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Odysseus gives up on his men and leaves as they won't leave with him for they are distracted by the lotus flowers.
Odysseus attacks the Cyclops to save him and the rest of his men from being eaten. This also blinds him which raises the chance of Odysseus and his men escaping.
Odysseus ties his men to sheep so that when the blinded Cyclops pets them, he feels his sheep and the men can successfully escape.
Odysseus breaks out of his costume and character just to hug his son in the first time after many years of being gone.
Odysseus tells his men to plug his ears because of the Siren's songs, but he doesn't cover his own ears, causing him to be distracted.
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