A detailed review of the episode by Sidhecafe.
…PUHLEASE! This was one of the stupidest, throw good beer at the T.V. kind of episodes.
The visuals were stunningly layered with detail and colour in every shot. The fight scenes were superbly reminiscent of Matrix. Although the parody was there, the story was compelling and gripping. It was also refreshing to see a warship behaving like a warship.
Well, one day I would like the writers of this show to come up with plausible excuses as to how our intrepid hero gets onto planets that Andromeda can’t even get near, and I would like to see the Maru pass a safety test, I don’t think that much duct tape is legal
Just like our ‘different’ versions of Rommie, the identical Rhades were well differentiated in each scene. A few nitpicks; I was surprised there was no mention of whom Sara married, or how many children she had or the steps she took to accomplish what she did.
This was a killer episode; we got to see the future, which is always cool, even though the future looked pretty grim.
This was a pretty good episode; we got to meet the mean Ogami mercenaries. We watched the crew try to deal with the suddenly all grown up Trance.
I really liked this episode, it was cool to see how Harper and Beka met.
What a perfect ending to a great show. While it created new questions instead of answering old ones it was still really great.
Watch it only once, unless you want to see the cat suit girl wielding a whip over and over again. Oh no, I probably just made its ratings jump!
OK so this episode totally screamed Dylan filler but anyway, it wasn’t that bad. Usually episodes with clips are meant to help new viewers catch up on the show, but if this was the first or one of the first episodes I had seen I would be wondering things like, whose that purple girl….
This was a great episode. I liked the development of Rommie. It was surprising to see how naive she can be in the area of love and how young she is in her personal development
We saw some lovely Trance & Harper development in “Fear and Loathing in the Milky Way” and this episode will delight audiences with insight into the beautiful Beka Valentine.
Wow! What a great episode. The scenes were tight, the acting tighter, and the f/x seamless. The scenes left the usual long set up and were the quick shots needed in an action feature.
Well, I thought it was a fantastic episode except some of the story lines seemed on familiar territory but there were enough plot twists to make them acceptable.
It could have been a whole lot better. A whole lot more plausible. A whole lot more exciting…anyways…
This episode was too self-contained. – It wouldn’t matter what season you placed it in, it’s a filler.- Just where the heck is Rev Bem all this time?
I think it’s really cool to sort of learn more about Trance and her abilities. It was much more interesting to see her being somewhat evil. The professor (cancer man from x-files) was terrific! It was also nice to see non humanoid aliens for once.
Not the same funny mind-boggling yarn of the previous week, but there were a few nice moments with Trance, Beka and Tyr.
This final episode of the current run (at least in the UK), was tightly written and well acted (especially by Keith Hamilton Cobb), the Nietzschean seemed almost human.
This show was great, it was funny and sad and silly all at the same time. – For a purple girl with a long tail, Trance can be really silly sometimes.
This was a whoppingly good episode. There wasn’t much in the way of mind shattering computer graphics, and to be honest, seeing the Magog (who to me, look like vicious monkeys) always makes me laugh. But the actual story was thought provoking and powerful.
This was an excellent episode in many respects, but most of all for its character development of the lovely Trance and the yummy Harper.
This show was great, and not so great. It was great to see Andromeda back after such a long wait, and not so great if you watched the episode again. I watched it again…..
Another cracker! And we were left without a shadow of a doubt that the Captain of the Pax Magellan had, at least once, bonked his own computer!
This episode was another cracker (and a screamer!). It was well written and well directed, but by far the most praise should go to Gordon Michael Woolvett for his immaculate performance as Harper.
Self conscious, arrogant, and a complete jerks (with everyone except other Nietzschean’s).