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Deeper than the ocean, or the abysmal dark
Of the unfathomed center."
Enoch Vere de Vere,
|Episode 024 (2x02)|
- Continues the plot about the remains of Drago Museveni (Music of a Distant Drum - 1x13)
- Shows Harper's reaction to the Magog-larvae and the cleanup-efforts on the Andromeda.
- An exit strategy is a means of escaping one's current situation, typically an unfavourable situation. An organization or individual without an exit strategy may be in a quagmire. At worst, an exit strategy will save face; at best, an exit strategy will peg a withdrawal to the achievement of an objective worth more than the cost of continued involvement. (Wikipedia)
- Enoch is a name occurring twice in the generations of Adam. In one, he is described as having had a city named after him, but it is the other occurrence for which the name is famous. Despite the fame, the second mention of the name merely says that Enoch walked with God, and was not, for God took him, that he lived 365 years, and the great-grandfather of Noah (Genesis 5:22-29). Despite the brief description, its highly esoteric nature lead Enoch to be one of the main two focal points for much of the 1st millennium BC Jewish mysticism. In Islam, he is usually referred to as Idris, and regarded as a prophet. He is commemorated as one of the Holy Forefathers in the Calendar of Saints of the Armenian Apostolic Church on July 30. (Wikipedia)
- A lament or lamentation is a song or poem expressing grief, regret or mourning. Many of the oldest and most lasting poems in human history have been laments. Laments are present in both the Iliad and the Odyssey, in Beowulf, in the Hindu Vedas, and in ancient Near Eastern religious texts, including the Mesopotamian city laments such as the Lament for Ur and the Jewish Tanakh (or Old Testament). In many oral traditions, both early and modern, the lament has been a genre usually performed by women. (Wikipedia)
- Sous-terre means something like "below ground" or "underground"
- Ian Marsh as Kiyama
- John MacDonald as Nietzschean
- Christian Maguire
- Air Date: 08.10.2001
- Season Two production crew
- Writer: Matt Kiene & Joe Reinkemeyer
- Director: T.J. Scott
- Cut: Lara Mazur