Andromeda

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Andromeda

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5 Seasons, 110 Episodes
60 Minutes
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Gene Roddenberry's Andromeda is a science fiction television series based on unused material by Gene Roddenberry and produced by his widow, Majel Roddenberry. It was developed by Robert Hewitt Wolfe. With Kevin Sorbo as High Guard Captain Dylan Hunt. The series ran from 2000 to 2005.

SEASON 03 • EPISODE 06

Slipfighter the Dogs of War

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Andromeda S3E6
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After finding out that a planet is developing nova bombs and testing them on nearby star and planet, Dylan takes it upon himself to disarm them. The commonwealth refuses to help so its a mission for the Andromeda and her crew!

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by TelevisionFanboy

Jan 11, 2016

Outrageous and outlandish Drawn Together is funny. It is crude, disparaging, disgusting, and nonsensical but it is funny. Not for kids, this animated comedy features some of the most extreme humor you will find on television. But more often than not, this show is hilarious. Worth watching for those not easily offended.

by me2011

Dec 18, 2015

I'm almost ashamed to admit how much I loved this show. :) It is a guaranteed laugh for those who are not offended by crass humour. It is so funny that I've even watched the series a second time since it was cancelled.

by Cristina.Sandu

Feb 17, 2015

If you're easily offended, I suggest you don't watch this show. It may be a cartoon, but it's most definitely not for childern and the fainth hearted. Still, if you like exagerrated comedy that makes fun of everything and everyone, and you can take a hit, this is your show. It has the same type o comedy as South Park. I enjoyed it.

by Moniie

Mar 14, 2019

Dark humor, disgusting and crude.. if you are easily offended dont watch XD It makes fun of EVERYTHING in life, parody. i didnt like it that much but im sure there are ppl that did xD

by sidereeltor

Dec 30, 2016

Utter tastelessness served nonchalantly and with such ruthless precision, it at times crosses the line twice to seem exquisite and artful again. If you can bear to watch this show it's almost certain you will enjoy it - but that's a big "if." The first season was very uneven, but the more the reality tv elements were abandoned over the next two seasons, the more consistent it became as a show.