The BEST episodes of Andromeda
Every episode of Andromeda ever, ranked from best to worst by thousands of votes from fans of the show. The best episodes of Andromeda!
Captain Dylan Hunt and the crew of the Andromeda Ascendant set out on a mission to rebuild the Systems Commonwealth 300 years after its fall.
#1 - Pride Before the Fall
Season 5 - Episode 12 - Aired 1/21/2005
Beka's new boyfriend turns out to be more than she suspected. He will play an important role in the development of the original CommonWealth. Beka learns a secret that should help them if they can ever escape from Seefra.
#2 - So Burn the Untamed Lands
Season 5 - Episode 8 - Aired 11/12/2004
Harper discovers a new weapon in the system that is powered by a crystal, which Harper feels will be able to power the Andromeda. Rhade and Dylan must go undercover working for Cutter to obtain the crystal he mines. Meanwhile, Andromeda and Doyle conflict over who controls the ship.
#3 - A Symmetry of Imperfection
Season 4 - Episode 19 - Aired 4/26/2004
Rommie has become too emotional, the Andromeda cuts off her access and runs a full diagnostic to bring the avatar under control, this takes away many of the ship's resources. The Magagog are attacking the crew must defend Andromeda without aide from the AI. Even if they succeed in defending the ship, they may lose Rommie.
#4 - The Dissonant Interval (2)
Season 4 - Episode 22 - Aired 5/17/2004
Beka decides to leave the crew to fight for themselves, but after all of the promises that everyone will be reunited, Trance tells them that they will never be as they are again. When the Magog Worldship finally re-encounters the Andromeda after two years, Rommie and Harper race to take the Arkology to slipstream, Rhade must teach the inhabitants to defend themselves, and Dylan and Trance fight off the invading Magog. But as the Andromeda becomes covered in swarmships, Trance tells Dylan that he--and only he--may escape this alive.
#5 - What Will Be Was Not
Season 5 - Episode 9 - Aired 11/19/2004
A bar fight spills out into the streets and a remark from Rhade aimed at Dylan drives Trance over the edge, causing her to leave the Andromeda. While she is in the underground tunnels, she befriends a sweeper, who believes she is a princess and wields a weapon that turns enemies to stone.
#7 - The Spider's Stratagem
Season 4 - Episode 12 - Aired 2/2/2004
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.
#10 - The Weight (2)
Season 5 - Episode 2 - Aired 10/1/2004
Beka has ended up on Seefra, she joins a salvage unit. The leader has found Andromeda, and wants to use it for his own agenda. But Dylan still has a claim to it. Another crew member comes forth.Watch Now:AmazonApple TV
#11 - Chaos and the Stillness of It (2)
Season 5 - Episode 20 - Aired 4/29/2005
Harper has been captured by General Burma, a man who believes all technology to be evil. Dylan struggles with recovering Harper, evacuating all the remaining Seefran planets to Seefra One, a.k.a. Tarn-Vedra, and dealing with Trance. Dylan supposes that something may have happened to Trance while inside Methus-2, the artificial sun they fixed and the last place Trance seemed to be herself, and goes to investigate.
#12 - The Heart of the Journey (1)
Season 5 - Episode 21 - Aired 5/6/2005
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.Watch Now:AmazonApple TV
#13 - The Warmth of an Invisible Light
Season 4 - Episode 13 - Aired 2/9/2004
When Dylan activates an experimental cloaking device, he gets swept into an alternate dimension. Harper is the commander, he has overthrown the commonwealth, and is unknowingly working for the Abyss. Dylan looks for allies to oppose Harper, and to find a way to get back to his own dimension
#15 - Harper/Delete
Season 4 - Episode 5 - Aired 10/27/2003
Andromeda comes between two Nietzschean siblings. One has the File D, a weapon that can eliminate higher brain functions. The other has her nephew hostage, she wants File D. The crew doesn't want either of them to have File D.
