Andromeda Season 2


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23: 02×01 – The Widening Gyre (Oct/01/2001)

23Tyr and Harper has been taken to the Magog world ship,Dylan and Rommie goes after them leaving Becka in command of the Andromeda with orders to launch a nova-bomb if they do not return.

Guest Stars: Robert Saunders (2) as Abyss, Gerard Plunkett as Bloodmist, Sylvain Cameron as Magog Leader, Brock Johnson as Magog Warrior #1, Rik Kiviaho as Captain Perim
Director: Allan Eastman
Writer: Robert Hewitt Wolfe
24: 02×02 – Exit Strategies (Oct/08/2001)

24Dylan, Tyr, Beka and Rev crash-land on an ice planet to avoid a group of Nietzcheans who are pursuing Tyr. Harper must begin to come to terms with his condition, while Rev fights to keep from starving to death.

Director: T. J. Scott
Writer: Matt Kiene, Joe Reinkemeyer
25: 02×03 – A Heart for Falsehood Framed (Oct/15/2001)

25Andromeda plays host and mediator to a pair of feuding delegates, and Beka finds romance when the crew attempts to steal a legendary Than jewel.

Guest Stars: Nicole Parker Smith as Clarion of Loss, Richard Side as Beetle, Peter Kelamis as Doge Miskich, Janyse Jaud as the Clarion of Loss
Director: David Winning
Writer: Ethlie Ann Vare
26: 02×04 – Pitiless as the Sun (Oct/22/2001)

26A professor kidnaps Trance and attempts to lift the veil of secrecy surrounding her, while Dylan and the rest of the crew work to find the source of mysterious attacks on cargo ships.

Guest Stars: William B. Davis (3) as Professor Logitch, Anne Marie Loder as Major Whendar, Antonio Cupo as Lieutenant Gadell
Director: Richard Flower
Writer: Emily Susan Skopov
27: 02×05 – Last Call at the Broken Hammer (Oct/29/2001)

27Dylan and crew find themselves in a showdown at an alien bar while looking for a respected government figure who has gone into hiding.

Guest Stars: Gavin Buhr as Gorejon, Michelle Morand as Jadis, John DeSantis as Hsigo, Rachel Hayward as Cory
Director: David Winning
Writer: Robert Hewitt Wolfe
28: 02×06 – All Too Human (Nov/05/2001)

28Rommie goes undercover to extract a man with knowledge vital to the salvation of one of the crew’s new allies. Rev, Tyr and Harper try to survive as the Maru sinks to the bottom of an ocean.

Guest Stars: Roger R. Cross as Carter, Louis Chirillo (1) as Neomi
Director: T. J. Scott
Writer: Ashley Edward Miller (1), Zack Stentz
29: 02×07 – Una Salus Victus (Nov/12/2001)

D29ylan and Tyr infiltrate a Nietzchean stronghold, while Beka faces a Drago-Kazov captain in a race to repair their ships. Harper is forced to assume command of the Andromeda.

Guest Stars: Glenn Ennis as Drago Officer, Kendall Cross (1) as Quechua
Director: Allan Kroeker
Writer: Zack Stentz, Ashley Edward Miller (1)
30: 02×08 – Home Fires (Nov/19/2001)

30Dylan receives a message from the past, sending him on a mission to a world populated by people who believe the Commonwealth still exists.

Guest Stars: Zahf Paroo as Lt. Jamal Brown, Sam Jenkins as Dr. Sara Riley, Steve Bacic as Telemachus/Gaheris Rhade
Director: Michael Robison
Writer: Ethlie Ann Vare
31: 02×09 – Into the Labyrinth (Nov/26/2001)

31The Andromeda hosts a conference of allies to the new Commonwealth, and find an unlikely Nietzchean ally. Aliens assault the ship — looking for Harper.

Guest Stars: Alex Diakun as Hohne, Jud Tylor as Satrina Leander
Director: Brad Turner (1)
Writer: Zack Stentz, Ashley Edward Miller (1)
32: 02×10 – The Prince (Jan/19/2002)

32Dylan and Tyr are appointed co-regents for the young heir to the throne of Ne’Holland, who is struggling against the local barons to maintain power after the murder of the royal family.

Guest Stars: Dale Wilson (2) as Admiral Alexander, Steven Grayhm (1) as Prince Erik, Vince Metcalfe (1) as King Florn, Allan Gray as Yanos, Kurt Evans as Cutter Lieutenant
Director: Allan Eastman
Writer: Erik Oleson
33: 02×11 – Bunker Hill (Jan/26/2002)

33Harper and Rommie travel to Earth to help Harper’s cousin start an uprising against the Nietzchean occupation, while the Andromeda is forced to join a Nietzchean war against the Drago-Kazov.

