is in the shop sorting through some stock when there is a knock at
the door. He goes to open it, but there is nobody about. All that
is there is a large crate. He brings it into the shop and opens it
to reveal a large Grecian Urn. He hears the voice of T-Bag calling
him and the shop fills with steam from the kettle. three images fly
out from the urn, one of a Greek God, one of the Rings of Olympus
and one of T-Bag. The shop becomes obscured by mist and when it clears,
T-Shirt is standing in a temple atop Mount Olympus. T-Bag comes out
from behind a pillar and taps him on the shoulder. T-Shirt tells her
to back off because he is not interested in her hair brained schemes,
but she puts him under her power.
then welcomes him to the new T-Room, which she then creates in the
Temple. T-Shirt sees a large bust of the god Zeus, and T-Bag goes
to get rid of it, but a Goddess comes in to stop her. She introduces
herself as Athena the goddess of Wisdom. T-Bag tries to get rid of
her by firing a ball of energy at her, but it hits Athena's necklace
made up of 10 gold rings and is reflected back at T-Bag. Athena then
banishes T-Bag from the Temple, and she, T-Shirt and all her stuff
land in a heap at the bottom of the mountain.
decides to take everything back up the mountain, but T-Shirt persuades
her to create the T-Room in a nearby cave.
they are travelling through the cave, they come across a signpost
with "To the Minotaur" written on it. They hear a roar from
somewhere in the labyrinth, so they head in a different direction.
They reach a dead end, but T-Shirt finds a secret door which leads
into a ruined underground temple. They decide to make it the new T-Room.
on, T-Bag sees Athena summoning a servant girl, Pollyzena. She tells
her that she has heard good things about her loyalty and makes her
her personal handmaiden. Polly is overjoyed.
starts going through the duties that will be encumbent upon her. She
tells her that she must look after the Rings of Olympus (the necklace).
Athena tells her that the rings have been fashioned from the Golden
Fleece won by Jason on his epic voyage by Zeus. She explains that
she is responsible for them.
decides that she wants the rings for herself. T-Shirt comes in with
a dictionary and explains the meaning of the word "Minotaur".
There is another roar from the labyrinth and T-Shirt decides to shut
the secret door. T-Bag tells T-Shirt that they are off to steal the
Rings of Olympus. They go to the Olympian Temple.
diguises herself as a goddess and T-Shirt is diguised as some weirdo
with a harp and a curly grey wig. T-Bag tells Athena that she is the
goddess of music and that she hasn't seen Athena for years. She makes
T-Shirt play the harp and sings a song in a piercing, screeching voice:
the stars are in the sky,
the cyclops shuts his eye,
the daylight turns from blue to inky black;
the little nymphs and fauns
a million little yawns
they know it must be time to hit the sack.
the sandman's calling yoooooouuuuuuu,
you know what yooooooouuuuu must do:
your eyes, you woozy, snoozy little God.
falls asleep and T-Shirt goes to make a grab for the rings. T-Bag
shoves him out of the way, whinging that it was her idea, and T-Shirt
lands in a heap and his harp twangs loudly. This wakes Athena up and
she banishes them from the mountain again.
is back at the T-Room throwing a tantrum about not having the rings.
T-Shirt gets annoyed and decides to go and get them himself. He appears
atop the mountain and hears Polly coming so he hides behind the bust
of Zeus. Polly kneels in front of the bust and tells it that she is
really happy that she has been promoted to such a responsible position.
T-Shirt seizes his chance and conjurs up a megaphone. He uses it to
pretend that his is the voice of Zeus and tells Polly that Athena
has stolen the Rings of Olympus from him. He tells Polly to go and
get them and bring them back to him.
appears once Polly has gone off to get the rings. She tells him that
his idea is rubbish and that it will never work. They then hear Athena
calling Polly, so they pose as statues in the background. Athena comes
in and finds Polly, who asks if she can polish the rings for her.
Athena is impressed by her enthusiasm and hands over the rings before
she retires. Polly goes back to the bust of Zeus and lays the rings
in front of it. She calls out to him, and T-Shirt dashes back behind
it with the hailer. He calls out that she has done well and tells
her to leave the rings and retire. She gets up to leave and T-Shirt
comes out from behind the bust to pick up the rings. Polly then turns
back to ask another question and sees T-Shirt. She rushes to grab
the rings. She grabs one end of the necklace and T-Shirt grabs the
other. Polly cries out to Athena, who is quickly on the scene. The
necklace breaks and the rings scatter to the floor. T-Bag yells at
T-Shirt to pick them up, but Athena scatters them to the mists of
time and space.
is furious and points out to Athena that neither of them have the
rings, so she is able to banish Athena, which she does. They then
go back to the T-Room to start looking for the rings.
is left alone. She hears the voice of Athena asking her to help and
collect up the rings again. She changes Polly's clothes to something
more contemporary and then tells her how to use the last remaining
ring (that Polly was holding since the necklace broke) to lead her
to the others. She vanishes off on her way.