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The Best Episodes of Andromeda

Every episode of Andromeda ranked from best to worst. Let's dive into the Best Episodes of Andromeda!

Captain Dylan Hunt and his crew quest to restore a government that once presided over an extended peace and prosperity.

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The best episode of "Andromeda" is "Its Hour Come 'Round at Last (1)", rated 8.1/10 from 268 user votes. It was directed by Allan Eastman and written by Robert Hewitt Wolfe. "Its Hour Come 'Round at Last (1)" aired on 5/14/2001 and is rated 0.2 point(s) higher than the second highest rated, "The Knight, Death, and the Devil".

  • Its Hour Come 'Round at Last (1)
    8.1/10 268 votes

    #1 - Its Hour Come 'Round at Last (1)

    Season 1 Episode 22 - Aired 2001-05-14

    When Harper accidentally overrides Andromeda's personality with an older version, she hunts down the crew and goes on an old mission in which her former crew was slaughtered.

    Director: Allan Eastman

    Writer: Robert Hewitt Wolfe

  • The Knight, Death, and the Devil
    7.9/10 216 votes

    #2 - The Knight, Death, and the Devil

    Season 2 Episode 20 - Aired 2002-05-04

    The crew encounter a POW camp full of captured High Guard starships and their AI avatars.

    Director: Richard Flower

    Writer: Ashley Miller, Zack Stentz

  • Into the Labyrinth
    7.8/10 249 votes

    #3 - Into the Labyrinth

    Season 2 Episode 9 - Aired 2001-11-26

    A Commonwealth conference becomes a backdrop for Magog espionage, while Harper tries to discover how one of their spies managed to remove some of his Magog larvae.

    Director: Brad Turner

    Writer: Ashley Miller, Zack Stentz

  • Ouroboros
    7.8/10 227 votes

    #4 - Ouroboros

    Season 2 Episode 12 - Aired 2002-02-02

    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.

    Director: Jorge Montesi

    Writer: Robert Hewitt Wolfe

  • Tunnel at the End of the Light (1)
    7.8/10 198 votes

    #5 - Tunnel at the End of the Light (1)

    Season 2 Episode 22 - Aired 2002-05-18

    The crew of the Andromeda meet an alien race they were destined to face.

    Director: Allan Eastman

    Writer: Joe Reinkemeyer, Matt Kiene

  • The Widening Gyre (2)
    7.7/10 248 votes

    #6 - The Widening Gyre (2)

    Season 2 Episode 1 - Aired 2001-10-01

    Trance gets Beka and Dylan to medbay, while Rev goes to see a man about his god and Tyr and Harper are injected with Magog eggs and tied up. Dylan and the Andromeda avatar go down to get Tyr and Harper, leaving Beka behind with orders to use a nova bomb to detonate the "bound" planets' sun in three hours. Meanwhile Rev meets with Bloodmist, and begins to give into his bestial nature. The two of them confront the Magog "god", which seems to convince Rev to kill his friends. Bloodmist takes him to Tyr and Harper, but its a trick and Rev kills Bloodmist. Dylan and Andromeda are overwhelmed when Beka launches the nova bomb, but the Magog "god" manages to absorb all the energy. The distraction gives them time to free Tyr and Harper and get out of there. Trance manages to remove Tyr's spider eggs, but the procedure would kill Harper. He has to take medication to keep them in check, but the medicine won't work forever. Meanwhile, they've figured out that the Magog travelling "bound planets" w

    Director: Allan Eastman

    Writer: Robert Hewitt Wolfe

  • Home Fires
    7.7/10 223 votes

    #7 - Home Fires

    Season 2 Episode 8 - Aired 2001-11-19

    A stranger gives Dylan a message from his dead fiancée leading him to an untouched world with descendants of his former crew and friends, including the descendant of his treachorous former best friend.

    Director: Michael Robison

    Writer: Ethlie Ann Vare

  • Immaculate Perception
    7.7/10 196 votes

    #8 - Immaculate Perception

    Season 2 Episode 21 - Aired 2002-05-11

    Tyr learns that he is a father.

