Oh my, Polyphemus, you have grown so handsome overnight. Please allow me to be all yours.
What's mine is now yours.
Yes! By all means, yes! It is finally coming true. I wish I could see you right now.
You fool! I knew we shouldn't have trusted you!
I plan to take over the world, and nothing will get in my way. Not even a fellow cyclops. Now die!
Not on my watch! Or hearing.
The next morning, Epithema plans to take complete control of the male cyclopes. In order to do so, she must first overcome their leader, Polyphemus, through love.
I am sorry brothers. I was naive and became a victim of sexual control. Please accept my apology.
This should've been you...
One of Polyphemus' cyclopes catch Epithema in the act, as she swipes all their weapons later that night.
We tried to warn you sir. You nearly let us down.
I am well aware and it is my mistake. It will not happen again.
Just as Epithema is about to kill one of the cyclopes, Polyphemus is able to step in, as he overheard the two from his bedroom. He picks up a bow and an arrow near him, and fires Epithema, landing the arrow directly on her heart.
Why, hello there. You're looking very good this evening.
As one is dragging Epithema out, two other cyclopes come running into the room, after hearing screeches. They aren't surprised to see her dead as Polyphemus admits to his mistake.
The cyclopes have a discussion, after getting rid of Epithema's body. Polyphemus promises he will never get fooled by a woman, mentally, again.
Later that evening, Polyphemus meets another female cyclops. He is yet to learn his lesson.
Thank you! Would you like to come over to my cave?