Xena: Warrior Princess (1995–2001)
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Fallen Angel 

Xena and Gabrielle's souls reach Heaven, but they have to face their old enemy, Callisto, who is now a demon and kidnaps Gabrielle and carries her to Hell. In the Earth, Joxer, Amarice and ... See full summary »

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Xena
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Gabrielle (as Renee O'Connor)
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Joxer
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Eli
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Amarice
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Tamati Rice ...
Raphael
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Lief
Angela Gribben ...
Laura
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Arleia (as Lee Jane Foreman)
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Pankos
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Xena and Gabrielle's souls reach Heaven, but they have to face their old enemy, Callisto, who is now a demon and kidnaps Gabrielle and carries her to Hell. In the Earth, Joxer, Amarice and Eli decide to recover Xena and Gabrielle's bodies from the crosses where they died. Written by Anonymous

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This episode marks Callisto becoming good and finally being at peace. See more »

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Gabrielle: Are you telling me that Xena is in Hell and she's in Paradise?
Callisto: Gabrielle? I know you.
Gabrielle: Oh, you know me. You murdered my husband and many innocent people.
Callisto: No. No, I would never do something like that. Would I?
[she looks around]
Callisto: Would I? I'm sorry. I don't remember.
Gabrielle: You stay away from me.
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