Doyle is a fictional female Robot in the Andromeda television series who was played on screen by Brandy Ledford. Doyle is a female android that Seamus Harper built to replace Rommie when she (Rommie) was blown apart at the end of the previous series (series 4). Doyle only appeared in the firfth series and was a regular.
Seamus didn't tell Doyle that she was an android, it was only when they came up across an episode antagonist who happened to be an android that Seamus was forced to admit the truth about Doyle. When Doyle cut herself, she would leak cooler fluid but Seamus would tell it was blood.
Seamus felt that not telling Doyle that she was an android, he felt she could be more human. Doyle acted just like any other human. When Seamus was angling for some work, Doyle wanted her share of the profits and wouldn't back down until Seamus relented which he did.
Doyle would wake up at night having nightmares of places that she hadn't been or remembered, Seamus revealed that those dreams were in fact memories from Rommie. Seamus had wanted Doyle to be a near perfect copy of Rommie as he could get. Seamus did remove the memories so that Doyle could rely only on her memories.
It was not eighth episode ("So Burn the Untamed Lands") that Doyle finally got onboard the Andromeda Ascendant. She walked down the corridors of the Ascendant turning the lights on which would then be turned off immediately afterwards. Although, she wasn't Rommie, Doyle did posses the ability to control various aspects of the craft.
When Doyle reached the bridge, Andromeda's holographic representation appeared and confronted Doyle. It was left to Trance Gemini who was on the bridge to call a peace between them.
|Last Updated||Saturday, June 22, 2019|
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