Andromeda

Season 3 Episode 9

And Your Heart Will Fly Away

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Aired Unknown Nov 25, 2002 on Syfy
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And Your Heart Will Fly Away
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A man, who had hired Tyr to kill his true love, returns.

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (15)

      • Andromeda: Prior to his departure Tyr was in his quarters, he had engaged privacy mode.
        Dylan: Right. Andromeda, override privacy mode, I wanna know what Tyr was doing.
        Beka: Hold on! Euh... You can just override privacy mode just like that...?
        Dylan: Yeah. Andromeda is a warship; we can't afford secrets.
        (Beka looks stunned and a bit scared/embarrassed.)

      • (After Dylan had to fight an enemy by himself.)
        Dylan: You know, you could have helped out.
        Beka: You were doing pretty good.
        Dylan: Thanks.

      • Beka: We thought we were rescuing you!
        Tyr: Did I ask for your help?
        Harper: Hey, I was against it.
        (Tyr goes to talk to Desiree and Beka and Harper observe them.)
        Beka: And now it gets complicated.
        Harper: Huh?
        Beka: Look at 'em. He actually cares what she thinks.
        Harper: Oh yeah. You ever seen Tyr like that before?
        Beka: Yeah. They're not enemies. They're lovers.

      • Harper: Tyr! Was that you, did you just shoot at me?
        Tyr: You'll never know!

      • Harper: (about Tyr and Desiree) Not acting like lovers now!
        Beka: I think they're acting just like lovers.

      • Beka: What are we gonna do with Desiree?
        Harper: I got a few ideas.
        (Beka covers his mouth with her hand to shut him up)
        Beka: And Naz, for that matter.
        Dylan: Well, Naz can be packed in a ship and sent home. (Beka removes her hand from Harper's mouth and, disgusted, swipes it on her shirt.) But I don't think Desiree wants to go along.
        Beka: Right now she doesn't exactly want to stay with Tyr, either.
        Harper: More of your lover's intuitions?
        Beka: What is that supposed to mean!?

      • Beka: I thought you once told me you could never be with a human woman. Never, ever, in a million years.
        Tyr: I did say that once. To you.
        (Beka looks hurt and leaves.)

      • Desiree: Oh, it is my curse. To be all things to all men.
        Beka: My heart's breaking.
        Desiree: Bartolome. I was in trouble when I met him. In need. He changed my life and I mistook gratitude for love. And that feeling quickly turned to hate. And then there's Tyr. The very exciting Tyr Anasazi. My savior. Two relationships, two failures.
        Beka: Yeah, well, we've all have those kind of failures. No woman can be all things to all men.
        (Desiree laughs and leaves.)
        Beka: No human woman...

      • Tyr: You and I, after all we've been through, I would say we are the greatest of survivors.
        Desiree: And we will survive longest if no one knows.
        Tyr: No, we will survive longest if you and I make babies. We can live here, Medea, I don't care anymore.
        Desiree: And if Niobe, our matriarch was alive she'd arrange it but she is dead. Just like every other Kodiac we've known. Because every other pride wants the Kodiac dead. And I no longer want to live my life on the run, not even with you, Tyr. (Tyr is about to protest.) I know how this must hurt you.
        Tyr: I will never call you Desiree D'lene.
        Desiree: It's just a human name. Something for the clans. I had to make my way.
        Tyr: You are Medea Zimri out of Isabella, by Zarathustra, and I will always want you, in the way that I did the first day I saw you playing outside your father's house. Our feet will tread these rocks, our hands will work this ice...
        Desiree: Our eyes will search the night and our heart will fly away.
        Tyr: Medea, please.
        Desiree: I am not waiting here alone for you. I choose no longer to wait for the future, for I am in my happiness.
        Tyr: But... (She quiets him by putting a finger on his lips)
        Desiree: No. (Tyr cries in silence)

      • Bartolome Naz: You owe me a death!
        Tyr: Suppose I let you live, and we call it even?

      • Harper: Hey, she's supposed to be desirable, not deadly... Not that there's necessarily a difference.

      • Bartolome Naz: She was brilliant, she was witty, she was sensuous, she was the love of my life... until she wasn't.

      • Harper: I only need 20 more minutes.
        Dylan: You said that 20 minutes ago.
        Harper: Yeah, but that was before I knew I really only needed 20 more minutes.

      • Dylan: Prepare to fire... on... me.

      • She wounds you
        as a rose will wound you --
        Not with her thorn.

        A rose will always wound you
        with her beauty.

        Harry Martinson, CY 6862.

    • NOTES (1)

      • International Airdates:

        -This episode aired in Canada on November 23, 2002 on Global.
        -This episode aired in the UK on December 2, 2002 on Sky One.
        -This episode aired in the Australia on January 10, 2004 on Fox 8.

    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • Tyr: You are Medea Zimri out of Isabella, by Zarathustra.

        Medea is a character from Greek mythology, married to Jason. Zimri is a character from the bible. He was a prince during the Israelites time in the desert. Zarathustra was an ancient Persian prophet and the founder of the religion Zoroastrianism. Friedrich Nietzsche's most famous book is called Thus Spoke Zarathustra. The work is a treatise on philosophy, a highly praised work of literature, and in parts a collection of poetry and in others a parody of and amendment to the Bible. Nietzsche himself described the work as "the deepest ever written."

      • Harry Martinson:
        Harry Martinson is a Swedish author and poet. In 1974 he was awarded the Noble price in literature together with his co-writer Eyvind Johnson. One of Harry Martinson's most famous work is the poem "Aniara", which is a story about a space craft that gets lost in space.

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