Hercules: The Legendary Journeys: Season 4, Episode 11

Medea Culpa (26 Jan. 1998)

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Hercules, Iolaus, and Jason flashback to tackling a monster with the help of Medea, a young woman they encounter along the road, but who may have her own agenda.

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Narelle Swenson ...
Little Girl / Hera
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Teenage Girl #1
Benjamin Banse ...
Villager
Carole Seay ...
Woman (as Carol Seay)
Ian Harrop ...
Fisherperson
Alan de Malmanche ...
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In their adolescence, Hercules and Iolaus were best, cockily but playfully rivaling mates with recently Corinth's recently enthroned king Jason. When a three-headed, fire-breeding, poison-tailed monster terrorizes his land, the trio sets out on a dragon-slaying quest. On the way, Hercules's friendship with Jason is tested by a little girl appearing from nowhere sabotaging his chariot race chances, but the real blow is young adult tomcat Medea, who soon seduces both, thus turning them into bitter rivals, as Hera planned. Written by KGF Vissers

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