Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 11 days 9 hours 53 minutes
The hero twins will rise...and then fall. The underworld calls, and the monsters of their past comes back to haunt them.
In the beginning, the gods apparently had an undo button. And angry tortilla griddles that took out the first humans. Today, it's the beginning of the beginning in the Popol Vuh.
Subramanya has learned something terrible about two people who are practically siblings to him. Can he use his deep wisdom to beat the life that's laid out before them?
Who is the smith god of Olympus? Why is he married to Aphrodite, and why can't he catch a break? This week, it's all about Hephaestus and his journey of self discovery where he (hopefully) doesn't fall off a mountain. Again.
We're back in the story of the Monkey King, and monkey finds a noble new calling: freeing enslaved monks.
It's the story of "The White Cat" by Madame d'Aulnoy, and in addition to questionable parenting, there are quests, dwarves that are just doing their job, evil fairies, and cat ballet.
A story from Korean folklore about friendship, kindness, moving on, and why magicians are terrible actors.
The story from Greek mythology of how Hermes became an Olympian by killing a turtle and eating some barbecue.
We wrap of the stories of the dervishes (and the mysterious visitors to the party who are DEFINITELY NOT the caliph and Jafar) and then the hostess and her sisters find the tables have turned...because, yes of course, they have been threatening the life of their ruler, but more because...why were they beating those dogs and weeping??
A party no one can speak of under threat of death. Genie fights, wizard battles, and grocery shopping. Yes, we're back in One Thousand and One Nights.