Andromeda (2000–2005)
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The Honey Offering 

Two Nietchean prides will form an alliance and free two systems if the Andromeda will escort the bride-to-be to her wedding.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Tyr Anasazi
Andromeda Ascendant
Adrian G. Griffiths ...
Fleet Marshall Cuchulain Nez Pierce (as Adrian Hughes)
Charles Zuckermann ...
Perseid Dockmaster
Kenan Raven ...
Nietzschean Spy


Two Nietchean prides will form an alliance and free two systems if the Andromeda will escort the bride-to-be to her wedding.

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Release Date:

23 April 2001 (Canada)  »

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Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Dylan fighting Ellsbett on the Maru, she uses a mono-molecular lash. That Sci Fi favorite, mono-molecular wire, would be sort of infinitely sharp because it is sort of infinitely thin. But it could not move like a whip because it has no mass to speak of, nothing to carry momentum from handle to tip. To demonstrate, take a heavy rope or garden hose and do whip sort of worked. Now take six feet of kite string and try to whip it...doesn't work. See more »


Captain Dylan Hunt: I have an idea: Why don't we throw our own little wedding party? We've already invited the Jaguars and Dragons. Let's see who else wants to come.
Elssbett Mossadim: What are you talking about? There's no one else out there.
Captain Dylan Hunt: Oh, isn't there? You know, if I were planning to blitzkrieg the Jaguars, I'd already have my fleet in position. You know, somewhere safe but, you know, inside the system. Somewhere like, oh, I don't know, near a gas giant?
Elssbett Mossadim: You're starting a war.
Captain Dylan Hunt: No, you are starting a war. I'm just rearranging...
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One of the best episodes of the entire series
11 September 2014 | by See all my reviews

Once the show got into its stride, this episode represents the best the series had to offer. Sharp, witty dialog supporting suspenseful action. Beautiful characters. Great battle maneuvers. And Captain Dylan Hunt.

Science fiction, at its best, is human. This story portrays the different kinds of people that inhabit the Andromeda universe. The characters are multi-dimensional.

And did I mention great battle maneuvers? To be able to put that into a great TV episode is a treat. But it is one of those things that you can look back on, after watching the entire series, and see where Hunt outshines the Nietscheans.

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