Guinevere Jones: episode guide


Hard Rain

Episode 01
Canada (YTV): May 04, 2002
Australia (Ten): May 10, 2002
Written by Elizabeth Stewart
Directed by Arnie Custo

In her first week at Griffin Secondary, Gwen realises there’s something fishy about Ms. Blatt, the Socials teacher. Tasha suspects that Ms. Blatt is a witch, working a spell to steal youth and beauty from her students. Intuiting that Gwen has a sensitivity to magic, Tasha tries to enlist her to defeat the ever more youthful teacher—but meets with resistance and denial from Gwen. Meanwhile, Gwen meets Josh—and has her first encounter with Merlin.

Guest Starring: Ted Hamilton as Merlin, Briony Behets as Louise Rosen

With: Dennis Coard as Harve Rosen, Trudy Hellier as Karen Jones, Madeline Page as Katie Dawson, Pepe Trevor as Ms Blatt, Nigel Rodriguez as Principal Parker, Bridget Neval as Reine, Katie Campbell as Wind, Vanessa Elliott as Fire, Amanda Sandwith as Caseworker, Sandra Rudins as Admitting Nurse, Chris Hemsworth as King Arthur

Psyched

Episode 02
Canada: May 11, 2002
Australia: May 17, 2002
Written by Elizabeth Stewart
Directed by Arnie Custo

While a demon terrorizes Karen Jones’ hospital ward by making the patients’ nightmares come to life, Karen makes a sudden and remarkable recovery from psychosis. But Gwen’s delight at regaining her mother is dashed when Karen refuses to leave the hospital—for reasons Karen will only confess when she learns to her dismay that Gwen has met Merlin, and has started on the path to discovering her magical powers. Magic is just one of things Gwen’s mother has hidden from her: Gwen learns too late that Karen has enlisted Tasha to help her reclaim the demon of the psych ward, and return her to madness.

Guest Starring: Ted Hamilton as Merlin, Briony Behets as Louise Rosen

With: Dennis Coard as Harve Rosen, Trudy Hellier as Karen Jones, Madeline Page as Katie Dawson, Ron Kamoen as Hank, Andrew Percy as Bernie, Carmen Mascia as Annie

That Old Black Magic

Episode 03
Canada: May 18, 2002
Australia: May 24, 2002
Written by Elizabeth Stewart
Directed by Arnie Custo

Gwen has her first encounter with Morgana when Merlin’s nemesis kidnaps Tasha in an effort to force Gwen to help her secure the ultimate prize: Merlin’s Stone, an ancient crystal that holds the key to immortality. The rift between Gwen and Josh begins to mend as the two unite to save Tasha—and defeat Morgana. Merlin endows Gwen with a special gift: a talisman that belonged to Guinevere, and which will help Gwen to focus her power.

Guest Starring: Ted Hamilton as Merlin, Briony Behets as Louise Rosen

With: Mercia Deane-Johns as Morgana La Fay, Trudy Hellier as Karen Jones, Madeline Page as Katie Dawson, Bridget Neval as Reine, Katie Campbell as Wind, Vanessa Elliott as Fire

Ordinary Evil

Episode 04
Canada: May 25, 2002
Australia: May 31, 2002
Written by Elizabeth Stewart
Directed by Peter Sharp

Gwen learns more about the nature of evil when she thinks her temper is responsible for unleashing black magic that has caused Katie’s caseworker to remove her from Harve and Louise’s care. While Harve and Louise go through channels to get Katie back, Gwen and Tasha try to “undo” the spell, only making things worse for Katie—and putting Gwen at risk for being removed, too.

Guest Starring: Ted Hamilton as Merlin, Briony Behets as Louise Rosen

With: Madeline Page as Katie Dawson, Gergina Naidu as Ms Haynes, Dennis Coard as Harve Rosen, Lucy Honigman as Tricia, Anthony Stagliano as Bryan, Magda Hughes as Angela, Natasha Dean Johns as Megan.

