Odysseus: Oh no! What have you men done? We'll never get home now!
The men: We just wanted to see what was in the bag. We're so sorry!
Odysseus: Tiresias, you must help me. I am here with my crew that has survived so far. We are lost and don't know how to get home.
Tiresias: You will face many dangers on the route to home. Poseidon is very angry at you and will make it hard for you. You must listen to everything I say...
King of Phacecia: So long Odysseus! Have a safe journey! May god be with you!
Odysseus: Thank you so much for everything, King! You were so pleasant to me. May God help you achieve everything you desire. May God bless your beautiful heart!
Odysseus and his men are almost home, but his crew opens a bag of wind given to them by Aeolus, god of the winds. As the wind was released from the bag, the wind blow Odysseus and his men far, far away from Ithaca.
Penelopeia to her suitors: All of you get out now
Odysseus and his crew are sent to the house of Hades to gather information from a blind prophet named Tiresias.
Odysseus observes around him...
Odysseus is in the Phacecian's island. The King of Phaecia give Odysseus a ride home.
Penelopeia: Odysseus! You're back and you have saved me from all those horrible men. I missed you so much. I love you, Odysseus!
Odysseus just wanted to get to his home country after 20 years. Once he arrives in Ithaca, he finds that his house has been overrun with faithful Penelopeia's suitors who wished to marry her.
Suitors: We love you! Marry us?!
Odysseus waits a while before he kills the suitors. He sees who needs to die and sees how loyal Penelopeia has been.
Penelopeia to her suitors: Leave me alone! I do not wish to marry any of you! You all have shown me nothing but how you can go and eat off another man's house.
Suitors: How long are you going to make us wait?! Odysseus isn't coming back! He's dead! Choose one of us and marry already!
Oddysseus diguised as a beggar along with his son and two other loyal men, they kill the suitors and all the mean maids. He then is with Penelopeia
Odysseus: I have now killed all the suitors. Oh, Penelopeia I am so happy to know you have been faithful to me. I love you dearly. Oh, and look at our son, he's so big now. I love you both very much.