    Director: Brad Turner

    Writer: Joe Reinkemeyer, Matt Kiene

  • Angel Dark, Demon Bright
    7.6/10 307 votes

    #9 - Angel Dark, Demon Bright

    Season 1 Episode 6 - Aired 2000-11-06

    Dylan is faced with a difficult decision when Andromeda slipstreams back in time -- days before the climactic battle of the Nietzschean Revolution where the Commonwealth was defeated and the Nietzschean Alliance was destroyed.

    Director: Allan Eastman

    Writer: Robert Hewitt Wolfe

  • The Mathematics of Tears
    7.5/10 300 votes

    #10 - The Mathematics of Tears

    Season 1 Episode 12 - Aired 2001-01-29

    Andromeda encounters her damaged sister ship, the Pax Magellanic, that leads the crew of the Andromeda Ascendant on an eerie mission.

    Director: T.J. Scott

    Writer: Joe Reinkemeyer, Matt Kiene

  • Una Salus Victus
    7.5/10 217 votes

    #11 - Una Salus Victus

    Season 2 Episode 7 - Aired 2001-11-12

    After discovering Tyr has hidden the remains of Drago Musevini on board the Andromeda, Dylan questions Tyr's loyalty. Beka and a Nietzchean both race to repair their ships before the other destroys them, and Harper is left in command of the Andromeda, and must decide whether or not to protect a convoy and risk losing the Andromeda.

    Director: Allan Kroeker

    Writer: Ashley Miller, Zack Stentz

  • Day of Judgement, Day of Wrath
    7.5/10 189 votes

    #12 - Day of Judgement, Day of Wrath

    Season 3 Episode 21 - Aired 2003-05-05

    When the crew prepares for the launch of The Resolution of Hector, they soon discover that Rommie has had a change of mind and is now working against the crew. Knowing that this is not normal, Dylan sets out to reclaim the ship, and find out what is controlling his friend.

    Director: Allan Eastman

    Writer: Ashley Miller, Zack Stentz

  • The Honey Offering
    7.4/10 253 votes

    #13 - The Honey Offering

    Season 1 Episode 19 - Aired 2001-04-23

    An arranged marriage between two rival Nietzschean Prides puts the Andromeda Ascendant in danger when Captain Dylan Hunt agrees to transport the bride to the wedding.

    Director: Brad Turner

    Writer: Joe Reinkemeyer, Matt Kiene

  • Pitiless as the Sun
    7.4/10 237 votes

    #14 - Pitiless as the Sun

    Season 2 Episode 4 - Aired 2001-10-22

    Trance is held captive, while Dylan and the rest of the crew try to uncover the source behind mysterious attacks on cargo ships.

    Director: Richard Flower

    Writer: Emily Skopov

  • All Too Human
    7.4/10 226 votes

    #15 - All Too Human

    Season 2 Episode 6 - Aired 2001-11-05

    Rommie sets out to extract an informant, but winds up stuck on a planet with a strong hatred and fear of Androids.

    Director: T.J. Scott

    Writer: Ashley Miller, Zack Stentz

  • Dance of the Mayflies
    7.4/10 207 votes

    #16 - Dance of the Mayflies

    Season 2 Episode 15 - Aired 2002-02-23

    The crew of Andromed encounter plague victims infected by a hostile, nanobot-based lifeform out to take over the ship.

    Director: J. Miles Dale

    Writer: N/A

  • The Fair Unknown
    7.4/10 195 votes

    #17 - The Fair Unknown

    Season 2 Episode 18 - Aired 2002-04-20

    The crew encounter the Vedrans the long-lost founders of the Commonwealth.