Weird Sisters

Episode 05
Canada: June 01, 2002
Australia: June 07, 2002
Written by Elizabeth Stewart
Directed by Peter Sharp

As the high school prepares a production of MacBeth, Gwen runs afoul of Wind, Reine and Fire when queen bee Reine realizes Gwen is her chief competition for Josh’s affections. Meanwhile, Katie follows Gwen to the forest glade and discovers the secret of Gwen’s magic—only to become the object of derision when she tries to impress the disbelieving kids at school with the knowledge. Patrick O’Leary takes up a teaching position at Griffin High.

Guest Starring: Ted Hamilton as Merlin, Briony Behets as Louise Rosen

With: Don Halbert as Mr O'Leary, Aljin Abella as Spencer, Dennis Coard as Harve Rosen, Madeline Page as Katie Dawson, Pepe Trevor as Ms Blatt, Bridget Neval as Reine, Katie Campbell as Wind, Vanessa Elliott as Fire, David Le Page as Mr Salitsky, Lucy Honigman as Tricia

Dybbukkim

Episode 06
Canada: June 08, 2002
Australia: June 14, 2002
Written by Elizabeth Stewart
Directed by Peter Sharp

While painting graffiti, Spencer Huang inadvertently becomes possessed by a Dybbuk, a Jewish demon that forces the possessee to commit mischief and evil deeds. But this Dybbuk has a purpose: to find a suitable host for his girlfriend, an even meaner Dybbuk. When he finds the perfect candidate in Reine, Gwen’s new worst enemy learns all about Gwen’s secret.

Guest Starring: Ted Hamilton as Merlin, Briony Behets as Louise Rosen

With: Don Halbert as Mr O'Leary, Aljin Abella as Spencer, Dennis Coard as Harve Rosen, Madeline Page as Katie Dawson, Bridget Neval as Reine, Katie Campbell as Wind, Vanessa Elliott as Fire, Adrian Foley as Gord, Leigh Bowman as Brad

First Date

Episode 07
Canada: June 15, 2002
Australia: June 21, 2002
Written by Elizabeth Stewart
Directed by Arnie Custo

As Gwen and Josh look forward to their first date, Patrick O’Leary does his best to break them up—on orders from Morgana, for whom, we learn, O’Leary is working. Ultimately, though, O’Leary’s meddling only brings Gwen and Josh closer together, leading O’Leary to stand up to Morgana: from now on they’ll do things his way as he gradually wins Gwen’s trust, in their ongoing pursuit of Merlin’s Stone.

Guest Starring: Ted Hamilton as Merlin, Briony Behets as Louise Rosen

With: Don Halbert as Mr O'Leary, Mercia Deane-Johns as Morgana La Fay, Pepe Trevor as Ms Blatt, Aljin Abella as Spencer, Bridget Neval as Reine, Katie Campbell as Wind, Vanessa Elliott as Fire, Brent De Court as Greg, Dale Crawford as Rory, Stephen Whittacker as Coach Collins, Leigh Bowman as Brad, Adrian Foley as Gord, Stephen Sonsie as Referee

Warwe and Mineer

Episode 08
Canada: June 22, 2002
Australia: June 28, 2002
Written by Piers Hobson
Directed by Arnie Custo

A geology experiment goes awry for Spencer when he is magically sucked into an ancient rock painting. Problem is, the rock was also home to Warwe and Mineer, a star-crossed Aborigine couple, one half of whom has been projected out of the rock into present day. Gwen learns quickly that if she plans on saving Spencer, she must ensure a safe reunion of Warwe and Mineer.

