Hercules: The Legendary Journeys: Season 6, Episode 8

Full Circle (22 Nov. 1999)

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When Zeus uses Evander, Ares and Nemesis' son, to rescue Hera from Tartarus, the Earth is in danger.

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When Zeus uses Evander, Ares and Nemesis' son, to rescue Hera from Tartarus, the Earth is in danger.

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Last show of the series. See more »

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Ares: [looking up to the sky] ARE THERE NO MORE HEROES?
Hercules: Hey, you've got us.
[Ares vomits]
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No Ancient Greek Myths were seriously harmed during the production of this series, although some stories were slightly altered for the entertainment and enjoyment of our audience. See more »

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