The nth reincarnation of Alti clones Xena and Gabrielle to make havoc in present World, helped by a trio of nerds with strangely known faces.

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Livia / Eve (archive footage)
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Mac
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Lucifer (archive footage) (as Alex Mendoza)
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Ares, God of War (archive footage)
Claire Stansfield ...
Alti / Alexis Los Alamos
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The nth reincarnation of Alti clones Xena and Gabrielle to make havoc in present World, helped by a trio of nerds with strangely known faces.

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Thought to be an error, The reference to 'Dr. Spock' is not a reference to the legendary 'Star Trek' character, but instead, Dr. Spock was a wildly popular child care specialist in the 1950's and 60's, who wrote several books on child rearing that were best sellers among new parents.

If he had lived in the 21st century, Mr Spock, the Vulcan, might have left a fingernail behind, but he hadn't been born yet. See more »

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Gabrielle: [about being cloned] Did Ares do this?
Alti: No, a higher power, called "science."
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No Xena fans were harmed during the making of this motion picture. See more »

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Send in the Funny
27 September 2007 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

If you have to do a clip show, you have to look to "Xena" for the best way to do it. "Xena" always succeeded in making clip shows are interesting or as funny as any other episode – not something other series are able to pull off.

Completely unique and a fun wink to the fans, "Send in the Clones" knows how to walk the line of mocking fans in a way we enjoy, without being insulting.

Lucy Lawless is brilliant when it comes to drama, but when she does comedy on "Xena", it's something special. She's laugh out loud, fall over hilarious as the clone Xena. And Xena's opinion on guns was one of the best lines in the episode.

And, for sure, you can't miss with an episode that guest stars Claire Stansfield and Alison Wall.


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