With: Ted Hamilton as Merlin, Mercia Deane-Johns as Morgana La Fay, Aljin Abella as Spencer, Nigel Rodgiguez as Principal Parker, Briony Behets as Louise Rosen, Dennis Coard as Harve Rosen, Madeline Page as Katie Dawson, Denise Hudson as Mineer, David Ngoombujarra as Rock Spirit, Alan McDevitt as Warwe, Leigh Bowman as Brad, Adrian Foley as Gord, Bridget Neval as Reine, Katie Campbell as Wind, Vanessa Elliott as Fire

Love Hurts

Episode 09
Canada: June 29, 2002
Australia: July 05, 2002
Written by Elizabeth Stewart
Directed by Arnie Custo

Just when Gwen and Josh are becoming a steady item, Tasha asks Gwen for a little magical assistance getting the attention of Michael Medina, a new boy at Griffin High. Gwen encounters a strange new force: the world of Faerie. She also makes the disturbing discovery that she herself is attracted to Michael, endangering her friendship with Tasha—and forcing her to face the legacy of Guinevere’s fickle nature.

With: Don Halbert as Mr O'Leary, Ted Hamilton as Merlin, Mercia Deane-Johns as Morgana La Fay, Aljin Abella as Spencer, Nigel Rodgiguez as Principal Parker, Briony Behets as Louise Rosen, Bridget Neval as Reine, Katie Campbell as Wind, Vanessa Elliott as Fire, Trudy Hellier as Karen, Chris Hemsworth as King Arthur, Alex Tsitsoploulos as Lancelot, Anthony Roberto as Boy #1, James Barkley as Boy #2, Zane Elvis DeCourey as Small Boy, Renai Caruso as Lady in Waiting.

Note: Yani Gellman is added to the main cast listed in the opening credits

The Dryad

Episode 10
Canada: July 06, 2002
Australia: July 12, 2002
Written by Jutta Goetz
Directed by Peter Sharp

Merlin’s tree is on the chopping block when Gwen and Tasha discover that a construction company has big plans for the forest glade. This spells certain doom for Fern, a faerie being known as a Dryad, and an inhabitant of Merlin’s tree. Realizing that the head of construction also happens to be Reine’s father, Gwen, Tasha and Josh conspire to halt the construction.

Guest Starring: Ted Hamilton as Merlin, Bridget Neval as Reine

With: Don Halbert as Mr O'Leary, Mercia Deane-Johns as Morgana La Fay, Aljin Abella as Spencer, Briony Behets as Louise Rosen, Katie Campbell as Wind, Vanessa Elliott as Fire, Abigail Collins as Fern, Greg Parker as Chris Davidson, Dave Grant as Arnie, Geoff Gaskill as Inspector

Solo Act

Episode 11
Canada: July 13, 2002
Australia: July 19, 2002
Written by Jesse McKeown
Directed by Peter Sharp

Michael makes the basketball team thanks to his jock father’s generous charity to Griffin’s sport’s department. Problem is, Michael wants nothing to do with sports and wants his father to butt out of his life. Gwen’s growing attraction leads to a discovery that there is something magical about Michael: a force from another world, who will do anything to protect him.

With: Don Halbert as Mr O'Leary, Ted Hamilton as Merlin, Aljin Abella as Spencer, Ian Dixon as Gadowain, Mercia Deane-Johns as Morgana La Fay, Briony Behets as Louise Rosen, Nigel Rodriguez as Principal Parker, Tyler Coppin as Mr Medina, Bridget Neval as Reine, Katie Campbell as Wind, Vanessa Elliott as Fire, Abigail Collins as Fern, Leigh Bowman as Brad, Stephen Whittacker as Coach Collins, Rebecca Howell as Mrs Gren, James Barkley as Warren, Russell Holland as Basketballer.

Shadows

Episode 12
Canada: July 20, 2002
Australia: July 26, 2002
Written by Ysabelle Dean
Directed by Peter Sharp

Michael’s protector, a boorish faerie known as Gadowain, wreaks havoc in the arcade as Gwen, Tasha, Josh and Spencer try to hatch a plan to rid Michael of his burden. A riddle posed by Gadowain plagues Spencer, but the answer eventually comes clear: Iron is the faerie’s weakness. Gadowain warns Gwen that there are stronger forces at work and that Michael needs his protection. They strike a truce: Gwen allows Gadowain to stay with Michael, but he must lay low, keeping Michael in the dark. But Gwen is forced to face a more troubling question: who is Michael, and what is his connection to faerie?

