Andromeda

Season 2 Episode 3

A Heart for Falsehood Framed

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Aired Unknown Oct 15, 2001 on Syfy
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A Heart for Falsehood Framed
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The crew choose to lead negotiations to resolve the return of the Hegemon's Heart from the Chichin to the Than by replacing it with a fake.

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    Anthony Lemke

    Anthony Lemke

    Leydon Bryce-Hawkins

    Guest Star

    Peter Kelamis

    Peter Kelamis

    Doge Miskich

    Guest Star

    Richard Side

    Richard Side

    Beetle

    Guest Star

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (1)

    • QUOTES (12)

      • (as Dylan comes out of the conference room looking like he has a headache, where Miskich and the Than Admiral are arguing violently)
        Tyr: Would you like me to kill them for you?
        Dylan: Yes. (Tyr starts to walk into the room) Wait! I'm just kidding. I've got a better idea. The next time I offer to broker peace talks between a Chichin gangster and a Than warlord, kill me.
        Tyr: (very seriously) All right.
        Dylan: (not sure whether Tyr really means it, or not) Kidding, again.

      • Harper: Just do it like we practiced.
        Trance: When we practiced, we messed up.
        Harper: Except that part.

      • Dylan: There, everybody wins. That's what the Commonwealth always strives for.
        Miskich: And what do I win?
        Tyr: No one's blown you out of the sky.
        Miskich: Ahh...

      • Beetle: Make me an offer.
        Tyr: I offer not to pull your heart out through your eye socket and nail it to your forehead.
        Beetle: That's very reasonable. How's noon tomorrow?

      • Hawkins: C'mon, trust me!
        Beka: Trust you? Can we start with something easier? Perpetual motion, maybe? Universal translator?

      • Beka: You know, Nietzschean males, always marking territory. You've gotta be careful or he sprays the trees.

      • Beka: We're not going to get past Leydon Bryce Hawkins with history lessons. He's smart.
        Trance: And cute.
        Beka: A fact which, like your age and place of origin, has really nothing to do with the task at hand.
        Trance: Good point.

      • Hawkins: Seamus Harper: Grand Theft Spacecraft, Interstellar Flight to Avoid Prosecution, and Public Lewdness?
        Harper: Only the one time.

      • Hawkins: Look, lady...
        Beka: I'm no lady, I'm a starship pilot.

      • Beka: He's good. Quick on the uptake, smart, completely fearless. He reminds me of...
        Harper: You. He reminds you of you.
        Beka: Then I know I can't trust him.

      • Harper: (to Beka) We have nothing in common, why do I worship you?

      • Love? Truth? Beauty?
        I prefer negotiable securities.

        Doge Miskich var Miskich,
        "All About Me" 301 AFC.

    • NOTES (3)

    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • Schrodinger's Cat:


        Hawkin's old alias "Schrodinger's Cat" is from a thought experiment in quantum mechanics which creates a paradox. Hypothetically speaking, a cat, along with a flask containing a poison and a radioactive source, is placed in a sealed box shielded against environmentally induced quantum decoherence. If an internal Geiger counter detects radiation, the flask is shattered, releasing the poison that kills the cat. The Copenhagen interpretation of quantum mechanics implies that after a while, the cat is simultaneously alive and dead. Yet, when we look in the box, we see the cat either alive or dead, not both alive and dead. In other interpretations, instead of a paradox we have a split in reality, creating one in which the viewer opens the box to find the cat dead, and another in which the viewer finds the cat alive.

      • Rommie: I'm sorry, I may have a brain the size of a planet, but I can't tell the difference between one pretty rock and another.
        In The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (both the novel and the series) Marvin the Robot is often heard saying, amidst his complaints, "just because I have a brain the of a planet....".

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