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Andromeda: V4.5: Season 4 (ep.18-22)

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Captain Hunt and the crew of the Starship Andromeda set out on a mission to rebuild the Systems Commonwealth 300 years after its fall.

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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful
Andromeda Season 4 Volume 4.5 Jan. 15 2005
By Lunia - Published on Amazon.com
These Are The Andromeda Episodes You Get When You Buy This Dvd

Episode 418 : Trusting The Gordian Maze

Episode 419 : A Symmetry Of Imperfection

Episode 420 : Time Out Of Mind

Episode 421 : The Dissonant Interval Part ONE

Episode 422 : The Dissonant Interval Part TWO
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Going Beyond Space and Time March 20 2005
By Mark Talmadge - Published on Amazon.com
I never got the chance to watch this series during its original run on cable and my first experience of this series was on DVD and after watching this series in its entirety (through Season 4) I must say that the ending to Season 4 was much too negative for a series to end like that.

I don't plan on wasting my time picking up the Season 5 DVD's because the whole premise of Season 5 about a darker universe and being trapped within a single solar system is too absurd for a science fiction series too remain too limited to a single plot thread.

While this has been an enjoyable series I think there should have been some resolution during the last episode but it was a very nice ending to the series considering that with Season 5, the directors, producers and creative team seem to run out of story ideas much like what happened with Season 5 of Babylon 5.

All in all, Andromeda (Season 1-4) deserves one of my best recommendations, if you're looking for a new series to get into. If you're looking for an original science fiction series to watch that doesn't contrain itself to the norm (i.e., Star Trek) than I'd suggest such shows as Andromeda, Farscape, Stargate SG-1, Firefly, Roswell, Dark Angel and Babylon 5 (Season 1-4). These are highly recommendable shows and deserve a special look.
great series May 15 2013
By K. Evans - Published on Amazon.com
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great series--a long time , and still Sorbo fan, this is an exciting, and fun show-worth watching and keeping DVDs
xmas gift Dec 18 2012
By muriel owens - Published on Amazon.com
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it came quickly and appears to bein good condition. .its a gift so can't say for sure until after the holidays.but I know that it is wanted..thanks lisa
1 of 3 people found the following review helpful
A pretty good finale for an average season March 4 2005
By Duke - Published on Amazon.com
Again, a great set quality wise. Top video and sound as usual.

Season one is still the best in my eyes and season three following that. Season four has been mainly lacklustre and has lost much of my interest with only a few good episodes. It became plodding and unfocused for many episodes. However, the last two final episodes are pretty good, if a bit Babylon 5-eque in some ways (B5 is still he best show out there BTW). We have lots of action and feel for the characters, especially Dillon.

Spoiler warning - so don't read after this if you don't want to!

I still can't help but wonder why Trance didn't just do what she did far sooner, even seasons ago! And why does the final episode have to be so tragic? Many needless deaths I feel. I was hoping for Tier to come back after surviving his fall somehow, to create a nice three-way battle, but no. When he left is when things went slowly downhill. This looks like a definite ending to me... I wonder what this studio will be up to next.