Peter DeLuise, Calvin, directed the previous episode, Abridging the Devil's Divide. He also directed a number of other episodes. See more »
Rhade's vitals are strong. The slipfighter's are not.
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Lost in a maze with somebody who may not be trustworthy
As this episode opens Indra Xicol, an emissary of Tri-Jema, arrives with an offer of peace. In return it is expected that Dylan will hand over the Route of Ages... unfortunately it appears to have been stolen. Luckily there is a copy but that is hidden in a maze within a maze; looked after by a rather difficult couple. Dylan, Rhade and Indra head to retrieve the copy from the couple looking after it. Rhade is soon separated from the other two. As they search together Dylan and Indra appear to be getting closer but can she really be trusted. Meanwhile Tri-Jema arrives in a fleet and threatens Andromeda.
This was an enjoyable episode. Having Dylan getting involved with yet another beautiful character may be more than a little cliché but Emily Holmes, who plays Indra, is fun and has a good chemistry with Kevin Sorbo's Dylan. The design of the maze is a little simplistic; lots of corridors lined with red curtains but at least it wasn't another cave system. It isn't too clear just how trustworthy Indra is; my opinion of her changed more than once as the episode progressed. Calvino and Astrid, the couple in the maze, are enjoyably over the top; Calvino clearly a pastiche of a character from a Shakespeare comedy. Overall a fun episode; largely thanks to the guest stars.
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