"I don't think this is a good idea at all." Andromeda's hologram stated firmly.

"I don't know how I let you talk me into helping you."

"Awww, come on Rom-Doll. You know I gotta do this. It's a challenge."

"Dylan wouldn't approve."

"Hey, I'm doing this on my own time. Besides, Dylan had his chance to go back in time. Why shouldn't I get to try it?"

"That was different and you know it, Harper."

"Yeah, yeah. Well, look, I'm working out the bugs to the machine. I can get it working perfectly, I know it. It's not going to hurt anybody or anything."

Andromeda seriously doubted that. But, she'd let Harper talk her into aiding him. There was just something about him. It was hard to say no to him, although she just knew that this time travel project of his was going to be a disaster.

Harper fiddled around with the machine, adjusting wires and such. The chance to travel back into the past was too great a temptation. He had to go for it. So, he'd enlisted Andromeda. Of course, she'd resisted at first but, in the end, she'd agreed. She could never say no to him and he'd turned on all the Seamus Harper charm that he was capable of, which was a lot.

"I'm ready to go." He announced.

"I must try to talk you out of this one last time. What if something goes wrong?"

"Relax. We're talking about Seamus Harper, super genius. Nothing is going to go wrong. Just tell Dylan that I forced you to help me. I really did. When I turn on my charm, I'm irresistible. Women stand helpless before me."

"Except, I'm not a woman, Harper, I'm a warship."

"THAT'S BESIDE THE POINT! All right now. Here goes." He pressed the keypad and promptly disappeared.