1.21 - Lyre, Liar

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Title Lyre Liar
Episode # Season 1, Episode 21
First aired November 3, 1998
Directed by
Written by
Summary Eurydice agrees to marry Bacchus to save Hercules's life. Ep 3 of 4.


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  • When a gang of Bacchae unexpectedly surround Hercules, Iolaus, Eurydice, and Orpheus in a local village marketplace, it is clear that Orpheus is still in cahoots with Bacchus. Once again, Hercules finds himself up against insurmountable odds as he tries to free Eurydice from the lies and deception thrust upon her by both Orpheus and the evil god, Bacchus.
  • Eurydice (Morgan Fairhead) agrees to become Bacchus's bride if he will leave Orpheus (Kieren Hutchison) alone.

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  • Hercules and Iolaus meet up with Eurydice and Orpheus but when it's discovered that Orpheus still has the lyre, Eurydice promises Bacchus that she will become his bride if he agrees to leave the others alone.

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Pop Culture References and Greekisms - The title "Lyre, Liar" is probably a reference to the common phrase, "Liar, liar, pants on fire", since Orpheus lied about destroying the lyre.
Pop Culture References and Greekisms - TV.com claims that the title "Lyre, Liar" is a reference to the 1997 movie Liar, Liar starring Jim Carrey. However, other than the title, there doesn't seem to be any plot similarities - in the movie, a man who lies all the time is cursed and can only tell the truth.
Continuity Warning - In the Xena episode "2.04 - Girls Just Wanna Have Fun", Xena says that Eurydice was killed when she got in the middle of a war between Xena's army and Bacchus's Bacchae.

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