Andromeda

Season 1 Episode 19

The Honey Offering

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Aired Unknown Apr 23, 2001 on Syfy
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A marriage is arranged between competing Nietzschean Prides in an attempt to bring peace, and Dylan must transport the bride to the ceremony.

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    Kimberly Huie

    Kimberly Huie

    Elssbett Mossadim

    Guest Star

    Adrian Hughes

    Adrian Hughes

    Fleet Marshall Cuchulain Nez Pierce

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    Charles Zuckermann

    Charles Zuckermann

    Perseid Dockmaster

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (10)

      • Elssbett: (when the Drago-Kasovs demand her from Dylan) I'm not going to let you give me them.
        Dylan: What makes you think that I would do that?
        Elssbett: It's what I would do in your situation.
        Dylan: I gave my word to your Pride. My word is the foundation of the Commonwealth.
        Elssbett: I have never met anyone who thought like that. Probably because the universe kills them before they can reproduce.
        Dylan: (sarcastically) Well, that's the curse of being inferior.

      • Elssbett: You're starting a war.
        Dylan: No, you are starting a war. I'm just re-arranging the sides.

      • Harper: What if they're not decoys?
        Beka: Then when we get to the Pearly Gates, make sure everyone lines up behind Rev. (to Rev) You've got spin control.
        Rev: I'll see what I can do.

      • Trance: 'Surrender! Surrender!' All his messages are the same. He sounds like an evil parrot.

      • Dylan: Don't surrender anything while I'm gone, OK?
        Beka: If you say so.

      • Tyr: Believe me, boy, Elssbett holds you in utter contempt.
        Harper: I know. She's hot, and she's a good judge of character. So what if she holds me in utter contempt? At least she's thinking of me.

      • Trance: She doesn't like flowers. What kind of person doesn't like flowers?

      • Dylan: Well, you've had the benefit of a more diverse exposure. Maybe you could share your experiences with her, that non-Nietzscheans aren't inferior?
        Tyr: You'd like me to lie to her?
        Dylan: Just ask her to tone it down a little. We inferiors are sensitive.

      • Elssbett: (to Dylan about Beka) If you've finished saying goodbye to your lover, I'm ready to leave.
        Dylan: Uh...Uh... I, she's not my...
        Beka: Oh, why hide it?
        (Beka kisses a very surprised Dylan.)
        Beka: (to Elssbett) Just remember, he's pretty to look at, lovely to hold, but if you break him, we consider him sold. (to Dylan) Take care sweetie.
        (Beka slaps his butt)

      • The enemy of my enemy
        is still my enemy.

        Drago Museveni
        CY 8427.

    • NOTES (2)

      • In this episode, Dylan delivers a line that goes something like this: "Have you seen my force lance?" The writers decided to use it because it's Sorbo's favorite on-set ad lib. He's become so associated with the line that he had it printed on the custom-made boxer shorts he gave as Christmas gifts to cast and crew. A pair sold at a charity auction for $3,800.

      • International Airdates:

        -This episode aired in Canada on March 24, 2001 on Global.
        -This episode aired in the UK on September 3, 2001 on Sky One.
        -This episode aired in the Australia on December 7, 2002 on Fox 8.

    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • Tyr: If this which he avouches does appear, there is nor flying hence nor tarrying here.

        Tyr is quoting from Shakespeare's Macbeth, Act 5, Scene V. Macbeth says this after a messenger warns Macbeth that his enemies are upon him, just as the Three Witches had prophesied.

      • Title:

        The title of the episode comes from a chapter title in Thus Spoke Zarathustra by Friedrich Nietzsche.

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