|"Dance of the Mayflies"|
| Series Andromeda|
Season 2, Episode 15
|Air date||February 18th, 2002|
|Writers||Ashley Edward Miller; Zack Stentz; Robert Hewitt Wolfe|
|Director||J. Miles Dale|
|Producers||Majel Roddenberry; Allan Eastman; Kevin Sorbo; Robert Hewitt Wolfe; Karen Wookey|
|Starring||Kevin Sorbo; Lisa Ryder; Keith Hamilton Cobb; Laura Bertram; Brent Stait; Gordon Michael Woolvett; Lexa Doig|
"Be All My Sins Remembered"
"In Heave Now are Thee"
"Dance of the Mayflies" is the fifteenth episode of season two of the science fiction television series Andromeda and the thirty-seventh episode of the series overall. The episode was directed by J. Miles Dale with a script written by Ashley Edward Miller and Zack Stentz. Teleplay by Robert Hewitt Wolfe. It first aired in the United States and Canada on the Sci-Fi Channel on Monday, February 18th, 2002.
Principal Cast Edit
|Kevin Sorbo||Captain Dylan Hunt|
|Lisa Ryder||Beka Valentine|
|Keith Hamilton Cobb||Tyr Anasazi|
|Laura Bertram||Trance Gemini|
|Brent Stait||Rev Bem|
|Gordon Michael Woolvett||Seamus Harper|
|Steve Bacic||Telemachus Rhade|
Guest Stars Edit
|Christopher Sumpton||Bokor #1|
|Jessica Amlee||Little girl|
|Brahm Taylor||Mouth bokor|
|Janyse Jaud||Voice artist|
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- Seamus Harper: What? I thought bug people were our friend.
- Dylan Hunt: So did I.
- Tyr Anasazi: Which is why I place great stocking in paranoia.
- Dylan Hunt: The visitors reacted differently to your body.
- Trance Gemini: Yes.
- Dylan Hunt: Trance, are you dead or alive?
- Trance Gemini: Yes.
.... v: Internal defenses ineffectual.
- Rommie: Dylan, I'm not reading any pulses or brainwaves from the plague victims, and their bodies register at room temperature.
- Tyr Anasazi: Well, that would make sense. They're corpses.
- Rommie: Yes, the trouble is they're walking around the ship trying to kill you.
- Tyr Anasazi: [Dylan looks at Tyr] You're surprised? That's what you get for incessantly trying to help!
- Dylan Hunt: The ungrateful dead.
- Seamus Harper: Yes, sir. Bravely running away, sir.
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See also Edit
The World of Andromeda
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