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When Harper accidentally overrides Andromeda's personality with an older version, she hunts down the crew and goes on an old mission in which her former crew was slaughtered.
The episode was rated 8.00 from 183 votes.
The crew watches Rev Bem's fairwell message, not sure whether or not to pursue him, or let him leave. Dylan says that they should respect Rev's decision to leave, but Harper snaps at Dylan and storms out. He is upset because Rev had promised to remove the Magog larvae from his gut. He writhes in pain, but when he tries to take his medication, it has no effect, as the larvae have grown immune to it, as Trance and Rev had warned him they would. Soon after, Harper enlists in Chief Technical Director Hohne's help, as well as the other Persieds. Harper plans to build a machine that will fold space to remove the eggs, but it's affecting time, as well.
The episode was rated 7.90 from 167 votes.
The crew of the Andromeda meet an alien race they were destined to face.
The episode was rated 7.89 from 146 votes.
The Commonwealth vessel Andromeda, captained by Dylan Hunt, responds to an urgent distress call to find itself lured into a trap. Nietzschean warships surround them and open fire. Captain Hunt, in a last ditch effort, evacuates the ship and maneuvers toward a nearby black hole. Hunt's first officer, Rhade, a Nietzschean himself, betrays Hunt and attempts to kill him, but Hunt perseveres, killing Rhade in the process. Time dilation near the black hole slows time for the Andromeda and Dylan until a freighter tows it out 300 years later. Dylan now must fight off the band...
The episode was rated 7.84 from 427 votes.
The crew encounter a POW camp full of captured High Guard starships and their AI avatars.
The episode was rated 7.83 from 145 votes.
A Commonwealth conference becomes a backdrop for Magog espionage, while Harper tries to discover how one of their spies managed to remove some of his Magog larvae.
The episode was rated 7.83 from 156 votes.
An arranged marriage between two rival Nietzschean Prides puts the Andromeda Ascendant in danger when Captain Dylan Hunt agrees to transport the bride to the wedding.
The episode was rated 7.80 from 195 votes.
The crew encounter the Vedrans the long-lost founders of the Commonwealth.
The episode was rated 7.80 from 152 votes.
The collectors tell Tyr why they need the map for the Route of Ages. It's a map to the Abyss, and hopefully a way to contain it. Tyr has Beka and the crew has the map. Now it's a race to the Route of Ages. Tyr makes a deal with the Abyss, and a final confrontation will ensue.
The episode was rated 7.79 from 124 votes.
Beka's new boyfriend turns out to be more than she suspected. He will play an important role in the development of the original CommonWealth. Beka learns a secret that should help them if they can ever escape from Seefra.
The episode was rated 7.78 from 105 votes.
Harper finds himself overloaded with information when a dying Perseid transfers data into his brain.The episode was rated from 203 votes.
Trance gets Beka and Dylan to medbay, while Rev goes to see a man about his god and Tyr and Harper are injected with Magog eggs and tied up. Dylan and the Andromeda avatar go down to get Tyr and Harper, leaving Beka behind with orders to use a nova bomb to detonate the "bound" planets' sun in three hours. Meanwhile Rev meets with Bloodmist, and begins to give into his bestial nature. The two of them confront the Magog "god", which seems to convince Rev to kill his friends. Bloodmist takes him to Tyr and Harper, but its a trick and Rev kills Bloodmist. Dylan and Andromeda are overwhelmed when Beka launches the nova bomb, but the Magog "god" manages to absorb all the energy. The distraction gives them time to free Tyr and Harper and get out of there. Trance manages to remove Tyr's spider eggs, but the procedure would kill Harper. He has to take medication to keep them in check, but the medicine won't work forever. Meanwhile, they've figured out that the Magog travelling "bound planets" wThe episode was rated from 200 votes.
Beka decides to leave the crew to fight for themselves, but after all of the promises that everyone will be reunited, Trance tells them that they will never be as they are again. When the Magog Worldship finally re-encounters the Andromeda after two years, Rommie and Harper race to take the Arkology to slipstream, Rhade must teach the inhabitants to defend themselves, and Dylan and Trance fight off the invading Magog. But as the Andromeda becomes covered in swarmships, Trance tells Dylan that he--and only he--may escape this alive.The episode was rated from 117 votes.
Trance is held captive, while Dylan and the rest of the crew try to uncover the source behind mysterious attacks on cargo ships.The episode was rated from 188 votes.
Beka Valentine receives a distress call from her beloved Uncle Sid, but to her disdain realizes that he has become Sam Profit, a big business tycoon.The episode was rated from 202 votes.
When the crew prepares for the launch of The Resolution of Hector, they soon discover that Rommie has had a change of mind and is now working against the crew. Knowing that this is not normal, Dylan sets out to reclaim the ship, and find out what is controlling his friend.The episode was rated from 128 votes.
The Earth explodes before Harper makes his visit, the Andromeda manages to save Harper from destruction and runs from a Nietzschean attack fleet coming from the ruins of the planet. Analyzing fragments of the destroyed planet, Romy finds radical isotopes, proof that the Abyss aided the Nietzscheans in the destruction of Earth. Dylan consoles Harper for his loss, then prepares for the battle against the joined Nietzschean fleet, comprised of the Drago-Kazov, Mandau, and Sabra-Jaguar fleets.The episode was rated from 130 votes.
Dylan and the crew search for a Nietzschean slip-scout carrying a probe that enables one to map every meter of the slipstreamThe episode was rated from 128 votes.
Dylan is faced with a difficult decision when Andromeda slipstreams back in time -- days before the climactic battle of the Nietzschean Revolution where the Commonwealth was defeated and the Nietzschean Alliance was destroyed.The episode was rated from 260 votes.
Beka, Harper, Rhade, and Doyle are searching for Vedran treasure. They find a door that is rumored to hold inside a test that if passed will yield great wealth, but if failed will cause madness. Rhade opens the door and follows Beka inside, but Harper and Doyle are left behind as the door shuts behind the pair. Trance teleports to a carnival on Seefra Two to attempt to uncover more of her lost memories. Dylan goes in search of her, while Harper and Doyle attempt to free Beka and Rhade.The episode was rated from 102 votes.
Last updated: aug 18, 2022
It's a good Job that I don't watch these old Sci-Fi just for the Storyline! To be honest I love it for an escapism, Some people would think I need a psychological test or some rubbish, It'll not be the first time. I even had people asking if I believe in Aliens on the moon, It's only a Username & I love Sci-Fi and Astronomy. I don't care If " Andromeda " as had a few bad weeks and need to make a few cutbacks in a season or two. It's still Science Fiction, Alien Worlds, Space related and the endless Possibilities that still await to be discovered by Man. Just hope I live to see a Manned Mars Landing in my lifetime! The Fact is, I just love Sci-Fi, And these help me feel I'm away from this backwater rock called Earth. Peace!
Quit watching after about 40 episodes because quite frankly I couldn't stand it any longer. I love science fiction but this I could never really get into. It had some good episodes but they were almost always followed by a bunch of bad to mediocre ones. The budget couldn't have been much because it looked cheap on every corner - sfx, masks, props - the sound effects were almost comical at times. I could have stand all this if they had at least decent writing or some science in science fiction. They had neither. And some admittingly good looking girls in tight outfits are not enough. If other people like - fine by me - but I was hugely dissapointed.
Really falls off at the end, but was good before that.
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