Andromeda

Season 2 Episode 14

Be All My Sins Remembered

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Aired Unknown Feb 11, 2002 on Syfy
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When an old friend of Beka's dies, she tells Dylan about her past.

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    • TRIVIA (1)

    • QUOTES (11)

      • Harper: You flew us into a minefield?
        Beka: Well, it wasn't supposed to be there, was it? So, mea very culpa.

      • Dylan: (on screen) Tyr, you've got command. I know you'll display the appropriate sensitivity and diplomacy in dealing with the Chichin. (Tyr cuts the connection, then Rommie re-opens the channel) And, Tyr don't break my ship.

      • Bobby: This is the perfect cause. We can help with what we know.
        Beka: I don't do causes, Bobby.
        Bobby: No Beka. Everybody does causes. Only question is: will you pick yours, or will it pick you?
        Beka: In that case, I've picked mine. You're looking at her.

      • Harper: Huh, can I say something?
        Beka and Bobby: NO!
        Beka: Look, why don't you go outside and play while Mommy and Daddy talk, OK?
        Harper: FINE!

      • Tyr (about Bobby): Next of kin?
        Beka: Not quite. Just, huh... the love of my life.

      • Harper: (the Maru shakes) Is that normal?
        Beka: Missile to the aft cargo pod, by the feel of it. What's the matter, no one ever shoot at you before?
        Harper: Yeah, but I've never been shot in the aft.

      • Tyr: This warship, her capabilities- it makes us complacent. We may have to engage the enemy using nothing but our teeth and nails. (Beka bites him.) Ow!

      • Rommie: Estimated time to proton anti-proton event, 18 minutes 32 seconds.
        Tyr: Apparently we are to try our hand at a game of brinkmanship. (in a demanding tone) Provide me with options.
        Rommie: I'm analyzing available data and exploring all possible courses of action.
        Tyr: Being the most powerful warship in three galaxies, please provide me with something more impressive than,'Do nothing.'
        Rommie: We can't run, so should I just hand over my armory? No, I would evacuate the planet but I can't air 72 million Muganis per minute. (in a sarcastic tone) Or perhaps you prefer that I dematerialize Dylan's body from the Maru and magically re-materialize it here on command?
        Tyr: Your choices are to let the Eureka Maru self destruct, which would destroy both vessels or to launch a preemptive strike destroying the Maru only.
        Rommie: They're your choices, acting Captain Tyr Anasazi.
        Tyr: By all means, let's risk our lives for Dylan.

      • Rommie: AC 14 5, Argosy Code 14 5, It means Dylan has been taken hostage in a war zone, I'm to approach with caution and be prepared to fire on his position.
        Tyr: He's telling us to kill him.
        Rommie: If necessary yes, that is exactly what he is telling us to do.

      • Harper: Is my name Seamus Zelazny Harper?
        Beka: God, I hope not.

      • I trust fast poison
        The stars to wink out
        And you, my love--and you.

        Lyric from "The Void,"
        by Minstrel d'Becevex CY 9905.

    • NOTES (2)

      • This episode had to be revised so many times, for various reasons, that it acquired the off-screen nickname "Be All My Scripts Rewritten".

      • International Airdates:

        -This episode aired in Canada on February 23, 2002 on Global.
        -This episode aired in the UK on June 26, 2002 on Sky One.
        -This episode aired in the Australia on April 5, 2003 on Fox 8.

    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • Rommie: We can't run so should I just hand over my armory? No, I would evacuate the planet but I can't air 72 million Muganis per minute. (in a sarcastic tone) Or perhaps you prefer that I dematerialize Dylan's body from the Maru and magically re-materialize it here on command?


        De- and re-materializing is a reference to "beaming up", frequently used in the TV series Star Trek and its sequels. Rommie's comment indicates this kind of travel isn't known to be possible by the Commonwealth.

      • Title:

        The title of this episode "Be All My Sins Remembered" comes from Shakespeare's Hamlet. It is the very end of Hamlet's famous "To be or not to be" soliloquy.

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