Telemachus! Meet this man. He tells stories of your father.
We must ambush Telemachus!
Telemachus is Back, Antinous.
On Telemachus's way home, he walks by the Swineherders hut and sees a stranger. The Swineherder tells Telemachus the stranger should stay with him. But since Telemachus had heard rumors the suitors were planning to kill him, he decided to stay at the hut with the stranger and let Eumaeus the swineherder tell Penelope (Telemachus's mom) that Telemachus was home.
Oh, Goodness Gracious!
Penelope! The other suitors are planning to kill Telemachus...
Suddenly, Athena appears outside the hut. Odysseus goes outside and Athena takes away his disguise as the old man. Odysseus walks back in. Telemachus is confused. Then, he realizes who it is. His father! Odysseus fills him in on everything he has missed. Telemachus and Odysseus hatch a plan to overthrow the suitors and get revenge.
Meanwhile, a messenger tells the suitors that Telemachus is back before Eumaeus can tell Penelope. The suitors decide on a plan to put Telemachus to death before he can call an assembly.
Little does she know...
It's ok Penelope...
But Amphinomus, one of the kinder-hearted suitors tells Penelope about the suitor's plan.
Penelope confronts Antinous, upset, about what she heard in public and condemns him for it.
Eurymachus tries to comfort Penelope when in reality he is just putting up an act by pretending to be concerned for Telemachus's safety.