With: Don Halbert as Mr O'Leary, Ted Hamilton as Merlin, Aljin Abella as Spencer, Ian Dixon as Gadowain, Briony Behets as Louise Rosen, Dennis Coard as Harve Rosen, Mercia Deane-Johns as Morgana La Fay, Bridget Neval as Reine, Katie Campbell as Wind, Vanessa Elliott as Fire, Madeline Page as Katie Dawson, Abigail Collins as Fern, Nikki Coghill as Faerie Queen, Leigh Bowman as Brad, Adrian Folley as Gord, James Barkley as Warren

Choices

Episode 13
Canada: July 27, 2002
Australia: August 02, 2002
Written by Annie Beach
Directed by Pino Amenta

A woman claiming to be Karen’s long-lost sister shows up unexpectedly on Gwen’s doorstep. &Amanda and Gwen quickly hit it off, but Harve and Louise harbour growing suspicions about their mysterious guest. Also a practitioner of magic, Amanda offers Gwen a free-spirited and fun-loving alternative to Merlin’s strict regimen. Faced with an opportunity to move in with Amanda, Gwen must make a difficult decision about her future. Meanwhile, Josh’s increasing suspicions about Gwen and Michael’s relationship lead him to set up a double-date: he and Gwen, along with Tasha and Michael. But his jealousy compels Gwen to reach an inevitable conclusion: she has to do the right thing and break up with Josh. Meanwhile, Tasha—who has learned the truth about Michael’s lack of feelings for her—blames Gwen, and breaks off all contact.

With: Don Halbert as Mr O'Leary, Ted Hamilton as Merlin, Aljin Abella as Spencer, Briony Behets as Louise Rosen, Mercia Deane-Johns as Morgana La Fay, Trudy Helleir as Karen Jones, Madeline Page as Katie Dawson, Ailsa Piper as Amanda, Bridget Neval as Reine, Katie Campbell as Wind, Vanessa Elliott as Fire

Lost And Found

Episode 14
Australia: August 09, 2002
Canada: Saturday, September 07, 2002

Gwen finds herself isolated as she has broken off with Josh and Tasha is no longer speaking to her. But this is a stronger, more focused Gwen who is now determined to learn magic and save her mom. Meanwhile, Michael—without Gadowain’s protection as long as he wears an iron bracelet—finds himself manipulated into a fight at school. Gadowain offers Gwen a deal: get Michael to remove the bracelet, and Gad will tell Gwen how to rid Karen of the demon.

With: Don Halbert as Mr O'Leary, Ted Hamilton as Merlin, Aljin Abella as Spencer, Briony Behets as Louise Rosen, Dennis Coard as Harve Rosen, Mercia Deane-Johns as Morgana La Fay, Trudy Helleir as Karen Jones, Ian Dixon as Gadowain, Madeline Page as Katie Dawson, Bridget Neval as Reine, Katie Campbell as Wind, Vanessa Elliott as Fire, Leigh Bowman as Brad, Adrian Foley as Gord, Anusha Galbully as Susie, James Barkley as Warren.

Time Cuts

Episode 15
Australia: August 16, 2002
Canada: September 14, 2002
Written by Rick Drew
Directed by Pino Amenta

When a faerie dog known as Black Angus crosses Tasha’s path, legend dictates that she has only a day to live. Gwen, still on non-speaking terms with Tasha, must exercise her greatest magical feat to date: turn back time to save Tasha. Time travel turns out to be more complicated than she expects, and she must find a way to thwart the forces of destiny if she plans on saving Tasha. In the end, Gwen succeeds, but—because time has replayed—Tasha doesn’t realize Gwen has saved her life, and still refuses Gwen’s friendship.

