Happy birthday again, Gabrielle! This time the girls fall victims of their reciprocal practical jokes, but with the help of Aphrodite and a lovely poem by Sappho the couple will make peace and will fly to the sunset.

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Gabrielle (as Renee O'Connor)
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Katie Stuart ...
Genia
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Zarat
Taungaroa Emile ...
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Happy birthday again, Gabrielle! This time the girls fall victims of their reciprocal practical jokes, but with the help of Aphrodite and a lovely poem by Sappho the couple will make peace and will fly to the sunset.

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Lucy Lawless's yelp in disbelief in the swimming scene was for real, since Renee O'Connor unexpectedly pinched her. See more »

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Gabrielle: [Reading her "birthday" poem from Xena] There's a moment when I look at you, and no speech is left in me. My tongue breaks, then fire races under my skin, and I tremble...
[Gabrielle's voice breaks]
Gabrielle: ... and grow pale. For I am dying of such love, or so it seems to me.
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Loved it. This is my ending to the series.
1 January 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I consider this episode my ending to the series. FIN I/II angers me! It was so hilarious. Xena and Gabrielle doing pranks on each other. It was Gabrielle's birthday. Subtext galore on this one! You can tell they love each other. Xena even states that her boobs are spoken for! How incredible is that. Hehe. Also, that poem at the end was enormously endearing. I absolutely fell in love with that episode. I truly did. It is right on up there with One Against an Army and A Day in the Life! The plot could have been better but all the loving scenes made up for the lack in a good story. However, they weren't trying to make a lasting impression with that plot even though it truly should have ended with that episode. I hate FIN. I had to go gambling that same night after I saw it.


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