Gabrielle is kidnapped to become the bride of Morpheus, the god of dream, so Xena has to go through her Dreamscape Passage to save her friend.

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Desmond Kelly ...
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Gabrielle is kidnapped to become the bride of Morpheus, the god of dream, so Xena has to go through her Dreamscape Passage to save her friend.

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Xena: [Picks up Gabrielle's breast dagger] I'll keep this for the time being.
Gabrielle: Ha, it's not like your breasts aren't dangerous enough!
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Excellent episode with some insight and character development for both Xena and Gabrielle.
3 December 2014 | by (Planet Earth) – See all my reviews

Uh oh, Morpheus wants Gabrielle for his bride and has taken her away. Xena enters a dreamscape in order to rescue her and faces her dark self. Meanwhile Gabrielle has to figure out how to defend herself and defeat bad guys without killing.

Before her kidnapping, Gabrielle expresses an interest in learning to fight(with a sword), and Xena gives her some advice on how she doesn't necessarily need to fight in order to survive. Loved the breast dagger conversation, "It's not like your breast aren't dangerous enough." Interesting to know that Gabby has paid such close attention to Xena's breasts. Wink wink. Later, our little bard does indeed demonstrate her cleverness when facing the bad guys thanks to Xena's advice.

Xena comes face-to-face with her past evil-self and struggles to defeat her in an intense psychological battle. Xena's evil-self that she faces comes from her own interpretation of her past-self. That's what make this scenario so interesting. This is an excellent episode with some insight and character development for both Xena and Gabrielle. It's topped off nicely with some philosophy from Xena at the end.


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