With: Don Halbert as Mr O'Leary, Ted Hamilton as Merlin, Aljin Abella as Spencer, Briony Behets as Louise Rosen, Dennis Coard as Harve Rosen, Mercia Deane-Johns as Morgana La Fay, Ian Dixon as Gadowain, Bridget Neval as Reine, Katie Campbell as Wind, Vanessa Elliott as Fire, Leigh Bowman as Brad, Abigail Collins as Fern

Detention

Episode 16
Australia: August 23, 2002
Canada: September 21, 2002
Written by Jesse McKeown
Directed by Peter Sharp

Gwen and Tasha are forced to work together when the spirit of a past Griffin teacher is unleashed in the school. A discipline freak, this Latin teacher with a penchant for black magic has unleashed a spell that turns all disagreeable students into models of conformity—and a determination to punish the student responsible for imprisoning him fifty years ago, Reine’s grandmother. Gwen and Tasha join forces to defeat Mr. Bluton, and in the process mend their friendship. But Gwen doesn’t realize that Reine has been awakened to magic.

Guest Starring: Ted Hamilton as Merlin, Bridget Neval as Reine

With: Aljin Abella as Spencer, Briony Behets as Louise Rosen, Pepe Trevor as Ms Blatt, Nigel Rodriguez as Principal Parker, Trudy Helleir as Karen Jones, Katie Campbell as Wind, Vanessa Elliott as Fire, Leigh Bowman as Brad, Adrian Foley as Gord

Wishes

Episode 17
Australia: August 30, 2002
Canada: September 28, 2002
Written by Susin Nielson
Directed by Peter Sharp

When Josh makes a half-serious wish to get Gwen back on an ancient amulet, he discovers to his initial joy that his wish has come true: Gwen is suddenly so devoted to him that she’s even willing to give up the magic that has come between them in the past. Ultimately, though, Josh can find no happiness in a love that isn’t real—but finds to his dismay that, in her determination to hold onto their relationship, Gwen has destroyed the amulet. It seems there is no way to take back the wish, and Gwen’s personality will be altered forever.

With: Don Halbert as Mr O'Leary, Ted Hamilton as Merlin, Aljin Abella as Spencer, Briony Behets as Louise Rosen, Dennis Coard as Harve Rosen, Mercia Deane-Johns as Morgana La Fay, Bridget Neval as Reine, Katie Campbell as Wind, Vanessa Elliott as Fire
Links: Beltane : Celebrating the Seasons, Boggarts

Tribes

Episode 18
Australia: September 06, 2002
Canada: October 05, 2002
Written by Thérèse Beaupré
Directed by Peter Sharp

Gwen finds her friendship with Michael tested as, under Reine’s influence, he falls more and more into the role of de facto leader of a gang of bad boys who are terrorizing the school with extortion and threats of violence. To make matters worse, Gwen discovers that her magical powers are defunct. Without magic, Gwen must rely on persuasion to help Michael stand up to Reine. Meanwhile, unbeknownst to Gwen Reine has been experimenting with magic.

With: Aljin Abella as Spencer, Ian Dixon as Gadowain, Ted Hamilton as Merlin, Nigel Rodriguez as Principal Parker, Briony Behets as Louise Rosen, Bridget Neval as Reine, Katie Campbell as Wind, Vanessa Elliott as Fire, Leigh Bowman as Brad, Adrian Foley as Gord, Thomas Blackburne as Evan Williams, Matthew Jamieson as Joey

Easy Money

Episode 19
Australia: September 13, 2002
Canada: October 12, 2002
Written by Cathy Moss
Directed by Bill Hughes

When money disappears first from the New Sage Shop and the from The Arc, circumstantial evidence points to Gwen as the culprit. Gwen must solve the mystery of what really happened to the money, while staving off the suspicions of an over-enthusiastic police detective.

