Dylan and his crew deal with the survivors on Seefra One promising them that it will soon become like Tarn-Vedra once was. Harper works on getting the "low-tech" mechanism inside the planet... See full summary »
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Dylan and his crew deal with the survivors on Seefra One promising them that it will soon become like Tarn-Vedra once was. Harper works on getting the "low-tech" mechanism inside the planet to work properly, while Trance explores her new powers resulting from the re-establishment of her sun. She introduces Dylan to the group that her impersonator worked for, "the Nebula," a group of stars controlling all the galaxies, also an enemy of the Abyss. Written by
As the Andromeda approaches Earth the day-night terminator line shows an exagerated version of north hemisphere summer. Seconds later the monitor screen view shows Earth in an exagerated south hemisphere summer. See more »
By series 5, Andromeda is a sad shadow of its former self. As the Barber writing team cranks up for the season finale, little cranking up is evident. The episode begins with the revelation that Maura (the head avatar of the Lamben Kith nebula) has decided that the only way to beat the "Abyss" is to destroy three galaxies. It's the ultimate scorched earth policy! Dylan Hunt disagrees, and resolves to take Maura on a tour of key planets such as Tarazed and Earth to show her what she would be destroying. The short tour proceeds, with little excitement. At the close, little is resolved, "To be continued" appears, and you can't help feeling an hour poorer.
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