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|Introduced||The Night the Cylons Landed, Part I|
|Death||The Night the Cylons Landed, Part II|
|Role||Humanoid Cylon operative|
|Portrayed by||Roger Davis|
|Andromus is a Cylon|
|Andromus is a Final Five Cylon|
|Andromus is a Human/Cylon Hybrid|
|Andromus is an Original Series Cylon|
|Andromus in the separate continuity|
Andromus' fighter crash-lands in New York. He takes Centuri (the only other survivor of the crash; a second Cylon android perishes) on a mission to transmit a distress signal back to the Cylons.
He and Centuri attend a party, where they met Wolfman Jack. Centuri is disabled by radiation from a microwave oven. Andromus uses his red beam to destroy the microwave and set fire in the apartment, allowing them to kidnap Wolfman Jack by employing his power of persuasion.
A disoriented Centuri carries Andromus off the top of the radio station's building to their demise (The Night the Cylons Landed).
- Andromus is the first instance of the concept of a humanoid Cylon in the Battlestar Galactica universe. The concept would be re-visited to dramatic effect 23 years later in the Re-imagined Series, although those Cylons wouldn't be androids, but biological creations.
- Andromus was scripted to appear in the episode "The Super Scouts, Part I" during the attack on the freighter Delphi, which showed the brief debut of the "A-B Raider". However, the scripted scenes never made their way into the episode: either they were never shot or were removed during the editing process.