Young Hercules

Season 1 Episode 3

Between Friends (2)

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Aired Weekdays 4:30 PM Sep 16, 1998 on FOX
9.3
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Between Friends (2)
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Strife frames Iolaus for stealing money from Kora's in an attempt to get at Hercules

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  • Between Friends

    9.5
    Between Friends was a superb and entertaining episode of Young Hercules and a great second episode! The story continued from last time and had some fun action, intriguing drama, and a suspenseful ending. I liked how Hercules had to deal with what happened and how his friends interacted. I certainly look forward to watching the next episode to see what will happen!!!!!!!
Joel Tobeck

Joel Tobeck

Nysus Gaius

Guest Star

Michael Daly

Michael Daly

Tarsus

Guest Star

John Steemson

John Steemson

Leonidas

Guest Star

Joel Tobeck

Joel Tobeck

Strife

Recurring Role

Ross Duncan

Ross Duncan

Fiducius

Recurring Role

Nathaniel Lees

Nathaniel Lees

Cheiron

Recurring Role

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  • QUOTES (3)

    • Kora: Kitchen's closing. Anything else?
      Iolaus: Uh, how about a slow walk in the moonlight- you, me, the stars?
      Kora: Alone, Iolaus, with you?
      Iolaus: Sure!
      Kora: Okay. Sneak into the Academy barn, crawl into the hayloft, close your eyes... and dream on!

    • Hercules (to Strife as they fight): You fight worse than you dress! You want to be a real God, you have to do better than that!

    • Jason (referring to Strife): Think about it, Hercules. You've thumped a God.
      Hercules: Ah, it wasn't a very big God.

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  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Acupuncture:

      Cheiron treats Hercules with acupuncture, a form of treatment that can be traced as far back as the 1st millennium BCE in China. The first Chinese medical text that describes acupuncture is the Yellow Emperor's c of Internal Medicine, which was compiled around 305-204 BCE.

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