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"Hercules and the Romans" is an episode of Hercules: The Animated Series. It aired on February 15, 1999.


Icarus goes to the Library of Alexandria for a project, but gets dropped in Rome on the way back to Greece, where the Romans (who have sent messages all over for gods) worship him as a god. Hercules, worried about his friend, convinces Zeus to let him take Nemesis to track Icarus. They eventually find him, and Nemesis wants to smite him for claiming to be a god. However, they are interrupted by three Egyptian gods who try to take the spot while rampaging Rome so that they can make it like Egypt with all the pyramids. Hercules battles them and Nemesis to protect Rome. In the aftermath, Icarus gives the Greek gods Roman names and in the Underworld, Hades is angry for being named Pluto, claiming he wouldn't even name his dog Pluto (a reference to Mickey's dog, Pluto).


  • Nemesis says: "Hasta la vista, false god."; a reference to one of Arnold Schwarzenegger's character, the Terminator's famous lines: "Hasta la vista, baby."
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