    Director: Mike Rohl

    Writer: John Lloyd Parry

  • The Lone and Level Sands
    7.4/10 200 votes

    #18 - The Lone and Level Sands

    Season 3 Episode 5 - Aired 2002-10-21

    As Dylan, Rommie, Tyr and Harper flee from the Ogami, they encounter a ship sent from Earth to explore space over 3000 years ago. As the ship is a giant engine, it travels so fast that the crew never age. As the Maru has no slipstream engine, Dylan is faced with a decision that could change the future of the commonwealth. Can the Andromeda come to the rescue?

    Director: Jorge Montesi

    Writer: Ashley Miller, Zack Stentz

  • Shadows Cast by a Final Salute (1)
    7.4/10 180 votes

    #19 - Shadows Cast by a Final Salute (1)

    Season 3 Episode 22 - Aired 2003-05-12

    When the Andromeda is attacked by the Dragons to receive the bones of Drago Mussevni something seems array. Dylan then discovers that Tyr has united all of the Neitzian people under his son, the genetic reincarnation of Drago Mussevni. Will Tyr make the right decision and help the crew of the Andromeda or lead his new people into battle?

    Director: Jorge Montesi

    Writer: Robert Engels

  • Under the Night (1)
    7.3/10 448 votes

    #20 - Under the Night (1)

    Season 1 Episode 1 - Aired 2000-10-02

    It's the start of the war between the Systems Commonwealth and the Nietzschean fleets. Captain Dylan Hunt and his ship the Andromeda Ascendant try to flee the first Nietzschean attack to warn the Commonwealth. In his attempt to escape, the Andromeda and Captain Hunt are caught in the event horizon of a black hole and frozen in time for 300 years. The crew of the Eureka Maru with Captain Beka Valentine try to salvage the Andromeda to sell for a Nightsider's ransom. After the Andromeda is pulled free, Hunt is unfrozen and forced to defend his ship against the salvagers and the Nietzschean mercenaries lead by Tyr Anasazi.

    Director: Allan Kroeker

    Writer: Robert Hewitt Wolfe

  • An Affirming Flame (2)
    7.3/10 368 votes

    #21 - An Affirming Flame (2)

    Season 1 Episode 2 - Aired 2000-10-09

    Dylan and the crew of the Eureka Maru agree to join forces and become one team aboard the Andromeda Ascendant as they set forth on his mission to restore the Systems Commonwealth.

    Director: Brenton Spencer

    Writer: Robert Hewitt Wolfe

  • Belly of the Beast
    7.3/10 193 votes

    #22 - Belly of the Beast

    Season 2 Episode 19 - Aired 2002-04-27

    The Andromeda is swallowed by a space creature.

    Director: Allan Harmon

    Writer: Joe Reinkemeyer, Matt Kiene

  • A Symmetry of Imperfection
    7.3/10 148 votes

    #23 - A Symmetry of Imperfection

    Season 4 Episode 19 - Aired 2004-04-26

    Rommie's emotions cause one of Harpers fail-safes to cut in, cutting her off from her core AI and shutting down all the ships systems. This creates problems, especially when a satellite ship from the Magog world ship could come out of slipstream at any moment!

    Director: Allan Harmon

    Writer: Naomi Janzen

  • The Dissonant Interval (1)
    7.3/10 158 votes

    #24 - The Dissonant Interval (1)

    Season 4 Episode 21 - Aired 2004-05-10

    The Andromeda encounters the Arkology, a society that they believe is the closest to perfection humanity will ever achieve. But the Magog are close, and Dylan and the crew must convince the utopia that peace is not the answer. Conflict arises in the core crew when the leaders of Arkology do not wish to leave. Dylan wants to defend them, and Beka warns him that she's not going to stay and die defending an idea of peace.

    Director: Martin Wood

    Writer: Larry Barber, Paul Barber

  • The Unconquerable Man
    7.2/10 217 votes

    #25 - The Unconquerable Man

    Season 3 Episode 10 - Aired 2003-01-20

    Gaheris Rhade sets out to reshape the universe according to his will and restore order amid the chaos

    Director: J. Miles Dale

    Writer: Ashley Miller, Zack Stentz