Alex is ready to throw in the towel on their search for Dad, but not Cleo. She decides that visiting the ancient Oracle at Delphi could help, but instead of a mere visit to the oracle, she becomes the oracle, and her change in behavior (talking to Alex whom others can't see) disturbs the job security of her sanctimonious priests. Foreseeing that the priests will take her to her death means only one thing to the priests - time to get a new oracle.
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Includes a reference to a classic story from The Oddysey about Oddyseus, his wife Penelope and their son Telemachus. See more
Alex's bedroom is almost entirely different from its previous appearance with the doppelganger: Walls are drab-green/slate-blue rather than tan or cream, the doors are painted a feminine rose color rather than remain stained oak, the floor is bare wood with a tan mat at the desk rather than a tan wall-to-wall carpet, the window left of the bed is gone with a window appearing right of the bed built into a perpendicular wall, the headboard of the bed is a simple 2x8 rather than a full headboard, the closet extends out from the wall rather than built as an insert, and the headboard of the bed no longer comes up against any extension from an outer wall that was, apparently, a construction around a first-floor fireplace chimney). In all, it is a drab box of a room rather than the open sunny room it used to be. See more
This is what we've waited for. The oracle declares the time.
What are you talking about?
You've seen your own death. When the oracle has a vision of the end of her time, it's the job of the priests to fulfill her word. It's time for you to go to Apollo.