I'll double-check Miguel's sheet, thanks for catching that.
I shall waive the vaporization penalty for mentioning the-show-that-must-not-be-named, since they did treat Andorians at greater length than ever before and had some genuinely intriguing ideas.
The "pink-skins" slang is something that could have derived independently, it is genuinely fun and is an obvious thing for blue-skinned people to pick up on about not-blue-skinned people, so I'll say that one is in.
The idea to have the antennae move and be incorporated in gestural vocabulary is interesting in a way, and who knows, might have been something TOS might have tried with the right technology. However, it's at variance with the "fake antennae" trick demonstrated in "Journey to Babel," which is based on being able to disguise a transceiver as one because they were not expected to twitch around. Also, in general I've always had the sense that Andorian antennae were meant to be a kind of exotic combination between horns and sense organs, not an analogue to insectoid feelers (hence their being mounted on the back of the head). So on that one I unfortunately have to rule it is out.