Doyle: We flattened those Abyss-holes!
Dylan: A nap. Huh, someday.
Beka: Meanwhile, we have an invasion on our hands. First thing we'll have to figure out, is what do they want. (Several men walk around the corner)
Rommie: Oh good, we can ask them!
Doyle: As a android, I can adjust my internal cooling systems, making me the best candidate.
Rommie: (Clears throat and waves) Not the only android!
Doyle: And her.
(Dylan gestures down the corridor)
Dylan: Fusion chamber's this way.
Rhade: How do you know?
Dylan: 'Cause I'm a Paradine.
Dylan: Nah; I just saw a sign that said 'Fusion Chamber'.
Rommie: We are not the droids you are looking for.
Doyle: What was that?
Rommie: I don't know, but it didn't work!
(Harper falls lifeless to the ground)
Doyle: He's... he's dead.
Rommie: I'm feeling emotions I never thought I'd have.
Beka: I know what you mean. All those times I teased him, abused him... stole his share of the salvage without telling him.
When events test men, angels then appear.
-This episode aired in Canada on May 27, 2005 on Mystery.
-This episode aired in the UK on October 12, 2005 on Sci-Fi.
-This episode aired in the Australia on November 11, 2006 on Fox 8.
After Burma gains entry to Andromeda, his eyes glow a yellow/gold color and his voice sounds deeper and more mysterious. This is a reference to the Goa'uld in Stargate SG-1 who also had the same features. Furthermore, the actor who plays Burma (Hiro Kanagawa) appeared in two episodes of Stargate SG-1's eighth season as a Goa'uld, and the episode was also directed by Martin Wood, a frequent director of Stargate SG-1.
Rommie: We are not the droids you're looking for.
This is a frequently quoted line from Star Wars Episode IV, spoken by Obi-Wan Kenobi. The actual quote is "These aren't the droids you're looking for." Rommie's hand movement is also an allusion to the Jedi Mind Trick from the Star Wars universe.