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  1. to Ithaca - specifically back to his lovely wife Penelope, and his now adult son Telemachus,
  2. Her son Telemachus is none too pleased about the suitors throwing a never-ending frat party in his house.
  3. point, so Athena disguises herself as a dude, drops down into Ithaca, and then tells Telemachus,
  4. So Telemachus, who's a pretty smart kid, immediately figures out that this dude is actually a god,
  5. But before he leaves, Telemachus tries, and fails, to kick the suitors out of his house.
  6. And they're like, wittle baby Telemachus gonna fight us?
  7. And Telemachus is like Shut up! I'm gonna find my dad, and he's gonna beat you up.
  8. So Telemachus secretly assembles a small, loyal crew, acquires a ship, and sets off in search of news.
  9. The first place he goes is Pylos, home to King Nestor. So Telemachus is like,
  10. So Telemachus goes off to Sparta and meets with Menelaus and Helen, now happily remarried,
  11. and Telemachus is like Yeah, can you tell me where my dad is? and Menelaus is like,
  12. And Telemachus is like That's literally all I needed to hear.
  13. But back in Ithaca, the suitors have learned that Telemachus left to find news of Odysseus,
  14. She magically disguises him as an old man, then goes off to Sparta to bring Telemachus home for the reunion.
  15. Meanwhile in Sparta, Athena's like, Yo Telemachus, get your butt home.
  16. So Telemachus sets sail for home, along with several gifts from Menelaus and Helen.
  17. While Odysseus and the swineherd bond, Telemachus and Theoclymenus arrive at Ithica,
  18. So Telemachus is like Swineherd, my man, how are things up at the castle?
  19. and Telemachus is like, Oh good, nothing's changed.
  20. and Telemachus is like Yeah, you're right! It's just too bad you're not him.