With: Aljin Abella as Spencer, Dennis Coard as Harve Rosen, Nigel Rodriguez as Principal Parker, Ted Hamilton as Merlin, Briony Behets as Louise Rosen, Madeline Page as Katie Dawson, Bridget Neval as Reine, Katie Campbell as Wind, Vanessa Elliott as Fire, Chris Lee as Detective Perkins

No Place Like Home

Episode 20
Australia: ?
Canada: October 19, 2002
Written by Elizabeth Stewart et al
Directed by Arnie Custo et al

When Gwen discovers that someone has worked a magical spell to prevent her from leaving the shop, she tries to figure out who is responsible through a series of flashbacks recalling her magical enemies: Reine, Morgana, Ms. Blatt. Meanwhile, Gadowain makes a nuisance of himself at The Arc when he decides to ingratiate himself to Michael’s friends, hoping to persuade Michael to remove the iron bracelet and allow Gad to resume his job of protecting him.

With: Aljin Abella as Spencer, Briony Behets as Louise Rosen, Dennis Coard as Harve Rosen, Ted Hamilton as Merlin, Ian Dixon as Gadowain, Mercia Deane-Johns as Morgana La Fay, Pepe Trevor as Ms Blatt, Madeline Page as Katie Dawson, Bridget Neval as Reine, Katie Campbell as Wind, Vanessa Elliott as Fire, Leigh Bowman as Brad, Adrian Foley as Gord

Blood Lines

Episode 21
Australia: September 20, 2002
Canada: November 02, 2002
Written by John Meadows
Directed by Bill Hughes

When O’Leary arranges a car accident for Michael’s parents and Mrs. Medina requires a blood transfusion, Michael is tested—and learns that through the blood results that there is an unusual component in his blood. Michael is sent reeling as Gwen reveals the truth: that, like Lancelot, he is half human—and half faerie. Michael decides to go to Faerie with Gadowain.

With: Don Halbert as Mr O'Leary, Aljin Abella as Spencer, Ian Dixon as Gadowain, Ted Hamilton as Merlin, Nigel Rodriguez as Principal Parker, Dennis Coard as Harve Rosen, Briony Behets as Louise Rosen, Bridget Neval as Reine, Katie Campbell as Wind, Vanessa Elliott as Fire, Leigh Bowman as Brad, Adrian Foley as Gord, Tyler Coppin as Mr Medina

Fifi

Episode 22
Australia: September 27, 2002
Canada: November 09, 2002
Written by Deb Peraya
Directed by Bill Hughes

Spencer is caught in an Internet scam when he inadvertently sells his emotions in exchange for the secrets of the universe. Meanwhile, Gwen is alarmed to discover that nobody remembers who Michael is. Gwen must find a way to break Spencer’s contract and regain his emotions, while at the same time figure out a way to rescue Michael from Faerie. Gwen makes the startling realization that O’Leary is working for Morgana.

With: Don Halbert as Mr O'Leary, Aljin Abella as Spencer, Ian Dixon as Gadowain, Ted Hamilton as Merlin, Nigel Rodriguez as Principal Parker, Briony Behets as Louise Rosen, Katie Campbell as Wind, Vanessa Elliott as Fire, Leigh Bowman as Brad, Adrian Foley as Gord, Camelia Holder as Fifi, Anusla Galbaily as Susie, Abigail Collins as Fern.

Spellbound

Episode 23
Australia: October 11, 2002
Canada: November 16, 2002
Written by Elizabeth Stewart
Directed by Peter Sharp

Gwen has succeeded in rescuing Michael from Faerie, but Michael is still under a spell that has caused everyone but Gwen to forget who he is. As Gwen works to undo the spell, she also pursues O’Leary—whom she discovers has been hiding right under her nose. O’Leary tells Gwen that Merlin’s Stone is the key to saving her mother. Meanwhile, Merlin is attacked by Morgana.

