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Isis & Osiris: Part 1 

Believing they're close to finding Matt, Alex steps into Egyptian mythology and finds himself Osiris, king of the gods, with murderously jealous brother Set at his elbow.

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Matt Bellows
Wendy Anderson ...
Lily Bellows
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Lawrence Bayne ...
Set
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Earl Pastko ...
Leslie Malton ...
Barbara Frazier
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Detective Saybrook
Josh Sealy ...
Anubis (as Joshua Sealy)
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Jennifer Sterling ...
Queen Astarte (credit only)
Kathryn Osterberg ...
Woman
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Sure that they'll find Matt at the dawn of the pharaohs, Alex steps into Egyptian mythology to find himself Osiris, king of the gods. Though growingly aware of intensely jealous brother Set's plan to spring a death trap on him, Alex holds off for the last possible moment to leave, any moment expecting his father to appear. Meanwhile, back in the real world, Max, after his attack, hides his health issues from the Bellows family, and Philthy sadly believes Alex has outgrown their friendship. Written by statmanjeff

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Cleo Bellows: That's the goddess Isis. She's Osiris's wife.
Alex Bellows: I could like that.
Cleo Bellows: [as Alex and Isis kiss] She's also his sister.
Alex Bellows: [a little repelled] Mmm! Okay.
Cleo Bellows: Well, it's not that weird. Lots of royalty does it, you know, trying to keep the bloodlines pure. Uh, Egyptian gods, the Greek gods, Hapsburg princes. They all did it.
Alex Bellows: Yeah. It's just a little creepy.
Cleo Bellows: Well, I'm not arguing that point.
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