Young Hercules

Season 1 Episode 41

Iolaus Goes Stag

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Aired Weekdays 4:30 PM Feb 23, 1999 on FOX
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Iolaus attempts to prove to his uncle that he has what it takes to be a Hunter like him and with Hercules and Jason in tow, he heads out on a deer hunt. When Iolaus goes after the Golden Hind, though, Artemis punishes him by switching his body with that of a deer.

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    Iolaus Goes Stag was another perfect episode of Young Hercules. I found the story to be an intriguing take on the myth of Actaeon whom Artemis turned into a stag. There was action, some drama, and plenty of humor. Hercules figured out what was going on pretty quickly and it was great to see him try to save his friend. It was also cool to see a Golden Hind again as well as Artemis. The ending was great and I certainly look forward to watching more episodes!!!!!!!!!moreless

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  • QUOTES (2)

    • Hercules (when Iolaus says he's leaving the Academy to be a hunter): I mean, it's okay and everything, it's just, it's not where I thought we were headed.
      Iolaus: We?
      Hercules: Yes, we! I just started thinking of us as a team, you know. You, me and Jason against the world. We were going to go out into the world and do great things.

    • Jason (chasing the deer in Iolaus' body): I think Iolaus has taken his uncle's advice 'think like a deer' too seriously!

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    • A good deal of the deer hunting footage of the deer itself was also used in the season 6 episode "The Abyss" of the series Xena: Warrior Princess.

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Iolaus' plight is reminiscent of the hunter Actaeon of Greek myth. When he hunted one of Artemis' sacred deer, Artemis punished changing him into a deer. He was torn apart by his own hunting dogs, and died.

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