Atlantis

Season 1 Episode 13

Touched by the Gods - Part 2

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Aired Saturday Dec 28, 2013 on BBC
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Minos' health continues to fade as Pasiphae's scheming reaches its zenith. She sentences Ariadne to a gruesome execution not even the worst of enemies would deserve. Now that the court's loyalty is with the queen, Jason is Ariadne's last hope. He will need all the help he can get if he and his friends are to save her life. Fortunately, there are a few in Atlantis who remain loyal to the king...

As the series reaches a thrilling climax, the battle lines are drawn in Atlantis once and for all. But just as the odds seem stacked against Jason, a shocking revelation is made that exposes the past and changes the course of the future forever.

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Ken Bones

Ken Bones

Melas

Guest Star

Joe Dixon

Joe Dixon

Ramos

Guest Star

Lou Broadbent

Lou Broadbent

Ione

Guest Star

Juliet Stevenson

Juliet Stevenson

The Oracle

Recurring Role

Sarah Parish

Sarah Parish

Pasiphae

Recurring Role

Aiysha Hart

Aiysha Hart

Ariadne

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    • Hercules: Lovely people these lepers. Good cooks too, have you tried the stew?
      Pythagoras: I've never known a man whose heart and head is so ruled by his stomach.

    • Thychon: (About Ariadne) She is very beautiful. You have feeling for her?
      Jason: More than I can express.

    • Hercules: Sure this is a good idea?
      Jason: Any other ideas? Don't even think about saying we could grow beards.
      Hercules: I wasn't going to. (To Ariadne) Imagine you with a beard. Ridiculous idea.

    • Melas: It is as you feared, the King is being poisoned.
      Oracle: We must do all we can to save him.
      Melas: You always said that he had no right to be on the throne.
      Oracle: But if Pasiphae were to seize power, the suffering she would cause. It cannot be allowed to happen. It's the lesser of two evils.

    • Pythagoras: Are we headed in any particular direction or are we just fleeing in a general direction?

    • Ariadne: How do I look?
      Hercules: I don't know I was looking the other way, just admiring this tree.
      Ariadne: You may turn around now.
      Hercules: You look lovely.
      Jason: I was going to say the same.
      Hercules: Really?

    • Heptarian: It seems there is more than one traitor in the palace.
      Ramos: You and the Queen are chief among them. (To the guards) We serve the King, or have you forgotten that?

    • Ramos: You plan to try and rescue Princess Ariadne?
      Hercules: No, nothing of the sort. We have an infestation of mice. Big mice, the size of dogs. With big teeth, the size of cats.
      Pythagoras: Teeth the size of cats? (Chuckles nervously). Really?

    • Jason: You're fond of me? You've never even admitted that you like me.
      Hercules: Don't make a big thing of it. I'm marginally less fond of you than I am of him (Pythagoras). And I'm less fond of him than I am of wine, and pies.
      Pythagoras: That's probably the nicest thing you've ever said to me.

    • Hercules: The brazen bull.
      Jason: They're going to put Ariadne inside it and light the fire, aren't they?
      Pythagoras: The metal heats until the person inside is roasted to death. There are tubes inside the head of the animal and the victim's screams become like the bellowing of a bull. It is a truly remarkable piece of craftsmanship.

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