Young Hercules

Season 1 Episode 23

A Lady in Hades

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Aired Weekdays 4:30 PM Nov 04, 1998 on FOX
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Hercules and Jason travel to the underworld in an attempt to talk Hades out of sending Eurydice to Tartarus despite her service to Bacchus. Meanwhile, Jason is reunited with his father in the Elysian Fields.

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  • A Lady in Hades

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    A Lady in Hades was a perfect episode of Young Hercules and I really enjoyed watching because the story was well written, engaging, intriguing and full of character and plot development. It was awesome to see Eurydice trying to fight for a girl she turned into a Bacchai. Hercules really went all out trying to save Eurydice from spending eternity in Tartarus because of her Bacchai past. Jason was able to experience some the perks of being a close friend with Hercules, like visiting his father in the afterlife. I though Jason's nick name bunion boy was hilarious, hahaha! In the end Hercules succeeds and leaves Hades on good terms. I love the humor and campiness of the series. I look forward to watching the next episode!!!!!!!!!moreless

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  • QUOTES (1)

    • Jason: Are you sure your uncle Hades isn't going to mind us just dropping in?
      Hercules: I don't know. I haven't met him yet.
      Jason: Great. God of the Other Side who decides where we spend eternity, and you just want to drop by unannounced.
      Hercules: Hey! I'm going, Jason!
      Jason: Just checking.

  • NOTES (2)

    • Iolaus, played by Dean O'Gorman, does not appear in this episode. He is said to be manning the dunking booth at a festival.

    • The estate that was used for the Elysian Fields was also used for the wedding scene in the Hercules, the Legendary Journeys episode "The Wedding of Alcmene".

  • ALLUSIONS (2)

    • Charon: Oh, the pain in my liver, I wouldn't wish it on Prometheus.

      In punishment for giving fire to humans, the Titan Prometheus was punished by Zeus by being chained to a mountainside and have his liver torn from him daily by a giant eagle or vulture. Prometheus is eventually freed from captivity by Hercules.

    • This episode replaces Orpheus with Hercules. Hades is depicted as a younger man, and it is quite humorous to see how he acts. In accordance with mythology, Hades doesn't really care. Tartarus is depicted as a gaping hole and it looks like a vortex sucks you in. The Elysian Fields looks like a pair of large, celestial looking doors. Jason being reunited with his father is an allusion to another story about the Underworld in which a man travels to see his father to seek his advice.

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