Guest Stars: Mark Hildreth as Brendan Lahane, Kevin McNulty as Cuatemoc, Travis MacDonald (1) as Ozzie
Director: Richard Flower
Writer: Joseph Reinkemeyer, Matt Kiene
34: 02×12 – Ouroboros (Feb/02/2002)

34The crew watches Rev Bem’s farewell 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 Perseids. Harper plans to build a machine that will fold space to remove the eggs, but it’s affecting time, as well.

Guest Stars: Alex Diakun as Hohne, Rik Kiviaho as Rakeeb, Kristina Copeland (1) as Kylie Vance, Emy Aneke as Thompson
Director: Jorge Montesi
Writer: Robert Hewitt Wolfe
35: 02×13 – Lava and Rockets (Feb/09/2002)

35Dylan commandeers a tour ship to try and escape Ogami mercenaries, and enlists the help of a tour guide pilot to escape. Harper is forced to deal with Trance’s mysterious transformation.

Guest Stars: Angela Moore as Morgana, Dave “Squatch” Ward (1) as Ferhar
Director: Michael Rohl
Writer: Zack Stentz, Ashley Edward Miller (1)
36: 02×14 – Be All My Sins Remembered (Feb/16/2002)

36Beka is forced to recall her past when her former lover is reported dead. But the crew are taken captive when Bobby shows up alive — and with cybernetic implants.

Guest Stars: Berend McKenzie as Lem, Heather Hanson as Margot, Costas Mandylor as Bobby Jensen
Director: Allan Eastman
Writer: Ethlie Ann Vare, Jill Sherwin
37: 02×15 – Dance of the Mayflies (Feb/23/2002)

37The crew comes to the rescue of a drift attacked by their allies, and discovers that the refugees they have taken on board are hosts to an alien parasite — which infests some of the crew and tries to take over the Andromeda.

Guest Stars: Janyse Jaud as Voice Artist, Brahm Taylor as Mouth Bokor, Christopher R. Sumpton as Bokor #1
Director: David Warry-Smith
Writer: Emily Skopov, Celeste Chan Wolfe
38: 02×16 – In Heaven Now Are Three (Mar/02/2002)

38Beka, Dylan and Trance track down a powerful alien device, and find that another group of relic-hunters are competing with them in the search.

Guest Stars: Dean Wray as Fletcher, Jesai Jayhmes as Dr. Mino Tasscalli, Brendan Beiser as Flux, Ingrid Torrance as Duran
Director: David Warry-Smith (3)
Writer: Emily Skopov
39: 02×17 – The Things We Cannot Change (Apr/13/2002)

39Stranded in space on the edge of a black hole, Dylan is trapped in a dream of how his life could have been, while the rest of the crew fights to save him.

Guest Stars: Cynthia Preston as Liandra, Ryan Drescher as Ethan
Director: Jorge Montesi
Writer: Ethlie Ann Vare
40: 02×18 – The Fair Unknown (Apr/20/2002)

40Dylan and the crew must face an army of Kalderans to protect a Vedran, who has emerged from the lost homeworld of the old Systems Commonwealth.

Guest Stars: Meredith McGeachie as Maia
Director: Michael Rohl
Writer: John Lloyd Parry
41: 02×19 – Belly of the Beast (Apr/27/2002)

41Andromeda is crippled when a mythic space creature consumes the ship. Dylan and Trance risk their lives in an attempt to free their friends.

Director: Allan Harmon
Writer: Matt Kiene, Joseph Reinkemeyer
42: 02×20 – The Knight, Death, and the Devil (May/04/2002)

42Dylan, Tyr and Rommie attempt to free a fleet of imprisoned High Guard ships from the Nietzcheans, with help from a High Guard artificial intelligence.

Guest Stars: Michael Hurst (1) as Ryan, Barbara Tyson as Voice Artist, Matthew Walker as Secretary Falin, Andee Frizzell as Mila, Christopher Judge as Achilles AI
Director: Richard Flower
Writer: Zack Stentz, Ashley Edward Miller (1)
43: 02×21 – Immaculate Perception (May/11/2002)

43Tyr learns that he has a son, and must risk everything to protect him from the Genites when he learns that the child may be the Nietzchean messiah.

Guest Stars: Dylan Bierk as Freya, Stuart O’Connell as Dimitri
Director: Brad Turner (1)
Writer: Matt Kiene, Joe Reinkemeyer
44: 02×22 – Tunnel at the End of the Light (May/18/2002)

44The crew welcomes dignitaries from the new Commonwealth’s first 50 member worlds to ratify the charter — but a new alien threat may destroy their work before it is done.

Guest Stars: Peter St. John Smyth as Alien, Phillip Mitchell (2) as Severin
Director: Allan Eastman
Writer: Matt Kiene, Joe Reinkemeyer
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