Andromeda

Season 1 Episode 16

The Sum of Its Parts

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Aired Unknown Feb 26, 2001 on Syfy
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A humanoid robot, sent by the Consensus of Parts, a culture of machines, boards the Andromeda ordering the crew to meet with its leader.

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    • TRIVIA (1)

    • QUOTES (7)

      • Dylan: If someone says they want to initiate peaceful contact, we have to at least give them a chance.
        Tyr: Captain Hunt...!
        Beka: Save your breath, he's got that look again.

      • HG: This is where the parts come together? With your hands?
        Harper: Exactly. My hands.
        HG: You are like a slow Directing Intelligence Unit.
        Harper: OK... I'll take that as a compliment.

      • Harper: Introducing Harper nano-bot 107. I like to call this model the 'Ms Pac-Man Waoh Waoh Waoh Waoh'. It's an obscure reference to an ancient video game.

      • Tyr: This feels like a trap. That thing down there was obviously programmed to make us trust it. The child-like face, the innocent persona...even the smell.
        Beka: Protective camouflage?
        Tyr: In my experience, devils very rarely wear horns and carry pitchforks.

      • Rommie: I didn't design my appearance. I extrapolated it. In myth, Andromeda was a Phoenician princess. Now, since no one knows what Phoenicians looked like, I blended a multitude of human physiognomies to create this plausible simulation.
        Beka: So, what you're saying is that you randomly chose a bunch of, uh, human female features. You mixed them all up and, uh, THIS was the first face that you came up with?
        Rommie: I MAY have experimented with a few options.
        Beka: Define 'a few'.
        Rommie: One hundred and seventy thousand, eight hundred and ninety four.
        Beka: I KNEW it!

      • Beka: Huh, weirdness alert.

      • Between birth and death lies desire,
        Desire for life, for love,
        for everything good.

        And this is the source
        of all suffering.

        Outcast Consensus 17
        CY 10942.

    • NOTES (4)

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      • Harper: Introducing Harper nano-bot 107. I like to call this model the 'Ms Pac-Man Waoh Waoh Waoh Waoh.' It's an obscure reference to an ancient video game.

        References the popular video arcade game Pac-Man which was first released in Japan in 1979, and its sequel Ms. Pac-Man, which was released in 1981.

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