1.29 - Sisters

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Title Sisters
Episode # Season 1, Episode 29
First aired November 18, 1998
Directed by
Written by
Summary Kora's sister, Cleo, drops by for a visit. Kora deals with her own issues and Cleo's debts.

FoxKids Spoiler

  • When a jealous Kora (Angela Dotchin) tries to be more like her more popular sister Cleo (Loren Horsely), she's mistaken for her sibling and kidnapped by a pair of thugs.

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  • Kora's long lost sister Cleo shows up causing the green-eyed monster to show up in Kora, when her sister steals the spotlight. When Kora attempts to loosen up and be more like Cleo, she gets more than she bargained for when she's mistaken for her sister and is kidnapped by two thugs.

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Title card - End credits can be found here.

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  • Kora's Inn
  • Hera's Temple - (mention only)
  • Troy - (mention only)
  • Smuggler's Cove
  • Scalea - (mention only)

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Trivia & References

Bechdel Test - This episode passes several times, as Kora and Cleo have several conversations that are not about a man.
Pop Culture References and Greekisms - Jason says "All work and no play..." which is a reference to the proverb "All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy." It means that without time off from work, a person becomes both bored and boring.
Pop Culture References - The character of Don Corleonus, and the speech mannerisms used by the actor, is based on the title role played by Marlon Brando in the Academy Award winning movie The Godfather.
Pop Culture References - The henchman, Scarface, is based on the character made famous by Al Pacino in the movie of the same name.
Pop Culture References - Kora's line, "Cleo, Cleo, Cleo!", is a reference to the show "The Brady Bunch", when the character Jan is complaining that Marsha, her sister, is getting all the attention at a party and gets so upset that she whines "Marsha, Marsha, Marsha!"
Continuity Warning - The "Greekified" disco ball that is hung during this episode is in extreme contrast to the more modern-looking disco ball that is hung during Orpheus's concert in 1.20 - Fame.
Continuity, Yay! - In 1.10 - Cyrano de Hercules, Jason and Hercules were giving tips to Hephaestus on how to talk to girls. One of their tips was a drawn-out "Hello". The first thing the boys do when they see Cleo? "Well, hellooooo...."
Continuity, Yay! - Kora mentions that she's tried bands before, and they didn't work. This may be a reference to Orpheus's concert in 1.20 - Fame when the very popular concert became infested with Bacchae, causing mass panic as everyone ran for their lives, and possibly leaving Kora's Inn with some bad publicity.

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