One year after the fight in the swamp against Odin and the valkyries, Beowulf and his sidekick, Wiglaf, visit King Hrothgar of Denmark the day of his wedding. Beowulf gets shocked when she ... See full summary »

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Gabrielle (as Renee O'Connor)
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Brunhilda (voice)
Renato Bartolomei ...
Alexander Petersons ...
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Waltraute
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Roger W. Morrissey ...
Grinhilda Monster (as Roger Morrissey)
Luanne Gordon ...
John Leigh ...
Genevieve McClean ...
Hildegyth
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Sieglinda (as Loren Horsley)
John Wraight ...
Marama Jackson ...
Lucy Thomas ...
Second Rhein Maiden
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One year after the fight in the swamp against Odin and the valkyries, Beowulf and his sidekick, Wiglaf, visit King Hrothgar of Denmark the day of his wedding. Beowulf gets shocked when she discovers the bride is Xena, who's lost her memory and everyone calls Wealthea. After the wedding, Beowulf persuades Xena about who she is and what she has to do: come back to the swamp to awake Gabrielle... if Grinhilda doesn't kill them before. Written by Anonymous

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Gabrielle's role was short in this episode, in order for Renee O'Connor to prepare for directing Xena: Warrior Princess: A Dangerous Prey (2001). See more »

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Gabrielle: Thank you.
Beowulf: I'll miss you.
Gabrielle: You have a good heart, Beowulf. If it weren't for you, I'd still be in Brunhilda's flame.
Beowulf: I think we both know Xena would have found you eventually.
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