#16 - Through a Glass Darkly
Season 5 - Episode 11 - Aired 1/14/2005
While Rhade are busy defending refugees on Seefra Five from the army of a local warlord, Dylan is surprised to find Hohne, the Perseid scientist lost and assumed dead during the problems with Haprer's tesseract machine, tesseract onto the command deck of the Andromeda. Hohne and Harper attempt to recreate the quantum teleporter in order to resupply the pinned-down refugees and during the reconstruction receive a message from the research station near the black hole where the device first worked.Watch Now:AmazonApple TV
#17 - When Goes Around...
Season 5 - Episode 6 - Aired 10/29/2004
A new woman arrives in town seeking Dylan's aid. She reveals that she was a Commonwealth scientist before it fell and that she is trapped in a time loop. Dylan attempts to save her from her fate and decipher the code that will restore Seefra to its proper alignment.
#18 - The Heart of the Journey (2)
Season 5 - Episode 22 - Aired 5/13/2005
The Earth explodes before Harper makes his visit, the Andromeda manages to save Harper from destruction and runs from a Nietzschean attack fleet coming from the ruins of the planet. Analyzing fragments of the destroyed planet, Romy finds radical isotopes, proof that the Abyss aided the Nietzscheans in the destruction of Earth. Dylan consoles Harper for his loss, then prepares for the battle against the joined Nietzschean fleet, comprised of the Drago-Kazov, Mandau, and Sabra-Jaguar fleets.Watch Now:AmazonApple TV
#20 - Attempting Screed
Season 5 - Episode 7 - Aired 11/5/2004
The return of Flavin sparks a conflict between two rival gangs over who gets his ship and the bounties within. Rhade and Harper play the two sides to make money off their enmity. Meanwhile Flavin leads Dylan on a journey to help him develop as a Paradine.
#21 - Ouroboros
Season 2 - Episode 12 - Aired 2/2/2002
The crew watches Rev Bem's fairwell message, not sure whether or not to pursue him, or let him leave. Dylan says that they should respect Rev's decision to leave, but Harper snaps at Dylan and storms out. He is upset because Rev had promised to remove the Magog larvae from his gut. He writhes in pain, but when he tries to take his medication, it has no effect, as the larvae have grown immune to it, as Trance and Rev had warned him they would. Soon after, Harper enlists in Chief Technical Director Hohne's help, as well as the other Persieds. Harper plans to build a machine that will fold space to remove the eggs, but it's affecting time, as well.
#23 - The World Turns All Around Her (2)
Season 4 - Episode 7 - Aired 11/10/2003
The collectors tell Tyr why they need the map for the Route of Ages. It's a map to the Abyss, and hopefully a way to contain it. Tyr has Beka and the crew has the map. Now it's a race to the Route of Ages. Tyr makes a deal with the Abyss, and a final confrontation will ensue.Watch Now:AmazonApple TV
#24 - Waking the Tyrant's Device
Season 4 - Episode 3 - Aired 10/13/2003
Dylan is sent on a mission by a triumvir, but is not well informed of the danger he faces. After a haphazard reentry from slipstream, the Andromeda is captured by a gravity field projected from the moon that is the target of their mission. Dylan discovers that the moon is the base of Kroton, a half-human, half-android genius that created the Magog world-ship. Dylan attempts to take out Kroton along with the new weapon he has developed.
#25 - Time Out of Mind
Season 4 - Episode 20 - Aired 5/3/2004
The Andromeda rescues a defenseless ship from former Commonwealth fighters. The inhabitants are an Ambassador and his pilot, returning to Arkology from successful peace negotiations with the Magog on board the World-Ship. However, the treaty is revoked when the ambassador dies from the Magog hatching in his stomach. The pilot, a Nietzschean from a supposedly extinct pride, leads the Andromeda to Arkology, a place of peacefulness in all aspects of life, to warn them of the coming Magog attack.