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The Lexicon 

Medea and Aegeus try to convince Hero to help them solve the riddle of the Lexicon and save Athens but Hero is not convinced of their motives. Lykos has no idea he is being used by Pallas ... See full summary »

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Amanda Tapping

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Nick Willing (created by), Richard Beattie (story by) | 2 more credits »
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Episode credited cast:
Tom York Tom York ... Hero
Sonya Cassidy ... Oracle
Sonita Henry ... Medea
Graham Shiels ... King Aegeus
Cas Anvar ... Xerxes
John Emmet Tracy ... Pallas
A.C. Peterson ... King Minos (as Alan C. Peterson)
Sophia Lauchlin Hirt ... Princess Ariadne
Wayne Burns ... Lykos
Ben Cotton ... Cyrus
Matt Frewer ... Daedalus
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Pauline Egan ... Aethra
Jessica Harmon ... Chalciope
Mike Klemak ... Hero's Bodyguard
Levi Meaden ... Kimon
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Medea and Aegeus try to convince Hero to help them solve the riddle of the Lexicon and save Athens but Hero is not convinced of their motives. Lykos has no idea he is being used by Pallas and Xerxes to betray Medea. At the Minoan camp, Daedalus creates a diversion so Oracle can slip away and try to get into Athens.

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Fantasy

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TV-14
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Release Date:

7 May 2015 (USA) See more »

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Trouble in Athens
28 June 2015 | by gtahackSee all my reviews

I like this episode but I still have some problems with some of the things that were included in it. The best part of the whole episode was Hero's emotions that were so much darker than ever before since the start of the series. To top it off the sadness really washed over his face and you could feel what the character was really going through. I just had to mention this because I have never seen such amazing acting before in my entire life. It's strange how one spectacular performance can make the difference between a good episode and a bad episode. One of the downsides of this episode though is that I feel uncertain how well the other actors matched that of the one playing hero in their performance. Queen Medea was top-notch ruthless as usual, which was perfect. However I feel like Oracle's character was much more powerful in the previous episodes than she was in this one. My only problem now is that I don't like the opening of the episode and I believe it should have been stronger. Personally speaking I would have started with something explosive like the war in Athens, and someone getting seriously wounded.


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