Disney's Hercules

Season 2 Episode 13

Hercules and the Green-Eyed Monster

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Aired Unknown Jan 16, 1999 on
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Hercules and the Green-Eyed Monster
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Jealous of his father getting remarried, Icarus takes Pandora's box of mysteries and releases them during the wedding.

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    Jon Favreau

    Jon Favreau

    voice of Jealousy

    Guest Star

    David Hyde Pierce

    David Hyde Pierce

    voice of Daedalus

    Guest Star

    Kathy Najimy

    Kathy Najimy

    voice of Thespis

    Guest Star

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (1)

    • QUOTES (2)

      • Hercules: (knocks on the door where Icarus is hiding after finding out his father isgoing to marryMiss Thespis) Icarus, you can't stay in there forever.
        Icarus: (through the door) Yes I can! I'm not coming out and... (Hercules rips the door off its hinges, revealing that Icarus is hanging onto the handle on the other side)
        Icarus: (slowly realizing that he's out of the bathroom)...you...can't...make me, OH CRUD!

      • Cassandra: (smirks, knowing that Miss Thespis is why Daedaus is smiling) Ah, that explains a lot.
        Hercules: (chuckles) Should have known.
        Cassandra: The giddiness, the humming....
        Icarus: (preoccupied with his baby teeth necklace, which he tried to give to Cassandra earlier) What? What are you guys talking about?
        Hercules and Cassandra: Daedalus is in love!
        Icarus: (misunderstanding) Love is a strong word, but he does have a healthy respect for his career.
        Hercules: Not with his career, with a lady.
        Icarus: (drops his teeth necklace out of shock) What?! What lady?! (Hercules turns Icarus's head towards Daedalus and the woman.)
        Icarus: Miss Thespis? (amused) No, she's just his companion for slow dances, moonlit walks, and candlelight dinners, not a girlfriend.
        Hercules: Then how do you explain that?
        Daedalus: (kisses Miss Thespis's hand) Miss Thespis, my steam engine, I give you the inner me. (Hands her a familiar looking necklace....)
        Icarus: Aw, a baby teeth necklace. SWEET APOLLO ON A FLAMING CHARIOT, THEY'RE IN LOVE! (Faints.)

    • NOTES (1)

    • ALLUSIONS (3)

      • In Greek Mythology, Pandora's box is really a vase that she opened after her marriage with Epimetheus.

      • In Greek Mythology, Pandora was created by the smith-god Hephaestus because Zeus ordered him to.

      • Pandora was the first woman and was created by Zeus. She was designed by the gods to be the undoing of mankind. The curiosity that was given to her by Hera, made Pandora open up a box that carried all the misfortunes that man now has.

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