Andromeda (2000–2005)
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The Heart of the Journey: Part 1 

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 »


Jorge Montesi


Gene Roddenberry (created by), Robert Hewitt Wolfe (developed by) | 2 more credits »


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Episode complete credited cast:
Kevin Sorbo ... Captain Dylan Hunt
Lisa Ryder ... Beka Valentine
Gordon Michael Woolvett ... Seamus Harper
Steve Bacic ... Telemachus Rhade
Laura Bertram ... Trance Gemini
Brandy Ledford ... Doyle
Lexa Doig ... Andromeda Ascendant
Emmanuelle Vaugier ... Maura
Alan Scarfe ... Flavin
Ty Olsson ... Morehead
Cobie Smulders ... Rhade's Wife
Sarah Edmondson ... Larissa Knowles


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 trekkie4christ

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6 May 2005 (USA) See more »

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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 »


Beka Valentine: Sheesh, some people's kids. Remind me never to have my own.
Captain Dylan Hunt: I never knew you wanted any.
Beka Valentine: I don't. Just in case I ever get soft and weepy, slap me... hard.
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Time to leave Seefra
16 September 2018 | by TweekumsSee all my reviews

As the series approaches its finale Dylan learns, from Trance, that her people, the Lambent Kith Nebula, have a radical solution to the problem of The Abyss. She takes Dylan to meet the nebula; its apparent leader, Maura, explains that they will destroy the Abyss by destroying the three galaxies... something Dylan finds unacceptable. Meanwhile we learn that the other remaining Paradine have been killed leaving only Dylan. Maura takes Andromeda, and her crew, to the Route of Ages. From there they finally leave the Seefra system and return to Tarazed. Here they learn that not only has less time than expected passed but also a Nietzschean fleet is on its way and the Magog world ship was only damaged rather than destroyed. The crew must decide what to do next.

This episode was solid even if its main function was to get our protagonists away from Seefra and to set things up for the series finale. In doing so it raised the tension by explaining the threats that are to be faced without hinting at how they will be overcome. On the downside as they pass through the Route of Ages we are treated to a series of unnecessary memories of the crew's time in the Seefra system; thankfully this doesn't take too long though. Overall a decent set-up for the finale.

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