With: Don Halbert as Mr O'Leary, Aljin Abella as Spencer, Ian Dixon as Gadowain, Ted Hamilton as Merlin, Mercia Deane-Johns as Morgana La Fay, Briony Behets as Louise Rosen, Madeline Page as Katie Dawson, Bridget Neval as Reine, Katie Campbell as Wind, Vanessa Elliott as Fire, David Le Page as Mr Salitsky

What Guinevere Knew

Episode 24
Australia: October 18, 2002
Canada: November 23, 2002
Written by Elizabeth Stewart
Directed by Peter Sharp

Intent on saving Merlin, Gwen enters Faerie and succeeds in going back to Merlin’s time. Tapping into her former life as Guinevere, she remembers the secret of how to find Merlin’s Stone. Gwen manages to rescue Merlin and, thwarting Morgana’s attempt to capture the crystal, returns to the 21st century with the crystal to save Karen—with O’Leary in hot pursuit.

With: Don Halbert as Mr O'Leary, Aljin Abella as Spencer, Ted Hamilton as Merlin, Ian Dixon as Gadowain, Trudy Hellier as Karen Jones, Mercia Deane-Johns as Morgana La Fay, Briony Behets as Louise Rosen, Dennis Coard as Harve Rosen, Bridget Neval as Reine, Katie Campbell as Wind, Madeline Page as Katie Dawson

Darkness Falls

Episode 25
Australia: October 25, 2002
Canada: November 30, 2002
Written by Jesse McKeown
Directed by Peter Sharp

Having used Merlin’s Stone to save Karen, Gwen attempts to return the crystal to Merlin’s time through Faerie, but O’Leary intervenes and gives the crystal to Morgana. But in a turn of events that surprises even O’Leary, O’Leary helps Gwen escape when Morgana attacks her. Gwen and O’Leary return to the 21st century to find that Morgana has ruled as an immortal for 1500 years. The world, including all of Gwen’s friends, suffer under Morgana’s tyranny—and Gwen herself has been declared an outlaw for practicing magic, which in this reality is preserved for Morgana alone.

With: Don Halbert as Mr O'Leary, Aljin Abella as Spencer, Briony Behets as Louise Rosen, Dennis Coard as Harve Rosen, Trudy Hellier as Karen Jones, Ted Hamilton as Merlin, Mercia Deane-Johns as Morgana La Fay, Ian Dixon as Gadowain, Bridget Neval as Reine, Katie Campbell as Wind, Vanessa Elliott as Fire, Madeline Page as Katie Dawson, Leigh Bowman as Brad, Adrian Foley as Gord, Nikki Coghill as Faerie Queen

Rebellion

Episode 26 (finale)
Australia: November 01, 2002
Canada: December 07, 2002
Written by John Meadows
Directed by Arnie Custo

As humanity wallows under Morgana’s tyranny, Gwen organizes Tasha, Josh, Spencer, Harve, Louise and Katie—all of whom are unaware that the world was ever different—into a resistance. Reluctantly accepting O’Leary’s help, Gwen infiltrates Morgana’s dungeons to retrieve Merlin’s Stone and discovers her way blocked by Reine, Morgana’s chief henchman. In a final showdown, Gwen makes the startling revelation that Reine is, in fact, Morgana, who has used the crystal to rejuvenate herself. Gwen leads her friends to victory over Morgana and returns the crystal to Merlin, thereby restoring reality. As Gwen and Karen prepare to move out of Rosen’s and find their own apartment, there’s one more surprise left for Gwen: the realisation that Patrick O’Leary is her father.

With: Don Halbert as Mr O'Leary, Aljin Abella as Spencer, Ted Hamilton as Merlin, Briony Behets as Louise Rosen, Dennis Coard as Harve Rosen, Trudy Hellier as Karen Jones, Mercia Deane-Johns as Morgana La Fay, Ian Dixon as Gadowain, Bridget Neval as Reine, Madeline Page as Katie Dawson, Katie Campbell as Wind, Vanessa Elliott as Fire, Pepe Trevor as Ms Blatt