Xena and Gabrielle face their anger and deceptions in an odd in-between world, guided by Solan, Xena's son.
Did You Know?
The costumes in this episode are all based on tarot cards. Xena was the high priestess, then the chariot, and also death for a short time; Gabrielle was the star, then the empress, and then the world; Callisto was the fool and then justice; Joxer was the hanged man and then the hermit; Ares was the emperor; Lila was the hierophant; and Solon was the magician. See more
When Ares strips Xena of the blue and beige dress robes given to her by Callisto he does so by slashing the shoulder straps. However, when the camera pans down to show Xena's bare legs as the robes fall off her the shoulder straps are not slashed. See more
[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?
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.
[...] See more
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
Hearts Are Hurting
Music by Joseph LoDuca
Lyrics by Dennis Spiegel
Performed by Lucy Lawless
and Susan Wood See more