Season 1,episode 1
Jason bravely confronts and slays the minotaur.
The Oracle's cryptic messages tend frustrate Jason.
The Oracle offers Jason advice: "We tell ourselves we are lost, but really we know what we must do."
A celebrated and revered figure, The Oracle is well aware of the strong and sometimes dangerous impact of her prophecies.
Driven by an almost overwhelming thirst for power, the Queen is singularly focused on maintaining her position, no matter the cost.
Hercules offers Pythagoras advice for facing the minotaur: "Maybe you could talk about triangles and bore the Minotaur to death."
Pythagoras explains that each citizen of Atlantis must draw a stone. Those who draw a white stone are spared; those who draw a black stone are forced to face the minotaur.
"How could a city exist under the ocean? Surely everyone would drown?" - Pythagoras
"I AM NOT FAT. I am heavily built. Powerful. I have big bones." - Hercules
Hercules and Pythagoras are no match for the king's men.
Hercules' critique of Jason's sword fighting: "I have seen four-year-old girls with a stronger grip!"
The brains and the brawn.
Jason's companions, Hercules and Pythagoras, attempt to help their new friend escape his fate, facing the deadly minotaur.
If Jason wants to survive in Atlantis, he'll need to improve his sword fighting.
Strikingly beautiful, Ariadne is heir to the throne. Hers is a privileged but lonely life, dominated by her sacred duties.
While searching for his lost father, Jason finds himself in a place beyond his wildest dreams... the lost city of Atlantis.