?" she asked.
He nodded slowly. "Yeah," he muttered. "How'd you know?" he asked.
Sam stood up and looked up at Teal'c. "Is your last name, O'Neill?" she asked. He nodded again; Sam took a step back, shocked. This was the big brave O'Neill? Now a…- "How old are you?"
Jack held up three fingers. "Free!" he said happily.
Teal'c looked down at the younger O'Neill. "Major Carter, perhaps this is yet another clone," he said.
"Yeah, it could be I guess…" she said.
"A clown? Who's a clown? I 'don like clowns!" he shouted. "They scary!"
Sam smiled a bit; it was hard to imagine Jack scared of anything. "Jack, -"
"JJ!" He shouted. "Jack Junior!"
"Should we not take him back to the SGC?" Teal'c asked.
Sam nodded, but she didn't move, Jack no longer wore pants, his t-shirt came to his ankles and was falling off of his shoulders. "Come on JJ," she said as she held out her hand.
"I'm not 'possed to go with strangers," he said as he took a step back.
Sam kneeled next to him. "Neither am I, but I want to help you, will you let me?" she asked.
Jack stood there as if he was thinking, then smiled and nodded his head. "'O'tay," he said.
Sam smiled. "Good, let's go," she said.
"But, but! I can't walk!" he shouted.
"Why?" Sam asked.
Jack showed her his bare feet where the older Jack's shoes had fallen off. "I might step on glass," he said.
"There's no glass here," Sam said. "I promise," she tugged on his hand to start walking, but he pulled away.
"No! No!" he shouted.
Teal'c walked over to him and picked him up.
"No! I want her to hold me!" he shouted, he turned to her and gave her a huge smile. "Peas?" he asked.
Sam couldn't refuse that adorable smile. "Okay," she said as she took him from Teal'c. "Just this time, ok?"
"'O'tay!" He laid his head down on Sam's shoulder, and fell asleep.
Sam looked down at him, he was so cute, so little, so not Jack.
"He likes you Major Carter, both when he is young and old," Teal'c said.
Sam looked up at him; she could swear he could read thoughts sometimes. "Yeah," she said quietly.
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