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Sign In. Showing all 9 items. Selected by fans to be featured on the "Xena: Warrior Princess: 10th Anniversary Collection", and subsequently considered one of the greatest episodes in "Xena: Warrior Princess" history. Lucy Lawless and Robert Tapert announced their engagement just before putting the episode "A Day in the Life" together. As an inside joke, when Hower asks Gabrielle "Has Xena ever thought of settling down and getting married? The idea for Xena: Warrior Princess: A Day in the Life came about because Rob Tapert want to make an episode with little action as possible to give Lucy Lawless Xena a chance to recover from her injury and make it like a documentary and the story followed Xena and Gabrielle on a seemingly mundane typical day. Almost all scenes are shot with a hand held camera, often held by the director himself, the fellow actor Michael Hurst, who played Iolaus in both "Hercules" and "Xena". This gives the show a taste of a documentary and enhance the sense of intimacy between the heroines, being both Lawless and O'Connor very good friend of Hurst and perfectly at ease with him directing and shooting. Although Xena and Gabrielle are naked in the bathtub scene.
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