Andromeda (2000–2005)
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Tyr makes his move. He has convinced the Nietcheans he is the genetic reincarnation of Drago Museveni, the progenitor of his race. The Neitcheans break away from the Commonwealth. And he ... See full summary »

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Tyr makes his move. He has convinced the Nietcheans he is the genetic reincarnation of Drago Museveni, the progenitor of his race. The Neitcheans break away from the Commonwealth. And he tries to force Dylan into a decision to save his crew by killing of the Drago Katzoff pride, or sacrifice the Andromeda and save the pride. Written by Jesse Sanchez

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After the retaking of the Maru, Trance looks upon her future-fate bonsai tree and we see a green coruscation pass across it. That special effect was almost certainly made by filming fine gague steel wool burning, tinting the image, and layering it over the tree. That trick with burning steel wool is a classic, having been around since the 60s. See more »

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Andromeda Ascendant: Hangar deck fifteen. Stowaways in the cargo.
Captain Dylan Hunt: Do we need bells and whistles for that? Thank you. How did they get past our security?
Andromeda Ascendant: I'm detecting the deactivation of an electromagnetic cloaking device.
Captain Dylan Hunt: Nice toy. Mr. Harper, I want one of those.
Seamus Harper: Looks like we just got one.
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