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Dylan runs into a problem while analysing a black hole and imagines what his life would be like with a family before the common wealth fell.
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Andromeda from 138 votes.
Dylan exits the route of ages and ends up on Seefra. The beings on Seefra have limited technology and no escape from the system. Dylan finds Rhade, who's not too thrilled to see his former Captain.
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Andromeda from 123 votes.
While Harper develops a way to save the Seefra system from its impending doom, a spy has slipped on board the Andromeda. Dylan, Rhade, and Trance all feel that someone who should not be aboard is, but cannot confirm their suspicions. Things turn south when the spy attacks Beka by opening a portal to open space inside the ship.
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Andromeda from 97 votes.
After rescuing some people from a storm, a 'maggot' is brought onto Andromeda. This maggot chews through the systems and activations an old hologram of a crew member. This member had sealed himself in one of the hidden decks before the event horizon and had some through it. Believing that Dylan has betrayed the Commonwealth, an avatar and android of the crew man takes over the ship to bring Dylan to justice...
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of Andromeda from 126 votes.
Tyr receives a communication from a human on an abandoned planet and leaves to meet her. As he does, a mad scientist boards the Andromeda using dark matter ninjas. After beating them, the man introduces himself. He loves the woman Tyr is with and wants to kill her, if he cant have her, nobody can. After saving her, he forgives her and lets her live. The episode ends with Tyr revealing that she is actually a Neitzian, the last female from Codiac, Tyrs pride. He says that he wants them to start a new Codiac pride but she refuses and Tyr leaves.
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Andromeda from 124 votes.
As an old friend of Beka's has died, she tells the crew about her past.
The episode was rated #6 Worst episode of Andromeda from 147 votes.
Resuming from the previous season, the Andromeda is on the edge of a dimensional portal searching for Beka and Tyr. In an attempt to save them, Harper has constructed a device to reopen the portal. Using this Dylan enters the portal in the Maru. As he returns to Andromeda without his missing crew members, they appear on the ship. With no explanation to where they have been, they both attempt to get the ship away from the dimensional rift. Beka and Tyr seem to be acting very strangely and Harper discovers that there is a signal coming from the portal that is controlling Beka and Tyr. As Beka tries to get the Andromeda to enter the portal and kidnaps Trance, Tyr kidnaps Rommie and then erases the ships core AI. Trance frees herself from Beka's restrains and fights her on the deck of the Maru.Tyr and Dylan then get into a fight while the Andromeda is slowly moving towards the rift. Harper manages to close the rift just as Tyr is about to kill Dylan. This severs the connections and Tyr and
The episode was rated #7 Worst episode of Andromeda from 159 votes.
As the Andromeda responds to a distress call from a planet on the brink of destruction, the crew intercept a transmission from a ship returning to the surface. After seeing the message from Rev Bem the crew loads up to save him from the planet. As Rev is following the path of the Divine flashbacks occur of the Andromeda crew to help him on his way.
The episode was rated #8 Worst episode of Andromeda from 129 votes.
Andromeda captures a smuggler with a shipment of bioarmor. They try to track down the origins of the armor. But there's more to the living armor than they first realize.
The episode was rated #9 Worst episode of Andromeda from 115 votes.
Beka's recent behavior is explained. The Abyss has infected her, they must find a way to cure Beka, and free her of the Abyss.
The episode was rated #10 Worst episode of Andromeda from 110 votes.
Dylan finds Harper, he's not happy to see his former Boss. He's adjusted to life on Seefra. Soon he'll need Dylan's help to help him out of some trouble with one of his project. Dylan also finds another member of his crew.
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Andromeda from 115 votes.
Dylan is gravely wounded in a lab accident, but wakes up in the bar with Harper telling bad jokes. He is confronted by a man who is wielding Dylan's force-lances and delivers a cryptic message. After a quick fight with Dylan, the man drops to the floor without apparent cause, but returns in the guise of Rhade to catch Dylan off guard, killing him swiftly. Dylan awakens on med-deck but finds that he has returned just after the accident and does not remember Trance.
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Andromeda from 101 votes.
Dylan is framed for murder in order to blackmail him for a shard he possesses.
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Andromeda from 143 votes.
Beka jeopardizes the crew when she takes a mind-altering drug while attempting an exhaustive piloting mission that could bring Dylan to his long-lost home planet.
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of Andromeda from 184 votes.
When the blinking sun of the Seefra system goes dark for an extended period of time Dylan takes the opportunity to study the workings of the artifice in the hopes of finding a way of fixing the broken sun. Harper discovers a maintenance protocol built into the sun by the Vedrans that will allow a further extended period of time to study the sun.
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Andromeda from 100 votes.
The governing body of the Commonwealth has voted "no-confidence" in triumvir Tri-Jema, she sends Dylan to get the Andromeda refitted and visit an augur, who is told to be infallible. This augur, dubbed Citizen Eight, aims to take Tri-Jema's place as triumvir and, according to the triumvir, remove Dylan from command of the Andromeda. The robots sent to the Andromeda to start pre-upgrade repairs turn against the crew, forcing Dylan and Harper to shut them down. Dylan must deal with Citizen Eight before he can bring down the Commonwealth from within.
The episode was rated #6 Worst episode of Andromeda from 128 votes.
When an old flame of Beka's is arrested on a planet where only the truth is told, its up to the Andromeda and her crew to save the day. After repeatedly lying, Beka gets nowhere -- so she breaks the suspect out and flees to the Andromeda. As the story unravels, it seems that all is not as it seems...
The episode was rated #7 Worst episode of Andromeda from 136 votes.
Rev Bem contacts Andromeda, he knows of a weapon against the Abyss, he will only show Dylan, in person. Dylan is captured, and stranded on a warship, with no engines, and heading towards a black hole. The crew searches for him, and finds an unexpected ally in the form of a Collector.
The episode was rated #8 Worst episode of Andromeda from 112 votes.
Trance, Harper and their former employer Gerentex are unwilling partners on a wild ride to find a valuable artifact.
The episode was rated #9 Worst episode of Andromeda from 192 votes.
Gaheris Rhade sets out to reshape the universe according to his will and restore order amid the chaos
The episode was rated #10 Worst episode of Andromeda from 132 votes.
Last updated: feb 24, 2021
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.
It has a marginally interesting premise inspired by Gene Roddenberry's failed pilots from the 1970s. Lexa Doig is sexy and watchable even in the worst moments of the show and Laura Bertram turns out to be better and better during the show's run as soon as she loses her purple skin and turn to silver. Some plot twists were actually good had it only taken it's time to breathe and had characters you care for but several of the cast are annoying and you want to punch their faces. Several story-lines are also suddenly dropped and never addressed later on and most of the stuff are made up as the show goes along. Kevin Sorbo also "acts" like he did in Hercules and I depend a lot if you like him too.
I really liked this show, but the last season just made no sense.
Truth to be told, I've always wanted a spin-off centered on Trance Gemini. And I still wouldn't mind.
i loved this so much was sad when it finished i watched it from episode 1 to final episode in about 2 weeks got really into it.
They should have stopped after season 4.
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