[S1E3] Heart Of Darkness
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A troubled Eve tells Gabrielle that a cancerous evil has taken root in Xena's heart and is destroying her soul. Back at Cyrene's tavern, Gabrielle and Eve warn Xena about the evil that is overtaking her. With a mischievous smile, Xena reveals that she plans to turn Lucifer into the King of Hell by showing him how much he'll like the dark side. To set the trap, she arranges a romantic picnic with Lucifer during which she shamelessly flirts with him. Unknowingly, Lucifer commits another sin, gluttony, as Xena tempted him with ale and food. Appealing to his vanity and lust for power, Xena suggests that he stay on Earth to rule with her. Although Lucifer did not accept the offer, his thoughts have committed him of envying of the higher ranking Archangels.
Meanwhile, Virgil, whose heart is growing ever darker, insists that Eve and Gabrielle take him to Xena so he can pledge himself to her mission. Eve is hanging an Elijian banner in the temple when a rowdy mob led by Virgil enters carrying Xena on their shoulders. She announces they've come to give Lucifer a huge farewell bash. When Eve objects, Gabrielle, whose own heart is beginning to blacken, knocks her unconscious. A riotous celebration gets underway. Xena and Lucifer are hoisted above the drunken revelers, who cheer as Xena pours glittering gold oil over them. As Xena dances seductively, failing to resist her temptation, Lucifer committed yet another Deadly Sin, lust.
Back at Cyrene's tavern, a jealous Gabrielle reprimands Xena for not throwing Lucifer into the portal. As Lucifer enters the room, Xena explains that by keeping Hell's throne empty, she and Lucifer will ensure that the portal will burst, merging the kingdoms of Hell and Earth which they will rule together. Convinced Xena needs her help, Eve reaches out and touches her mother's blackened heart.
Xena then admits leading him into committing all of the Seven Deadly Sins except one. Lucifer is consumed by wrath and his heart blackens completely. Committing the last sin, wrath. Being an Angel, the guilt condemns Lucifer to morph into a hideous demon. Xena hurls her chakram, knocking over oil from an urn and several candles to ignite a wall of fire. As the portal of Hell rushes towards them, Xena kicks the burning Lucifer into the bottomless pit.
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