Xena: Warrior Princess (1995–2001)
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The Bitter Suite 

Xena and Gabrielle face their anger and deceptions in an odd in-between world, guided by Solan, Xena's son.

Director:

Oley Sassone

Writers:

Rob Tapert (created by) (as Robert Tapert), John Schulian (created by) | 4 more credits »
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Lucy Lawless ... Xena
Renée O'Connor ... Gabrielle (as Renee O'Connor)
Ted Raimi ... Joxer
Kevin Smith ... Ares
Hudson Leick ... Callisto
David Taylor David Taylor ... Solan
Daniel Sing ... Ming T'ien
Marton Csokas ... Khrafstar
Karl Urban ... Caesar
Danielle Cormack ... Ephiny
Willa O'Neill ... Lila
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Robert Bugar Robert Bugar ... Singing Animal
Ron Coden Ron Coden ... Singing Warrior
April Arabian Tini April Arabian Tini ... Singing Villager
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Xena and Gabrielle face their anger and deceptions in an odd in-between world, guided by Solan, Xena's son.

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Certificate:

TV-14 | See all certifications »
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Details

Language:

English

Release Date:

2 February 1998 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

New Zealand

Company Credits

Production Co:

Renaissance Pictures See more »
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Runtime:

Sound Mix:

Dolby

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

Lucy Lawless, Kevin Smith and Willa O'Neill all did their own singing for this show, according to Lucy Lawless' comments on the DVD. See more »

Goofs

Xena must have been a truly remarkable person for not only was she present at the Trojan war, as we have seen in a past episode, but she also had the honor of knowing Julius Caesar. Considering that the Trojan war is historically placed at about 1194 BC-1184 BC and the aforementioned historical figure from about 100 BC - 30 BC for Xena to have survived over 1000 years is utterly amazing! Talk about your well kept woman! See more »

Quotes

Xena: [Xena sees Ares sitting on the throne; Xena talks to him] Ares... I thought as much, but why the big production number? What's the point?
Ares: [begins singing] You are the most divine delicious warrior. / A man can't help saluting your return. / And if you start my heart it's just the way you slash and burn./ Bewitching woman straining at the armor plates. / You singe me with the ardor you inflame./ And in my carnal heart there's not a solid thread of shame.
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Crazy Credits

The musical genre was not harmed during the production of this motion picture. In fact, the Producers sincerely hope you were A-MUSE-D by this episode. See more »

Soundtracks

Let Go
Music by Joseph LoDuca
Lyrics by Dennis Spiegel
Performed by Michelle Nicastro
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How many Tarot cards could you spot?
28 July 2015 | by bahnapaSee all my reviews

These are the Tarot cards I observed, in the order of appearance:

The Fool--Callisto

The High Priestess--Xena

The Wheel of Fortune

The Hanged Man--Joxxer

The Empress--Gabrielle

The Emperor--Ares

The Chariot--Xena

The Hermit--Joxxer

Death--Xena

Justice--Callisto

The Tower--struck by lightning

Judgment--ghosts rising from tombs with a trumpet playing

After that point, they continued without any more Tarot that I could discern.

They followed the designs of the Rider-Waite deck very closely, such as the Fool's green robe and dog, the High Priestess's two pillars, the Wheel of Fortune with its Hebrew letters and sphinx, the Chariot drawn by two sphinxes. Callisto says "Aleph am I," which is the Hebrew letter esoterically associated with the Fool card, and she quotes from The Book of Tokens, which is Rosicrucian meditations on the Rider-Waite Tarot.


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